If you're a regular follower, fan, or devotee of the wrestling sport, you probably know what the Authority is, and how it originated.
Yet, here it goes:
Wikipedia defines the Authority as "a villainous professional wrestling stable in WWE, which originated due to TripleH helping Randy Orton to win the WWE Championship from Daniel Bryan at the 2013 pay-per-view SummerSlam."
In recent times, figureheads of the stable, Triple H and Vince McMahon, have been struggling on how to handle the newest leader of the wrestling world, and as debates continue, more and more names seem to rise, out of which we have brought to you the six wrestlers who seem most likely to join the authority. Check it out!
The gravest matter at hand for the figureheads of the Authority is not how Roman Reigns wins the title, but what happens once the belt is his to wear. And at such a point, Ziggler seems to be a good choice. It would give Ziggler a lot more to add to his limited resume while enthralling the audience with a daring challenge thrown at Reigns once he's won the title. And the best part? Well, Ziggler sells pretty well, no matter what side he on!
It would be no exaggeration to call Owens the future. He's the one person who can pull off even the toughest gimmicks with buttery ease. And, let's not be a kid here, a Reigns-Owens duel would be well worth watching.
It seems to be the case that McMahon wants to make Sheamus the top heel in the company. Or maybe align him with The Authority. But when it comes to the question as to if it's a good idea or not, one has to admit it's tough to tell. Sheamus is a tough nut - and people only choose one extreme side when it comes to him - you either hate him, or love him - no room for any middle ground there.
With a characteristically unpredictable nature, Dean Ambrose does promise to make the perfect antithesis to challenge The Authority. Having said that, the series of events that we can expect to follow can very undoubtedly be said to be nothing less than entertaining, because Dean is every inch the exact opposite of what Triple H is looking for to make new head of his very own, little club.
It does not seem fitting that a leading figure of the wrestling world, Roman Reigns, does not turn heel once he wins the title. There seems to be much speculation regarding what's to come, and whether the script is in for a dramatic and unpredictable change.
John Cena has always enjoyed an undying popularity. And, with a return to the ring, a Cena heel turn does seem to be a popular choice. And, the excitement is not just limited to the outside audience, but among the insiders alike.
Personalities Hulk Hogan and Daniel Bryan have stated in full view of the public that they would like to see Cena turn heel.
And, with this much excitement running through the veins of so many, Cena does stand up to become an interesting choice.