Charlotte Flair On A Potential Second All Women's Pay Per View Event
Charlotte Flair
Charlotte Flair. Image Credits: Twitter
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Charlotte Flair On A Potential Second All Women’s Pay Per View Event

Former nine times WWE Women’s champion a two times NXT Women’s Champion Charlotte Flair recently talked about a potential all women’s pay per view event. Three years ago WWE organised all women’s pay per view event called Evolution. Talks are going on that WWE may organize a second all women’s pay per view event potentially named Evolution 2.

From the very beginning of her career, she had been pretty impressive. She spent her first three years of WWE in the NXT. In 2015 she came to the main roster of WWE as a part of the women’s revolution started by Stephanie McMahon on the same year. Since then she ran faster than almost everyone in the women’s division of WWE.

Charlotte Flair
Charlotte Flair. Image Credits: Twitter

Charlotte Flair On A Potential Second All Women’s Pay Per View Event

She is the only woman in WWE who won a NXT title while being a part of the main roster. Right now she is having an interesting feud with Rhea Ripley for the WWE Raw Women’s Championship and if she wins the title this time it will be her 10th WWE Women’s Title combining both RAW and Smackdown Women’s Championship.

Charlotte Flair
Charlotte Flair. Image Credits: Twitter

Charlotte Flair recently spoke to Bleacher Report where she talked about a potential all women pay per view event which may be named Evolution 2. He said;

“I think [another Evolution is] more of a when [than an if], but I get asked this question a lot. Would an all-women’s show be great? Yes. Would another all-women’s pay-per-view be great? Yes. But I’m in the mindset that I want to be on the card with men.

Charlotte Flair
Charlotte Flair. Image Credits: Twitter

“I want to be on the card where there’s eight matches and I want to be the best of the night no matter the gender. I don’t need an all-women’s show or an all-women’s pay-per-view to highlight my performance or skill or being a lady wrestler. No. I want to prove, no matter man or woman, I am the best. I think it’s great, but I don’t need an all-women’s show to show I’m a great wrestler.”

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