What a Rush Region.
No. 1 Legion of Doom vs. No. 5 Brothers of Destruction
Animal and Hawk have held tag team titles in nine different promotions including NWA and WWE.
They have been named Tag Team of the Year on four different occasions by Pro Wrestling Illustrated. In 2003 PWI named them the No. 1 on a list of the 100 best tag teams to ever lace them up.
As a tag team, Animal and Hawk are enshrined in four different Halls of Fame.
The Brothers of Destruction consist of Kane and Undertaker.
Kane and Undertaker were the first tag team to ever be recognized as Unified Tag Team Champions. They did this when they held both the WCW and WWE tag titles at the same time.
They are three-time tag team champions.
No. 3 Hardy Boyz vs. No. 7 APA
Matt and Jeff Hardy are six-time WWE Tag Team Champions.
They were awarded Match of the Year honors from Pro Wrestling Illustrated in 2000 and 2001.
In 2000, they were named Tag Team of the Year by Pro Wrestling Illustrated.
Farooq and Bradshaw are the APA.
The duo held the WWE Tag Team Championships on three different occasions. As a team they are known for their hard-hitting style as well as their office poker games.
5-Second Pose Region.
No. 1 Edge and Christian vs. No. 4 The Fabulous Freebirds
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 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.
No. 2 Brain Busters vs. No. 6 D-Generation X
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.
DX members HHH and HBK have won the WWE Tag Team Championship twice.
Although, lacking from a championship perspective, they are off of the charts when it comes to the impact that they made.
DX was at the front and center of the Attitude Era. The impact this duo had on the business was tremendous.