With The Authors Of Pain Tag Team, WWE had something special.

With The Authors Of Pain Tag Team, WWE had something special.

WWE has been accused of dropping the ball with recent releases such as Aleister Black, Andrade, Bray Wyatt, and Ember Moon. The Authors of the Pain tag team, on the other hand, rarely get the credit they deserve for what could have been before WWE abandoned them. Akam and Rezar both showed a lot of promise as intimidating opponents who could bring it in the ring.

The Authors of Pain dominated NXT.

When it came to booking the Authors of Pain in NXT, Triple H did an excellent job. NXT pushed Rezar and Akam by having them destroy enhancement teams and tag division’s lower-tier duos. Paul Ellering was the legendary manager of the Road Warriors, so his presence with the Authors of Pain gave them instant credibility.

The Promise of the Main Roster

The Authors of Pain’s central roster tenure was filled with ups and downs. Paul Ellering made his debut to show continuity with the NXT act, but he was fired after only one match. Drake Maverick would eventually be assigned to Rezar and Akam as their new manager. Vince McMahon’s mixed feelings about managers and dislike for actions he considers too old influenced this decision.

Promising Main Roster

The Authors of Pain had a lot of ups and downs during their central roster tenure. They brought Paul Ellering to show continuity with the NXT act, but he was fired after only one match. In the end, Drake Maverick would be assigned as Rezar and Akam’s new manager. Vince McMahon’s erratic feelings about managers, as well as his dislike for acts he considers to be too old, are likely factors in this decision.

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