5 more ways the women of WWE could make history in 2018
The WWE Universe is still responding to the historic announcement that Stephanie McMahon made last week on Raw when she confirmed that the women of WWE would be competing in the first-ever Women's Royal Rumble match on January 28th.
This is the latest in a long line of history-making matches for the women following, an Ironwoman match, a Hell in a Cell match and the first ever Women's Money in the Bank match over the past few years.
It seems that the women are finally being given the opportunities that they deserve in WWE, but it obviously isn't going to end with the Royal Rumble match next month, there are plenty of other ways that the women can push forward next year.
#5. Multiple women's Money in the Bank Ladder matches
Last year the women of WWE made history when they were part of the first ever Women's Money in the Bank ladder match. Sadly, this didn't work out the way that many thought it would, with James Ellsworth unhooking the briefcase and handing it to Carmella.
This ruined the historic moment that the women were trying to have, but luckily it was only the SmackDown women who were part of this match, which means WWE could try once again next year and include all of the women in the matches this time.
It was recently revealed that WWE has decided to make Money in the Bank a dual brand event once again so 2018 could see the women of Raw and SmackDown compete in separate ladder matches much like the men to crown a Miss Money in the Bank for each brand.