List of World Tag Team Champions (WWE)

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The World Tag Team Championship was a professional wrestling World Tag Team championship in World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE). It was unified with the WWE Tag Team Championship, which WWE recognized as the "Unified WWE Tag Team Championship". On August 16, 2010 the World Tag Team Championship was decommissioned in favor of continuing the lineage of the WWE Tag Team Championship.

Some reigns were held by champions using a ring name, while others used their real name. There have been a total of 113 recognized teams and 164 recognized individual champions, who have had a combined 176 official reigns. The first champions were Luke Graham and Tarzan Tyler and the final champions were The Hart Dynasty (David Hart Smith and Tyson Kidd).

The team with the most reigns is The Dudley Boyz (Bubba Ray Dudley and D-Von Dudley) with eight. Edge has the most individual reigns with twelve. Two tag teams have held the titles for 365 or more days: Demolition, whose first reign set the record at 478 days and The Valiant Brothers. Demolition is also the team with the longest combined reign at 698 days, while Mr. Fuji has the longest combined reign as an individual at 932 days.

Demolition, the longest reigning World Tag Team Champions

The following is a chronological list of teams that have been World Tag Team Champions by ring name.[1]

Title history[edit]

Names[edit]

Name[2] Years[2]
WWWF World Tag Team Championship June 1971 – March 1979
WWF Tag Team Championship March 1979 – December 1983
WWF World Tag Team Championship December 1983 – May 2002
WWE Tag Team Championship May 2002 – October 7, 2002
World Tag Team Championship October 7, 2002 – April 5, 2009
Unified WWE Tag Team Championship April 5, 2009 - August 16, 2010

Reigns[edit]

Key
No. Overall reign number
Reign Reign number for the specific champion
Days Number of days held
Championship change is unrecognized by the promotion
<1 Reign lasted less than a day
No. Champion Championship change Reign statistics Notes Ref.
Date Event Location Reign Days
1 Luke Graham and Tarzan Tyler June 3, 1971 House show New Orleans, LA 1 186 Defeated Dick the Bruiser and The Sheik in a tournament final.[2] On November 12, Graham and Tyler also won the WWF International Tag Team Championship. [1]
2 Karl Gotch and Rene Goulet December 6, 1971 House show New York, NY 1 57 [1]
3 King Curtis Iaukea and Mikel Scicluna February 1, 1972 House show Philadelphia, PA 1 111 [1]
4 Sonny King and Chief Jay Strongbow May 22, 1972 House show New York, NY 1 36 [1]
5 Mr. Fuji and Professor Tanaka June 27, 1972 House show Philadelphia, PA 1 337 Television taping [1]
6 Haystacks Calhoun and Tony Garea May 30, 1973 House show Hamburg, PA 1 104 Television taping [1]
7 Mr. Fuji and Professor Tanaka September 11, 1973 House show Philadelphia, PA 2 64 Television taping [1]
8 Tony Garea (2) and Dean Ho November 14, 1973 House show Hamburg, PA 1 175 Television taping [1]
9 The Valiant Brothers
(Jimmy Valiant and Johnny Valiant)
May 8, 1974 House show Hamburg, PA 1 370 Television taping [1]
10 Dominic DeNucci and Victor Rivera/Pat Barrett May 13, 1975 House show Philadelphia, PA 1 67/38 Rivera left the WWWF on July 19, 1975. DeNucci chose Barrett as his replacement partner.[2] [1][3]
11 The Blackjacks
(Blackjack Lanza and Blackjack Mulligan)
August 26, 1975 House show Philadelphia, PA 1 74 [1]
12 Louis Cerdan and Tony Parisi November 8, 1975 House show Philadelphia, PA 1 185 [1]
13 The Executioners
(Executioner #1 and Executioner #2)
May 11, 1976 House show Philadelphia, PA 1 168 [1]
Vacated October 26, 1976 House show Hamburg, PA Stripped when a third Executioner is used. [2]
14 Chief Jay Strongbow (2) and Billy White Wolf December 7, 1976 House show Philadelphia, PA 1 237 This was a three-team tournament, also involving Tor Kamata and Nikolai Volkoff, and The Executioners.[2] [1]
Vacated August 1, 1977 Vacated when Billy White Wolf injured his neck in a match against Ken Patera. [2]
15 Mr. Fuji and Professor Tanaka September 27, 1977 House show Philadelphia, PA 3 168 Defeated Tony Garea and Larry Zbyszko in a tournament final.[2] [1]
16 Dino Bravo and Dominic DeNucci (2) March 14, 1978 House show Philadelphia, PA 1 104 [1]
17 The Yukon Lumberjacks
(Yukon Eric and Yukon Pierre)
June 26, 1978 House show New York, NY 1 148 [1]
18 Tony Garea (3) and Larry Zbyszko November 21, 1978 Championship Wrestling Allentown, PA 1 105 [1]
19 The Valiant Brothers
(Jerry Valiant and Johnny Valiant (2))
March 6, 1979 Championship Wrestling Allentown, PA 1 230 [1]
20 Ivan Putski and Tito Santana October 22, 1979 House show New York, NY 1 173 [1]
21 The Wild Samoans
(Afa and Sika)
April 12, 1980 House show Philadelphia, PA 1 119 [1]
22 Bob Backlund and Pedro Morales August 9, 1980 Showdown at Shea New York, NY 1 1 This was a two out of three falls match, which Backlund and Morales won 2–0.[2] During their reign, Backlund was the WWF Heavyweight Champion. [1]
Vacated August 10, 1980 Vacated due to Backlund's status as WWF Heavyweight Champion. [2]
23 The Wild Samoans
(Afa and Sika)
September 9, 1980 Championship Wrestling Allentown, PA 2 60 Defeated Tony Garea & Rene Goulet in a tournament final.[2] [1]
24 Tony Garea (4) and Rick Martel November 8, 1980 House show Philadelphia, PA 1 129 [1]
25 The Moondogs
(Rex and King/Spot)
March 17, 1981 Championship Wrestling Allentown, PA 1 45/81 King is replaced with Spot on May 1 when he's unable to enter the United States from Canada.[2] [1]
26 Tony Garea (5) and Rick Martel (2) July 21, 1981 Championship Wrestling Allentown, PA 2 84 [1]
27 Mr. Fuji (4) and Mr. Saito October 13, 1981 Championship Wrestling Allentown, PA 1 258 [1]
28 Jules and Chief Jay Strongbow (3) June 28, 1982 House show New York, NY 1 15 [1]
29 Mr. Fuji (5) and Mr. Saito July 13, 1982 Championship Wrestling Allentown, PA 2 105 [1]
30 Jules and Chief Jay Strongbow (4) October 26, 1982 Championship Wrestling Allentown, PA 2 133 [1]
31 The Wild Samoans
(Afa and Sika)
March 8, 1983 Championship Wrestling Allentown, PA 3 252 [4]
32 Soul Patrol
(Tony Atlas and Rocky Johnson)
November 15, 1983 Championship Wrestling Allentown, PA 1 154 [5]
33 The North-South Connection
(Adrian Adonis and Dick Murdoch)
April 17, 1984 Championship Wrestling Hamburg, PA 1 279 [6]
34 The U.S. Express
(Mike Rotundo and Barry Windham)
January 21, 1985 House show Hartford, CT 1 69 [7]
35 The Iron Sheik and Nikolai Volkoff March 31, 1985 WrestleMania I New York, NY 1 78 [8]
36 The U.S. Express
(Mike Rotundo and Barry Windham)
June 17, 1985 Championship Wrestling Poughkeepsie, NY 2 68 [9]
37 The Dream Team
(Brutus Beefcake and Greg Valentine)
August 24, 1985 House show Philadelphia, PA 1 226 [10]
38 The British Bulldogs
(Dynamite Kid and Davey Boy Smith)
April 7, 1986 WrestleMania 2 Rosemont, IL 1 294 [11]
39 The Hart Foundation
(Bret Hart and Jim Neidhart)
February 7, 1987 Superstars Tampa, FL 1 274 Referee Danny Davis favoured The Hart Foundation throughout the match and was later banned as a referee by WWF president Jack Tunney. [12]
The Rougeau Brothers
(Jacques and Raymond Rougeau)
August 10, 1987 House show Montreal, QC The Rougeaus won after intercepting and using the Hart Foundation's manager Jimmy Hart's megaphone. The decision was later reversed and their title win was never recognized by the WWF.[13] [12]
40 Strike Force
(Rick Martel (3) and Tito Santana (2))
October 27, 1987 Superstars Syracuse, NY 1 152 [14]
41 Demolition
(Ax and Smash)
March 27, 1988 WrestleMania IV Atlantic City, NJ 1 478 [15]
42 The Brain Busters
(Arn Anderson and Tully Blanchard)
July 18, 1989 Saturday Night's Main Event Worcester, MA 1 76 This was a two out of three falls match which the Brain Busters won 2–1. Aired July 29, 1989. [16]
43 Demolition
(Ax and Smash)
October 2, 1989 Superstars Wheeling, WV 2 72 [17]
44 The Colossal Connection
(André the Giant and Haku)
December 13, 1989 Superstars Huntsville, AL 1 109 [18]
45 Demolition
(Ax, Smash, and Crush (1))
April 1, 1990 WrestleMania VI Toronto, ON 3 148 Crush joined Demolition during this reign, debuting on the June 6 taping of Superstars; the Freebird Rule is invoked, allowing any two members of Demolition to defend the title.[2] [19][20]
46 The Hart Foundation
(Bret Hart and Jim Neidhart)
August 27, 1990 SummerSlam Philadelphia, PA 2 209 This was a two out of three falls match, which the Hart Foundation won 2–1. Smash and Crush defended the titles in this match. [21]
The Rockers
(Shawn Michaels and Marty Jannetty)
October 30, 1990 The Main Event IV Fort Wayne, IN The Rockers won the titles in a two-out-of-three falls match and held them for several days during which they made several title defences; however, President Jack Tunney later reversed the decision due to a rope coming off of the turnbuckle during the match. The win was never acknowledged.[2] [21]
47 The Nasty Boys
(Brian Knobbs and Jerry Sags)
March 24, 1991 WrestleMania VII Los Angeles, CA 1 155 [22]
48 The Legion of Doom
(Animal and Hawk)
August 26, 1991 SummerSlam New York, NY 1 165 [23]
49 Money Inc.
(Ted DiBiase and Irwin R. Schyster (formerly Mike Rotundo) (3))
February 7, 1992 House show Denver, CO 1 164 [24]
50 The Natural Disasters
(Earthquake and Typhoon)
July 20, 1992 House show Worcester, MA 1 85 [25][26]
51 Money Inc.
(Ted DiBiase (2) and Irwin R. Schyster (4))
October 13, 1992 Wrestling Challenge Regina, SK 2 244 [27]
52 The Steiner Brothers
(Rick Steiner and Scott Steiner)
June 14, 1993 House show Columbus, OH 1 2 [28]
53 Money Inc.
(Ted DiBiase (3) and Irwin R. Schyster (5))
June 16, 1993 House show Rockford, IL 3 3 [29]
54 The Steiner Brothers
(Rick Steiner and Scott Steiner)
June 19, 1993 House show St. Louis, MO 2 86 [30]
55 The Quebecers
(Pierre and Jacques)
September 13, 1993 Raw New York, NY 1 119 This match was held under Province-of-Quebec rules, under which titles could change hands via disqualification. The Quebecers won when the referee saw Scott Steiner hit Jacques with a hockey stick and disqualified them. [31]
56 The 1–2–3 Kid and Marty Jannetty January 10, 1994 Raw Richmond, VA 1 7 [32]
57 The Quebecers
(Pierre and Jacques)
January 17, 1994 House show New York, NY 2 71 [33]
58 Men on a Mission
(Mabel and Mo)
March 29, 1994 House show London, England 1 2 [34]
59 The Quebecers
(Pierre and Jacques)
March 31, 1994 House show Sheffield, England 3 26 [35]
60 The Headshrinkers
(Fatu and Samu)
April 26, 1994 Raw Burlington, VT 1 124 [36]
61 Two Dudes with Attitudes
(Diesel and Shawn Michaels)
August 28, 1994 House show Indianapolis, IN 1 87 [37]
Vacated November 23, 1994 Survivor Series San Antonio, TX Vacated when Diesel and Michaels could not function as a tag team. [38]
62 The 1–2–3 Kid (2) and Bob Holly January 22, 1995 Royal Rumble Tampa, FL 1 1 Defeated Bam Bam Bigelow and Tatanka in a tournament final. [38]
63 The Smoking Gunns
(Billy Gunn and Bart Gunn)
January 23, 1995 Raw Palmetto, FL 1 69 [39]
64 Owen Hart and Yokozuna April 2, 1995 WrestleMania XI Hartford, CT 1 175 [40]
65 Two Dudes with Attitudes
(Diesel and Shawn Michaels)
September 24, 1995 In Your House: Triple Header Saginaw, MI 2 1 This match was also for Diesel's WWF Championship and Michaels' Intercontinental Championship. However, as Hart failed to show up for the match, the British Bulldog substituted as Yokozuna's partner. During the match, Owen ran down to the ring, only to be pinned, despite not officially being in the match. [41]
66 Owen Hart and Yokozuna September 25, 1995 Raw Grand Rapids, MI 2 <1 Due to the ensuing controversy, the titles were restored to Hart and Yokozuna the following night on Raw. [42]
67 The Smoking Gunns
(Billy Gunn and Bart Gunn)
September 25, 1995 Raw Grand Rapids, MI 2 143 The Smoking Gunns defeated the restored champions, Owen Hart and Yokozuna. [43]
Vacated February 15, 1996 Vacated when Billy Gunn suffered a neck injury. [44]
68 The Bodydonnas
(Skip and Zip)
March 31, 1996 WrestleMania XII Anaheim, CA 1 49 Defeated The Godwinns in a tournament final. [44]
69 The Godwinns
(Henry O. Godwinn and Phineas I. Godwinn)
May 19, 1996 House show New York, NY 1 7 [45]
70 The Smoking Gunns
(Billy Gunn and Bart Gunn)
May 26, 1996 In Your House: Beware of Dog Florence, SC 3 119 [46]
71 The British Bulldog (2) and Owen Hart (3) September 22, 1996 In Your House: Mind Games Philadelphia, PA 1 246 During this reign Bulldog became the inaugural WWF European Champion while Owen became the Intercontinental Champion [47]
72 Stone Cold Steve Austin and Shawn Michaels (3) May 26, 1997 Raw is War Evansville, IN 1 49 [48]
Vacated July 14, 1997 Raw is War San Antonio, TX Vacated when Shawn Michaels was suspended after a backstage fight with Bret Hart on June 9, 1997. [49]
73 Stone Cold Steve Austin (2) and Dude Love July 14, 1997 Raw Is War San Antonio, TX 1 55 Defeated The British Bulldog and Owen Hart, who had won a tournament to face Austin and a partner of his choosing. Austin also won the Intercontinental Championship during this reign [49]
Vacated September 7, 1997 Ground Zero: In Your House Louisville, KY Vacated when Austin suffered a neck injury. [50]
74 The Headbangers
(Mosh and Thrasher)
September 7, 1997 Ground Zero: In Your House Louisville, KY 1 28 This was a four-way elimination match also involving The Godwinns, The Legion of Doom and the British Bulldog and Owen Hart. [50]
75 The Godwinns
(Henry O. Godwinn and Phineas I. Godwinn)
October 5, 1997 Badd Blood: In Your House St. Louis, MO 2 2 [51]
76 The Legion of Doom
(Animal and Hawk)
October 7, 1997 Raw Is War Topeka, KS 2 48 Aired October 13, 1997. [52]
77 The New Age Outlaws
(Billy Gunn (4) and Road Dogg)
November 24, 1997 Raw Is War Fayetteville, NC 1 125 [53]
78 Cactus Jack (2) and Chainsaw Charlie March 29, 1998 WrestleMania XIV Boston, MA 1 1 This was a dumpster match. [54]
79 The New Age Outlaws
(Billy Gunn (5) and Road Dogg)
March 30, 1998 Raw Is War Albany, NY 2 105 This was a steel cage match. [55]
80 Kane and Mankind (3) July 13, 1998 Raw Is War East Rutherford, NJ 1 13 [56]
81 Stone Cold Steve Austin (3) and The Undertaker July 26, 1998 Fully Loaded: In Your House Fresno, CA 1 15 Austin was also the WWF Champion [57]
82 Kane (2) and Mankind (4) August 10, 1998 Raw Is War Omaha, NE 2 20 This was a four-way match also involving The New Age Outlaws and D'Lo Brown & The Rock. [58]
83 The New Age Outlaws
(Billy Gunn (6) and Road Dogg)
August 30, 1998 SummerSlam New York, NY 3 106 This was a falls count anywhere match. [59]
84 The Corporation
(The Big Boss Man and Ken Shamrock)
December 14, 1998 Raw Is War Tacoma, WA 1 42 Big Boss Man was also the Hardcore Champion and Shamrock was also the Intercontinental Champion [60]
85 Jeff Jarrett and Owen Hart (4) January 25, 1999 Raw Is War Phoenix, AZ 1 64 [61]
86 Kane (3) and X-Pac (3) March 30, 1999 Raw Is War Uniondale, NY 1 56 Aired April 5, 1999. X-Pac was previously known as 1-2-3 Kid. [62]
87 The Acolytes
(Bradshaw and Faarooq)
May 25, 1999 Raw Is War Moline, IL 1 35 Aired May 31, 1999. On June 21, 1999, "Mr. Ass" Billy Gunn stole Bradshaw's title belt and claimed that it was his after scoring the pin during a 6-man tag title match, in which he fought alongside the Acolytes. A week later, Bradshaw reclaimed the belt in a one-on-one match where he defeated Gunn and took his belt back. [63]
88 The Hardy Boyz
(Matt Hardy and Jeff Hardy)
June 29, 1999 Raw Is War Fayetteville, NC 1 26 Aired July 5, 1999. [64]
89 The Acolytes
(Bradshaw and Faarooq)
July 25, 1999 Fully Loaded Buffalo, NY 2 15 This was a handicap match in which Michael Hayes teamed with The Hardy Boyz. [65]
90 Kane (4) and X-Pac (4) August 9, 1999 Raw Is War Rosemont, IL 2 13 [66]
91 The Unholy Alliance
(Big Show and The Undertaker (2))
August 22, 1999 SummerSlam Minneapolis, MN 1 8 [67]
92 The Rock 'n' Sock Connection
(Mankind (5) and The Rock)
August 30, 1999 Raw Is War Boston, MA 1 8 [68]
93 The Unholy Alliance
(Big Show (2) and The Undertaker (3))
September 7, 1999 SmackDown! Albany, NY 2 13 This was a Buried Alive match, aired September 9, 1999. [69]
94 The Rock 'n' Sock Connection
(Mankind (6) and The Rock (2))
September 20, 1999 Raw Is War Houston, TX 2 1 This match was contested under "Dark Side Rules", meaning all members of the Ministry of Darkness (Undertaker, Big Show, Mideon and Viscera) were legal in the match. However, Undertaker was on commentary the entire match. Rock pinned Mideon to win the titles [70]
95 The New Age Outlaws
(Billy Gunn (7) and Road Dogg)
September 21, 1999 SmackDown! Dallas, TX 4 21 Aired September 23, 1999. [71]
96 The Rock 'n' Sock Connection
(Mankind (7) and The Rock (3))
October 12, 1999 SmackDown! Birmingham, AL 3 6 Aired October 14, 1999. [72]
97 The Holly Cousins
(Crash Holly and Hardcore Holly (2))
October 18, 1999 Raw Is War Columbus, OH 1 15 [73]
98 Mankind (8) and Al Snow November 2, 1999 SmackDown! Philadelphia, PA 1 6 Aired November 4, 1999. [74]
99 The New Age Outlaws
(Billy Gunn (8) and Road Dogg)
November 8, 1999 Raw Is War State College, PA 5 111 [75]
100 The Dudley Boyz
(Bubba Ray Dudley and D-Von Dudley)
February 27, 2000 No Way Out Hartford, CT 1 35 [76]
101 Edge and Christian April 2, 2000 WrestleMania 2000 Anaheim, CA 1 57 This was a Triangle ladder match also involving The Hardy Boyz. [77]
102 Too Cool
(Grand Master Sexay and Scotty 2 Hotty)
May 29, 2000 Raw Is War Vancouver, BC 1 27 [78]
103 Edge and Christian June 25, 2000 King of the Ring Boston, MA 2 91 This was a four-way elimination match also involving The Hardy Boyz and T & A (Test and Albert). [79]
104 The Hardy Boyz
(Matt Hardy and Jeff Hardy)
September 24, 2000 Unforgiven Philadelphia, PA 2 28 This was a steel cage match. [80]
105 Edge and Christian October 22, 2000 No Mercy Albany, NY 3 1 Christian & Edge wrestled this match as Los Conquistadores, due to the fact that they were banned from challenging The Hardy Boyz (Matt Hardy and Jeff Hardy) for the titles. [81]
106 The Hardy Boyz
(Matt Hardy and Jeff Hardy)
October 23, 2000 Raw Is War Hartford, CT 3 14 The Hardy Boyz wrestled as Los Conquistadores. [82]
107 Right to Censor
(Bull Buchanan and The Goodfather)
November 6, 2000 Raw Is War Houston, TX 1 34 [83]
108 Edge and Christian December 10, 2000 Armageddon Birmingham, AL 4 8 This was a four-way match also involving The Dudley Boyz, Bull Buchanan and The Goodfather, and Road Dogg and K-Kwik. [84]
109 The Rock (4) and The Undertaker (4) December 18, 2000 Raw Is War Greenville, SC 1 1 [85]
110 Edge and Christian December 19, 2000 SmackDown! Charlotte, NC 5 33 Kurt Angle was the special guest referee. Aired December 21, 2000. [86]
111 The Dudley Boyz
(Bubba Ray Dudley and D-Von Dudley)
January 21, 2001 Royal Rumble New Orleans, LA 2 43 [87]
112 The Hardy Boyz
(Matt Hardy and Jeff Hardy)
March 5, 2001 Raw Is War Washington, D.C. 4 14 [88]
113 Edge and Christian March 19, 2001 Raw Is War Albany, NY 6 <1 This title shot was originally reserved for The Dudley Boyz, but Edge and Christian claimed that they had not arrived at the arena, and so took the shot themselves. [89]
114 The Dudley Boyz
(Bubba Ray Dudley and D-Von Dudley)
March 19, 2001 Raw Is War Albany, NY 3 13 After Edge and Christian won the titles, the Dudley Boyz demanded their title shot, which they received. [90]
115 Edge and Christian April 1, 2001 WrestleMania X-Seven Houston, TX 7 16 This was a Tables, Ladders, and Chairs match also involving The Hardy Boyz. [91]
116 The Brothers of Destruction
(The Undertaker (5) and Kane (5))
April 17, 2001 SmackDown! Nashville, TN 1 12 Aired April 19, 2001. [92]
117 The Two-Man Power Trip
(Stone Cold Steve Austin (4) and Triple H)
April 29, 2001 Backlash Rosemont, IL 1 22 This match was also for Austin's WWF Championship and Triple H's Intercontinental Championship. [93]
118 Chris Benoit and Chris Jericho May 21, 2001 Raw Is War San Jose, CA 1 29 During their reign Jericho was briefly the Hardcore Champion
119 The Dudley Boyz
(Bubba Ray Dudley and D-Von Dudley)
June 19, 2001 SmackDown! Orlando, FL 4 20 Aired June 21, 2001. [94]
120 The Acolytes Protection Agency
(formerly "The Acolytes")
(Bradshaw and Faarooq)
July 9, 2001 Raw Is War Atlanta, GA 3 29 [95]
121 Diamond Dallas Page and Kanyon August 7, 2001 SmackDown! Los Angeles, CA 1 12 Aired August 9, 2001. [96]
122 The Brothers of Destruction
(The Undertaker (6) and Kane (6))
August 19, 2001 SummerSlam San Jose, CA 2 29 This was a steel cage match. Kane and Undertaker also successfully defended their WCW World Tag Team Championship. [97]
123 The Dudley Boyz
(Bubba Ray Dudley and D-Von Dudley)
September 17, 2001 Raw is War Nashville, TN 5 35 [98]
124 Chris Jericho (2) and The Rock (5) October 22, 2001 Raw Kansas City, MO 1 8 During their reign Jericho was the WCW Champion [99]
125 Booker T and Test October 30, 2001 SmackDown! Cincinnati, OH 1 13 Aired November 1, 2001. [100]
126 The Hardy Boyz
(Matt Hardy and Jeff Hardy)
November 12, 2001 Raw Boston, MA 5 6 [101]
127 The Dudley Boyz
(Bubba Ray Dudley and D-Von Dudley)
November 18, 2001 Survivor Series Greensboro, NC 6 50 This was a steel cage match to unify the WWF and WCW Tag Team Championships. [102]
128 Spike Dudley and Tazz January 7, 2002 Raw New York, NY 1 43 This was a hardcore match. [103]
129 Billy (9) and Chuck February 19, 2002 SmackDown! Rockford, IL 1 89 Aired February 21, 2002. Titles become SmackDown! exclusive when Billy and Chuck were drafted to SmackDown! on March 25, 2002. During their reign, the titles were renamed the WWE Tag Team Championship [104]
130 Rico and Rikishi (2) May 19, 2002 Judgment Day Nashville, TN 1 16 Rikishi previously known as Fatu. [105]
131 Billy (10) and Chuck June 4, 2002 SmackDown! Oklahoma City, OK 2 28 This was an elimination match, aired June 6, 2002. [106]
132 Edge (8) and Hollywood Hulk Hogan July 2, 2002 SmackDown! Boston, MA 1 19 Aired July 4, 2002. [107]
133 The Un-Americans
(Christian (8) and Lance Storm)
July 21, 2002 Vengeance Detroit, MI 1 64 Titles become exclusive to Raw due to the Un-Americans choosing to go to Raw. [108]
134 Hurri-Kane
(The Hurricane and Kane (7))
September 23, 2002 Raw Anaheim, CA 1 21 Titles were renamed to World Tag Team Championship. Kane was also the Intercontinental Champion [109]
135 Christian (9) and Chris Jericho (3) October 14, 2002 Raw Montreal, QC 1 62 [110]
136 Booker T (2) and Goldust December 15, 2002 Armageddon Sunrise, FL 1 22 This was a four-way elimination match also involving The Dudley Boyz, and William Regal and Lance Storm. [111]
137 William Regal and Lance Storm (2) January 6, 2003 Raw Phoenix, AZ 1 13 [112]
138 The Dudley Boyz
(Bubba Ray Dudley and D-Von Dudley)
January 19, 2003 Royal Rumble Boston, MA 7 1 [113]
139 William Regal (2) and Lance Storm (3) January 20, 2003 Raw Providence, RI 2 63 [114]
Vacated March 24, 2003 Raw Sacramento, CA Vacated due to Regal getting injured. [115]
140 Chief Morley and Lance Storm (4) March 24, 2003 Raw Sacramento, CA 1 7 Morley awarded himself and Storm the titles. [115]
141 Kane (8) and Rob Van Dam March 31, 2003 Raw Seattle, WA 1 76 This was a three-way elimination match also involving The Dudley Boyz. [116]
142 La Résistance
(René Duprée and Sylvain Grenier)
June 15, 2003 Bad Blood Houston, TX 1 98 [117]
143 The Dudley Boyz
(Bubba Ray Dudley and D-Von Dudley)
September 21, 2003 Unforgiven Hershey, PA 8 84 This was a handicap tables match in which Robért Conway teamed with La Résistance. [118]
144 Evolution
(Batista and Ric Flair)
December 14, 2003 Armageddon Orlando, FL 1 64 This was a tag team turmoil match also involving Robért Conway and René Duprée, Hurricane and Rosey, Mark Jindrak and Garrison Cade, Val Venis and Lance Storm and Test and Scott Steiner. Batista and Flair defeated the Dudley Boyz to win. [119]
145 Booker T (3) and Rob Van Dam (2) February 16, 2004 Raw Bakersfield, CA 1 35 [120]
146 Evolution
(Batista and Ric Flair)
March 22, 2004 Raw Detroit, MI 2 28 [121]
147 Chris Benoit (2) and Edge (9) April 19, 2004 Raw Calgary, AB 1 42 Benoit was also the World Heavyweight Champion. [122]
148 La Résistance
(Robért Conway and Sylvain Grenier (2))
May 31, 2004 Raw Montreal, QC 1 141 [123]
149 Chris Benoit (3) and Edge (10) October 19, 2004 Taboo Tuesday Milwaukee, WI 2 13 Benoit and Edge were voted into this match as a result of neither winning the World Heavyweight Championship voting. Benoit won the title himself after Edge abandoned him midway through the match. [124]
150 La Résistance
(Robért Conway and Sylvain Grenier (3))
November 1, 2004 Raw Peoria, IL 2 14 [125]
151 Eugene and William Regal (3) November 15, 2004 Raw Indianapolis, IN 1 62 This was a three-way elimination match also involving Rhyno and Tajiri. [126]
152 La Résistance
(Robért Conway and Sylvain Grenier (4))
January 16, 2005 House show Winnipeg, MB 3 19 Jonathan Coachman replaced Eugene in this match due to injury. [127]
153 William Regal (4) and Tajiri February 4, 2005 Raw Saitama, Japan 1 86 Aired February 7, 2005. [128]
154 The Hurricane (2) and Rosey May 1, 2005 Backlash Manchester, NH 1 140 This was a tag team turmoil match also involving The Heart Throbs, Simon Dean and Maven and Robért Conway and Sylvain Grenier. Hurricane and Rosey defeated Conway and Grenier to win the match. [129]
155 Lance Cade and Trevor Murdoch September 18, 2005 Unforgiven Oklahoma City, OK 1 44 [130]
156 Kane (9) and Big Show (3) November 1, 2005 Taboo Tuesday San Diego, CA 1 153 Big Show and Kane were voted into this match as a result of neither winning the WWE Championship voting. [131]
157 The Spirit Squad
(Johnny, Kenny, Mikey, Mitch, and Nicky)
April 3, 2006 Raw Rosemont, IL 1 216 Kenny and Mikey won the match, but all five members were recognized as champions under the Freebird Rule. [20][132]
158 Ric Flair (3) and Roddy Piper November 5, 2006 Cyber Sunday Cincinnati, OH 1 8 Piper was voted into this match via web poll.
Kenny and Mikey defended the titles in this match.
[133]
159 Rated-RKO
(Edge (11) and Randy Orton)
November 13, 2006 Raw Manchester, England 1 77 [134]
160 John Cena and Shawn Michaels (4) January 29, 2007 Raw Dallas, TX 1 63 During their reign John Cena was the WWE Champion. [135]
161 The Hardy Boyz
(Matt Hardy and Jeff Hardy)
April 2, 2007 Raw Dayton, OH 6 63 The Hardys won a team battle royal, last eliminating Lance Cade and Trevor Murdoch; other participants were Michaels and Cena, Val Venis and Viscera, Johnny Nitro and The Miz, Paul London and Brian Kendrick, Tommy Dreamer and The Sandman, Marcus Cor Von and Kevin Thorn, Chavo Guerrero and Gregory Helms, and William Regal and Dave Taylor. During their reign, Matt Hardy was a member of the SmackDown roster. [136]
162 Lance Cade and Trevor Murdoch June 4, 2007 Raw Tampa, FL 2 93 [137]
163 Paul London and Brian Kendrick September 5, 2007 House show Cape Town, South Africa 1 3 [138]
164 Lance Cade and Trevor Murdoch September 8, 2007 House show Johannesburg, South Africa 3 93 [139]
165 Hardcore Holly (3) and Cody Rhodes December 10, 2007 Raw 15th Anniversary Bridgeport, CT 1 202 [140]
166 Ted DiBiase (Jr.) and Cody Rhodes (2) June 29, 2008 Night of Champions Dallas, TX 1 36 Rhodes was revealed to be DiBiase's mystery partner and turned on Holly, resulting in a handicap match. This also made Rhodes the only wrestler in WWE history to lose a championship by beating himself to win the championship for a second time. [141]
167 Batista (3) and John Cena (2) August 4, 2008 Raw Knoxville, TN 1 7 [142]
168 Ted DiBiase (Jr.) (2) and Cody Rhodes (3) August 11, 2008 Raw Richmond, VA 2 77 [143]
169 CM Punk and Kofi Kingston October 27, 2008 Raw Tucson, AZ 1 47 [144]
170 John Morrison and The Miz December 13, 2008 House show Hamilton, ON 1 113 [145]
171 The Colóns
(Carlito and Primo)
April 5, 2009 WrestleMania XXV Houston, TX 1 84 This was a Lumberjack match to unify the World Tag Team and WWE Tag Team Championships.[146] [147]
172 Edge (12) and Chris Jericho (4) June 28, 2009 The Bash Sacramento, CA 1 28 This was a triple threat match also involving The Legacy (Cody Rhodes and Ted DiBiase, Jr.). [148]
173 Jeri-Show
(Chris Jericho (5) and Big Show (4))
July 26, 2009 Night of Champions Philadelphia, PA 1 140 Shortly after winning the titles Edge suffered a torn Achilles tendon, which required surgery and forced him to vacate his half of the championship. Jericho was allowed to keep his title and choose a new partner; he chose Big Show at Night of Champions. WWE views this as a second reign for Jericho. [149][150]
174 D-Generation X
(Triple H (2) and Shawn Michaels (5))
December 13, 2009 TLC: Tables, Ladders & Chairs San Antonio, TX 1 57 This was a Tables, Ladders, and Chairs match. [151]
175 ShoMiz
(Big Show (5) and The Miz (2))
February 8, 2010 Raw Lafayette, LA 1 77 This was a Triple Threat Elimination match also involving The Straight Edge Society (CM Punk and Luke Gallows). Miz was also the United States Champion [152]
176 The Hart Dynasty
(David Hart Smith and Tyson Kidd)
April 26, 2010 Raw Richmond, VA 1 112 The World Tag Team Championship was deactivated during their reign on August 16, 2010. [153]
Deactivated August 16, 2010 Raw Los Angeles, CA Decommissioned in favor of continuing the WWE Tag Team Championship lineage. [154]

Combined reigns[edit]

Edge, who holds the record for most World Tag Team Championship reigns with 12 (with five different partners)
The Dudley Boyz, who hold the most reigns as a team with 8

By team[edit]

Rank Team No. of reigns Combined days
1 Demolition
(Ax and Smash)
3 6981
2 Mr. Fuji and Professor Tanaka 3 569
3 The Hart Foundation
(Bret Hart and Jim Neidhart)
2 483
4 The New Age Outlaws
(Billy Gunn and Road Dogg)
5 468
5 The Wild Samoans
(Afa and Sika)
3 431
6 Money Inc.
(Ted DiBiase and I.R.S.)
3 411
7 The Valiant Brothers
(Jimmy and Johnny)
1 370
8 Mr. Fuji and Mr. Saito 2 363
9 The Smoking Gunns
(Billy Gunn and Bart Gunn)
3 331
10 The British Bulldogs
(Dynamite Kid and Davey Boy Smith)
1 294
11 The Dudley Boyz
(Bubba Ray and D-Von)
8 281
12 Adrian Adonis and Dick Murdoch 1 279
13 Owen Hart and The British Bulldog 1 246
14 Chief Jay Strongbow and Billy White Wolf 1 237
15 Lance Cade and Trevor Murdoch 3 230
The Valiant Brothers
(Johnny and Jerry Valiant)
1
17 Brutus Beefcake and Greg Valentine 1 226
18 The Quebecers
(Pierre and Jacques)
3 216
The Spirit Squad
(Johnny, Kenny, Mikey, Mitch and Nicky)
1
20 Tony Garea and Rick Martel 2 213
The Legion of Doom
(Animal and Hawk)
2
22 Edge and Christian 7 206
23 Hardcore Holly and Cody Rhodes 1 202
24 Luke Graham and Tarzan Tyler 1 186
25 Tony Parisi and Louis Cerdan 1 185
26 Tony Garea and Dean Ho 1 175
Owen Hart and Yokozuna 2
28 La Résistance
(Robért Conway and Sylvain Grenier)
3 174
29 Ivan Putski and Tito Santana 1 173
30 The Executioners
(#1 and #2)
1 168
31 The Nasty Boys
(Brian Knobbs and Jerry Sags)
1 155
32 Tony Atlas and Rocky Johnson 1 154
33 Kane and Big Show 1 153
34 Strike Force
(Rick Martel and Tito Santana)
1 152
35 The Hardy Boyz
(Matt and Jeff)
6 151
36 The Yukon Lumberjacks
(Eric and Pierre)
1 148
Jules and Chief Jay Strongbow 2
38 Rosey and The Hurricane 1 140
Jeri-Show
(Chris Jericho and Big Show)
1
40 The U.S. Express
(Mike Rotundo and Barry Windham)
2 137
41 The Headshrinkers
(Fatu and Samu)
1 124
42 Billy and Chuck 2 117
43 Cody Rhodes and Ted DiBiase (Jr.) 2 113
John Morrison and The Miz 1
45 The Hart Dynasty
(David Hart Smith and Tyson Kidd)
1 112
46 King Curtis Iaukea and Mikel Scicluna 1 111
47 The Colossal Connection
(André the Giant and Haku)
1 109
48 Tony Garea and Larry Zbyszko 1 105
49 Haystacks Calhoun and Tony Garea 1 104
Dino Bravo and Dominic DeNucci 1
51 La Résistance
(René Duprée and Sylvain Grenier)
1 98
52 Evolution
(Batista and Ric Flair)
2 92
53 The Steiner Brothers
(Rick and Scott)
2 88
Two Dudes with Attitude
(Shawn Michaels and Diesel)
2
55 William Regal and Tajiri 1 86
56 The Natural Disasters
(Earthquake and Typhoon)
1 85
57 The Colóns
(Carlito and Primo)
1 84
58 The Moondogs
(Rex and Spot)
1 81
59 The Acolytes/APA
(Bradshaw and Faarooq)
3 79
60 The Iron Sheik and Nikolai Volkoff 1 78
61 Rated-RKO
(Edge and Randy Orton)
1 77
ShoMiz
(Big Show and The Miz)
1
63 The Brain Busters
(Arn Anderson and Tully Blanchard)
1 76
William Regal and Lance Storm 2
Kane and Rob Van Dam 1
66 The Blackjacks
(Lanza and Mulligan)
1 74
67 Kane and X-Pac 2 69
68 Dominic DeNucci and Victor Rivera 1 67
69 Jeff Jarrett and Owen Hart 1 64
The Un-Americans
(Christian and Lance Storm)
1
71 Shawn Michaels and John Cena 1 63
72 Christian and Chris Jericho 1 62
Eugene and William Regal 1
74 Karl Gotch and Rene Goulet 1 57
D-Generation X
(Triple H and Shawn Michaels)
1
76 Stone Cold Steve Austin and Dude Love 1 55
Chris Benoit and Edge 2
78 The Bodydonnas
(Skip and Zip)
1 49
Stone Cold Steve Austin and Shawn Michaels 1
80 CM Punk and Kofi Kingston 1 47
81 The Moondogs
(Rex and King)
1 45
82 Spike Dudley and Tazz 1 43
83 The Corporation
(The Big Boss Man and Ken Shamrock)
1 42
84 The Brothers of Destruction
(The Undertaker and Kane)
2 41
85 Dominic DeNucci and Pat Barrett 1 38
86 Sonny King and Chief Jay Strongbow 1 36
87 Booker T and Rob Van Dam 1 35
88 Right to Censor
(Bull Buchanan and The Goodfather)
1 34
89 Kane and Mankind 2 33
90 Chris Benoit and Chris Jericho 1 29
91 The Headbangers
(Mosh and Thrasher)
1 28
Chris Jericho and Edge 1
93 Too Cool
(Grand Master Sexay and Scotty 2 Hotty)
1 27
94 The Two-Man Power Trip
(Stone Cold Steve Austin and Triple H)
1 22
Booker T and Goldust 1
96 The Unholy Alliance
(Big Show and The Undertaker)
2 21
Hurri-Kane
(The Hurricane and Kane)
1
98 Edge and Hollywood Hulk Hogan 1 19
99 Rico and Rikishi 1 16
100 Stone Cold Steve Austin and The Undertaker 1 15
The Rock 'n' Sock Connection
(Mankind and The Rock)
3
The Holly Cousins
(Crash and Hardcore)
1
103 Booker T and Test 1 13
104 Diamond Dallas Page and Kanyon 1 12
105 The Godwinns
(Henry O. and Phineas I.)
2 9
106 Chris Jericho and The Rock 1 8
Ric Flair and Roddy Piper 1
108 The 1-2-3 Kid and Marty Jannetty 1 7
Chief Morley and Lance Storm 1
John Cena and Batista 1
111 Mankind and Al Snow 1 6
112 Paul London and Brian Kendrick 1 3
113 Men on a Mission
(Mabel and Mo)
1 2
114 Bob Backlund and Pedro Morales 1 1
The 1-2-3 Kid and Bob Holly 1
Cactus Jack and Chainsaw Charlie 1
The Rock and The Undertaker 1

1 During Demolition's third reign, Crush was added to the team, and the three of them defended the titles under the Freebird Rule for approximately 90 days.[155]

By wrestler[edit]

Rank Wrestler No. of reigns Combined days
1 Mr. Fuji 5 932
2 Billy Gunn 10 916
3 Ax 3 698
Smash 3
5 Johnny Valiant 2 600
6 Tony Garea 5 597
7 Professor Tanaka 3 569
8 Mike Rotundo/I.R.S. 5 548
9 Davey Boy Smith/The British Bulldog 2 540
10 Owen Hart 4 485
11 Bret Hart 2 483
Jim Neidhart 2
13 Road Dogg 5 468
14 Afa 3 431
Sika 3
16 Chief Jay Strongbow 4 421
17 Ted DiBiase 3 411
18 Kane 9 393
19 Big Show 5 391
20 Edge 12 385
21 Jimmy Valiant 1 370
22 Rick Martel 3 365
23 Mr. Saito 2 363
24 Christian 9 332
25 Bart Gunn 3 331
26 Tito Santana 2 325
27 Cody Rhodes 3 315
28 Dynamite Kid 1 294
29 Bubba Ray Dudley 8 281
D-Von Dudley 8
31 Adrian Adonis 1 279
Dick Murdoch 1
33 Sylvain Grenier 4 272
34 Chris Jericho 5 267
35 Shawn Michaels 5 257
36 Billy White Wolf 1 237
37 Jerry Valiant 1 230
Trevor Murdoch 3
Lance Cade 3
40 Brutus Beefcake 1 226
Greg Valentine 1
42 William Regal 4 224
43 Bob Holly/Hardcore Holly 3 218
44 Pierre 3 216
Jacques 3
Johnny 1
Kenny 1
Mikey 1
Mitch 1
Nicky 1
51 Road Warrior Animal 2 213
Road Warrior Hawk 2
53 Dominic DeNucci 2 209
54 The Miz 2 190
55 Luke Graham 1 186
Tarzan Tyler 1
57 Louis Cerdan 1 185
Tony Parisi 1
59 Yokozuna 2 175
Dean Ho 1
61 Robért Conway 3 174
62 Ivan Putski 1 173
63 Executioner #1 1 168
Executioner #2 1
65 The Hurricane 2 161
66 Brian Knobbs 1 155
Jerry Sags 1
68 Tony Atlas 1 154
Rocky Johnson 1
70 Matt Hardy 6 151
Jeff Hardy 6
72 Yukon Pierre 1 148
Eric 1
Jules Strongbow 2
Crush 1
76 Lance Storm 4 147
77 Stone Cold Steve Austin 4 141
78 Rosey 1 140
Fatu/Rikishi 2
80 Barry Windham 2 137
81 Rex 1 126
82 Samu 1 124
83 Chuck 2 117
84 Ted DiBiase (Jr.) 2 113
John Morrison 1
86 David Hart Smith 1 112
Tyson Kidd 1
88 King Curtis Iaukea 1 111
Mikel Scicluna 1
Rob Van Dam 2
91 Dude Love/Cactus Jack/Mankind 8 110
92 André the Giant 1 109
Haku 1
94 Larry Zbyszko 1 105
95 Haystacks Calhoun 1 104
Dino Bravo 1
97 Ric Flair 3 100
98 Batista 3 99
99 René Duprée 1 98
100 Rick Steiner 2 88
Scott Steiner 2
Diesel 2
103 Tajiri 1 86
104 Earthquake 1 85
Typhoon 1
106 Chris Benoit 3 84
Carlito 1
Primo 1
109 Moondog Spot 1 81
110 Bradshaw 3 79
Faarooq 3
Triple H 2
113 The Iron Sheik 1 78
Nikolai Volkoff 1
The Undertaker 6
116 The 1-2-3 Kid/X-Pac 4 77
Randy Orton 1
118 Arn Anderson 1 76
Tully Blanchard 1
120 Blackjack Mulligan 1 74
Blackjack Lanza 1
122 Booker T 3 70
John Cena 2
124 Victor Rivera 1 67
125 Jeff Jarrett 1 64
126 Eugene 1 62
127 Karl Gotch 1 57
Rene Goulet 1
129 Skip 1 49
Zip 1
131 CM Punk 1 47
Kofi Kingston 1
133 Moondog King 1 45
134 Spike Dudley 1 43
Tazz 1
136 The Big Boss Man 1 42
Ken Shamrock 1
138 Pat Barrett 1 38
139 Sonny King 1 36
140 Bull Buchanan 1 34
The Goodfather 1
142 Mosh 1 28
Thrasher 1
144 Grand Master Sexay 1 27
Scotty 2 Hotty 1
146 The Rock 5 24
147 Goldust 1 22
148 Hollywood Hulk Hogan 1 19
149 Rico 1 16
150 Crash Holly 1 15
151 Test 1 13
152 Diamond Dallas Page 1 12
Kanyon 1
154 Henry O. Godwinn 2 9
Phineas I. Godwinn 2
156 Roddy Piper 1 8
157 Marty Jannetty 1 7
Chief Morley 1
159 Al Snow 1 6
160 Paul London 1 3
Brian Kendrick 1
162 Mabel 1 2
Mo 1
164 Bob Backlund 1 1
Pedro Morales 1
Chainsaw Charlie 1

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