Is WWE Building To A Women's Royal Rumble?

The recent additions of more Women's Superstars has us thinking that the WWE is planning for the first ever Women's Royal Rumble.

We all know that the WWE enjoys shaking it up after each of their big 4 PPV’s and particularly WrestleMania. But in the two nights following Survivor Series, the entire landscape of WWE’s women’s divisions have changed… and it may be leading to a greater plan on the Road to WrestleMania. This is all speculation, as it comes from absolutely no comments from Dave Meltzer or any WWE insider, but with all these new women on the WWE roster, now totaling 11 on each show, it’s hard to deny that there is a very real possibility we may be on the way to the first ever Women’s Royal Rumble.

With Paige, Mandy Rose and Sonya Deville teaming up on RAW and Sarah Logan, Ruby Riot and Liv Morgan appearing on SmackDown Live, the women’s division is suddenly the most exciting part of WWE. So it seems a Royal Rumble is just the next part of the Women’s Revolution. What makes the speculation even jucier is the apparent randomness of the two trios, yet the similarities between the two. We’ve got the leader (Paige & Riot who appear very similar), the ass-kicker (Deville and Logan) and the blonde stunner (Rose and Morgan). However, there is no connection between the two trios and no clear story heading forward. Thus we again come back to the Royal Rumble as the logical idea.


With 22 women over the two rosters, that allows for a 30-Women Rumble with several surprises (Nikki Bella, Ronda Rousey, Kelly Kelly, Toni Storm, Candice LeRae and other MYC competitors are possibilities). After having the first ever women’s Money in the Bank ladder match this past year, it just makes sense. As we said, this isn’t based on any comments or information given by WWE insiders, but just an idea that we have had after seeing this past WWE weekend in Houston, Texas. It’s something that has been discussed by people like Sasha Banks in the past, so it seems all but an inevitability either in 2018 or 2019.

So what do you guys think? Is WWE building to a women’s Royal Rumble match? Are they building to a deeper story of another kind (unlikely as we’ve all lost faith in their booking over the past few years)? Would you like to see the women have their own Rumble match? Let us know in the comments below.


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