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Old 06-13-2017, 03:25 AM
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Default Super Teams

The Warriors super team just won the NBA Finals and that's got me thinking about super teams in professional wrestling.

My idea of a "super team" would be a tag team of established singles.

To differentiate from a regular tag team since neither Hawk nor Animal had big singles careers but are arguably the greatest tag team of all time.

The Dudleys don't count either b/c TNA just isn't big enough of a stage.

But if you want to count TNA to include Edge and Christian w/ the Hardy Boys I'm not a cop or anything.

Also, a Marty Janetty can hold back a team from being super team.

So no Rick Steiners, Jim Neidharts, or Stevie Rays either.

But I do count XPac and Kane as a super team but on bare minimum lower end for consideration.

The main reason these super teams never dominated the tag team scene with long reigns is b/c of the volatile nature when the single's star egos eventually clash.

So who takes the crown...

The Mega Powers have Hulk Hogan and Macho Man Randy Savage and would be the number one seed in a tournament.

But the Two Man Power Trip also has all timers with Stone Cold Steve Austin and HHH.

HHH also counts towards DX with Shawn Michaels, and Shawn Michaels is half of the Two Dudes with Attitude w/ Diesel.

The Rock and Sock Connection also merit consideration with the Brothers of Destruction.

John Cena won tag team gold with Bautista, and Edge reigned with Hulk Hogan.

Chris Benoit casts a dark shadow on his team ups with Chris Jericho and Kurt Angle.

The Outsiders represent the NWO, along with Sting and Lex Luger from even before the Wolfpac days.

Big Show was also part of monster tag teams w/ both Kane and Undertaker.

Jerishow and JeriKO also had good runs.
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