While WWE’s first ever All Women’s PPV Evolution did not have much hype and people had low hopes for the show, it turned out to be one of the best events of the year.
Evolution had some great matches like the Last Women Standing match between Becky Lynch and Charlotte Flair and some even called it the best WWE PPV of 2018.
During a recent interview with Newsweek, Raw Commissioner Stephanie McMahon talked about the show and said that it can become an annual event:
“In terms of the Women’s Evolution in the WWE, if it’s a success like we know it will be, this can absolutely become an annual event. We can do anything we want to do. I hope for Evolution 2, Mae Young Classic 3, women’s programming on the network, main eventing Wrestlemania, and true gender parity and equality in our roster.””
Continuing on the topic, Stephanie said that they need to grow their roster more and reach out to all these women who are an unsung hero over the world.
Though as we noted before, while Evolution ended up being a critically acclaimed show, it didn’t actually sell out as claimed by the company so it’s hard to say if the Officials actually considered it a success as McMahon claims.