The New Day have been the WWE World Tag Team Champions for over four hundred and fifty days. They need roughly another forty days to break Demolition’s all time record, which they’ll do before the end of the year. After that, there isn’t anything left for them to accomplish aside from putting another tag team over.
Eventually, another team is going to dethrone The New Day and take the Raw World Tag Team titles away from them. The boost from that win is going to be a big deal for another team, but WWE has been delaying that moment until The New Day become the longest reigning tag team champions in WWE history.
According to a report from CageSideSeats, WWE officials have no plans to take the Raw Tag Team titles off The New Day anytime soon. They’re not planning on splitting up the trio, and it’s possible a split may not happen even after they lose the titles. That is leaving some confusion about what’s next for The New Day?
Kofi Kingston, Big E, and Xavier Woods all have the potential to break out as singles stars after the end of their stable. In particular, Kofi could springboard off the success of the stable into the WWE title picture, but it seems that WWE officials want to keep the trio going as long as the WWE Universe accepts them.