WWE Announces First Ever All Female PPV Called 'Evolution'

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WWE continues to make history as it continues to push its huge women's division. During Monday Night Raw, Stephanie McMahon announced the company will host its first ever PPV featuring all women's matches.

The idea of an all-female PPV started when WWE had The Greatest Royal Rumble event in Saudi Arabia. Since that country does not allow females to compete, the event was only for the males.

WWE felt sorry that the females weren't allowed to compete in that event so this led to the announcement for a women's only PPV. The WWE Public Relations Twitter page revealed more additional details as seen below.

"Tonight on @WWE #Raw @VinceMcMahon @StephMcMahon and @TripleH announced the first ever all-women’s exclusive pay-per-view. #Evolution, will take place Sunday, October 28, 7 pm ET from NYCB LIVE, home of Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum in New York & stream live on @WWENetwork."

It's expected the event will have both Raw and Smackdown Women's Titles defended.

'Evolution' will also include the NXT Women's title on the line as well as the final to this year's Mae Young Classic. As of this moment, a women's tag-team title division has not been officially announced yet.

Evolution has been greeted with a lot of positive responses both from people working in the WWE as well as fans.

The event is sure to pack many of the big names in wrestling today including Ronda Rousey, Charlotte Flair, Sasha Banks, Ember Moon and more.

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