The words Chad Gable and exceptional technical wrestler go together like a fine wine with pretzels. While his mat skills are A+, Gable can’t seem to break away from being considered anything but a tag team wrestler.
To be fair, Gable has thrived in the tag team division for multiple years with multiple partners.
He is perhaps best known for his time with Jason Jordan, as the duo managed to win tag team titles during their stints on both NXT and Smackdown Live.
After the stable was disbanded in 2017, Gable became a singles competitor for a cup of coffee. While it was short-lived, he managed to show the world that he definitely had the skills to be a solo competitor.
Sadly, this never got off the ground, as Gable soon formed a new stable with everyone’s go-to tag team partner, Shelton Benjamin.
That stable split, and shortly after that, he formed yet another tag team with Robert Roode. They won the Raw Tag Titles and then disbanded…
Then, along came a new alias for Mr. Chad Gable; Shorty G. While the name change was… totally unnecessary, Gable continued to show the world why he is one of the most underrated wrestlers on WWE’s roster. Then, that fizzled out and he reverted back to his old ring name.
Chad Gable is currently one-half of the tag team known as Alpha Academy with Otis. Will this be the year they split or will 2022 be the year they capture tag team gold?