Still, they could continue to plant the seeds for Jordan's full heel turn while also building the discontent between him and Rollins. We're now just weeks away from the Rumble but still got a disappointing episode from the blue brand.
The very first female Royal Rumble will take place at the pay-per-view event on January 28, with 30 women slated to compete in the match. The women's revolution has taken off hugely over the past couple years or so, but now it will reach another level. They were involved in the first women's main event match, so why not reward the two icons with spot in the Royal Rumble? We know there will be 30 superstars in both matches, but what other similarities will we see in the women's Royal Rumble match?
Surprise entrants have become a huge factor and anticipated moment in the Royal Rumble match, and now the same will be able to be said for the women's match.
Over the past few days, there have been numerous announcements of people coming back for both Raw and the women's Royal Rumble.
Molly Holly is widely considered to be one of the biggest female legends of all time, but whilst Trish Stratus and Lita take all the headlines for that era, Molly is one of the women who was considered to be ahead of her time when it came to her in-ring ability. That would raise the bar right off the bat.
Powell's POV: Becky Lynch is the latest entrant in the women's Royal Rumble match, and Rusev and Aiden Englsh are the latest to enter the men's Royal Rumble match.
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