Social outcasts entering the Andre the Giant Memorial Battle Royal

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WrestleMania is less than three weeks away and we already know a lot of the match card ahead of the event.

There is still a lot left to be announced though and for many superstars, that will mean declaring themselves as entrants in the Andre the Giant Memorial Battle royal.

Can they work as a team?

The WWE has done a masterful job in recent months of forming several factions throughout the roster.


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With the Wyatt Family, The New Day, The League of nations and the Social Outcasts all teaming up, there is a large scope for group feuds.

While the New Day will be taking on the League of nations at WrestleMania, the Social Outcasts have now confirmed their plans for the big event in Dallas.

Bo Dallas, Heath Slater, Curtis Axel and Adam Rose have been confirmed as the first four competitors to enter the 2016 Andre the Giant Memorial Battle Royal.

The team made up of a random assortment of 'lost' superstars has become quite popular amongst the fans recently.

They will now enter the battle royal and have claimed that they aim to win it as a team - even though there can only be one winner.

The four superstars have shown that they can be an effective team in the ring but have also shown that there may be cracks appearing in their group too.

So if it does come down to the four of them as the final four competitors in the battle royal at WrestleMania, could we see them implode on the grandest stage of them all?

More history waiting

This will be the third Andre the Giant memorial battle royal and the previous two have given us plenty of moments to talk about.

From the inaugural one seeing Cesaro lift Big Show over the top rope to Big Show himself winning it a year later at WrestleMania 31.

The match has inspired betrayals from Damian Mizdow, granted a main roster debut for Hideo Itami and sparked a future partnership between Cesaro and Paul Heyman.

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