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Bully Ray felt WWE missed the mark with SmackDown Tag Title match at TLC

WWE TLC - SmackDown Tag Title Match

The Dudley Boyz, Edge & Christian, and the Hardyz will forever live on in the minds of the WWE Universe thanks to their incredible TLC matches. Bully Ray, however, feels that SmackDown Live’s top three teams could have surpassed them this Sunday.

The New Day and The Usos will challenge The Bar for the SmackDown Tag Team Championship at WWE TLC on December 16th in a triple threat match. The WWE Hall of Famer felt that this was a mistake on the company’s part, as they could’ve had the next great TLC tag team match.

On The Jim Ross Report, JR asked Bully if any teams could surpass those legendary matches from eighteen years ago.

I said this on Busted Open a couple of weeks ago. I was hoping they were going to put The Bar, The New Day, and The Usos in a TLC match for the Tag Team Titles, because I believe that if any three teams had the opportunity of equaling or surpassing what us, the Hardys and Edge & Christian were able to do, it’s those three teams.

I’ve worked with those three teams, and they have chemistry. That’s the highest praise I can give to those three teams.

What do you think about Bully Ray’s comments? Should the SmackDown Tag Team Championship bout be taking place in a TLC match? Let us know in the comments below.

  • Wicka Steve

    WWE is too big for them to go back to being TV-14 unless they had another WCW sized company beating them. That said, they could push the PG content. Right now it is a very sanitized PG. They could do more aggressive angles and use more offensive language than they currently do. Outside of the striking and the use of the word ass once in a blue moon, the product is about the same as what they showed on Saturday Morning Slam, and that was rated G.

  • The Random Reader

    And people still cheering for Vince everytime he makes a special appearance? This is what’s wrong with WWE, they must get rid of PG

  • Wicka Steve

    Vince doesn’t want anyone to get over huge. He doesn’t want anyone to be as successful as people were in the Attitude Era. Vince just wants to sit back and collect billions of dollars while doing as little work as possible and not allowing people to get beyond a certain point. He wants to kill of the hardcore audience and have WWE be sustained by nothing other than network scripts and TV contracts. I don’t think he even cares about live attendance unless he thinks it would adversely affect scripts or TV contracts.