WWE Title Change: New SmackDown Tag Team Champions Crowned at Clash of Champions 2019 | Smark Out Moment
The WWE SmackDown Tag Team Championship has changed hands as The Revival defeated The New Day to win the titles at Clash of Champions 2019 on September 15, 2019.

My immediate reaction: Wow, really? I didn't think this was going to happen. I figured The New Day would keep the belts until at least Survivor Series and then drop them afterward, if not hold them longer. The Revival seems like they're leaving and you'd think WWE would have given up by now on trying to keep them here with random tag title reigns that mean nothing (as I'm sure this won't be all that different from their previous title reigns).

Click the following links for the full list of title changes for this year and the list of current champions and my predictions for who will take the belts away from them.

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AUTHOR OF THIS POST: ANTHONY MANGO

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