WWE Officially Addresses Questionable Title Change

WWE Officially Addresses Questionable Title Change WWE

A title change that came across as pretty questionable on Raw looks to have now been officially addressed by WWE.

On last night’s Raw the situation with the WWE Women’s Tag Team Championship was addressed after Sonya Deville revealed a week ago that she’d suffered a torn ACL.

A torn ACL will likely keep Deville out for somewhere between six months and a year, meaning something had to be done as she and Chelsea Green were tag team champions.

Over the weekend, Green took to social media to host what she called “Chelsea’s Got Talent”, where people sent in auditions to be her new partner.

This isn’t something that carried over onto TV although it was mentioned, as there was a segment on Raw with Green and Adam Pearce.

As Green and Pearce were arguing about what to do, another tag team, Kayden Carter and Katana Chance, walked in.

It wasn’t long before Carter and Chance were attacked from behind by a returning Piper Niven, who took it upon herself to TELL Green that she was Green’s new tag team champion partner.

While Green didn’t exactly do anything to stop Niven, she clearly wasn’t happy about it, leading to the question mark of whether the change was actually ‘official’.

Well, following Raw, WWE.com has been updated, with Green and Niven now officially listed as the WWE Women’s Tag Team Champions, so there you go.

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2 months ago by Liam Winnard


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