Former WWE Women's Champion is returning for the Royal Rumble

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Many WWE fans are already anticipating that Ronda Rousey could be one of the surprise entrants for the women's Royal Rumble match since she has been heavily linked with a move to the company over the past couple of months.

And with the details of the women's Royal Rumble match being the same as the men's match, many began to speculate on certain aspects of the match and how they will go. One of them is confirmed while the other could be on the way. According to PWInsider, via Cageside Seats, former Women's Champion Molly Holly has confirmed that she will come out of retirement and compete in the match. Whilst Molly did walk away from WWE back in 2005, she did return for one night only to compete in the 25th Anniversary of WrestleMania Women's battle royale, which was later won by Santina Marella.

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. 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. She hasn't wrestled for the company since she lost a "Loser Leaves WWE" match against Layla at Extreme Rules in 2011.

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Both Holly and McCool have appeared on WWE television since their wrestling departures, notably on the WWE Network's Table For Three program.

The show is already starting to look like one of the best Royal Rumble events in history and it seems that it can only get better as more names are announced.

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