HoPWF Tag Team Championship

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HoPWF Tag Team Championship
Details
Current champion(s) Killer Studs
Date won May 13, 2008
Date established January 20, 1998
Promotion House of Pain Wrestling Federation

The HoPWF Tag Team Championship is the top professional wrestling tag team title in the House of Pain Wrestling Federation promotion. It was created on January 20, 1998, when Gutterboy & Randy The Violator defeated Flex Fenom & Shorty Smalls in Hagerstown, Maryland. The title is defended primarily in the Mid-Atlantic and East Coast, most often in Hagerstown, Maryland, but also in Pennsylvania and West Virginia.[1] There are 44 recognized known teams with a total of 54 title reigns.[2]

Title history[edit]

Wrestler: Times: Date: Location: Notes:
Gutterboy & Randy The Violator 1 January 20, 1998 Hagerstown, Maryland Defeated Flex Fenom & Shorty Smalls to become first tag team champions.[1][2]
The Beverly Hillbillies
(Jack Hammer & Slickyboy)
1 March 3, 1998 Hagerstown, Maryland [1][2]
The Grungers
(Skank & Gutterboy)
1 March 31, 1998 Hagerstown, Maryland [1][2]
The titles are vacated when The Grungers and Professor Egon Ecton lose a 6-man tag team match to John Rambo, Jack Hammer & Fumer on May 16, 1998.[1][2]
The Grungers 2 June 2, 1998 Hagerstown, Maryland Won tag team tournament when the last two teams in the semi-finals were disqualified.[1][2]
Violator & Biggs 1 June 9, 1998 Hagerstown, Maryland [1][2]
The Untouchables
(Aidean & Flex Fenom)
1 July 14, 1998 Hagerstown, Maryland [1][2]
Flex Fenom (2) & Latin Lover 1 October 20, 1998 Hagerstown, Maryland Defeated Aidean & Mike Lawson.[1][2]
Morgus the Maniac & Dave Donovan 1 February 2, 1999 [1][2]
The titles are vacated in April 1999.[1][2]
The Grungers 3 April 6, 1999 Defeated Steve Vaughn & Jerkface to win vacant titles.[1][2]
The titles are vacated in Summer 1999.[1][2]
Kurt Keizer & Jerkface 1 July 27, 1999 Defeated The Highwaymen and Slickboy & OGB in three way dance to win the vacant titles.[1][2]
Cannonball & Bruiser Blackwell 1 October 9, 1999 [1][2]
Spazman Brian Anthony & Aidean (2) 1 October 23, 1999 Defeated Cannonball & Bruiser Blackwell and Morgus the Maniac & Hardrock Hamilton in a Triple Threat match.[1][2]
Jimmy Jessup & The Freak 1 March 14, 2000 Hagerstown, Maryland [1][2]
The Highwaymen
(Jake Davis & Leslie Leatherman)
1 May 2, 2000 Hagerstown, Maryland [1][2]
OGB & The Doc 1 January 23, 2001 Hagerstown, Maryland [1][2]
The titles are vacated on March 16, 2001.[1]
Rob Noxious & The American Jackass 1 March 20, 2001 Defeated Chewey & King Tut in tournament final to win the vacant titles.[1][2]
The titles are vacated on April 10, 2001, when Rob Noxious & American Jackass failed to appear for a scheduled title defense.[1][2]
The Highwaymen 2 April 10, 2001 Defeated Scott & Slickyboy to win the vacant titles.[1][2]
The Big New Yorkers
(Slicky D & Jerkface)
1 June 19, 2001 Hagerstown, Maryland [1][2]
House of Pain Bullies
(Skagnetti & Gutterboy)
1 July 4, 2001 Awarded titles when Slicky D failed to arrive.[1][2]
The Big New Yorkers 2 July 24, 2001 Hagerstown, Maryland Awarded titles via forfeit when Skagnetti failed to arrive.[1][2]
Gutterboy (4) & Master of Disaster 1 July 24, 2001 Hagerstown, Maryland [1][2]
The titles are vacated in 2001, when Gutterboy retires.[1][2]
Spazman Anthony & Jake Davis (2) 1 October 16, 2001 Hagerstown, Maryland Defeated Leslie Leatherman & Flex Fenom to win the vacant titles.[1][2]
Jack Hammer (2) & Latin Tornado 1 December 29, 2001 Hagerstown, Maryland [1][2]
The Untouchables 2 March 9, 2002 Hagerstown, Maryland [1][2]
Jack Hammer (3) & Latin Tornado (2) 2 March 22, 2002 Newville, Pennsylvania [1][2]
American Jackass (2) & Hyjinx 1 July 4, 2002 Hagerstown, Maryland Awarded titles via forfeit when Latin Tornado failed to arrive.[1][2]
Jack Hammer (4) & Duece is Wild 1 July 4, 2002 Hagerstown, Maryland [1][2]
"Epic" Cashus Carter & Chuckie Manson 1 December 3, 2002 Hagerstown, Maryland [1][2]
Snatch Haggis & The Freak (2) 1 February 1, 2003 Blue Ridge Summit, Pennsylvania [1][2]
The Highwaymen 3 March 5, 2003 Greencastle, Pennsylvania [1][2]
Snatch Haggis (2) & The Freak (3) 2 May 14, 2003 Newville, Pennsylvania Awarded titles via forfeit when Leslie Letherman failed to appear.[1]
The Goodfellos
(Shorty Smalls & Duece Donatelli)
1 June 23, 2003 Martinsburg, West Virginia [1][2]
The Collegiates
(Dexter Alexander & Jesse Valentine)
1 August 16, 2003 Blue Ridge Summit, Pennsylvania [1][2]
Snatch Haggis (3) & Shawn Patrick 1 September 2, 2003 Awarded titles when Alexander and Valentine surrender the championship.[1][2]
Old School
(Kevin Featherstone & Scott Vaughn)
1 October 4, 2003 Blue Ridge Summit, Pennsylvania [1][2]
The titles are vacated on January 6, 2004, when Kevin Featherstone is injured.[1][2]
Nikolai Volkoff & Morgus The Maniac (2) 1 January 10, 2004 Martinsburg, West Virginia Defeated Shorty Smallz & Deuce Donnatelli to win the vacant titles.[1][2]
The titles are vacated on June 24, 2004, when Volkoff and Morgus are stripped for failing to defend the titles within a 60-day period.[1][2]
Old School 2 July 3, 2004 Hagerstown, Maryland Defeated R.D. Lov’n & Deuce Donnatelli to win the vacant titles.[1][2]
The Super Destroyers
(A.J. Petrucci & Doug Stahl)
1 March 19, 2005 Newville, Pennsylvania [2]
The titles are vacated on October 10, 2005, when The Super Destroyers fail to appear for a scheduled title defense.[2]
Savannah Jack & Brooklyn Panther 1 October 10, 2005 Defeated Lawless & Prodigy and Nicholas Tide & Mike Rattick to win the vacant title.[2]
The Goodfellos 2 October 15, 2005 Martinsburg, West Virginia [2]
Gutterboy & Jason Static 1 December 3, 2005 Waynesboro, Pennsylvania [2]
The titles are vacated on January 14, 2006, when Gutterboy & Jason Static fail to appear for a scheduled title defense.[2]
Blackhawk & The Freak 1 January 14, 2006 Defeated Jeremy "Izzy" Stone & Chris Cline to win the vacant title.[2]
The titles are vacated on February 11, 2006, when Blackhawk & The Freak fail to appear for a scheduled title defense.[2]
Crucial Impact
(Doken & Harlen Kano)
1 February 11, 2006 Waynesboro, Pennsylvania Defeated Jah King & Justin Cage to win the vacant title.[2]
Brooklyn Panther & Chris Cline 1 April 11, 2006 Defeated Shorty Smalls & Kevin Featherstone to win the vacant title.[2]
The titles are vacated on July 1, 2006.[2]
The Freak & Brooklyn Panther 1 July 22, 2006 Hagerstown, Maryland Defeated Wild Boyz (Chris Cline & Robbie Paige) to win the vacant title.[2]
The titles are vacated on October 11, 2006.[2]
The Freak & Professor Egon Ecton 1 October 14, 2006 Hagerstown, Maryland Defeated Chris Cline & Robbie Paige for the vacant title.[2]
The titles are vacated on November 4, 2006, when The Freak failed to appear for a scheduled title defense.[2]
Professor Egon Ecton & OGB 1 November 4, 2006 Hagerstown, Maryland Defeated Wild Boyz to win the vacant title.[2]
"Wildman" Robbie Paige & Jeremy "Izzy" Stoned 1 April 7, 2007 Hagerstown, Maryland Defeated Professor Egon Ecton and Mr. Viper for the vacant titles.[2]
The titles are vacated on September 4, 2007, when Jeremy "Izzy" Stoned failed to appear for a scheduled title defense.[2]
Professor Egon Ecton & "Big Time" Cory Bush 1 September 4, 2007 Hagerstown, Maryland Defeated Robbie Paige & Chris Cline.[2]
Wild Boyz
("Wildman" Robbie Paige & "Pretty Boy" Chris Cline)
1 October 16, 2007 Hagerstown, Maryland Cory Bush defended the title by himself after his partner Professor Egon Ecton was unable to appear for the match.[2]
Lawless & Tremor 1 October 23, 2007 Hagerstown, Maryland Defeated Coast-To-Coast (Ray Valasco & Tray Blaylock) when Chris Cline & Robbie Paige were unable to defend the title.[2]
The titles are vacated on March 29, 2008, when Lawless left the promotion.[2]
Latin Hit Squad
(Enforcer & Rush)
1 March 29, 2008 Martinsburg, West Virginia Defeated Bigtime Cory Bush & Tremor for the vacant title.[2]
The titles are vacated on April 26, 2008, when the Latin Hit Squad failed to appear for a scheduled title defense.[2]
Heavy Hitters
("Bigtime" Cory Bush & Tremor)
1 April 26, 2008 Hagerstown, Maryland Defeated Jeremy "Izzy" Stoned & Brandon Scott to win the vacant title.[2]
Killer Studs
(Gustin Uberstud & Brandon Scott)
1 May 13, 2008 Hagerstown, Maryland [2]

References[edit]

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  2. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w x y z aa ab ac ad ae af ag ah ai aj ak al am an ao ap aq ar as at au av aw ax ay az ba bb bc bd be bf bg bh bi bj bk bl bm bn bo bp bq br "HoPWF Tag Team Champions History". House of Pain Wrestling Federation. Archived from the original on 2008-06-26. Retrieved 2010-05-04.