Wrestling: Ranking The Top Five Tag Teams Of 2020

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3. Hangman Page & Kenny Omega

Despite not being a tag team for very long, 2020 was the year of Kenny Omega and Hangman Page. They won the AEW Tag Team Championships back in January. They went on to prove themselves against some of the best tag teams in the world. The clash between Omega and Page and The Young Bucks at Revolution was one of the best tag team matches ever put on.

The two teams went to war for half an hour. It surprised many when Omega and Page came out on top against The Bucks. They showed themselves as a team when they finally lost the titles against FTR. It is safe to say that Kenny Omega and Adam Page’s time as a team has come to an end. Kenny Omega is far from the man he was at the start of the year.

Kenny Omega has stepped back into his role as the best thing going in wrestling. Adam Page is still recovering from the split of the team, but you can expect a great 2021 for the Hangman. Omega and Page showed that they are great as a team and as solo wrestlers with and against each other this year. The team may be over, but their reign still holds the record.

2. The North

At this time, it looks like The North could be in trouble. Ethan Page’s contract is set to expire at the end of the month. If he decides to move on from Impact Wrestling, we could be seeing the end of The North for the time being. I hope that Page will decide to re-sign with the company because The North is one of the best things going in tag team wrestling.

They were the definition of tag team wrestling in Impact Wrestling this year. They held the Impact Tag Team Championships twice. Their first reign was over a year before they were defeated by the returning Motor City Machine Guns. Their second reign was just under a month before losing them to current champions The Good Brothers.

The North is a team that deserves as much attention as teams like FTR and The Young Bucks. They have been a team off and on for nearly ten years now and I expect great things to come from the two in the future. If they both decide to stay with Impact or try their talents elsewhere, The North is going to be a team to keep your eyes on.