3 WWE tag teams that made no sense and 2 we wanted to see more of
In the WWE, the simple concept of the tag team has become one of the company's most long-standing ventures.
On paper, the tag-team is easy enough to understand, putting two individual stars together, so fans can see how well these two stars can work together, in the hopes of capturing championship gold.
In WWE history, there have been countless tag teams, with The Hardy Boyz, The Dudley Boyz, and Edge and Christian all rightly being considered as the greatest teams of all time.
But for all the great teams there have been, there have been just as many bad teams, and possibly worst of all, the weird, strange tag teams that made absolutely no sense.
However, sometimes there are diamonds among the rough, and on occasion, these random pairings have left the WWE Universe wanting much more.
Here are three WWE tag teams that made absolutely no sense, and two tag teams fans definitely wanted to see more of.
#5 Made no sense: Hulk Hogan and Edge
Hulk Hogan and Edge have a lot in common. Both are former World Champions, WWE Hall of Famers, WrestleMania main eventers and Royal Rumble winners.
But when the young Canadian was put with the Hulkster in 2002, things could not have made less sense.
Winning the WWE Tag Team Championships on the July 4 episode of SmackDown, it seemed the team were only put together to give some extra Americana on Independence Day, despite Edge being from Toronto.
The team was short-lived, as they would lose the titles not long later, with the Hulkster walking away from in-ring competition, whilst Edge would enter an entertaining feud with Eddie Guerrero.
Despite their short time together, the team of Hogan and Edge remains as one of the most baffling pairings in the history of SmackDown Live.