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Top 15 Big Men/Small Men Tag teams

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Jeri-show (Chris Jericho and The Big Show) – Chris Jericho and The Big Show teamed up in July 26, 2009. Jeri-Show had been a very dominant tag team for year. Chris Jericho might be small by his size but he is way better than many other big men. On the other hand, The Big Show is a seven foot tall and five hundred pounds man. This team is one of the best small man – big man team in WWE history. They won the WWE Tag team championship and the World Tag team championship once each. They have also won the Slammy for the best tag team of the year in 2009. Their tag team has been disbanded in0020January 4, 2010.

Cryme Tyme (JTG and Shad Gaspard) – This tag team was active for four years in WWE and other brands. JTG was six foot one and Shad Gaspard was six foot seven. Cryme Tyme debuted to WWE on October 16, 2010. They also wrestled in Ohio Valley Wrestling and on the Independent Circuit. They have won the Ohio Valley Wrestling Southern Tag Team championship two times. In April 2, 2010, Cryme Tyme was disbanded.

Two Dudes with Attitude (Shawn Michaels and Diesel) – Speaking about big man / small man teams, one team can never be over looked and that is Two Dudes with Attitude. Shawn Michaels was six foot and Diesel was six foot ten. They debuted as a team in June 6, 1993. They have won the World Wrestling Federation tag team championships twice. This epic tag team was disbanded in the year of 1995.

X Pac and Kane – The team of X Pac and Kane was one of the most famous tag teams of the attitude era. They formed into a tag team in the early 1999. Soon in March 30, 1999, X Pac and kane won their first tag team championships by defeating Jeff Jarrett and Owen Hart. Later, in August 9, 1999, X Pac and Kane defeated The Acolytes (Bradshaw and Faarooq) to win the title for the second time. The team split up in October 28, 1999.

Rey Mysterio and The Big Show – Rey Mysterio and The Big Show have never been a regular tag team. They have always appeared irregularly. They have never won anything together. But every time they formed tag teams, they made their opponents suffer. Size wise, Rey Mysterio is only five foot six and The Big Show is a seven foot tall man so it is quite obvious to enlist the name of the team of The Big Show and Rey Mysterio in this list.

The Hurricane and Rosey – These two individuals teamed up in the Monday Night Raw in 2003. They were very famous as a tag team. After Rosey’s former tag team partner Jamal was released in 2003, Rosey teamed up with the Hurricane and they kept entertaining the fans as a tag team till 2005. They also had a valet who was Super Stacy aka Stacy Keibler. During their two years as a tag team, they won the World Tag team championship gold once.

Jesse and Festus – Jesse and Festus debuted as a tag team up 2007 at Friday Night Smackdown. They played a hilarious comedy role during their two active years. Jesse was only five foot ten inches tall and Festus was six foot eight inches tall. They could never win anything together but they were very entertaining, such entertaining tag teams are really missing in these days. The gimmick of Festus was really incredible, I would not say it was perfect, but it was entertaining, which is most important in professional wrestling. The team has been dissolved in April 15, 2009. Jesse was released soon from his contract and Festus remained for next year. Festus was later given a new ring name and gimmick which was Luke Gallows. He worked as the partner of CM Punk.

ShoMiz (The Miz and The Big Show) – This tag team did not exist for a long time, but it really impressed everyone in its short run. In January 18, 2010, The seven foot tall giant The Big Show and the six foot tall man The Miz teamed up. They were a dominating force in the WWE during their period. They won the WWE tag team championships and the World tag team championships together. The Miz was also the United States champion during this time. This team was broken in April 26, 2010.

Evan Bourne and Mark Henry – Evan Bourne and Mark Henry was not a regular tag team. They never appeared as regular tag teams, but only a few times in the ECW during the PG era. But every time the five foot eight Airborne and the six foot six four hundred pounds World’s Strongest Man teamed up, they made their opponents cry.

Owen Hart and Yokozuna – These two late great athletes teamed up for a very short amount of time, but even in that short time they made a great impression. In April 2, 1995, the five foot eleven inches tall Owen Hart and the six hundred pounds man Yokozuna teamed up, Yokozuna was revealed as the mystery partner of Yokozuna at WrestleMania XI. They won the World Wrestling Federation tag team champions twice. Their first tag team championship was won at the stage of their tag team debut, WrestleMania XI and the next one was in September 25, 1995, on the same day their tag team disbanded as Owen Hart teamed with British Bulldog and Yokozuna concentrated in the singles competitions.

Batista and Rey Mysterio – Batista and Rey Mysterio was a very famous tag team of Friday Night Smackdown in their days. Their team came into highlight in late 2005. On December 13, 2005, they defeated MNM to win the WWE tag team championship. Later on the same month they faced the World Tag team champions Big Show and Kane at the Armageddon tag team champions in a champions vs. champions match. However, they lost. They remained as friends and formed tag team occasionally, but they split up in 2009 and became biggest enemies of each other.

Rikishi and Scotty 2 Hotty – This tag team is a form of the stable called Too Cool. ‘Too Sexy’ Brian Christopher (Grand Master Sexay) and ‘Too Hot’ Scott Taylor was the first two members of this team which was formed in April, 1998. Later, in 1999, Rikishi Fatu joined the team. They remained as a stable till Grand Master Sexay was released from his contract. In late 2003, Rikishi and Scotty 2 Hotty formed a tag team again and they fought for the tag team championship battles in Friday Night Smackdown. On February 5, 2004, they won the WWE tag team championship gold by defeating the Basham Brothers. They could not continue as a tag team after they lost the titles and Rikishi was released from his contract, and Scotty2 Hotty was reeased in 2007. However, they appeared on the Independent Circuit after that. And on the 6th January, 2014, Too Cool appeared as a stable in Old School Raw. The team still exists, but it is not a regular team anymore.

Elijah Burke and Sylvester Terkay – These two athletes were not a very famous team neither they existed as a team for a long time, but undoubtedly, they formed a good team. Elijah Burke was five foot eleven and Sylvester Terkay was six foot six. They debuted as a team in 2006 at the Ohio Valley Wrestling. On the same year, they debuted to WWE, at the newly formed TNA. Sylvester Terkay was not came out to be enough impressing, when Elizah Burke did pretty well to impress the fans. The team could not continue as Sylvester Terkey was released from his contract in early 2007.

Rob Van Dam and Kane – Rob Van Dam and Kane’s tag team was one of the most famous tag teams of Monday Night Raw in the early invasion era. In early 2003, they formed their tag team. On March 31, 2003, Van Dam and Kane defeated Chief Morley and Lance Storm to win the tag team championship gold. Their tag team was dissolved in June 2003. As Kane got unmasked and turned heel, their tag team was broken and they feuded against each other.

The Hurricane and Kane – Another famous tag team of the early Invasion era, The Hurricane and Kane formed their tag team in late 2002 and won the tag team titles soon after their team formed. Their team did not continue for a long time as Kane went on to feud with Triple H for the WWE World Heavyweight championship.

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