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David Hart Smith - Professional Wrestling Career - World Wrestling Entertainment / WWE - The Hart Dynasty and Departure (2009–2011)
... At the WWE Bragging Rights pay-per-view in October, Smith and Kidd competed in a seven-on-seven tag match with Chris Jericho, Kane, Finlay, Matt Hardy and R-Truth as Team SmackDown to ... In December 2009, they challenged D-Generation X for the Unified WWE Tag Team Championship, but were unsuccessful ... Hart during his match against Vince McMahon, and the following night on Raw they defeated the Unified WWE Tag Team Champions ShoMiz (The Big Show and The Miz) in a non-title match at Hart's behest, effectively ...
Mark Henry - Professional Wrestling Career - World Wrestling Federation / Entertainment / WWE - Various Tag Team Partners and Pursuit of The Unified WWE Tag Team Championships (2009–2011)
... In August 2009, Henry formed a tag team with Montel Vontavious Porter,the two formed a tag team called The World's Strongest Tag Team and the two challenged the Unified WWE Tag Team Champions Jeri-Show (Chris ... episode of Raw in which they defeated the Unified WWE Tag Team Champions The Big Show and The Miz in a non-title match ... At Extreme Rules, Henry and MVP fought for a chance to become number one contenders to the Unified WWE Tag Team Championships, but were the second team eliminated in a gauntlet ...

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