The imminent return of Michelle McCool was accidentally spoiled by the Barclays Center when she was shown on the big screen on Saturday night.
WWE Evolution is coming and even though there is still SummerSlam and at least one other WWE PPV to come between now and then, it is still getting a lot of attention. That's naturally because of the historical significance of the event. Evolution will be the first all-female PPV in WWE history.
We already know that Beth Phoenix will be returning to the event, and also that Trish Stratus will be competing. A match between her and Alexa Bliss was revealed via the big screen at NXT TakeOver: Brooklyn on Saturday night, and shortly after that WWE officially announced the massive news to the rest of the world via WWE.com. That's not the only thing that was revealed though.
According to PWInsider, a picture of Michelle McCool on an Evolution graphic was also shown to those in attendance at the Barclays Center, however, at the time of typing this, it looks like that might have been a mistake. While the Bliss versus Stratus news was officially announced later in the evening, WWE has maintained radio silence over the possible return of McCool.
Even though the news seems to have been revealed by accident, McCool playing a part in WWE Evolution probably won't come as a massive surprise to most fans. The former Divas' Champion competed in the first-ever women's Royal Rumble match earlier this year and not only did she clearly enjoy being back in the ring, but she looked as if she hadn't missed a step. However, if she is going to be part of a singles match at Evolution, it will be her first in more than seven years.
Again, despite Evolution still being more than two months out, it is already shaping up to be quite the event. Fans were informed during the initial announcement of the PPV that over 50 women will be involved in the show. Not only will that show include Stratus vs Bliss, but every WWE Women's Championship will be on the line, including NXT's, and it will also play host to the final of the Mae Young Classic. Not an event to be missed by anyone's standards.