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Title: Tag Team Division - then there was none!
Post by: littleguns on February 05, 2013, 01:01:02 PM
Prime Time Playas - disband
Rhodes Scholars - disbanded
Rey/Sin Cara - Disbanded

Who else is there to challenge the champs?

F'in BS, this is!


Title: Re: Tag Team Division - then there was none!
Post by: Chadwick The Beta on March 14, 2013, 07:11:21 AM
Tony Garea and Dominic DeNucci ??


Title: Re: Tag Team Division - then there was none!
Post by: Karl Kox on March 17, 2013, 01:07:45 PM
Tony Garea and Dominic DeNucci ??

LOL too funny.

There used to be so many good tag teams. I started a thread years ago about good tag teams.  I feel like there will never be a good tag division again.


Title: Re: Tag Team Division - then there was none!
Post by: MCWAY on March 17, 2013, 03:23:19 PM
Prime Time Playas - disband
Rhodes Scholars - disbanded
Rey/Sin Cara - Disbanded

Who else is there to challenge the champs?

F'in BS, this is!

They keep putting Rhodes Scholars in tag matches. And, are the New Age Outlaws officially on the comeback trail, or are they just props for "Old School Raw" and a beatdown from Lesnar?

Then, there's the new team of Brodus Clay and Tensai.


Title: Re: Tag Team Division - then there was none!
Post by: vascsurgeon on March 18, 2013, 05:36:26 AM
Tony Garea and Dominic DeNucci ??

LOL
It was Dean Ho and Tony Garea, what a waste of valuable brain cells being able to remember this stuff  ;)
DeNucci and Bruno occasionally

GOAT= Road Warriors


Title: Re: Tag Team Division - then there was none!
Post by: Montague on March 18, 2013, 05:17:43 PM
GOAT= Road Warriors


IMO, part of the reason the RW's worked so great as a tag-team is they looked like a true "team." They worked so cohesively, that they came across as two dudes who grew up together and fought together in many a fight from high school to bars, and ultimately, the ring.

Not all tag-teams possessed that quality. The British Bulldogs and Hart Foundation did. So did many others from the 80's when tag-team wrestling was amazing. Now, all too often we get two random guys seemingly put together simply because "creative" doesn't know what else to do with them.


Title: Re: Tag Team Division - then there was none!
Post by: tu_holmes on March 18, 2013, 05:45:01 PM
Wait... They disbanded the Rhodes Scholars?

I saw them like 2 weeks ago.


Title: Re: Tag Team Division - then there was none!
Post by: MCWAY on March 18, 2013, 07:58:38 PM
Now, we have Ziggler and Langston challenging Bryan and Kane for the belts at WrestleMania.


Title: Re: Tag Team Division - then there was none!
Post by: littleguns on March 19, 2013, 07:39:51 AM
Wait... They disbanded the Rhodes Scholars?

I saw them like 2 weeks ago.

I guess it was a teaser as they did break up but are now back together.


Title: Re: Tag Team Division - then there was none!
Post by: vascsurgeon on March 20, 2013, 08:42:22 AM

IMO, part of the reason the RW's worked so great as a tag-team is they looked like a true "team." They worked so cohesively, that they came across as two dudes who grew up together and fought together in many a fight from high school to bars, and ultimately, the ring.

Not all tag-teams possessed that quality. The British Bulldogs and Hart Foundation did. So did many others from the 80's when tag-team wrestling was amazing. Now, all too often we get two random guys seemingly put together simply because "creative" doesn't know what else to do with them.

Back then, Executioners, Blackjacks , Grahams and later Steiner bros all perfect examples of what you describe


Title: Re: Tag Team Division - then there was none!
Post by: MCWAY on March 20, 2013, 04:55:17 PM
Back then, Executioners, Blackjacks , Grahams and later Steiner bros all perfect examples of what you describe

Don't forget Strike Force, Demoliton, The Hart Foundation, and the Rockers.


Title: Re: Tag Team Division - then there was none!
Post by: Montague on March 20, 2013, 06:03:44 PM
I'll add the High Flyers from the AWA, which was probably the highlight of Greg Gagne's ring career. Granted, some of that may be due to how his promoter/Dad booked/pushed him, but remember that Brunzell went on to enjoy a decent run as one half of the Killer Bees in the WWF.


Title: Re: Tag Team Division - then there was none!
Post by: MCWAY on March 30, 2013, 07:31:07 PM
I guess it was a teaser as they did break up but are now back together.

Indeed they are. And now they're feuding with Tensai and Brodus Clay (now known as "Tons of Funk").