Several WWE Superstars are reportedly unhappy with how the company's first all-female pay per view Evolution has been promoted, according to Bryan Alvarez.
On this week's RAW, the focus was noticeably more on WWE's upcoming Crown Jewel event in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, despite the show taking place six days after Evolution.
Speaking on Wrestling Observer Live, Alvarez said how many Superstars were excited about appearing at the all-female show, but now their expectations have dropped.
He said: "It’s now kind of like, ‘Eh, Evolution is on Sunday — just do the show and everything will go back to normal.’ So if you’re disappointed, you’re not the only one."
Alvarez said one major issue is the lack of matches on a three-hour show, with most women being placed into a battle royal, despite the female roster being a lot smaller than the men's.
WWE Evolution will take place this Sunday, and will follow the likes of Impact's Knockouts Knockdown as an all-female event.
Every women's title will be defended at the show, as well as the finals of the 2018 Mae Young Classic.