On a recent edition of his Conversation with The Big Guy podcast, former WWE Intercontinental Champion Ryback shared his thoughts on WWE's upcoming Evolution all-female pay-per-view event.
His thoughts on the pay-per-view:
“Are any men allowed on the show whatsoever in any capacity? No, good for them. I think it’s cool for the women of the past. They had done most of the leg work in this so they were the ones who had to deal with all of the limited opportunities. It is because of all of them, and because of WWE and how they ran things. It’s great. There is nothing bad to say about it and a good opportunity for the women to make a pay day on a Network pay-per-view.”
On WWE possibly using the PPV to compensate for no women at Greatest Royal Rumble in Saudi Arabia:
“I don’t know all the details about it or anything of that nature but the only thing that came to my mind is that there has never been an all men’s pay per view, maybe Saudi Arabia by default, right? This could be a way of giving the women an opportunity because they couldn’t be part of that. Everything is business with them and they make money off of it so it is a good deal for the women.”