Buzz·Posted on 17 Feb 201519 Of The Most Epic Bromances In WWE HistoryKeep your friends close, and your bros closer.by Nick WrayBuzzFeed Motion Pictures StaffFacebookPinterestTwitterMailLink WWE released their top 10 bromances, but they missed a few... 19. Darren Young and Titus O'Neill WWE A bromance that is definitely worth millions of dollars! But compared to other bromances in the company, they have a long way to go. 18. Paul London and Brian Kendrick WWE The high-flyers love nothing more than high energy matches, and bro'ing out to the extreme. 17. Finn Bálor and Hideo Itami WWE Two bros who have traveled the world together for almost a decade to perfect their craft, both making it to the WWE in 2014. Still fresh in the eyes of the fans, this bromance still has a long way to go. 16. Tyler Breeze and his phone. WWE #MMMGORGEOUS. No further explanation needed. 15. Kane and Rob Van Dam WWE WWE’s resident odd couple had few similarities, but they connected on one thing - the importance of a bro. 14. The Shield WWE Even though the bromance of two years came to an abrupt end, Dean Ambrose, Roman Reigns and Seth Rollins of The Shield did everything together, including wetting each other's hair every night before going to the ring. Believe in the bromance. 13. The Miz and John Morrison WWE The (self–proclaimed) Greatest Tag Team of the 21st Century. We love this bromance because of many things. But the main one was their weekly web series, The Dirt Sheet which saw them epically rip on other WWE superstars. 12. Booker T and Goldust WWE Goldust seemed obsessed with Booker T at times, making people see this bromance as one-way. But we know deep down Booker would be lost without his other half. 11. "Mr Perfect" Curt Henning and "The Genius" Lanny Poffo WWE What are the two biggest powers? Brains and strength, which these bros had. Simply perfect. 10. Christian and Chris Jericho WWE Lacking some vitamin C? Sure, they were never "brothers" Edge and Christian, but these two proud Canadians were that in-sync in the ring and on the microphone, people thought they were brothers. 9. Brock Lesnar and Kurt Angle WWE Two real life amateur-turned-professional wrestlers seeing who was the best at what they did. Because what does every healthy bromance need? Competition. 8. Kane and Daniel Bryan WWE Two bros who perfected the term "hug it out." Another odd-couple who had nothing in common, and were able to work together and have their bromance be one of the most entertaining things on WWE television for the better part of a year. 7. Jerry "The King" Lawler and Jim Ross WWE They sat together every Monday night for over a decade, calling WWE Raw. We know they complete each other. 6. "Stone Cold" Steve Austin and Mr McMahon WWE Two men who had one of the greatest rivalries in history, were to get on the same page, igniting a bromance of epic proportions. 5. Billy and Chuck WWE "YOOOUUUUU LOOOOOOKKKKK SOOOOOOOO, GOOOOD TO ME." Two bros who were so close, that they actually got together. Now that's bromantic. 4. Paul Heyman and CM Punk WWE CM Punk is a Paul Heyman bro. When two of the greatest talkers in wrestling came together on screen, it's bound to be epic. But behind the scenes, Paul Heyman was one of the few people in WWE who saw the potential in CM Punk when he first arrived in the company. 3. The Rock and Mick Foley WWE There ain't no Rock, without the sock! Two rivals turned friends provided us with some of the most memorable and entertaining segments in WWE history as The Rock n Sock Connection. 2. "Macho Man" Randy Savage and Hulk Hogan WWE The original bromance in professional wrestling. The two had classic matches, and a friendship that lasted decades until Savage's tragic passing in 2011. 1. Triple H and Shawn Michaels WWE The two founding members of D-Generation X have gone from being the best of friends to the harshest of enemies and back again to rekindle their bromance. And if you're not down with that, they've got two words for ya.