I just don't think that there's the tag teams to do it. Nowadays, it just seems like guys are thrown together and are given the tag titles, instead of having legitimate tag teams going strong for years and years. I go back to the days of the British Bulldogs, and the Hart Foundation, and the Killer Bees, the Midnight Express, the Rock and Roll Express, the Rockers, and Demolition. Those guys were tag team wrestlers. Yeah, occasionally they'd wrestle singles matches, but they were tag team wrestlers. I don't think there's a focus to create tag teams or build legitimate teams, as opposed to just throwing guys together. You'll see it here and there in mainstream wrestling. Of course, you have The Usos, who are twin brothers and have been together since birth. And that's cool. But I miss the days of the actual tag teams, where guys would team together for 5, 10, 15 years. Sometimes they would spend their entire careers together. I don't know whether it's wrestling fans' attention spans or the wrestling promoters' attention spans anymore that they can't stick to something long enough, but I think the lack of actual tag teams being together long enough is why the scene is like this. I go back again to the fact that you have Chris and myself, you have the Briscoes, you have the Young Bucks, you have reDRagon, established tag teams that people now know what people do in the ring. They're behind them.