FORBES: WWE’s Most Under-Promoted Pay-Per-View Of 2018 Was Also Its Best

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https_blogs-images.forbes.comalfredkonuwafiles201810EvolutionCharlotteBeckyAs WWE Evolution neared bell time, the dominant consensus around the already cynical pro wrestling community was that WWE’s inaugural all-women’s pay-per-view was nothing more than a publicity stunt. This wasn’t a celebration of women’s wrestling in WWE as much as it was a dog-and-pony show designed to prop up public relations as the company prepares for a hotly contested trip to Saudi Arabia, where women will be banned from performing.

On both the Raw and SmackDown Live go-home shows, Evolution seemed to play second fiddle to the forthcoming Crown Jewel event in Saudi Arabia, which will feature the presumed crowning of a new Universal champion in addition to the return of Shawn Michaels as part of D-Generation X.

Though any cynicism surrounding Evolution is certainly warranted, one would have a hard time convincing the announced sell-out crowd (according to WWE) in the Nassau Coliseum that this show wasn’t historic … Read the Full Story HERE



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