Triple H & Stephanie McMahon were recently interviewed by ESPNwhere they discussed the historic announcement of the first ever all-women’s pay-per-view event, known as “Evolution.”

They discussed the advancement of women’s wrestling, females not being able to perform at the Greatest Royal Rumble event, their vision for the event and more.

Below are some highlights from the interview:

On being able to announce events for the advancement of Women’s Wrestling:

“It’s an honor beyond description to be the one who gets to make these announcements,” said McMahon to ESPN. “To announce the first ever all-women Royal Rumble match, and now the first ever all-women pay-per-view. To be able to honor the memories and legacies of all of those women who have paved the way — many of whom I knew personally, and a lot of them around the world I don’t — [and] to represent them and this shared passion in what we do and what we love and what we’re all capable of, to me, it really demonstrates this moment of equality, not only for them, but for all of the young girls and women around the world.”

Stephanie McMahon announces WWE Evolution: Raw, July 23, 2018

On this being a response to women not being able to perform in Saudi Arabia at the Great Royal Rumble:

“Let’s take the Saudi Arabia show off the table, and let’s just say it never happened — would anybody question that they deserve this opportunity?” Levesque asked. “To me, it’s a ridiculous statement, the timing of it.

“You cannot effect change in a region that, culturally, is trying to change, you cannot help them affect that change without being there.”

On their vision for the event:

“What’s awesome about this pay-per-view event is that it’s being treated the same as every other pay-per-view, because we believe in it so much,” McMahon said. “It has the creative writing team. It has all of our live events production, talent relations — all of the different departments that go into making every pay-per-view a success are behind this pay-per-view.

“In terms of my role, I’m going to do everything I can to make it as big and as successful as it can possibly be. I’m hoping, at any rate, that this is going to be the WrestleMania of the women’s division.”

They also discuss who we can expect to see at the event and more.

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