10 Worst WWE Tag Team Break-Ups

Worst WWE tag team break-ups ever

9. Y2AJ


When AJ Styles first debuted for WWE at the 2016 Royal Rumble, the minds of fans ran amok with ideas of dream matches and feuds for the Phenomenal One.

He soon settled into a programme with Chris Jericho, whom he beat on the Raw after his debut and then again at Fastlane. Jericho extended the olive branch to his adversary, saying that they should form a tag team together after the February pay-per-view, giving birth to Y2AJ. 

Y2AJ quickly picked up a pair of wins over tag champs The New Day, leading to a title match between the two duos on Raw. The champions retained, which led to Jericho turning on his partner after all of three weeks together.

Styles and Jericho went through about half a year’s worth of storyline beats in less than a month. They feuded, they got together, they split up, and then they had a match at WrestleMania.

Putting these two in a team in the first place was a really weird idea, and their breakup shortly thereafter was even stranger.

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