There's no turning back for the women's revolution going on in the WWE.
Charlotte feels that with Alexa Bliss and Sasha Banks wrestling in the Middle East, the women's revolution going on in the WWE is unstoppable. The first ever women's Royal Rumble being held later this month is also another step in the right direction. She spoke to the India Times about the matter:
I think first ever women's Royal Rumble is just another step in the right direction. I don't think it completes the women's revolution. Women headlining WrestleMania will be big and I foresee that happening in the future. The women's evolution is unstoppable, and another milestone that happened was Sasha and Alexa Bliss becoming the first-ever women wrestlers to perform in the middle east.
She told the India Times that if she could pick her number, it would be number one so she could go through everyone. Interestingly, she didn't mention herself when asked who she thinks could win the Royal Rumble:
There are so many; actually, it is a tough question. I would say from RAW brand, Bayley is a fighter. Anyone who has followed her career would know she never gives up and she is the lovable underdog. From SmackDown, I would have to go with my best friend Becky Lynch, but personally I don't want to face her at WrestleMania. She has shown that whenever she is knocked down, she gets right up. There are a lot of women in the division who are capable of winning. Sasha could win, Asuka could 100 per cent win that.
Of course, as Smackdown women's champion, she may not even be in the Rumble match, as she already has a championship.
The first ever women's Royal Rumble takes place on January 28 in Philadelphia.