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Stephanie McMahon could make several major announcements on RAW next week

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Stephanie McMahon might have made Baron Corbin the constable of Monday Night RAW to represent the Authority, but she's going to be back on television next week.

Whenever Stephanie rolls into town, it's clear that something big is going to go down and that seems to be the case for next week.

HISTORIC ANNOUNCEMENT

WWE's official Twitter account revealed that the commissioner of RAW was going to be in attendance on Monday to deliver a historic announcement.

Clearly, it didn't take too long for outlets to report on what the announcement could be - and it might not just be limited to one thing.

One criticism Stephanie has received is that she's always hogging the limelight when it comes to making groundbreaking women's announcements - so it's thought that it's going to be an important night for WWE's female superstars.

One of the rumours going right now is that Stephanie could announce an all-women pay-per-view down the line, something Wrestle Votes has revealed on their Twitter account, too.

PAY-PER-VIEW

They tweeted: "Stephanie McMahon to appear on RAW with a major announcement. It could be the announcement of the all Women’s PPV. Here are some exclusive details: It’s happening in September of this year. In Long Island, NY."

Many stars over the past year or so have claimed that an all-women pay-per-view isn't too far off.

It's thought that it could be created to tie in with the Susan G. Komen initiative.

TAG TEAM CHAMPIONSHIPS

Another popular rumour which seemed to have fizzled out over the past month was the introduction of Women's Tag Team Championships.

Once again, the rumours have reignited claiming that Stephanie is going to introduce new championships for the women, with BeltFanDan revealing on his Twitter account that the designs have now been completed.

He revealed on Twitter that the belts will feature white leather and look similar to the men's championships. However, there will be some female themed tweaks, such as females in gladiator helmets and could be defended across four brands, including NXT and NXT: UK.

In addition to this, Bryan Alvarez has discussed all of the above and more when he was speaking on Wrestling Observer Live this week.

He added that there have also been rumours of a Women's Intercontinental Championship being introduced.

According to Ringside News, he said: "Well, I don’t know what the announcement is going to be. I have no idea, but I can tell you that they’ve been discussing a bunch of ideas for the women.

"One of them being the all-women pay-per-view. One of them being combining the RAW and SmackDown titles so they’ll be one women’s title that will go brand to brand.”

“Another thing they’ve discussed is the creation of a Women’s Intercontinental title. So you’d have one travelling world champion and one travelling Intercontinental Champion. Or the idea of women’s tag team titles.”

It's safe to say, Monday is going to be a very exciting moment for female stars and the fans.

What do you think Stephanie McMahon is going to announce on Monday Night RAW? Have YOUR say in the comments section below.

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