WWE is apparently throwing around the idea of having two all-female PPVs in 2019. Evolution once again, and also Queen Of The Ring.
The women of WWE pulling off firsts and stealing shows has become so commonplace that it isn't news anymore. There have been times very recently where we have been watching Raw and SmackDown Live and wondered what those shows would be without their respective women's divisions. Anything involving the likes of Becky Lynch and Ronda Rousey is basically unmissable right now.
So what's left for WWE's women to accomplish? Well, headline WrestleMania is a big one, and one that might well happen at WrestleMania 35 in just a few months time. A number of Superstars, including the two mentioned above, have proved that they have the star power to fill that slot. They can also build on Evolution, the first ever all-female PPV in WWE history.
Lynch and co might do that by not only having Evolution for a second time but also through a second all-female PPV on WWE's calendar. The Wrestling Observer is reporting that not only is Evolution likely to become a permanent annual fixture, but that WWE might even add a second women's show to the schedule in 2019. Early indications are that it could revolve around a Queen Of The Ring tournament.
"An idea being talked about for 2019 would be a Queen of the Ring tournament with the main roster women," reported The Observer this week. WWE already stages one women's tournament, the Mae Young Classic, but that exclusively features NXT Superstars and wrestlers who are not signed to the company. A Queen Of The Ring tournament would likely be for the women of Raw and SmackDown Live.
Following the success of Evolution back in October of this year, we are all for more of the same in 2019. The PPV was one of the best of the year and further proved how talented WWE's female roster is from top to bottom right now. If WWE does stage a Queen Of The Ring tournament in 2019, we ask just one thing. That whoever wins doesn't get slapped with a terrible royalty gimmick as has been the case with some of the winners of King Of The Ring.