They could use the depth. In February 2019, the WWE brought back its Women’s Tag Team Titles. The titles had been around in the late 1980s to limited success but after the Women’s Revolution changed everything about women’s wrestling, WWE decided that a second run might be in order. That has not exactly been the case as the titles have not had the most success, but a return boost might help.
Part of the problem with the titles being back is the lack of the depth to the division. The titles will go months without being defended at times, at least partially because there is no one to challenge for them. That was certainly the case for the first three months of 2020, as the titles were not defended on television from the middle of December 2019 until WrestleMania 36. Now though, we might be getting some more depth for the division.
Peyton Royce recently filmed a Q&A for her Instagram and, according to 411mania.com, she and Billie Kay will be bringing the IIconics back to WWE TV. Royce made it clear that the comeback would be happening but would not say when it would be taking place. The IIconics won the Women’s Tag Team Titles at WrestleMania 35 and held them until August 5, 2019. Their most recent match took place on the November 18, 2019 Monday Night Raw.
The team has had some moments in their short WWE run. Check out some of their highlights:
Opinion: This is something that could help the division to an extent but there is only so much that can be done with the division. With almost no one around to challenge for the titles, it leaves the champions with nothing to do. Yes the IIconics being around can help, but they aren’t the most serious challengers in the world so they are going to be little more than filler opponents, which to be fair is better than nothing.
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