Could Team Hell No Combine with the Rhodes Scholars?

Cardiff WandererCorrespondent IIOctober 1, 2012

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Although predicting the future is a dangerous practice, it would not be surprising if Team Hell No, comprised of Daniel Bryan and Kane, and The Rhodes Scholars, made up of Damian Sandow and Cody Rhodes, met in a tornado Hell In A Cell match for the tag team championship belts at the Hell In A Cell pay-per-view.

It isn’t exactly the most outlandish of predictions, considering these four men are the stand-out wrestlers in the division having only recently entered it from singles competition. The WWE also needs at least one more legitimate looking Hell In A Cell match up, in case John Cena cannot make it back from injury in time for a showdown with CM Punk.

Yet matches like Hell In A Cell can do very strange things to wrestlers. 

One of those effects can be mutual admiration for one another as they have taken each other to a place where few wrestlers ever get to. Such a spark could see these four upper mid-tier guys catapulted into the main event picture, as they would be more than enough to overwhelm any face out there. 

There are good logistical reasons to put these men together as well, especially with the annual Survivor Series pay-per-view just after Hell In A Cell. This would be the perfect opportunity for them to show their dominance as a unit and elevate them into a position of title-contending threats.

Of course a group like this would not stay together for very long, as their egos would not tolerate the other’s success, but this would not be a bad thing either. All the possible combinations would make interesting rivals underpinned by great wrestling. 

More than anything else, it could help give some of the younger men, Kane having already had a Hall of Fame career, an additional boost that could see them break the glass ceiling of the main-event picture. 

It would be a short-term alliance that would go down as a footnote in history, but could do wonders for one or more of their careers.