New Knockouts Tag Team Champions were crowned at IMPACT Wrestling's Hard To Kill PPV event.
The Knockouts Tag Team Titles were first introduced in 2009 under the TNA banner. Sarita and Taylor Wilde were the first-ever Knockouts Tag Team Champions, while Eric Young and ODB were the last. The belts were deactivated in 2013 by Division Executive Brooke Hogan due to Young being a male. They were brought back in 2020 with a tournament announced to crown new Champions.
The finals were contested at IMPACT Hard To Kill with Kiera Hogan and Tasha Steelz facing the team of Havok and Nevaeh. The match was decided when Tasha hit Nevaeh with a fisherman's suplex for the pin and the win. Gail Kim and Madison Rayne came out and presented the women with their titles, handing the proverbial torch to the next generation of Knockouts.
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