With that being said, let's take a look at five takeaways from the March 12 edition of WWE Raw.
After the first ever Women's Royal Rumble and Elimination Chamber matches, WWE is taking the women's division a step further.
No word yet on how many women will compete in the over-the-top battle royal, but the video package announcing the match did indicate that women from every WWE brand would be allowed to compete. Women are getting opportunities they have never gotten before and that trend will carry over into this year's WrestleMania.
Asuka is already locked in for a women's title match at WrestleMania 34, and it appears she'll challenge Charlotte Flair for the SmackDown Live Championship. This is a ideal move to allow the women on the roster that won't be in singles or tag matches a spot on the card and continues the women's evolution and what it stands for.
The Andre The Giant Memorial Battle Royal was introduced back at WrestleMania 30, with Cesaro, Big Show, Baron Corbin and Mojo Rawley winning the four Andre The Giant trophies.
"Fabulous Moolah Memorial Battle Royal" is named after WWE Hall of Famer Fabulous Moolah.
The women's evolution is advancing more and more all the time, so it only makes sense to add a battle royal of significance to women on the grandest stage of them all.