Daniel Bryn and Kane -- Team Hell No -- are still your WWE Tag Team Champions following their less than exciting win over Dolph Ziggler and Big E Langston.
Kane is a WWE mainstay, but for those unfamiliar with Daniel Bryan, his gimmick used to be saying 'YES!' constantly. He got rejected by a woman, ended up as an angry person, started saying 'NO' all the time and met Kane -- a supposed not-quite-human being -- at anger management. And thus, Team Hell No was born.
Bryan lost in a matter of seconds at last year's WrestleMania when Sheamus caught him kissing his girlfriend AJ, clobbered him and pinned him instantly. AJ is now dating Dolph Ziggler and WWE recycled the gimmick, with Bryan kicking Ziggler during a kiss of his now ex-girlfriend, but Bryan couldn't keep him down for a three count.
Things got fun when Ziggler tagged in Big E Langston, who was making his full WWE debut after disrupting a match between Ziggler and Bryan last Monday. He showed off his strength by picking up the massive Kane and delivering a spinebuster, but he was taken out later outside the ring by a flying knee from Bryan.
AJ delivered the Money in the Bank briefcase to Zigger, which he tried to hit Kane with, but the Big Red Machine dodged his attack and threw down Ziggler with a massive chokeslam. He then tagged in Bryan, who executed a diving headbutt off the top rope, then pinned Ziggler to retain the Tag Team title.
And ... that was pretty straightforward. These AJ, Bryan vs. Ziggler and Team Hell No storylines are officially old. Let's move on.