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Team Hell No have reunited and they have a title match at Extreme Rules

Kane returned to SmackDown this week to save his former tag-team partner Daniel Bryan from the wrath of the Bludgeon Brothers. The duo took down the tag team champions and cleared the ring soon after.

After the match, the former best friends hugged it out and made it clear that they’ve reunited. Paige arrived at the scene to make their moment even better by announcing that the two will compete against the Bludgeon Brothers at the Extreme Rules pay-per-view for the SmackDown tag team championships.

Bryan and Kane have held tag team gold in the past during their run as “Team Hell No” back in 2012-13.

  • Idea Time

    Maybe instead of arguing over who is the tag team champions they’ll argue over who should be retired. “You should be retired!” “No, YOU should be retired!” Not that I want to see Bryan retired, mind you, just concerned for his health. I hope they can recapture some of that old magic, but the morons on Smackdown have managed to screw up Sanity, the Bar, Asuka, and pretty much anyone else they get their hands on.

  • CC

    The crowd reaction tells you why.

  • CC

    Once again, someone needs to understand the concept of spoilers in the titles.

  • Darrin Tyler

    WHY?? Glenn should be retired….

  • rob

    no originality at all in this company anymore, same old stuff

  • Um what?

    What are the stipulations for ANY of the matches announced for this show? This is Extreme Rules, everything is supposed to be a gimmick match. I have not heard one gimmick announced.

  • Nicholas Giambattista

    I am guessing this is a short return for Kane. Because I believe he has a good chance as becoming Mayor.

  • Batman Barry

    Too Cool was better