24. Los Guerreros
The Guerrero family has wrestling in their blood, and this tandem featured two of the top members in the lineage. Eddie and Chavo were excellent workers — able to seamlessly shift between baby faces and despicable heels. Riding into matches in a low-rider convertible made them that much cooler. No matter how much they “lied, cheated, and stole,” you couldn’t help but love this great team.
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23. Kings of Wrestling
Before both starring in the WWE, Cesaro and Kassius Ohno ran the independent circuit together as the Kings of Wrestling. Back when they were known as Claudio Castagnoli and Chris Hero, the talented twosome captured tag team gold in ROH and Chikara. Their dynamic offensive attack — coupled with their elite athleticism and size — earned them a Tag Team of the Year award in 2010 by Wrestling Observer Newsletter. Fans of the tag team can still hold out hope that these two cross paths again during their WWE careers.
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22. The Rockers
The Rockers may go down as the greatest WWE tag team to have never won the championship titles. Their quick, fast-paced style was a welcomed change during an era of wrestling in which fans were used to seeing big, bruising power lifters. When Michaels and Janetty debuted with their high-flying style around the ring, they instantly became crowd favorites. Their eventual break-up was unforgettable, and sprouted one of the greatest singles careers in pro wrestling history.
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