WWE is returning to Madison Square Garden on December 26th maintaining its regular schedule that is the same for the past few years.
On this particular day, the company starts hosting Holiday Special Live shows leading all the way to the New Year. Now they have announced a big match that may remain the headliner and might be able to move some tickets.
WWE is now advertising a first-ever match featuring two leading women superstars to set up a historic occasion. Charlotte Flair and Becky Lynch will team up against the Kabuki Warriors, Asuka and Kairi Sane in a WWE Women’s Tag Team Championship match.
This match will take place inside a steel cage contest which makes it indeed the first of its kind inside Madison Square Garden.
JUST ANNOUNCED: For the First Time Ever at MSG the Women’s Tag Team Titles will be defended inside a Steel Cage when @BeckyLynchWWE & @MsCharlotteWWE take on the #KabukiWarriors at the annual @WWE Live Holiday Tour on December 26th! 🎟 available at: https://t.co/fsjZ0UxBbX pic.twitter.com/A0Xlabluw4
— MSG (@TheGarden) December 4, 2019
The official Twitter handle of the Madison Square Garden arena has advertised this match as the major attraction for the upcoming night whereas more matches are yet to be announced.
This match also indicates that the ongoing feud featuring Charlotte Flair and Becky Lynch against Asuka and Kairi Sane will continue, for now.
As noted earlier, Charlotte Flair and Becky Lynch are already set to compete in another historic matchup at WWE TLC, later this month. Promoted by the host venue of the pay-per-view, Target Center in Minneapolis, Minnesota, the same lineup as the Madison Square Garden will be kept intact in the main event.
But this time around, the stipulation will be a different one. The four of the competitors will deliver a Tables, Ladders, and Chairs tag team match.
Becky Lynch doesn’t appreciate the fact that WWE has kept her off television for the past two weeks. She also believes that the RAW Women’s Title deserves more than the spotlight it is getting today.
Madison Square Garden definitely announced her in a title match inside the World’s Most Famous Arena, but it’s not the title belonging to her. So this can’t make her happy for sure.