Wrestling is Awesome XXII: Motor City Machine Guns vs. Generation Me (2010)

Posted on June 17, 2013


Tag team wrestling is pretty much the best. To say that it is a forgotten art form is essentially flogging a dead horse, and for the last oh I don’t know, 6 years there have been constant rumours of the WWE tag division getting rebooted and re-pushed. There have been hopes and moments of potential, but it always, ALWAYS comes to nothing. The same is said for TNA, whose tag division right now consists of some hastily thrown together teams and Bad Influence. Tag team wrestling is still alive and well throughout the rest of the world though, which is wonderful to see, but things weren’t always so depressing in TNA. Go back as recently as 2010, and tag team wrestling was the most over and engaging part of the entire company. That summer say the much vaunted Motor City Machine Guns (Alex Shelley and Chris Sabin) and Beer Money Inc. (Robert Roode and James Storm) Best of 5 series that was constantly amazing. It also saw the all too brief emergence and use of The Young Bucks in TNA, or Generation Me as they were called. What we have here is the aforementioned Guns and the Bucks in a Full Metal Mayhem from the Final Resolution PPV in 2010. As exciting as pro wrestling gets. Oh the nostalgia.

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