It was finally announced last night on Monday night Raw that The Prime Time players will defend their Tag Team Championships against The Lucha Dragons, The New Day and Los Matadores in a fatal four way tag match next Sunday night.
The Prime Time Players and The New Day have had a rivalry that has taken over the tag team division since the duo took the gold from the trio a few months ago.
Despite many opportunities to win back the gold, The New Day have failed and so now look to SummerSlam to take back what they feel is rightfully theirs.
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The Lucha Dragons have become a force to be reckoned with as of late and they truly light up the tag team division with Kalisto showing of newly innovated moves almost every single week.
So it does make sense that they are involved in this match as well, if only for entertainment purposes.
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WHERE ARE THE ASCENSION?
The confusing factor is that Los Matadores were pinned by The New Day last night on Raw yet they still have a title opportunity.
They were beaten by the number one contenders which means they should go to the back of the line and someone like The Ascension should come up and take that spot.
Since Elimination Chamber when they were a part of the first ever Elimination Chamber match for the Tag Team Championships, WWE have kept the former NXT Tag Team Champions away from the title picture and instead pushed Los Matadores as unlikely champions.
Konnor and Viktor haven't had the greatest run on the main roster since their debut a few months ago, but it feels like the longer WWE keep them away from the title picture, the more of a failure they seem to become as a team.
Could The New Day win back their gold next Sunday? Could The Usos finally make a return? Jey has been out since WrestleMania with a shoulder injury and perhaps right now would be a great opportunity for the former two time champions to appear and light up the division once more.
Either way a four team championship match makes it hard to predict who could walk out champions at the end of the night, it also makes it a no-dq match which means the partners and valets can be involved legally.
WWE's tag team division is going through a slight rough patch right now, but if anything can fix it, then it's a spot filled fatal four way tag team match where anyone can walk out champion.