MEWF Tag Team Championship

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MEWF Unified Tag Team Championship
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The Hollywood Hunks (Lucifer and "Hollywood" Bob Starr) as MEWF Tag Team Champions.
Details
Promotion Mid-Eastern Wrestling Federation
Date established August 2, 1991
Date retired 2004
Other name(s)
MEWF Tag Team Championship

This is a chronological list of MEWF tag team champions. The MEWF Tag Team Championship is the oldest championship title in the Mid-Eastern Wrestling Federation having been established when the Lords of Darkness (Pain & Agony) defeated Cream Team (Dino Casanova & Rip Sawyer) at the MEWF's first show in Pasadena, Maryland on August 2, 1991. The titles were later unified with the MCW Tag Team Championship during Maryland Championship Wrestling's last show on July 16, 2003.[1]

The championship has been known as:

  • MEWF Tag Team Championship (1991 – 2003)
  • MEWF Unified Tag Team Championship (2003 – 2004)

The tag team title was later revived after Maryland Championship Wrestling began promoting events in the Maryland-area in 2007.

Title history[edit]

Wrestlers
(individual reigns):
Reigns
together:
Date: Location: Notes:
Lords of Darkness
(Pain & Agony)
1 August 2, 1991 Pasadena, MD Defeated Cream Team (Dino Casanova & Rip Sawyer) [1]
Cream Team
(Dino Casanova & Rip Sawyer)
1 December 1, 1991 Dunbolt, MD Defeated Agony and Bubba Monroe who substituted for Pain after being injured.[1]
Vacant 1 October 11, 1992 Philadelphia, PA The titles are vacated after Cream Team leave the promotion in October 1992.[1]
Leather & Lace
(Rich Carlisle & Adrian Hall)
1 October 23, 1992 Essex, MD Defeated Sonic Express (Ricky Blues & Nick Tarantino) [1]
Sonic Express
(Ricky Blues & Nick Tarantino)
1 November 14, 1992 Gaithersburg, MD Defeated Carlisle and Riki Lane substituting for an injured Adrian Hall.[1]
The Outrageous Ones
(Riki Lane & Quinn Nash)
1 March 6, 1993 Dundalk, MD [1]
The Goodfellows
(Gary Young & Steve Dane)
2 August 14, 1993 Baltimore, MD [1]
Hollywood Hunks
(Lucifer & Bob Starr)
1 November 1994 Unknown [1]
Road Warrior Hawk & Ultimate Comet 1 November 11, 1994 Catonsville, MD Title history unrecorded between November 11, 1995 until March 28, 1995.[1]
Mason Dixon
(J.R. Willet & Bulldozer Benton)
1 Unknown Unknown [1]
Sweet & Sour
(Rob Knoxious (2) & Johnny Graham)
1 March 28, 1995 Unknown [1]
Models Inc.
(Michael Sweet & Johnny Handsome)
1 April 23, 1995 Unknown [1]
Joe Thunder & Mad Dog O'Mally 1 July 8, 1995 Unknown [1]
Quinn Nash (2) & Adam Flash 1 July 9, 1995 Unknown [1]
The Bad Crew
(Bad Crew #1 & Bad Crew #2)
1 October 5, 1995 Unknown [1]
Lucifer (2) & Cat Burglar 3 December 3, 1995 Unknown [1]
Darkside
(Glen Osbourne & Rockin' Rebel)
1 February 25, 1996 Unknown Defeated Lucifer in a handicap match.[1]
The Headbangers
(Mosh & Thrasher)
1 June 30, 1996 Unknown [1]
Darkside 2 July 27, 1996 Unknown [1]
Axl Rotten & Corporal Punishment 1 August 16, 1996 Unknown [1]
Menace 2 Society
(Adam Flash, Romeo Valentino and Quinn Nash)
1 September 13, 1996 New York, NY [1]
The Headbangers 2 September 14, 1996 Philadelphia, PA [1]
Darkside 3 November 10, 1996 New York, NY [1]
The Headbangers 3 November 16, 1996 Allentown, PA [1]
Vacated February 2, 1997 New York, NY [1]
Mark "The Shark" Shrader & Devon Storm 1 March 2, 1997 Philadelphia, PA Defeated Thomas Rodman & Rebel in a tournament final.[1]
Steve Corino & Jimmy Cicero 1 June 29, 1997 Allentown, PA
Mark Schrader (2) & Corporal Punishment (2) 1 July 17, 1997 Allentown, PA [1]
Steve Corino and Jimmy Cicero 2 August 10, 1997 Baltimore, MD
The Misfits
(Harley Lewis & Derek Domino)
2 September 17, 1997
Steve Corino and Jimmy Cicero 3 October 18, 1997 Baltimore, MD
Joey Matthews & Christian York 2 October 23, 1997 Baltimore, MD Defeated Steve Corino & Jimmy Cicero and Corporal Punishment & Mark Schrader in a 3-way match.
Jimmy Cicero & Julio Sanchez 1 November 13, 1997
Vacated December 22, 1997 Title is vacated.
Bad Crew 2 February 1, 1998 Baltimore, MD Defeated Marvelous Inc. (Jimmy Jannetty & Rich Myers) in a tournament final.
Marvelous Inc.
(Jimmy Jannetty & "Ramblin'" Rich Myers)
1 April 17, 1998
Bob Starr & Joe Thunder 1 September 18, 1998 Baltimore, MD
Bad Crew 3 October 10, 1998 Baltimore, MD
Max Thrasher & Dino Casanova 1 October 1999
Ricky Blues & The New Patriot 1 November 13, 1999 Hampstead, MD
The Good, The Bad And The Ugly 1 January 7, 2000 Dundalk, MD Defeated Black and Blue for the titles.
Joe Thunder & Mad Dog O'Mailey 1 January 7, 2000 Dundalk, MD Joe Thunder and Mad Dog O'Mailey were awarded the titles after The Good, The Bad And The Ugly split up.
Rayne & Jim Christian 1 January 7, 2000 Dundalk, MD Defeated Max Thrasher & Dino Casanova in a tournament final.
Flexx Wheeler (2) & O-Dogg (9) 1 2000
The Tokyo Terrors
(Keushiro & Watsumi)
1 April 29, 2000 Middle River, MD
Bob Starr (3) & Lucifer (2) 1 September 22, 2000 Dundalk, MD
Rayne & Buzz Stryker 1 October 16, 2001 Peoria, IL
The Tokyo Terrors 2 November 25, 2001 Dundalk, MD This match was held at the Teamsters Union Hall.
Eagle & Stevie Riggs 1 February 9, 2002 Baltimore, MD
Derek Wayne (4) & Derek Frazier 1 April 7, 2002 Dundalk, MD
The KPA
(Joe Thunder & Steve Camry)
1 June 9, 2002
Lucifer & Max Thrasher 1 June 9, 2002
Chad Bowman (1) & Dino Casanova (9) 1 November 24, 2002 Defeated Max Thrasher and Bob Starr, who substituted for Lucifer.
The Holy Rollers
(Earl the Pearl & Rich Meyers)
1 January 12, 2003
"Sure Shot" Derek Wayne & "Mad Dog" Buzz Stryker 1 March 12, 2003 Glen Burnie, MD
G-Dawg & The Buck Child 1 June 8, 2003 Northpoint, MD
Buzz Strker & Derek Wayne (4) 1 July 13, 2003 Dundalk, MD
Dope & Sideswype 1 July 16, 2003 Glen Burnie, MD Defeated Chad Bowman & Dino Devine and Buzz Stryker & Derek Wayne in a 3-way tag team match. This match would also unify the MEWF and MCW Tag Team Titles.
Suicide & Bruiser 2 January 11, 2004 Dundalk, MD
The Slackers
(Chad Bowman & Dino Devine)
1 January 11, 2004 Dundalk, MD
Alex Lunar & Eagle 1 March 28, 2004 Dundalk, MD

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w x y z aa ab Royal Duncan & Gary Will (2006). Wrestling Title Histories (4th ed.). Archeus Communications. ISBN 0-9698161-5-4. 

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