WWE Women’s Tag Team Titles Update, WWE Donates To Museum
Below is a new photo of The WWE Women’s Tag Team Titles that was sent by The WWE after last night’s episode of Monday Night RAW went off the air. For those who missed it, Alexa Bliss announced that 3 RAW Women’s Teams & 3 SmackDown LIVE Women’s Teams will do battle inside The Elimination Chamber Structure at The February 17th Elimination Chamber PPV Event and the winners will be crowned champions. There is no word yet on who the teams will be.
These titles will not carry the history of The Women’s Tag Team Titles from The 1980s as WWE noted in their e-mail that The “First-Ever WWE Women’s Tag Team Champions” will be crowned at Elimination Chamber. WWE also noted, “The Women’s Evolution continues to be one of the focal points of WWE and tonight’s special announcement will continue to change the face of WWE’s Women’s Division.”
A look at the new @WWE Women’s Tag Team titles, with the champions being crowned at #EliminationChamber
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WWE recently made a $10,000 donation to The National Civil Rights Museum in Memphis, Tennessee to mark Martin Luther King Jr. Day next Monday. The New Day, Tamina Snuka, Nia Jax, Natalya & Ember Moon toured the museum with The Memphis-Area Boys & Girls Club on Monday and the donation was made then. WMC5 in Memphis covered the donation at this link.
“It wasn’t that long ago that all this stuff happened,” said Xavier Woods. “And knowing that I have family who did march, who did go through those things, and they saw stuff that we will never see. They went through that for us already. They went through that stuff so we can be here today to do what we’re able to do, because of them.”
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