However, there is still plenty of space for surprises. The current speculation is that an angle between Undertaker and Cena will take place on the upcoming WWE Raw 25 anniversary show, to begin the build for their match.
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. She hasn't wrestled for the company since WrestleMania 25 nine years ago. She was also recently spotted having dinner with Triple H, which added fuel to these rumors. Molly Holly has not been seen in a competing in a one-on-one match in WWE since 2005 but it seems that she is set to make her return after more than a decade away to make history along with 29 other female wrestlers.
While this is definitely a setback for The Bar, the couple of RAW episodes left prior to Royal Rumble still gives them the opportunity to avenge that defeat and get back in the win column.
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However, WWE has reportedly reached out to her to feature in the bout, along with Michelle McCool.
Regardless of who the surprises will consist of, last night confirmed that the WWE universe should expect great unpredictability out of the first-ever all-women's Royal Rumble match.
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