The WWE Championship match at the Royal Rumble was changed this past week. World Wrestling Entertainment originally promoted it as the last match between WWE Champion Brock Lesnar and John Cena until it was announced at the start of last week's Raw that Seth Rollins would also be part of the match to make it a triple threat. It was a gift from The Authority, who wanted to reward Rollins because he helped bring them back into power. With Rollins a part of the WWE Title match, fans have been left wondering why he is suddenly a part of it. We don't know if it's because WWE wants to move the title onto him during the match or maybe have him cash in the Money in the Bank briefcase. It could simply be because they know fans don't want to see Lesnar vs. Cena for the third time in five months and the fourth time in three years. The addition of Rollins is a great move because it's different. It shakes things up. He was one of the best performers in WWE in 2014, if not the best. He's in that spot because of the storyline with The Authority, yet most fans don't have a problem with it because he absolutely deserves the opportunity. Should Rollins leave the Royal Rumble as the WWE Champion? Absolutely. A case can be made for the others too, but Rollins really is the best choice. Here are ten reasons why "Mr. Money in the Bank" Seth Rollins should leave the Royal Rumble as the WWE Champion.