During the Monday Night RAW broadcasts held on the date, more details were released regarding the new WWE Women’s Tag Team Championships.
The one in charge to offer new information on the matter was Alexa Bliss, that began its segment “To Moment of Bliss” remembering the moment in which Vince McMahon announced the creation of this championship during the RAW of the past 24 of December. Subsequently, he set out to present the tag team titles:
MAJOR NEWS on A #MomentOfBliss:
— WWE (@WWE) January 15, 2019
Subsequently, Bliss confirmed that the first tag team champions will be crowned on February 17 in Elimination Chamber. The titles will be put into play in a combat within the elimination chamber that will have three SmackDown tag teams and three of RAW. This makes it clear that there will only be a single championship that will be played between the stars of the two main brands of the company, as had been rumored during the last weeks.
The segment starring Bliss went ahead when she introduced Paul Heyman, who talked about the candidates to face Brock Lesnar after the suspension of Braun Strowman. However, both were interrupted by Heavy Machinery, which appeared briefly before the main event began.