WWE Royal Rumble: Making a Case for Why Each Wrestler Could Win the 40-Man Match

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WWE Royal Rumble: Making a Case for Why Each Wrestler Could Win the 40-Man Match

The Royal Rumble is less than one week away from now, and most of the entrants to the 40-man over-the-rope battle have been announced.

With 40 participants to the January classic battle royal it will be the biggest Royal Rumble ever. And with 40 wrestlers taking part to the event, there are 40 potential winners with obvious favorites and underdogs. 

As you probably already know and as you will see, only a few are true potential winners, but everyone in the match have at least a very slim chance to emerge victorious from the most prestigious battle royal.

The win might be awarded to an already established wrestler or to one in the middle of a huge push. But who knows if WWE doesn't want to shock the WWE Universe with a major upset and push someone out of nowhere?

I have tried to find at least one good reason why each wrestler could win it all. For some cases, it was easy, but for some others, it was a real challenge. 

So, with no more introduction, let's see what I found for everyone listed in the match so far...

* The following slideshow contains minor spoilers with few names added on SmackDown! I only mentioned the names of the new participants to the match and no results from SmackDown!

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