NWA World Tag Team Championship (Florida version)

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The Florida version of the NWA World Tag Team Championship existed from 1961 until 1969.[1]

Title history[edit]

Wrestlers: Reigns together: Date: Place: Notes:
Kurt & Karl Von Brauner 1 January 1961 Florida
Eddie Graham & Ike Eakins 1 August 15, 1961 Jacksonville, FL
Kurt & Karl Von Brauner 2 August 22, 1961 Tampa, FL
Vacated 1961 Titles vacant
Kurt & Karl Von Brauner 3 September 7, 1961 Jacksonville, FL Defeat Ike Eakins & Eddie Graham in tournament final
Don Curtis & Joe Scarpa 1 March 29, 1962 Jacksonville, FL
Vacated 1962 Titles vacant
Kurt & Karl Von Brauner 4 June 14, 1962 Jacksonville, FL Defeat Don Curtis & Georgia Boy Smith in tournament
Assassins 1 & 2 1 July 5, 1962 Jacksonville, FL
Vacated August 1962 Titles vacant
Boris Malenko & Russian Crusher 1 August 30, 1962 Jacksonville, FL Defeat The Kentuckians in tournament final
Tony Baillargeon & Maurice Lapoine 1 October 13, 1962 Tampa, FL
The Fabulous Kangaroos
(Al Costello and Roy Heffernan)
1 November 22, 1962 Jacksonville, FL
Don Curtis & Mark Lewin 1 January 24, 1963 Florida
Vacated January 1963 Titles vacant
Kurt & Karl Von Brauner 5 January 29, 1963 Jacksonville, FL Defeat Yukon Eric & Don Curtis in tournament final
Alberto & Ramon Torres 1 April 1963 Florida
Hiro Matsuda & Duke Keomuka 1 June 6, 1963 Jacksonville, FL
Vacated 1963 Titles vacant
Kurt & Karl Von Brauner 6 September 5, 1963 Jacksonville, FL Defeat Assassins in tournament final
Assassins 1 & 2 2 November 1963 Florida
Don Curtis & Mark Lewin 2 November 21, 1963 Jacksonville, FL
Vacated January 1964 Lewin leaves promotion
Skull Murphy & Brute Bernard 1 January 28, 1964 Tampa, FL Defeat Don Curtis & Haystacks Calhoun
Hiro Matsuda & Duke Keomuka 2 March 10, 1964 Tampa, FL
Skull Murphy & Brute Bernard 2 1964 Tampa, FL
Hiro Matsuda & Duke Keomuka 3 1964 Tampa, FL
Don Curtis (3) & Abe Jacobs 1 May 5, 1964 Tampa, FL
Chris & John Tolos 1 June 11, 1964 Jacksonville, FL
Eddie Graham & Sam Steamboat 1 June 23, 1964 Tampa, FL
Tarzan & Tim Tyler 1 November 3, 1964 Tampa, FL
Eddie Graham & Sam Steamboat 2 December 10, 1964 Jacksonville, FL
Tarzan Tyler & Fred Blassie 1 January 27, 1965 Jacksonville, FL
Hiro Matsuda & Duke Keomuka 4 March 22, 1965 Tampa, FL
Rip Hawk & Swede Hanson 1 August 3, 1965 Tampa, FL
Sam Steamboat (3) & Ron Etchison 1 October 2, 1965 Tampa, FL
Kurt & Skull Von Stroheim 1 October 23, 1965 Tampa, FL
Hiro Matsuda & Dick Steinborn (2) 1 November 24, 1965 Jacksonville, FL
Dick Steinborn (3) 1 December 9, 1965 Jacksonville, FL Defeats Matsuda for both belts
Vacated January 1966 Steinborn leaves area
The Medics 1 February 22, 1966 Tampa, FL Defeat Jose Lothario & Tito Carreron in tournament
Eddie Graham & Bob Orton 1 April 19, 1966 Tampa, FL
Vacated May 1966 Titles vacant
Eddie Graham & Bob Orton 2 May 17, 1966 Tampa, FL Win a three-team tournament.
Vacated May 1966 Orton leaves area
Jose Lothario & Wahoo McDaniel 1 June 28, 1966 Jacksonville, FL
Vacated July 1966 McDaniel told by Miami Dolphins to stop wrestling
"Infernos" Frankie Cain & Rocky Smith 1 October 6, 1966 Jacksonville, FL
Jose Lothario & Eddie Graham 1 October 25, 1966 Tampa, FL
"Infernos" Frankie Cain & Rocky Smith 2 November 3, 1966 Tampa, FL
Jose Lothario & Sam Steamboat (4) 1 November 29, 1966 Tampa, FL
"Infernos" Frankie Cain & Rocky Smith 3 December 13, 1966 Tampa, FL
Sputnik & Rocket Monroe 1 April 4, 1967 Tampa, FL
Jose Lothario (3) & Wahoo McDaniel 2 May 9, 1967 Florida
Sputnik & Rocket Monroe 2 May 25, 1967 Jacksonville, FL
Eddie Graham & Sam Steamboat (5) 3 July 13, 1967 Jacksonville, FL
Kurt & Skull Von Stroheim 2 September 5, 1967 Tampa, FL
Paul DeMarco & Lorenzo Parente 1 October 24, 1967 Tampa, FL
Terry & Ron Garvin 1 November 21, 1967 Tampa, FL
Paul DeMarco & Lorenzo Parente 2 January 16, 1968 Tampa, FL
"Infernos" Frankie Cain & Rocky Smith 4 February 13, 1968 Tampa, FL
Masked Infernos 1 February 11, 1969 Tampa, FL
Titles retired 1969 Titles abandoned

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References[edit]

  1. ^ Royal Duncan & Gary Will (2006). Wrestling Title Histories (4th ed.). Archeus Communications. ISBN 0-9698161-5-4.