It will always be a milestone in her career as no one in the history of pro-wrestling has been able to do so in the past. Moving forward, the expectations are more from Saudi Arabia Govt.
As reported by ringsidenews.com, now that ‘they’ve opened that door it doesn’t appear that they will be stopping’, anytime soon. It means that there will be more matches for the women superstars in the middle-east country as they will continue visiting there for the next few years. As of now, the prediction is that there will be at least one match per global PPV event.
The Wrestling Observer Newsletter noted that it is in question that how many matches will be conducted in Saudi Arabia. But it’s almost sure that that there will at least be a women’s division match in this controversial country,
“They will no doubt have at least one [women’s] match at every show, but whether they would bring an entire crew as they did with the men, is an unknown.”
So there could be championship matches as per storyline progression, just like the other pay-per-view events around the USA. Holding Women’s Division matches in Saudi Arabia will gain more mainstream attention on behalf of the WWE, as well.
Previously, the speculation was that WWE had some fallouts with the Saudi Arabia sports authority regarding hosting this Women’s Division match. Rumor wise, a portion of the audience was not happy to see the female wrestlers competing.
However, the match did happen on the match card opening up doors for the future. For now, we’ll have to wait and see what further steps WWE would take to take forward the Women’s Evolution in Saudi Arabia.