This week’s episode of Monday Night RAW witnessed the historic announcement of the first ever WWE all-female Pay-Per-View (PPV) event – Evolution.
The announcement was made in the opening segment of RAW with the entire red brand’s roster and the women of SmackDown Live present on the entrance ramp. After praising the Women’s Revolution over the years, both Triple H and Vince McMahon paved the way for Stephanie McMahon to make the historic announcement.
As per the announcement, the women of WWE – Then, Now and Forever- will be a part of the first-ever all-women WWE Pay-Per-View on October 28, 2018. Although this is a major step for the WWE’s Women’s Revolution, some questions still lurk in the shadows. One such question is whether the Evolution PPV will be an annual event or not.
COO Paul “Triple H” Levesque recently addressed this question in an interview with Sky Sports. Here’s what Triple H said:
“It’s a question to be answered down the road. Do we need to have a women’s only event? No – just like we don’t need a men’s only event or anything else. I think that the opportunity is there whoever is the best, the most prominent box office attraction that is the main event.”
“It doesn’t matter if that’s RAW, Smackdown, NXT, WrestleMania. So can they have their own event? Can it be a mainstay? Yes, and if our fans want it and it’s the right thing then we’ll give it to them. The WWE universe will dictate to us what the approach is.”
“The Game” also talked about a number of other topics regarding Evolution; including what the real purpose of the Pay-Per-View is, other notable legends possibly appearing after the announcements of Trish Stratus and Lita, and much more. Read the full interview here.