The Kabuki Warriors set a new record for WWE women’s tag titles

As of today, The Kabuki Warriors are the longest-reigning WWE Women’s Tag Team Champions. Asuka and Kairi Sane have held the titles for 121 days with four successful defenses. They originally captured the titles last October when they defeated Alexa Bliss and Nikki Cross at Hell in a Cell. Their reign just surpassed the IIconics…

2019 Women’s Wrestling Year-End Roundtable

The end of 2019 is quickly approaching, and it has been a pivotal year in women’s wrestling. Women wrestlers from all over the globe from small indie promotions, to WWE and AEW, have proved to the world they are some of the best athletes in professional wrestling. The staff at Bell to Belles wants to…

TLC match set for WWE Women’s Tag Team Championship

After a hot backstage segment, WWE revealed The Kabuki Warriors will defend the Women’s Tag Team Championship against Charlotte Flair and Becky Lynch in a TLC match this Sunday. Earlier tonight, Flair tried to convince the Raw Women’s Champion to put their differences aside and challenge their common enemies, Asuka and Kairi Sane. Instead, “The…

The Kabuki Warriors win the Women’s Tag Titles

In a surprise addition to the Hell in a Cell card, Alexa Bliss and Nikki Cross defended the Women’s Tag Team Championship against The Kabuki Warriors. WWE announced the match just under two hours before the show started. During the kickoff show, Bliss questioned what the team did earn this opportunity. However, Asuka and Sane…

The mediocre run of the WWE Women’s Tag Team Championships

The WWE Women’s Tag Team Championships have been perhaps one of the most misused belts in WWE history. WWE promoted these belts as if they were the next big step in equality for the women on the roster. On Dec. 24, the championship belts were established and women throughout the roster began to drool over…

The Kabuki Warriors earn a shot at the Women’s Tag Titles

Today, The Kabuki Warriors, Asuka and Kairi Sane, defeated the Women’s Tag Team Champions, The IIconics, in a non-title match to become the new number one contenders. The match was a part of WWE’s live event at Sumo Hall in Tokyo, Japan. The match and stipulation were revealed last week during a backstage segment on…