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Spoiler On Who Will Be In WarGames

There have been a lot of suspicions, but we have a spoiler on who will be in WarGames

Spoiler On Who Will Be In WarGames
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There have been a lot of suspicions, but we have a spoiler on who will be in WarGames.

Specifically, who will be the 5th Superstar for each of the men’s teams.

There is expected to still be a women’s variant as well, but thus far nothing has been announced.

That spoiler comes to us courtesy of Fightful.

And, shocker, this one does not involve CM Punk.

Spoiler On Who Will Be In WarGames

First up, who will be landing with the Judgement Day?

This one has been not that hard to guess, if you’ve been paying attention.

Spoiler On Who Will Be In WarGames
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In recent weeks, Rhea Ripley has been whispering in some Superstars ears, none more prominently than Drew McIntyre.

Before his loss at Crown Jewel, the former world champion had rejected the overtures.

However, on the first RAW after, McIntyre seemed to be flipping the switch and acting much more the heel than ever before.

While that one hasn’t been announced yet, expect it soon enough.

As for who joins the other side? There have been some hoping for CM Punk or perhaps even luring SmackDown’s newest Superstar, Kevin Owens.

The plan is for neither.

And per the report, this plan has been in place for some time now, perhaps as far back as the summer.

The expected fifth man in to join Cody Rhodes, Jey Uso, Sami Zayn and Seth Rollins should be none other than the legendary Randy Orton.

Spoiler On Who Will Be In WarGames
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Orton has long been rumored to return, and once spotted at the Performance Center, many fans eyed Chicago and Survivor Series as an event worthy of his epic return.

According to the report, expect to see Orton’s participation announced before the event itself, as WWE will seek to quiet down any CM Punk buzz for that mystery slot.

Of course, things can always change, but right now, that certainly looks like the plan.

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