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Would you watch another WWE all-women's pay-per-view event?

WWE fans are upset that the women's division didn't get enough exposure during WWE Raw Reunion. Some fans are even calling for a second Evolution, the all-women's pay-per-view that aired last October. Women have become even more popular in the WWE and the company needs to put on another Evolution to show their support. However, the engagement numbers on YouTube after the event were low and the event failed to sell out. The WWE might not want to invest in it. What do you want? 🤼

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It's always one step forward and two steps back for the WWE. The company may have had WWE Evolution, the all-women pay-per-view event,  last year, but it failed to give the women's division any substantial air time during WWE Raw Union. The women's division remains one of the most popular, but they can't seem to get their shot for more exposure.

The WWE needs to give the fans another Evolution-type pay-per-view. People loved it last year. If they did another one, fans will surely come out to watch!

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People like to remember the last WWE Evolution like it was the greatest event ever, but in reality, it wasn't as epic as fans wanted it to be and the numbers show it.

According to Brian Mazique at Forbes, engagement on YouTube trailed behind some Raw and Smackdown shows and the event itself did not sell out. Having an all-women's pay-per-view is a great idea, but if the fans aren't turning out for it, there's no need to bother with another one.

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