Arn Anderson thinks different superstar should have won Royal Rumble instead...



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Arn Anderson thinks different superstar should have won Royal Rumble instead...

Only a few days to go until Royal Rumble 2021, WWE's first major Pay-Per-View and great event awaited by all wrestling fans. In addition to the Raw title challenges respectively between Drew McIntyre and Bill Goldberg and SmackDown with Tribal Chief Roman Reigns battling Kevin Owens, there is a lot of curiosity to see what will happen in the real fight 'where 30 of the federation's best wrestlers will be present.

In the last episode of Raw, we witnessed the return of the Rated-R Superstar Edge who announced that he will participate in the Royal Rumble, but there are many, many surprises and the former WWE Arn Anderson made a curious and sensational prediction.

During the last episode of his ARN podcast, Arn Anderson made a bet on who he thinks will be the winner at the Royal Rumble.

The 2016 WWE Royal Rumble finish

His name is sensational, especially considering that he is not even under contract with the federation of Vince McMahon.

Here are the words of him: "The Royal Rumble is an exciting show because there are so many things that can happen in the space of an hour and it goes into the fight. So, okay I say mine, even if sensational. How can you not think that Brock Lesnar could be the number one favorite for the Royal Rumble win? We might as well ignore this, but how do you do it? Initially, it was not my first choice because I was thinking about his contractual situation and the fact that at the moment he is a Free Agent, but often at Royal Rumble there is a dark man who comes out of nowhere" - Arn Anderson said.

We haven't seen Brock Lesnar in WWE since Wrestlemania 36 when he was defeated and lost the WWE Champion title to current champion Drew McIntyre. The Beast Incarnate participated in the last edition of the Royal Rumble and, needless to say, was one of the protagonists.

He didn't win the Royal Rumble but he eliminated 13 Superstars. As the tweet above shows, WWE recently released a WWE Untold episode about Styles' debut in the 2016 WWE Royal Rumble. Anderson added that his idea would have given WWE fans something fresh and brand new on RAW after the pay-per-view.

Dean Ambrose, Roman Reigns, and Triple H were the last three Superstars involved in the 2016 WWE Royal Rumble. The entire match revolved around Reigns and whether or not he was going to lose his title. In the end, Triple H eliminated both Reigns and Ambrose to win the WWE Royal Rumble and his 14th WWE World Championship.