The women's Royal Rumble match is right around the corner and it seems that the first legend has already been confirmed for the match.
So far, alongside the men's and women's Royal Rumble matches, WWE has matches on the Rumble card for the Universal Championship, WWE Championship, Raw and SmackDown Tag Team Championship, and the finals of the United States Championship tournament.
We'll likely be seeing some combination of both, and word has started to leak about some of the faces from the past that are being set-up for a return.
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.
Holly hasn't worked a match for the WWE since the women's battle royal at WrestleMania 25, and she is now a trainer at Shawn Daivari and Ken Anderson's Academy Wrestling School in Minneapolis.More news: Soon no need to share Aadhaar ID for verification: UIDAI
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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.
Clark suggests that Undertaker will be "teasing a retirement announcement", only for 16-time World Champion John Cena to come out and dare The Phenom to have one last match at WrestleMania. She last wrestled in 2011.
Both Holly and McCool have appeared on WWE television since their wrestling departures, most recently as part of WWE Network's Table For Three program.
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.