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WWE: Allied Powers - The World's Greatest Tag Teams [Import]

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Throughout the decades, fans of sports entertainment have long enjoyed the controlled chaos of tag-team wrestling. Many future Hall of Fame performers started as part of a popular duo, such as Shawn Michaels (the Rockers), Bret "Hit Man" Hart (Hart Foundation). Now, for the first time on DVD, fans can enjoy the greatest tag teams in sports entertainment history in Allied Powers: The World's Greatest Tag Teams. Hosted by The Miz and John Morrison who are the current World Tag Team champions and the longest-running WWE Tag Team Champions in recent history. They bring their own brand of humor to this 3-DVD set that hits the biggest and the best duos throughout the annals of sports entertainment.


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25 of 31 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars The Complete Match Listing May 5 2009
By slm - Published on Amazon.com
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Throughout the years, fans of sports entertainment have enjoyed the controlled chaos of tag-team wrestling. Many present and future Hall of Fame Superstars have been part of a popular duo, including Shawn Michaels (The Rockers), Bret "Hit Man" Hart (The Hart Foundation) and Jeff and Matt Hardy (The Hardy Boys). Some Superstars will forever be remembered for their incredible impact as a team, including The Road Warriors, The Fabulous Freebirds and The Midnight Express. Some teams were a result of the unique, temporary pairing of two singles Superstars, including The Mega Powers (Hulk Hogan and Randy "Macho Man" Savage), and D-Generation X (Triple H and Shawn Michaels).

Allied Powers: The World's Greatest Tag Teams honours all the greatest duos in sports entertainment history, complete with matches from WWE, WCW, NWA, AWA, WCCW and Championship Wrestling from Florida. Packed with profiles of more than 20 historical tag teams and events and 25 tag-team matches, Allied Powers: The World's Greatest Tag Teams gives fans twice the excitement, twice the action and twice the drama.

Disc 1

Introduction by The Miz & John Morrison

Miz & Morrison - Chemistry Between Two Individuals

British Bulldogs

British Bulldogs vs. Hart Foundation
Madison Square Garden September 23, 1985

Steiner Brothers

Title vs. Title Match
Steiner Brothers vs. Hiroshi Hase / Kensuke Sasaki
Japan Supershow March 21, 1991

Miz & Morrison - Daredevils

Outstanding Aerial Achievement by a Tag Team

2 out of 3 Falls Tag Team Match
Killer Bees vs. Demolition
Houston, TX October 9, 1987

Hardy Boys

# 1 Contender Match
Edge & Christian vs. Hardy Boys
King of the Ring June 27, 1999

Miz & Morrison - Chick Magnets of the `80s

Fabulous Freebirds

Country Whipping Tag Team Match
Fabulous Freebirds vs. Kerry Von Erich / Kevin Von Erich
World Class Championship Wrestling October 1983

Best Brotherly Duos

Funk Brothers vs. Brisco Brothers
Championship Wrestling From Florida

Harlem Heat

WCW World Tag Team Championship Match
Harlem Heat vs. Steiner Brothers
Hog Wild August 10, 1996

Midnight Express

NWA United States Tag Team Championship Match
Fantastics vs. Midnight Express
Great American Bash July 10, 1988

Honorable Mentions

Anything Goes, Falls Count Anywhere Street Fight
Public Enemy vs. Nasty Boys
SuperBrawl VI February 11, 1996

Miz & Morrison - Rocking Your World

Rockers

Rockers vs. Brain Busters
Madison Square Garden March 18, 1989

Disc 2

Miz & Morrison - Demolishing the Competition

Demolition

WWE World Tag Team Championship
Strike Force vs. Demolition
WrestleMania IV March 27, 1988

Worldwide Attractions

WWE World Tag Team Championship
Mike Rotundo / Barry Windham vs. Iron Sheik / Nikolai Volkoff
WrestleMania March 31, 1985

Miz & Morrison - Get the Tables!

Dudley Boyz

Championship Unification Steel Cage Tag Team Match
Dudley Boyz vs. Hardy Boys
Survivor Series November 18, 2001

Outsiders

WCW World Tag Team Championship Match
Outsiders vs. Harlem Heat
Halloween Havoc October 27, 1996

Miz & Morrison - Power... Horses

Arn Anderson / Tully Blanchard

NWA World Tag Team Championship Match
Sting / Nikita Koloff vs. Arn Anderson / Tully Blanchard
Great American Bash July 10, 1988

Tribute to the Classics

Nick Bockwinkel / Ray Stevens vs. Red Bastien / Billy Robinson
AWA All Star Wrestling December 1972

Miz & Morrison - The Greatest Tag Team of the 21st Century

The Miz & John Morrison

The Miz / John Morrison vs. Rey Mysterio / Shawn Michaels
RAW November 17, 2008

Hart Foundation

WWE World Tag Team Championship
Rougeau Brothers vs. Hart Foundation
Boston Garden March 7, 1987

Bonus Features

The Fabulous Freebirds - "Badstreet, USA" Music Video

Animal Advice from the British Bulldogs
Primetime Wrestling - August 31, 1987

Gene Okerlund Visits the Hart Foundation Headquarters
Coliseum Home Video Exclusive - 1987

Camouflage, Bushwhacker Style
Superstars - December 10, 1988

Gene Okerlund Interviews Demolition
Wrestling Challenge - July 7, 1990

The Legion of Doom Return to Chicago
Superstars - April 11, 1992

The Cutting Room Floor: Los Conquistadors

The Rock `n' Sock Connection Break Up?
Raw - October 4, 1999

D-Generation X and the Meaning of Controversy
Cyber Sunday - November 5, 2006

John Morrison & The Miz - "Mizfits & Mofos" Music Video

Disc 3

Miz & Morrison - Reeking of the Most Awesomeness

Edge & Christian

Tables, Ladders & Chairs Match for the WWE World Tag Team Championship
Edge & Christian vs. Dudley Boyz vs. Hardy Boyz
SummerSlam August 27, 2000

Rock `N' Roll Express

NWA World Tag Team Championship
Rock `N' Roll Express vs. Ivan Koloff / Khrusher Khruschev
World Wide Wrestling July 9, 1985

Miz & Morrison - Oh You Didn't Know?

New Age Outlaws

WWE World Tag Team Championship
New Age Outlaws vs. Rock `N' Sock Connection
Armageddon December 12, 1999

Blockbuster Tag Teams

D-Generation X vs. Edge / Randy Orton
Cyber Sunday November 5, 2006

Miz & Morrison - Technical Masterminds

World's Greatest Tag Team

Los Guerreros vs. World's Greatest Tag Team
SmackDown! December 11, 2003

Crockett Cup

Tournament Cup Finals
Tully Blanchard / Lex Luger vs. Nikita Koloff / Dusty Rhodes
Jim Crockett Sr. Memorial Cup Tag Team Tournament April 11, 1987

Miz & Morrison - Ohh, What a Rush!

Road Warriors

Legion of Doom vs. Money Inc.
SummerSlam August 29, 1992

Miz & Morrison - Saving the Best for Last
20 of 25 people found the following review helpful
2.0 out of 5 stars Too overcrowded and unorganized July 27 2009
By Xavier H. - Published on Amazon.com
Format:DVD
This DVD is basically the epitome of what they call a "clusterf***" in the wrestling business. It's basically too much crammed into too little of a space, and no one wins in the end.

The structure of the DVD is as follows: A certain team is introduced with a 1-2 minute highlight video with archived voiceovers from commentators and promos. There are no interviews with the wrestlers themselves, their peers, or current wrestlers who grew up idolizing them - three aspects which have been staples of WWE compilation DVD's for years. The highlight video is followed up by one match highlighting that team, then on to the next one.

One thing you notice from the jump is that you never know what to expect from one match to the next. Each match/tag team is completely random in terms of the era and federation in which they competed. Just as an example from Disc 1, it goes from the Steiner Brothers to the Hardy Boys to the Fabulous Freebirds. That might make sense if these teams were organized into some sort of countdown of the "Best Tag Teams of All Time," but they're not. The organization of the DVD truly boggles my mind.

On top of that, the matches are nothing special. None of these matches were career-defining for any of these teams - probably because those matches are either featured on other DVD's, or there simply wasn't room for them. If someone picks up this DVD having never seen a certain team perform before, they will get only an unfair glimpse of just how great that team was.

I think it would have been a better idea to organize the best tag team matches either by decade or by federation (AWA/NWA/WCW/WWF/whatever). This type of structure has been done on numerous occasions throughout the rest of WWE's extensive DVD catalog, so it doesn't seem like too much of a stretch. I can't imagine why such a completely disorganized and disappointing DVD was put together.
6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Nice Tribute To A Lost Art Aug. 6 2009
By D.P. - Published on Amazon.com
Format:DVD
Tag team wrestling has become a lost art in the WWE for the past couple of years but at least WWE hasn't completely forgotten about the past history of tag team wrestling with this release completely revolved around tag team wrestling. This set is hosted by the best WWE tag team (at that time) in John Morrison & The Miz...and if anyone has seen their webshow "The Dirt Sheet", you know they can be entertaining & did a good job hosting this set (at least better than Striker & Maria did on Macho Man's). I'll give credit to WWE in that eventhough they couldn't possibly put a match showcasing every single major tag team for over the past couple of decades, they did at least have various highlight reels mentioning various tag teams broken down into different subjects like aerial teams (Steamboat & Youngblood, High Flyers), brothers (Ole & Arn Anderson, Taker & Kane, Vallants, Strongbows, Smokin' Gunns), international teams (Koloffs, Bushwackers, La Resistance), classic teams (Texas Outlaws, Patterson & Stevens, Wild Samoans, Blackjacks), blockbuster teams (Sting & Luger, Hogan & Savage), and other honorable mentions (MNM, Billy & Chuck, Austin & Pillman, A.P.A.).

Matches Include:
British Bulldogs vs. Hart Foundation - Bret Hart said on his DVD that eventhough the main eventers like Hogan & Andre were drawing the crowds during this time period, the best matches were between these two teams and this match can validate that point as it was classic tag team wrestling here with both teams building up the pace throughout the match with good double team moves by both men...including the Hart Foundation pulling off a Hart Attack off the top rope at one point. Great showcasing of the Bulldogs as you had to be impressed with the "muscle man" of the team in Davey Boy being so quick & agile himself right besides of Dynamite Kid.
("MSG" Sept. '85)

WCW Tag Team Champions Steiner Brothers vs. I.W.G.P. Tag Team Champions Hiroshi Hase & Kensuke Sasaki - This was from the WCW/New Japan joint PPV's they would do once a year back in the early 90's. Unique situation here as the Steiners weren't the crowd favorites but it was a interesting matchup as anyone who's seen japanese wrestling (WWE's Chris Benoit or TNA's Global Impact DVD's for example) knows that they have a completely different style that's more "stronger & stiffer" so you got a different type of match here than you would normally expect from the Steiners in the United States. I'm glad WWE found this lost gem in the vault as this was a history making match with the Steiners at this time being both the World & U.S. Tag Team Champions in WCW and winning the New Japan's tag team championship, they were triple crown champions.
("WCW/New Japan Supershow" Mar. '91)

2 out of 3 Falls Match: Killer Bees vs. Demolition - This match as a good display of storytelling by the Bees & selling by Demolition but overall, it was a nice match but nothing I personally would concider "DVD worthy"
(Oct. '87)

Hardy Boys vs. Edge & Christian - To my memory, this was both teams their first real televised matchup against each other. This was more like a preview of their later encounters as it was short but fast paced & non-stop action but the highlight was Edge executing one move that got such a reaction that it's become a trademark of his over a decade later.
(King Of The Ring '99)

Country Whipping Match: Kerry & Kevin Von Erich vs. Fabulous Freebirds - The rules for this match was that both men in the ring were allowed to use their belt straps throughout the match. The matches between the Von Erichs & Freebirds were always described as wild with a football game type reaction from the crowd...and this was no expection as everything here from the crowd to the inring action was just out of control from start to finish.
("World Class Championship Wrestling" Oct. '83)

Funk Brothers vs. Brisco Brothers - This was real short & nothing noteworthy outside of the fact that it's rare footage from the archives.
("Championship Wrestling From Florida")

WCW Tag Team Champions Harlem Heat vs. Steiner Brothers - Well "Heat" was the right name for Booker & Stevie here because the crowd was all over them right from the start. Harlem Heat had their best series of matches in WCW against the Steiner Brothers because they just had that natural chemistry with each other. I'll go as far as to call this a lost classic when it came to tag team wrestling during this period of wrestling. One funny sidenote was to pay attention to Bobby Heenan's commentary since he kept forgetting that this PPV was on a Saturday, not a Sunday.("WCW Hog Wild" Aug. '96)

NWA United States Tag Team Champions Fantastics vs. Midnight Express - When the Rock N' Roll Express left the NWA during this time, their perfect replacements as far as inring ability were the team known as the Fantastics. The stipulation was that Jim Cornette would be suspended above the ring. This was another solid tag team match here as both teams were young & the match had a faster pace than the opener. With the Midnight Express being one of the original high flyin' tag teams of it's time along with the Fantastics being an underrated team, it was the "sleeper" match of the night with Cornette crying & acting scared thoughout the match just adds a bit of humor.
("NWA Great American Bash" July '88)

Falls Count Anywhere Street Fight Match: Nasty Boys vs. Public Enemy - This was a hardcore feud in 1996 that is constantly overshadowed by the over big main event feuds, storylines, & events that happened during the year. With both teams having a reputation for being hardcore brawlers & with their first match at the Clash Of The Champions getting way out of control, you knew to expect chaos & you got it. Tables were broken, chairs were used, and trash cans were being piledriven on within the opening minutes. They were fighting in the ring, isleway, concession stands using every & anything they could get their hands on. What a wild brawl.
(WCW SuperBrawl VI)

Rockers vs. Brain Busters - Eventhough normally the ex-Horsemen duo of Anderson & Blanchard would bring out the best in the Rockers, this wasn't one of those matches as the Rockers were wrestling a more defensive style throughout the match instead of the fast paced high flyin' style that they made their reputation off of. This would have been a better match to showcase Arn & Tully than it was to showcase The Rockers.
("MSG" Mar. '89)

WWE Tag Team Champions Strike Force vs. Demolition - This was a nice match as Strike Force were good tag team at that time while Demolition were only around for a few months but established themselves as the biggest & baddest tag team in the federation. The wasn't the best display for Demolition as far as inring work goes but this was historical as it began the longest tag team championship reign in WWE history along with the fact that eventhough they were heels, the crowd clearly showed that they wanted Demolition to walk away with the titles.
(WrestleMania IV)

WWE World Tag Team Champions U.S. Express vs. Iron Sheik & Nikolai Volkoff - The first championship match at the first WrestleMania resulted in the first title change here. This match will come off as "dated" by today's audience but back then, this had all the elements of a classic "babyface vs. heel" match even down to how important a role a manager can play.
(WrestleMania)
[Legends Of Wrestling: Iron Sheik & Andre The Giant]

Steel Cage Match: WWE Tag Team Champions Dudley Boyz vs. WCW Tag Team Champions Hardy Boys - I know some people compared this to their TLC matches but this was able to stand out on it's own and it wasn't one of those "bloddy massacre" cage matches. These two don't disappoint anytime they're allowed to go one on one in a tag team match and this is the same as well. One moment to look out for was what Jeff Hardy did at the end of the match. And as a funny side note, you could tell how confusing it was having so many championships in the company during that time as everyone from the production team to Howard Finkel introduced the Dudleys as the WWE Tag Team Champions when they were the WCW Tag Team Champions.
(Survivor Series '01)

WCW Tag Team Champions Outsiders vs. Harlem Heat - This was the only time I can recall these teams facing each other & it was real good as both teams resemble each other real well. Good tag team match between these two which was probably the best match Hall & Nash ever had in WCW as far as inring work & chemistry.
(WCW Halloween Havoc '96)

NWA World Tag Team Champions Arn Anderson & Tully Blanchard vs. Sting & Nikita Koloff - They went to the 20 min. draw here but it was a solid match here from beginning to end. You saw the traits of what made Arn & Tully one of the greatest tag teams as they cut the ring in half & always kept their opponetts in control while Sting & Nikita held their own here as well.
(NWA Great American Bash '88)
[Ric Flair & The Four Horsemen]

Nick Bockwinkel & Ray Stevens vs. Red Bastien & Billy Robinson - Unfortunally, the DVD that I rented this from had a glitch here so I can't comment here but it was nice that WWE decided to use their vault here.
("AWA All Star Wrestling" Dec. '72)

Rey Mysterio & Shawn Michaels vs. John Morrison & The Miz - Well, the hosted the DVD so you figured they had to have a match on here. This was the first time Mysterio & H.B.K. teamed and judging by how they interacted with each other, they would make a great full time team if WWE ever decided to go that direction. Miz & Morrison displayed the good elements here of what makes a great classic tag team here & was able to vibe well here. A good match overall.
("RAW" Nov. '08)

WWE Tag Team Champions Hart Foundation vs. Rougeau Brothers - Eventhough this match/feud isn't as famous as their others, this was a great example of the Hart Foundation in heel mode with the double teaming behind the referee's back & using the referee's count to their advantage. The Rougeaus were always an underrated team who had good chemisty with the Hart Foundation and this was a good lost match.
("Boston Garden" Mar. '87)

TLC Match: WWE Tag Team Champions Edge & Christian vs. Dudley Boyz vs. Hardy Boyz - The first TLC match and this was the one that topped their WrestleMania match months earlier. Again, this is one of those matches that I can't describe in words that you just have to watch.
(SummerSlam '00)
[The Ladder Match & Hardy Boyz: Leap Of Faith]

NWA World Tag Team Champions Ivan Koloff & Khrusher Khruschev vs. Rock `N' Roll Express - This match perfectly displays what various critics claimed were the Rock N' Roll Express' key to success and that's being able to hook the fans by being both defensive (like setting up the "hot tag") offensive wrestlers (their double team moves like the dropkicks). While this wasn't the quality that you would see from their more famous series of matches against the Midnight Express, this was historic as the Rock N' Roll Express would win their first NWA Tag Team Championships here.
("NWA World Wide Wrestling" July '85)

WWE Tag Team Champions New Age Outlaws vs. Rock `N' Sock Connection - Two of the most entertaining teams WWE had went at it here in a match that was typical of all teams involved at the time with it being non-stop action with a good mix of brawling & wrestling (Rock & Billy Gunn) along with keeping the crowd entertained (Mankind & Road Dogg).
(Armageddon '99)

D-Generation X vs. Rated RKO - As usual with Cyber Sunday/Taboo Tuesday, the fans vote on a stipulation for the match & in this case it was who was going to be the referee. The match was actually DX's 2nd best match since reuniting (Hell In The Cell was the first) as they didn't just beat up & dominate their opponents while Rated RKO left with some credibility unlike every other team DX faced at that time.
(Cyber Sunday '06)
[The New & Improved DX]

Los Guerreros vs. World's Greatest Tag Team - During the period where WWE's tag team division was balancing between non-existant & lukewarm, the feud between these two teams was certainly a highlight...to the point where two of their matches have made it onto other DVD's (Viva La Raza & Greatest Familes). Eddie, as usual, kept the match entertaining with his "lie, cheat, steal" antics while Chavo showed why he's still underrated to this day but this was a great showcase for the former Team Angle as they wrestled like the "Anderson's" of old to where they picked a body part on both wrestlers & heavily focused on it.
("SmackDown!" Dec. '03)

Nikita Koloff & Dusty Rhodes vs. Lex Luger & Tully Blanchard - Before the match stars, you get an emotional moment as Magnum T.A. made his first appearence since his career ending accident 6 months earlier along with a mini-reunion of with both Dusty Rhodes & Nikita Koloff. This match was good action that you would expect from the NWA at this time with the highlight of the Horsemen being the classic heels they were known to be at that time throughout the match before Dusty pulled off a move that you wouldn't expect from a fat plumbers son from Austin, TX.
("NWA Jim Crockett Sr. Memorial Cup" Apr. '87)

Legion of Doom vs. Money Inc. - Eventhough they weren't the champions, these were the two best tag teams WWE had at that time. This was a good solid match all around with Money Inc. being the great mat wrestlers but still cheating heels meshing well with L.O.D.'s powerhouse style...but pay attention to L.O.D.'s entrance, it was quite a sight.
(SummerSlam '92)
[Road Warriors]

DVD extras include the Freebirds "Badstreet U.S.A." music video, Gene Okerland visiting The Hart Foundation (the segment is edited...the full version is on the "Greatest Managers" DVD), highlights of the "Los Conquistadors" angle between the Edge & Christian and Hardy Boyz, a funny segment with Mick Foley trying to break up the Rock N' Sock Connection, DX talking about the referee choices for their Cyber Sunday match, the "Mizfits & Mofos" music video by Miz & Morrison mocking Cryme Time, and other promos & interviews from the British Bulldogs, Bushwackers, Demolition, and Legion Of Doom.

The huge positive here is that was probably the best use of WWE's video vault in a very long time as we got a bunch of rare footage from different federations to the point where some of them were never even released to VHS which gave us some lost classics & historic encounters. The minor faults I found with this DVD set was that it could have been better organized as the matches & profiles seemed to be all over the place instead of some order, most of the DVD extras could have been left in the vault, there was no mention of any ECW teams out of the Dudleys (Sabu & RVD could have gotten a mention) & some of the matches picked weren't the best showcases of the featured teams. However, the one major problem with this DVD is that it's obivious WWE spent some time in the vault to find some of these matches for these teams so you mean to tell me while they're in there that they couldn't find any other matches to replace the ones that are already on other DVD's here. For example, fans of Anderson & Blanchard would already have had the "4 Horsemen" DVD that had the Sting/Koloff match already on it so another match could have been used to showcase Anderson & Blanchard (maybe one of their matches from their Brain Busters run). Fans of the Road Warriors would have already had their DVD so the Money Inc. match could have been replaced with another match. Same case with the fans of the Hardys/E&C/Dudleys feud would have already had the SummerSlam Ladder Match so another unreleased match could have been chosen to showcase Edge & Christian just like how unreleased matches were used to showcase the Hardys & Dudleys.

Overall, this was an enjoyable DVD set but it wasn't as good as it could have been so this isn't something I would rush out to get but something I would put on the list as something to check out when you have a few bucks to spare because there are some gems on here worth watching.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Feels rushed. Dec 19 2009
By Cory J. Wiatrek - Published on Amazon.com
Format:DVD
The host of The Miz and John Morrison isn't funny at all. They annoy me (and not in the good Bobby Heenan bad guy way). While this DVD does have some awesome wrestling on it, their is no documentary. I also noticed some key teams left out of this DVD while some thrown together teams or lackluster teams were showcased on the DVD. I would say this DVD is worth the dollar just because of the Rockers/Brain Buster and Bulldog/Harts battles. If you are looking for a good wrestling documentary look elsewhere.
4 of 5 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars The World's Most Disappointing Tag Teams DVD Dec 2 2009
By SLK - Published on Amazon.com
Format:DVD
When I first heard about this I couldn't wait for it to be released. I expected a format like WWE's Greatest Wrestling Superstars of the 80's, but once I saw DX on the cover then I had a feeling the DVD wasn't going to deliver. DX is one of several teams thrown together purely for entertainment value and nothing else. There were quite a few teams featured that I would never consider great (i.e. The Smokin' Gunns).

The bios were quick clips (with no real background or history) and then a match featuring the team. I hate this format. WWE needs to lay out the DVD like they did with the "80's superstars" - bios & history, then put the matches in the extras menu.

It's too bad that the WWE seems more interested in just churning out DVDs expecting that fans will just buy them rather than putting out quality compilations. I've become a lot more selective due to the past few offerings.

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