WWE’s First Ever All Women PPV

WWE Will Host First All Female Superstar PPV Event History will be made on Sunday evening in New York when for the first time ever, the WWE hosts a...

WWE Will Host First All Female Superstar PPV Event

History will be made on Sunday evening in New York when for the first time ever, the WWE hosts a women’s only PPV event.

The event will feature WWE female superstars from past, present and future, in an event that is unmissable. WWE Evolution will see a variety of matches including a battle royal, two championship matches and a few tag team matches.

There will be superstars from yesteryear competing including Hall of Famer’s Trish Stratus, Lita and Alundra Blayze. Stratus and Lita were rivals throughout the 90’s and early 00’s, they even competed in the first ever main event between two women at a PPV. It is widely believed that the women’s revolution within wrestling would not have been possible without the efforts of the women.

WWE Evolution is a sign of how far female wrestling has came, especially since the days of bikini and pillow fights in the early 00’s. In 2016, the Divas Championship was removed, and replaced with the WWE Women’s Championship, with company chief brand officer Stephanie McMahon stating that: “women are no longer to be referred to as divas, they are superstars, the same as the men.”

The whole revolution kick-started in 2015 after a women’s tag match last for no longer than one minute, prompting fans to post the ‘#GiveDivasAChance’ hashtag. This reached a worldwide audience and trended for the next week.

Triple H, the WWE’s Executive Vice President of Talent Relations has a big share in the movement, with his development brand of NXT placing women as a vital part of the brand, with at least one NXT Take Over event headlined by women. Since then, NXT talent such as Bayley, Charlotte Flair, Sasha Banks and Becky Lynch have all gone on to main event weekly shows Raw and Smackdown.

The main match on the card includes former UFC champion, and now WWE Women’s Champion Ronda Rousey competing against Nikki Bella. While, Becky Lynch will defend her championship against Charlotte Flair.

This weekends show will be a spectacle and will replicate just how far the women have come in the business. WWE Evolution begins at 7pm ET.

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