10 Better World Champion Options Than Brock Lesnar And Randy Orton
Rusev is getting ready to come back from an injury, and it
looked like he was about to make his case for being WWE Champion this past week
on SmackDown until the writers decided to hold off on it until after
Backlash. He should be the first in line to face Orton, possibly at the
SmackDown-branded Money in the Bank pay-per-view next month.
When booked correctly, as he was during his two
runs with the United States Championship, Rusev can come off as an unstoppable
monster. He also can work in the ring, and has regularly excelled on the mic. He’s basically an
upgrade over Jinder Mahal in every aspect, and more than deserving of a run
with the championship, especially compared to Orton.