Stephanie McMahon announces women's only Royal Rumble match

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"WWE's female performers are role models, inspiring and empowering women and girls to be confident and strong".

This year, WWE created the first-ever women's tournament, Mae Young Classic, which included 32 of the top female competitors from 16 countries, underscoring the breadth and worldwide diversity of women in sports entertainment.

Raw Commissioner Stephanie McMahon made the massive announcement on the December 18 edition of Raw, declaring that female WWE Superstars will compete for a championship opportunity at WrestleMania 34.

The storyline WWE Creative could weave coming off of a Lynch victory would be the catalyst for the heel turn Charlotte needs and the edge the Lass Kicker has been missing. Stephanie made her way down to the ring, and she grabbed a microphone while all the ladies of the women's division surrounded her. What better way to show her dominance than by being the last woman standing at the Royal Rumble?

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She said much of the credit should go to Faxon who used the local media to spread the word of the event and why it's important. Veterans were honored Saturday morning at the Coastal Bend State Veterans Cemetery in Corpus Christi.

One of the women not getting talked about enough as a possible victor is Nia Jax.

Suddenly, the rest of the Raw Women's Division, including Alexa Bliss who hadn't been featured at all during the show, ran down to put the Absolution in their place.

You can understand the majority of fans wanting it to just be The Beast vs The Monster Among Men in this match when you take into account the rise and increase in popularity which Strowman has had throughout 2017, but that also might be the reason why the Universal title match will be a triple threat. While not all WWE rumors come to light, this one finally did.

"They deserve their own match at Royal Rumble". Letting Rousey debut at the January PPV would be a blockbuster coup for WWE.