Ambrose defeated Sheamus on this week's episode of Raw, and WWE.com teased a potential rematch for the tag team championships next Monday:
“Before Dean Ambrose put away Sheamus in singles combat on Monday night, he and Seth Rollins made it clear that they intend to recapture the Raw Tag Team Titles from The Celtic Warrior and Cesaro."
The match hasn't been confirmed yet, but that's a strong hint that Ambrose and Rollins will get their chance to win the titles and end The Bar's three-week reign. With Reigns in the main event picture, it makes sense for Ambrose and Rollins to continue their tag team feud with Cesaro and Sheamus - who don't have many suitable opponents/rivalries on Raw.
The Bar first won the tag team titles at last year's Roadblock pay-per-view event, ending The New Day's record 483-day reign. The titles have since changed hands five times, and it's currently the third championship reign for Cesaro and Sheamus.
The Hardy Boyz had won the titles at WrestleMania 33, but a shoulder injury has sidelined Jeff for four-to-six months. Gallows and Anderson haven't appeared on television much, so The Bar's rivalry with Ambrose and Rollins probably won't be ending any time soon.
These four men have done an excellent job carrying the once-irrelevant tag team division. With no more pay-per-view shows left for the Raw brand this year, the timing is ideal for these two teams to have another championship bout next Monday.