The 10 best Traditional Survivor Series Elimination Tag Team Matches

#10 The Million Dollar Team (Ted DiBiase, The Undertaker, Greg Valentine & The Honky Tonk Man) vs. The Dream Team (Dusty Rhodes, Koko B. Ware, Bret Hart & Jim Neidhart) (Survivor Series 1990)

The career of WWE’s most incomparable Superstar was birthed at Survivor Series 1990, and we’re not talking about The Gobbledy Gooker. Rather, The Million Dollar Team’s closely guarded mystery partner that night was revealed to be The Undertaker, who wasted no time in making a huge impression. Within the first minute, he economically dominated both members of The Hart Foundation and pinned Koko B. Ware, executing a total of executing seven moves — the seventh being the Tombstone — before gaining his first pinfall in WWE.

Watch The Undertaker's first Tombstone | DiBiase stuns "Hit Man"

An instant Phenom in the eyes of the WWE Universe, The Undertaker also eliminated The Dream Team’s blue-collar captain, Dusty Rhodes, before getting himself counted out of the ring. With The Deadman gone, Ted DiBiase didn’t get much help from his Rhythm & Blues backup, the shoe polish-haired Greg Valentine and The Honky Tonk Man, both of whom were eliminated. The match eventually settled down to a clinic between two second-generation grapplers, DiBiase and Bret Hart. Still a tag team wrestler, The “Hit Man” flashed glimpses of greatness to come as a singles competitor, but ultimately fell to the wherewithal of The Million Dollar Man. — JOHN CLAPP