WWE Royal Rumble 2015 predictions are already coming in down the pipeline, with the WWE rumor mill spinning into overdrive. Right now the biggest focus is on how Sting, Triple H, Seth Rollins, and Daniel Bryan may be used in the first big WWE PPV of 2015.
In a related report by the Inquisitr, originally everyone assumed Roman Reigns was destined to win WWE Royal Rumble 2015 in order to set up a match with Brock Lesnar at WrestleMania 31. Now, there is talk about a Daniel Bryan vs. Brock Lesnar match up instead, and Reigns may even lose the big push for Royal Rumble. Assuming that happens, some in the industry feel it’s possible that Bryan may win WWE Royal Rumble 2015 since his health returned just in the nick of time.
If anyone else could be Roman Reigns’ kryptonite, it’s mostly likely going to be Seth Rollins. The WWE superstar may be a bad boy but fans love him, and he is also still holding onto that Money In The Bank case. Since Brock Lesnar has very few WWE World Heavyweight Championship title defense matches, it’s possible we’ll see Rollins attempt to steal the title out from under John Cena. Things may also get very interesting, since some WWE rumors suggest a Paul Heyman and Brock Lesnar split is coming down the road.
According to WWE insider MetsFan4Ever, Triple H called a locker room meeting where he announced that the WWE Royal Rumble 2015 winner was still up in the air. This means practically anyone on the WWE roster could potentially win the WWE PPV. Cody Rhodes claimed that MetsFan4Ever was wrong, saying that talent meetings are impossible to hold, but MetsFan4Ever insists this is what is occurring.
With the Authority back in power, the biggest question mark is what Sting will do at WWE Royal Rumble 2015. After all, Sting was the one who caused Triple H to temporarily lose power in the first place. One rumor suggests that Sting will be a surprise entry in WWE Royal Rumble 2015, although not as a main entrant. Sting is now known as the Vigilante, so when the Authority moves to break the rule, then Sting will show up to right the wrong.
The idea that we might see a Sting vs. Triple H match at WrestleMania still seems to be on the agenda. When Triple H was asked about the possibility, he even called the proposed match “epic,” although in the recent weekly video with Michael Cole, he sang a different tune. Triple H called the WWE a sinking ship without the Authority in power, and said that Sting had his 15 seconds of glory in life. Of course, when Triple H does these interviews, he’s in full kayfabe mode, so that does not mean Sting and Triple H won’t trade blows at WWE Royal Rumble 2015.