Triple H recently opened up about a potential all-women’s show or brand in WWE.
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The former WWE star, Mickie James recently revealed that she had pitched an all-women’s brand to the company, but they had denied.
But that idea was favoured by NWA owner Billy Corgan and the company is set to host an all-women’s pay-per-view in August and Mickie James will be in the role of executive producer. WWE ‘Final Cut’ Of 2021 Firings Leaks
The Game had joined on Thursday’s NXT TakeOver media call had was questioned by Gary Cassidy of Inside The Ropes about a potential all-women’s show by WWE and whether WWE or NXT talent will be allowed to appear on Mickie’s show.
Here is what HHH had to say about it:
“Haven’t we already done them? It’s a funny thing to me. Equality is equality. Equality is not ‘I want my own show.’ Equality is not ‘we have to have our own program.’ If I told you that I was making an all men’s program and didn’t want women on it, it would be criticized. I’m not saying that’s right or wrong. I think it’s funny when people go, ‘I want the best in the world regardless of contractual status.’ From a business standpoint, why do we have contractual status? It doesn’t make any sense. If you want to wrestle the best women in the world, come to WWE. That’s where they are. If you want to go elsewhere and say that they are, that’s an opinion, and you can. I’m all for it and one of the biggest drivers of it. Will we do another all-women’s event down the line? Possibly, but it’s not a must-have at the moment. I think we do an amazing job of displaying our female athletes. Is it perfect? No. Will it always be in flux? Yes, but we do a pretty good job. In my opinion, the best female performers in the world are in WWE and if they are not, they want to be.”
WWE had already produced WWE Evolution back in October 2018, which was the first-ever all-women’s pay-per-view. There has been talks previously about the Evolution 2 and we will see if WWE executes the plan.