WWE NXT: The Final 4: Will Dean Ambrose, Seth Rollins and Paige win?

By now, you’ve heard the news: Dean Ambrose and Seth Rollins will be facing off in the final four of the main event of WWE NXT, which will be held Saturday at the Mandalay Bay Events Center in Las Vegas.

Ambrose, Rollins, and Paige are slated to compete for the NXT Tag Team Titles, which are currently held by Samoa Joe and Roman Reigns.

Rollins and Reigns will be joined by the newly-formed tag team of Sheamus and Big E Langston.

The other two NXT stars are Cody Rhodes and Sami Zayn, who are also set to compete in the match.

In a recent interview with USA Today, WWE general manager Stephanie McMahon stated that the four-man tournament is “the ultimate test” for all the new NXT stars, but the tournament will ultimately be decided by the crowd’s votes.

Ambrose will be looking to win the title from the moment he faces off against Rollins, while Rollins is looking to secure a victory by eliminating the other two.

Both Ambrose and Rollins are known for their incredible matches, so it is no surprise that WWE will be trying to make sure that they get their respective matches right.

Ambrose is known for being one of the more skilled wrestlers in the company, while the former Intercontinental Champion will be making his first foray into NXT after losing to Kane in his first match.

Rollins has been a mainstay of the NXT roster since his debut, but has been the subject of numerous feuds with Dean Ambrose over the years.

After his match with Kane in 2016, Ambrose was widely criticized for his performance, and even called out the former WWE World Heavyweight Champion for his poor match.

Although WWE has yet to announce who will be the new main event, they are expected to announce their main event on the Monday night prior to the event.

WWE NXT will be headlined by the winner of Dean Ambrose vs. Seth Rollins. 

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By now, you’ve heard the news: Dean Ambrose and Seth Rollins will be facing off in the final four of…