Daniel Bryan and Kane Should Fight for the Tag Team Title at WrestleMania

Dean Siemon@deansiemonAnalyst IIFebruary 3, 2013

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While in the last few years the tag team division has struggled, we are now seeing an influx of teams that have brought some attention back to the tag team championship belts.

Part of that is due to the team of Daniel Bryan and Kane, who might begin to fall apart as an effective duo after the events of the Royal Rumble.

And while many might expect to see the team split up and drop the titles to a team like Sin Cara and Rey Mysterio, or even the Prime Time Players, I have other thoughts in mind.

Since there was a period of time when both of them would shout at each other that they were the tag team champion, maybe the creative team can revisit that concept and make that a WrestleMania match.

Remember when the Tag Team Championship was part of some great matches at WrestleMania?

In 2001 at WrestleMania 17, Edge and Christian won the titles in a Triple Threat TLC match against the Dudley Boyz and the Hardy Boyz.

Since then, there hasn't been a lot of respect shown towards the Championship. Either they would be defended before the event or not be shown at all.

2012 (WrestleMania 28)—Primo and Epico defeated Justin Gabriel and Tyson Kidd and the Usos in a triple threat match before the pay-per-view.

2011 (WrestleMania 27)—No title match.

2010 (WrestleMania 26)—Big Show and Miz defeated John Morrison and R-Truth in less than four minutes.

2009 (WrestleMania 25) —Carlito and Primo defeated Morrison and Miz in a dark match before the event.

2008 (WrestleMania 24)—No title match.

2007 (WrestleMania 23)—No title match.

2006 (WrestleMania 22)—Big Show and Kane defeated Carlito and Chris Masters in less than seven minutes.

2005 (WrestleMania 21)—No title match.

So why not give the tag team championships a better spotlight at the grandest stage of them all?

Both wrestlers are very different from each other and can put on a classic match. Kane's size and agility is what makes him one of the best big men in WWE history, while Bryan has the unique submission offense and can create some counters that would keep the fans into the match.

I thought they were setting this match up when both of them were calling themselves the tag champions. Having them battle for the rights to both belts would give the titles a little more attention at WrestleMania, which they haven't had in a long time.