According to PWInsider's report, Holly is more likely to appear in the women's Royal Rumble than McCool but, as of writing, neither one of them is confirmed by the WWE for the event.
Molly was never a woman who enjoyed the fact that the division was sexualised at that time which made her stand out in her own way. Her last match took place in 2009 in the 25-Diva Miss WrestleMania Battle Royal at WrestleMania 25. So it seems that she has experience when it comes to these kinds of matches.
With the 30 woman Royal Rumble set to headline the show alongside the traditional men's Rumble match, this is a glass-ceiling shattering type show for the WWE. 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.
Hype continues to build for the 25th anniversary edition of Raw in just under two weeks as well as the Royal Rumble pay-per-view, and last night's Raw did a nice job of raising interest in those two events. With rumors abound that 'Taker is set to wrestle another match at this year's WrestleMania (after seemingly retiring last year), it's not so hard to imagine that McCool might want to make a return herself. We know there will be 30 superstars in both matches, but what other similarities will we see in the women's Royal Rumble match?
McCool has not yet agreed to compete in the Royal Rumble Match as it was only noted that she spoke to WWE officials about it.
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