I like them together, though RR seems much more awkward in his role. He didn't stand out to be someone who could get a laugh out of me, but I think he and A Double play off each other pretty well. Kinda in a silly way, but still. I'm glad neither is above that, or at least they don't seem to be. I don't look at it as a step down for them when I think of how Daniels tagging with Kazarian was like a step up - now look where he is. Their teaming up made them more relevant than they were, and popular consensus seems to be that they're great together. I'm not so much into them though I like the way they work in the ring together, and Daniels had me cracking up when he mocked James Storm in that backstage segment, "I just wanna tell my fans I'm sorry about my damn luck." Good stuff.
I think A Double R teaming up would be a good way to keep them prominent like Kaz and Daniels and not give us Hardy vs Whoever over and over, which, let's face it, people would complain about. Kaz and Daniels are doing a little
something for the tag division but aren't there, like, only three teams? I like the idea of teammates who hate each other, then grow to respect each other and put aside their differences, scheming together, until they get another title shot and then all bets are off. And they can help make the tag division more important because to fans, they're important
. AA said himself that a title is only as important as the person who holds it. Iím sorry, but I donít think Chavo/Hernandez or Morgan/Joey Ryan are there. Either that, or get more tag teams and give AA/RR killer storylines in other directions. And I like the idea of breaking up Chavo and Hernandez because I think race-based tag teams/stables are beyond passe. Chavo might be able to do something in the X-Division. Hernandez...