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Kabuki Warriors become the longest-reigning WWE women’s tag team champions

Kabuki Warriors become the longest-reigning WWE women's tag team champions

WWE introduced women’s tag team titles in December 2018, and since then, only four tag teams have won it. To date, the longest-reigned champions had been Billie Kay and Peyton Royce, but their record was recently broken by Asuka and Kairi Sane, a women’s tag team known as Kabuki Warriors, both won the titles in Hell in a Cell in 2019.

The two have been keeping their belts for 121+ days, a great achievement that was reported on the WWE Twitter page. We remind you that Asuka was recently engaged against Becky Lynch at the Royal Rumble, in the Raw Women’s Championship match, and that next week in Raw she will have an opportunity once again titled.

With Kairi Sane recovered, Asuka has dedicated herself to persecuting Becky Lynch in recent weeks. It is not yet planned to defend the tag team titles and it has even been speculated with the possibility that both participate in the Elimination Chamber match where The Man supposedly defends the Raw Women’s Championship.

We just have to wait for the next few months to find out how the management of the Kabuki Warriors will continue and above all what the fate of the WWE Women’s Tag Team Championships will be at WrestleMania 36.

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Written by Editorial Staff

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