Over the past several years in WWE, women’s wrestling has really skyrocketed due to the Women’s Revolution that has been taking place. WWE fans have witnessed first-ever matches for WWE females such as Hell In A Cell matches, Money In The Bank Ladder matches, Steel Cage main events, and so many more. It turns out that WWE could be looking to take things a step further with another first-ever for the women of WWE.
Per a report from Ryan Satin & James McKenna on Wrestling Sheet Radio (who were discussing the possibility of a women’s Royal Rumble match that doesn’t seem to be in WWE’s plans for the time being), WWE has been really tossing around the idea of doing a Women’s Elimination Chamber match. WWE has announced an Elimination Chamber pay-per-view (PPV) event for February of 2018 and it’s planned to be a RAW exclusive event.
RAW General Manager Kurt Angle teased the possibility of seeing a Women’s Elimination Chamber match in a recent Q&A on his Facebook page. When a fan asked by a fan why we haven’t seen the RAW Women’s Championship defended inside the structure yet, Angle responded “Patience. You will”.