In a dramatic turn of events on this week's episode of WWE SmackDown, the Women's Tag Team Championships were relinquished due to an unfortunate injury suffered by Liv Morgan. While WWE did not explicitly disclose the severity of her injury, it was revealed that new champions would be crowned on the upcoming RAW episode following Night of Champions.
During a backstage segment following the announcement, the ever-outspoken Bayley shared some distressing news regarding her tag team partner, Dakota Kai, who recently fell victim to an injury of her own on last week's SmackDown.
The revelation cast a shadow of doubt over the future of their team, Damage CTRL.
Kai's Devastating Injury Alters Tag Team Championship Landscape
As the Women's Tag Team Championship tournament looms, competitors such as Iyo Sky, Shayna Baszler, Ronda Rousey, Chelsea Green, Sonya Deville, and Raquel Rodriguez, with a yet-to-be-disclosed partner are all vying for the prestigious titles.
However, Kai's injury serves as a significant setback, rendering her unable to participate in the match. Unfortunately, Bayley refrained from divulging any specific details about the nature of Kai's injury or the expected timeline for her return to television.
The absence of Dakota Kai not only alters the landscape of the Women's Tag Team Championship tournament but also hints at potential underlying tension within Damage CTRL. The implications of this injury on the team dynamics remain to be seen, and fans eagerly await Kai's eventual comeback, wondering if her return will ignite further conflicts among the group.
As WWE prepares to crown new Women's Tag Team Champions, the unforeseen injuries suffered by both Liv Morgan and Dakota Kai have injected an element of unpredictability into the highly anticipated championship match. Only time will tell how these setbacks will shape the future of the Women's Tag Team division and the fate of Damage CTRL.