Evolution of pay-per-view for women, Evolution, showed the incredibly talented female superstars of WWE. The event was so well received by fans and WWE executives expect it to give them more opportunities in the future.
"In terms of the Evolution of Women in the WWE, if it's a success as we know, it will be quite an annual event," said Stephanie McMahon, Brand Director of the WWE. New week.
The run-down event at the Nassau Coliseum on Long Island highlighted more than 30 women from WWE's past and present, as it gave the fans four title matches with eight competitors in their individual brands.
While Monday Night RAW, SmackDown Live, NXT, NXT UK and Mae Young Classic were well represented, she believes more can be done. While she did not move when asked about women's label titles, she believes that more women's wrestling content is in the company's future.
"There is so much we can do with women in WWE, we need to continue to grow our list, to continue to reach all these women who are unknown heroes all over the world." Many were able to perform at the Mae Young Classic and show everyone what they got. and they steal the show at all times, "McMahon said." We can do whatever we want to do. "I look forward to Evolution 2, Mae Young Classic 3, women's network programming, Wrestlemania's main event and true parity and gender equality on our list."
WWE Evolution can be broadcast at any time on the WWE Network.