On Friday Night Smackdown, WWE may have written off the tag-team between Daniel Bryan and Kane. The team that has been known as Team Hell No! has struggled since losing their tag team titles to The Shield at Extreme Rules and it appears that WWE is ready to have Kane and Daniel Bryan move forward as individual wrestlers.
Smackdown opened with another edition of the “Most Must-See talk show in WWE history” hosted by The Miz. This segment saw Bryan, Kane, The Miz, and Randy Orton in the ring at the same time.
Bryan cut a promo about what happened on Monday Night Raw.
Remember, Bryan was pinned by The Shield on Monday after being inadvertently hit by Orton during their tag-team match.
On Smackdown. Bryan seemed to come to the realization that Orton was not at fault for what happened on Raw. Bryan also came to the realization that he wasn’t the weak link of Team Hell No!.
However, that progress was halted when The Miz stirred the pot and re-ignited that fiery aggression of Bryan. Bryan’s aggression is what ultimately led Kane to leave the ring and indicate that he no longer wanted to be a part of Team Hell No!.
After Kane left the ring, Teddy Long came out and announced a main event tag-team match that would pit Bryan and Orton against Roman Reigns and Seth Rollins.
Writing off Team Hell No! has long been in the works by WWE’s creative staff. The feeling is here is that WWE has exhausted all their efforts with that they could do with Team Hell No!. Both Kane and Bryan are tremendous individual superstars and that should be on display over the next few months.