“She Is Awesome”- Kofi Kingston Predicts Who Will Win WWE Women’s Royal Rumble Match 2023

WWE Royal Rumble 2023 is less than two weeks away. The reverse countdown to the grand show in Texas has started. Ahead of the show, many fans have one question in their minds, and that is who will win the women’s Royal Rumble match.

This year’s women’s Royal Rumble match seems to be an unpredictable one because there are multiple candidates who will be in the line to win the match. Former WWE Champion Kofi Kingston recently shared his Royal Rumble predictions for the women’s match.


In a special prediction video posted by WWE on their official Twitter page, Kofi Kingston shared his views on the 2023 Royal Rumble. In his opinion, WWE SmackDown Superstar Raquel Rodriguez will be the one who grabs the golden chance to headline WrestleMania 39.

“I’m going to go with Raquel (Rodriguez). She is awesome. She is powerful,” said Kofi Kingston. 

Montez Ford predicts who will win the WWE Women’s Royal Rumble match in 2023

Former WWE RAW Tag Team Champion Montez Ford also appeared on the video. His first pick was Bianca Belair, but since she holds the championship right now, Montez went with Rhea Ripley. In case you didn’t know, the Street Profits team member is married to the reigning RAW Women’s Champion Bianca in real life.


“We got some little beef with her little anchovies but I would say Rhea is looking pretty decent right now. She’s got the total package. So I would definitely have to predict probably Rhea Ripley,” said Montez Ford. 

It will be interesting to see which female Superstar emerges victorious in the 2023 Royal Rumble match. Raquel Rodriguez and Rhea Ripley seem the favorites to win, but fans should not be surprised if someone like Becky Lynch, Asuka or Ronda Rousey wins the Rumble match again.

The show will air live from Texas on January 28. Fans can watch Royal Rumble live on the WWE Network.



Vinay Chhabria is a cricket and WWE enthusiast who supports Roman Reigns and Gujarat Titans. He has been following cricket for the last 15 years and WWE since 2016.

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