Alexa Bliss and Nikki Cross want to be the longest-reigning WWE Women's Tag Team champions and beat The IIconics once again in the process.

After Bliss and Cross defeated the duo of Mandy Rose and Sonya Deville at the Clash of Champions show, they were interviewed backstage and asked who can pose a threat to them. Bliss simply responded by saying she be up for a match against The IIconics.

"A threat? Hmm, I would like to face The IIconics again," Bliss said.

The IIconics also hold the record for being the longest reigning champions, having held the belts for 120 days. Bliss and Cross, who have held the titles for 41 days after winning a fatal four-way elimination match on the August 5, 2019 edition of Raw, added that they aim to break the former champions' record.

"Sure, why not? I think that would be great. I feel like we could do it," Bliss said.

"Forty-one days, 141 days, 241 days, 341 days, 441 days, 541 days, 641 days, I just love these [tag titles]," Cross said.

Billie Kay of the IIconics, who didn't wrestle on the Clash of Champions show, looked to be up for the challenge in response to Bliss' comments.

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