The WWE World Tag Team Championships were the original tag titles held and defended for years in the WWF going back to the 70's. The WWE Tag Team Championships were the secondary tag titles that were created in 2002 by Stephanie when she was GM of Smackdown. People used to just refer to them as the Smackdown Tag Team Titles because they were made exclusively for the SD brand since the original tag titles were made exclusively for the Raw brand. Anyway, they were eventually unified and then one of the sets of titles were dropped and retired completely and that happened to be... the original World Tag Team Championships. Just a small nitpick, but why drop the original ones that had forty years of history behind them? That were held at a time when tag team wrestling meant more than it ever did (sure as hell meant a lot more than it does today, or even from 2002-2010) and were held by some of the greatest teams in wrestling like Demolition, Hart Foundation, British Bulldogs, Legion Of Doom, New Age Outlaws, Edge and Christian, Dudleyz, APA, Hardy Boyz, etc. It'd be like them unifying the world titles and then continuing the history of the World Heavyweight Championship (also going only back to the year 2002, coincidentally enough) and ditching the WWF Title and it's long fifty year history that guys like Bruno, Backlund, Hogan, Savage, Andre, Warrior, Bret, Undertaker, Michaels, Austin, Rock, HHH, Cena, Batista, Edge, Orton, etc. were all apart of at some point. Maybe not a big deal to some, but I like the history behind things like this and this means that no tag team in the future can ever refer to wanting to be champions and holding the same titles that all those teams I named held. Anyway, this sparked another thought that's almost another topic in itself. The official titles of the WWE are now the WWE Tag Team Titles, and those are the titles that Team Hell No have now held for about seven months. They're already the second or third longest reigning tag team champions ever going by that linage, and if they were able to keep the titles to about the first of July (maybe the very end of June, I can't be arsed to count the exact number of days), they would be the longest reigning WWE Tag Team Champions of all time. Considering this, I think it would be cool to hear them talking about despite them not always seeing eye to eye, despite the bickering, despite accidentally costing each other matches, despite having to go through sessions with Dr. Shelby, etc., they've still managed to not only win the tag team championships (must specify that it's the WWE Tag Team Championship, NOT the WWE World Tag Team Championships!) but hold onto them for longer than any other tag team in WWE history. Since part of this team's appeal is their comedic material, they could even play this segment as if it sounded like two lovers/spouses recanting their long-winded relationship or marriage or something. The bad thing (if you wanna call it 'bad') is that The Shield are almost certainly about to win them at Extreme Rules. And I'm not against that scenario at all, but I do like the idea of Kane and Bryan celebrating their historical reign, only to probably turn around and lose them at Summerslam or something.