WWE Rumors: The New Day losing tag titles to Gallows and Anderson at Clash of Champions?

WWE Rumors: The New Day losing tag titles to Gallows and Anderson at Clash of Champions?

The New Day is the longest reigning WWE Tag Team Champions in history but it may be coming to an end. According to the latest WWE rumors, Luke Gallows and Karl Anderson will likely come out as the new tag team champs at Clash of Champions on September 25.

The seeds of a possible breakup of The New Day were planted during their feud against The Wyatt Family. However, plans eventually changed at the WWE Draft when the Wyatts were split and the champs remained intact.

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But according to Cageside Seats, the reign of The New Day could end at Clash of Champions against Gallows and Anderson. The match has not been made official but it is expected to be announced as soon as this week’s episode of Monday Night Raw.

Several WWE rumors suggested that The New Day will lose the titles at SummerSlam with Big E. out with an injury but plans changed. Big E. returned to cause a disqualification to save Jon Stewart as well as Kofi Kingston and Xavier Woods from a beatdown.

The WWE missed an opportunity to break up The New Day since Big E. could have blamed Kingston and Woods for losing the titles. Nevertheless, the champs retained the championships with Gallows and Anderson still chasing them.

According to Bleacher Report, the company should rebuild Gallows and Anderson’s reputation first since they have only won twice since the WWE Draft. They have also been booked terribly and the “doctors” gimmick is not really working.

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It should be noted that these are just WWE rumors at the moment and plans tend to change on a regular basis. Nevertheless, Gallows and Anderson is the perfect team to beat The New Day before they eventually put over Enzo Amore and Big Cass.

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