The New Day are incredible, arguably one of the best things about the WWE today as they entertain thousands week in, week out.
The trio have gone from shucking and jiving positivity spreaders that were completely rejected to bad guys that turned on the fans. Then, they became so entertaining in their heelish ways that they were forced to become good guys again.
And now, the trio of Kofi Kingston, Xavier Woods and Big E Langston have broken the WWE record for longest reign with the current WWE tag team titles.
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The New Day passed Paul London and Brian Kendrick to take the milestone with 332 days.
That figure is a combined number of both of their stints as Champions, not just days in a row of their current reign.
Big E took to Twitter today to announce the news, posting a GIF of the tag team dancing to go along with it.
Even though they have had the titles for so long, the New Day are still incredible value and haven't gotten boring yet. That is a great testament to just how exciting and entertaining they have managed to be as Champions.
They have also been helped by the fact that, until recently, there haven't been any legitimate challengers for the belts. The fact that the Prime Time Players took the belts off them in the first place was a shocking decision, while The Usos, Dudley Boyz and Los Matadores were never over enough to win it.
Now, though, Enzo & Cass, Karl Anderson & Luke Gallows, and even The Vaudevillains are legitimate contenders. They're all ready for the belts.
So, where does the WWE go from here with the New Day? It's an interesting question, especially with the brand split coming up. Hopefully, they stay as a group and can go on to keep being entertaining.
But this is the WWE, where Vince McMahon reigns supreme and terrible decisions are sometimes only days away.