WWE planned to hold two women’s PPVs in 2019
Dave Meltzer, Wrestling Observer journalist, has indicated in his most recent newsletter that WWE would have planned to make two exclusive women’s PPVs in 2019, even speculating that the next event could be called Queen of the Ring, the female version of the traditional championship man King of the Ring.
The reason it will take WWE to duplicate the programming of its exclusive women are the success of the Evolution event. The event not only when appearing enjoyed, but it reaped numbers and it is predicted that next year its next edition will be celebrated. It is likely that the Queen of the Ring will hold a tournament one of the superstars on the WWE women’s roster, even though it hasn’t been specified what kind of prize the winner will win.
WWE will not rule out holding additional events. There are something that would be recorded, considering the statements of WWE superstars, plans to launch the tag team championship and for this show, notably the statements by Bayley and Sasha Banks on Monday Night Raw. The foundation of the WWE women’s tag team continues to grow and it’s planned that NXT superstars such as Kairi Sane Nikki Cross or Shayna Baszler will be promoted to the roster in 2019. WWE will have more options to make displays for women.
On the other hand, it seems that the notion of confronting men is removed from the plans of WWE. The business has many problems to execute this sort of struggle, and among them is that the staging on television along with its content PG. Triple H broke away from this idea in recent statements.