ER 2015 Kidd Cesaro vs The New Day

Tyson Kidd & Cesaro look to continue their tag team dominance when they defend the WWE Tag Team Championship against The New Day’s Big E & Kofi Kingston on the Extreme Rules Kickoff.

After using nefarious tactics to win a No. 1 Contenders’ Match against The Lucha Dragons on the April 20 edition of Raw, The New Day proved to be worthy challengers for Kidd & Cesaro. But let’s not forget the history between these teams, as Kidd & Cesaro defeated The New Day in the pair’s first pay-per view match as a team back in January at the Royal Rumble.

At WrestleMania, Kidd & Cesaro overcame the odds and defeated The New Day, Los Matadores and The Usos to retain their championships on The Grandest Stage of Them All. Despite their short tenure as a team, these two Superstars have gelled to create a formidable force in the WWE tag team division. With their impressive double-team maneuvers, excellent chemistry and confidence, Kidd & Cesaro have kept an iron grip on the WWE Tag Team Titles for two months. But with momentum on their side, perhaps The New Day will be the team that will dethrone the champions. Has the clock run out on the Kidd & Cesaro’s title reign?

The goal of The New Day is to bring positivity to the WWE Universe, apparently whether they like it or not. Over the past several weeks The New Day has been on the receiving end of criticism from the passionate WWE fans, chanting "New Day sucks" every time the group tries to clap with positivity. This negative feedback has no doubt had an effect on Big E, Kingston and Xavier Woods, as the WWE Universe’s constant jeering has cost The New Day. Will The New Day be able to drown out this negativity come Extreme Rules?

Can Kidd & Cesaro maintain their dominance over the tag team division? Will The New Day maintain their positive outlook as they prepare for their title shot?

See also

Extreme Rules 2015 previews
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