WWE announced on Twitter that RAW Commissioner Stephanie McMahon will be making a historic announcement on tonight’s of Monday Night RAW.
— WWE (@WWE) July 20, 2018
Stephanie McMahon is scheduled to announce an all-women’s PPV, which will take place in Long Island, New York.
According to DirtySheets.Net, Stephanie is also expected to announce the debut of the Women’s Tag Team Titles.
The all-women’s PPV will feature the RAW, SmackDown & NXT Women’s Title matches and the crowning of the new WWE Women’s Tag Team Champions in a tournament.
Below are some of the possible women’s tag team combinations that WWE could use in this tournament from the main roster:
– Ronda Rousey & Natalya
– Nia Jax & Natalya
– Riott Squad
– The IIconics
– Mandy Rose & Sonya Deville
– Alexa Bliss & Mickie James
– Charlotte Flair & Becky Lynch
– Becky Lynch & Naomi
Dirty Sheets noted that there’s a possibility that WWE could save the tag team title tournament for a WWE Network exclusive show and air it around the same time when WWE’s male crew goes to Saudi Arabia for another show. This would be done to avoid getting heat for doing another show in Saudi Arabia without the female talent.
If WWE does end up saving the tag team title tournament for a separate show, then the all-women’s PPV will feature the 3 title matches and other normal matches.
WrestleVotes is reporting that the all-Women’s PPV will also feature the finals of this year’s Mae Young Classic tournament (which will feature former WWE Divas Champion Kaitlyn making her WWE return).
WrestleVotes also noted that the all-Women’s PPV could take place on one of the following dates:
– September 9
– September 30
– October 14
– October 28
Following up: the all Women’s PPV is scheduled to feature the finals of the Mae Young Classic tournament. The rumors of the women’s tag titles are true. As for the date, one source has said Sept (9/9 or 9/30) while another trusted source says October (10/14 or 10/28). We’ll see.
— WrestleVotes (@WrestleVotes) July 21, 2018
In an update to this, BeltFanDan is reporting that the all-women’s PPV is set to take place in October (possibly on one of the dates mentioned above) so that WWE can take full advantage of their tie-up with Susan G. Komen (that’s the month when WWE uses the pink ropes).
The women's PPV is in October to take full advantage of Komen tie in.
— BeltFanDan (@BeltFanDan) July 21, 2018