Tamina and Nia Jax might not have won the titles at Fastlane, but that doesn't mean they won't have a marquee match at WrestleMania.
More women's wrestling history was made at Elimination Chamber. WWE's first ever Women's Tag Team Champions were crowned in the form of Sasha Banks and Bayley. That might have come as quite the surprise to some. With a team as dominant as Nia Jax and Tamina in the match, the odds were in the favor of the biggest tandem in the mix.
However, Jax careening through one of the plexiglass pods left Tamina high and dry and the pair was eliminated. Banks and Bayley needed challengers at Fastlane though, and the defeated Pacific Islanders were first in line. Sadly for them, they came up short yet again, and they did not take the loss well.
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Both women went about decimating the reigning champions after the match, so an unlikely guardian angel stepped in to put a stop to the beatdown. Beth Phoenix. The Hall Of Famer was a guest commentator for the match but couldn't sit idly by and watch Banks and Bayley continue to take a beating. However, Phoenix was outnumbered and outgunned and after striking Tamina, she needed her own guardian angel.
That's when Natalya came sprinting to the ring. Not only are Nattie and Phoenix good friends away from WWE, but they once formed a tag team called the Divas Of Doom. With Phoenix down and out, Natalya was met with the same fate. However, it would seem that what went down at Fastlane was a potential tease for a Phoenix in-ring return, perhaps at WrestleMania.
While we're not sure it would be the greatest match on the card, we are all for the Divas Of Doom reuniting in New York to take on Jax and Tamina. The Glamazon confronted Jax in the first ever women's Royal Rumble match in 2018 and the crowd loved every second of it. The Hall Of Famer is still in terrific shape and we wholeheartedly believe she can still go. Plus, if it goes well, maybe Phoenix will stick around so she and Nattie can challenge for the Women's Tag Titles.