IMPACT Wrestling has confirmed that the Knockouts Tag Team Championship will return!
The news was broken during Bound For Glory, with the announcement from Madison Rayne and Josh Mathews that the new champions will be crowned on January 16th at Hard To Kill.
The news came after Su Yung was crowned the new IMPACT Knockouts Champion after defeating Deonna Purrazzo. The new champion was crowned after The Virtuosa issued an open challenge when scheduled challenger Kylie Rae failed to show up for the match.
BREAKING: You've asked for it – the Knockouts Tag Team Titles are BACK!
— IMPACT (@IMPACTWRESTLING) October 25, 2020
In recent weeks, Tenille Dashwood and Kimber Lee have discusses the potential return of the Knockouts Tag Team Championships with us.
Dashwood told us how she would love the titles to return, but only to pre-occupy the other women so she can chase singles gold.
“I would. I would absolutely love to see them. I wouldn’t be part of it because I don’t need a partner. It’s just solely me, but I’m happy for the other women to go after things like that while I go after the [Knockouts] Championship and take that.”
Meanwhile, Kimber Lee told us how she and Deonna Purrazzo would welcome the return of the Knockouts Tag Team Championship, and that they deserve to be champions.
“The Virtuosa and The Curator absolutely deserve it, and those belts would look great around our waists.”
The new Knockouts Tag Team Champions will be crowned at IMPACT Wrestling’s Hard To Kill on January 16th.
Full IMPACT Wrestling Bound For Glory results can be found here.