There are many dominant tag teams on the WWE roster. You’ve got the Hardy Boys, Club, Enzo and Cass, Usos, American Alpha, and Cesaro/Sheamus. But is there room for one more?
With so much sucess at NXT, DIY is the next great tag team in the WWE. Tomaso Ciampa and Johhny Gargano are looking to be champions on the main roster. And while NXT is in dire need of tag teams, should they go the main roster and go their separate ways on either RAW or Smackdown Live?
Both Ciampa and Gargano have had success as singles wreslters on the Indy scene. Ciampa worker for ROH, PWG, among others. Meanwhile, Gargano worked heavily with AIW.
Champions wherever they’ve been, the two do work well as a tag team, but it might be time to break the two apart.
After their epic Cruiserweight Classic match, both Gargano and Ciampa have shown to the WWE Universe there incredible singles wrestling capabilities. I’d go as far to say as that was one of the best matches I’d have ever seen. Given the right opponents, possibly on 205 Live, the two could steal the spotlight away from some of the other top stars.
However, DIY needs to stay together. They are just too good as a tag team. Considering the Smackdown Live tag title landscape, it makes sense for them to come in and give a jolt to the show. Of course many things can change between now and their debut, but it seems like they’d be given an immediate push.
The duo of Gargano and Ciampa have traveled the world together and are best friends. The chemistry is there, and that’s what makes a great tag team.
Former NXT Tag Champs, both have carried matches on NXT for the last year. And not to take anything away from the Authors of Pain, but DIY made them look like 5-star wreslters.
It’s easy to spilt a tag team up. DIY is not that tag team. They’ve come so far in NXT together, and it would be sad for them to go their separate ways. It wouldn’t be surprising if they capture tag team gold at some point in the next two years.
If the WWE is listening, please give DIY a chance together on the main roster.
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