WWE Evolution is set to be the first all-women’s WWE PPV in history. With Alexa Bliss vs. Trish Stratus and the finale of the Mae Young Classic already confirmed for the event, the show is beginning to heat up.

The show is set to take place at the Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum in Uniondale, New York. This has led many people to wonder why WWE didn’t book the Madison Square Garden venue for the event. Given the news in relation to the G1 Supercard, one would have assumed WWE would choose that venue.

@xXCharlestonXx on Twitter asked Dave Meltzer why WWE isn’t having the event in such an iconic place and instead having it in the Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum. This led Meltzer to explain that it was likely WWE just couldn’t get the date they wanted, as the venue is popular and heavily booked.


WWE Evolution is set to air on October 28, 2018, and will feature competitors from RAW, SmackDown Live, NXT and NXT UK. In addition to Stratus being involved in the event, it is being reported that WWE Hall of Famers Lita and Beth Phoenix are set to take part in the event in some fashion.

Are you looking forward to Evolution? What match would you like to see? Let us know in the comments down below.

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