With the big announcement on Monday Night RAW last night that WWE will hold its first ever all-women’s pay-per-view, Evolution, on October 28th from the Nassau Coliseum in Uniondale, New York (read about that here), WWE’s Chief Brand Officer Stephanie McMahon spoke with Sky Sports for a Q&A on the event.
Among the topics discussed were the rumors about the company possibly introducing Women’s Tag Team Titles at the event, something that members of the WWE Universe have clamored for, to which Stephanie responded:
“Not quite yet, but that’s absolutely something we’ve heard loud and clear from our fan base and it’s something we’re keen on implementing as soon as we are able to.”
Stephanie would also speak about the chances of wrestling at Evolution herself, plus much more which you can read here.
EA’s Take: I think I just heard the collective groan from the WWE Universe. I’m still against Women’s Tag Titles for reasons I’ve stated numerous times now. It’s funny to me that all these fans who piss and moan about WWE’s booking, creative and everything else are the same ones who want Women’s Tag Championships. So let me get this straight…you don’t like how the company books the women, gripe when they don’t get enough time on television (usually on SmackDown Live because it’s only two hours), complain about their storylines or wonder why sometimes there’s only one angle for them at a time, generally revolving around the RAW/SmackDown Women’s Title, but you want them to ADD another championship and believe it will be different? Okay. Good luck with that. Unless the women are getting their own show, I want no part of this. Why don’t we give the Cruiserweights their own Tag Titles if anything? At least they have their own, exclusive TV show.
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