A lost art of wrestling is the wrestler that fills the role of the Tag Team specialist aka the wrestler who clicks better as the member of a team as oppose to a singles star. Back in the day names like Ricky Morton, Stevie Ray, Robert Gibson, Road Warriors, and others would be considered the tag team specialists. In WWE though it is almost a negative thing to be looked at as a tag team specialist, because Vince doesn't care for or value the tag team division and hasn't for almost two decades. Names like Billy Gunn, Road Dogg, The Uso's, Kofi Kingston are the more modern names I would consider tag team specialists. Recently, one half of the Forgotten Sons Steve Cutler was surprisingly released by WWE leaving his partner Wesley Blake alone.
Flash back to last year Wesley Blake and Steve Cutler were put in the doghouse when Jaxson Ryker made unsavory comments on social media and was suspended. Near the end of last year and into this year Blake and Cutler were paired with Baron Corbin for a short time feuding with the Mysterio's. Before he was called to the main roster with Steve Cutler he had teamed with Murphy as one of the top tag teams in the early days of the black and gold brand. Either way though he has been able to form to successful tag teams, but never really given the chance to be the best. Murphy and Wesley were a success, but got broken up before they could keep going and click as a tag team like Gargano & Ciampa or The Revival.
Now though with both Blake and Murphy on Smackdown they could try and test the interest in seeing the former team getting back together. At this point moving Murphy away from the Mysterio's wouldn't be the worst idea and keeping him away from Rollins would allow him to do something totally different. Also I think that Blake is talented enough that if they paired him with someone else it could work if they are given the opportunity, and I would give Riddick Moss that spot. Riddick much like Blake he was never given the opportunity to really get his feet under him before the rug was pulled out from under him.
Riddick spent 40+ days as 24/7 champion and seemed like he was getting comfortable on the main roster before they would take the title off him to give it back to R-Truth. Moss never had the chance to really succeed as it seems like they just wanted a break from the same champion for a little and weren't really interested in giving him a real shot to succeed and be a fresh star. Even though Riddick is currently on Raw and Blake is on Smackdown, but I don't think anyone would notice if they switched brands. Blake is the modern tag team specialist and could be given that gimmick if they really wanted to invest in someone new.
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