WWE Contacts More Former Stars About Women's Royal Rumble

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Madelyn Hughes via Flickr

According to PWInsider's elite's audio, it seems that WWE has already confirmed the first female legend for the upcoming Royal Rumble.

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With 30 slots to fill for the match, it was perhaps inevitable WWE would reach out and contact former women's division stars to return, be that on a one-off or a more permanent basis. However, one of the most intriguing aspects of the women's match has been who exactly will appear in the bout. She returned for a one-night appearance in the Miss WrestleMania battle royal at WrestleMania XXV. Molly is the only female in WWE history courageous enough to have her hair shaved after she lost a hair vs hair match, she was ahead of her game and set the bar in WWE, so it's only right that she is given this chance to make history along with many other women. There are not 30 womens wrestlers now employed on the main roster, so this means we're scheduled to get several NXT women called up for the show, some faces from the past, or a combination of both. Neither have wrestled much on the independent scene, but have appeared off and on for other WWE projects over the years. McCool even hinted to Charlotte Flair recently on Twitter that she might be up for another match.

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You can be sure these won't be the last surprise names to be announced or rumored for the event.

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