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Top 5 tag teams in WWE history

Five amazing tag teams that made WWE awesome

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Top 5 / Top 10 30 Mar 2018, 02:16 IST
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The Undisputed Era (Bobby Fish and Kyle Reilly)
The Undisputed Era (Bobby Fish and Kyle Reilly)

Any WWE wrestler can be a tag team wrestler. But the good wrestler who can work with a partner and use the psychology of the ring, cutting it in half and using the corner as an advantage is a true tag team expert.

There were those who were good tag team wrestlers and held belts with numerous partners (Tito Santana) and those who formed a union that remained true and dominant (The Road Warriors).

There were those who also were tag team partners for gimmicks or to promote an upcoming match between the two (Stone Cold Steve Austin and The Undertaker).

In today's wrestling scene, tag teams like The Revival, The Young Bucks, and The Undisputed Era, are dominating the wrestling world.

In this article, we're going to look at 5 tag teams who have proven to us over the years that they were the best.


#5 The Hardy Boyz

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The Hardyz have wrestled in ROH, Impact Wrestling and WWE

Over the years, there have been many exciting high-flying tag teams all over the world. But sometimes what makes certain teams most memorable is when high flying becomes their trademark in their respective company.

In WWE's case, in the late 90s and early 2000s, the Hardy Boyz were the high-flying tag team in the company and it made for exciting television.

Their matches were very fast, full of excellent moves, and when they took part in ladder and TLC matches, they often stole the show with whoever they were wrestling. Other tag teams have come after them, and are performing both single and double-team moves with more twists and rotations than the Hardys did.

They have helped to revive tag team wrestling in the mainstream and inspire the next generation of tag specialists. In the years since, both brothers - together and apart in singles action - have had varying degrees of success in several companies and have worked through personal issues, but in 2016 proved their versatility and ability to remain relevant with a (relatively) late-career reinventing of themselves through the creativity and insanity of the "Broken" gimmick

The Hardys' legacy remains as one of the best and influential tag teams of all time. To this day, they are extreme.

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