We have already seen some path-breaking ideas created for the female roster of the WWE. They received this as a Women’s Revolution is going on around the circuit. It even produced an all-women PPV event which was unthinkable even a few years ago. Owing to that, the women superstar are regularly featuring in the main event segment of both Raw and Smackdown Live.
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The women of the WWE have competed in a Tables match, Falls Count Anywhere, No Disqualification and more since then. The latest was the Evolution PPV consisting the Last Woman Standing match to tear the house down. Going by the recent reports, another special arrangement should be in store for them in the upcoming months.
We expect to see a women’s tag team division in the WWE. Previously, while the WWF brand was intact, a similar title was there starting from 1983 to 1988. Now the officials are considering to bring it back into WWE programming. Originally, it was going to happen back in July. But for somewhat reasons, we did not hear any follow-up news on this matter.
Well, most of the roster members seem ready to get one more title for the women’s division. But Nia Jax is the most exceptional one in looks and definitely in views. The current contender for the WWE Raw women’s championship has spoken up about the women’s tag team titles. She did not seem to be in a hurry at all to see those belts around the scene, at all. Maybe she is quite happy in getting prime championship opportunities since Wrestlemania 34.
Here are the comments from Nia Jax about a potential tag team titles for women superstars, (speaking to Josh Lawless at SPORTBible)
“You know what? I’m probably going to get some crap for it but I’m not. I don’t think it’s need anytime soon personally. Obviously, if I were to be put in the tag division, I would want Tamina Snuka to be on my side – I just feel like we’d be unstoppable. But I’m not someone that thinks it’s needed yet.”
Nia Jax turned heel on this past edition of WWE Raw aligning herself with Tamina Snuka. These two are Samoan family members who were almost certain to form a tag team alliance. This eventually happened at a time when Nia Jax is about to face Ronda Rousey for the women’s championship. There’s no doubt that Tamina’s inclusion will make some difference for the challenger.