It’s been a couple of months that rumors of WWE introducing the Women’s Tag Team Championship have been doing the rounds.
From 90-second “Divas” to hosting the first-ever all women’s pay-per-view event Evolution, WWE has come a long way in putting women at the forefront of the company thanks to the epic Women’s Revolution that has completely changed the landscape of the women’s locker room.
The rumored WWE Women’s Tag Team Titles were heavily speculated to be announced this Sunday night at Evolution but that didn’t happen, much to the dismay of the WWE Universe.
However, it is reported that the tag titles would be announced soon and to hype up the excitement, fans in attendance were handed out signs at Evolution and at last week’s episode of Monday Night RAW and SmackDown Live.
— Balor Club Guy (@BalorClubGuy) October 23, 2018
— Joe Piccillo (@JoeJet10) October 23, 2018
Security are handing out
— Noah (@NoahhIsSafe) October 24, 2018
— Viterbae (@VitoLiranzo) October 28, 2018
The titles have been created months ago but WWE is waiting for the right time to introduce them to the professional wrestling industry. While Evolution was claimed to be the ideal ground, it appears that WWE has other plans in mind.
It’s possible that WWE is now looking at Survivor Series to be the ideal ground for the WWE Women’s Tag Team Championship to make its historic debut. Survivor Series is the second longest running pay-per-view event in WWE history and one of the “Big Four” events, thus making it a more suitable and grander stage for the company to introduce the new championship gold for the women’s division.
For the past several weeks on RAW and SmackDown, female Superstars have been showcasing rigorous tag team matches to prepare a solid build-up to the epic announcement.
If the epic announcement does take place at Survivor Series, then the Staples Center in Los Angeles, California will remain witness to yet another historic moment on November 18, 2018.