The winners of the below matchups will be awarded No. 8 seeds in the bracket.
Killer Bees vs. Billy and Chuck
The Killer Bees were made up of "Jumpin" Jim Brunzell and B. Brian Blair. They wrestled in WWE from 1985-1988.
Although they never won tag gold in WWE, they are known for their great matches and gimmick. The Bees greatest feud was with the Hart Foundation.
Billy and Chuck took the idea of bromance to a whole new level.
The duo are former two-time WWE Tag Team Champions. In 2002 they were named Tag Team of the Year by Pro Wrestling Illustrated.
The two might be best known for their commitment ceremony on SmackDown.
Paul London and Brian Kendrick vs. The World's Greatest Tag Team
London and Kendrick burst onto the tag team scene in WWE. Their high-flying style and amazing in-ring chemistry made them an instant success.
They were two-time WWE Tag Team Champions and in 2007 they were named Tag Team of the Year by Pro Wrestling Illustrated.
The World's Greatest Tag Team consisted of Charlie Haas and Shelton Benjamin. The duo began as followers of Kurt Angle and were originally known as Team Angle.
Haas and Benjamin are former two-time WWE Tag Team Champions. In 2003 they were named Tag Team of the Year by Pro Wrestling Illustrated.
Kane and X-Pac vs. The Hollywood Blonds
Kane and X-Pac were formed during the Attitude Era. A large part of the intrigue from this team was the WWE Universe seeing a softer side of Kane.
Kane and X-Pac had a unique in-ring chemistry.
While together they won the WWE Tag Team Championships twice.
The Hollywood Blonds consisted of "Stunning" Steve Austin and "Flyin" Brian Pillman. The duo was a surprisingly successful heel team in WCW.
The Blonds are former NWA and WCW Tag Team Champions.
In 1993 they were named Tag Team of the Year by Wrestling Observer Newsletter.