10. Get New Women's Tag Team Champions
Billie Kay and Peyton Royce are excellent jobbers. They're annoying, get decent heat, are good enough between the ropes to put someone over in 2-3 minutes, and always come up with hilarious excuses for their shortcomings. This should disqualify from holding championships, at least until WWE have switched gears and tried to build them up, but alas.
The IIconics are a combined 1-4 since taking Sasha Banks and Bayley's straps at WrestleMania 35, with that one victory coming against a pair of local jobbers. They've got belts, but they're still being booked like jokes.
This reign is already unsalvageable. Say what you will about Banks and Bayley's professionalism following their post-'Mania stunts, but they were right about the Women's Tag Team Titles. These things are deader than dead at the moment, and while it should be acknowledged that Kay and Royce themselves aren't the problem, the straps can't be received with any degree of credibility while around the waists of two performers who routinely lose in under two minutes.
Asuka and Kairi Sane's emergence gives WWE an easy option to put this division back on the right course. Fingers crossed they take it.