The announcement of the first-ever all-women's Royal Rumble match was a monumental announcement in the annals of WWE history. This all but confirms that there will be at least one, but likely more, surprise entrant in the women's Royal Rumble match.
Many WWE fans are already anticipating that Ronda Rousey could be one of the surprise entrants for the women's Royal Rumble match since she has been heavily linked with a move to the company over the past couple of months. PWInsider is reporting that Molly Holly will be participating in the match.
Holly hasn't worked a match for the WWE since the women's battle royal at WrestleMania 25, and she is now a trainer at Shawn Daivari and Ken Anderson's Academy Wrestling School in Minneapolis.
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Holly was also on two episodes of Table for 3, along with Alundra Blaze and Ivory, and then with Candice Michelle and Michelle McCool.
Last night's WWE Raw saw several important storyline-based developments that will undoubtedly affect the red brand moving forward. The women's Rumble is set to consist of 30 competitors, just like the men's, but there aren't 30 females now on the main roster. Best known for her spell as one half of LayCool, she's a four-time Divas/Women's Champion, a former "Diva Of The Year" Slammy Award victor, and someone who hasn't appeared for the company in close to seven years. During a recent interaction with SmackDown Women's Champion Charlotte Flair on Twitter, McCool indicated that she would be interested in returning for a match after retiring from the squared circle in 2011.
With less than three weeks to go before the first big wrestling event of the year, the matchups for Royal Rumble 2018 are already beginning to become official.