To even say WWE has had a tag division over the past few years is a stretch of the imagination. Having a team co-hold a championship and the occasional title defense does not a division make.
The WWE tag team division disintegration history is the subject of a future GuysNation article, and if you don’t believe the division is a shell of its former self (or at least less exciting than the division in TNA Wrestling), just consider the “build up” for tag title matches in the last 8 months alone (the disintegration history spans years, not just months).
The focus of this article is on how to make the WWE tag division better, so you don’t necessarily have to agree how low it has sunk to agree with the rest of this article.
The Champs: Big Show & Kane
Though it started another team and built feuds to determine which teams are viable options as a somewhat random pairing, the duo of Big Show and Kane is really starting to grow on me.
Typically I like my tag teams to have somewhat matching attire and a team name, I wouldn’t change that about Show and Kane. I don’t see this pairing as a long term option for either of these guys, but as a partnership to help put overfor future champions, they do quite nicely.