Nobody loved Rene Dupree more than, well, Rene Dupree.
The cocky grappler believed he was the greatest Superstar to ever grace a WWE ring. Unfortunately for his detractors, Dupree's
early ring efforts certainly backed his boastful claims. In June 2003, a little more than a month after his in-ring debut,
Dupree and his partner, Sylvain Grenier, defeated
with Kane and Rob Van Dam
to capture the World Tag Team Championship. The victory proved historic, as it put Dupree in the record books as the youngest
tag champ in WWE history at 19-years-old. Collectively known as La Resistance, Dupree and Grenier dominated the Raw tag team
division until he was drafted to SmackDown in March 2004.
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As a member of SmackDown, Dupree continued his tag team excellence, this time with partner Kenzo Suzuki. The duo defeated
and Paul London
for the WWE Tag Team Championship in September 2004. They held the titles for three months before losing to Rey Mysterio
and Van Dam. Following the loss, Dupree struggled to get back on track. He bounced around from SmackDown to Raw to ECW before
finally being releases from WWE on July 26, 2007.