For the better part of the halcyon days of both the WWWF and WWF, tag team wrestling was a significant part of the company's drawing equation. From The Valiant Brothers to The Wild Samoans, the plethora of top tag teams in the 1980s arguably over-saturated tag team scene, the Attitude Era's TLC trio of the Dudley Boyz, Edge and Christian and the Hardy Boyz, since the early 2000s the tag-team scene in World Wrestling Entertainment has been de-pushed and seen as more of a necessary evil than a drawing card...until recently. Within the past two years, a renewed fervor has come to tag team wrestling in WWE, and the scene may be closer than ever to regaining its one-time show-stealing and main event status. Are there ten reasons why WWE is dependent upon tag team wrestling to shoulder the burden of being an important piece of the company's in-ring puzzle? Absolutely. Between having too few grapplers and too many hours of television, to an old-school ethos coming back en vogue in the company and more, the resurrection of hot tags, finishers, and having four larger-than-life personas in the ring instead of two is hot again in WWE. Here's why!