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Jerichoholic274 02-04-2013 08:18 PM

Tag teams that should've gone further than they did?
 
I personally think Rhyno and Tajiri should have tag champs back when they were together. I thought they were the wwe's odd couple at the time, a six foot beast who's actions spoke louder than his words, and a tiny little asian guy who'd fuck you up quicker than you could say 'Wasabi'.

What teams do you think should have gone further than they did?

TripleG 02-04-2013 08:21 PM

Re: Tag teams that should've gone further than they did?
 
I was a fan of Power & Glory, Hercules & Paul Roma. They were a cool clashing styles type of team with a finesse guy and a power guy, and they worked well together. They never went that far though.

TempestH 02-04-2013 08:24 PM

Re: Tag teams that should've gone further than they did?
 
Miz and Alex Riley should've been pushed as a tag team for a short while after Miz lost the WWE Title.

Cody Rhodes and Ted DiBiase should've gone farther as they did. They were pretty irrelevant as part of Legacy, and should've stayed together even when they got their individual gimmicks. Basically they should've been pushed as a "thrown together team that has history as a real team". I think their eventual break up would've had more impact that way.

Jerichoholic274 02-04-2013 08:26 PM

Re: Tag teams that should've gone further than they did?
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by TempestH (Post 13581066)
Cody Rhodes and Ted DiBiase should've gone farther as they did. They were pretty irrelevant as part of Legacy, and should've stayed together even when they got their individual gimmicks. Basically they should've been pushed as a "thrown together team that has history as a real team". I think their eventual break up would've had more impact that way.

I thought they were going to be a tag team again when Ted was put with Cody during his 'Un-dashing' phase. I also think that was the last time Ted was on T.v regularly.

Z. Kusano 02-04-2013 08:27 PM

Re: Tag teams that should've gone further than they did?
 
Big Boss Man/Akeem. After the Hogan program they were pretty much meh as a team. Could've been a huge threat to Demolition.

T3H~L3X 02-04-2013 08:28 PM

Re: Tag teams that should've gone further than they did?
 
Cryme Tyme- They were ridiculously popular and during the short lived teaming with Cena they really could have capitalized on giving them the tag team title.

Edit:
The Highlanders- They had a creative look and stood out.

2 Ton 21 02-04-2013 08:38 PM

Re: Tag teams that should've gone further than they did?
 
Three Minute Warning
Cryme Tyme

Above Average 02-04-2013 09:14 PM

Re: Tag teams that should've gone further than they did?
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by T3H~L3X (Post 13582202)
Cryme Tyme- They were ridiculously popular and during the short lived teaming with Cena they really could have capitalized on giving them the tag team title.

This.

I also believe Awesome Truth should have stayed together longer and made a bigger impact, both were pretty much over with the crowd, and this team had huge potential.

shawnmcmahon 02-04-2013 09:27 PM

Re: Tag teams that should've gone further than they did?
 
While they weren't all that talented in the ring, Cryme Tyme had potential to be a top draw for the promotion.

lewisvee 02-04-2013 09:41 PM

Re: Tag teams that should've gone further than they did?
 
I feel la resistance should have been massive, they were top heels and I hated them all so much, Dupree was a good wrestler and the fact Conway was American and claimed to be French was great


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