WWE Evolution is happening this Sunday, and regardless of how you feel about the go-home shows, it’s hard to deny that this is a big deal. Since WWE is probably looking for some good PR right now, they’ll probably hope to do some good here. But we’re not here to discuss what that good could possibly be. In fact, we’re here to do the opposite.
What;s the worst that could possibly happen at Evolution?
This Sunday, Ronda Rousey defends her Raw Women’s Championship against a challenger she’s never faced before: Nikki Bella. While many people are expecting Rousey to steamroll through Bella at Evolution, it would certainly be foolish to count out Nikki Bella.
What if, after a grueling, 25 minute match, full of near falls and false finishes, Nikki Bella hits her finisher out of nowhere and pins Ronda Rousey clean in the middle of the ring? How crazy would that be?
Nikki then proceeds to go on a part-time schedule, with her next title defense scheduled for the Royal Rumble. Meanwhile, she appears on Total Divas, Total Bellas, and whatever awards shows and stuff she attends wearing the Raw Women’s Championship. There’s even a special episode of Total Bellas dedicated to Nikki winning the title.
Meanwhile, Ronda Rousey tags with Sasha Banks and Bayley and fights the Riott Squad for the next three months, and then challenges Bella for the title again at the Royal Rumble. She wins the title, only for Bella to win the Women’s Rumble, and the two end their feud at Wrestlemania.
Nikki Bella wins.
Becky Lynch and Charlotte Flair have been embroiled in a bitter rivalry ever since Summerslam. Regardless of whether you agree with the alignments and stuff, it’s hard to deny the character growth shown by both these women, especially Lynch. It seems that at Evolution, this rivalry will come to an end. After all, the first ever all Women’s PPV would be a perfect time to end such a heated feud. But what if it didn’t end at Evolution?
It’s not unprecedented for a Last Man Standing match to end in a draw. It’s happened at least five times. Heck, the first ever Last Man Standing match ended in a draw. But I digress.
Anyway, the match is brutal and violent, like a last man standing match should be. At one point, Charlotte lays out Lynch on to the Spanish announce table, and then performs a Moonsault from the turnbuckle onto Lynch. Fans applaud and chant “this is awesome” for approximately seven seconds before realizing neither woman is getting up. The referee counts to ten, and rules the match as a draw.
The two women continue to ambush and brawl with each other until Lynch loses the title on a random episode of Smackdown to end the feud.
At Evolution, several women will compete in a battle royal, with the winner getting a future title opportunity down the line. Not only will several current women superstars be in the battle royal, but several former superstars and legends will be returning to the ring.
A lot of eyes will be on this match, because no one really minds a battle royal. They’re inoffensive, harmless fun. It’s just a bit more confusing for the women because every time they get knocked down, they leave the ring. It’s confusing. But that’s not really a big deal.
But what if, at Evolution, before the match begins, R-Truth’s music hits, and he rushes to the ring. Referees try to stop him, but he won’t budge, so they just shrug and start the match. All the women beat him up and he rolls out of the ring.
Nearly seven minutes later, it’s down to Carmella and Asuka. Carmella proves she is the superior athlete and eliminates Asuka. She celebrates, but then R-Truth re-enters the ring and throws Carmella over the top rope. Truth’s music hits, and he starts dancing.
On the next episode of Smackdown, he faces AJ Styles for the WWE Championship and wins.