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My top 25 Tag Teams of all Time

genocidecuttergenocidecutter Members Posts: 17,825 ✭✭✭✭✭
edited June 2012 in Off The Turn Buckle
It thats time again
25.The Nasty Boys
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This team formed with Child friends Jerry "Biff" Sags and Brian "Buff" Knobs. They began their careers in the American Wrestling Association in 1985 and began teaming together as The Nasty Boyz in 1986. In 1990, the Nasty Boys joined World Championship Wrestling. They initially feuded with Rick and Scott Steiner but were unable to defeat the Steiner Brothers for the United States Tag Team Championships. The Nasty Boys left WCW in December 1990 and joined the World Wrestling Federation where they made their biggest(and only) splash. Along with their manager Jimmy Hart, they announced their intention to "Nastisize the WWF". After becoming the number one contenders by winning a seven team battle royal on the February 16, 1991 airing of Superstars of Wrestling (last eliminating the Legion of Doom, thanks to interference from Power and Glory), they defeated The Hart Foundation for the WWF World Tag Team Championship at WrestleMania VII, and held the titles until SummerSlam 1991, when they were defeated by the Legion of Doom in a no disqualification, no countout match. They turned face in the fall of 1992 to feud with Jimmy Hart's Money Incorporated over the tag team titles, but were unable to recapture the gold. In 1993 they later resign with WCW. Knobs and Sags went on to feud with tag teams such as Harlem Heat and The Blue Bloods. In 1996, the New World Order offered them membership in the nWo, but attacked them as soon as they received their nWo t-shirts. In the subsequent match against Scott Hall and Kevin Nash, Sags became enraged during the match after Hall injured his neck with a chair. After the match, Sags filed a lawsuit. He was released from his contract, and retired later that year. Knobs began pursuing the WCW 🤬 Championship. Since the 90's have been retired from wrestling and only making small time apperances(most recently in TNA)







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  • genocidecuttergenocidecutter Members Posts: 17,825 ✭✭✭✭✭
    edited June 2012
    24.Public Enemy
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    The Public Enemy made their ECW debut in September 1993 at UltraClash, as booker Paul Heyman gave them the gimmick of white guys who embraced and loved the growing hip hop culture of America. The named themselves after the Rap group of the same name. The team quickly became one of the more popular acts in the company; their wild brawling style, complete with a myriad of foreign objects and the inclusion of tables, made them one of the most feared teams in the company and it wasn't long before they won their first (of four) ECW Tag Team Championship. As The Public Enemy was embraced by the majority of fans, Heyman was inspired to bring in The Gangstas (New Jack and Mustafa Saed, from Smoky Mountain Wrestling) to feud with TPE. The Gangstas immediately began a long and 🤬 feud with The Public Enemy, which pitted The Gangstas' "harsh, gritty West Coast gangsta" lifestyle against The Public Enemy's "East Coast feel good" style. Their feud is among the feuds most often cited as "classic ECW". They signed with WCW in 1996 and stayed there until 1998 however, They never made much impact and only the WCW tag titles once(8 days in total). In 1999 they signed with the WWF but, Once again they used as jobbers until they left later that year. They would rejoin WCW in 2000 only to be used as jobbers once more(I enjoyed their match with ICP though). Their last appearance on T.V was on ECW on TNN. Today sadly both Rocco Rock and Johnny Gruge are deceased.


  • genocidecuttergenocidecutter Members Posts: 17,825 ✭✭✭✭✭
    23.The Unholy Allance
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    Although they formed at the tail end of ECW they were still an amazing team. Whipwreck and Tajiri became tag team partners soon after Tajiri was kicked out of The Network. On August 24, 2000, Whipwreck and Tajiri won a one-night tournament to be crowned new ECW World Tag Team Champions (Justin Credible "dropped" the belts so he could face Tommy Dreamer for the ECW Title) when they defeated Tommy Dreamer and Jerry Lynn and Simon Diamond and Johnny Swinger in a 3-way match in the finals. They lost the titles to Full Blooded Italians (Little 🤬 and Tony Mamaluke) the following night. At both Anarchy Rulz and November to Remember 2000, the Unholy Alliance failed to recapture the title from the FBI On January 7, 2001, Tajiri and Whipwreck beat Kid Kash and Super Crazy and The FBI in a 3-way dance at Guilty as Charged 2001 to become the number one condenters to Danny Doring and Roadkill's ECW Tag Team Titles. The match never happened as ECW went bankrupt soon after. Since the dimise of ECW Tajiri would be signed with the WWE while Mikey would semi-reitred from wrestling all together. They reunited on ECW One Night Stand and Recently in Tajiri's Japanese Wrestling New Classic (WNC) promotion, defeating Gedo and Jado in a 🤬 tag team match in Tokyo's Korakuen Hall.Two days later, Tajiri and Whipwreck defeated Yo-Hey and Yusuke Kodama in another 🤬 tag team match in Osaka.




    And off topic when the hell is TNA gonna put Kid Kash back on screen?
  • VIBEVIBE Members Posts: 54,384 ✭✭✭✭✭
    Kash rarely appears now, what's up w the rest of the list?
  • MrSoutCityMrSoutCity Members Posts: 2,709 ✭✭✭✭✭
    Nasty boys @ #25























    🤬 your list
  • genocidecuttergenocidecutter Members Posts: 17,825 ✭✭✭✭✭
    VIBE wrote: »
    Kash rarely appears now, what's up w the rest of the list?

    I making revisions I'll post them I done
  • genocidecuttergenocidecutter Members Posts: 17,825 ✭✭✭✭✭
    22.Rob Van Dam and Sabu
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    Sabu and Rob Van Dam first met in December 1989 and became close friends. The pair started out as enemies in ECW when Van Dam debuted in 1996. Both men were trained by Sabu's uncle, The Original Shiek, and fans wanted to see them face each other since they both utilized high-flying, daredevil techniques. In 1997, they eventually became a tag team as they went for the ECW World Tag Team Championship. At ECW 🤬 , Bill Alfonso betrayed Taz and joined Sabu and Van Dam. Four months later, Van Dam helped Sabu beat Terry Funk in a barbed wire match to capture the ECW World title. After Sabu lost the belt in a three-way dance with Terry Funk and Shane Douglas at ECW 🤬 Heaven 1997, Sabu and Van Dam joined Jerry "The King" Lawler in his crusade to "🤬 " ECW. A month later, the two captured the ECW Tag Team titles when they defeated Chris Candido and Lance Storm. As champions, Sabu and Van Dam took on all challengers including Jinsei Shinzaki and Hayabusa(classic match BTW) at Heatwave 1998 in Dayton, Ohio. They lost the titles to the Dudley Boyz in October 1998; however, yet they went on to win them back from the Dudleyz in December. Sabu would leave ECW in 2000 do to a despute with Heyman. They would reunite many through out the years in the WWE and in TNA


  • genocidecuttergenocidecutter Members Posts: 17,825 ✭✭✭✭✭
    21. Jinsei Shizaki and Hayabusa
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    Shinzaki started in Gran Hamada's Universal Lucha Libre promotion under the name Mongolian Yuga. In 1993 he moved to the Great Sasuke's Michinoku Pro Wrestling promotion, where he adopted the ring name Jinsei. While Hayabusa began his wrestling career training in the FMW dojo. He would make his FMW debut on May 5, 1991 at the Nagoya International Center and later formed the Kyushu Express with Mr. Gannosuke. In 1993, Atsushi Onita, seeing potential in Ezaki, decided to send him on an overseas excursion of North America. In 1996 the 2 would form a tag team together. Even though the were tag champs once(In AJPW). This team time together was cut short due Hayabusa suffering a career eneding neck injury. Jinsei however, is still active today.


  • genocidecuttergenocidecutter Members Posts: 17,825 ✭✭✭✭✭
    edited June 2012
    20. Beer Money Inc
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    Comboy James Strom and Robert Roode. James Storm and Robert Roode had teamed up on several occasions over the years following the end of their alliances in America's Most Wanted and Team Canada respectively, but it wasn't until the second quarter of 2008 that they started to become a regular tag team. On the June 12, 2008 episode of TNA's primary television program, TNA Impact!, Storm and Roode challenged The Latin American Xchange (LAX) (Homicide and Hernandez) for the TNA World Tag Team Championship. Storm and Roode were successful in winning the match following a superkick from Storm, which he named the Last Call, to Hernandez with a leather-belt wrapped around his boot. LAX's manager, Hector Guerrero, was at ringside and informed the referee about what happened and the match was restarted. LAX ended up retaining the titles after the restart.
    In 2009 they began the Off the Wagon Challenge where any tag team could challenge them for the title but, they lost they would be fire. Beer Money retained everytime. later that year at Lockdown, Beer Money lost the TNA World Tag Team titles to Team 3D in a match where Team 3D's IWGP Tag Team titles were also on the line. In 2010 they would join Fortune and they would go on to feud with EV 2.0 for rest of the year. They would win their the World tag team titles once more in 2011 vs MCMG and go to become the longest reigning champs in the history of TNA. Today Robert Roode the TNA world Heavyweight champion(longest reigning as well).


  • dalyricalbanditdalyricalbandit Co-Owner Of AllhipHop.com, Super Moderator, Administrator, Moderator Members, Moderators Posts: 67,918 Regulator
    MrSoutCity wrote: »
    Nasty boys @ #25























    🤬 your list

    all i could say was WTF nasty boys at 21?
  • genocidecuttergenocidecutter Members Posts: 17,825 ✭✭✭✭✭
    edited June 2012
    19. Kings of Wrestling(Chris Hero and Claudio Castagnoli)
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    The team first began in 2005 in the finals of Chikara's Tag World Grand Prix 2005, when Chris Hero turned on his Super Friends partner Mike Quackenbush and joined Claudio Castagnoli and Arik Cannon. Hero and Claudio also began teaming together in CZW and even winning the CZW World Tag Team Championship from The Tough Crazy 🤬 , Necro Butcher and Toby Klein. In late 2005, Chris Hero began a war with Ring of Honor. Castagnoli, who was a member of the ROH roster at the time, said he would be loyal to ROH despite his relationship with Hero. However, at the 100th Show during a CZW vs. ROH six man tag team match, Castagnoli came to the ring and turned on ROH, helping CZW win the match, and uniting with Hero for the first time in ROH. They went on to team together as the Kings of Wrestling to face and defeat B.J. Whitmer and Adam Pearce at How We Roll On July 15, 2006, at Death Before Dishonor 4 Team ROH (Samoa Joe, B.J. Whitmer, Adam Pearce, Ace Steel, and Bryan Danielson (later replaced by Homicide) defeated Team CZW (Hero, Castagnoli, Necro Butcher, Nate Webb and Eddie Kingston) in a Cage of Death match to end the feud. The two would remain a team until Hero left 2007. 2 years later
    On December 19, 2009, at Final Battle 2009, Ring of Honor's first live pay-per-view, the Kings of Wrestling reunited as Hero and Castagnoli attacked the new ROH World Tag Team Champions, the Briscoe Brothers. In 2010 they won the ROH World Tag Team Championship for the second time defeating the Briscoes Brothers. They would also when the JCW tag team titles as well. On January 4, 2011, Hero and Castagnoli became the longest reigning ROH World Tag Team Champions by breaking the previous record of 275 days, set by the Briscoe Brothers. On April 1 at Honor Takes Center Stage, the Kings of Wrestling lost the ROH World Tag Team Championship to Wrestling's Greatest Tag Team (Charlie Haas and Shelton Benjamin), ending their reign at 363 days. The Kings' last appearance in Ring of Honor was on the first episode of Ring of Honor Wrestling after it moved to the Sinclair Broadcast Group. They tried to reclaim their championship from Wrestling's Greatest Tag Team but were unsuccessful. Today Claudio is on smackdown as Antonio Cesaro and Chirs Hero is in FCW as Kassius Ohno( The WWE needs to wise the 🤬 up and bring him to the main roster along with Seth Rollings)



  • genocidecuttergenocidecutter Members Posts: 17,825 ✭✭✭✭✭
    MrSoutCity wrote: »
    Nasty boys @ #25
























    🤬 your list

    all i could say was WTF nasty boys at 21?


    You'll see why their 25 when Im done with my list
  • genocidecuttergenocidecutter Members Posts: 17,825 ✭✭✭✭✭
    edited June 2012
    18. Lax
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    One of the greatest Tag Teams TNA has ever had. The group achieved initial success as a stable consisting of Konnan, Homicide and Hernandez. Once Konnan left TNA they became a tag team. The original gimmick of LAX denounced the perceived repression of ethnic minorities by the NWA Championship Committee and TNA Management, with LAX's response as a group of militant street thugs. After becoming heroes, the group continued to stand as proud street Latin Americans, but dropped its militant focus. The group started when Konnan attacked Kip and B.G James. They would go own to feud with the James gang. LAX were next involved in an angle where they refused to wrestle, claiming that Latinos were "discriminated" against in TNA. The storyline borrowed heavily from the current controversy surrounding illegal immigration. During this time Konnan established a "border" around the Spanish announcer area (where he provided Spanish commentary alongside Moody Jack Melendez) and denied entry to non-Latino individuals (they usually used the derogatory term 🤬 when referring to American wrestlers or non-Latino wrestlers in general). LAX often jumped any wrestler(s) who wander too close to the area. On the July 20 episode of Impact!, the NWA World Tag Team Champions A.J. Styles and Christopher Daniels made an open challenge in which they offered any team on the TNA roster a contract to face them for the titles, including LAX, who would then proceed to attack the champions, causing both of them to bleed, and then signed the contract with Daniels' blood. On the August 24 episode of Impact!, LAX would defeat Styles and Daniels in a Border Brawl to win the NWA World Tag Team Championship. In 2007 Konnan would leave TNA after a dispute backstage(he later sued them as well) leaving Homicide and Hernandez alone. They would later Salines as a manager. In 2007 the would also become faces go on to feud with Team 3D, Elix Skipper and Senshi(Im still at tna for making Elix a jobber) and Aj Styles and Tyson Tomko. The team would finally split in 2009 after a Feast or Fired" match. In 2010 Homocide asked and was granted a release from TNA. Hernadez would try(and fail miserably) at recreating LAX as Mexican American.



  • genocidecuttergenocidecutter Members Posts: 17,825 ✭✭✭✭✭
    17. The World's Greatest Tag Team
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    After wrestling a few dark the would debut as a tag team on December 26, 2002 on smackdown. The offered as a gift by Paul Heyman to Kurt Angle. They would engage in a feud with Edge and Benoit defeating them to become number one contenders for the WWE Tag Team Championship. The following week, on February 6, they won the WWE Tag Team Championship by defeating Los Guerreros. They continued their rivalry with Benoit, facing him and Brock Lesnar at No Way Out in a handicap match, where they teamed with their mentor Angle in a losing effort. They begin to have a losing streak until Kurt Angle kick them out of the group. Soon after the breakup, Benjamin and Haas referred to themselves as The World's Greatest Tag Team. They went on to recapture the WWE Tag Team Championship from Eddie Guerrero and Tajiri on July 3. Following their win, they competed against the teams of Rey Mysterio and Billy Kidman and The APA, before losing the championship to the reformed Los Guerreros team two months later on September 18. They would remain a tag team until March 22, 2004 when, during the Draft Lottery, Benjamin was drafted to the Raw brand. Charlie Hass would soon be released in 2005(along with countless others do to budget cuts) but, would resign in april of 2006 to compete on Raw. On April 17, 2006, Haas returned to WWE as part of the Raw brand, defeating his former tag team partner, Benjamin, the very same night. On the December 4 episode of Raw, after Benjamin pinned Super Crazy, Haas entered the ring, berated Crazy, and celebrated with a bewildered Benjamin. The next week, Benjamin announced The World's Greatest Tag Team was officially back in a segment with Cryme Tyme. They defeated The Highlanders in a match later that same night. They then started a scripted rivalry with Cryme Tyme, but were largely unsuccessful, including a tag team turmoil match at New Year's Revolution.They finally pinned Cryme Tyme, however, ending their undefeated streak, on the January 29, 2007 episode of Raw. The two would continue tagging with one another until they were bot released in 2010. Later in 2010 they would sign with Ring of Honor and change their names to Wrestling's Greatest Tag Team. They would quickly be pushed as top talent and on april 1, at Honor Takes Center Stage Night One, Haas and Benjamin defeated the Kings of Wrestling to win the ROH World Tag Team Championship.

    http://www.dailymotion.com/video/x620qo_rey-mysterio-kidman-vs-world-s-grea_sport
  • MrSoutCityMrSoutCity Members Posts: 2,709 ✭✭✭✭✭
    MrSoutCity wrote: »
    Nasty boys @ #25

























    🤬 your list

    all i could say was WTF nasty boys at 21?


    You'll see why their 25 when Im done with my list

    I don't see why the hell they are 25 and you are not even done with the list.
  • genocidecuttergenocidecutter Members Posts: 17,825 ✭✭✭✭✭
    edited June 2012
    MrSoutCity wrote: »
    MrSoutCity wrote: »
    Nasty boys @ #25

























    🤬 your list

    all i could say was WTF nasty boys at 21?


    You'll see why their 25 when Im done with my list

    I don't see why the hell they are 25 and you are not even done with the list.

    You'll see why soon don't worry
  • genocidecuttergenocidecutter Members Posts: 17,825 ✭✭✭✭✭
    edited June 2012
    16. The Hollywood Blonds
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    In late 1992, the recently heel turned Brian Pillman had been teaming with another recently-turned-heel in Barry Windham, but when Windham was groomed for a singles push and a run with the NWA World Heavyweight Championship, the WCW bookers put Steve Austin together with Brian Pillman since management didn’t have any other immediate plans for Austin. Though only lasting one year they became one of the most popular tag teams in the history of WCW. They came up with ideal of the hollywood blondes along with Raven. After winning a match, Pillman or Austin would arrogantly state that “Your brush with greatness is over” to further annoy the fans. On July 18, at WCW’s Beach Blast 1993, Roma and Anderson were beaten by the Blonds who cheated to retain their titles. Not long after Beach Blast, Pillman injured his ankle and was unable to compete at a scheduled title match at Clash of Champions XXIV. However, due to WCW taping policies, Arn Anderson and Paul Roma had already been taped as the World Tag Team champions so the title change had to happen despite Pillman being injured. Austin teamed with ”Lord” Steven Regal at the Clash where they dropped the gold to Roma and Anderson. As soon as the Blonds dropped the titles, the team was split up. Austin and Pillman both claimed that it was for political reasons. They would breifly form team again in the WWF in 1996 however as Stone Cold Steve Austin and "Loose Cannon" Brian Pillman. A year later Brian Pillman would pass away.



  • genocidecuttergenocidecutter Members Posts: 17,825 ✭✭✭✭✭
    edited June 2012
    15.The British Bulldogs
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    In the 1970s, Dynamite Kid and Davey Boy Smith both began their careers in England, teaming up because of their family relations. The two were soon invited to join Stampede Wrestling by talent scout Bruce Hart. During their time in Stampede, Dynamite and Davey Boy began a heated feud as Dynamite provoked Smith by saying he was a test-tube baby. The Dynamite / Davey Boy feud would continue in New Japan Pro Wrestling, where they became involved in a three way feud that also involved The Cobra over the NWA World Junior Heavyweight Championship. In 1984, Vince McMahon bought out Stampede Wrestling. The buyout meant that the British Bulldogs joined the World Wrestling Federation along with Smith’s brother-in-law Bret Hart and Jim Neidhart (The Hart Foundation). Initially the Bulldogs still toured with AJPW, but soon after they became WWF-exclusive. They would first feud with the Hart Foundation. The Bulldogs wrestled Valentine and Beefcake for close to a year, coming close to but never winning the tag titles. The stage was set for a "final" tag title match at WrestleMania 2. With "Captain" Lou Albano and Ozzy Osbourne in their corner, the duo won the WWF World Tag-Team titles. This would be the only time the would win the tag team titles. After leaving the WWF, the Bulldogs returned to their old “home” in Stampede Wrestling and also resumed touring with All Japan Pro Wrestling, where they had moderate success as a tag team, but it was not as magical seeing these two wrestle there, as years of steroid abuse made them too large, physique-wise, and Dynamite Kid’s back injury from years prior had made his previously exciting moveset more limited. Dynamite Kid would retire from wrestling all together in 1991. In 2002 Davey Boy Smith would pass away and Dynamite is now comfined to wheel chair due to his injuries.




  • genocidecuttergenocidecutter Members Posts: 17,825 ✭✭✭✭✭
    14. Harlem Heat
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    Booker T and Stevie Ray started to team together as The Huffman Brothers in Ivan Putski's Western Wrestling Alliance after a brief feud with each other. Soon after, the WWA ceased operating and the brothers started touring the Texas Independent circuit until they caught the eye of Skandor Akbar who was involved with the Global Wrestling Federation out of Dallas in 1992. They would leave GWF(And awful promotion BTW) and sign WCW in 1993. Originally, they were supposed to be a pair of wrestling prisoners won in a card game by manager Col. Rob Parker, but was changed due to racial sensitivity based on their look, coming out to the ring in wrist and foot shackles.
    Sister Sherri began managing the team in 1994 and changed their names back to Booker T and Stevie Ray, at their request. By the end of 1994, they were already Tag Team Champions, having defeated Stars 'n' Stripes (The Patriot and Marcus Alexander Bagwell) in December, en route to a five-month title reign. They would go on win the tag team titles a record of ten times in WCW. By mid 1999, Booker was able to convince his brother to leave the nWo and reunited Harlem Heat once more. The two defeated Bam Bam Bigelow and Kanyon for the WCW World Tag Team titles at the 1999 Road Wild[12] but lost them to Barry and Kendall Windham. Harlem Heat would defeat them about a month later at the 1999 Fall Brawl for the WCW World Tag Team titles. In the 2000 they would reform and take on Big T(Fat Ahmed Johnson). Stevie Ray would retire soon after and become a commentator. In 2005 they would open Ray Pro Wrestling Academy. After only two of training from the Academy The Boogeyman would be rehired by the WWE after being fired for lack of skills.


  • VIBEVIBE Members Posts: 54,384 ✭✭✭✭✭
    Damn, impressed so far. There's a lot not mentioned and I'm anticipating who the top 5 are.
  • MrSoutCityMrSoutCity Members Posts: 2,709 ✭✭✭✭✭
    If ICP makes this list imma 🤬 🤬 TS.
  • DOPEdweebzDOPEdweebz What title? www.facebook.com/DOPEdweebzMembers, Moderators, Writer Posts: 29,364 Regulator
    Genocide is my 🤬 for these types of threads.
  • deemula420deemula420 Members Posts: 1,775 ✭✭✭✭✭
    How the harlem heat aint got top 10? good thread tho interested in seeing the rest of your list
  • BK ProductBK Product Members Posts: 1,923 ✭✭✭✭✭
    where's the rest of the list 🤬 ??
  • genocidecuttergenocidecutter Members Posts: 17,825 ✭✭✭✭✭
    BK Product wrote: »
    where's the rest of the list 🤬 ??

    Its comming don't worry
  • genocidecuttergenocidecutter Members Posts: 17,825 ✭✭✭✭✭
    13. The Rockers
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    Marty Jannetty and Shawn Michaels first met and struck up a friendship when they both competed for the Central States Wrestling territory in Kansas City in 1985. After the team of Jannetty and Brown broke up Michaels and Jannetty started teaming up, although they were not given a team name. They would wrestle in various independent companys until Jannetty and Michaels were contacted by WWF owner Vince McMahon informing them that he was willing to bring them back if they were able to be more professional this time round By the end of May the team was working for the WWF under the shortened name The Rockers. They officially made their television debut on the June 18, 1988 edition of WWF Superstars of Wrestling in a squash match. The would be voted tag team of the year a year later after their debut.
    By current WWE records, The Rockers never officially held the WWF Tag Team Championship but on October 30, 1990 Jannetty and Michaels did actually defeat the reigning champions The Hart Foundation in a two out of three falls match in Fort Wayne, Indiana to seemingly win the title. The WWE (WWF) has never officially recognized The Rockers' champion status. During the match the top rope broke by accident making the match a disjointed affair that would require serious clean up before it could be shown on TV. The Rockers defended the WWF Tag Team title against Power and Glory (Paul Roma and Hercules) on November 3, 1990. Shortly after November 3 it was decided to not air the title change and that the title would revert to the Hart Foundation. In his book Michaels claims that the Hart Foundation had politicked to keep the title. Michaels claim is contradicted by other claims that the WWF had actually fired Jim Neidhart forcing the title change but after the match the two sides came to an agreement and Neidhart was brought back. Whatever the reason the Rockers were never officially credited with a title win but footage from the match was shown prior to Jannetty’s WWF return in 1995. The match can be seen in its entirety on the DVD The Shawn Michaels Story: Heartbreak & Triumph. Because it never aired, the match was not clipped and thus is shown in full with no commentary; the only edit being after the second fall when a ring crew arrived to reattach the broken rope. They would split in 1991 and Shawn Micheals would go on to become a huge star while Marty ugh well yeah. They reunite again in 2005 but, Marty would quickly be released again.




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