AAA World Tag Team Championship

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AAA World Tag Team Championship
Details
Promotion Lucha Libre AAA Worldwide
Date established March 18, 2007
Current champion(s) El Texano Jr. and Rey Escorpión
Date won March 25, 2018

The AAA World Tag Team Championship (Campeonato en Parejas AAA in Spanish) is the main tag team title contested for in the Mexican lucha libre promotion Lucha Libre AAA Worldwide (AAA). In 1993 AAA created the first version of the AAA World Tag team championship, technically the AAA/IWC (International Wrestling Council) World Tag Team titles. The belts used for the AAA/IWC titles were the old NWA Pacific Northwest Tag Team Championship belts. The original version was abandoned upon Art Barr’s death in 1994.[1] In 2007 AAA created a new World tag team title to replace the Comisión de Box y Lucha Libre Mexico D.F. controlled Mexican National Tag Team Championship.[2] The titles are listed here separately as they share names but not lineage. Being a professional wrestling championship, it is not won legitimately: it is instead won via a scripted ending to a match or awarded to a wrestler because of a storyline.

Current champions[edit]

El Texano Jr. and Rey Escorpión are the current champions in their first reign. They defeated Dark Cuervo and Dark Escoria for the titles at Lucha Libre AAA Worldwide on March 25, 2018.

AAA/IWC World Tag Team Title history[edit]

Key
No. Overall reign number
Reign Reign number for the specific champion
Days Number of days held
No. Champion Championship change Reign statistics Notes Ref.
Date Event Location Reign Days
 1  El Hijo del Santo and Octagón  November 5, 1993  Live event Tonalá, Jalisco  1  260 Defeated Los Gringos Locos (Art Barr and Eddy Guerrero) to become the first champions. [1]
 2  Los Gringos Locos
(Art Barr and Eddie Guerrero)
 July 23, 1994  Live event Chicago, Illinois  1  123   [1]
Vacated  November 23, 1994 Championship vacated when Barr was found dead in Springfield, Oregon. [1]

AAA World Tag Team Title history[edit]

Key
No. Overall reign number
Reign Reign number for the specific champion
Days Number of days held
+ Current reign is changing daily
No. Champion Championship change Reign statistics Notes Ref.
Date Event Location Reign Days
1 The Black Family
(Dark Cuervo and Dark Ozz)
March 18, 2007 Rey de Reyes (2007) Naucalpan, State of Mexico 1 119 Defeated the teams of Crazy Boy and Joe Lider, Alan Stone and Zumbido and Pegasso and Super Fly in the elimination final match of the tournament. [2]
2 Mexican Powers
(Crazy Boy and Joe Líder)
July 15, 2007 Triplemanía XV Naucalpan, State of Mexico 1 287   [2]
3 La Familia de Tijuana
(Halloween and Extreme Tiger)
April 27, 2008 AAA Sin Límite TV Taping Zapopan, Jalisco 1 143   [3]
4 La Hermandad 187
(Joe Líder (2) and Nicho el Millonario)
September 14, 2008 Verano de Escándalo (2008) Zapopan, Jalisco 1 551 Defeated La Familia de Tijuana, the Mexican Powers and The Hart Foundation 2.0 in a four-way ladder match. [3]
5 La Legión Extranjera
(Taiji Ishimori and Takeshi Morishima)
March 19, 2010 AAA Sin Límite TV Tsaping Mexico City 1 65   [4]
6 Atsushi Aoki and Go Shiozaki May 23, 2010 NOAH Navigation With Breeze - Day 1 Niigata, Japan 1 14   [5]
7 Los Maniacos
(Silver King and Último Gladiador)
June 6, 2010 Triplemanía XVIII Mexico City 1 288   [6]
8 Extreme Tiger (2) and Jack Evans March 21, 2011 AAA Sin Límite TV Taping León, Guanajuato 1 202   [7]
9 La Legión Extranjera
(Abyss and Chessman)
October 9, 2011 Héroes Inmortales (2011) Monterrey, Nuevo León 1 364 This was a Tables, Ladders, and Chairs match. [8]
10 Joe Líder (3) and Vampiro October 7, 2012 Héroes Inmortales (2012) San Luis Potosí, San Luis Potosí 1 227   [9]
Vacated May 22, 2013   [10]
11 Mexican Powers
(Crazy Boy (2) and Joe Líder (4))
June 16, 2013 Triplemanía XXI Mexico City 2 124 Defeated Angélico and Jack Evans, Drago and Fénix, Los Mamitos (Mr. E and Sexy B) and Los Perros del Mal (Daga and Psicosis) in a five-way elimination match to win the vacant title. [11]
12 Los Güeros del Cielo
(Angélico and Jack Evans (2)
October 18, 2013 Héroes Inmortales VII Puebla, Puebla 1 415 Defeated Mexican Powers, Aero Star and Drago, and La Secta (Dark Escoria and Dark Espíritu) in a four-way match to win the title. [12]
13 Los Perros del Mal
(Joe Líder (5) and Pentagón Jr.)
December 7, 2014 Guerra de Titanes (2014) Zapopan, Jalisco 1 301 This was a three-way match, also involving Fénix and Myzteziz. [13]
14 Los Güeros del Cielo
(Angélico and Jack Evans (3)
October 4, 2015 Héroes Inmortales IX San Luis Potosí, San Luis Potosí 2 110 Defeated Los Perros del Mal and Daga and Steve Pain in a three-way match to win the title. [14]
Vacated January 22, 2016 Guerra de Titanes (2016) Zapopan, Jalisco Title vacated due to Angélico suffering a leg injury. [15]
15 Los Hell Brothers
(Averno and Chessman (2))
January 22, 2016 Guerra de Titanes (2016) Zapopan, Jalisco 1 177 Defeated Aero Star and Fénix and Máscara Año 2000 Jr. and Villano IV in a three-way elimination match to win the vacant title. [15]
16 Los Güeros del Cielo
(Angélico and Jack Evans (4)
July 17, 2016 AAA Sin Límite Oaxaca, Oaxaca 3 42 This was a three-way match, also involving Los Psycho Circus (Monster Clown and Murder Clown). [16]
17 Aero Star and Drago August 28, 2016 Triplemanía XXIV Mexico City 1 215 This was a four-way match, also involving Paul London and Matt Cross, Hijo del Fantasma and Garza Jr. [17]
18 Dark Family
(Cuervo (2) and Scoria)
March 31, 2017 AAA Worldwide Nezahualcoyotl 1 56 [18]
19 El Mesías and Pagano May 26, 2017 AAA Worldwide Mexico City 1 9 [19]
20 Dark Family
(Cuervo (3) and Scoria (2))
June 4, 2017 Verano de Escándalo Ciudad Juárez, Chihuahua 2 83 This was a four-way match, also involving Aero Star and Drago, and Bengala and Australian Suicide. [20]
21 Los Totalmente Traidores
Monster Clown and Murder Clown
August 26, 2017 Triplemanía XXV Mexico City 1 112 This was a four-way match, also involving Aero Star and Drago, and DJZ & Andrew Everett. [21]
22 Dark Family
(Cuervo (4) and Scoria (3))
December 16, 2017 Lucha Libre AAA Worldwide Mexico City 3 99 This was a four-way match, also involving Los Vipers (Psicosis & Histeria) [22]
23 Los Mercenarios
(El Texano Jr. and Rey Escorpión)
March 25, 2018 Lucha Libre AAA Worldwide Monterrey, Nuevo León 1 211+

List of combined reigns[edit]

Indicates the current champions

By team[edit]

Rank Team No. of reigns Combined days
1 Joe Líder and Nicho el Millonario
(La Hermandad 187)
1 551
2 Angélico and Jack Evans
(Los Güeros del Cielo)
3 567
3 Crazy Boy and Joe Líder
(Mexican Powers)
2 411
4 Abyss and Chessman
(La Legión Extranjera)
1 364
5 Joe Líder and Pentagón Jr.
(Los Perros del Mal)
1 301
6 Silver King and Último Gladiador
(Los Maniacos)
1 288
7 Cuervo and Scoria
(Dark Family)
3 238
8 Joe Líder and Vampiro 1 227
9 Aero Star and Drago 1 215
10 El Texano Jr. and Rey Escorpión
(Los Mercenarios)
1 211+
11 Extreme Tiger and Jack Evans 1 202
12 Averno and Chessman
(Los Hell Brothers)
1 177
13 Extreme Tiger and Halloween
(La Familia de Tijuana)
1 143
14 Dark Cuervo and Dark Ozz
(The Black Family)
1 119
15 Monster Clown and Murder Clown
(Los Totalmente Traidores)
1 112
16 Taiji Ishimori and Takeshi Morishima
(La Legión Extranjera)
1 65
17 Atsushi Aoki and Go Shiozaki 1 14
18 El Mesías and Pagano 1 9

By wrestler[edit]

Indicates the current champion
Rank Wrestler No. of reigns Combined days
1 Joe Líder 5 1,490
2 Jack Evans 4 769
3 Nicho el Millonario 1 551
4 Chessman 2 541
5 Angélico 3 567
6 Crazy Boy 2 411
7 Abyss 1 364
8 Dark Cuervo/Cuervo 4 358
9 Extreme Tiger 2 345
10 Pentagón Jr. 1 301
11 Silver King 2 288
Último Gladiador 1 288
13 Scoria 3 238
14 Vampiro 1 227
15 Aero Star 1 215
Drago 1 215
17 El Texano Jr. 1 211+
Rey Escorpión 1 211+
19 Averno 1 177
20 Halloween 1 143
21 Dark Ozz 1 119
22 Monster Clown 1 112
Murder Clown 1 112
24 Taiji Ishimori 1 65
Takeshi Morishima 1 65
26 Atsushi Aoki 1 14
Go Shiozaki 1 14
28 El Mesías 1 9
Pagano 1 9

References[edit]

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