The WWE Royal Rumble Premium Live Event will be taking place on January 27, 2024, at Tropicana Field in St. Petersburg, Florida. There is a lot of hype for the event due to the fact that surprise entrances always light up the show in a big way. However, one WWE Superstar isn’t sure they will be competing as part of the Royal Rumble event next year.

The company is gearing up for the Premium Live Event, pulling out all the stops. Fans are particularly excited about this one, as WWE is known for delivering something special during the Big Four Premium Live Events.

Maxxine Dupri made her main roster debut last year alongside LA Knight and The Maximum Male Models but lately has been part of The Alpha Academy with Chad Gable, Otis and Akira Tozawa.

One of Dupri’s ongoing storylines is the fact that she is still training to be a pro wrestler and hasn’t gotten there yet. While speaking to Joe Vulpis on Lightweights, Maxxine Dupri was asked if she’s been training with Chad Gable and Otis for the Royal Rumble. Dupri confirmed that she was but isn’t sure if she will be competing in the Women’s Royal Rumble match.


“I’m ready. We’ve been training. We’re staying training.

I don’t know yet. I hope so.”

WWE is also eyeing an unprecedented paid attendance milestone for next year’s Royal Rumble. Considering Maxxine Dupri’s performance against Rhea Ripley on a recent edition of Monday Night RAW, she might not be a part of the Rumble match next year. It remains to be seen what will become of Dupri in the end.

What’s your opinion on what Maxxine Dupri had to say? Do you feel she should compete in the Women’s Royal Rumble match? Let us know in the comments section below!

Subhojeet Mukherjee

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