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Royal Rumble Winner Plan Could Be Drastically Changed Due To A Major Return

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• Royal Rumble Winner Plan Could Be Drastically Changed Due To A Major Return

As we noted in our previous article, former RAW Women’s Champion Ronda Rousey is scheduled to return to WWE this Saturday at the Royal Rumble 2022 premiere live event.

She is scheduled to be a surprise entrant in the Women’s Royal Rumble match, where she will plant seeds for her WrestleMania 38 match.

According to the Wrestling Observer, there’s a very high chance that Rousey will now win the Women’s Royal Rumble match, as WWE will obviously book her return to pro-wrestling after 3 years (which will makes mainstream headlines) in a big way.

Prior to this, there were plans for Bianca Belair to win the Rumble match, and go on to face Becky Lynch for the RAW Women’s Championship at WrestleMania 38.

It looks like we are heading in the direction of the long-awaited Ronda Rousey vs. Becky Lynch singles match.

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• On This Day In Pro Wrestling History (January 25, 1997) – nWo Souled Out 1997

On this day in Pro Wrestling history on January 25, 1997, Ted Turner’s World Championship Wrestling aired ‘nWo Souled Out’ LIVE on PPV from the Five Seasons Center in Cedar Rapids, Iowa.

This was the first ever Souled Out event and also the only one of them, that was presented as an nWo themed PPV.

Here are the results:

– Masahiro Chono defeated Chris Jericho

– Mexican Death match: Big Bubba Rogers defeated Hugh Morrus

– Jeff Jarrett defeated Mr. Wallstreet

– Buff Bagwell defeated Scotty Riggs

– Scott Norton defeated Diamond Dallas Page by countout

– WCW World Tag Team Championship: The Steiner Brothers defeated The Outsiders (c)

– Ladder match for the WCW United States Heavyweight Championship: Eddie Guerrero (c) defeated Syxx

– WCW World Heavyweight Championship: Hollywood Hogan (c) wrestled The Giant to a no contest

        
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