Chikara Campeonatos de Parejas

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Campeonatos de Parejas
Hallowicked as champion.jpg
Hallowicked with one of the Campeonatos de Parejas belts
Details
Promotion Chikara
Date established February 26, 2006[1]
Current champion(s) Los Ice Creams (El Hijo del Ice Cream and Ice Cream Jr.)
Date won July 8, 2017

The Campeonatos de Parejas (Doubles championships) is a professional wrestling tag team championship contested for in the Philadelphia, Pennsylvania based promotion Chikara.

History[edit]

The Campeonatos de Parejas was introduced in February 2006. The creation of the title was the foundation of that year's Tag World Grand Prix tag team tournament, scheduled to be the final TWGP for the promotion. The title was to be awarded to the winning team of the tournament. The eventual winners were the team of Chris Hero and Claudio Castagnoli, The Kings of Wrestling, who defeated Milano Collection A.T. and Skayde (Team DragonDoor) in the finals of the tournament to be crowned the first Campeones de Parejas.

Earning a title shot[edit]

Former two-time champions, 3.0, celebrating their first title win over F.I.S.T.

This title, when compared to other titles, is unorthodox due to the nature of how a team earns a title shot. A team becomes eligible to challenge for the Campeonatos de Parejas as soon as they earn three points. Teams rack up points by winning tag team matches. As soon as they get the three points, they can challenge the reigning Campeones for the title. However, if they lose a match, the team loses all of their points and must start again. Essentially, when a duo wins three tag team matches in a row, they are eligible to have a title shot. As of You Only Live Twice, all previous points accumulated by teams have been reset and removed entirely. Per Lucha Libre tradition, title defenses are Campeones vs. Retadores in Two out of Three Falls match.

Reigns[edit]

The Kings of Wrestling (Chris Hero and Claudio Castagnoli) were the first champion in the title's history, having won the title on February 26, 2006.[1] Pieces of Hate (Jigsaw and The Shard) holds the record for the longest reign in the title's history, at 413 days. The Rumblebees (Solo Darling and Travis Huckabee) hold the record for the shortest reign, at less than one day. 3.0 (Scott Parker and Shane Matthews), Los Ice Creams (El Hijo del Ice Cream and Ice Cream Jr.) and F.I.S.T. (Chuck Taylor and Johnny Gargano) share the record for most reigns as a team with two, while Parker, Matthews, El Hijo del Ice Cream, Ice Cream Jr., Taylor, Gargano, Claudio Castagnoli and Jigsaw share the record for most reigns individually, also with two.[1] Overall, there have been 22 reigns shared among 36 different wrestlers and 19 teams. Los Ice Creams are the current champions in their second reign both individually and as a team.

Title history[edit]

# Order in reign history
Reign The reign number for the specific set of wrestlers listed
Event The event in which the title was won
Successful defenses The number of successful defenses the champions had during their reign
Wrestler name (#) The number represents the individual reigns of a wrestler when this is distinct from the tag team's reign.
Used for vacated reigns so as not to count it as an official reign
N/A The information is not available or is unknown
+ Indicates the current reign is changing daily
# Team Reign Date Days held Location Event Successful defenses Notes Ref.
1 The Kings of Wrestling
(Chris Hero and Claudio Castagnoli)
1 February 26, 2006 264 Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Tag World Grand Prix 2006: Night Three 2 Hero and Castagnoli defeated Milano Collection A.T. and Skayde in the finals of the Tag World Grand Prix 2006 tournament to become the first champions. [1]
2 Team F.I.S.T.
(Gran Akuma and Icarus)
1 November 17, 2006 343 Reading, Pennsylvania Brick 3   [1]
3 Incoherence
(Delirious and Hallowicked)
1 October 26, 2007 331 Reading, Pennsylvania Bruised 5 Delirious and Hallowicked defeated Icarus and Chuck Taylor, who replaced an injured Gran Akuma, to win the title. [1]
4 The Super Smash Bros.
(Player Dos and Player Uno)
1 September 21, 2008 28 Cleveland, Ohio Laying in the Gutter, Looking at the Stars 0   [1]
5 The Osirian Portal
(Amasis and Ophidian)
1 October 19, 2008 329 Philadelphia, Pennsylvania The Global Gauntlet: Night Two 3   [1]
6 The Colony
(Fire Ant and Soldier Ant)
1 September 13, 2009 188 Nashua, New Hampshire Hiding in Plain Sight 4   [1]
7 Bruderschaft des Kreuzes
(Ares and Claudio Castagnoli (2))
1 March 20, 2010 267 Easton, Pennsylvania Wit, Verve, and a Bit o' Nerve 4   [1]
8 Jigsaw and Mike Quackenbush 1 December 12, 2010 280 Reading, Pennsylvania Reality is Relative 2   [1]
9 F.I.S.T.
(Chuck Taylor and Johnny Gargano)
1 September 18, 2011 188 Manhattan, New York Martyr Yourself to Caution 4   [1]
10 3.0
(Scott Parker and Shane Matthews)
1 March 24, 2012 36 Vaughan, Ontario Green Ice 0 Parker and Matthews defeated Chuck Taylor and Icarus, who replaced an injured Johnny Gargano, to win the title. [1]
11 F.I.S.T.
(Chuck Taylor and Johnny Gargano)
2 April 29, 2012 34 Lafayette, Indiana The Contaminated Cowl 0   [1]
12 The Young Bucks
(Matt Jackson and Nick Jackson)
1 June 2, 2012 253 Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Chikarasaurus Rex: How to Hatch a Dinosaur 3   [1]
13 3.0
(Scott Parker and Shane Matthews)
2 February 10, 2013 112 Easton, Pennsylvania While the Dawn is Breaking 2   [1]
14 Pieces of Hate
(Jigsaw (2) and The Shard)
1 June 2, 2013 413 Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Aniversario: Never Compromise 0   [1]
15 The Throwbacks
(Dasher Hatfield and Mark Angelosetti)
1 July 20, 2014 139 Revere, Massachusetts The World is Not Enough 1   [2]
16 The Devastation Corporation
(Blaster McMassive and Max Smashmaster)
1 December 6, 2014 295 Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Tomorrow Never Dies 3   [3]
17 N_R_G
(Hype Rockwell and Race Jaxon)
1 September 27, 2015 300 Norfolk, Virginia The Marta Complex 3    
18 Los Ice Creams
(El Hijo del Ice Cream and Ice Cream Jr.)
1 July 23, 2016 4 Toronto, Ontario Back in the Habit 0   [4]
Vacated July 27, 2016 Title held up due to a referee error where Los Ice Creams had been awarded the title despite only winning the first fall in a two out of three falls match. [5]
19 Moustache Mountain
(Tyler Bate and Trent Seven)
1 August 21, 2016 105–132 Philadelphia, Pennsylvania No One's First, And You're Next 0 This was a double elimination tag team match, also involving The Devastation Corporation (Blaster McMassive and Flex Rumblecrunch), Los Ice Creams (El Hijo del Ice Cream and Ice Cream Jr.) and N_R_G (Hype Rockwell and Race Jaxon).
Vacated December 2016 Title vacated during season 17, which was taped in secret. The exact date is unknown.
20 Cornelius Crummels and Sonny Defarge 1 December 2016 189–216 Philadelphia, Pennsylvania The Shape of Things to Come 2 Crummels and Defarge defeated The Closers (Rick Roland and Sloan Caprice) and The Throwbacks (Dasher Hatfield and Mark Angelosetti) in a three-way match to win the vacant title. This match took place during season 17, which was taped in secret. The exact date of the title change is unknown.
21 The Rumblebees
(Solo Darling and Travis Huckabee)
1 July 8, 2017 <1 Gibsonville, North Carolina Lodger 0
22 Los Ice Creams
(El Hijo del Ice Cream and Ice Cream Jr.)
2 July 8, 2017 12+ Gibsonville, North Carolina Lodger 0

Combined reigns[edit]

Indicates the current champions
<1 Indicates that the reign lasted less than one day.
The Throwbacks (Dasher Hatfield and Mark Angelosetti) with the title belts in September 2014

By team[edit]

Rank Team No. of reigns Combined
defenses
Combined
days
1 Pieces of Hate
(Jigsaw and The Shard)
1 0 413
2 Team F.I.S.T.
(Gran Akuma and Icarus)
1 3 343
3 Incoherence
(Delirious and Hallowicked)
1 5 331
4 The Osirian Portal
(Amasis and Ophidian)
1 3 329
5 N_R_G
(Hype Rockwell and Race Jaxon)
1 3 300
6 The Devastation Corporation
(Blaster McMassive and Max Smashmaster)
1 3 295
7 Jigsaw and Mike Quackenbush 1 2 280
8 Bruderschaft des Kreuzes
(Ares and Claudio Castagnoli)
1 4 267
9 The Kings of Wrestling
(Chris Hero and Claudio Castagnoli)
1 2 264
10 The Young Bucks
(Matt Jackson and Nick Jackson)
1 3 253
11 F.I.S.T.
(Chuck Taylor and Johnny Gargano)
2 4 222
12 Cornelius Crummels and Sonny Defarge 1 2 189216
13 The Colony
(Fire Ant and Soldier Ant)
1 4 188
14 3.0
(Scott Parker and Shane Matthews)
2 2 148
15 The Throwbacks
(Dasher Hatfield and Mark Angelosetti)
1 1 139
16 Moustache Mountain
(Trent Seven and Tyler Bate)
1 0 105132
17 The Super Smash Bros.
(Player Dos and Player Uno)
1 0 28
18 Los Ice Creams
(El Hijo del Ice Cream and Ice Cream Jr.)
2 0 16
19 The Rumblebees
(Solo Darling and Travis Huckabee]])
1 0 <1

By wrestler[edit]

Rank Wrestler No. of reigns Combined
defenses
Combined
days
1 Jigsaw 2 2 693
2 Claudio Castagnoli 2 6 531
3 The Shard 1 0 413
4 Gran Akuma 1 3 343
Icarus 1 3 343
6 Delirious 1 5 331
Hallowicked 1 5 331
8 Amasis 1 3 329
Ophidian 1 3 329
10 Hype Rockwell 1 3 300
Race Jaxon 1 3 300
12 Blaster McMassive 1 3 295
Max Smashmaster 1 3 295
14 Mike Quackenbush 1 2 280
15 Ares 1 4 267
16 Chris Hero 1 2 264
17 Matt Jackson 1 3 253
Nick Jackson 1 3 253
19 Chuck Taylor 2 4 222
Johnny Gargano 2 4 222
21 Cornelius Crummels 1 2 189216
Sonny Defarge 1 2 189216
23 Fire Ant 1 4 188
Soldier Ant 1 4 188
25 Scott Parker 2 2 148
Shane Matthews 2 2 148
27 Dasher Hatfield 1 1 139
Mark Angelosetti 1 1 139
29 Trent Seven 1 0 105132
Tyler Bate 1 0 105132
31 Player Dos 1 0 28
Player Uno 1 0 28
33 El Hijo del Ice Cream 2 0 16
Ice Cream Jr. 2 0 16
35 Solo Darling 1 0 <1
Travis Huckabee 1 0 <1

See also[edit]

References[edit]

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  2. ^ Namako, Jason (2014-07-21). "7/20 Chikara Results: Revere, Massachusetts (6-Man Tag)". Wrestleview. Retrieved 2014-07-22. 
  3. ^ Higham, Joshua (2014-12-07). "12/6 Chikara 'Tomorrow Never Dies' iPPV live report from Philadelphia: Chikara announces UK tour & Royal Rumble Sunday matinee in Philly and more". Pro Wrestling Insider. Retrieved 2014-12-07. 
  4. ^ "Chikara Back In The Habit". Cagematch. Retrieved 2016-07-24. 
  5. ^ "Chikara: Special Update (7.27.16)". Chikara. YouTube. 2016-07-27. Retrieved 2016-07-27.