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Attitude Era Tag-Team Returning to WWE

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(WWE CEO Vince McMahon)

The Headbangers, Moss and Thrasher are assumed to be returning on WWE SmackDown Live for a one-off appearance next week.

The popular tag team who wrestled for WWE from late 1996-2000 captured WWF Tag Team gold in 1997. Thrasher also won the WWF Hardcore Championship during a 13 man Hardcore Battle Royal at WrestleMania 2000.

A social media post from Mosh may have spoiled the return, it has since been removed.

Chaz Warrington (Mosh) posted earlier today on Facebook that he’s been dreaming of stepping back into a WWE ring.

“This dream/wish will come true this Tuesday night in Dallas, Tx!!! I will be on WWE’s Smackdown Live Show on the USA Network!! Not only will he see me in ring but he’ll be able to watch it Live on TV!! This is truly a dream come true for me and I’m beyond excited!!!”

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