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Jim Ross names the “best tag team” that WWE ever developed

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WWE Hall of Famer and AEW commentator Jim Ross recently discussed tag teams in the history of WWE and who he believes is the greatest that the company ever produced.

Speaking on the Grilling Jr podcast, the voice of wrestling revealed that his pick for the best team ever developed by WWE is Matt and Jeff, the Hardy Boyz.

‘The Hardys are the greatest team ever developed in WWE” Jim Ross began. “Think about it. I’m not talking about Arn and Tully or the Dudleys, some of those other great teams that came through there, but they were teams when they got there, a lot of them.

“Matt and Jeff came in wearing their own homemade wrestling tights that they sewed with their own sewing machine. I just love the story and I love their enthusiasm and their youthful passion” Ross added.

“So I don’t think there’s ever been a better tag team that’s developed in WWE than The Hardys. I hope that someday they go into the Hall of Fame” the former WWE commentator noted.

“I don’t know how that’s going to happen or work out because Jeff leaving, unfortunately, but they deserve accolades because WWE has never developed a better tag team, homegrown, than the Hardy Boyz, in my opinion,” the AEW commentator concluded.

Jim Ross on The Hardy Boyz

RAW is broadcast each and every Monday night, and fans in the United Kingdom can watch the show with a monthly BT Sport subscription.

SmackDown is also available on BT Sport every Friday; again for fans who are subscribed to the monthly service that can sometimes be bundled with BT Broadband.

NXT 2.0 and WWE NXT UK are available to watch on Tuesdays and Thursdays respectively on WWE Network in the United Kingdom. The shows are also available on Peacock in the United States.

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