When you get a look at a tag team like War Machine, they evoke a lot of the same emotions as classic '80s and '90s tag teams like Demolition and the Legion of Doom.
They can certainly throw down with the best of 'em, but it's their in-ring versatility, willingness to take risks and charisma that's taken them from a good, up-and-coming tag team to one of the standout duos in all of professional wrestling.
War Machine was already on the rise by the time they earned their first Ring of Honor tag title reign in early 2016, but things reached an entirely different level with their first shot competing for New Japan Pro Wrestling during their World Tag League tournament.
After a three-team whirlwind of a match at Ring of Honor's Best in the World pay-per-view last weekend against The Young Bucks and Best Friends (Beretta and Chuck Taylor), War Machine gets their rematch against Guerrillas of Destiny as part of the first-ever NJPW G1 Special on Saturday in Long Beach, California.
People can try to copy our look, or emulate us in certain aspects, but I know that because of the reality of who we are and because of where we're coming from, we are more true to that design, in that look, in that persona than anybody else.
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