Ranking each team's chance of winning the AEW World Tag Team Championship Tournament
#8 Angelico and Jack Evans
While they haven't been booked as a feature team so far in All Elite Wrestling, the duo of Angelico and Jack Evans, are two of the best performers in the entire world. They've been rusty since reuniting for the first time in years, but the former AAA Tag Team Champions have all the talent in the world, and their recent heel turn may propel them to great things in AEW.
Right now, they are very low down on the totem pole in AEW's tag team division, but that doesn't mean you should overlook them, because Los Gueros del Cielo will rise to the top one day. When TV finally begins in October, it will allow Angelico and Evans to show off more of their personalities, and if they are given freedom to be the heels they've been for years along with their talent, they may surprise a lot of people, but unfortunately for them, that's a long way down the line.
#7 Private Party
While Private Party have been breakout stars early in the life of All Elite Wrestling, they aren't ready for the top spot yet, and while we'd have them higher on the list, their first-round matchup comes against The Young Bucks. These two are incredibly talented, and it's possible that they could upset the duo of Matt and Nick Jackson, but we just can't see it happening this early in the life of AEW.
Marq Quen and Isaiah Kassidy have all the athleticism in the world, and while their characters haven't developed yet, they've got the potential to be one of the biggest tag teams in the entire world. They got their first tag team win in AEW at All Out by defeating Angelico and Jack Evans, so they've built some momentum towards this tournament, but with their first round contest, we just can't see them winning at this stage.