WWE has always loved “odd pairings”. While the number of “odd pairing” storylines have definitely increased in the last 3 years (owing to The Bar’s incredible success), it’s something that has been around for a very long time. It’s just that we’ve been seeing it a lot more lately. Regardless, it’s not always going to work out.
While some odd pairings prove to have some rather interesting chemistry right off the bat, some have to develop it over time and some pairs simply don’t have it with each other. In this list, we take a look at five different odd pairing teams that we’ve seen in 2019 and rank the very best of them.
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