Published: Tue, December 19, 2017
Life&Culture | By Ben Goodman

First Women's Rumble Match Announced For WWE Royal Rumble

First Women's Rumble Match Announced For WWE Royal Rumble

And if that's my true trademark move, then I'm going to do it better than anybody and I'm sorry but I played pro football for a little while and I think I know how to tackle somebody.

WWE will hold the first-ever women's Royal Rumble match at January's PPV of the same name.

The movement she's referring to is the Women's Revolution, a movement that began with the "Give Divas A Chance" hashtag following a tag match that saw Paige and Emma take on The Bella Twins in February 2015. Women already on the main roster were forced to step up their game to keep up with these young stars and absolutely delivered. They've main-evented Raws, competed in the first ever Women's Money in the Bank Ladder Match, wrestled the first women's match in the middle east, and that's just in one year! The response was fantastic and the response to this announcement should be quite similar.

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The Raw and SmackDown divisions will compete in the first women's Royal Rumble next month, WWE has confirmed. Personally I'm very optimistic and excited for this match.

This absolutely rules, and means the January 28th card is gonna feature two Rumble matches, which ain't even remotely a bad thing. What do you say, ladies, you make history once again?

The women's Royal Rumble marks another milestone in WWE's women's evolution, which has placed a spotlight on its female athletes, involving them in more prominent storylines, with deeper character development and longer matches.

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