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WWE Women’s Royal Rumble Entrant Possible Spoiler

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WWE will be presenting arguably their best PPV of the year tonight. The WWE Royal Rumble will see 30 men and 30 women compete in two Royal Rumble matches to determine who will ‘main event’ WrestleMania 37 in April. The #30 entrant into the Women’s Royal Rumble was confirmed yesterday, as Natalya defeated Tamina on WWE Backstage to secure her spot in the match.

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Speaking of Natalya, she potentially spoilt one of the entrants in the Women’s Rumble match this Sunday.

Just one night before the big show itself, WWE SmackDown Superstar Natalya shared a picture on her Instagram story, posing alongside Trish Stratus. Natalya had a caption on the story, saying ‘can’t wait for this Sunday!’ and also tagging Trish Stratus.

Whilst this may not be indicative of a Royal Rumble entry, it certainly would not be a shock to see the former WWE Women’s Champion appear in the match.

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