Right now in the WWE a lot of the talk is about the dawn of a 'New Era' in the organisation.
With a host of new talent emerging on the main roster in recent weeks, and the announcement of a brand split and Superstar draft - not to mention a few veteran wrestlers departing the company - it definitely feels like the powers that be are embracing change.
That support and feeling of good will doesn't look like it extends to two Superstars who recently made their RAW debut, however, with reports today claiming WWE CEO Vince McMahon has already 'given up' on them.
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Despite only making their main roster debut as a tag team partnership on the May 16 episode of RAW, The Shining Stars duo of Primo and Epico are said to have already fallen out of favour with McMahon.
Indeed, it appears that their "lacklustre" performance that night - in a squash match against a partnership of Scott Jackson and Brian Kennedy - was all that was needed for the WWE CEO to make up his mind. This per Ringside News.
McMahon is notorious for making snap decisions on Superstars he likes or dislikes, so it wouldn't be altogether surprising if he had already written of The Shining Stars.
The fact Primo and Epico haven't appeared on WWE TV since May 16 suggests there may be something to the reports, although they have been seen in video promos on the previous two RAW episodes.
Considering the lack of talented depth in the tag team division right now, it would be slightly foolish of McMahon to write off a new team so quickly, but, like we said earlier, it wouldn't be a first.
Fans of Tyler Breeze, for instance, have learnt all too well in recent times how quickly McMahon can give up on a promising star arriving from NXT.
Stealing their thunder
Perhaps, though, it is the arrival of another exciting tag team duo onto the main roster that has meant McMahon has taken his attention away from the Puerto Rico pair.
Enzo Amore and Big Cass have hit the ground running since debuting last month and, even with Amore having missed time with a concussion, they have taken no time at all to get over with the WWE Universe.
There is no doubt that Enzo and Cass deserve as big a push as possible right now and, unfortunately for The Shining Stars, there just isn't enough room for two new tag teams to share the limelight - even in this 'New Era'.