Chelsea Green’s husband, Matt Cardona, showed up at DDT Pro event while wearing a women’s tag team title belt. That drew a lot of controversy, but now it seems there is even more of an update to this women’s tag team title situation.

Despite some confusion among fans, it has been clarified that Matt Cardona was indeed wearing replica of the title belt and not the real one during his appearance in Japan. Chelsea, the actual title holder, posted a video to clear up the misunderstanding and confirmed that she still possesses the legitimate championship belt.

To prove that those titles are hers now, Chelsea Green uploaded a video of her Women’s Tag Team Title. She now has a side plate with her name on it, and that brought a caption to match.

Out with the old & in with the new!!


Ringside News exclusively reported that WWE hasn’t had a chance to even discuss this situation with Matt Cardona rocking the Women’s Tag Team Title belt internally. The fact is that the company has a lot more to worry about at this time.

There is hope within the company that Chelsea Green and Sonya Deville will stabilized the women’s tag team division. At this point, it looks like there is certainly proof that those belts belong to Deville and Green at this point, because they have sideplates.

We will have to see what is next for Chelsea Green and Sonya Deville’s WWE Women’s Tag Team Title reign. Keep checking back with us here at Ringside News, as we continue covering everything every step of the way.

Do you think that WWE made the right decision by placing the Women’s Tag Team Titles on Sonya Deville and Chelsea Green? Sound off in the comments below to let us know what you think!

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