The WWE main roster recently gained a few of NXT’s most talented stars, and now the women’s division is overloaded with talent on both Raw and SmackDown Live.

It’s been rumored for months now that WWE officials have been considering introducing tag team title belts for the women’s division, and it looks like the plan could finally be moving forward.

CageSideSeats notes that there’s talk that WWE has commissioned the Women’s Tag Team Championship belts, and they could end up debuting by SummerSlam.

It certainly seems that there’s no better time for WWE to debut tag team belts for the women’s division, as there are several teams already on the main roster.

Speaking of the women’s division, Liv Morgan recently spoke to NorthJersey.com about her journey to becoming a WWE Superstar, and she explained why she looked up to WWE Hall of Famer Lita while she was growing up.

“I grew up in an unstable environment. If you look at my life on paper, I shouldn’t be here. WWE was the only thing that made me and my brothers happy. Watching Lita, I’d see this red-haired chick with baggy pants and sneakers, and she’s wrestling with the boys and is a tomboy. I was such a tomboy growing up. I liked baggy pants and sneakers. Even today, I wear tights and wear sneakers. Just looking at Lita, I felt like she could be my friend. She was someone I related to. That’s all I want to do for girls growing up. I want them to see me and think, ‘Liv can be my friend.’”