The WWE’s women’s division as come a long way since the ’90s and early 2000s. Over the past decade, the WWE’s women’s division has undergone a remarkable transformation, emerging as a dominant force and a driving force behind the company’s success. It was no longer about just beauty pageants and swimsuit competitions, but rather about showcasing the in-ring talent of the women who competed.
Since then, WWE’s women’s division has seen a steady rise in popularity, with female talent like Charlotte Flair, Becky Lynch, and Bayley becoming household names and main eventing pay-per-view events. The WWE’s commitment to the division was further solidified in 2018 when it introduced the first-ever women’s Royal Rumble match.
But the real testament to the division’s growth and influence came in 2019, when Becky Lynch, nicknamed “The Man,” became the first woman to main event WrestleMania, the company’s biggest show of the year. This was a landmark moment, not just for the WWE’s women’s division, but for women in sports entertainment as a whole.
Ever since the women’s division has undergone this massive transformation, fans have been asking for an all-women’s Premium Live Event. While WWE held it’s first-ever all-women’s show in 2018 called WWE Evolution, it felt more like a special event than an actual Premium Live Event.
WWE Hall of Famer Road Dogg has now come out in support of the women’s division stating that there’s room in WWE for an all-women’s show on a recent Q&A episode of his Oh You Didn’t Know podcast.
“I think there’s room for an all-women’s show,” James said, “it’s just ‘who wants to buy that?’ in TV sales. There’s definitely enough talent to have a women’s two-hour show on [blahh] and it could be called [blahh]. I’m not sure what it would be called.”
Given WWE’s steadfast commitment to their women’s division, it should be long before they consider introducing an all-women’s Premium Live Event. It will be interesting to see when that happens. Stay tuned to Ringside News as we keep you updated on this story as it develops.
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