Someday, Seth Rollins and Jason Jordan will surely go down in history as one of the most disappointing tag teams in WWE history. Think about it: it was only a few months ago we were treated to that full-blown Shield reunion. Now, Dean Ambrose is on the injured list, and Rollins stands alongside a babyface nobody wanted as his strange bedfellows doubles partner. This isn't the first time WWE have pushed an unwanted pair onto fans and expected people to accept them as champions. In order to be the worst, though, you really have to suck.
Often, such awfulness comes as a result of the 'odd couple' booking idea. Short-lived titleholders such as The Undertaker and The Rock don't count however, because at least they were megastars. Sure, the decision to crown them champs in 2000 was weird, but it was over quickly and (to repeat) so were they.
The same can't be said for these guys...
2005 was a dark time for the old World Tag Team Titles. As if it wasn't bad enough that the year started with La Résistance beating William Regal and Eugene to reclaim the cold seat, other champs that year included Lance Cade and Trevor Murdoch, Regal and Tajiri and Kane teaming with Big Show. Then, there was the superhero combination of The Hurricane and Rosey.
Think Rosey is a poor name for a hero? Well, 'S.H.I.T' (Super Hero In Training) was even worse. These masked dorks held the gold for 140 days between May 1 and September 18. In that period, they defended the belts exactly once on pay-per-view, and that was their loss to Cade and Murdoch at Unforgiven.
On other pay-per-views, the team either worked pre-show matches on Heat, or showed up in backstage segments. 140 days of nothingness ensued, and fans were left wondering if 'S.H.I.T' was a joke from creative to describe the pair's tag title run.
It certainly seemed like it.