WWE Great Balls of Fire 2017: Ranking Matches Based on Predictability

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7. Seth Rollins vs. Bray Wyatt

Remember that time Wyatt was a main eventer and the WWE Champion? Yeah, me neither. Wyatt is a unique character, all it takes is a few wins for the crowd to be on his side again. Even neck-deep in losses, the buzzards come out regardless. There’s a special type of charisma that Wyatt comes loaded with, and it’s a shame that it’s currently squandered.We’ve gotten to the point where fans are tuning out during his promos because he doesn’t say anything in them. What did he say while wandering in the desert on Raw? No idea. Yet, a win here could easily shoot him back up the card and make him a fan-favorite.

Too bad that’s not going to happen. No one losses to Wyatt these days, certainly not former WWE Champion and future Hall of Famer, Seth Rollins. WWE’s choice to put Rollins on the cover of WWE 2k18 might imply a push is coming Rollins’ way. He hasn’t smelled WWE gold in well over a year, he’s probably due for a run sometime soon. Honestly, he needs the win, so it might as well come at the expense of the guy everyone expects to lose.