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Characters: WWE Tag Teams
Lists the notable Tag Team wrestlers throughout the history of the WWWF/WWF/WWE. Please limit associated tropes to that wrestler's time in WWE.


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     Teams from the WWWF Era (1963-1984) 

The Blackjacks - 1975

Blackjack Mulligan (Robert Deroy Windham) 1971, 1975, 1982, 1985–1987

Blackjack Lanza (John "Jack" Lanza) 1975

Graham and Tyler - 1971

Luke Graham (James Grady Johnson) 1964–1965,1966–1969,1971–1972,1978

Tarzan Tyler (Camille Tourville) 1965–1966,1971–1972

The Moondogs

Moondog King (Edward J. "Ed" White) 1980–1981

Moondog Rex (Randy Colley) 1980-1987

Moondog Spot (Larry Booker) 1981–1985

Parisi and Cerdan 1975-1976

Tony Parisi (Antonio Pugliese) 1966–1969,1975–1976,1982,1985

Louis Cerdan (Louis Gino Acocella) 1964–1969,1975–1976,1982

The Valiant Brothers - 1974-1975, 1978-1980

Jimmy Valiant (James Harold Fanning) 1971-1972, 1973-1975, 1979

Johnny Valiant (Thomas Sullivan) 1969-1970, 1974-1975, 1979, 1985-1987

Jerry Valiant (John Steele Hill) 1979, 1984-1985

The Wild Samoans - 1980, 1982-1984

Afa (Arthur "Afa" Anoa'i) 1979-1980, 1982-1984, 1992-1995

Sika (Leati "Sika" Anoa'i) 1979-1980, 1982-1984, 1986-1988

     Teams from the Rock 'N' Wrestling Era (1984-1993) 

The Bolsheviks - 1987-1990

Nikolai Volkoff (Josip Nikolai Peruzović) 1968, 1970-1971, 1974, 1976-1977, 1979, 1984-1990, 1991-1992, 1994-1995

Boris Zhukov (James Darrell) 1987-1991

The Beverly Brothers - 1991-1993

Blake Beverly (Michael "Mike” Enos) 1991-1993

Beau Beverly (Wayne Bloom) 1991-1993

The Brain Busters - 1988-1989

Arn Anderson (Martin Anthony Lunde) 1988-1989, 2002-

Tully Blanchard (Tully Arthur Blanchard) 1988-1989, 2006

The Bushwhackers- 1988-1996, 2001

Bushwhacker Luke Williams (Brian Wickens) 1988-1996, 2001

Bushwhacker Butch Miller (Robert Miller) 1988-1996, 2001

Demolition - 1987-1991

Ax (Bill Eadie) 1973, 1983-1984, 1986-1990

Smash I (Randy Colley) 1980-1987

Smash II (Barry Darsow) 1987-1993, 2001, 2007

Crush (Brian Keith Adams) 1990-1995, 1996-1997, 2001

The Funks - 1985-1987

Terry Funk (Terrence Funk) 1972-1973, 1985-1986, 1997-1998, 2006

Dory "Hoss" Funk (Dory Ernest Funk, Jr.) 1986,1996, 1998-1999, 2006

Jimmy Jack Funk (Ferrin Charles Barr, Jr.) 1985-1987

  • Badass Grandpa / Cool Old Guy / Ring Oldies: Terry, who is still wrestling, well into his 60s.
  • Chainsaw GOOD: Terry Funk as Chainsaw Charlie
  • Garbage Wrestler: Terry especially in the 1990s.
  • I Have Many Names: Dory just went by "Hoss Funk" at first, then by his real name in the 1996 Royal Rumble, Terry briefly used "Chainsaw Charlie" when teaming up with Cactus Jack (Jack would lampshade this in a promo, saying, "If a legend like Terry Funk wants to run around with pantyhose on his head calling himself Chainsaw Charlie, that's his business!").
  • Red Baron: Terry's nickname during his first WWF stint in 1985-1986 was "Terrible".
  • Underwear of Power
  • Unrelated Brothers: Jimmy Jack to Terry and Hoss.
  • Wrestling Family: Obviously Terry and Dory, but Ferrin (Jimmy Jack) is the son to wrestler and promoter, Sandy Barr and older brother to WCW and AAA wrestler Art Barr.

The Legion of Doom/The Road Warriors - 1990-1992, 1997-1999, 2003, 2005-2006

Hawk (Michael James Hegstrand) 1990-1992, 1997-1999, 2003

Animal (Joseph Aaron "Joe" Laurinaitis) 1990-1992, 1997-1999, 2003, 2005-2006

Puke / Droz (Darren Drozdov) 1998-1999

Heidenreich (Jon Heidenreich) 2003-2006

The Nasty Boys - 1990-1993

Brian Knobbs (Brian Yandrisovitz) 1990–1993

Jerry Sags (Jerry Sagonovich) 1990–1993

The Natural Disasters - 1991-1993

Earthquake (John Anthony Tenta) 1989–1993, 1994, 1998–1999, 2001

Typhoon (Fred Ottman) 1989–1993, 1994, 2001

The Orient Express - 1990-1992

Sato (佐藤 昭雄, Sato Akio) 1990–1991, 1995

Tanaka (Pat Tanaka) 1990–1992, 1993-1994

Kato (Thomas "Tom" Boric) 1990–1993

Power and Glory - 1990-1991

Hercules (Raymond Fernandez) 1985-1992

Paul Roma (Paul Centopani) 1985-1991

     Teams from the New Generation Era (1993-1997) 

The Bodydonnas 1996

Skip (Chris Candido) 1995-1996

Zip (Thomas Prichard) 1993-2004

The Godwinns/Southern Justice 1996-1998

Henry O. Godwinn (Mark Canterbury) 1995-1998

Phineas I. Godwinn/Mideon (Dennis Knight) 1996-2000

The Headbangers - 1996-1999, 2000

Mosh (Charles "Chaz" Warrington) 1996–2001

Thrasher (Glenn Ruth) 1991–1993, 1996–2000

The Heavenly Bodies - 1993-1995

Tom Prichard (Thomas Prichard) 1993-2004

Jimmy Del Ray (David Ferrier) 1993-1995

The Rock N Roll Express

Ricky Morton (Richard Morton) 1993-1994, 1998

Robert Gibson (Ruben Cain) 1993-1994, 1998

The Steiner Brothers - 1992–1994

Rick Steiner (Robert Rechsteiner) 1992–1994

Scott Steiner (Scott Carl Rechsteiner) 1992–1994, 2002–2004

Tekno Team 2000 - 1995-1996

Troy (Erik Watts) 1995-1996

Travis (Chad Fortune) 1995-1996

Well Dunn - 1993-1995

Timothy Well (Timothy Smith) 1993-1995

Steven Dunn (Steve Doll) 1993-1995

     Teams from the Attitude Era (1997-2001) 

Los Boricuas 1997-1998

Savio Vega (Juan Riviera) 1994-1998

Miguel Pérez (Jose Miguel Pérez, Jr.) 1997-1999

Jose Estrada (Jose Estrada, Jr.) 1997-1999

Jesús Castillo (Jesús Daniel Castillo Ortiz, Jr.) 1997-1999

The Disciples of Apocalypse - 1997-1999

Crush (Brian Keith Adams) 1990-1995, 1996-1997, 2001

Chainz (Brian Lee Harris) 1994, 1997-1998

Skull (Donald "Don" Harris) 1995-1996, 1996-1999

8-Ball (Ronald "Ron" Harris) 1995-1996, 1996-1999

The Dudley Boys - 1999-2005

Bubba Ray Dudley (Mark S. LoMonaco) 1999-2005

D-Von Dudley (Devon E. Hughes) 1999-2005

The New Age Outlaws - 1997-2000

"The Road Dogg" Jesse James (Brian Gerard "B.G." James) 1994-2001, 2011-

"Bad Ass" Billy Gunn (Monty "Kip" Sopp) 1993-2004, 2012-

  • Badass Crew
  • Badass Mustache: Billy Gunn, from 1993 to 1995, when he was in the Smoking Gunns.
  • Breakup Breakout: Billy who wins one more Hardcore title, two more Tag Team titles (with Chuck Palumbo) and lasts two more years after the Road Dogg's gone. Also applies to him and Bart Gunn as well.
  • Camp Straight: Billy Gunn
  • Catch Phrase: "YOUR ASS BETTER CAAAAAAAAALLLL SOMEBODY!"
  • Chronic Backstabbing Disorder:
    • Roadie revealing that he, not Jeff Jarrett, had "sung" "With My Baby Tonight"
    • The team formed after Flash Funk had defeated Rockabilly on Shotgun Saturday Night and the renamed Road Dogg had convinced Rockabilly to leave the Honky Tonk Man and team with him. Rockabilly agreed, nailing HTM with his guitar.
  • "Do It Yourself" Theme Tune: "Oh, you didn't know?"
  • Jerkasses
  • Nice Hat: Both of them, when Billy was in the Smoking Gunns, and when Dogg was "The Real Double J" Jesse James.
  • Odd Couple: One was a showman-esque wrestler and member of an illustrious wrestling family who wore street clothes to the ring and had a voice of velvet. The other had an unrelated brother who is a power wrestler who wore just wrestling shorts and boots and had average mic skills.
  • Red Baron: The Road Dogg had "Roadie", "The Real Double J", and "Road Dogg", Billy had "Rockabilly", "Bad Ass", "Mr. Ass", and "The One"
  • Underwear of Power: Billy Gunn.
  • Unrelated Brothers: Billy Gunn with Bart Gunn.
  • Wrestling Doesn't Pay: Before teaming with each other, James was Jeff Jarrett's roadie, and Gunn was a cowboy with his "brother" in The Smoking Guns.
  • Wrestling Family: Road Dogg is a member of the Armstrong wrestling family.

The Public Enemy - 1999

Johnny Grunge (Michael Durham) - 1999

"Flyboy" Rocco (Theodore James "Ted" Petty) - 1999

Too Much / Too Cool - 1998-2001, 2014

Brian Christopher/Grand Master Sexay (Brian Lawler) 1997–2001, 2004, 2011, 2014

Scott Taylor / Scotty 2 Hotty (Scott Ronald Garland) 1991-2007, 2014

     Teams from the In Vasion (2001) 

Palumbo and O'Haire - 2001

Chuck Palumbo (Charles Palumbo) 2001-2004, 2007-2008

Sean O'Haire (Sean Christopher O'Haire) 2001-2003

     Teams from the Brand Extension Era (2002-2011) 

Basham Brothers - 2003-2005, 2006-2007

Doug Basham (Lyle Douglas "Doug" Basham, Jr.) 2002-2007

Danny Basham (Daniel R. "Danny" Holle) 2003-2007

Cade and Murdoch - 2005-2007

Lance Cade (Lance Kurtis McNaught) 2003-2008

Trevor Murdoch (William Theodore Mueller) 2005-2008

Cryme Tyme - 2006-2007, 2008-2010

JTG (Jason Anthony Paul) 2006-2007, 2008-2014

Shad Gaspard (Shad Chad Javier Romane Chittick Gaspard) 2006-2007, 2008-2010

Deuce 'n Domino - 2007-2008

Deuce (James William Reiher, Jr.) 2007-2009

Domino (Clifford "Cliff" Compton) 2007-2008

The Dicks - 2005-2006

Chad Dick (Charles "Chad" Wicks) 2004-2006

James Dick (John Michael Toland) 2003-2006

Jesse and Festus - 2007–2009

Jesse/Slam Master J (Ray Gordy) 2005-2010

Festus/Luke Gallows (Drew Hankinson) 2006-2010

  • Bald of Awesome: Luke Gallows.
  • Bald of Evil: Luke Gallows.
  • Braids of Action: Slam Master J, copying Cryme Tyme.
  • Breakup Breakout: While both Jesse & Festus appeared on TV long after they broke up, Luke Gallows got a lot more TV time than Slam Master J, due to his association with CM Punk's Straight Edge Society.
  • The Brute: Again, Luke Gallows.
  • Costume Copycat: In 2006, Hankinson was the masked Kane who briefly tormented the real one.
  • Crouching Moron, Hidden Badass: Festus would be catatonic most of the time, staring blankly into space with his tongue hanging out while Jesse dragged him around. But when the bell rang, Festus would wake up and kick some ass until that very same bell rang again to send him back into his gentle state.
  • Drugs Are Bad: We found out later that Luke Gallows was Festus, and his far off look was because of a drug addiction.
  • Expy: With his similar tights and moveset, Jesse was one to Rob Van Dam of all people.
  • Gentle Giant: Festus
  • Mistreatment-Induced Betrayal: After Luke had enough of CM Punk's bullshit left the Straight Edge Society.
  • Pretty Fly for a White Guy: Jesse, as Slam Master J
  • Put on a Bus: Slam Master J got released and then retired extraoficially from wrestling to work as a policeman. He is one of the few wrestling examples who is actually gone for good.
  • The Rainman: Festus, later we find out this was due to a drug addiction. Once he kicked the habit he returned to normal as Luke Gallows.
  • Red Baron: "Corn Fed Colossus" for Festus.
  • The Smart Guy: Jesse
  • Unrelated Brothers: They were originally going to be brothers with their surname being "Dalton".
  • Wrestling Family: Jesse is the son of the late great Terry Gordy.

La Résistance - 2003-2005

René Dupree (René Goguen) 2002–2007

Sylvain Grenier 2002–2007

Robert Conway (Robert Thomas "Rob" Conway) 2000–2007

  • Cheap Heat: They ran on this trope. On the April 14, 2003 Raw, there had been "The Great Debate" between Scott Steiner and Christopher Nowinski over the War in Iraq. Scott took the pro-war side, saying, "the Dixie Chicks can go to Hell, or France, same difference." The first vignette promoting La Résistance debuted on Raw two weeks later. They would sing the French national anthem. They interrupted Lillian Garcia's rendition of "America the Beautiful" on Memorial Day. It was basically created because of France's hostility to the War.
  • Distracted by the Sexy: Conway, when Miss Jackie Gayda flashed him, with her back to the camera, during his match with Rico on the January 26, 2004 Raw.
    • Dupree, when Stacy Keibler flashed her butt to him, with her face to the camera, during his match with Rico on the February 2, 2004 Raw.
  • The Fighting Narcissist: When Grenier was repackaged as a male model.
  • Foreign Wrestling Heel: Duprée and Grenier were, Conway was an American liaison.
  • Getting Crap Past the Radar: Duprée's dance was called the French tickler.
  • It Is Pronounced Ro-Bear: How Conway wanted people to pronounce his first name.
  • Jobber: After losing to Eugene and Jimmy Snuka at Taboo Tuesday 2005, Conway went on an 14-month losing streak, which ended with him losing to Jeff Hardy and getting fired by Vince McMahon on the New Year's 2007 edition of Raw.
  • Mascot: Rene's French poodle, named, of course, Fifi.
  • Misplaced Nationalism
  • Nice Hat: Their Berets
  • Patriotic Fervor
  • Power Stable: Until René became...The Pete Best.
  • Recycled IN FRANCE!: Conway's gimmick was basically the same as Barry Darsow's when he was Krusher Kruschchev, the traitorous American teammate for the Russians (Ivan and Nikita Koloff) in the NWA in the 1980s.
  • Underwear of Power: All three when the group split.

London And Kendrick - 2003-2004, 2005-2007

Paul London (Paul Michael London) 2003-2008

Brian Kendrick (Brian David "Spanky" Kendrick) 2002-2004, 2005-2009

Mexicools - 2005-2006

Super Crazy (Francisco Islas Rueda) 2005-2008

Psicosis (Dionicio Castellanos Torres) 2005-2006

Juventud (Eduardo Aníbal González Hernández) 2005-2006

The Spirit Squad - 2006

Kenny (Kenneth Lionel Doane) 2006-2008

Johnny (John "Johnny" Jeter) 2006

Mitch (Nicholas Cole "Nick" Mitchell) 2006

Nicky (Nicholas Theodore "Nick" Nemeth) 2005, 2006, 2008-

Mikey (Michael "Mike" S. Brendli) 2006

  • Arch-Enemy: D-Generation X
  • Breakup Breakout: after the disbandment; Nicky is the only one employed in WWE, as Dolph Ziggler. He has had a lot more success as Ziggler than he ever has as Nicky, having won the IC title and US Title one time respectively, and the World Heavyweight title twice, and remains the only member of the Spirit Squad with his own article on TV Tropes. Kenny had a short stint on Smackdown as Kenny Dykstra, but was released after a year. All the others was sent back to developmental, and then released.
  • Butt Monkeys
  • Jobbers
  • Plucky Comic Relief
  • Put on a Bus: Back to OVW, which at the time was the developmental system for WWE.
  • Shout-Out: Kenny Dykstra's last name was an homage to baseball player Lenny Dykstra.
    • One Steve Limit: His real last name "Doane" was too close to that of referee Jack Doan.
  • Quirky Mini Boss Squad: In the Vince McMahon vs. Shawn Michaels feud and the DX and McMahon feud..
  • Underestimating Badassery: Mainly because they were Male Cheerleaders, that no one took seriously.

The Usos - 2010-

Jey Uso (Joshua Fatu) 2010-

Jimmy Uso (Jonathan Fatu) 2010-

The World's Greatest Tag Team - 2002-2004, 2006-2007, 2009-2010

Charlie Haas (Charles "Charlie" Doyle Haas II) 2002-2005, 2006-2010

Shelton Benjamin (Shelton James Benjamin) 2000-2010

     Teams from the WWE, Inc. Era (2011-2014) 

The Prime Time Players - 2012-2014

Titus O'Neil (Thaddeus Michael Bullard) 2010-

Darren Young (Fred Rosser) 2010-

Primo and Epico - 2011-/Los Matadores- Fernando and Diego

Primo (Edwin "Eddie" Carlos Colón) 2008-

Epico (Orlando Colón) 2011-

  • Annoying Older Sibling: How Primo views his brother Carlito.
  • Artistic License – Geography: They are Puerto Ricans playing Mexican matadores.
  • Backstabber: Their Finishing Move.
  • Be Careful What You Wish For: They were complaining about not getting enough TV time as Champs. The next match they had on TV was the one where they lost the belts.
  • Braids of Action: Epico
  • Expy:
    • The Colons, obviously. They just switched out Carlito for Epico and added Rosa as a valet.
    • Now, of Tito Santana's "El Matador" gimmick.
  • Cool Masks: As Los Matadores.
  • Foreign Wrestling Heel: Averted. Even as heels, they're heels that happen to be Puerto Rican, not because they're Puerto Rican. And now they're faces, so this trope no longer applies.
  • Four Is Death: When the team of Epico, Primo, & Rosa originally formed, they shot straight to the top of the revived tag team division, winning the tag titles in short order. However, they later lost the titles, and once they were signed to AW's agency in an attempt to regain their mojo (making their stable number four members), things only went downhill from there.
  • Latin Lover: Primo
  • Mascot: El Torito
  • Meaningful Name: Didn't make much sense when he was teaming with Carlito, but "Primo" is Spanish for "cousin", so in the way the name of their team reads: "Epico & Cousin." Oh, and Rosa.
  • Nerds Are Sexy: Primo was once in a relationship with uber-nerd AJ Lee.
  • Offscreen Moment of Awesome: Subverted. Won the Tag Team Championships at a live event, but the replay was shown on the following televised show, explaining what had happened.
  • Real Life Writes the Plot: Epico & Primo won the titles when they did and the way they did (see Offscreen Moment of Awesome above) because Evan Bourne (who was one half of the champions along with Kofi Kingston) got suspended for a second Wellness Violation. Ironically, they would later lose the titles back to Kofi, who found a new partner in R-Truth, who had just returned from a Wellness Vacation stemming from the exact same incident where Evan Bourne got busted.
  • Sibling Team: Despite annoying him, teaming with his brother was a dream of Primo's and they were the first Unified Tag Team Champions.
  • Sibling Triangle: Primo and Carlito to Brie Bella.
  • Spicy Latina: Ever since beginning to manage Epico & Primo, Rosa's been playing this up for all it's worth.
  • Two Guys and a Girl: With Rosa Mendes.
  • Villain Team-Up: Epico was with Hunico at first. He's now tagging with his cousin Primo.
  • What Happened to the Mouse?: Epico and Primo lost their championships to Kofi Kingston and R-Truth. In almost all cases where a competitor drops a title, they have a rematch clause. They're still yet to invoke it even several weeks later. This was later brought up at No Way Out; AW allowed their rematch clause to expire with him never telling them to use the clause, presumably on purpose, as later that night during a Four Way Match for the #1 contendership to the tag team titles he turned on Epico and Primo to side with the Primetime Players (Titus O'Neil and Darren Young).
  • Wrestling Family: The two are Real Life cousins from one of the well known Puerto Rican wrestling families - also add Carlos, Jr. (Primo's brother, known as Carlito in the WWE), Carlos Sr. (Carlito and Primo's father) as well.

The Shield - 2012-2014

Dean Ambrose (Jonathan Good) 2012-

Roman Reigns (Joe Anoa'i) 2012-

Seth Rollins (Colby Lopez) 2012-

The Wyatt Family - 2013-

Luke Harper (Jon Huber) 2013-

Erick Rowan (Joseph Ruud) 2013-

Bray Wyatt (Windham Rotunda) 2010-2011, 2013-

     Teams from the Reality Era (2014-Present) 

     Other Notable Tag Team Wrestlers 

The WWWF Era (1963-1984)

Spiros Arion (Andres Labrakis) 1966-1975, 1977-1978

Dominic DeNucci 1967-1972, 1974-1982

Tony Garea (Anthony Garcia) 1972-

Ivan Putski (Josef Bednarski) 1976–1987

Mr. Saito/Masa Saito (斎藤 昌典, Saitō Masanori) 1981–1984

Mikel Scicluna 1965–1970, 1972, 1975–1983

Chief Jay Strongbow (Joseph Luke Scarpa) 1970–1977, 1979–1984, 1993–1994

Toru Tanaka (Charles "Charlie" J. Kalani, Jr.) 1967–1968,1969–1970,1971–1974,1977–1978

The Rock 'N' Wrestling Era (1984-1993)

Marty Jannetty (Frederick Marty Jannetty) 1987, 1988-1992, 1992-1994, 1995-1996, 2005-2007, 2009

  • The Bus Came Back: Every year and a half or so after WCW folded. He's usually on the wrong end of a match involving someone with a grudge against Shawn Michaels or a young superstar with a push or winning streak.
  • Butt Monkey: Naming the least successful person of a Tag Team after they break up as the Jannetty.
  • The Jannetty: Unofficial Trope Namer. To Shawn Michaels, and one of the most famous wrestling examples of the trope.
  • Ring Oldies: Pushing 50 and still wrestling, and he's not half bad.

Dynamite Kid (Thomas "Tom" Billington) 1984-1988

Raymond "Ray" Rougeau 1986-2002

The Tonga Kid/Islander Tama (Samuel Larry Anoa'i Fatu)

The New Generation Era (1993-1997)

Bart Gunn (Michal Burton "Mike" Polchlopek, Jr.) 1993-1999, 2007

The Attitude Era (1997-2001)

Bull Buchanan (Barry Buchanan) 1997-2001, 2002-2003, 2011

InVasion (2001)

Johnny Stamboli (Jonathan "Jon" Hugger) 2001-2004

The Brand Extension Era (2002-2011)

Evan Bourne (Matthew Joseph Korklan) 2008-2014

Ted DiBiase Jr (Theodore Marvin "Ted" DiBiase, Jr.) 2008-2013

David Hart Smith (Harry Smith) 2007-2008, 2009-2011

Curt Hawkins (Brian Myers) 2007-2013

Vladimir Kozlov (Olyeg Olyeksandrovich Prudius) 2006, 2008-2011

Joey Mercury (Adam Birch) 2004–2007, 2010-

Heath Slater (Heath Miller) 2010-

Michael Tarver (Tyrone Evans) 2010-2011

  • The Brute: Dear lord yes. One wonder how this would have turned out if he hadn't been injured.
  • Demoted to Extra: Was part of one the biggest faction in WWE, before he was injured, and then only seen in backstage segments before his release.
  • Face-Heel Turn: When joining The Nexus, although he was never really a face to begin with on NXT.
  • Put on a Bus: Injured his groin which lead to a beat down of Cena, who just had been inducted into Nexus, and thus left the Nexus. It was more of Cena venting his frustration than anything else, but Barrett would claim he wanted to get rid of Tarver anyway, so Cena did him a huge favour. He would return later on in backstage segments, but nothing came to it before he was released.
  • Scary Black Man: His time in The Nexus really brought this out.

The WWE, Inc. Era (2011-2014)

The Reality Era (2014-Present)


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