WWE WrestleMania 29: Team Hell No Should Have Lost the Tag Titles and Split Up

Sebastian Maldonado@https://twitter.com/#!/SebastianTSUFeatured ColumnistApril 7, 2013

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photo courtesy of wwe.com

Team Hell No continued their dominance over the tag team division as they defeated another team at WrestleMania 29.

Kane and Daniel Bryan defeated Dolph Ziggler and Big E Langston and thus extended their seven-month reign as tag team champions. The finish came when Kane chokeslammed Ziggler and Bryan hitting a diving headbutt for the three-count Unfortunately, the WWE made the wrong call.

Team Hell No should have lost the tag team titles and split up tonight.

What is there left for them to do? They brought credibility to the weakened division and brought some of the most entertaining moments in recent memory.

Kane and Bryan have great chemistry as a team. However, they deserve to have their runs as single WWE Superstars. It’s time to let someone else take the titles. 

Who? As a matter of fact, it should go to Dolph Ziggler and Big E Langston.

Granted, it would be a step back for Ziggler, who still carries that Money in the Bank briefcase. However, it could have been a huge step for Langston.

Langston and Ziggler could have brought something new to the tag team division. They already have a good chemistry with each other. Add AJ as their manager, and you have something that’s seriously lacking in the WWE today: a faction.

The WWE definitely needs more factions. The Shield is a perfect example of a working faction; on the flip side, there’s 3MB.

Ziggler’s allegiance with Langston and AJ fall in the middle in the sense that they have great potential to become an effective faction. Unfortunately, this won’t happen now.

They lost too much momentum after tonight’s match. Though, Team Hell No is still dominant, they didn’t need to win.

Ziggler and Langston needed the victory for the sake of the tag team division. It’s time for having more teams vying for titles and thus establishes a more competitive division.

Now, the division took a step back which could have been avoided had the WWE not made the wrong call. Team Hell No has run its course. It’s time for a new team to become the champions.

Tonight, the WWE dropped the ball.