There is little argument that WWE does not fairly balance its divisions well and unfortunately for those work under the Tag Team sector, they are no exception.
Despite looking promising a few months back, it seems WWE not has too many Tag Teams on its roster and are unable to hide the fact their creative team do not know which direction to take them in.
This is all but confirmed by the upcoming Fatal Four-Way match at the SummerSlam pay-per-view event this coming Sunday night.
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The match sees current WWE Tag Team Champions the Prime Time Players face their biggest rivals, The New Day, as well as Los Matadores and the Lucha Dragons.
Even to someone who is not a great lover of WWE, the match sounds like it has too much going on and in turn, lacks any sense of real direction.
This bout is a sad reality of the fact that WWE does not prioritise this division and has not done so for quite some time.
Whatever the outcome of this event at SummerSlam on August 23, no real significant change will be made that will be memorable to any member of the WWE Universe.
This is why WWE should be looking to its NXT branch in order to find the answer to their Tag Team Division problems, through Enzo Amore and Big Cass.
The pair are without doubt two of the biggest names in NXT at present and have certainly proved themselves as representing what professional tag teams should be.
With their being so many names in WWE's current Tag Team Division, many can be forgotten about and as a result, this sector of the roster becomes a lot less popular and seemingly more laughable, with fans.
Amore and Cass possess two huge personalities which would undoubtedly benefit the company's Tag Team Division, rather than just being another duo added to the mix.
They would bring a different spin to the Division which WWE clearly needs, not least because of their incredible in-ring abilities, too.
As if their characters alone were not a firm enough reason for Enzo Amore and Big Cass to make their WWE debut this Sunday, the event just so happens to be airing from their home town.
So with the division lacking direction, an impressive duo waiting for their call-up and the second biggest WWE event of the year being live from Brooklyn, what better setting could there be for the pair to burst onto the scene and revitalise WWE's Tag Team Division?