5 women who should not win the first-ever women's Royal Rumble
Despite the women's revolution becoming a universally-accepted moniker for the development of female superstars in the WWE, it is without question that the women’s division desperately needs a jolt to sustain the excellence and attention it has so aggressively fought for.
The injection of the “Riott Squad” and “Absolution” as two female-led stables are new wrinkles to a division that has become all too satisfied with 6-women tag team matches over, and over, and over again.
With the ubiquitously loved announcement that, for the first time ever, there will be an all-female Royal Rumble come January, the women’s division is set to make 2018 another year to push the brand and female wrestling further.
But, as with all WWE bookings, we are afraid the company may squander the potential of such a momentous occasion. So here are the 5 women that should NOT win the all-female Royal Rumble.