The 10 coolest Superstar alliances

#10 Bret “Hitman” Hart & “Macho Man” Randy Savage

On paper, these two grapplers should have mixed together about as well as oil and water. That is to say, they shouldn’t have mixed together at all.

Personality-wise, Bret Hart and Randy Savage were about as different as two people could be; the flamboyant and outspoken “Macho Man's” style serving contradictory in almost every way to The Hit Man’s subtle, direct approach to trash talk.

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But inside the ring, both competitors shared an uncanny knack for backing up whatever pre-match jawing they may have spit out. Incredibly skilled ring technicians, both Hart and Savage were among the very best grapplers of their — or any — generation. Their histories are essentially a greatest hits compilation.

So in 1992, when The Hit Man joined ranks with the “Macho Man” to take on Ric Flair & Shawn Michaels, the WWE Universe was in for some awesome tag team action. And, come to think of it, this pairing has shades (get it?) of Bryan & Punk, which is precisely why we kick off the list with Hart & Savage.