Mike & Todd Shane
Randy & Bill Mulkey
Two of the greatest enhancement talents in wrestling history, Randy & Bill Mulkey teamed as The Mulkey Brothers in the NWA and Mid-Atlantic Wrestling. Together, the brothers jobbed to The Midnight Express and, well, pretty much everyone else, but gained a cult following for their "MulkeyMania."
May is Tag Team Appreciation Month on Canadian Bulldog's World! To help celebrate, we have dozens of unique articles and columns dedicated to the art of tag team wrestling.
But for this particular Top 50 list, you may want to say "Oh, brother". Or possibly "Oh, sister...."
Wrestling families are a huge part of the business, with names like McMahon, Gagne, Hart, Anoa'i and Orton dominating the business for decades. But siblings who decide to tag up.... well, that's slightly more rare. And rarer yet are the surprising number of twins on this list.
In selecting the Top 50 Sibling Tag Teams, Canadian Bulldog's World looked at the following criteria:
How much success did the team acheive together (not just as singles or in later combinations)?
Are the siblings often remembered as part of a team?
How well is the team known both inside and outside of wrestling circles?
One note: This is NOT a list of kayfabe siblings, so if you're wondering why The Dudley Boyz, Edge & Christian, The Valiants, The Brothers Of Destruction, The Garvins and many, many other fake brother tag teams were left off this list... well, that's why.
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Born Lucy and Kelly Sharpe, these British sisters began competing together in 2005. Known better as The Blossom Twins (Hannah and Holly), the sisters competed in various English promotions before going to Ohio Valley Wrestling and competed for TNA's British Boot Camp reality series between 2012 and 2014.
Hannah & Holly Blossom
Although they've never held any form of tag team championship together, twin sisters Brie and Nikki Bella have transcended the industry by becoming two of the more popular female stars. Both former Divas Champions, the twins are further tied to the business from relationships with Daniel Bryan and John Cena.
Headhunter A and Headhunter B (shockingly, not their real names) were a pair of 300-plus pound twin brothers that have been competing since the late 1980s. The Headhunters competed in Japan, Mexico and ECW, and were briefly part of the WWF when they debuted in the 1996 Royal Rumble as The Squat Team.