For the past few years, wrestling fans have had two constant complaints, one being the WWE Divas division or lack thereof. I recently discussed this in another piece, entitled "Kharma May Not Be Able to Save the Divas Division, but This Man Can."
The other constant complaint has been the tag team division. Unfortunately, it's suffering the same fate as the divas division. For whatever reason, the WWE doesn't give much television time to the tag team division. They are relatively consistent on WWE Superstars, but there are a few problems with that.
WWE Superstars doesn't air on TV in America, so U.S. fans have to go online to watch the show. Aside from that, as I said, they are relatively consistent. The few tag teams that the WWE does have aren't given enough exposure for the fans to make a fair assessment.
This does absolutely no good. When and if the WWE puts a team on TV, the crowd reaction is very minimal, because they don't know who they are.
Right now, there a lot of guys with absolutely no programs. However, they're still featured on TV every week in a meaningless match. Although the match has no point, the men in the ring still get a reaction from the crowd.
Let's imagine if some of these men joined up...