WWE first ran an Evolution show in 2018 and it was a rousing success.
An all-woman show, they tore the house down at the Nassau Coliseum in New York, putting on a show that featured a raft of genuinely spectacular matches.
Every woman’s belt in the company was on the line on the card, including the NXT UK and NXT Women’s Championships, while we also saw Trish Stratus and Lita return to the ring to take on Mickie James and Alicia Fox.
The main event saw Ronda Rousey beat Nikki Bella, successfully defending her RAW Women’s Championship, but perhaps the best match of the night came in the semi-main as Becky Lynch battled Charlotte Flair.
The two had a Last Woman Standing match for the SmackDown Women’s Championship and the Lass Kicker came out victorious.
Now, it appears that there is set to be a sequel in the offing.
Of course, both Becky and Ronda are currently away from the company but, nevertheless, it seems as though plans are accelerating.
Sportskeeda reports that sources within the company have said that WWE is exploring the possibility of a new Evolution show.
Of course, given the current Coronavirus pandemic, the show is likely to be staged behind closed doors as the Performance Center, much like WrestleMania.
Many figures within the company are said to believe that such an event is a “no-brainer”, given the goodwill it often generates.
And female figures within the company are pushing for it to happen, meaning we could get another all-woman spectacular before the year is out.
Amid the chaos caused by the global pandemic and the havoc wreaked on the wrestling schedule, it would certainly be a morale-booster for the women who bust their guts every single night in the ring.
And the fans would surely love it too; get it in our eyeballs!News Now - Sport News