Awesome Kong Can Put the Hart Dynasty Back Together Again

Jack Windham@wr_revealedAnalyst IJanuary 20, 2011

Tyson Kidd, Natalya Neidhart and David Hart Smith
Tyson Kidd, Natalya Neidhart and David Hart Smith

Sometimes, it's easier to admit a mistake.

It wasn't too long ago that WWE made the decision to split up the Hart Dynasty.

Management felt that they would have a much better chance at success if they were each on their own; one of them was bound to break out and become a star.

Well, it looks like WWE might have pulled the trigger a little too quickly on that idea.

David Hart Smith has not done anything of note since the breakup. He's essentially a generic wrestler that is utilized more often than not on WWE Superstars.

There was some "next Shawn Michaels" hype for Tyson Kidd when he was paired up with developmental giant Jackson Andrews; then the bodyguard disappeared, followed by hope of a major singles push for the high flying star.

It's not time to admit the mistake and come up with a plan to get Kidd and Smith back together again.

Enter Awesome Kong.

The gigantic former TNA Knockouts champion is expected to make her debut with WWE any time now. What better way to have her debut in the company than to have her demolish Natalya after a successful title defense at the Royal Rumble.

The vicious attack could then prompt both Kidd and Smith to come to Natalya's rescue. It would also lead to a reunion.

Kong's first duty in WWE could be to help cover up a mistake.

 

Jack Windham is the lead writer at WrestlingRevealed.com.

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