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Busy Week for Batista, Seth Rollins Comments on Six-Man Tag Team Titles, Scooby-Doo

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– WWE Studios’ new Scooby-Doo WrestleMania movie is now on Verizon’s FIOS service. As noted, it is also available on iTunes already.

– Between WWE live events and doing work on Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy, it has been a busy week for Batista. He noted on Facebook that he wrapped work on Guardians this weekend in Los Angeles. Batista tweeted the following on Sunday:

“Winnipeg,NYC,Jonesboro,Memphis,LA,stunt training,13 hrs on set,17 hrs on set,19 hrs on set. I definitely earned my money this week! #onelife”

– WWE’s website has a new article up looking at potential six-man tag team titles. Goldust said six-man matches are cool but titles wouldn’t mean anything. Seth Rollins disagreed:

“I wouldn’t go that far, but if there were Six-Man Tag Team Titles, they would be The Shield’s for the taking. Nobody would touch us — not even The Wyatts.”

  • Jason Lentini

    There was also a derivative of that rule with the IC reign of Jericho/Chyna, and the Womens and Divas reigns of LayCool

  • Mike Wells

    A slight adaptation of it. IIRC, the Freebird rule allowed any two members of a team to defend the titles, rather than all three members+ against another three members+ team. Could be the Shield rule.

  • Jason Lentini

    Basically the “Freebird rule” which Demolition used as well.

  • Mike Wells

    Why not just say tag teams can be any size as long as both teams are equal size.
    e.g. If the Shield wanted to challenge the Usos to a six-man tag match for the belts, the Usos would need to find an extra man to help them defend them. If the Usos wanted to challenge the Shield, the a Shield would have to drop a man from the team.

    Opens the tag division right up then. If the tag champions are more than two, make extra belts.