The excitement continues to grow towards the WWE draft next week, but while fans are excited to see where the stars end up, the tag teams will be worried about what the future holds.
The brand split is a fantastic opportunity for everyone; it could mean more television time, more championship matches and more chances to impress – mainly for singles stars.
BREAKING UP TEAMS
However, according to recent reports from Ringsidenews.com, the WWE could be splitting up several teams on Tuesday.
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This could be ideal for certain individuals of a team, but on the other hand, there are members of teams that rely on collective success to get over with the WWE Universe, and breaking them up could jeopardise that.
No names have been confirmed as of this writing. However, last week it was speculated that Vince McMahon wanted to push Big E as a singles star while the New Day are still over and entertaining.
SINGLES SUCCESS FOR BIG E AND BIG CASS?
If that’s the case, then the New Day could be one of those team that splits up, with a match against The Wyatt Family set to take place at Battleground in a non-title match.
Fans will also be hoping that Enzo Amore and Big Cass are drafted together, despite speculation suggesting Vince is also a huge fan of Big Cass, and he could be pushed the moon with a potential match – and win – over Brock Lesnar in the works.
Other teams will also surely be in danger, with The Ascension struggling to make an impact while splitting The Dudley Boyz could be a repeat of 2002 where it didn't work out too well for either Bubba Ray or D-Von.
Which tag teams do you think will be split up in the draft? Have your say in the comments section below.
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