The WWE has been doing a great job lately of working on its tag team division, and a big part of that has been the recent addition of teams such as Rhode Scholars, SinSterio, and the current Tag Team Champions, Hell No. The inclusion of names like Daniel Bryan, Rey Mysterio, and Cody Rhodes along with the added emphasis on the importance of the tag team titles has gotten people invested in the division and the cast of characters that make it up.
With that said, the WWE has to realize that while it may be fine for a guy like Kane or Mysterio (older guys who can help younger, newer guys get started in the WWE) a tag team is not the limit for a Rhodes, a Bryan, a Sandow, or maybe even a Sin Cara. They have more to offer the audience than is allowed with a tag team partner.
Rhode Scholars, SinSterio, and HellNo are pretty much padding, to get people invested in the WWE—a facade almost. Not to say that the real tag team division is not awesome, but the clear fact is these three teams aren't going to be around forever, and I think that it will be a great time when that comes.
WWE has plenty of guys that can fill a tag team division, and removing the padding will allow those guys to really shine. In order to get ready for that time, let's take a look at the REAL WWE Tag Team Division.