The WWE Women’s Revolution brought a lot of big steps for the company. They’re not done breaking ground just yet.
While speaking to Yahoo Sports, Triple H was asked about the possibility of women main eventing a TakeOver special in the future. Women main evented WWE’s WrestleMania and it only stands to reason that NXT should be getting one soon.
“It’s a funny thing when people ask how I feel about the women headlining,” Levesque said. “When I look at the TakeOvers, I look at where it lays out from a storyline standpoint, that’s really all I look at. It’s about the overall card, but also what is causing the buzz in the moment.”
“When you look at WrestleMania last year, Becky Lynch, Ronda Rousey and Charlotte Flair were the main event because they were in a position where they had the most buzz. They got the most TV time and the most push only because that was the reaction of the crowd. We sort of are following [the crowd], not vice-versa, in the reactions.”
“To me, it’s not a man, woman thing, not a tag team or singles title thing, not anything else. Whatever the biggest storyline and whatever has the most emotional connection is what I want to see in that last spot. You don’t put the biggest battle scene in the middle of the movie and then taper it off toward the end. You want to approach this that way.”
Women already main evented a TakeOver special as Bayley beat Sasha Banks 3 falls to 2 in an Iron Woman match in 2015. That doesn’t mean that the current NXT women’s division isn’t deserving of a similar opportunity.