Wednesday, October 31, 2012

WWE Tag Team Division Thoughts

Over the past few years, there has been a lot wrong with WWE. And over the past few months, WWE really has gone down a bit. The three hour RAW and more shows than ever before, with an insane amount of content, has burned out the WWE fanbase. There are many things about the current product on television that are lacking.

One thing that is not lacking is the tag team division. Reports have stated that those in WWE are satisfied with the current tag team division. This is something they should be rightfully happy about, as it is the most engaging thing in WWE today.

The team of Kane and Daniel Bryan got off to a bit of an unconventional start, and there were some shaky moments. However, Team Hell No has engaged WWE fans. Following the charge are Damien Sandow and Cody Rhodes, Team Rhodes Scholars. These two competitors might have become lost in the shuffle. Then there is the always dynamic tag team of Rey Mysterio and Sin Cara, an impressive duo of two masked competitors.

Rounding out the tag team division are the devious duo of Titus O'Neil and Darren Young, the Prime Time Players. They formed an alliance back on NXT, but it has escalated from here and they could be in line for a title shot. The duo of Justin Gabriel and Tyson Kidd formed on NXT, but they are another duo who should entertain in the ring, and always present high flying, high octane action.

The Usos, Jimmy and Jey, are always on the hunt for the titles. Epico and Primo are another duo that could be back in the tag team title hunt. Team Co-Bro of Zack Ryder and Santino Marella might not be the strongest tag team, but these two underdogs always are dangerous. And there are any number of hungry and young competitors in WWE who could form a duo.

Not everyone is cut out to be a singles star. This pet project of the tag team division has been rumored to be the brain child of Triple H. More power to him and his eventual ascension to the top of the WWE throne as the big man in charge.

Tag team wrestling has returned with a vengeance, hopefully it is not fleeting.

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