In a thrilling turn of events, the WWE Women's Tag Team Championship has changed hands once again as Sonya Deville and Chelsea Green emerged victorious against Liv Morgan and Raquel Rodriguez on the latest episode of "WWE Raw." This exciting contest marks the second time in just two weeks that new champions have been crowned in this fiercely competitive division.
The stage was set for an intense showdown as tensions ran high. Earlier in the evening, Women's World Champion Rhea Ripley made her presence known by ambushing Morgan and Rodriguez during an interview segment. Unfortunately, Rodriguez injured her knee, casting doubt on their ability to defend their hard-earned titles.
However, displaying her resilience, Rodriguez assured WWE officials, including Adam Pierce, that she was fit to compete after receiving a thorough evaluation and medical clearance.
DeVille's Ruthless Interference Shifts Momentum
DeVille and Green wasted no time in asserting their dominance, launching a blistering assault on Morgan.
DeVille cunningly targeted Rodriguez's injured knee as the match progressed, applying a punishing Half-Boston Crab submission hold that further exacerbated the injury. In a display of unwavering determination, Morgan managed to mount a comeback and nearly secured victory for her team with a pinfall attempt on Green.
Yet, in a surprising turn of events, DeVille swiftly intervened, delivering a devastating running knee strike to Morgan's face, breaking up the pin. Seizing the opportunity, DeVille turned her attention to Rodriguez outside the ring, ruthlessly focusing on her weakened knee.
With her adversaries momentarily incapacitated, Green capitalized on the chaos and executed her Unpretty-Her finishing move on Morgan. Astonishingly, Morgan exhibited remarkable resilience by kicking out, refusing to relinquish the fight.
Ultimately, it took another emphatic Unpretty-Her from Green, combined with a thunderous knee strike courtesy of DeVille, to secure the definitive victory and claim the Women's Tag Team Championship. This recent title exchange only adds to the tumultuous journey the Women's Tag Team Championship has witnessed in recent months.
Just 16 days prior, Rodriguez and Morgan captured the titles for the second time, dethroning the formidable duo of Ronda Rousey and Shayna Baszler at Money in the Bank. Since the reign of Damage CTRL came to an end in February, the championship has experienced a flurry of transitions, with DeVille and Green becoming the fifth pair of champions to etch their names into the illustrious history of this coveted accolade.
The landscape of the WWE Women's Tag Team division has undeniably been shaken once again with Sonya Deville and Chelsea Green's remarkable triumph on "WWE Raw." As these newly crowned champions revel in their hard-fought victory, the entire WWE Universe eagerly anticipates the next chapter in this captivating saga.