List of CZW World Tag Team Champions

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The CZW World Tag Team Championship is a professional wrestling world tag team championship owned and copyrighted by the Combat Zone Wrestling (CZW) promotion; it is contested for in their tag team division. The championship was created and debuted on February 13, 1999 at CZW's Opening Night event.[1] Although the title is a world tag team championship, supposedly only intended for tag teams, a wrestler has held the championship by himself – Justice Pain.[1] He held the championship on his own from November 20, 1999 to January 8, 2000, when he lost it to Diablos Macabre and Midknight, who are known as The Thrill Kill Kult, the same team he defeated to win the championship.

The inaugural champions were Jon Dahmer and Jose Rivera, Jr., who were awarded the championship on February 13, 1999 at CZW's Opening Night event.[1] As of August 2016, The Backseat Boyz which consist of Johnny Kashmere and Trent Acid hold the record for most reigns, with four.[1] Sabian holds the record for the most individual reigns with 7.[1] The Best Around's one reign is the longest in the title's history, at 392 days.[1] At less than one day, Dahmer and Rivera, Jr.'s only reign and 2 Girls, 1 Cup (Beef Wellington and Greg Excellent)'s first reign are tied for the shortest. Da Hit Squad (Dan Maff and Monsta Mack) are the current champions, who are in their first reign. They defeated #TVReady (BLK Jeez and Pepper Parks) on May 14, 2016, at CZW Prelude To Violence 2016 to win the titles. Overall, there have been 58 reigns, shared between 73 individual wrestlers and 42 teams, and four vacancies.[1]

Title history[edit]

Reign The reign number for the specific set of wrestlers listed
# Indicates what number the reign is
Event The event promoted by the respective promotion in which the titles were won
N/A The information is not available or is unknown
Wrestler name (#) The number represents the individual reigns of a wrestler when this is distinct from the tag team's reign.
Wrestler name and Wrestler name
(Team name)
Names in small print and underneath the individual wrestler's names were the team name for the group.
Used for vacated reigns so as not to count it as an official reign
+ Indicates the current reign is changing daily

Statistics correct as of August 26, 2016

# Wrestlers Reign Date Days held Location Event Notes
1
Jon Dahmer and Jose Rivera, Jr.
1
February 13, 1999
0
Opening Night
Dahmer and Rivera, Jr. were awarded the championship.
2
The Brothers of East L.A.[1]
1
February 13, 1999
98
Opening Night
3
Extreme Fahrenheit
(Heartbreaker and Mr. Motion)
1
May 22, 1999
28
May Madness
June 19, 1999
Down in Flames
Championship was vacated after a title defense against Jon Dahmer and Middknight ended in a double pinfall.
4
The King Pinz
(Bill Schaffer and Jim Price)
1
July 17, 1999
7
Street Fight 99
The King Pinz defeated Extreme Fahrenheit (Heartbreaker and Mr. Motion) and Jon Dahmer and Middknight in a Three Way match to win the vacant championship.
5
Zandig, JohnJohn Zandig and Gage, NickNick Gage
1
July 24, 1999
77
N/A
6
Lobo and T.C.K.
1
October 9, 1999
23[2]
Pain In The Rain
November 1999
N/A
N/A
7
1
November 20, 1999
49
The War Begins
Pain defeated The Thrill Kill Kult (Diablos Macabre and Midknight) in a handicap match to become sole champion.
8
The Thrill Kill Kult
(Diablos Macabre and Midknight)
1
January 8, 2000
28
Bloodbath 2000
The Thrill Kill Kult defeated Pain in a handicap match to win the championship.
9
The Kashmerinos
(Kashmere, JohnnyJohnny Kashmere and Robbie Mireno)
1
February 5, 2000
7
A Night Of Main Events
10
The Haas Brothers
(Haas, CharlieCharlie Haas and Haas, RussRuss Haas)
1
February 12, 2000
119
Climbing The Ladder
11
The Backseat Boyz
(Johnny Kashmere (2) and Acid, TrentTrent Acid)
1
June 10, 2000
63
Caged to the End
Johnny defeated Russ in a standard wrestling match to win the championship.
12
Mondo, NickNick Mondo and Blade, RicRic Blade
1
August 12, 2000
56
Blood, Sweat and Violence
13
H8 Club
(Justice Pain (2) and Wifebeater)
1
October 7, 2000
179
Rules Are Made To Be Broken
14
H8 Club
(Hatred, NateNate Hatred and Nick Gage (2))
1
April 4, 2001
101
Payback
15
The Briscoe Brothers
(Briscoe, JayJay Briscoe and Briscoe, MarkMark Briscoe)
1
July 14, 2001
14
Hate Club: Dead?
16
The Backseat Boyz
(Johnny Kashmere (3) and Trent Acid (2))
2
July 28, 2001
20
What about Lobo?
17
Kasai, JunJun Kasai and Men's Teioh
1
August 17, 2001
2
Kasai and Teioh won the title at a Big Japan Pro Wrestling event.
18
The Backseat Boyz
(Johnny Kashmere (4) and Trent Acid (3))
3
August 19, 2001
202
19
VD
(Eddie Valentine and Jon Dahmer (2))
3
March 9, 2002
63
Out With the Old, In With the New
20
H8 Club
(Hatred (2) and Nick Gage (3))
2
May 11, 2002
273
High Stakes
21
The Backseat Boyz
(Johnny Kashmere (5) and Trent Acid (4))
4
February 8, 2003
343
Uncivilized
22
Rebel's Army
(Derek Frazier, Greg Matthews, and Rebel, Rockin'Rockin' Rebel)
1
January 17, 2004
77
Street Fight 2K4
23
H8 Club
(Hatred (3) and Nick Gage (4))
3
April 3, 2004
70
Retribution
24
The BLK-OUT
(Ruckus and Sabian)
1
June 12, 2004
182
Trifecta Elimination 2
25
Team Ca$h
(Chri$ Ca$h, J. C. Bailey, Webb, NateNate Webb, and SeXXXy Eddy)
1
December 11, 2004
56
Team Ca$h defeated The BLK-OUT (Ruckus, Sabian, Eddie Kingston, and Jack Evans) in a Cage of Death match. After the match, CZW owner John Zandig announced that all members of Team Ca$h were champions.
26
H8 Club
(Justice Pain (3) and Nick Gage (5))
1
February 5, 2005
154
Only the Strong
[2]
27
The Tough Crazy Bastards
(Necro Butcher and Toby Klein)
1
July 9, 2005
63
High Stakes 3
28
The Kings of Wrestling
(Hero, ChrisChris Hero and Castagnoli, ClaudioClaudio Castagnoli)
1
September 10, 2005
154
A Big Mutha F'N Deal
29
The BLK-OUT
(Kingston, EddieEddie Kingston and Joker)
1
February 11, 2006
210
Seven Years Strong: Settling The Score
September 9, 2006
N/A
N/A
Championship was vacated when Joker left the company.
30
The Kings of Wrestling
(Chris Hero and Castagnoli)
2
October 14, 2006
28
Last Team Standing
The Kings of Wrestling defeated Justice Pain and Human Tornado in a tournament final to win the vacant championship.
31
The BLK-OUT (2)
(Robbie Mireno (2) and Sabian (2))
1
November 11, 2006
28
Night of Infamy 5
32
The Blackout
(Onyx and Rainman)
1
December 9, 2006
35
33
The BLK-OUT
(Ruckus and Sabian (3))
2
January 13, 2007
238
New Year, New Opportunities
34
Team AnDrew
(Andy Sumner and Drew Gulak)
1
September 8, 2007
35
The Chri$ Ca$h Memorial Show
35
Derek Frazier (2) and Young, NilesNiles Young
1
October 13, 2007
56
Choosing Sides
36
Danny Demanto and Jon Dahmer (3)
1
December 8, 2007
63
37
The Naptown Dragons
(Dustin Lee and Scotty Vortekz)
1
February 9, 2008
154
9 F'N Years
38
Team AnDrew
(Andy Sumner and Drew Gulak)
2
July 12, 2008
91
A Tangled Web
39
2 Girls, 1 Cup
(Beef Wellington and Greg Excellent)
1
October 11, 2008
0
Decision '08
40
The BLK-OUT
(Ruckus and Sabian (4))
3
October 11, 2008
28
Decision '08
41
2 Girls, 1 Cup
(Beef Wellington and Greg Excellent)
2
November 8, 2008
126
Night of Infamy 7: Greed
42
The Best Around
(Bruce Maxwell and T.J. Cannon)
1
March 14, 2009
392
Total Havoc
43
The Suicide Kings
(Eddie Kingston (2) and Younger, DrakeDrake Younger)
1
April 10, 2010
91
Swingin' for the Fences
July 10, 2010
Home Sweet Home
DJ Hyde stripped the titles from Kingston and Younger after Kingston left the company.
44
Philly's Most Wanted
(Joker (2) and Sabian (5))
1
December 11, 2010
63
45
The Briscoe Brothers
(Jay Briscoe and Mark Briscoe)
2
February 12, 2011
91
Twelve: The Twelfth Anniversary Event
46
Philly's Most Wanted
(Joker (3) and Sabian (6))
2
May 14, 2011
182
Proving Grounds
[3]
47
4Loco
(Azrieal and Bandido Jr.)
1
November 12, 2011
273
Night of Infamy X
48
Nation of Intoxication
(Danny Havoc, Devon Moore and Lucky 13)
1
August 11, 2012
63
Tangled Web 5
Devon Moore and Lucky 13 won the titles, but were allowed to defend them along with Danny Havoc under the Freebird rule.[4][5]
49
4Loco
(Azrieal and Bandido Jr.)
2
October 13, 2012
56
Cerebral
Azriel and Bandido defeated Havoc and Moore to win the titles.
50
Nation of Intoxication
(Danny Havoc, Devon Moore and Lucky 13)
2
December 8, 2012
63
This was contested in a Ultraviolent Insanity match against 4Loco (Alex Colon, Azreal, Bandido, Jr., & Chrissy Rivera). Lucky 13 retrieved the titles for his team to win.
51
The Catalyst
(Dustin Rayz and Eric Ryan)
1
February 9, 2013
55
CZW 14th Anniversary Show
This match also included Nation of Domination and OI4K.
52
The Blackout
(Ruckus (4) and BLK Jeez (7))
4
April 5, 2013
281
CZW WrestleCon Event
53
The Beaver Boys
(Alex Reynolds and John Silver)
1
January 11, 2014
106
CZW Answering the Challenge
54
The Juicy Product
(J.T. Dunn and David Starr)
1
April 27, 2014
153
CZW To Infinity
55
Ohio is 4 Killers
(Dave Crist and Jake Crist)
1
September 27, 2014
287
CZW Deja Vu 2014
56
Team Tremendous
(Bill Carr and Dan Barry)
1
July 11, 2015
154
CZW New Heights 2015
This match also included The Young Bucks and The Beaver Boys.
57
#TVReady
(BLK Jeez (8) and Pepper Parks)
1
December 12, 2015
154
CZW Cage Of Death XVII
Sozio replaced Bill Carr in the match.
58
Da Hit Squad
(Dan Maff and Monsta Mack)
1
May 14, 2016
104
CZW Prelude To Violence 2016

List of combined reigns[edit]

Key
Symbol Meaning
Indicates the current champion(s)
¤ The exact length of at least one title reign is uncertain; the combined length may not be correct.
<1 Indicates that the reign lasted less than one day.

As of August 26, 2016.

By team[edit]

Rank [3] Team No. of reigns Combined days
1 Ruckus and Sabian/BLK Jeez
(The BLK-OUT)
4 729
2 Kashmere, JohnnyJohnny Kashmere and Acid, TrentTrent Acid
(The Backseat Boyz)
4 628
3 Hatred, NateNate Hatred and Gage, NickNick Gage
(H8 Club)
3 444
4 Bruce Maxwell and T.J. Cannon
(The Best Around)
1 392
5 Azrieal and Bandido, Jr.
(4Loco)
2 329
6 Dave Crist and Jake Crist
(OI4K)
1 287
7 Joker and Sabian
(Philly's Most Wanted)
2 245
8 Kingston, EddieEddie Kingston and Joker
(The BLK-OUT)
1 210
9 Hero, ChrisChris Hero and Castagnoli, ClaudioClaudio Castagnoli
(The Kings of Wrestling)
2 182
10 Justice Pain and Wifebeater
(H8 Club)
1 179
11 Bill Carr and Dan Barry
(Team Tremendous)
1 154
BLK Jeez and Pepper Parks
(#TVReady)
1 154
Dustin Lee and Scotty Vortekz
(The Naptown Dragons)
1 154
Justice Pain and Gage, NickNick Gage
(H8 Club)
1 154
15 David Starr and JT Dunn
(Juicy Product)
1 153
16 Andy Sumner and Drew Gulak
(Team AnDrew)
2 126
Beef Wellington and Greg Excellent
(2 Girls, 1 Cup)
2 126
Danny Havoc, Devon Moore and Lucky 13
(Nation of Intoxication)
2 126
19 Haas, CharlieCharlie Haas and Haas, RussRuss Haas
(The Haas Brothers)
1 119
20 Alex Reynolds & Silver, JohnJohn Silver
(The Beaver Boys)
1 106
21 Jay Briscoe and Mark Briscoe
(The Briscoe Brothers)
2 105
22 Dan Maff and Monsta Mack
(Da Hit Squad)
1 104+
23 The Brothers of East L.A. 1 98
24 Kingston, EddieEddie Kingston and Younger, DrakeDrake Younger
(The Suicide Kings)
1 91
25 Frazier, Greg Matthews, and Rebel, Rockin'Rockin' Rebel
(Rebel's Army)
1 77
Zandig, JohnJohn Zandig and Gage, NickNick Gage 1 77
27 Danny Demanto and Jon Dahmer 1 63
Eddie Valentine and Jon Dahmer
(VD)
1 63
Necro Butcher and Toby Klein
(The Tough Crazy Bastards)
1 63
30 Chri$ Ca$h, J. C. Bailey, Webb, NateNate Webb, and SeXXXy Eddy
(Team Ca$h)
1 56
Frazier and Young, NilesNiles Young 1 56
Mondo, NickNick Mondo and Blade, RicRic Blade 1 56
33 Dustin Rayz and Eric Ryan
(The Catalyst)
1 55
34 Onyx and Rainman
(The Blackout)
1 35
35 Diablos Macabre and Midknight
(The Thrill Kill Kult)
1 28
Heartbreaker and Mr. Motion
(Extreme Fahrenheit)
1 28
Robbie Mireno and Sabian
(The BLK-OUT)
1 28
38 Lobo and T.C.K. 1 23¤
39 Bill Schaffer and Jim Price
(The King Pinz)
1 7
Kashmere, JohnnyJohnny Kashmere and Robbie Mireno
(The Kashmerinos)
1 7
41 Kasai, JunJun Kasai and Men's Teioh 1 2
42 Jon Dahmer and Jose Rivera, Jr. 1 <1

By wrestler[edit]

Rank [4] Wrestler No. of reigns Combined days
1 Sabian/BLK Jeez 8 1156
2 Ruckus 4 729
3 Gage, NickNick Gage 5 675
4 Kashmere, JohnnyJohnny Kashmere 5 635
5 Acid, TrentTrent Acid 4 628
6 Joker 3 455
7 Hatred, NateNate Hatred 3 444
8 Bruce Maxwell 1 392
T.J. Cannon 1 392
10 Justice Pain 3 382
11 Azrieal 2 329
Bandido, Jr. 2 329
13 Kingston, EddieEddie Kingston 2 321
14 Dave Crist 1 287
Jake Crist 1 287
16 Hero, ChrisChris Hero 2 182
Castagnoli, ClaudioClaudio Castagnoli 2 182
18 Wifebeater 1 179
19 Bill Carr 1 154
Dan Barry 1 154
Dustin Lee 1 154
Pepper Parks 1 154
Scotty Vortekz 1 154
24 David Starr 1 153
JT Dunn 1 153
26 Frazier 2 133
27 Andy Sumner 2 126
Beef Wellington 2 126
Drew Gulak 2 126
Greg Excellent 2 126
Jon Dahmer 3 126
Danny Havoc 2 126
Devon Moore 2 126
Lucky 13 2 126
35 Haas, CharlieCharlie Haas 1 119
Haas, RussRuss Haas 1 119
37 Alex Reynolds 1 106
Silver, JohnJohn Silver 1 106
39 Jay Briscoe 2 105
Mark Briscoe 2 105
41 Dan Maff 1 104+
Monsta Mack 1 104+
43 Younger, DrakeDrake Younger 1 91
44 Greg Matthews 1 77
Zandig, JohnJohn Zandig 1 77
Rebel, Rockin'Rockin' Rebel 1 77
47 Eddie Valentine 1 63
Necro Butcher 1 63
Toby Klein 1 63
Danny Demanto 1 63
51 Chri$ Ca$h 1 56
J. C. Bailey 1 56
Webb, NateNate Webb 1 56
Mondo, NickNick Mondo 1 56
Young, NilesNiles Young 1 56
Blade, RicRic Blade 1 56
SeXXXy Eddy 1 56
58 Dustin Rayz 1 55
Eric Ryan 1 55
60 Onyx 1 35
Rainman 1 35
Robbie Mireno 2 35
63 Diablos Macabre 1 28
Heartbreaker 1 28
Midknight 1 28
Mr. Motion 1 28
67 Lobo 1 23¤
T.C.K. 1 23¤
69 Bill Schaffer 1 7
Jim Price 1 7
71 Kasai, JunJun Kasai 1 2
Men's Teioh 1 2
73 Jose Rivera, Jr. 1 <1

Notes[edit]

1.^ – Information has not been found to tell who "The Brothers of East L.A." are. CZW records state only the team name, and not the members in results and title histories. Other third party sources state the same as well.
2.^ – It is unknown which day of the month the championship was vacated. The reign is thus marked as ending on the first day of November 1999.
3.^ ^ – Each reign is ranked highest to lowest; reigns with the exact same number mean that they are tied for that certain rank.

References[edit]

General
Specific
  1. ^ a b c d e f g "CZW World Tag Team Championship reign history". CZWrestling.com. Retrieved 2009-06-02. 
  2. ^ Magee, Bob (2005-02-07). "2/5 Combat Zone Wrestling in Philadelphia: Four Title Changes, skirting of commission rules". PWTorch.com. Retrieved 2009-06-03. 
  3. ^ "CZW Proving Grounds 2011 Results". Retrieved on 05.16.2011.
  4. ^ "Tangled Web 5 Results". Retrieved on 08.15.2012.
  5. ^ "The Battle Between The Nation and 4Loco Wages On!". Retrieved on 10.3.2012.

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