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Top five favorite tag teams of all time, anywhere.

I love Tag team wrestling, so wanted to make a thread where people can talk about their favorite tag teams of all time. They don't have to be teams that were together for a long time either (Ex. Team Hell No or DIY)

For me my top 5 are:


The Young Bucks - I know they've done a lot else where, but I love The Young Bucks mainly for the stuff they've done in PWG, and ROH. I love their insane moveset, the superkick spam, and the fact they just don't give a shit. I just enjoy the fact I can watch them and know I'm going to have a fun time doing so.

Londrick - Mainly for their shoot interviews, and growing up I was a huge London and Kendrick fan, so I automatically loved them together, they had a long title reign together, though uneventful I just love them.

The Dudley Boyz - They make the list for their insane Heatwave 99 promo alone. But also the fact I love table spots, and I always more of a Dudleyz fan then E & C or The Hardyz or anyone like that for that matter.

New Day - Though they are hated now, they actually helped me when I was really depressed, and they always bring a smile on my face.

KENTA And Marufuji - These two helped get me into Puro wrestling, and the tag team matches these two have had together are great imo. Being a big mark for both KENTA and Marufuji I always love seeing the two team up.

HM: Maddox and Xavier, RVD and Sabu, LAX, and America's Most Wanted.
 

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Of all time....

okay

sorry long time fan warning.

1.The Road Warriors: The Hulk Hogan of tag teams. They had the heat and fire
2. The Fabulous Kangaroos: Made Tag team wrestling relevant in the original Golden Age
3. The Dusek Family: The team that actually made tag teams a thing before the golden age.
4. The Fabulous Ones: the original 80's baby face duo.....often replicated
5. The Rock N Roll Express: copied the Fabulous ones but cut out their place

Dudley's, Young Bucks, Hardy's, and Bulldogs have no place among these five teams.
 

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Of all time....

okay

sorry long time fan warning.

1.The Road Warriors: The Hulk Hogan of tag teams. They had the heat and fire
2. The Fabulous Kangaroos: Made Tag team wrestling relevant.
3. The Dusek Family: The team that actually made tag teams a thing
4. The Fabulous Ones: the original 80's baby face duo.....often replicated
5. The Rock N Roll Express: copied the Fabulous ones but cut out there place

The tag teams I've never heard of out of those 5 are The Dusek Family, and Fabulous Kangaroos, and The Fabulous Ones.

I did watch a few Rock N Roll Express matches. As well as shoot interviews.

Of course everyone loves The Roadwarriors.

Though I do remember hearing somewhere that the kangraoos would throw a boomerang into the crowd, and were the first wrestlers to give stuff to audiences... So maybe I did hear about them. (I hope I got that right.)
 

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The tag teams I've never heard of out of those 5 are The Dusek Family, and Fabulous Kangaroos, and The Fabulous Ones.

I did watch a few Rock N Roll Express matches. As well as shoot interviews.

Of course everyone loves The Roadwarriors.

Though I do remember hearing somewhere that the kangraoos would throw a boomerang into the crowd, and were the first wrestlers to give stuff to audiences... So maybe I did hear about them. (I hope I got that right.)
The Kangeroos were the Road Warriors of the 50's and 60's

The Dusek Family Riot Squad were the first tag team to be main event players

The Fabulous Ones were the blueprint of the babyface tag teams of the 80's

but you said "your favorites" dang sorry I did not read that. I thought you meant goat teams....

so I am an idiot, because you were clear in what you asked....here are my personal favs....

1. Road Warriors
2. Fabulous Ones
3. Arn Anderson and Tully Blanchard
4. The Freebirds
5. Demolition

just imo
 

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The Kangeroos were the Road Warriors of the 50's and 60's

The Dusek Family Riot Squad were the first tag tam to be main event players

The Fabulous Ones were the blueprint of the babyface tag teams of the 80's

but you said "your favorites" dang sorry I did not read that. I thought you meant goat teams....

so

1. Road Warriors
2. Fabulous Ones
3. Arn Anderson and Tully Blanchard
4. The Freebirds
5. Demolition

Didn't expect to see Road Warriors top your favorites. Arn Anderson and Tully Blanchard is a given.

I've been seeing a lot of people shit on Demolition for some reason, but I didn't watch them much. But I've seen people call them Road Warrior clones so its cool to see you list them both lol.

Edit: After googling what I said about Demolition I guess that's not the case
 

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Demolition were certainly Road Warrior clones. To be sure, but they were great in their own place.

I mean Bill Eadie (Ax) is one of my all time top 20 wrestlers all time, and Barry Darsow was pretty good too. However they were not in the class of the Road Warriors. The Road Warriors changed the game forever.
 

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Holy Demon Army
Misawa & Kobashi
Miracle Violence Connection
Marufuji & KENTA
Misawa & Akiyama

I feel like on most days I'd take the Motor City Machineguns, the Eaton/Lane Midnight Express, and/or Bad Intentions over Misawa & Akiyama, but something just wasn't letting me do that here.
 

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All Time:

(no particular order)

1) The Road Warriors/Legion of Doom
2) The Steiner Brothers
3) The Hart Foundation
4) Beer Money Inc
5) Arn Anderson/Tully Blanchard (Horsemen/Brainbusters)
 

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1.) Mitsuharu Misawa & Kenta Kobashi
2.) The Dudleyz ( D-Von & Buh Buh Ray) [ECW]
3.) RVD & Sabu
4.) Akira Taue & Toshiaki Kawada "The Holy Demon Army"
5.) Stan Hansen & Bruiser Brody
 

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The Steiner Brothers
Miracle Violence Connection
The Hart Foundation
Rock N Roll Express
Rey Bucanero & Ultimo Guerrero

HR
Minoru Suzuki & Yoshihiro Takayama
Harlem Heat
British Bulldogs
British Bulldog & Owen Hart
Kensuke Sasaki & Hawk
 

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1. The Killer Bees
2. The Headbangers
3. Firebreaker Chip and Todd Champion
4. Miracle Violence Connection
5. Beverly Brothers
 

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1) The New Age Outlaws
2) Edge & Christian
3) The Steiner Brothers
4) The Eliminators
5) Stone Cold Steve Austin and Shawn Michaels

Honorable Mention: The Two Man Power Trip.
 
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