Greatest tag team or groups in pro wrestling

March 04, 2008 |

So because of the huge response to the wrestling debate and for it being brought up in some of the comments, here it goes. Top five tag team or groups:
  1. The Von Erich’s (a tremendous group that had classic battles. I would highly recommend if you were a fan of theirs or just a wrestling fan to check out the DVD that the WWE put out about WCCW and the Von Erich’s.)
  2. The Road Warriors – perhaps the greatest tag team in wrestling history. Animal and Hawk were the most dominant during their time and you knew there was a chance you were going to lose before the music was over with. Classic battles with Midnight Express, Arn Anderson and Tully Blanchard are all time classics.
  3. DX – When Triple H, Shawn Michaels, Billy Gunn, and the Road Dogg. They were at the top of their game when they were all together. The will go down in my opinion as one of the best creations that WWF ever put together. Billy Gunn and Road Dogg were a very solid tag team of two guys who did not have a lot of success in singles action, but were very good together.
  4. Four Horseman – Now I am not talking about the Horseman when Mongo McMichael,Dean Malenko, Brian Pillman, Chris Benoit, or any of the other guys who tried to fill out that group towards the end. Ric Flair,Tully Blanchard,Arn Anderson, Barry Windham, Lex Luger, and Ole Anderson, were the best forms of the Horseman. The Horseman was a great group and dominated the sport during their days. Horseman helped the career of Luger and Windham a lot and their star was really starting to shine with the Horseman.
  5. NWO – Again much like Horseman, the 15 different groups of NWO toward the end really tarnished the tremendous faction NWO was. Horace Hogan, Buff Bagwell, and some of the other guys that were apart of the NWO were a joke, I am talking about Hogan, Hall, Nash, and I will even through Six Pac in their.
 
Honorable mention: Free Birds (the had some legendary battles with the Von Erich’s) Midnight Express (I was a little bit more of a fan of Bobby Eaton and Stan Lane a little bit more than when Dennis Condry was a part of the group) Tully Blanchard and Arn Anderson (part of why I did not include them is because I count them in with the 4 Horseman) British Bulldogs (probably a little bit before their time, but dominant)
 
Because Rob and Ray would expect it, I am not including the Rock n Roll Express, Midnight Rockers, Hart Foundation ( again not a Bret Hart fan and The Anvil was even worse), Shawn Michaels and Diesel.
 
Now let the debate begin.

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