Brian Kendrick and Paul London
Paul London and Brian Kendrick were a professional wrestling tag team best known for their time together in World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE). The team never had an official team name, and were simply referred to as «the tag team of London and Kendrick.» In 2006, London and Kendrick tried to convince WWE management to refer to them «The Hooliganz», going so far as having it incorporated into their wrestling attire, but were unsuccessful in their attempts.
They first began teaming together in 2003 as a part of WWE, but Kendrick left the company shortly thereafter. When he returned in mid-2005, he and London reunited as a tag team. In May 2006, the duo won the WWE Tag Team Championship from MNM ; it was Kendrick’s first title victory with the company, and London’s third. Their reign was the longest since WWE created the title in 2002, and they became the fourth longest-reigПing tag team champions in the company’s history, finally dropping the titles to Deuce ‘n Domino in April 2007.
Later in 2007, London and Kendrick were drafted from SmackDown to the Raw brand, where they briefly held the World Tag Team Championship. They would continue to work together until Kendrick was drafted back to SmackDown in the 2008 supplemental draft. thus disbanding the team until 2010, when they reunited in Pro Wrestling Guerrilla following their releases from WWE. They have since reunited on several occasions.