WrestleMania 29 is just over three short weeks away and there are several top superstars who have yet to be booked for a match.
Right around the top of that list are the current Money in the Bank briefcase holder, Dolph Ziggler, his bodyguard, Big E. Langston, and the reigning WWE tag team champions, Kane and Daniel Bryan.
At one point, it looked like Ziggler may be involved in a high-profile match at the event, but the World title match went to Jack Swagger.
Kane and Bryan, on the other hand, have been horribly booked for months on end and it is time to end this partnership known as Team Hell No.
Kane and Bryan have been at odds for weeks and the team is ready to implode once the opportunity arises. Ziggler and Langston represent that opportunity.
On the most recent edition of Monday Night Raw, Ziggler faced Bryan in one-on-one action. Ziggler won what was a highly competitive match, but he was given a huge assist from his girlfriend, AJ Lee, and Langston.
But it didn't stop there. After the match, Langston decided to deliver more punishment to Bryan, laying him out with his over the shoulder cutter finishing move.
This is where the door opens for WrestleMania. With Kane preoccupied on Monday with CM Punk and the disrespect he showed Paul Bearer, the "Big Red Monster" was nowhere to be found as Bryan felt the wrath of Langston.
This can lead to Bryan confronting Kane, and though Kane has a valid reason for not coming to his aid, it will add more fuel to the fire of the team being at odds.
Ziggler and Langston could then be put in a tag team match against any one of the few teams on the roster in order to showcase what they can do together. After a dominant win, they could issue the challenge for a title match at the biggest pay-per-view event of the year.
Who should Team Hell No defend the tag team titles against WM 29?
The WWE needs to take its tag team division in a different direction, and though Ziggler and Langston may not be a permanent solution, at least it would be fresh.
Aside from that, it gives these four men a match on the card, and let's face it, they're not going to get anything better at this point.
Ziggler still has until the next Money in the Bank pay-per-view, scheduled in July, to cash in the briefcase. Becoming one half of the WWE tag team champions would give him something to do until then and it would allow Langston to break out of the bodyguard role and start to show viewers what he can do inside the ring.
Dropping the titles would also allow Kane and Bryan to move back into singles competition, where they belong. Depending on how the team is split, a feud between the two could follow.
The current tag team division consists of teams such as Brodus Clay and Tensai, Primo and Epico, the Prime-Time Players and the Uso's. None of these teams are likely to get a title shot, so if the tag team titles are defended at WrestleMania, Ziggler and Langston are a good choice for challengers.
And if that match happens, it is a good possibility that we'll see new champions crowned.