WWE Hall of Famer Road Dogg is a true veteran in professional wrestling, as he largely made a name for himself as part of D-Generation X in the 90s. He is also an expert at managing backstage roles in the company. He also worked extensively with Triple H and it appears he credited The Game for putting WWE Evolution’s together.
WWE Evolution was the first-ever female-only pay-per-view in the company’s history. It was held in 2018 and received a ton of pros from fans and Superstars alike. Afterwards, fans have been wondering whether a second Evolution pay-per-view will happen or not.
While speaking on his “Oh…You Didn’t Know?” podcast, Road Dogg was asked about whose idea it was to put Evolution together. Dogg credited Triple H for Evolution being put together.
“I think it was Hunter [Paul “Triple H” Levesque] and Stephanie [McMahon], but I always give them credit for stuff like that because they’ve always been hypersensitive to equality and equal representation and stuff like that,” James said. “I mean, look, under his ‘NXT’ stint down there, he’s done a lot of things for women’s wrestling. So I always give them the credit in my mind. I don’t actually know who said, ‘Hey, what if we did this?'”
We will have to wait and see whether Evolution 2 will become a reality, as fans and pro wrestlers alike feel a second event will certainly surpass the first in every single way.
What’s your take on what Road Dogg said? Did you enjoy Evolution? Let us know in the comments!