Another First-Ever Match Could Be In The Works For The Women Of WWE


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”.

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