Natalya's latest blog post.
WWE continues to add layers to what they have deemed the women's evolution by providing their female superstars with main event slots on PPV's and on RAW and SmackDown Live. The latest showing of that was the Mae Young Classic II tapings which wrapped up last night and on October 28th the women of WWE will take center stage as over 50 women from the past and present will compete at the first-ever WWE all-women's PPV entitled 'Evolution'. Wrestlers who have been a part of WWE at some point and those who are currently contracted shared their happiness about the historic forthcoming event.
One individual who has witness the development of WWE's women's division is former SmackDown Live Women's Champion Natalya. The latest topic of Natalya's weekly blog post for the Calgary Sun was about WWE's 'Evolution' PPV on October 28th.
The following excerpt is from Nattie's piece:
"I debuted in WWE right around the time when the “attitude era” ended and WWE programming switched to Parental Guidance. Back then, we had one champion and if you weren’t the champion or the challenger, securing television time was often challenging. Now we have a Women’s championship on Raw, SmackDown Live and NXT. That’s three strong women’s divisions in WWE.
I am so grateful that we have evolved so much and that there are now so many positive changes to WWE’s women’s division. There has never been such a spotlight and focus on the women as much as there has been today. With the Mae Young Classic right around the corner and our very own all women’s PPV Oct. 28, to often having three women’s matches on RAW and SmackDown Live every week and the women being the main event regularly, we’ve come a long way."