WWE: These Tag Teams should be brought backLast updated on Sep 02, 2019, 07:39 pm
WWE has several formats of pro-wrestling, including singles and Tag Teams.
While singles usually dominate the industry, the Tag Teams too have good fan following.
Over the years, a number of stables have been formed.
However, not all last long enough, while some split pre-maturely, despite receiving appreciation from the fans.
On the same note, we analyze the teams that should be brought back.
The Bludgeon Brothers
Bludgeoning is a scary job indeed
The team of Eric Rowan and Luke Harper was a force ever since they made their debut alongside Bray Wyatt.
Even after their split, Rowan and Harper continued to dominate the division.
However, Harper's injury has led them to split.
While Rowan has aligned himself with Daniel Bryan in recent times, it is with Harper, his chemistry jewels as they can indeed bludgeon.
The Truth is always Awesome
Trust me when I say this, R-Truth is now one of the hottest names in WWE, courtesy of being a 13-time 24/7 champion.
Meanwhile, The Miz, who was a top heel until last year, has become a face. And he has been on a losing spree.
Nonetheless, he could join forces with Truth and help Awesome Truth to get back on the winning track.
Boss n Hug connection
Best friends should always stay together
We have to admit that besides being a top force in the women's division, Bayley and Banks are tremendously good wrestlers, especially as singles competitors.
However, winning the first-ever Women's Tag Team Championship does prove that they are equally good as a team.
Moreover, since they are best friends in real life, keeping the Boss n Hug Connection together could keep the fans alive.
Kings of Wrestling
A multi-platform Tag Team champion deserves a reunion
Little does anyone know that Cesaro and Kassius Ohno were a force in the Tag Team division prior to joining WWE.
They have won the Tag Team Championships in other platforms like Chikara, CZW, PWG, JCW and ROH.
Thus, it's only a matter of time before Ohno is drafted to the main roster from NXT, as an eminent Kings of Wrestling reunion awaits.
Team Hell No
Bryan and Kane should Hug it Out again
Bryan and Kane remain the most unlikely combination as Tag Team partners.
However, they gelled well enough as a team, despite their differences, and won the hearts of the fans.
While they had a short reunion recently, it didn't last long owing to Bryan's temporary injury and Kane's mayoral commitments.
Nonetheless, they are a team, fans would always love to see with another reunion.