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Charlotte Flair Talks About A Second WWE Evolution Pay-Per-View

During an interview to celebrate WWE’s recent move to BT Sport!

Back in 2018, WWE hosted their first-ever all women's pay-per-view, Evolution. The show earned rave reviews in the wrestling world and one of the headline matches, Becky Lynch vs. Charlotte Flair in a Last Woman Standing match, was touted as a match of the year candidate.

Since the event, many wrestling fans have been clamouring for a second Evolution, and both Triple H and Stephanie McMahon have confirmed they are looking to host the event again in the future, but couldn't do so in 2019 because they didn't feel like they had the time.

As part of WWE's celebration for moving to BT Sport, Jack King sat down with both Charlotte Flair and Andrade, in which he asked The Queen Of WWE if she would like to see another Evolution pay-per-view. Flair said she would be excited if the show happened, but that "it's not necessarily a negative if it doesn't happen again." The 10-time Women's champion instead wants to be on the same card as the men's roster so she can prove she's the best in the business, regardless of gender.



Flair said: "I thought the first Evolution was such a success and it was really fun to see the past, the present, and technically the future from NXT altogether on one card in one night. But if it doesn’t happen again...Personally, for me, I always want to be on the card where the entire men’s roster is on it because I want to go, 'I had the best match, male or female.' So to me, it's not necessarily a negative if it doesn’t happen again, but if it does happen again I think it's so exciting."

BT Sport is now the exclusive home for WWE programming in the UK. For more information, visit the BT Sport WWE website.

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