Alexa Bliss Calls Out The Kabuki Warriors, SmackDown Viewership

Alexa Bliss Calls Out The Kabuki Warriors, SmackDown Viewership

– Alexa Bliss is wondering where the Kabuki Warriors are, calling them out on Twitter, earlier today.

The last time the WWE Women’s Tag Titles were defended on WWE TV was back in December at WWE TLC when The Kabuki Warriors retained against Becky Lynch and Charlotte in the first-ever Women’s Tag Team TLC Match.

Kairi Sane missed about a month’s worth of action after it was believed she sustained a concussion during that match. For Asuka, she went on to feud with WWE RAW Women’s Champion Becky Lynch.

Bliss said, “Me looking for the women’s tag team titles representation like…our women’s tag division has some some of the most talented women on the roster…where u at Kabuki Warriors…?

“But @WWEAsuka leave your green mist at home. It’s a coward move & my extensions are way too expensive to be stained by green food coloring. #DefendThoseTitles”

WWE has yet to advertise any upcoming Women’s Tag Title matches in the near future.

Friday’s episode of SmackDown drew an average of 2.453 million viewers in the overnight ratings for the Elimination Chamber go-home show, according to Showbuzz Daily.

Hour one drew 2.579 million viewers, then hour two dropped to 2.326 million viewers. SmackDown also drew an average of 0.7 rating in the 18-49 demographic, which was tied for #2 for the night, behind Shark Tank (0.8), and along with 20/20.


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