In the crazy world of professional wrestling there have been many superstars that have captured our attention, larger than life characters that have lit up our TV screens and provided countless hours of fun, all in the name of sports entertainment. Our house in the 90's was a hotbed for wrestling, much like many homes across the country. We all had our favourites, had the action figures and the ring. Even the cassette tapes with the entrance themes to make the action figures come to life and who could forget the WWF Superstars - Wrestlemania album... An instant classic for any fan. The top Superstars competing week in, week out to collect the gold or continue a long running feud, down the years there have been some truly memorable moments and matches. The singles competitors have become accustomed to holding most of the limelight, and through time there have been some standout names, names such as Rick Flair, Hulk Hogan, The Ultimate warrior and The Undertaker to name a few,. Theses guy's have long been the bedrock of what the sports entertainment industry has been built upon. Today we will be looking back at legendary tag-teams, some of which when they burst onto the scene ripped up the wrestling landscape, raised the bar and set new standards. Here we have 10 teams from the WWF era of wrestling, some stone cold legends and innovators of yesteryear. The Bushwackers (Luke Williams and Butch Miller) From their quirky ring walk to their love of giving whoever it may be a little lick, these guys provided a whole lot of entertainment whilst on their quest for gold. Sadly during their time in the WWF they never managed to grab the coveted Tag Team tittles, coming close on several occasions only to fall agonisingly short. The Rockers (Shawn Michaels and Marty Jannetty) The one time tag champions are best known for one the great wrestling heel turns of all time. Rewind to January 1992, Michaels delivers a savage Sweet Chin Music on Jannetty in Brutus' Barber Shop, add to that being thrown through a glass window and their split was complete. The Nasty Boys (Brian Nobbs and Jerry Sags) Who remembers the Pit Stop? Rubbing your opponents face into your tag partners arm pit, who could forget. These guys reached the pinnacle of the WWF only once, defeating The Hart Foundation at Wrestlemania VII to claim the gold and their place in the history books. Money Inc. (Ted DiBiase and Irwin R Schyster) Money, money, money... Million Dollar Man and IRS were 3 time tag champs in the early nineties, bribing their way through the ranks to gain championship shots. Legion Of Doom (Animal and Hawk) As a kid all I ever wanted was to own a set of the iconic shoulder pads, with spikes of course. These legendary two times champs were an instant hit with fans in their heyday, winning their first tittle at Summerslam '91 against the Nasty Boys. LOD's entrance on Motorbikes at Wembley Stadium for Summerslam '92 will always live long in the memory. What a rush! The New Age Outlaws (Jesse James and Billy Gunn) Road Dog and Bad Ass were a big part of WWF as the attitude era erupted in the late nineties, members of the famed D-Generation X stable along with Triple H, Shawn Michaels, Chyna and X-Pac. The New Age Outlaws were tag champions on five occasions and have a well earned place in the WWF history books. Hart Foundation (Brett Hart and Jim Neidhart) Debuted in 1986 Brett and Jim were the 1st incarnation of the Hart Foundation and won the gold on 2 separate occasions, Brothers-in-Law and brothers in arms they were firm favourites with large sections of the WWF crowd. In 1991 Brett would step away from allowing Owen Hart to join Jim and The New Foundation was born. There have also been several other incarnations of the Hart Foundation through the years incorporating various different members. Edge And Christian One of the pioneers of a new era for tag team wrestling. Champions on seven occasions, the first of which came in a Triangle ladder match at Wrestlemania 16 against The Hardy Boyz and the Dudley's. They would also be victorious in the first ever Tables, Ladders and Chairs (TLC) match at Summerslam 2000. The Dudley Boyz (Bubba Ray Dudley and D-Von Dudley) The Dudley Boyz were eight times tag team champs who had a penchant for slamming whoever got in their way through a table, this included an 80 year old wheelchair bound Mae Young on an episode of RAW in March 2000. You could feel the sense of anticipation and excitement every time Bubba would scream "D-Von, GET THE TABLES". The Hardy Boyz (Matt and Jeff Hardy) Team Xtreme featured in some of the most iconic tag team matches that have ever taken place inside a WWF wrestling ring. The Hardy Boyz have been champions on no less than 8 occasions including winning the Raw tag titles after a dramatic return to WWE at Wrestlemania 33. The Hardy's were also part of the legendary Ladder Match at No Way Out 1999 defeating Edge and Christian in a 5 star show. Who was your favourite tag teams and tag team matches from the world of wrestling? Let us know in the comments below.