It is crazy to think that it is once again time to set things up for the Royal Rumble. Rumors have begun to pop up as to who could be showing up on Sunday at the yearly extravaganza it doesn't matter if it's a new signing, debut or a return everyone is fair game. But let's put that aside for right now and focus on the final edition of Smackdown Live before the event and what our takeaway is from the go-home edition of the event. Looking up and down the card I think our focus should look at the main event of the show which was a spectacular match between Andrade and Rey Mysterio. Even though the match did end in a no contest thanks to Samoa Joe that doesn't change the fact that the match was incredible.
Overall I've said it before it seems like Mysterio & the former Cien Almas have incredible chemistry together and it has shown every-time they have been in the ring together thus far. Though I might miss parts of the big event on Sunday I know that I won't miss it all and will hope to see the big moments. In my opinion though the finish the Smackdown was the next best thing as compared to the normal brawl we get to end the go home show ahead of the Rumble. Actually this might be better, because our attention is focus on just one person instead of being confused who to focus on.
There is no doubt that the WWE fans have more of tendency to gravitate to the known faces or those they could actually see winning as oppose to a random selection. I will be doing exactly that on Sunday, but at least with this go home show both Randy Orton & Samoa Joe looked like two people that could possibly get the victory on Sunday even though I don't think either of them will be the last man standing. My one hope though is that the Rumble lives up to it's identity of being extremely unpredictable.
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