Former WWE Women’s Champion Candice Michelle was one of the mainstays of the women’s division during the mid-2000s. She was a beloved star during her time in the company, and there is a good reason for that. In fact, it seems she is down for a Royal Rumble appearance this year.

The Royal Rumble Premium Live Event will be taking place on January 28th in San Antonio, Texas. With the prospect of many surprise returns in the mix, fans have been wondering which former WWE Superstars will make it to the event.

During Candice Michelle’s time in WWE, which was the Divas era, they were not given the chance to compete in a Royal Rumble match of their own. Naturally, her fans would love to see her again.

While speaking during her recent interview with Ring The Belle, Candice Michelle reminded fans that this year’s Rumble takes place in her home state of Texas. Michelle made it clear that she is open to an appearance at the event.


“I get this question all the time. I’m so down for it. Even one year, they promoted that I was going to be there and people were like, ‘Why didn’t you show up?’ I was like, ‘The truth is they just never called me.’ They have certain amount of people they gotta have, a certain look, group, and all that stuff. I just haven’t made the list yet. So I’m hoping this year; it’s in Texas. I live in Texas. It’s a good year to go back, I’m just saying. I’m ready. I hope it happens, but we’ll see what they do

Michelle was advertised for RAW Legends Night back in January 2021 but was subsequently cancelled. We will have to wait and see whether she will appear during the Women’s Royal Rumble match this year.

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