The Return Of The Stables/Tag Teams
by, 02-23-2012 at 05:52 PM (4221 Views)
Hi All It's dazzaschofield back with the re-branded 'Blog of all Blogs' bringing you the musings, ideas and general thoughts of a wrestling fan.
Today I'm going to look at what could be happening within the Tag Team division and the formation of stables in general.
After Elimination Chamber and this weeks Raw I got wondering if the WWE are trying to bring back the formation of Stables/Tag Teams within it's product.
Firstly we have the events of Elimination Chamber and Raw with regards to Johnny Ace! The WWE have the opportunity after EC to turn the in ring segment with Johnny into a newly formed stable. We have been hearing that WWE plans to have a Team Laurenitus Vs. Team Long at Wrestlemania.
This is a good idea and could be an ideal opportunity to turn Team Laurenitus into 'The New Corporation', you have
- Laurenitus - The Leader
- Alberto Del Rio - The right hand man/Brains
- Mark Henry - The Muscle
- Christian - The Weasel/Cheat
I believe it could massively help all 3 stars reach a new level within the company, hell they could even have Bryan join so that the stable holds the championship. This would make any feud for the championship more interesting as the fans would be more involved in wanting their 'face' guy to overcome the odds and win the championship.
Also happening within the WWE it seems they are throwing a few random superstars together to see what they would make as a tag team, this week it was R-Truth and Kofi Kingston. Now after watching their match and seeing how they worked together in the battle royal can see these two being a very successful tag team if WWE decides to run with it for a while. If they then throw a few more wild combo's together such as Mason Ryan/Tyler Rekks dominant muscle tag team then we may just have the starts of a decent tag division.
Anyway this was a simple first edition of 'The Blog of all Blogs' and I hope you enjoyed. let's hope that the WWE run with this and bring back a part of what has been missing for a while.