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This may appear a bit farfetched at first glance but stick with me here.
A three corners elimination tag between Seth Rollins and Roman Reigns, Team Hell No and Sheamus and Randy Orton irons out quite a number of key storyline wrinkles. And I don't mean to brag, but my brainchild here is a win-win-win.
For one, this is finally where Kane and Daniel Bryan reach their boiling point. With their tag title loss and recent "I am not the weak link" insinuation by Bryan, Team Hell No is on the outs.
Being the first of the three teams eliminated could be the final straw and cause either Kane or Bryan to turn on the other. This would subsequently lead to a much anticipated feud between the two that would roll into an interesting match at SummerSlam.
Second, the match could also set up a rift between Orton and Sheamus and finally catapult the "Apex Predator" into his heel persona. Orton could strike with an RKO and/or punt to the head of Sheamus and leave him open for a cover. (A SummerSlam feud would be in the cards here too.)
And last, a win by two-thirds of The Shield just keeps that juggernaut rolling. Featuring talents such as Orton, Sheamus, Bryan and Kane alongside Rollins and Reigns increases the credibility of the duo as well as the tag team division.
On a side note, many Internet fans are pushing for a "Winners Take All" six-man tag that would pit The Shield against Team Hell No and Kofi Kingston. Given The Shield's previous victories over much stiffer competition in Cena, Orton, Ryback, Sheamus and Big Show, that potential booking wouldn't provide much suspense.