WWE Night of Champions 2012: Daniel Bryan and Kane Will Steal the Show

Alex Ballentine@Ballentine_AlexFeatured ColumnistSeptember 15, 2012

Photo via WWE.com
Photo via WWE.com

When WWE's Night of Champions pay-per-view is through, it will be the newly formed tag team of Daniel Bryan and Kane that will have people talking.

As the title of the event suggests, all titles will be on the line in the event, so stealing the spotlight will be difficult as all of the company's biggest stars will be on display. However, the duo has experience in coming through on pay-per-view, so it should come as a surprise to no one if they are involved with some of the best entertainment of the night.

Let's face it, the tag team division has been rather boring recently. Kofi Kingston and R-Truth are both entertaining in the ring, but their title reign has fell flat due largely to lack of competition.

Much of this is due to the fact that there haven't been many feuds for Kofi and Truth that featured characters we know or really care about. Up-and-comers like the Prime Time Players have flashed some promise but never really felt credible as threats to the title without any momentum or story behind them.

With the team of Bryan and Kane, the WWE finally has a team with enough star power and story to feel like they can unseat the current champions and that is a great thing for the tag team division.

With Bryan and Kane as champions, the WWE can really work up-and-comers into a feud as Kane and Bryan have both proven capable of delivering on the mic.

A WWE Championship match between John Cena and CM Punk may headline the show, but we've seen these two go at it before, we know what to expect. With the team of Kane and Bryan, we are witnessing something entirely new.

The two wrestlers have shown great chemistry while working against each other and should provide an entertaining and intriguing dynamic while working together.

The love-hate relationship between the two should develop into one of the more entertaining segments of programming for the foreseeable future if the creative team plays their cards right, and it should get kicked off by a great performance by the two at Night of Champions.