"The Architect" shows his support.
Starting at 6 PM EST on the WWE Network, the years of fighting for equal opportunities in WWE has its big payoff as the first-ever all-women's PPV in the company's history comes to frution.The show will be live from Uniondale, New York inside of the Nassau Coliseum and there are a number of matches slated for the show including a Last Woman Standing match between Becky Lynch and Charlotte Flair for the SmackDown Women's Championship.
WWE superstars like Titus O'Neil and others have tweeted out their support of their female colleagues on their big day and the current WWE Intercontinental and one-half of the RAW Tag Team Champions Seth Rollins showed his support during an interview with the 'Mirror'. Rollins opened up about how proud he is to see this huge moment finally come.
"Evolution is not just a big night for the girls, it’s a big night for the company and for all of us, just as human beings, to be able to put on a show like this. The girls have obviously made it possible, they have facilitated the whole thing and it's them who’ve been driving this whole Women’s Evolution, and now this show." Rollins said. "I am just super proud to be able to sit back and be a fan for a night – we can celebrate the girls and just enjoy everything they’ve worked for. It’s a culmination of decades and years of hard work from different generations, and at the same time it’s like, 'What’s next?' This is a first step in what’s to come for female stars in professional wrestling and I am really looking forward to Sunday night."
While things may be prospering for the women in WWE, Seth Rollins is not in the best of situations as the man who he holds tag team gold with, Dean Ambrose turned his back on Seth this past Monday on RAW. Dean's assault on Seth continued at a recent live event after Rollins called Ambrose out.