WWE women's tag teams

The Top Five Women’s Tag Teams in WWE History

1.Boss ‘N’ Hug Connection/The Golden Role Models

Much like The Divas of Doom, Bayley and Sasha Banks are real-life best friends, which makes their chemistry so realistic. The Boss ‘N’ Hug Connection are the inaugural WWE Women’s Tag Team Champions but their initial reign was less than stellar.

What should have been a long reign with epic matches against other new pairings across all three brands never came to fruition. The team unceremoniously lost the titles in a fatal four-way at WrestleMania 35 to the Aussie Duo, The IIconics. Afterward, Banks went on a four-month hiatus and Bayley continued her quest for singles gold.

Fast forward to 2020 where the former Hugger finally turned heel after several teases. Now the SmackDown Women’s Champion, Bayley joined forces with “The Boss” and ran roughshod on the rest of the division. On the June 5 episode of SmackDown, the newly coined “Golden Role Models” regained the tag team title, defeating Alexa Bliss and Nikki Cross.

The global pandemic has forced WWE to film their events at the Performance Center. Bayley and Banks don’t have a live crowd to feed off of but they’re arguably the hottest act on WWE programming.

On July 20, “The Boss” defeated Asuka after a controversial count-out finish to win the RAW Women’s Championship. “The Golden Role Models” not only hold all three major women’s titles in the company, but they have avenged their prior loss and claimed the title reign they should have received the first time around. Banks and Bayley continue to take on all challengers and cement their spot as the top women’s tag team in WWE history.

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