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Five tag teams WWE could form to challenge The Bar at WrestleMania

Gary Cassidy
SENIOR ANALYST
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9.75K   //    11 Mar 2018, 22:35 IST

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Could two singles Superstars take The Bar's belts?

Sheamus and Cesaro were such credible singles Superstars that when the pair discovered some great tag team chemistry, they've become four-time WWE Champions and run through every single tag team on the Raw roster.

When thinking about WrestleMania, my initial thought after WWE announced that The Revival would not be the contenders, that a team from SmackDown Live or NXT may be the ones to "step up to The Bar" at Mania - but there's been a strong rumour that the team to go head to head with Sheamus and Cesaro may indeed follow in their footsteps as two singles guys who are "not yet a team" being thrown together.

So I've decided to look at Superstars who are not yet booked at WrestleMania, who could be paired up to face The Bar.

Disclaimer: Some are much more likely than others, and some are just fun teams I think would be cool together - but hey, challenging for the Tag Team Championships at Mania isn't to be sniffed at, so here are five pairs of wrestlers I believe would make great challengers for The Bar's gold.



#5 Baron Corbin and Aleister Black


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Aleister Black and Baron Corbin would undoubtedly be a dominant team

Well, neither of these men play well with others, but I think they'd make an incredible tag team.

There's no doubting the aesthetic similarities and both men have a very similar demeanor, but the Lone Wolf is a Golden Gloves Champion and Black has a kickboxing background, so even their in-ring styles have at least some crossover - but enough difference that their styles could easily mesh to form a formidable team.

There's even a plethora of team names already made up - The Black Wolves, or The Wolves of Mass Destruction would be my favorite.

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Gary Cassidy
SENIOR ANALYST
Gary Cassidy is a freelance journalist from Glasgow, Scotland, specialising in professional wrestling with Sportskeeda. Gary has ten years' writing experience and a 2:1 Honours degree, and is also a subtitler working on both live and prerecorded broadcast for television channels across the UK, USA and Australia.
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