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5 tag teams we would love to see back in the WWE

These 5 teams would be welcomed back with open arms in the WWE.


The WWE Universe needs these tag teams back in the WWE!
The WWE Universe needs these tag teams back in the WWE!

Tag team wrestling is one of the most exciting forms of professional wrestling that is thriving all over the world -- including NXT -- but not on the WWE's main roster. It just doesn't make any sort of sense. This is the strongest the WWE's tag team division has been in years, but there seems to be something missing.

Yes, things have improved massively since last year with the resurgence of the Usos, the return of the Hardy Boyz, the domination of the New Day, and the surprise coupling of Sheamus and Cesaro, as well as the reunification of estranged Shield brothers Dean Ambrose and Seth Rollins.

But, compare that to the magic that has been woven in NXT with the likes of the Authors of Pain, The Revival, SanItY, and #DiY, and there is no comparison between the main roster and the developmental roster which has been tearing the house down.

Perhaps what the main roster really needs in order to get add some zing to proceedings is for the return of some long-lost tag teams which will really spice things up.

So, without any further ado, here is our list of five tag teams we would love to see back in the WWE:


#5 Paul London and Brian Kendrick

Ahh, the good ol' days
Ahh, the good ol' days

While The Brian Kendrick made a pseudo-successful return to the WWE as a part of the revamped WWE Cruiserweight Division, it was nothing like the success he enjoyed during his run years ago with the WWE as a tag team partner of Paul London.

The high-flying duo are one of the most underrated tag teams of all-time and they tore the house down on a regular basis during the mid-2000s.

They would be perfect in today's high-octane wrestling style and would be the perfect nostalgia act to get some butts in seats and give fans some fast-paced action.

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