WWE has named the announce team for its first-ever all-women’s pay-per-view event, “WWE Evolution.” As you might expect, the mic’d up lineup is also pretty much all-female — save one dude.
Michael Cole, who is considered the voice of WWE, will join Renee Young and Beth Phoenix at the announce table on Sunday. Young (pictured above, middle), Phoenix (left) and “SmackDown Live” general manager Paige (right) will handle the Kickoff Show festivities.
Charly Caruso and Kayla Braxton will tackle the evening’s red carpet, with Dasha Fuentes, Cathy Kelley and Sarah Schreiber grabbing one-on-one interviews backstage. Ring announcers at “Evolution” include Lilian Garcia, JoJo and Kayla Braxton.
The historic PPV will feature a battle royale and two championship matches. For the red brand, “Raw” Women’s Champion Ronda Rousey will defend her title against Nikki Bella. Representing the blue show, “SmackDown” Women’s Champion Becky Lynch takes on Charlotte Flair in a Last Woman Standing Match.
Find the rest of the card here.
“WWE Evolution” streams this Sunday starting at 7/6c on WWE Network. Its Kickoff Show starts an hour earlier.
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You won’t see any of these guys and girls on ”Raw“ anymore
We all just lived through another WWE Superstar Shakeup, and if your head is still spinning, we're here to help: TheWrap has tracked down where all 96 main roster wrestlers now work.
In our tallies, we only counted regular in-ring wrestlers, so no managers or agents or wives or escorts, etc. -- even if they step between the ropes once or twice a year. Though we listed the obvious and current stables and tag teams together, we added up wrestlers individually.
Readers can check out our "Raw" gallery here.