Ranking the SmackDown Live Era Tag Team Champions from worst to best
WWE transformed SmackDown to SmackDown Live in 2016, as the company brought back the brand split and gave the Blue brand its own roster. Although RAW drafted the bigger name Superstars in the 2016 Draft, SmackDown Live showed the fans that popular names don't matter nearly as much, if one knows how to book great storylines.
The SmackDown Live Tag Team Division did not have a single eminent team, as even The Usos were down on momentum. However, creative changed the landscape of the division by pulling off some remarkable feuds. Many fans felt that the competition in the SmackDown Live Tag Team Division was always strong, as the writers used their options effectively.
From The Ascension to Breezango, every tag team had time to prove itself in the SmackDown Live Tag Team Division. Now that WWE's 'B Show' has relocated itself to Friday nights on FOX, one can say that the era of SmackDown Live has concluded.
As previously discussed, the SmackDown Tag Team Division’s work was always impressive. Eleven tag teams won the coveted SmackDown Tag Team Championships from 2016 - October 2019. Here are all the SmackDown Tag Team Champions ranked from worst to best.
#11 The Revival
Despite being billed by many as the greatest tag team on the globe, Dash Wilder and Scott Dawson have just not been able to validate that badge on the main roster. The duo migrated to SmackDown Live after failing to establish themselves as a force to be reckoned with in the RAW Tag Team Division.
The Revival battled The New Day for the championships at Clash of Champions last month and WWE allowed them to pick up the titles, however, they have done nothing relevant since.
Since their impressive Clash of Champions victory, The Revival have not defended the SmackDown Tag Team Championships even once. Hence, they have been positioned last on this list.