No. 1 Edge and Christian vs. No. 8 Hollywood Blonds
Edge and Christian are seven-time WWE tag team champions.
They won Match of the Year honors in 2000 and 2001 from Pro Wrestling Illustrated.
In 2000, Pro Wrestling Illustrated named them Tag Team of the Year.
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.
No. 4 The Fabulous Freebirds vs. No. 5 Midnight Express
The Freebirds were made up of Michael Hayes, Buddy Roberts, Terry Gordy and Jimmy Garvin.
They have held a combined 17 tag-team titles in various promotions.
They were named Tag Team of the Year in 1980 (Gordy and Roberts) and 1981 (Roberts and Hayes).
In 2005, Hayes, Gordy and Roberts were inducted into the Pro Wrestling Observer Hall of Fame.
The Midnight Express had many members, but the main teams were Bobby Eaton/Dennis Condrey and Bobby Eaton/Stan Lane.
As the Midnight Express, these pairings won 53 tag-team championships in various promotions.
The Midnight Express was named Tag Team of the Year by Pro Wrestling Observer from 1986-1988.
No. 3 The British Bulldogs vs. No. 6 DX (HHH and HBK)
The Bulldogs were a team consisting of Davey Boy Smith and Dynamite Kid.
The duo are former WWE tag team champions. In 1985, they were named Tag Team of the Year by Pro Wrestling Observer.
DX members HHH and HBK have won the WWE Tag Team Championship twice.
Although from a championship perspective, they are lacking. From an impact perspective they are off of the charts.
DX was at the front and center of the Attitude Era. The impact this duo had on the business was tremendous.
No. 2 Brain Busters vs. No. 7 Strike Force
Arn Anderson and Tully Blanchard were the Brain Busters.
They are former NWA and WWE tag team champions.In 1989, they were named Tag Team of the Year by Pro Wrestling Illustrated.
They were inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame in 2012 as members of the Four Horsemen.
Strike Force was a team comprised of Rick Martel and Tito Santana.
The duo only won the WWE tag team titles once. However, they are well-known for their great in-ring work and match quality.