In a result that was widely expected, Kane and Daniel Bryan retained their tag team titles on Sunday night at WrestleMania 29.
Going up against Dolph Ziggler and Big E Langston, who entered the year's biggest event with no prior match experience together, Team Hell No was able to secure the victory when Bryan got the pin over Ziggler.
While many continue to anticipate the separation of the duo, which has held the belts for nearly seven months and has been low-scale feuding with each other for the last two, it's clear that the WWE didn't view Ziggler and Langston as the rightful heir.
At least not yet.
Ziggler clearly has talent. He holds the Money in the Bank contract for a reason. But over the past few months, he has notoriously found himself on the losing end of a majority of his matches with a push seemingly nowhere in sight.
Unfortunately for those desperately waiting for a turnaround, Sunday was more of the same disappointment for "Ziggy."
As for Big E, he has been causing impressive havoc as Ziggler and A.J. Lee's bodyguard for a while, but this was his first official match on the WWE's main roster, and instantly hauling in a title belt would have been slightly perplexing.
It will be interesting to see where the WWE goes from here.
Kane and Bryan can't hold the tag team title forever, but the company doesn't seem to know who to give them to.
Team Rhodes Scholars, the only other team that has really challenged Team Hell No recently, is caught up in Jobbing Land. As such, there's a possibility the feud with Ziggler and Langston may continue, but the entire tag-team division continues to be somewhat of a question mark.
Hopefully the picture becomes more clear in the coming days.
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