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Stephanie McMahon Confirms More All-Female WWE Events After Evolution Success

Stephanie McMahon all but confirmed that there will be more all-female PPVs in WWE before Evolution had even started.

After months of teasing and anticipation, WWE Evolution finally took place this past Sunday. The first ever all-female PPV in the company's history. The show featured the majority of WWE's current stars and also women who helped pave the way for them. The likes of Trish Stratus, Lita, Michelle McCool, and Alundra Blayze.

If you watched Evolution on Sunday night then you will know that it delivered. Some fans were skeptical as the build to the show got lost in the shuffle a little. With Super Show-Down, SmackDown 1000, and Crown Jewel all happening around the same time, that's pretty understandable. However, despite a lack of build, it did not disappoint. We are already looking forward to the next one, and it seems as if there will be a next one.

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Before Evolution had even begun, WWE posted a video of Cathy Kelley interviewing Stephanie McMahon. You can check it out in its ten-minute entirety below. During the interview, Kelley asks McMahon if she thinks there will be more all-female WWE PPVs in the future. The Raw commissioner replied, "I think that if tonight’s event is what we all hope and know it will be, then we will absolutely see that this is the first of many to come."

Suffice to say, the show was everything we hoped it would be. Ronda Rousey versus Nikki Bella exceeded expectation, Toni Storm showed what she's capable of on a big stage, and Charlotte Flair and Becky Lynch put on a match of the year candidate. We would love to see another all-female PPV in the future. Hopefully, WWE makes Evolution an annual event.

What we don't hope is that in typical WWE fashion, the company gives us so much of it that we end up sick of it. We don't need Evolution to happen every single month. We also don't need them to go to Saudi Arabia twice a year but that's another topic entirely. An annual, all-female PPV would be perfect. The Superstars who competed on Sunday have certainly set the perfect foundation for that.

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