On Raw Stephanie McMahon declared that on October 28th at the Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum, in Uniondale, New York there will be the first all-female PPV. Before I dive into this, I’d like to congratulate the woman on this achievement. They’ve come a long way over the last few years.
Anyway, the fact that this will be a whole female event increases the rumours of there being a Tag Team Championships for Raw and Smackdown. Also, the fact that Bayley and Sasha Banks are no longer feuding and are now best friends again makes this a bigger rumour than before. The introduction of these Tag Team belts will help teams such as the Riott Squad, Absolution and Billie Kay and Peyton Royce find their feet on the main roster.
However, in my opinion, there are not enough women on the roster to do this and I’m not a fan of having so many belts on a show. The inclusion of these belts would increase PPV timings due to more matches as there are more matches to be done. Bearing in mind that WWE ratings have decreased since elongating their shows this addition would make the ratings even lower and make it tougher for the casual fan to stay interested.
The only way to make this work is to make all PPV’s gender specific. However, this would cause an uproar among many fans no doubt about it. We’ll see where WWE take this and I’ll be right on it because I am really interested how WWE sort this out!
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One reply on “Does The Announcement of WWE Evolution confirm Woman’s tag team Championships?”
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It’s a possibility but maybe not now. As much as I love the women and the work they do the sad truth is that I doubt they can have a great PPV alone.
They can provide a great match or two, but not sure about 7 or 8. A lot of people will be looking Vince being the first one.
There’s a huge weight on their shoulders. It’s a go big or go home thing.