Why WWE hasn't held second Evolution event

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Why WWE hasn't held second Evolution event

In recent years, WWE has become the protagonist of a huge battle to bring out all the importance and skill of its female athletes, with many of them who over the years had been mistreated and snubbed by the public, who saw them only as fillers and not as real athletes capable of putting on a great pro-wrestling show, like male colleagues.

Even the WWE for many years has treated its female Superstars as simple Pillow Fight fighters, given that the public response has always been very high in this sense, but in recent years, also thanks to the great in-ring talents such as those of Charlotte Flair, Becky Lynch, Sasha Banks, Alexa Bliss, Bayley, Asuka and many others, the Stamford-based company wanted to stage the famous Women's Revolution, with its Divas that since 2015 are now called Superstar, just like men.

After the revolution obtained by the women's sector of the company, the leadership of the federation led by Stephanie McMahon, also wanted to stage what was to be only the first chapter of a ppv entirely composed of women, or the famous WWE Evolution, which was staged on 28 October 2018 and which should have been followed by other editions of the all-female PPV, which to date, 16 November 2020, however, has never happened.

The initial idea of the WWE, before it swooped into the pandemic situation, was that Evolution would occasionally return to the company's rings, not every year precisely, but still there should be new chapters in the company's female saga.

Update on WWE Evolution

According to what was revealed by the well-known site Ringside News, already the first edition of Evolution was born as a simple house show, with the WWE which then turned it into a ppv, something that could not happen now with the current situation, which would not allow the WWE to stage no live event, except from the ThunderDome in Orlando, as all kinds of gatherings are still prohibited in the USA.

According to reports from the journalists of the overseas site, WWE will not hold a second edition of the all-female PPV if important female Superstars such as Charlotte Flair, Ronda Rousey and Becky Lynch and above all WWE will not broadcast Evolution until it returns.

the audience in its arenas, so as to make the show something truly special. Sasha Banks won the WWE SmackDown Women's Championship from Bayley at Hell in a Cell last month, after a near year-long storyline between the two.

Over the past few months, Sasha and Bayley's storyline has become one of the most talked about on WWE, with the two women taking centre stage on SmackDown during the pandemic. But with such high expectations from fans, the pressure was on for them to deliver an epic Hell in a Cell match and they definitely succeeded.