By RantSports Staff on April 21, 2014
Evolution is back. The question is -- how long will the group stay together? Batista is rumored to be taking time off after Extreme Rules, but that doesn't mean he'll leave Evolution for good. If HHH and Orton stick together it's very possible that another member will be added to the famous group.
But who? In this slideshow we'll take a look at five possible candidates:
O'Neil is a longshot to join Evo 2.0, but not a crazy choice either. He's got the size and look, it's just a matter of whether he can consistently play an entertaining character on TV.
If HHH is looking to give a main roster guy a big break, Titus is in the discussion.
Ambrose seems to be destined for a singles villain run in the near future, but he would also make a nice addition to Evolution. He's got the mic skills and he could make the character work. But he is the best fit? Probably not.
If anyone from The Shield is going to pull a switcheroo at Extreme Rules and join Evolution, it's going to be Seth Rollins. He could fit nicely into any stable, but if he joined Evo 2.0, he'd be able to take his character to a new and different place. Rollins doesn't really have an identity right now outside of a guy who's great in the ring. He needs a new dimension and joining forces with the bad guys could be just the ticket.
It's very possible that the man who joins Evolution will be someone relatively unknown. Maybe even someone from NXT? The core concept of the group is evolving wrestlers, so there's no better way to do that than by promoting a young talent.
Bolieve in Evolution? That's what many across the internet are thinking. We all know that Bo Dallas is set to re-debut soon and we also know that WWE likes him. Are all the references to believing just a coincidence? I don't think so.
Bo Dallas would be a great choice to join Evo 2.0. He's got the look, you know he can go in the ring and putting him with three established stars would instantly make him relevant.
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