Published: Fri, January 12, 2018
Entertaiment | By Mabel Barber

Two Former WWE Women's Champions Contacted For Women's Royal Rumble Match

Two Former WWE Women's Champions Contacted For Women's Royal Rumble Match

Regardless of who the surprises will consist of, last night confirmed that the WWE universe should expect great unpredictability out of the first-ever all-women's Royal Rumble match.

Holly left WWE in 2005 and made a one-time appearance for a 25-Diva Battle Royal at WrestleMania 25 in 2009.

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WWE has contacted former Women's Champions Molly Holly and Michelle McCool about competing in the 30-Woman Over-The-Top Royal Rumble Match, according to PWInsider.

- RAW Women's Champion Alexa Bliss took to Twitter during this week's SmackDown and commented on how Liv Morgan was wearing a similar hairstyle. She briefly worked in the independent circuit, but has been out of full-time wrestling for the better part of a decade now. The show is already starting to look like one of the best Royal Rumble events in history and it seems that it can only get better as more names are announced. That remains to be seen, though. While there have been criticisms of putting together a 30-women match, due to the current roster not having that many female superstars, the announcements of the women coming back to compete in the match lead to much intrigue to watch it. A run with the WWE seems inevitable for Rousey, and it would make flawless sense to bring her on during a historic moment for the female division. Tune into the Royal Rumble event, streaming live, Sunday, Jan. 28, on the award-winning WWE Network at a special start time of 7 ET/5 PT to find out.

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