WWE Evolution Results – October 28, 2018

WWE Evolution Results - October 28, 2018

The first-ever all-women’s WWE Evolution pay-per-view opens with a video package. We’re live from the Nassau Coliseum on Long Island, NY as Michael Cole welcomes us. His audio is messed up but it sounds like he’s giving the intro to the pay-per-view. Cole is joined by Renee Young and WWE Hall of Famer Beth Phoenix.

– We go right to the ring as guitarist Nita Strauss performs. Lzzy Hale starts performing Evolution at the entrance way with her drummer. We go ringside to Cole, Renee and Phoenix. Renee says this means the world to her and Beth talks about how this has been a long time coming.

Trish Stratus and Lita vs. Alicia Fox and Mickie James

We go to the ring and Lilian Garcia returns to introduce the opener. WWE Hall of Famer Trish Stratus makes her way out first. WWE Hall of Famer Lita is out next. The injured Alexa Bliss is out next, originally scheduled for this match. Bliss takes the mic and welcomes us to Evolution. She promises this will be an amazing night. She jokes that it’s past bedtime for Trish and Lita but they need to turn their hearing aids up and focus as Bliss introduces the true pioneers of the women’s division – Alicia Fox and Mickie James.

The bell rings and Mickie starts off with Lita. Fans chant for Lita as she takes Mickie to the corner. Mickie goes for a cheap shot and Lita drops her. Lita keeps control with a Litacanrana and a clothesline. Lita with more offense until Mickie knees her and tags in Fox. Fans chanted “you still got it” at Lita. Lita fights off Fox and Mickie as she comes back in. Lita tags in Trish for a pop. Lita leaps off Trish’s back and hits the double clothesline in the corner. Trish waits for Fox to get up now as fans chant her name.

Trish hip tosses Fox and they lock up again. Fox goes behind but Trish counters and takes her down. Trish keeps control as the “you still got it” chants start up. Mickie tags in as fans pop for her and Trish going at it. Mickie gets in Trish’s face and they have words. Trish rocks Mickie and they go at it, trading holds in the middle of the ring. Trish gets the upperhand. Trish with a Thesz Press and right hands to unload. Mickie catches Trish with a big kick to the face. Mickie counters as they tangle up high in the corner now, trading shots on the top rope. Trish hits the hurricanrana for a close 2 count.

Lita tags back in but Fox and Mickie regroup on the outside. Bliss talks strategy with them but they look to be walking out on the match. Trish and Lita stop Fix and Mickie as the brawl continues on the outside. Lita brings Mickie back in the ring. Fox charges with a boot but accidentally drops Mickie. Lita drops Fox. Lita goes to the top of the Litasault on Mickie but Bliss gets involved and Lita lands hard. The referee did not see the interference. Mickie works Lita over now. Mickie keeps Lita down by her leg now. Fox tags in as they keep Lita near their corner. Mickie keeps Lita grounded now. Lita fights free but Mickie knees her in the face. Mickie with a cheap shot to Trish. Trish runs in but the referee stops her. Lita ends up dropped again by a Mickie neckbreaker. Mickie covers for a 2 count.

Fox tags in for the double team on Lita. Fox with a Northern Lights suplex for a 2 count. Fox shows frustration now as she keeps Lita grounded. Bliss looks on. Lita fights free and nails the inverted DDT. Trish and Mickie tag in at the same time. Trish unloads with strikes and headlock takedowns. Trish plants Mickie for a 2 count. Trish with several big chops now. Mickie kicks Trish and rolls her up for a close 2 count. Mickie kicks Trish and goes for the DDT but it’s blocked. Trish hits Stratusfaction for the pin on Mickie but Fox breaks it up. Lita takes Fox out with the Twist of Fate. Lita goes to the top and hits her moonsault on Fox and Mickie at the same time. Mickie gets up but Trish drops her with the Chick Kick to get the pin.

Winners: Trish Stratus and Lita

After the match, the Hall of Famers celebrate as we go to replays. Lita and Trish pose in the corners as Bliss leaves with Mickie and Fox.


Kayla Braxton interviewed The Bellas. Brie Bella said Ronda Rousey made it personal when she brought up their love lives, so Nikki’s comments about her mother were fair game. Nikki said they were naming Ronda’s mom the honorary member of the Bella Army and was dedicating her match tonight to Ronda’s mom. She gave her word she was going to walk out the Raw Women’s Champion tonight. Good promo from Nikki.

– They aired a video with reactions from women, past and present, about the company holding its first women’s PPV.

20-Woman Battle Royal for a Future Title Shot
Tamina, The IIconics, Alicia Fox, Nia Jax, Zelina Vega, Torrie Wilson, Alundra Blayze, Lana, Carmella, Mandy Rose, Asuka, Sonya Deville, Nia Jax, Michelle McCool, Ivory, Molly Holly, Maria Kanellis, Kelly Kelly and more.

The competitors each had their own entrance. Big pops for McCool and Madusa. They noted it was a big moment for Vega as her father (who passed away on 9/11) used to bring her to the Nassau Coliseum.

The IIconics got to do mic work during their entrance, making fun of Long Island accents. They noted they see some of the greatest who ever laced up the boots and some of their heroes tonight who paved the way. So, they are going to pave the way for them back to obscurity by tossing them back over the top. The bell rings and everyone goes after The IIconics. They are quickly eliminated by the veterans as the current Superstars look on, not looking happy. The veterans turn around and the current Superstars are staring them down, surrounding them. Maria is with the veterans. A big brawl breaks out.

Alundra works on Tamina. Mandy and Deville eliminate Molly first. Deville and Rose double team Kelly now. Kelly is eliminated. Dana and Ivory go at it. Torrie fights off Deville. Torrie tries to dump Deville but Rose makes the save. Maria and Vega go at it. Deville and Rose eliminate Torrie next. Rose shoves Deville off the apron and eliminates her partner. Deville kicks Torrie on the outside.

Blayze clotheslines Asuka and Naomi at the same time. Jax scoops Alundra and dumps her for the elimination. Maria unloads on Jax and hits a DDT. Ember goes at it with Carmella. Maria drops Tamina and hits the Bronco Buster in the corner. Jax scoops Maria and eliminates her. Vega with double knees on Tamina in the corner. Rose rocks Jax. Tamina superkicks Vega. Tamina with a Samoan Drop to Carmella. Jax and Tamina face off in the middle of the ring as the crowd pops. Lana approaches but they yell and turn to start attacking the other competitors together. Jax and Tamina drop everyone and turn their attention back to each other. Lana tries to keep the peace again but she slaps Tamina and then kicks Jax. This does nothing but anger them and Lana gets dropped. Lana gets eliminated by Tamina.

Jax scoop slams Tamina. Asuka unloads on Jax. Naomi joins in. We get an eight-woman suplex attempt in the middle of the ring now and it goes over. Carmella is the only one standing but she stops for a dance break. Truth loves it. Ivory approaches Carmella and they start dancing together in the middle of the ring. Mandy tries to eliminate Ivory but Carmella assists and Rose is eliminated. McCool and Carmella go at it now. Moon eliminates Dana. McCool knocks Moon out of the air with a big boot. Asuka works over Jax in the corner with Naomi helping her. Moon eliminates McCool.

Asuka and Naomi double team Tamina now. Tamina eliminates Naomi as she charged in. Ivory slams Asuka on her face. Carmella kicks Jax but Jax shoves her down. Moon drops Jax with a DDT. Moon and Carmella botch a move. Carmella drops Moon in the corner. Carmella moonsaults and charges but Moon sends her to the apron. Moon eliminates Carmella. It’s down to Jax, Snuka, Ivory, Asuka and Moon. Tamina works over Ivory in the corner. Ivory fights back shot for shot. Ivory goes to the top and barley hits a crossbody on Tamina. Fans chant “you still got it” as Ivory poses in the corner. Asuka tries to eliminate Ivory and they tangle. Asuka eliminates Ivory off the apron with a Hip Attack. Asuka, Moon, Jax and Snuka are left. Asuka and Moon face off with Asuka smiling at her. They shove each other and go at it. Asuka with a big knee to the face. Asuka misses a Hip Attack and Moon kicks her in the face. Moon eliminates Asuka.

Moon turns around to a superkick from Tamina but she catches it and rocks her. Tamina with a spinning side-slam to Moon. Jax grabs Tamina but Tamina superkicks her. Moon rocks Tamina as fans chant for Moon. Moon dropkicks Jax next while she’s down. Moon goes back and forth between Jax and Snuka. Moon goes to the top and hits The Eclipse on Tamina. Moon eliminates Snuka. It’s down to friends Jax and Moon now. Fans cheer them on as they face off. Jax shoves Moon to the mat and overpowers her. Jax tosses Moon across the ring as the “let’s go Ember” chants continue. Moon gets sent to the apron but she hangs on and fights back. Moon tries to bring Jax over the top rope but Jax resists. Vega runs in and tips them both to the apron. Vega was never eliminated. Vega thinks she won but they’re still on the apron. Jax enters and Vega looks shocked. Vega turns but Jax grabs her by her hair. Vega ends up on Jax’s back but Jax power up and presses Vega high in the air for a pop. Jax tosses Vega out of the ring, on top of Tamina. Jax turns around to Moon dropkicking her. Moon rocks Jax a few times and tries to get her over the rope. Moon charges but Jax slams her hard into the mat from mid-move. Jax tosses Moon over the top for the win to earn a future title shot.

Winner: Nia Jax

A truly entertaining and memorable battle royal. They spotlighted a lot of talents and everyone pretty much had a moment to shine. It was nice to see the older stars and most of them had a nice moment. All the Nia-Moon stuff was great. Zelina got to have a great moment. Tamina make a good accounting for herself. Mandy and Deville looked good. Lots of positives here.

After the match, Charly Caruso interviewed Nia Jax, who was tearing up. She said she got to share the ring with some incredible talents. She dedicated the win to her family and she has her eye on the Raw Women’s title. She’s been champion before and she’s a step closer to doing it again. She wished the best Ronda and Nikki and said whoever wins, they won’t be champ long.

– We get a video on WWE’s new international campaign with Girl Up. We see several of their representatives in the crowd.

– Cole leads us to a video package on the 2018 Mae Young Classic.

2018 Mae Young Classic Finals: Toni Storm vs. Io Shirai

We go to the ring for the finals of the 2018 Mae Young Classic. They show the trophy that the winner will receive. We see referee Jessica Karr in the middle of the ring waiting. We also see some of the other MYC competitors in the crowd. Toni Storm is out first, followed by Io Shirai as Kayla Braxton does the introductions.

They shook hands before the bell. Some nice back and forth technical wrestling early on. Storm finally escaped a hold and held her hand out to Io to help her up. The crowd chanted for Toni. Storm caught Io with a dropkick and began to nail several forearms.

Io ducked a clothesline, did several backflips to throw Storm off and nailed her with a dropkick. Io maneuvered her into a full nelson armbar on the mat, trying to force a submission. Storm avoided a charge in the corner and snatched her up with a big suplex. Storm nailed a big elbow and went to the top, but Io recovered and dropkicked her off the top to the floor. Io nailed a moonsault from the top to the floor.

They battled to the apron. They each avoided moves. Storm nailed a headbutt and hit a German suplex on the apron. I don’t expect to see that very often on the WWE main roster. Io was almost counted out but made it back in the ring before the ten count. Storm covered her for several two counts. Io and Storm fired back and forth with forearms.

Shirai gained control and beat Storm down with punches to the back and a palm strike. She rebounded off the roped but ate a clothesline. Storm nailed her finisher Storm Zero but Io kicked up at the last second.

Shirai came back with a 619 and hit a springboard sunset flip into the ring for a two count. Shirai continued controlling the bout until Storm pulled her knees up during a moonsault. Toni Storm nailed Storm Zero and scored the pin.

Winner and 2018 Mae Young Classic Tournament Champion, Toni Storm

Storm was overwhelmed with emotion and looked around in awe that she had won before checking on Io.

After the match, Storm celebrates as we see other MYC competitors in the crowd clapping. Storm celebrates as Shirai recovers on the mat. We go to replays. Storm hugs Shirai as her music plays. Triple H, Stephanie McMahon and WWE Performance Center Assistant Head Coach Sara Amato are in the ring now with flowers. Kayla announces Storm as the winner of the tournament as she hugs Triple H, Stephanie and Sara. Cole congratulates all 32 competitors from this year’s tournament as Storm celebrates.

They aired another video feature with women from past and present discussing what Evolution means to them.

The Riott Squad vs. Sasha Banks, Bayley & Natalya

The Riott Squad came out dressed paying tribute to different horror characters. Ruby was dressed as Jigsaw. Liv was Pennywise. Logan was Leatherface.

Natalya and Morgan started out. Liv mocked her and got slapped for it. Natalya and Sasha did a Hart Attack in tribute to the Hart Foundation. Bayley worked over Logan, who went to the floor. Bayley followed her to the floor and nailed a dropkick. The Squad distracted Bayley, who went for a move through the ropes but was dropkicked into the ringpost by Logan. They worked her over with kicks in the corner.

The Riott Squad began tagging in and out, working over Bayley’s abdominal region.

Bayley was worked over for a long time but broke free, only to see her partners pulled off the apron and attacked, preventing the tag. Bayley fought back again and this time, Banks made the hot tag. Banks came off the top with a big Thesz Press on Ruby for a two count. She and Riott went back and forth with some really good action.

Banks nailed a Backstabber. Bayley hit Riott with the Bayley to Belly but Liv knocked Sasha into Bayley and broke up the pinfall. Banks fought back and went for a tope con hilo but got caught in the ropes. Riott caught her and tossed her into the guard rail. They brought her back into the ring and triple teamed her. They nailed a Doomsday Device variation for a two count, but Natalya made the save.

Natalya was dumped out of the ring by Morgan. Ruby went for a back senton splash off the top but Bayley dove on top of Banks, sacrificing herself. They tossed Bayley to the outside and covered Banks for a two count. The Riott Squad continued working her over until finally Natalya made the tag in.

Natalya nailed a suplex on Riott but Logan had blind-tagged in and nailed her. Natalya slammed Logan and then Riott atop of her. She then placed both in the Sharpshooter at the same time, but Liv Morgan attacked her from behind.

Morgan charged but Natalya caught her and powerbombed her. Bayley tagged in and hit a flying elbow. Banks came off the top with a frog splash, which the announcers said was in honor of Eddie Guerrero. Bayley wiped out the other members of the Squad with a dive. Banks scored the pin.

Winners, Natalya, Sasha Banks & Bayley

After the bell, the winners stand tall as Banks’ music hits and JoJo announces the result. We go to replays. Banks, Natalya and Bayley hug in the middle of the ring as The Riott Squad heads to the back.

– Another round of comments from talents working the show. Alicia Fox said tonight was the biggest match of her career and was crying.

NXT Women’s Champion Kairi Sane vs. Shayna Baszler

We go to the ring and out first comes Shayna Baszler. We see MMA Horsewomen Marina Shafir and Jessamyn Duke watching at ringside with a few other NXT Superstars. NXT Women’s Champion Kairi Sane is out next with the title in her treasure chest. We get formal ring introductions from Braxton.

The bell rings and Karr is back as the referee for this match. They lock up and trade holds with Baszler getting the upperhand first. More back and forth now. Sane with a leg sweep to take Baszler down. Sane counters a kick and keeps control. Sane ducks another kick and goes for a back elbow but Baszler applies a Sleeper hold. Sane comes back with a jawbreaker. Sane taunts Baszler and charges in with a sliding clothesline against the ropes. Sane with boots to the gut now as Baszler rolls out to the floor. Sane follows and keeps control. Sane jumps off the steel steps but misses. Baszler runs into a big slap and goes down. Sane charges against the steps but Baszler blocks her. Baszler drives Sane into the steps. Baszler brings it back into the ring and delivers a big knee to the face in the corner.

Baszler with another big knee in the corner. Baszler slams Sane on her face for a 2 count. Baszler works on the arm, wrist and fingers while Sane is down now. Sane bends the arm back and stands on the fingers as the referee warns her. Baszler looks to break Sane’s hand as the crowd pops in disgust. Baszler with another pin attempt and more offense on the arm while Sane is down. Sane rolls Baszler up for a 2 count out of nowhere. Baszler comes right back and takes Sane to the mat, working on her arm.

They trade big shots in the middle of the ring now. Sane ends up dropping Baszler and stunning her but they’re both down now. Fans chant for NXT. Sane applies The Anchor but it’s broken. Sane keeps control and nails a high-impact Spear out of the corner. Sane yells out as the crowd pops. Sane stomps around and walks the plank as Baszler recovers. Sane with the big shoulder thrust in the corner. Sane with the neckbreaker for a close 2 count. More back and forth now. Sane goes to the top but Baszler cuts her off. Baszler hangs Sane by her arm while standing on the turnbuckles. Sane screams in pain. Baszler drops Sane to the floor as the referee warns her. Baszler looks down at Sane and mocks her.

Sane counters a move and nails a big DDT in the middle of the ring. Sane goes to the top for the In-Sane Elbow but Baszler rolls out of the way to the floor. Sane is still on the top as she turns and leaps out to Baszler on the floor, taking her down. Fans chant for NXT again. Baszler side-steps and sends Sane into the barrier. Sane sends Baszler over the barrier into the front row of the crowd where the other NXT Superstars were. Sane brings Baszler over but Duke grabs Sane’s hair. Sane drops her with a backfist. Duke lands on the other side of the barrier at ringside. Sane goes to the top but Shafir interferes from the apron. Sane grabs Shafir and drops her off the apron with a backfist.

Baszler takes advantage and drops Sane from behind with the Kirifuda Clutch. Sane turns that into a 2 count. Sane with another pin attempt. Duke gets involved from the apron again and the referee misses it. Baszler with another Kirifuda Clutch. Sane starts fading this time. The referee calls the match and Baszler wins the title.

Winner and new WWE NXT Women’s Champion: Shayna Baszler

After the match, Baszler takes the title and has her arm raised as the music hits. We go to replays. Baszler leaves Shafir and Duke as Sane recovers.

– Another feature with comments on the show. They featured Vickie Guerrero, which was the first time she was seen on the show.

WWE Smackdown Women’s Championship, Last Woman Standing Match
Becky Lynch vs. Charlotte Flair

We go to the ring and out first comes Charlotte Flair as JoJo does the introductions. SmackDown Women’s Champion Becky Lynch is out next. Flair stares her down. We get formal ring introductions from JoJo.

They had each other scouted early on. Lynch gained control and nailed a legdrop, then told the referee to count. Flair was up at the four count. Lynch sent Charlotte into the corner, where she did the Flair flop and returned to shoulderblock into the ring on Becky. Lynch returned with an exploder. Lynch went to come off the ropes, but Charlotte avoided her and nailed a big boot. The referee began counting down Lynch.

Lynch came back to toss Charlotte to the floor. Lynch pulled out a Singapore Cane and began beating Flair with it. The crowd chanted for a table. Lynch instead grabbed a chair. Flair began tossing chairs into the ring as well. The crowd chanted “ECW” at this. Flair went for a table but Lynch charged around the ring and nailed a flying forearm. She tried to bring Flair back into the ring but was hit with a Head & Arms Tazplex on the floor. Lynch was counted down but returned at the five count and grabbed a chair. She nailed Charlotte, who was setting up the table, across the back and then followed up with a shot to the mid-section. The crowd chanted, “You deserve it.”

Lynch brought Flair back into the ring and told the referee to begin counting her down. Lynch slammed her into the chairs. She began stacking the chairs and attempted to hit an exploder onto them. Charlotte elbowed her way and nailed a back suplex onto them. Both women were down and the referee began counting them down. Flair returned to her feet and brought a table into the ring only to be blasted by Lynch and sent to the floor. Lynch set up the table as the referee counted Flair down. Charlotte used the announcer’s table to pull herself up.

Flair returned to the ring but Lynch nailed a Rock Bottom onto the chairs. Flair got to her feet at the count of eight but Lynch attacked her and slammed her head-first into the table. Lynch went to the top but Flair got off the table and attacked Becky. Charlotte began stomping away at her as the Nassau Coliseum booed. Lynch was placed on the table. Flair went to the top and hit a moonsault, but overshot it, landing on the edge of the table. The table didn’t break at all and turned over with Lynch falling off. Flair placed her back on the table and came off with a swanton, this time hitting the mark and smashing the table.

The referee counted both women but Flair rolled to the outside and pulled out a ladder. Lynch nailed her before she could use it. The crowd chanted, “This is awesome.” Lynch slammed her on the ladder. Flair came back and tried to lock on a figure eight through the ladder it appeared. Lynch’s leg was through one of the rungs, so Charlotte stomped and beat on it. She locked on the figure eight and even bridged it. Lynch grabbed a chair and beat Flair’s leg with it to finally break it. A dueling back and forth chant began. They ended up on the floor, where Lynch shoved Flair into the ring steps. Flair was counted down by the referee as Lynch screamed at her to stay down.

At the five count, Lynch met a rising Flair and ran her into the ringpost. The referee began counting again. Lynch grabbed the Smackdown Women’s title and walked out through the crowd as if the match was over. Flair charged her and attacked as they chopped back and forth in the crowd. They battled back into the ringside area. Flair set up one of the announcer’s table to prepare to use it, then slammed Lynch’s head over and over into another table.

Flair pulled out another ladder on the floor and set it up. Lynch drilled her with the title belt and placed Flair on the announcer’s table. Lynch ascended the ladder Flair has set up and nailed a legdrop off the ladder through the table. Sabu would have been proud of that spot. It looked great. The referee began counting Flair down but she pulled herself up to her knees and asked Lynch if that was all she had. Lynch viciously attacked her with a stiff boot, then began throwing all the furniture atop of her, including the announcers’ chairs. The referee began dramatically counting Flair down but she escaped and returned at nine.

Lynch was shocked as she stared at Flair. Flair began begging off. Flair grabbed the Singapore Cane and began teeing off on her over and over. Flair speared her on the floor. Flair grabbed a table and set it up. She slammed Lynch’s head ito it and placed her atop the table. I hope she’s not going for another moonsault. Oh no, she is. Lynch rose to her feet and slipped underneath, nailing a rude powerbomb off the apron to the floor. The referee began counting as Flair screamed and writhed on the floor. She fought to her feet but couldn’t make the count. GREAT finish.

Winner and still Smackdown Women’s Champion: Becky Lynch

After the match, Becky takes the title and celebrates as her music hits. Fans cheer both competitors on after the battle. The referee calls for more referees to come out and check on Flair as Becky makes her exit, yelling about being the best. We go to replays. Becky stands tall at the entrance and raises the title. An emotional Flair recovers at ringside and looks around.

– They ran down the top matches for Crown Jewel. You could hear the crowd booing that.

WWE Raw Women’s Championship
Ronda Rousey vs. Nikki Bella

We go to the ring for tonight’s main event and out first come The Bella Twins. RAW Women’s Champion Ronda Rousey is out next. We get formal ring introductions from JoJo.

Rousey tosses Nikki around to start the match with the idea that she was showing Bella she could take her out at any point. The idea here is the wrestler screwing with the Diva who isn’t in her league. Beall kicked the ropes in frustration. Bella was tossed again and this time, Nikki rolled to the outside. Rousey followed but when she went to grab her, Brie got in her face. That allowed Nikki to blast her and send her into the ringpost.

Nikki tossed Rousey back in the ring and scored several two counts. Brie began yelling asking Rousey where her mom was. Bella locked in a rear chinlock on the mat. Brie smacked Ronda’s head into the ringpost when the ref was distracted. Bella worked over Rousey with a head scissor, even doing push-ups to knock Ronda. Brie nailed Ronda from the floor when the referee was distracted again. Rousey powered up but was trapped in an abdominal stretch. Rousey finally tossed her off but before she could capitalized, Nikki nailed a springboard kick to the face for a two count.

Nikki nailed a series of shoulderblocks in the corner. The fans had dueling chants. Rousey was placed on the ropes and Nikki set up for a superplex. Rousey battled back and sent her into the ring. Rousey went for a flying bodypress but Nikki ducked. Nikki went for a sliding kick but Rousey pulled herself up with the ropes. Nikki grabbed at her neck immediately and was checked by Brie.

Nikki returned to the ring. Ronda pulled her up on her shoulders. Brie grabbed Nikki to stop it but was instead pulled atop of Nikki and Rousey nailed them both with what was I guess a DVDR. Rousey psyched herself up and kicked off a Nikki charge. Rousey began beating her with a series of punches, then mounbted her for more. Rousey snapped her down to the mat and told her to get back up. Nikki begged off in the corner so Rousey stopped and slapped her across the face.

Bella rolled to the outside and tried to escape but was grabbed at the barried and tossed back into the ring. Brie nailed her but was stopped doing it a second time and tossed over the announcers’ table. Rousey returned to the ring, where Bella hit her with an Alabama Slam for a two count. Rousey was sent into the ringpost shoulder-first and hit with the Rack Attack TKO for a close two count.

Bella went to the ropes and yelled for Brie Mode in honor of her sister, but Rousey nailed her. Nikki kicked her off but Rousey gpot her again and snatched her down to the mat and locked in the armbar. Nikki immediately tapped out.

Winner and still Raw Women’s Champion: Ronda Rousey

After the match, Rousey stands tall and raises the title as her music hits. Rousey goes to ringside to kiss husband Travis Browne. She also hugs some family members in the front row as we go to replays. The Bella Twins look on from the entrance as Rousey continues her ringside celebration. Rousey goes back into the ring and raises the title as her music plays. We see Nia Jax backstage watching the celebration. Rousey exits the ring and greets fans in the front row as she heads to the back. Rousey is met by the entire women’s locker room on the stage. The first-ever all-women’s Evolution pay-per-view goes off the air with the women’s division celebrating with Rousey on the stage.


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