4.) Street Profits (c) vs. RooDolph [Raw Tag Team Championships]
On last week’s WWE Raw, Randy Orton and RooDolph defeated Drew McIntyre and Street Profits in a six-man tag team match. This victory would logically put RooDolph in the front of the line for a tag team championship opportunity. Since Bianca Belair got drafted to SmackDown, RooDolph will very likely pick up the win here, allowing Street Profits to get drafted to SmackDown too.
Considering that Roode returned with a WWE Championship loss to Drew McIntyre, it would not make sense for him to lose a second championship match alongside Dolph Ziggler. Street Profits have held the Raw Tag Team Championships for a very long time, so it very much seems that it is time for them to drop it a top heel tag team who can freshen up the stale tag team division.
3.) Shayna Baszler and Nia Jax (c) vs. Mandy Rose and Dana Brooke [Women’s Tag Team Championships]
Booking the Women’s Tag Team Division seems to be a cumbersome task lately. Imagine two makeshift tag teams battling for the Women’s Tag Team Championships? Well, there’s no need to imagine it because that is the case here. In a similar manner to how Shayna and Nia formed as a tag team, the same happened with Mandy Rose and Dana Brooke.
While Shayna Baszler and Nia Jax retained the Women’s Tag Team Championships against Ruby Riott and Liv Morgan, Mandy Rose and Dana Brooke have been building momentum with two tag victories against Natalya and Lana over two consecutive weeks. On a further note, while there’s no need to make a mountain out of a molehill here, the WWE needs to stop punishing Lana too.
Nonetheless, a title change here is unnecessary. Baszler and Jax defeated a legitimate tag team in Bayley and Sasha Banks at WWE Payback 2020, so there’s no need to stop their momentum by booking them to lose to another makeshift tag team. Instead, they should lose to a legitimate tag team (*cough* Liv to Riott), who formed for valid storyline reasons that got the fans invested.