3 longest reigning WWE Tag Team Champions in history
Some might think that Tag Team wrestling is a lost art in today's WWE. In some ways it is difficult to disagree with that notion, considering the belts often find themselves relegated to pre-show matches and have champions who do not win too many matches, such as The Revival for instance. However, this hasn't always been the case. In fact, tag teams used to be extremely important drawing cards for the promotion.
Tag Team wrestling has always been a staple of wrestling promotions worldwide, with teams of two or more competing against each other for the honour of being recognised as World Tag Team Champions.
Believe it or not, but WWE have had, at one point or another, a whopping seven active Tag Team Championships in their company (not including the Ladies version from the 1980s or the current Women's Tag Team belts).
WWWF United States Tag Team Championship
WWF International Tag Team Championship
WWF/World Tag Team Championship
WWE Tag Team Championship
RAW Tag Team Championship
Smackdown Tag Team Championship
NXT Tag Team Championship
What all these championships have in common, is that a bunch of legendary tag teams dating back six decades have competed for them. Awesome tandems and Hall of Fame acts such as The Dudley Boyz, The Hart Foundation, The Valiant Brothers and others have competed for the straps alongside the likes of The British Bulldogs, Edge and Christian, The New Age Outlaws, The Shield, The New Day and The Hardy Boyz.
Some of these reigns were inevitably quite short whilst others have been epic in length. This slideshow looks back at all aforementioned versions of WWE's Tag Team titles to remember the three longest reigning Tag Team Champions of all time under the WWE banner.
Without any further ado, let's see who the three longest reigning Tag Team Champions of all time are.