Ranking the WWE Women’s Tag Team Champions from worst to best

Ranking the WWE Women’s Tag Team Champions from worst to best

The IIconics

The IIconics shocked the world when they won the WWE Women’s Tag Team Championship at WrestleMania 35. Billie Kay and Peyton Royce took advantage of the situation and stole the win from Beth Pheonix, who had just executed an Avalanche Glam Slam on Bayley.

Even though the pair are opportunistic heels, it was hard not to connect with their emotional win. They’ve been a team for 15 years, making them possibly the most deserving champions.

Unfortunately, WWE didn’t give them the chance to defend the titles as much as Bliss Cross Applesauce. They rarely appeared at pay-per-view events and they barely got a chance to look like competent titleholders. Still, they were the longest-reigning champions, holding the titles for 120 days.

The IIconics didn’t have great matches but they were still entertaining champions. It made perfect sense that they wouldn’t defend their titles much because it fits their characters. However, that wasn’t the type of reign most fans wanted to see after the Boss ‘n’ Hug Connection’s tenure.

Kay and Royce possibly had a memorable run but it probably wasn’t helpful for new titles in the long run. Their reign also deserved a better ending but the threw an epic tantrum in an unaired segment afterward that will live on in memes for years to come.

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