Real reason why WWE have never held Evolution 2. Evolution was the first ever all female pay per view promoted by the WWE.
WWE Evolution was a historic WWE Pay Per View that only featured their female talent. The event was originally promoted as a house show but was eventually promoted as a pay per view consisiting solely of women’s matches. 7 matches took place on the main card while one occurred before the show.
The event was critically acclaimed with everyone praising the show for it’s matches, length and production. However, in almost three years since there is yet to be a second show revloving around the women.
Triple H recently claimed that having an all women’s PPV was not a must have. According to Dave Meltzer on the Wrestling Observer Radio there are certain business aspects that the Game chose not to speak about.
Real reason why WWE have never held Evolution 2
“It didn’t flop selling tickets, but it was tougher than most. The number of people who watched, and they promoted it hard, was still lower than most. It was not the worst that year, no, but it was on the low end.
“Their mentality is, ‘why add that pay-per-view when it wasn’t a big hit?’ but of the B-Shows, they pushed it harder than all of them. I mean they did so much promotion for that thing for it to be at a low level. For the promotion they put into it, it did not do well.”
“That’s what they’re looking at, so from their business perspective that’s how they see it. Other people think it’s just a cause and they should do it, because ‘I want them to do it.’”
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