WWE Women's Tag Team Titles Being Introduced In 2019

The rumored WWE Women's tag title titles will soon become a reality. They will officially make their debut in 2019 possibly at WrestleMania 35.

A women's tag team title in WWE was rumored earlier this year when Sasha Banks and Bayley mentioned them in a recent promo.

Many people thought the titles would have debuted at the Evolution PPV, but WWE instead will introduce them in 2019.

The announcement for the Women's tag team titles was made by Vince McMahon dressed up as Santa on Monday Night Raw. He did not mention a specific date, but 2019 is the year they will finally become a reality.

This is great news for the many women that are on the WWE roster right now. There's so many talented wrestlers on the roster that are often forgotten about and are usually stuck in meaningless tag team matches.

With the introduction of the new tag team titles for the women, people like the IIconics, Sasha Banks, Bayley, The Riott Squad and more will have more opportunities to wrestle on the main shows and PPVs.

As of right now, it looks like only one female tag team title is being introduced in the WWE. The women are unlikely going to get two tag team titles like the men because there's not enough women for the division to have two separate belts.

Anyway, I think this is great news that the women are getting more opportunities than ever before now. We are truly in a new era of women's wrestling with the 'Divas' era dead and buried.

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