WWE Raw Division Rankings: Big Cass Exits the Tag Division

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The RAW Tag Team Division

Highlights of the Division

The story of this division was the break-up between Enzo and Big Cass. Many guesses going around that the Revival, Big Show or the theory I floated around in the Hardys were responsible for the ambushes were all wrong in the end. It seems like the WWE were done with the popular tag team and want to push Cass as a singles star. This is a huge loss for the RAW tag team division especially since it was the weakest division in the WWE.

The Hardys look like they will be the only popular babyface team in the division. They scored another win over Gallows and Anderson but haven’t really said much in their title chase. Same could also be said for the tag champs who nabbed another non-title win on RAW. Both teams will need to address their upcoming title rematch for Great Balls of Fire.

With the Revival back in the fold, it’ll be interesting to see who they feud with after their dilemma in the Enzo/Cass conspiracy. The only babyface team around is Slater and Rhyno but they haven’t been properly showcased as a legitimate threat in the division that they were late last year on Smackdown Live. The WWE will have their work cut out for them in addressing the glaring issues that is plaguing this division at the moment.

These are the rankings for the division this week.

RAW Tag Team Champions: Cesaro and Sheamus (8 Wins – 7 Losses)

Contenders

  • No.1 Contender: The Hardy Boys (5 Wins – 1 Loss)
  • Contender No. 2: Luke Gallows and Karl Anderson (8 Wins – 11 Losses)
  • Contender No. 3: The Revival (2 Wins – 0 Losses)

Pretenders

  • Pretender No. 1: Enzo and Big Cass (4 Wins – 9 Losses) (Dissolved)
  • Pretender No. 2: Heath Slater & Rhyno (4 Wins – 4 Losses)