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Fantasy Booking: Final 4 for the Royal Rumble

The Royal Rumble event is perhaps one of the biggest fan favorites that WWE delivers. The Royal Rumble match itself can house a plethora of returns and surprises if constructed well. Within the past two years the women have finally been able to participate in this event making it that much more fun.

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We have already reported a “Top 5 Favourites” to win the rumble. That list was a very common scenario for what we may see. The final four itself being a returning Ronda Rousey, Shayna Baszler, Sasha Banks, and Charlotte Flair. Personally, out of those four, only one winning would be exciting – Sasha.

This Final Four result would be successful if Banks won and it did set up the long-awaited Four Horsewoman feud. Other than that it is rather predictable and although the match itself has potential it wouldn’t be surprising. WWE has a habit of having all the tools to do the unthinkable and they generally keep with the safe bet.

Due to this, let’s go over a Final Four that could really get the crowd and fans invested. With NXT most likely involved in the match, let’s highlight more than Baszler to make it to the end. Please note this is pure fantasy booking. We know very well that the chance of this happening is slim.

Feel free to share who you would love to see in a Final Four in the comment section below.


Sasha Banks

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She will be the only one in the predictable Final Four you will see on this list. Furthermore, this most likely would still see her as the winner. She is the only one out of the Four Horsewomen who hasn’t had a strong year since moving to the main roster in 2015.

2020 needs to be the year of The Boss. She needs to win the rumble and go on to have her one-on-one WrestleMania match. If Bayley holds the SmackDown Women’s Championship then this is the perfect way of breaking them up that seems plausible.

Banks did well in her first appearance in the Rumble. She lasted to the final four after entering at the number one spot. She went for 54:46 prior to The Bella Twins costing her the win. As far as 2019, Banks took on Ronda Rousey for the RAW Women’s Championship so she was not in the Rumble match.

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