Though it's an undeniably transparent consolation prize for the WWE women's roster that they get their own PPV mere days before WWE heads to Saudi Arabia for Crown Jewel - to which they're not invited - Evolution in fact turned out to be one of the most consistent main roster shows of the year so far.
There weren't any stinkers at all among the seven-match card, and while WWE could've just cynically slapped the show together with minimal effort and imagination, they delivered three must-see matches, one of which can stake a claim for being the strongest main roster women's match in years.
Not everything was great, sure, but there weren't any bizarro two-minute squash matches and only one particularly frustrating finish across the card.
If Evolution is going to become an annual PPV fixture, as it absolutely should, then this was a remarkable calling card for the future. And who knows, perhaps fans might even get treated to a few women-centric shows every year. One can hope...
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