Reports were available earlier this year that the all-women PPV event Evolution is not happening. The show that received major success in 2018 will be dealing with the major absence of the main-eventer name of Ronda Rousey. Alongside her, another big name Nikki Bella will also not be available since doctors have medically barred her from competing inside the ring.
However, Triple H is still hopeful that Evolution PPV can still happen. He was one of the key figures that took the responsibility of putting together the first-ever all-women under the WWE banner. He appeared in an interview with DigitalSpy this week. The Game believes it can happen as 2019 has been such a transitional year with WWE. So anything is possible as per his below comments,
“(Evolution) is still on the table, still up in the air as to what will happen and what will go down. I think it might be a little bit of a delay from when we would have liked to have done it, just because there’s only seven days in a week and 24 hours in the day. There’s only so much we can accomplish and have it be done correctly. You don’t want to half-ass it.”
It was Ronda Rousey whose presence was the sole reason behind the Wrestlemania main event. She has also been the key person in putting up the all-women PPV Evolution back in October 2018. We expected this one to come back in the WWE calendar which has not been the case. This woman has been in an ‘impregnation vacation’ since April of this year which reportedly caused a massive change in planning, throughout the entire year.
— Ronda Rousey (@RondaRousey) October 6, 2019
The general idea was that WWE may announce something about the second Evolution pay-per-view around October. The male superstars will get the Crown Jewel show in Saudi Arabia to settle their grudges but there won’t be any separate shows for the females. They’ll have to wait until Survivor Series until getting a PPV spotlight. Return of Sasha Banks has generated the possibility following Summerslam, too. However, there’s still no recent update available on the much-anticipated show.