NWA's Women Tag Titles To Return, New Champions To Be Crowned

Mickie James Confirms NWA Women’s Tag Team Titles Will Return And New Champions Will Be Crowned At NWA Empowerrr

NWA's Women Tag Titles To Return, New Champions To Be Crowned

During a live chat on Instagram with the President of the NWA, Billy Corgan, Mickie James announced that the NWA Women's Tag Team Titles will return at NWA EmPowerrr. New champions will be crowned at the PPV, which is scheduled for 28th August in St. Louis

The NWA World Women’s Tag Team Titles were first introduced some time before 1952. They were retired on April 4, 1984 after the NWA sold the titles to WWE (Then WWF), where they became the WWE Women’s Tag Team Titles. Princess Victoria and Velvet McIntyre, who were the last champions under the NWA, were also recognized as the inaugural champions in WWE.

Billy Corgan has confirmed that the new title belts are being made right now. Mickie said they are looking for “stellar” tag teams to compete for the straps, and also mentioned how they have looked for NWA Legends to come and be a part of the EmPowerrr event that night as they crown new champions.

Earlier this week, Mickie also confirmed the creation of the NWA Women’s Invitational Tournament, which will be an annual event that will be hosted on NWA Anniversary weekend each year.

I for one think this is a great move for the company.

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