As many of us already do or should know, Rhyno (along with Brian Kendrick) is back. For how long? His purpose in WWE right now? Nobody really knows. But what I do know is that as well as NXT, I'd like to see him feud with and have matches with some guys on the main roster right now. I have five matchups in my mind that I think would be killer under the right circumstances. Bray Wyatt: Now I'm not sure on how the feud and buildup itself would be, but with their in ring styles (Rhyno, the straight out brawler, goring the fuck out of everyone in sight, ECW alumnus. Bray, the former leader of The Wyatt Family, the beard, the upside down spider like walk he does, his promos, has great matches on his resume) and the right stipulation, this match up would be KILLER Dean Ambrose: Like Bray, has been in the ring with some big names. Triple H, Orton, Batista, Jericho, RVD, and The Undertaker to name a few. Both Ambrose and Rhyno have backgrounds in the hardcore style of wrestling and would for sure tear the house down. Put these two as the main event for Payback or Battleground and it's guaranteed to deliver (if it's No Holds Barred that is) Seth Rollins: Now let's think about this on paper. Sounds really good, doesn't it? How WWE goes about booking their feud would really depend on how long the buildup is and anything else part of buildup. Rollins has also been in the ring with HHH, Orton, Batista, Jericho, RVD and The Undertaker. Hell, he was recently in the ring with Brock Lesnar in what people are already deciding is Match of the Year. No matter how WWE goes about this matchup and if WWE decides to even book it, it's guaranteed to deliver Bad News Barrett: Like all the others, has a very impressive resume in WWE. Five time Intercontinental Champion, feuds with Orton, Cena, mixed it up with The Undertaker, etc. This has potential to be on PPV but would probably end up being the opening match. Both using the brawling strategy in the ring, definitely a match worth watching. Yeah, I know BNB has had some injuries in the past that have kept him out for a number of months, but that doesn't mean he can't be trusted in the ring with higher profile guys. Sheamus: Think about it, a riled up, hard hitting, don't take shit from anybody Irish brawler against the goring machine known as Rhyno. Now I'll admit Sheamus has been boring as of late, but a matchup like this would be anything but. Both men hit hard, have great success in their craft, and can deliver when given the ball. Like the Rollins idea, no matter how WWE goes about this matchup and if WWE even decides to book it, it's guaranteed to deliver.