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WWE RAW: Triple H has major praise for new Tag Team Champions

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In a recent episode of WWE RAW, the wrestling world witnessed a significant title change that has stirred up excitement among fans and industry veterans alike.

The new WWE Women’s Tag Team Champions, Chelsea Green and Sonya Deville, have been crowned, marking a new era in the WWE women’s division.

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Triple H and his Endorsement

Triple H, the WWE executive and former world champion, has publicly expressed his admiration for the new champions.

He shared a photo with the champions, striking his signature ‘Triple H point pose’. His tweet read, “Ready to make this moment their own. Congratulations to your new WWE Women’s Tag Team Champions @SonyaDevilleWWE & @ImChelseaGreen #WWERaw”.

This endorsement from one of the industry’s most respected figures underscores the significance of their victory.

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WWE RAW: The Champions’ Journey

Sonya Deville and Chelsea Green’s journey to the championship has been a long one. Deville shared the same photo on her Twitter, captioning it, “8 years. 8 years we have been waiting for this photo. @ImChelseaGreen Thank you @TripleH 🏆🏆🏆🏆🏆🏆 AND NEW”.

This victory is the culmination of years of hard work, perseverance, and dedication to their craft.

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WWE RAW and the Wrestling Community’s Response

The wrestling community has been quick to congratulate the new champions. Notable figures such as Natalya, Mandy Rose, Jessica McKay, Cassie Lee, and Deonna Purrazzo have all expressed their congratulations.

Rhea Ripley, who played a pivotal role in the match that led to the title change, also congratulated the new champions.

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