I love tag team wrestling, always have and always will, Steiner Brothers are my all time favorite tag team. Even when Teddy Long tried to make us completely sick of tag team matches I still liked it. I remember a time when WWF used to have superstar tag team main event matches that would seem huge. Hogan and Machoman, Savage/Warrior, superfaces joining forces for a massive tag team. Now WWE is too scared to have big tag team match main events at PPVs. They can't even execute more than a couple good face tag teams really. American Alpha looked to be the next Steiner Brothers, got called up to the Main roster and got 1/3rd the cheers they did in NXT (usually the case) and didn't last. Breezedango is a fun tag team but can't be taken seriously for tag team gold, they are comparable to The Bushwackers. New Day is one success story. Enzo and Cass, broken up a bit too soon. Needed them on the face side. Hardy Boyz are starting to fade away already after being extremely over for a nostalgic return. A split and/or character changes will come sooner rather than later. That's it. That's all the face tag teams in WWE, one comedy team, one good team that has been together forever, one fading nostalgia team and one that has broken up already and another one broken up. I'm not even counting Goldust and R Truth because they were never taken seriously, ever. Time to make some new face tag teams man! Even have a couple of mega faces join forces if they have to. Finn Balor and Seth Rollins could tag for a bit, both have a similar style and the fans would invest in them as a super team. I know it wouldn't last too long but there's one team with guys who aren't really doing anything special right now. Big Show and Enzo for bit, try and relive a little of the Cass/Enzo dynamic. Give Show something to do if the plan isn't Big Show to make Cass golden then leave WWE. Tye Dillenger (who's ALREADY jobbing to Champion Jobber Mahal) tag him up with Kalisto or somebody. Randy Orton can take a youngster under his wing and become tag champs with him, somebody like Pete Dunn for a bit. Anyway, there's a couple of bad ideas for some face tag teams to try and put a bandaid on the squirting jugular injury that is called the face tag team problem.