A natural fit for a program right now would be Enzo Amore and Big Cass. Just off their small-scale program with The Club from the 2016 Battleground, a
new one (where just the two teams square off), does seem appropriate. Enzo and Cass helped out John Cena; The Club had AJ Styles as their proverbial
leader: so a feud with just these two tag teams would deliver incredible promos, and even better matches.
I think the clear choice is Enzo and Cass. They are as over as over can be, so it’s not a question of if, but when, really, they get a crack at the titles. I figure New Day will lose in August, have their rematch soon after, and by the time October is here, Enzo and Cass will be the new top babyface team lined up to oppose Gallows and Anderson. I think New Day can and will return to the top spot, but I think they need, and deserve, a bit of a break before getting back to it. I think each of those face teams can be immensely entertaining, so neither would be a bad option.
Enzo & Big Cass seem like the safe bet. They are over (maybe more than New Day) and already have history with The Club. I would rather WWE throw a curve ball and toss a pair of singles wrestlers into a team. Kevin Owens and Chris Jericho would be one option. They‚Äôre both great on the mic and know how to handle their business in the ring. Owens is a great wrestler, but there‚Äôs always room to improve and Jericho is the master of teaching. Then again, WWE is looking to bring back older talent and Cryme Tyme was just great.