In the dynamic landscape of the WWE, the Undisputed WWE Tag Team Championships, currently held by Kevin Owens and Sami Zayn, have become a topic of contention. Owning the prestigious titles for both the "WWE Raw" and "WWE SmackDown" brands presents its own unique set of challenges and benefits.
This very topic was recently tackled by the Street Profits, one of the most formidable tag teams today, during an exclusive interview with the New York Post. Montez Ford, one half of the iconic duo, shared his complex emotions on the matter.
He sees merit in both perspectives. "There's undeniable allure in both scenarios. If the tag team titles are divided between the brands, it naturally leads to increased opportunities. This translates to more title matches, diversification across the brands, and innovative feuds," he explained.
"But, merging both titles? It adds a gravitas to the championship, elevating it to a pedestal where it's no longer just about one brand's supremacy, but the absolute pinnacle of tag team wrestling."
Dawkins Weighs Tag Title Dilemma
Angelo Dawkins, Ford's partner, echoed these thoughts.
While he acknowledges the narrative richness that comes with separated titles, providing a smorgasbord of matchups and plots, there's an unparalleled prestige in unified titles. "It’s a dilemma," he mused. "You crave those multiple chances, but simultaneously, standing atop the entire tag team world, unchallenged across brands? That's the zenith." In a world dominated by solo superstars, the Street Profits, Montez Ford and Angelo Dawkins, remain ardent supporters of tag team wrestling.
The duo recently pointed to the electrifying main event of WWE WrestleMania 39 Night One as a prime example. In this high-octane battle, Kevin Owens and Sami Zayn went toe-to-toe with The Usos. Such headline bouts not only amplify the reputation of the athletes involved but also underscore the importance of the tag team championships, casting a luminous spotlight on the duo dynamics that enhance the wrestling universe.