Despite being home to some of the greatest tag teams of all time, WWE has almost never really prioritized tag team wrestling, which is a shame given its proven success at many times.
Even with a lack of focus on tag team wrestling at times, the wrestlers still delivered. There have been many all-time classic matches for the WWE Tag Team Championships, and these can be easily eliminated by watching David Meltzerwith top rated matches showcasing the best of the best when it comes to company tag titles.
ten The New Day vs. The Usos vs. Lucha’s Dragons, TLC 2015 (4.25 stars)
If this match had taken place a decade earlier, it might be considered an all-time classic. By the time this match unfolded, fans had become largely desensitized to the TLC stipulation, but these three teams managed to pull off a wonderful and inventive match.
There were many fantastic spots stuck in this match, including a crazy Salida Del Sol through a ladder. While The New Day emerged victorious, every individual shone in this incredible PPV opener, and it should arguably be rated even higher.
9 Hart Foundation vs. Shawn Michaels & Steve Austin, Raw 1997 (4.25 stars)
This match had the classic “can they co-exist” trope, although at the time it wasn’t done to the death, so it provided an interesting dynamic with Michaels and Austin working hard to overcome a well machine. oiled like the team of Owen Hart and the British Bulldog.
The great tag team psychology between four legends made for a great match to watch with a fast-paced affair, packing a lot in just 13 minutes of ring time.
8 Brian Kendrick & Paul London vs. Dave Taylor & William Regal vs. MNM vs. Hardy Boyz, Armageddon 2006 (4.25 stars)
The main talking point of this deadly four ladder match was the infamous catapult spot that saw Joey Mercury suffer a gruesome and horrific injury. However, everything before and after that moment was incredibly entertaining.
The action in this game was non-stop, and it was a festival in the best way, helping to highlight several teams in the division. If it weren’t for the terrible injury, it probably would have gotten an even higher rating.
seven Kane vs. Dudley Boyz vs. Jeff Hardy & RVD vs. Chris Jericho & Christian, Raw 2002 (4.25 stars)
Defending the tag team titles on his own, Kane put in a hell of a performance that helped him reclaim some star power he had lost over time. Everyone put on a stunning performance in this TLC match, with several crazy spots.
Jericho was thrown over the top rope from the top of a ladder, Hardy was given a massive multi-foot Superplex, in addition to plenty of table space and quite a carnage. The crowd was electric for this game, and having it on weekly television made it even more special.
6 The Usos Vs The Street Profits, Money In The Bank 2022 (4.5 stars)
Although it took a little while to get going, these two teams built and built intensity and heat throughout, culminating in an intense and exciting crescendo. At a time when rematches are so frequent, it’s proof that these four men managed to win a premier tag team match despite countless fights before.
They had nearly 25 minutes to work, which is rare in modern WWE when it comes to tag team wrestling, and they used that time to produce one of the best matches of 2022.
5 Dolph Ziggler & Drew McIntyre vs. Dean Ambrose & Seth Rollins, Hell In A Cell 2018 (4.5 stars)
The chemistry between these four men was off the charts as they put together a perfectly constructed and flowing tag team match, with the name value of those involved making the Raw Tag Team Championships feel more important than they were. had been doing for some time.
There were several jaw-dropping streaks in this match, with finishing notably being the definition of wrestling perfection. This stole the show and is up there with the best tag team matches ever, although sadly it’s not talked about enough, probably due to the amount of tag team wrestling that dropped in stock at the WWE over the past decade.
4 Alpha Academy vs. RK-Bro vs. Seth Rollins & Kevin Owens, Raw 2022 (4.5 stars)
It’s up there with the best openers in Raw history. Six incredibly talented superstars put on a stunning display of what makes tag team wrestling such an enjoyable spectacle. Chad Gable proved why he’s considered one of the most underrated wrestlers in the world, especially standing out in this match.
Seth Rollins and Kevin Owens’ team was an all-star alliance, and they worked brilliantly in this match, and RK-Bro fired up the crowd with a win after one of the best RKOs of all time on Gable.
3 Diesel and Shawn Michaels vs. Razor Ramon and 1-2-3 Kid, Action Zone 1994 (4.5 stars)
It’s such a shame that this match took place on the very short-lived Action Zone program, and not on some more high-profile TV show or PPV, otherwise it would be considered more of an all-time classic tag team title battle. .
Diesel looked like a monster, the 1-2-3 Kid got a brilliant hot tag, Razor Ramon played a great babyface in jeopardy, and Shawn Michaels elevated the game like he always does. These four best friends were clearly on a mission to make each other as strong as possible, and it resulted in a wonderful contest.
2 Christian & Edge vs. Dudley Boyz vs. Hardy Boyz, SummerSlam 2000 (4.5 stars)
The very first Tables, Ladders and Chairs Match revolutionized wrestling and put these three teams on the map as all-time greats. Although sometimes a one-off festival, it included several interesting logical narratives.
Edge and Christian were the most focused team in this match, their intelligence leading them to victory, the Hardy Boyz too often opted for the dramatic maneuvers, which cost them the match, and the Dudley Boyz were also too distracted by obsession with their tables. .
1 Dudley Boyz vs. Christian & Edge vs. Hardy Boyz, WrestleMania 17 (4.75 stars)
While the first TLC Match was sensational, the second edition to Wrestle Mania 17 was something special. It’s one of the most iconic matches in WWE history, and the highlight reel alone is proof of that.
There were countless death-defying spots during this match, and the crowd responded in kind, keeping them up almost every second. It helped push these six men to become living tag team wrestling legends.