The Final Four is the stage at every Royal Rumble where the match gets the most exciting, as we're just a few more eliminations away from finding out who the winner of the event will be.
The Royal Rumble's Final Four in both the men's and women's matches can sometimes be an indication of what's to come in WWE over the next year as well.
Last year in the men's Rumble, Seth Rollins, Braun Strowman, Andrade and Dolph Ziggler were in the Final Four. Rollins won the event by last eliminating Strowman, but all four went on to have a decent 2019 in WWE.
Rollins defeated Lesnar at WrestleMania to become Universal Champion as well as the Raw Tag Team Championship with Strowman, while Andrade captured the United States title by the end of the year.
Ziggler won the Raw Tag Team titles and was involved in a feud with WWE Champion Kofi Kingston, and Strowman won the Andre the Giant Memorial Battle Royal at WrestleMania, the Raw Tag Team Championship, and also feuded with Rollins for the Universal title.
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Anyone that ends up in the Final Four of the Royal Rumble could have a big year in WWE in 2020, so here are four superstars that should be in the Final Four of the men's 2020 Royal Rumble.
As we approach the Royal Rumble, it wouldn't be surprising to see Kevin Owens as one of Raw's representatives in the Final Four of the match.
Currently in the middle of a feud with Seth Rollins and the AOP, KO is quickly becoming the top babyface on WWE's red brand, and using Stone Cold Steve Austin's Stunner is working well for him.
It's easy to see Owens potentially winning the Rumble and going on to face Brock Lesnar for the WWE title at WrestleMania since he is one of Raw's top babyface, so he should be in the Final Four of the Rumble.
Another superstar from Raw that could find themselves in the Final Four of the Royal Rumble is Drew McIntyre. WWE has given fans a strong indication recently that is could be the case.
The Scottish Psychopath has received a push on Raw as of late, most recently beating AJ Styles and Randy Orton in a triple threat match. He's looking strong entering the Royal Rumble match.
McIntyre has the size, charisma, in-ring skills and mic work to be a success on the main event stage in WWE, so fans should expect him to be in the Final Four of the Rumble in order to build up for a huge 2020 ahead.
Any NXT superstar should be in the Final Four of each Royal Rumble this year in order to continue building the recognition of the brand as an equal to Raw and SmackDown, but the superstar that deserves the spot the most in the men's Rumble is Keith Lee.
Lee is set to face Roderick Strong for the NXT North American Championship on NXT this week ahead of the Rumble. The feud he's currently involved in with Strong and The Undisputed Era could, therefore, carry on into the weekend.
If it does, it could provide a great reason to book Lee in the Final Four of the Rumble. The Undisputed Era could make a surprise appearance in the Rumble, with Strong eliminating Lee from the match, elevating their feud as well as NXT overall to a wider audience.
The last superstar that should be in the Final Four of the men's Royal Rumble this year is SmackDown's Roman Reigns.
The Big Dog has been in the Final Four of the Rumble in five of the past six years, and he has delivered on every occasion. This time around, he could be in the Final Four in order to kick off a feud with Universal Champion Bray Wyatt.
Reigns is one of the favourites to win the Rumble and go on to face Wyatt at WrestleMania for the Universal title. However, WWE could also book him in that match by having The Fiend make a surprise appearance in the Rumble and eliminate Reigns from the contest before disappearing again.News Now - Sport News