WWE WrestleMania 29: What Will Happen with Daniel Bryan and Kane?

Jersey Strong Jay@@PWPowerhouseCorrespondent IIDecember 31, 2012

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Two major foes became unlikely friends in 2012 and took the WWE Universe by storm. Daniel Bryan and Kane, collectively known as "Team Hell No," have been intertwined for the entire second half of 2012. 

Whether they were fighting over the attention from AJ Lee, battling CM Punk for his WWE Championship or forming one of the most surprising tag teams in WWE history, the story has kept the fans intrigued.

Continuing my "mediocre" series of articles leading up to WrestleMania 29 this coming April, I would like to pose the question: What will happen with Daniel Bryan and Kane heading into WrestleMania 29?

If you asked me this question a few months ago, the answer would have been simple. Somewhere along the line, Kane would turn on Daniel Bryan in a fit of big, red, angry rage. I personally believe that this was the initial plan and very well could still take place.

However, at this point in time, the team seems to have so much momentum that if would be only appropriate if they walked into WrestleMania 29 as a tag team.

But will they still be champions when the time comes?

Damien Sandow and Cody Rhodes (Team Rhodes Scholars) have become a viable threat to the current WWE Tag Team Champions. Both members have been successful singles competitors and have been consistent players on the heel side in WWE.

They have done a great job getting over to the casual WWE Universe fan and the "hard to please" IWC fan. If there is any time to pull the trigger on a WWE Tag Team Championship reign for Team Rhodes Scholars, the time is now.

The feud with Team Hell No can continue somewhere along the road to WrestleMania 29. A monumental tag team grudge match (with a possible stipulation) can take place and Team Hell No can regain the belts at the huge event.

Like I stated earlier, I still believe that the plan could be to break up the team for a huge one-on-one match. The Royal Rumble match would be a great place to start a heavy tease to a Team Hell No break-up. 

If Kane were to eliminate Daniel Bryan or vice versa, the tension would start up again immediately.

Overall, I do think that the team will eventually break-up and have a series of entertaining matches with Daniel Bryan becoming one of the biggest baby faces in the company at the end.

However, I truly believe that Team Hell No will go into battle at WrestleMania 29 as WWE Tag Team Champions. 


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