Fans worldwide expressed their excitement after hearing this. A large part of the fan base wants Evolution to be reformed.
To give a clear picture on Evolution, it was a stable formed by Triple H, Ric Flair, Randy Orton and Batista in the year of 2003. It was a very famous heel stable of Monday Night Raw and it dominated World Wrestling Entertainment till 2005.
Randy Orton was taken out of the stable in 2004 when he defeated Chris Benoit to become the youngest World Heavyweight champion at SummerSlam. Later, in 2005, Batista decided to quit Evolution when he won the Royal Rumble match and decided to go against the World Heavyweight champion Triple H at WrestleMania 21. They never formed into allies after that.
This is the first time in nine years that three of the four members of the Evolution are working as a team. And this would be the best time to reunite them and reform the Evolution.
Kane is the ideal man to join the New Evolution. If you remember the week before Kane was unmasked for the first time, Triple H offered him to join the Evolution. That incident can be shown and used here to add Kane into the frame.
I would say, it would be better if they replace Ric Flair with the director of operations Kane. The big red machine is currently doing a great job as a heel and an authority member and he would be quite interesting to be a member of the new Evolution.
There are other options too to make things more interesting like adding John Cena into the frame. But this time John Cena has to play heel. Fans are not enjoying him at all. Only a heel Cena can make things interesting. And if he joins the New Evolution things would turn much more interesting.
It would be very interesting to see where the storyline turns right now. The Shield’s betrayal is a very good idea and as Daniel Bryan has teamed up with them, this is the best time to reform the Evolution.
All the possibilities are indicating towards the reformation of the Evolution. And if everything goes into the right direction, WWE would become very much interesting again.