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Vince McMahon Is the Only One That Can Save the Tag Team Division

Vince McMahon
Vince McMahon
Jack WindhamAnalyst IJanuary 19, 2011

With WWE, everything starts and ends with Vince McMahon.

The 65-year-old CEO makes all of the decisions. He's the one that pulls the strings of the entire operation that is known as WWE. McMahon is the one that decides what will and won't happen in his world.

WWE fans have been clamoring for the tag team division to return to respectability. Only the foolish of fans would be able to say that the division is still a strong point for the company. Let's just say that if the tag team division was an animal, then there would be animal rights groups the world over trying to save it from extinction.

Scour the Internet, and you'll find plenty of ideas on how to save the tag team division.

Some suggest brand new tag teams, either from the existing main roster or by putting together developmental talent. Some even suggest signing existing tag teams from outside of the company as well. A few even come up with creative stories for the writers to use.

Well, none of that matters.

The reason why the tag team division is dead is because McMahon wants it to be. He doesn't believe that tag teams can generate revenue for the company as much as singles wrestlers can. That's why he constantly splits up tag teams that build even the smallest amount of momentum.

Until McMahon changes his mind, the tag team division is not going to improve.

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Jack Windham is the lead writer at WrestlingRevealed.com.

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