The Best Tag Teams In WWE History

Over 10.4K Ranker voters have come together to rank this list of The Best Tag Teams In WWE History
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WWE/WWF Tag Teams Only

Tag teams. Remember when they were a huge part of WWE wrestling? Remember when they had story lines? And there were actually feuds? Feuds you wanted to watch and they were actually exciting and the tag team championship actually meant something and a lot of times those tag team matches ended up "stealing the show" (copyright Dolph Ziggler) for example those TLC matches with Edge and Christian, The Dudleys, and the Hardys? ... I remember those days.

That's why there is this list. These are the best tag teams in WWE history. The greatest tag teams in WWE of all time.

Sure, tag team wrestling has been put on the back burner (the way back burner on a different oven that is very far away) in recent years (about a decade), but that's all the more reason to celebrate it now! And make our voices heard! WE WANT GREAT TAG TEAM WRESTLING BACK.

Vote for your favorite WWE tag teams made up of these remarkable Superstars now. If you think we forgot any all time great tag teams go ahead and add them!

Most divisive: The Brain Busters
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  • Legion of Doom
    5,350 votes

    Legion of Doom

    Undoubtedly one of the most dominant and fearsome tag teams in WWE history, Legion of Doom, comprising of Road Warrior Hawk and Road Warrior Animal, bulldozed their way to victory in the late '80s and early '90s. With a penchant for face paint and spiked shoulder pads, they battled against the likes of The Nasty Boys and Demolition, leaving an indelible mark on the sport. Not only were they known for their brute force, but their unmatched teamwork and signature move, the "Doomsday Device," dubbed them two-time WWF Tag Team Champions.

  • The Hardy Boyz
    5,439 votes

    The death-defying duo of Matt and Jeff Hardy, better known as The Hardy Boyz, have revolutionized tag team wrestling with their high-flying, risk-taking style. Known for their iconic feuds with Edge and Christian, The Dudley Boyz, and countless others, the brothers set the bar for extreme and innovative matches, such as Tables, Ladders, and Chairs. With their signature "Twist of Fate" and "Swanton Bomb," The Hardy Boyz have captured the hearts of fans and amassed multiple tag team championships throughout their storied careers.

  • The Dudley Boyz
    4,472 votes

    The Dudley Boyz

    As pioneers of hardcore wrestling, Bubba Ray and D-Von Dudley, known collectively as The Dudley Boyz, brought their brawling, no-nonsense style to the squared circle. Cementing their place in WWE history via unforgettable feuds with The Hardy Boyz and Edge and Christian, the duo's trademark 3D (Dudley Death Drop) and penchant for putting opponents through tables made them fan favorites. Throughout their career, the streetwise pair captured WWE, WCW, and ECW tag team championships, solidifying themselves as legends in the business.

  • Kevin Nash & Scott Hall
    1,691 votes

    Kevin Nash & Scott Hall

    During the '90s, the wrestling world was forever changed by the arrival of the Outsiders, Kevin Nash and Scott Hall. As prominent figures of the nWo (New World Order), they played a vital role in the Monday Night Wars alongside the likes of Hulk Hogan. Their undeniable chemistry, unique charisma, and signature moves, "The Outsider's Edge" and "Jackknife Powerbomb," allowed them to dominate the tag team scene, eventually capturing both WCW and WWE tag team championships.

  • D-Generation X
    4,806 votes

    D-Generation X

    Arguably the most controversial and influential tag team, D-Generation X (DX) redefined what it meant to be anti-establishment in the world of wrestling. Comprised of "The Heartbreak Kid" Shawn Michaels and Triple H, the duo led the WWE's Attitude Era with their irreverent antics, memorable catchphrases, and intense in-ring rivalries against the likes of The Hart Foundation and The Brothers of Destruction. As a cornerstone of WWE history, DX was notorious for their innovative double team moves, such as the Sweet Chin Music/Pedigree combination.

  • Edge and Christian
    4,410 votes

    Edge and Christian

    Few tag teams have left as lasting an impact on WWE as Edge and Christian, who catapulted to fame in the Attitude Era with their groundbreaking appearances in TLC matches. Their long-standing rivalry with The Hardy Boyz and The Dudley Boyz would come to define the team's legacy, as they pushed the boundaries of what tag team wrestling could achieve. Edge and Christian's hilarious promos, memorable "5-second poses," and jaw-dropping double-team maneuvers made them one of the most celebrated tag teams in WWE history, capturing a staggering seven Tag Team Championships.