WWE demonstrated that change will be coming to the company in 2019 with several announcements they made on Monday Night Raw this week.
Many changes took place on the red brand this week, including the debuts of Nikki Cross, EC3, Lacey Evans, and Heavy Machinery, Bobby Lashley winning the Intercontinental Championship, and Finn Balor being booked to face Brock Lesnar at the Royal Rumble instead of Braun Strowman.
However, one big announcement which WWE fans have been waiting months for was finally revealed on the show too.
During her A Moment of Bliss segment, Alexa Bliss revealed the brand new WWE Women's Tag Team Championship titles and how the superstars of the women's division could get their hands on them.
The Goddess announced that teams will have a chance to be crowned the first-ever Women's Tag Team Champions at the Elimination Chamber next month in Houston, Texas.
Raw and SmackDown Live will each have three teams battling it out inside the Elimination Chamber on February 17, with the winner being crowned the new champions. Those new champions will also represent both brands.
WWE fans who watched Raw this week are all in agreement that the new Women's Tag Team titles look fantastic. Matt Hardy even called them DELIGHTFUL!
The new titles will be the first Women's Tag Team Championships seen in WWE since the late 1980s when The Jumping Bomb Angels (Noriyo Tateno and Itsuki Yamazaki) and The Glamous Girls (Judy Martin and Lelani Kai) battled over the titles in 1987 and 1988.
As for the participants in the Elimination Chamber match to determine who will become the new Women's Tag Team Champions, several superstars, including some already made teams, have put their names in the hat.
Sonya Deville, Mandy Rose, Peyton Royce of The IIconics, Nia Jax, Tamina, Sasha Banks, and Naomi have all already expressed their desires to be in the match next month.
Several more superstars from the women's division will be expected to show their interest in the match between now and the Elimination Chamber, starting off on SmackDown later tonight.News Now - Sport News