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Royal Rumble 2020 Odds

Who wins the Royal Rumble (2020)?

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Roman Reigns5.505.50
Kevin Owens9.009.00
Bray Wyatt11.0011.00
Finn Bálor11.0011.00
Drew Mcintyre13.0013.00
Ricochet15.0015.00
A.J. Styles17.0017.00
Aleister Black17.0017.00
Andrade17.0017.00
Big E17.0017.00
Braun Strowman17.0017.00
Velveteen Dream17.0017.00
Daniel Bryan19.0019.00
John Cena19.0019.00
Brock Lesnar21.0021.00
Kofi Kingston21.0021.00
Matt Riddle21.0021.00
Randy Orton21.0021.00
Seth Rollins21.0021.00
Tommaso Ciampa21.0021.00
Bobby Lashley26.0026.00
Johnny Gargano26.0026.00
Samoa Joe26.0026.00
The Rock26.0026.00
Lars Sullivan34.0034.00
Pete Dunne34.0034.00
Rey Mysterio34.0034.00
Rusev34.0034.00
The Miz34.0034.00
The Undertaker34.0034.00
Ali51.0051.00
Elias51.0051.00
Sami Zayn51.0051.00
Triple H51.0051.00
Walter51.0051.00
Baron Corbin67.0067.00
Mansoor101.00101.00

While the Royal Rumble may seem far away, the WWE plans its major storylines far in advance (even if it doesn’t always seem that way) so you can be certain the company is already mulling over its picks for the winner of 2020’s big battle royal. As always, the big question is whether the WWE will go with a veteran winning the event and earning a world championship match at “The Showcase of the Immortals,” or whether an up and coming star will get the rub from the big win. Let’s review some of the top candidates before revealing our choice.

Finn Balor: “The Demon” earned a shot at the Universal Championship against Brock Lesnar at the 2019 Royal Rumble, coming up short but proving he’s a serious contender for any world title. While Balor is an underdog, Kofi Kingston and Daniel Bryan’s underdog victories at WrestleMania give hope that Balor could earn a similar spot by winning the Royal Rumble.

Aleister Black: This NXT standout (and one-time NXT Champion) is now on the main roster but it remains to be seen whether Black will rise to his fans’ expectations or suffer the fate of numerous NXT Superstars before him who blossomed in NXT only to wither on the main roster. It may be too early in Black’s career for a world title run, but with the WWE facing competition from All Elite Wrestling, the company may step out of their comfort zone to deal with their rival.

Brock Lesnar: Despite his infrequent appearances, you never know when the “Beast Incarnate” will surface, as seen at the 2019 Money in the Bank Ladder Match where he made a surprise appearance, winning the event. Lesnar has nearly a year to cash in his Money in the Bank briefcase so it’s possible he’ll still have it come the Royal Rumble. That doesn’t mean he won’t win the battle royal however as the WWE never seems to tire of giving him big wins.

Drew McIntyre: While there’s always talk of “The Scottish Psychopath” getting a push and winning a world championship, he’s yet to make the jump from the upper-card to the main event. 2020 could be McIntyre’s breakthrough year and what better place to do so than at the Rumble? McIntyre has the size and fierce look to get himself over as a top heel.

Seth Rollins: “The Kingslayer” became “The Beastslayer” after winning the 2019 Rumble and electing to challenge Brock Lesnar for the Universal Championship. While back-to-back Rumble wins are not unheard of, it’s more likely Rollins will work non-title programs or compete at the tag team level before another go at a world championship.

Braun Strowman: Braun Strowman is a force to be reckoned with in any battle royal as seen by his victory at The Greatest Royal Rumble and this year’s Andre the Giant Memorial Battle Royal. Nonetheless, while Strowman has performed strongly in past Royal Rumbles, he has yet to win the January version. Strowman’s career hasn’t involved him in many championship pursuits of late but a Rumble win could shift things in his favor.

A.J. Styles: With two WWE Championships in the record book, A.J. has done a lot since his 2016 WWE debut and with Styles claiming he plans on spending the rest of his career in the WWE, another world title run shouldn’t be ruled out. Styles has not won the Royal Rumble and a 2020 win would make for a marquee match at WrestleMania XXXVI. Even at 41, “The Phenomenal One” still seems to have lots of gas left in the tank.

Lars Sullivan: Lars Sullivan has been getting a huge push since his debut, squashing opponents in a manner reminiscent of both Brock Lesnar and Braun Strowman. Despite online racist comments surfacing from Sullivan’s past, the WWE seems to be big on pushing Sullivan as a monster heel. If Sullivan’s push continues, he should perform well in the Rumble and may even get the win.

Bray Wyatt: Thanks to his “Firefly Fun House” Bray Wyatt has a new lease on life after spending a year-and-a-half in mediocrity. Wyatt is always over with the fans but the WWE has yet to give him a sustained push. If his new gimmick gives him the right impetus, a Royal Rumble win while unlikely, isn’t out of the question.

The 2020 Royal Rumble Winner: Barring an injury or further revelations concerning his past racist remarks online, it looks like the WWE is grooming Lars Sullivan for a strong push as a monster heel, leading to a win at the 2020 Royal Rumble. Vince McMahon has traditionally gone with big men and Sullivan fits the mold.

WINNER: LARS SULLIVAN


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