With WWE's annual Night of Champions less than a week away, we have yet to find out who will be partnering the duo of Roman Reigns and Dean Ambrose as they take on the eerie Wyatt Family in a six-man tag team match.
The debut of Braun Strowman has meant that the former Shield teammates are one man short therefore a recruitment is needed to match the odds.
Monday Night Raw saw a heated promo between the two parties on Miz TV with all the action being saved for this Sunday.
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This would make sense considering he's Reigns' cousin and has already been involved in the storyline following Strowman's attack last week on Smackdown. The former Tag Team Champion could make a return to even the odds and seek retribution come Sunday.
His twin brother is currently injured and written off WWE television, so the company must accelerate Uso as a lone star for the mean time. A test of this would be a match without his brother on a PPV.
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Fan favourite Randy Orton like Uso has already been written into the storyline last week on Monday Night Raw as he was viciously attacked by the vindictive Strowman. He was missing from action this week, however, a return for the Viper seems imminent as he's too valuable to be missing out on a PPV.
Following back to back matches with Sheamus, it will be good for the Legend Killer to get involved in a fulfilling storyline and add a depth of meaning to this bout.
A bit of a long shot but yet a distinct possibility considering his Samoan ties. The former TNA star is currently in NXT and should be called up to the main roster sooner than later. He's a high flyer, tough and able to match the physicality Strowman would bring to the clash.
He'd be an ideal candidate to partner up with Reigns and Ambrose, potentially building up to an even bigger match at the Hell In A Cell PPV next month.
This is more of a hopeful choice than a meaningful one considering how busy the Brahma Bull's schedule currently is. If the rumours are true and he will be wrestling next year at Wrestlemania 32, then what better way to get in-ring form than be in the ring himself.
It'll add to the stock of both Reigns and Ambrose to team up with a calibre of a superstar like The Rock. It will also do the WWE good as they push for more WWE Network buys at this usually lacklustre time of year leading up to the Royal Rumble.