If you grew up a big fan of professional wrestling as a child (or even older, no one is judging here), you might have very well used your action figures or the most recent WWE video game to pair up some of your all-time favorite performers.
Many of these duos, while awe-inspiring, were unlikely to ever tag up in a major promotion in real life.
For all the improbable singles matches fans have wished for over the years, there have also been a fair share of fantastical tag team showdowns, in which two big-league 'rasslers united to put their mutual rivals on notice. Luckily, much like their one-on-one counterparts, a select lucky group of these dream teams have actually come to life inside of the squared circle.
From time to time, various wrestling companies have delivered on pairing up some of the most prominent faces in the sports entertainment business. On a few rare occasions, fans were even introduced to tag teams they didn't necessarily realize they wanted to see, like Randy Orton and Riddle forming RKBro.
Whatever the case, this group of unique pairings has left fans longing for more than just one match, even if it may never happen...
10. Jon Moxley & Kazuchika Okada
With their highly contrasting in-ring styles and characters, as well as no previous love lost between the two wrestlers, NJPW fans were tickled by the sight of Jon Moxley and Kazcuhika Okada working together as a fairly tight-knit tag team against their opponents in Taichi and Minoru Suzuki.
The tag team match was designed to promote the following two nights of NJPW's New Beginning events, which included Okada vs. Taichi on night two and Moxley vs Suzuki for the IWJP United States Championship on night three. What ensued was an extremely strong tag team bout, and it would have been difficult to find anyone who saw the match and didn't want to watch all four competitors on the following two shows.
Along the same lines, it would have been equally difficult to find anyone who watched the match and didn't want to see Okada and Moxley join forces at least one more time down the road. Somehow the performers managed to juxtapose the chaotic brawler style of Moxley with the technical magician side of Okada and made it absolutely work.