WWE: The New Age Outlaws Deserve One Last Run
"Oh, you didn't know? Your (insert bad word) better caaaall somebody!!"
They are back!
The New Age Outlaws made their official return in 2012 as part of the D-Generation X reunion on Raw 1000.
With all the hype surrounding the revival of the WWE tag team division, their coming home could not have been at a better time.
This legendary duo, and I do stress legendary, set the company on fire during the days of the Attitude Era with its mischief and humor, but it was the amazing teamwork that made the twosome so unforgettable.
In short, they were and are still an amazing pair.
The future is not yet written, but when they showed up at the Slammy Awards, no one could deny they looked in good shape and could still get a rise out of the crowd.
People absolutely love them, so it is time for another run. The WWE could definitely use a little mischief.
With their attitude and ring skills, their natural and perfect opponents could be none other than Team Rhodes Scholars.
All four characters can make incredible magic happen between now and WrestleMania XXIX. Team Hell No holds the titles right now, but that can change. There is plenty of time to get the straps on Rhodes and Sandow and subsequently have that awesome match at the show of shows.
Why wouldn't Road Dogg and Bad Ass deserve another shot?
They have proven their worth over the years and have also enjoyed mild success as singles stars. Their legacy can never be erased and they already have tons of fans out there.
It is worth the time and the investment.
Team Rhodes Scholars vs. The New Age Outlaws for the Tag Team Championship at WrestleMania XXIX?
Damien Sandow most certainly has reason enough to want to get some revenge. Remember that he had been made a "martyr" at the hands of these degenerates once before.
Cody Rhodes is already an excellent choice for a partner and he is all about the morals and the values. This would make for some spectacular television, even for tag teams, the likes of which the WWE Universe has not seen in years.
At a recent live show in New York City, The Outlaws and the Scholars already went at it and it is pretty wise to assume the crowd ate everything up as if it was covered in buttah!
This sort of thing will eventually spill over into live television, and with Mania fever right around the corner, everything will fall right into place.
The new tag team era is here. The veteran Outlaws are the key to drawing even more attention. Who knows? If they get the titles back somehow, they can transition easily onto another worthy pair in the future.
Experience has its perks and the New Age Outlaws are all about stealing opportunity when it presents itself.
The millions of WWE fans out there would do well to keep a lookout for these two weasels, they may very well steal the show somehow.
And if you ain't down with that, I've got two words for ya: Comment box!
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