WRESTLING NEWS
The 12 Best Women's Tag Teams In WWE History
By JACK GOODWILLIE
Divas of Doom
While feuding with Layla and Michelle McCool, Natalya gained Beth Phoenix as a tag team partner, and the two women formed the team known as Divas of Doom. They teamed for an entire year, and although they didn’t win the women’s tag team championship, both women won the Divas Championship one time apiece while teaming together.
The Glamour Girls
Judy Martin and Leilani Kai became known as The Glamour Girls and raised the bar for women’s wrestling throughout the ‘80s. Usually feuding with their archrivals, the Jumping Bomb Angels, the Girls finished their WWF run as the only two-time women’s tag team champions during the belt’s initial run between 1983 and 1989.
The IIconics
Peyton Royce and Billie Kay — currently known as The IInspiration in Impact Wrestling — finally got their big break when they won gold on “SmackDown.” The women went on to enjoy their 120 days reign as the second-ever WWE Women's Tag Team Champions, before being “forced to disband” after losing to The Riott Squad.
Alexa Bliss & Nikki Cross
Bliss and Cross became two-time WWE Women's Tag Team Champions before Bliss turned on Cross. Regarding their friendship, Bliss has said, “We just started hanging out, became friends, and became champions.” After her partner turned heel, WWE repackaged Cross as Nikki A.S.H., and she went on to win the Raw Women’s Championship.
Kabuki Warriors
As two of the most technically proficient wrestlers in the company, Kairi Sane’s high-flying abilities meshed extremely well with Asuka’s mat-based style. Asuka and Sane became the fourth team to win the WWE Women’s Tag titles and were the longest-reigning champions before losing the titles on WrestleMania 36.