A "leaked" match line-up for WWE Evolution has been doing the rounds on social media. Be warned, there are potential spoilers ahead.
On October 28, 2018, WWE will stage an all-female PPV for the first time in the company's history, Evolution. Stephanie McMahon proudly made the announcement on Raw a while ago, flanked by Vince McMahon and Triple H, revealing that the show will play host to more than 50 different female Superstars, past and present.
Cramming that many wrestlers into one show will be a tall order, especially since only two matches have been announced so far and both of them are singles bouts. Alexa Bliss versus a returning Trish Stratus was the first matchup added to the card, and since then it has also been announced that Mickie James will renew pleasantries with her old rival, and WWE Hall Of Famer, Lita.
There have been rumors about some of the other matches that might be taking place at Evolution, and this week an entire match card was leaked on social media. Whether it is legitimate or not is anyone's guess, but it does feature matches that would make sense and also has over 50 women included on the card. If you don't want the line-up of the event to be potentially spoiled, then we suggest you look away now.
Some sites have published this “leaked” line up for the upcoming @WWE Women’s Evolution PPV, if this is legit, Iooks to be pretty good. #wwe #prowrestling #wwenetwork #womensevolution #evolution pic.twitter.com/m3CSc7VX6w— Tony Fury (@RealTonyFury) September 11, 2018
The Raw, SmackDown, and NXT Women's Championships will be on the line, but that's not all when it comes to gold. Rhea Ripley will also be defending her NXT UK Women's Title, according to the card, and a set of Women's Tag Titles will be introduced on the show. The card also reveals the finalists of the Mae Young Classic, that Melina and Ivory will return for matchups, and also that Nikki Bella will be the one to challenge Ronda Rousey for the Raw Women's Championship.
If the card above is what happens at WWE Evolution on October 28 then we will be extremely happy. If history is anything to go by, however, WWE does not plan this far ahead when it comes to any shows. It is entirely possible that the card above is a legitimate but preliminary one. Anything can happen between now and then, so real or not, that card is subject to change.