The WWE tag team division somehow seems to consistently be in a state of flux.
In just a few months we've gone from The Usos and The Dust Brothers fighting it out for the titles with The Ascencion seemingly poised to wreak havoc from NXT, to Cesaro and Kidd holding the straps with The New Day and the Lucha Dragons fighting it out for a title shot.
There's going to be more changes to come however, with reports today suggesting that Tyson Kidd and Cesaro could be set for a face turn in the very near future.
According to a report from WrestlingInc, original plans for the WWE Tag Team Title Match at Extreme Rules called for Cesaro and Tyson Kidd to defend against "The Lucha Dragons" Sin Cara and Kalisto.
Cesaro and Kidd got over big at some of the live events on the recent WWE European tour and that may have influenced some of the booking.
It's not known if Cesaro and Kidd will be working as babyfaces from here on out as a full-time thing, but they will be working as faces at least against The New Day at Extreme Rules. The New Day are a weird case in themselves, as they have been pulling off heel-like moves, Xavier Woods grabbing Sin Cara to count out the Lucha Dragons for instance, but they still clap each other.
This is excellent news for Cesaro and Kidd however. The two are an amazing tag team, one that may have seemed a bit hashed together at first, but they managed to make it work. Both are talented wrestlers and it would also set up a potential babyface singles run for Cesar down the road.
WWE gets themselves into trouble trying to tweak heel and face behavior based off of crowd reaction. It seems they haven't realise that the crowd will cheer whoever they want, but Vince McMahon is still stuck in that "the crowd will cheer who I tell them to cheer, god dammit!" way of thinking.