I’m not too fond of spoilers. But, since I am on the Internet all day and get paid to write about wrestling, I see them. Royal Rumble season is the time of the year when wrestling rumors take off. We have four months of endless speculation, guessing, and straight-up lying as we start down the road to WrestleMania.
I would say the Royal Rumble winner is still the most closely guarded and speculated secret every year in WWE. It should be because knowing the event’s finish pretty much ruins the entire show.
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So, even though I cover the event extensively, I try my best to avoid seeing spoilers about who will win. But this year I had no such luck, and for a good reason. Because this year’s current favorite for the rumble is earth-shattering, it will be a gigantic story in the world of wrestling and will set up an incredible road to WrestleMania.
But I don’t want to ruin it for everyone. So, I’ve hidden the details below if you want to know. Also, don’t be a jerk once you read this and put it in the comments. Let people experience the mystery and excitement of wrestling as they choose to. We have so little in this world. Just leave us that.
Spoiler Alert. Do Not Read Below This Line If You Don’t Want The Royal Rumble Spoiled For You.
According to news sources and online betting odds, the favorite to win the Royal Rumble is a former WWE Women’s Champion who was last seen the main eventing WrestleMania. She took some time off, and according to failed wrestler and supposed journalist Bryan Alvarez is reported to return to this year’s Royal Rumble.
That person is…
Now I don’t know if this means she is going to win, but people who seem to know about these sorts of things seem to think that, at the very least, Rousey will be in the rumble. I’m willing to believe it because WWE has pretty much revealed the entire field of the women’s Rumble, so there have to be a few surprises here and there, right?
If she does win, I like this move. The women’s division needs some new energy, and I think bringing Ronda Rousey back would do that. There are a lot of new match-ups for her, but if she wins, she is going for Becky.
And The Man seems to be stirring the pot already.
Becky Lynch weighs in on Ronda Rousey WWE return rumors 👀 pic.twitter.com/O2mQjZTdSz 
— WrestlingWorldCC (@WrestlingWCC) January 25, 2022 
Momma vs. Momma.
“I think the fact that I’ve had a baby and came back so great, that she’ll wanna one up me. She’ll probably try to come back in like 3 months or something.”
– Becky Lynch in October on the potential for a 1-on-1 match against Ronda Rousey in the future. pic.twitter.com/AAl1Bd8Yyk 
— Ryan Satin (@ryansatin) January 25, 2022 
Ronda vs. Becky would be fantastic too.
I need Ronda Rousey vs. Bianca BelAir. pic.twitter.com/coJUK1UTi4 
— Pro Wrestling Finesse (@ProWFinesse) January 24, 2022 
What do you think? Share your thoughts in the comments below.