The Royal Rumble pay-per-view is tonight, but fans are always looking forward to the future. The next big event after The Royal Rumble is the Elimination Chamber pay-per-view which will see the crowning of new WWE Women’s Tag Team Champions. However, there are a few big questions regarding those titles.

Not only do fans wonder who will get to compete in the Elimination Chamber match for the new titles, but they also wonder how one set of Women’s Tag Team Titles will do for all five WWE brands.

Triple H addressed this question during a post-TakeOver: Phoenix conference call and if he knows what is going to happen The Game certainly wasn’t giving much of a hint this time around.

“I think there’s been discussions about all of that as far as where that ends up I’m not 100% sure where that will net out I think the intention is to deliver the best thing they can for the women’s division and I think when I look at both Raw and SmackDown there’s a lot of talents that they have that once they have a goal in mind and the women start to get together work on the same page in tag style like that I think you’re going to see a lot of them excel.”

“I think that gets very exciting so I think you have to play that by ear about where it goes. How quickly you get there is that multi-branded is that floating, I’m not really sure I think that will be played out as time goes on.”

The Women’s Tag Team Titles will be decided at the Elimination Chamber and that’s all we know about it so far. WWE announced the rules for the match, but what will happen to the titles after the event remains a mystery.

Only time will tell what WWE does with the reintroduction of Women’s Tag Team Titles, but it doesn’t make it any less exciting for the women in WWE and all the fans who have enjoyed watching the WWE Women’s Revolution every step of the way thus far.

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