Published: Fri, January 12, 2018
Life&Culture | By Rose Hansen

Former WWE Star To Compete In The Women's Royal Rumble

Former WWE Star To Compete In The Women's Royal Rumble

Her last match took place in 2009 in the 25-Diva Miss WrestleMania Battle Royal at WrestleMania 25.

According to PWInsider's report, Holly is more likely to appear in the women's Royal Rumble than McCool but, as of writing, neither one of them is confirmed by the WWE for the event.

-Brock Lesnar vs. Braun Strowman vs. Kane for the WWE Universal Championship. Raw GM Kurt Angle was backstage on the phone with someone who he said would be a great addition to the women's Royal Rumble match as a former standout women's competitor.

The other name contacted, but not confirmed, is Michelle McCool. 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.

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Whilst The Undertaker has not competed in a match since his defeat to Reigns at WWE WrestleMania 33 in Orlando. 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.

With a little bit less than three weeks to go, these probably aren't the last former women's champions that you will be hearing rumors about concerning an appearance in the first-ever women's Royal Rumble. Simply book a cheap finish and set the stage for a rematch come January 28 to create a more elaborate storyline.

With the 30 woman Royal Rumble set to headline the show alongside the traditional men's Rumble match, this is a glass-ceiling shattering type show for the WWE.

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