Because quite frankly, they don't really work out, mostly on the RAW side of things. Rollins was demoted to the tag team scene with Ambrose, which was fine, but then he got paired up with Jason Jordan. I know he'll be back to the main event picture soon, but isn't that stupid? Rollins won't be staying in that division long, which means that the team of Rollins and Jordan is short-lived, as we all expected. Plus, the Hardys are just bound to break up, since WWE can double their money, if they have Woken/Broken Matt and Jeff Hardy in solo roles, rather than in a team. Jeff Hardy taking on the likes Roman, Rollins, Balor, Cena, Styles and Nakamura is a huge deal that's waiting to happen, while Matt can have great midcard feuds. Rusev is also better suited in a solo role and they should push that "Rusev Day" thing as hard as they can push it, because Rusev is really a great talent. With that being said, the real tag teams are: The Bar The Revival The Club Epico & Primo (when Primo returns) The Usos The New Day BBros Breezango AA 2.0 Slater & Rhyno Titus Worldwide That's 11 teams, half of which are jobbers. That's why I think that instead of having two seperate divisions, why not have one? A REAL division. Club, ND, Bar and Usos can be the top talent of the division. For example, take a look at Wrestlemania. There's never space for two tag team matches. Not even with the Pre-Show. The Usos were left out of the show entirely. But what if there was one division? Then the Bar vs Enzo&Cass vs Hardys vs Club match, could also include AA and The Usos and just like that, you get AA and the Usos on the main show. I now that I've been talking about this for a long time, but ffs, Seth Rollins has been feuding with The Bar since the summer. How many times have Rollins and Ambrose/Jordan exchanged titles with The Bar? And in the meantime, SD writers were struggling to find something that can create interest for the Usos to do.