Despite the sudden influx of several duos, WWE's Tag Team Division at present simply does not receive the focus it deserves.
This area of the roster has unfortunately fallen victim to a struggle in story lines which has resulted in forgettable matches week-in, week-out, much in the same way as the company's Divas Division.
WWE has huge potential with regard to the names which currently make up its Tag Team Division, with the likes of The Usos, The New Day and The Dudley Boyz all able to impress with their unique style.
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For the biggest company in professional wrestling, however, it appears that any Tag Team match on an episode of Monday Night Raw or on a pay-per-view event of late is there because it has to be and not because they want it to be.
Time for change
There has, though, been some recent developments relating to one of the biggest and most popular Tag Team's in WWE's history; The Hardy Boyz.
As reported by Pro Wrestling, Jeff Hardy recently appeared on an episode of Ric Flair's Wooooo! Nation podcast, and spoke openly about a potential WWE return for him and his brother:
"I'm not sure when, but I think both Matt and myself would love to end our careers in the WWE," he said.
"It'd be super, double great to be able to have a few more good ones with the Dudley Boyz...definitely, it's a possibility. I'm just not sure when right now."
Whenever The Hardy Boyz make their undoubtedly epic WWE return, it will prove to be another successful example of the brand relying on familiar faces.
WWE's tendency to bring back legends of the past often proves not only beneficial to them as a company, but also hugely popular with the WWE Universe.
Seeing this legendary Tag Team burst back onto the scene would surely prove no exception with the success of this trend, as they would work incredibly well once again with The Dudley Boyz whilst showing the younger Tag Team talent a thing or two, as well.
The Hardy Boyz had an entertaining yet somewhat controversial time at WWE during the late 90s and early 2000s, but this did not take away from their memorable in-ring ability.
Ultimately, the talent in WWE's Tag Team today, whilst still interesting to watch, is fading into the background of what is a seemingly confused roster, with no team receiving a clear sense of direction.
With this in mind, if the return of The Dudley Boyz in August of this year is anything to go by, then the WWE Universe would be in for an explosive treat should The Hardy Boyz make a memorable comeback to WWE.