Stephanie McMahon recently spoke with The National while in Abu Dhabi for the start of the 2019 Special Olympics World Games this week, which is where she talked about a second WWE Evolution pay-per-view.
The first event took place on October 28, 2018, at the Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum, in Uniondale, New York. The daughter of WWE Chairman and CEO Vince McMahon made it known that she couldn’t confirm plans for another all-women’s event.
“We haven’t announced any plans yet for Evolution but we have a lot of things in the works right now,” Stephanie said. “One thing that is important to note with Evolution that it was our first ever all-women’s streaming special pay per view is that it trended #1 world wide for two and a half hours during the last game of the World Series and during NFL Sunday Night Football. Both huge audiences in the United States but it was WWE Evolution that was trending No 1.”
Following the first show, there was a feeling that the company would make it an annual show. However, the latest lineup for their PPV schedule didn’t have it listed.
Also, there’s been some rumors about WWE trying to convince the Saudi Arabian officials to have some female stars work their two events in the Kingdom this year. Those shows go down on Friday, May 3 and Friday, November 1.