The historic event will be held at the Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum in Uniondale, New York.
In an official announcement on WWE.com, the involvement of WWE Hall of Famers Trish Stratus and Lita has been confirmed - as well as every woman on the roster.
Stars like Charlotte Flair, Asuka and Sasha Banks are some of the biggest stars in the company - and on Monday, WWE Chief Brand Officer Stephanie McMahon announced that the women of WWE will soon have a pay-per-view showcase of their own.
Stephanie McMahon, along with her husband Triple H and father Vince McMahon, kicked off Raw on Monday by announcing the first-ever, all-women's pay-per-view event titled Evolution. Additionally, the finals for the second annual Mae Young Classic will also be included in the show.
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In January, the women's Royal Rumble match was the main event at the Box Office event of the same name and the following month there was a women's Elimination Chamber match for the first time in WWE history. How all these superstars are going to be included on one card is a mystery, but we're guessing there will be a battle royal of sorts on the show. "These women have all taught me so much and I couldn't be prouder to call myself a WWE Superstar".
Nonetheless, the women of WWE continue to make serious waves in the professional wrestling world and a PPV spotlight all to themselves coming this October is one that is more than well-deserved. In April 2016, the Divas Championship was retired and a new WWE Women's Championship was revealed.
"Women don't need a man in their match to steal the show".