http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DjIGhv3PG7Q We learned a lot coming out of the Elimination chamber PPV this past weekend. Firstly we learned that The Rock would lead the company into Wrestlemania as its champion. We learned that Antonio Cesaro is the best 'foreign import' into WWE in years and that JBL is this generation's Jess Ventura in terms of his raw and honest commentary. We also learned that there is HUGE potential for a feud between Sheamus and The Shield's Roman Reigns. But perhaps one thing you might have overlooked - which is no easy task - is that the tag team of Brodus Clay and Tensai has the potential to be the future of WWE's tag team division. Throughout the history of pro wrestling oddball partnerships have frequently been the saviours of the tag team division when it's been in need of freshening up. The current tag team champions Daniel Bryan and Kane are living proof of that. At the Elimination Chamber PPV Tensai and Brodus upset the team of Damien Sandow and Cody Rhodes (Rhodes Scholars) and proved a massive hit with the fans in attendance as they performed a crazy looking dance off as part of their celebration. At a combined weight of over 750 pounds they not only fit the oddball label but potentially could tap into the same market that made teams like The Natural Disasters and Big John Studd and Killer Kowalski so popular amongst fans. This isn't the first time Tensai has been paired off with a super sized dancing wrestler. Back in the Attitude Era Tensai -then known as Albert - was often seeing busting a move with Rikishi and Too Cool though a full face turn was never really on the cards. He was even referred to as the Hip Hop Hippo on occasion which would be a great name for his current pairing, wouldn't you agree? Tensai and Brodus are both in need of a little reinvention and this could be the perfect way to go with them. And if it fails then turn them heel. Can you imagine how bad ass they could be as a heel tandem given the right gimmick? For now though it remains to be seen how far they will go as a tag team, but it's a pretty safe bet that when the Bryan/Kane train derails Brodus Clay and Tensai will be right there to pick up where Hell No left off. How do you feel about comedy tag teams? Is there room for a modern day Natural Disasters? Have your say below.