Sheamus and King Barrett could join the tag team division

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It has been rumored that Sheamus and King Barrett could become a tag team to spice things up in the division.

The Irishman and the Brit have been pairing up recently in three-man tag team matches on Raw, SmackDown, and during the pre-show at the Hell in a Cell pay-per-view last Sunday. 

The Cageside Seats website states: "According to the Observer, King Barrett and Sheamus are now considered an actual tag team."


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Both wrestlers have been looking for a boost recently in order to have more screen time, and adding them into the tag team division would not only benefit them but the division itself as well.

King Barrett recently said he would love to enter himself into the tag team division, and his chemistry with Sheamus could provide him with the perfect partner.

However, The Celtic Warrior is currently the Money in the Bank briefcase holder, so he still has a direction in the singles competition. It is yet to be known if he will win the WWE World Heavyweight Championship if he does cash-in, but more rumors are pointing towards him failing to capture the title.

This means Sheamus could easily fall back on the tag team division if that was the case. Himself and King Barrett would be good in the tag team division, and would likely still remain heels in a division which has been lacking interesting competitors for The New Day.

The Usos are expected to return soon too, so that will be another interesting tag team storyline for the WWE to pursue if they wish to do so.

Would you like to see Sheamus and King Barrett tackle the tag team division together? Have your say and leave a comment below...

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