Last year’s WWE Bragging Rights event was the first of its kind, and despite what critics will believe (including myself), the concept of the seven-on-seven main event tag match is a pretty deep one.
With a chance to showcase their individual skills, 14 WWE superstars are put to the ultimate test of collaborative skills and cognitive abilities.
While seven are left lying down, seven others are given the supreme victory and “Bragging Rights” for the coming year.
But does victory really make that big a difference?
Let’s take a look at each team from last year and see just how far they’ve come in one year. Perhaps this will provide some clear omens for the upcoming event, featuring several familiar faces in different places.