2016 has been an interesting year. We're catching Pokemon, fleeing from killer clowns, and a Reality TV Star is running for president. If nobody caught the news yet, for the first time ever we are getting to see women compete inside Hell In A Cell, considered to be the most brutal stipulation in WWE history. For those living under a rock, it is supposed to be the Main Event of the pay per view. There's a lot of hype surrounding it, and rightfully so. But lets take it a little further. Several women have competed in The Royal Rumble. With this feminine empowering movement running rampant in the WWE, is it possible that we will get to see a woman not only enter the Rumble, but win it as well? Can someone like Bayley survive 29 other superstars and go on to WrestleMania? How would the modern day viewer feel about the Women's Championship being the headliner of what is supposed to be the biggest event of the year? Are we ready for that twist? Personally I see nothing wrong with it. Lately I've been just as captivated by what the girls put on just as much (if not more) than what the guys are running with. I don't think it would have been possible to see Charlotte vs. Sasha Banks headline any pay per view like a month ago, but here we are. Many would argue that it's outside the realm of realism, and I'd retort how Rey Mysterio vs. Any Seven Foot Tall Behemoth is too but that didn't stop WWE from capitalizing on it. We live in a unique time where our greatest fictional heroes are women and we are close to seeing our first female president as well. A woman winning the Royal Rumble doesn't seem impractical to me, and I wouldn't mind seeing it happen soon. Thoughts?