The fantastic Australian duo who unfortunately first split and then left WWE, to the sadness of many fans who were having fun especially with Billie Kay, are not fighting for the moment. The two in fact, unlike many of their colleagues, have never shown themselves too interested in returning immediately to the ring, they created their podcast and continue to train as always without commitment.
The IIconics, Billie Kay and Peyton Royce, were arguably one of the most entertaining tag teams in WWE. Unfortunately, both women found their names on the list of releases that took place a few days after WrestleMania. It looks like not only IMPACT Wrestling but also a new wrestling program has shown interest in the former WWE Women's Tag Team Champions.
The IIconics split in August 2020
The IIconics split in August 2020 when they lost a tag team match against Ruby Riott and Liv Morgan on WWE RAW. After their split, Peyton Royce remained on WWE RAW while Billie Kay was drafted to SmackDown.
On the Blue Brand, Kay donned a comical character, in which she approached various WWE Superstars with her resume. She tried to fit in with many of her peers before aligning with Carmella and ultimately being let go from the company.
Peyton Royce and Billie Kay have not yet debuted in any company after being fired from WWE because they have to fix visa problems and in the meantime go on with their lives showing themselves a lot on social media. But as reported by Fighful Select, the two are very active in the free-agent market.
These are the Ilconics' words: “We have been told that the IIconics have received interest from IMPACT Wrestling recently, but for now it does not seem that a deal is being made. However, we have heard that they are interested in a new wrestling program scheduled for the fall."
It looks like the couple could be put together again after the WWE split, which was, among other things, an idea of Peyton Royce who regretted proposing it to Vince McMahon. These are the words he said to Insight With Chris Van Vliet: "I wanted to go single.
There were things I wanted to take off my to-do list as a single competitor. " Then he added: “A lot of people said it was stupid. I feel like it was my fault because I wanted to push myself and see what I was capable of.
This may have been the worst decision I have made." At this point, having seen that single things are absolutely not for them, at least not for now, it would be nice to be able to see them again as a couple to conquer the women's tag team division in another company.