Former WWE Women's Champions Returning For Royal Rumble

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As reported by Dave Meltzer the two top matches for WWE WrestleMania 34 are now being scheduled. Considering they faced off at SummerSlam 2016 and last year's Royal Rumble, there's no need for another match between the two. But of course, you never know with the guy if he's truly gone or not. Holly hasn't wrestled for the WWE since 2005, while McCool left WWE in 2011. So it seems that she has experience when it comes to these kinds of matches.

McCool, per Johnson's report, is not "100 percent locked in" to appear just yet, but she has spoken with WWE about turning up.

- WWE has posted a preview for the Smackdown Tag Team Championship match at the Royal Rumble. Tune into the Royal Rumble event, streaming live, Sunday, Jan. 28, on the award-winning WWE Network at a special start time of 7 ET/5 PT to find out. The women's Rumble is set to consist of 30 competitors, just like the men's, but there aren't 30 females now on the main roster. Next Tuesday's show will feature Xavier Woods vs. Jinder Mahal with the victor going on to the finals at the Royal Rumble pay-per-view, against the victor of Roode vs. Rawley.

Molly Holly is someone that many fans grew up watching and whilst there are many women of that era that took all the plaudits, Molly Holly was someone who was always overlooked.

McCool, on the other hand, recently teased on social media during an interaction with Charlotte Flair that she would be interested in returning to the WWE for a final match.

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