Re-Building: New Tag Teams Based on the Current WWE Roster

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Re-Building: New Tag Teams Based on the Current WWE Roster

On June 6, 1971, the World Tag Team Championships were formed, becoming THE prize for any tag team that got into WWE.

These would be held by some of the greatest teams in the history of pro wrestling: Hart Foundation, Wild Samoans, Edge & Christian, and more recently, the Hart Dynasty would be some of the great teams to hold the prizes.

Tag team wrestling has often been cited as a launching pad for great singles wrestlers: Shawn Michaels, Booker T, Scott Steiner, and Edge are some of many performers who came from great teams and established themselves as the best of their generation.

The popularity of tag team wrestling might have reached an all-time high in the late 90s and early part of the 21st century.

One of the amazing Tag Team TLC matches could save a PPV that was terrible.

Due to WWE management giving pushes to certain wrestlers in tag teams, it seems that tag team wrestling has become a lost art in WWE.

This topic has become a target for the IWC to ridicule.

It is tough for me to see a company like TNA that has their tag team division set with teams such as The Motor City Machine Guns, Beer Money, 3-D, Styles & Kazarian, and then see the greatest sports entertainment company in the world give teams that have NO credible title shots.

I'm not going to insult WWE, though. Instead, I have created a list of 10 possible teams that could help the WWE get tag wrestling to what it was.

There is no team on the slideshow that is too ridiculous to consider.

Let me know if you "like" the article and my selections.

Of course, the comment section is there for a reason, so feel free to express your choices.

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