Well, sadly, the tag team division revival didn't last too long.
Overall, the WWE produced several solid tag teams but never really followed through with any of them except Team Hell No.
Don't get me wrong here, Team Hell No is a formidable team, and Daniel Bryan and Kane have done their best to make the tag titles relevant again.
However, they have never been given solid dancing partners during their reign. Keep in mind, the company developed several tag teams with great potential, but when it came down to it, none of them were given a solid feud against the champs.
The current plan is for Kane and Daniel Bryan to defend the WWE Tag Team Titles against two members of The Shield, likely at the Extreme Rules pay-per-view. It's expected this is where Kane and Bryan will drop the titles.
This news isn't too surprising, as we witnessed the beginnings of this feud on Monday's Raw. Apparently, the buildup will continue on Friday's SmackDown. So, hopefully we will see some big moments in the weeks to come.
That being said, I am hopeful that Team Hell No's partnership dissolves after they drop the titles. The fact is that Bryan is too young to not be back in the main event picture. Not to mention, he and newly crowned World champion Dolph Ziggler would most likely work a solid program together.
Ultimately, we will have to wait and see where this goes, as the WWE tends to change things pretty regularly and might have a backup plan to keep the gold around the waits of Kane and Bryan.
In the end, this should be an eventful feud and provide us with some captivating TV. So, let's hope that the company doesn't drop the ball on this.