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Mvp and Mark Henry Done With Tagging?

LAS VEGAS - AUGUST 24:  Wrestlers Mark Henry (L) and MVP are introduced during the WWE Monday Night Raw show at the Thomas & Mack Center August 24, 2009 in Las Vegas, Nevada.  (Photo by Ethan Miller/Getty Images)
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james nottelingContributor IFebruary 28, 2010

A lot of people believe this is a decent team. Well i have been looking at all their matches lately and i believe it’s a waste of time. Sure they get most wins on raw but whenever it’s a title match they always lose. Showing that the wwe doesn’t want these two being anymore than a stable. I believe this team is showing that it was made not for tag just for another tag because of the shortage of tags. That’s why they unified the titles. These two are great singles competers and the have had their highs mvp being us champ and mark henry getting to face the undertaker at ww 22 which was a great match. Anyway if you think back to 2007 the wwe couldn't get anough tag teams such as lance cade and Trevor Murdoch, Brian kendrich and Paul london, the Hardys, DX, rated rko, ric flair and roddy piper, cody rhodes and harcore holly, deuce and domino and john morrison and the miz just their 9 teams and now there is only around 3-4 cryme time, hart dynasty, Caylen croft and Trent barreta and show miz these are proper teams unlike Mark Henry and mvp or the great khali and matt hardy. so i believe nxt should introduce 2 tag teams with the mentors being cryme time and hart dynasty because these two teams have great ability but don't get used enough, so if they were to go to nxt they would teach younger tags and get a match for them self.

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