Before I reveal the Best Tag Team of All Time, let's some of the great tag teams that unfortunately didn't quite make the cut of Top Ten. Unfortunately not all great teams can make the list of Ten Best, but there are several more teams that are great teams and should be recognized for their accomplishments
They grew up as childhood friends-- even if they were depicted as brothers early in their careers. Adam Copeland, better known as Edge, and William James Reso , Christian, would go on to form one of the greatest tag teams in professional wrestling history
We have now gone through seven days of the 2014 World Cup, and all the groups have played at least once. For Groups A and B, they have played twice now. Two teams have now clinched spots into the Round of 16, while three teams have officially been eliminated from the tournament with one game left to play
The day began with Germany demolishing Portugal 4-0. It continued with the tournament's first tie game-- and only scoreless match. It ended with Team USA exorcising their demons of the last two World Cups, in Ghana
After four days of the 2014 FIFA World Cup, we have witnessed and learned quite a few things. We have learned that while full of talent, Brazil has yet to begin playing like a team. They were lucky to have scored the victory over Croatia
The Dudley Boyz-- Bubba Ray (Mark LoMonaco) and D-Von (Devon Hughes)-- have amassed the most Tag Team Championships in all of professional wrestling with 23 titles reigns in total. They are the only tag team to hold the tag team titles in WWF/E, TNA, NWA, ECW, WCW, and IWGP
We now find ourselves in the final two days of the 2014 World Cup. On July 12, we have the Third Place match between the hosts Brazil and the surprising Belgium. On July 13, we close out the tournament with the Championship match pitting Germany and Uruguay
As the World Cup begins to unwind, we are now in July and entering the final phase of the tournament. The semifinals will find itself with a five-time champion (Brazil), a three-time champion (Germany), a two-time champion (Uruguay), and Belgium
As we head into the quarterfinal round of the 2014 World Cup, we find ourselves with seven nations that have won it all and tiny Belgium looking to win their first. Each selection comes loaded with plenty of weapons, so the difference in each match-up might be the defenses and who might be missing key players due to a red card (accumulation of yellow cards from the group stage is reset at the start of the knockout phase)
Now that we broken down and picked how each of the eight groups will turnout to fill out the round of 16, we begin by breaking down each match-up and selecting what eight teams will move on to the quarterfinals of Brazil 2014
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