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10 Dream Tag Team Matches

May is Tag Team Appreciation Month at Wrestling Merchandise and Memories, with dozens of unique articles, and a daily Tag Team Spotlight!

What follows below is a look at 10 tag team matches that never happened for a variety of reasons (including timing), but would have been awesome to watch if they were possible. Hover over each image to see our description of what may happen in the bout.

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The Steiner Brothers vs. The Usos

Two of the greatest tag teams of all time also happen to pairs of legitimate brothers. If their prime wrestling careers had overlapped, it could have set up one of the most epic feuds of all time.

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The Road Warriors vs. The Dudley Boyz

Both teams are in the conversation of being both the greatest and the most celebrated teams of all time, have conquered multiple promotions and territories during their day. In addition, neither team would be afraid of a hard-hitting, no holds barred type match if the situation called for it.

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The British Bulldogs vs. The Lucha Bros

Both The British Bulldogs (no relation to yours truly) and The Lucha Bros imported their local style of wrestling and experienced mainstream success. This would be a high-flying and innovative match, with The Bulldogs having a power advantage, while The Lucha Bros would have the aerial advantage.

10 Dream Tag Team Matches

Edge & Christian vs. Harlem Heat

As two of the top teams of the late 1990s/early 2000s, Edge & Christian vs. Harlem Heat could have happened while both two duos were still in their prime... only one team was in the WWF, while the other was in WCW.

10 Dream Tag Team Matches

The APA vs. Beer Money

Book this match to take place in a bar (or some similar streetfight-esque setting), and you'd have a classic on your hands. The APA probably weren't the top team of the Attitude Era, but they'd have been right at home brawling with Bobby Roode and James Storm of Beer Money.

10 Dream Tag Team Matches

Demolition vs. The New Day

Not only are Demolition and The New Day both known for their record-setting resigns as tag team champions, but they're two of the only teams that also operated just as successfully while as trios. So whether it's Ax and Smash vs. Kofi Kingston and Xavier Woods, or if they added Crush and Big E into the mix.... it would definitely be a big matchup.

10 Dream Tag Team Matches

The Brain Busters vs. FTR

Fun fact: When we interviewed Tully Blanchard in 2017, we asked for his thoughts on The Revival (now known as FTR) - he hadn't heard of them. Just a few years later, he became their manager in AEW.... and it's easy to see why. Wheeler and Harwood are very similar in the ring to the team of Blanchard and Arn Anderson, and a match between the four would have been a clinic.

10 Dream Tag Team Matches

The Mega Powers vs. D-Generation X

What The Mega Powers were to professional wrestling in the late-1980s is what D-Generation X were about a decade later. Both super-teams were made up of two top singles stars, and both duos were more than ready for the main event... if they didn't turn on their respective partners, first!

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The Rock 'n' Roll Express vs. The Young Bucks

Both teams in this match are known for dominating the tag team division of their respecting eras, while also influencing future waves of tag team wrestlers. While Morton and Gibson may receive more sympathy, The EVPs are often able to cme out on top in big-match settings.

10 Dream Tag Team Matches

The Rockers vs. The Hardy Boyz

Separated as a team by about a decade, The Rockers vs. The Hardy Boyz would have been the ultimate battle in tag team wrestling, with four tag team specialists dazzling the fans with high-flying moves and crazy double-team maneuvers.

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