5 oddest Superstar pairings in WWE history
Recently, it was announced that Triple H will be teaming up with the legendary faction called Bullet Club, when WWE travels to Japan for a couple of live events emanating from Sumo Hall in Tokyo, Japan.
The announcement took the wrestling world by storm, with the WWE Universe displaying mixed emotions for the upcoming match. Many are excited for Triple H to join forces with one of the most popular factions of this era, while there are some who aren't exactly thrilled with it. The naysayers are of the opinion that Triple H should have let Finn Balor join his old teammates, instead of inserting himself into a high-profile match.
In the following list, we will be taking a look at five times when WWE came up with the oddest pairings, be it a tag team, or a stable.
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#5. Daniel Bryan is paired with Kane
Back in 2012, Daniel Bryan was set to marry AJ Lee on the 1000th episode of Monday Night Raw. In a shocking turn of events, Lee left Bryan at the altar to accept Mr. McMahon's offer of becoming the Raw GM. Later, Bryan was attacked by The Rock. These events resulted in Bryan becoming an angry and bitter Superstar. AJ went on to put Bryan in a match against Kane at Summerslam, which he eventually won.
To put a stop to Bryan's anger issues, AJ Lee put him in an anger management class, along with Kane. The two reluctantly formed a tag team and somehow won the tag team titles by defeating The Prime Time Players. Team Hell No went on to have a solid run on the upper mid-card, and fans enjoyed every bit of this incredibly odd pairing.