NWA Pacific Northwest Tag Team Championship

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NWA Pacific Northwest Tag Team Championship
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NWA Pacific Northwest Tag Team Championship belt
Details
PromotionPacific Northwest Wrestling
Date establishedNovember 17, 1952

The NWA Pacific Northwest Tag Team Championship was a professional wrestling championship sanctioned by the National Wrestling Alliance and defended in its member promotion Pacific Northwest Wrestling, which promoted shows in the U.S. states of Oregon and Washington.[1]

The original version of the title lasted from 1952 until the company's closure in 1992, when Don Owen retired and sold his company to Sandy Barr.[1] Barr retired all NWA PNW titles with Owen and began operating under the company name "Championship Wrestling USA", creating new championships. In 1993, the belts were used to represent the AAA/IWC World Tag Team Championship until it was deactivated in 1994. The actual retired (Owen Era) NWA Pacific Northwest Tag Team Championship belts were kept by Sandy Barr, refurbished due to age and were being used by the International Grappler's Alliance, his wrestling organization. With Sandy Barr's passing, Josh Barr started PDX Pro Wrestling in St. Johns, Oregon, in 2007, which is using the original PNW Tag Team belts.

In March 2015, the NWA made its return to Portland when local promotion Blue Collar Wrestling joined the Alliance.[citation needed]

Title history[edit]

Wrestler: Times: Date: Location: Notes:
Harold Sakata and Toi Yamamoto 1 November 17, 1952 [Note 1]  
Kurt Von Poppenheim and John Cretorian 1 December 25, 1952 [Note 1]  
Harold Sakata and Toi Yamamoto 2 January 9, 1953 [Note 1]  
David Jones and Carl Engstrom 1 December 21, 1953 [Note 1]  
Ivan Gorky and Soldat Gorky 1 January 11, 1954 [Note 1]  
Kurt Von Poppenheim (2) and Leo Wallick 1 December 20, 1954 [Note 1]  
Bulldog Curtis and Tommy Martinez 1 March 29, 1955 [Note 1]  
Luther Lindsay and George Dussette 1 March 15, 1955 [Note 1]  
Doug Donovan and Ivan Kameroff 1 June 11, 1955 [Note 1]  
Luigi Macera and Gory Guerrero 1 July 25, 1955 [Note 1]  
Doug Donovan and Ivan Kameroff 2 August 26, 1955 [Note 1]  
Luigi Macera (2) and Dick Torio 1 September 19, 1955 [Note 1]  
Bill Savage and Buck Weaver 1 October 20, 1955 [Note 1]  
Kurt Von Poppenheim (3) and Henry Lenz 1 December 30, 1955 [Note 1]  
Kurt Von Poppenheim (4) and Jack O'Reilly 1 1956 [Note 1]  
Herb Freeman and Larry Chene 1 May 7, 1956 [Note 1] [2]
Doug Donovan (3) and Red Donovan 1 May 27, 1956 [Note 1]  
Herb Freeman (2) and Pepper Gomez 1 June 29, 1956 [Note 1]  
Bulldog Curtis (2) and Henry Lenz (2) 1 July 29, 1956 [Note 1]  
Red Bastien and Andre Drapp 1 September 25, 1956 [Note 1]  
Red Bastien (2) and Roy Heffernan 1 1956 [Note 1]  
Ed Francis and Henry Lenz (3) 1 February 2, 1957 [Note 1]  
Ed Francis (2) and Bill Savage (2) 1 1957 [Note 1]  
Herb Freeman (3) and Luigi Macera (3) 1 May 17, 1957 [Note 1]  
Herb Freeman (4) and Cowboy Carlson 1 1957 [Note 1]  
Doug Donovan (4) and Red Donovan 2 August 7, 1957 [Note 1]  
Kurt Von Himmler and Juan Oinada 1 October 22, 1957 [Note 1]  
Herb Freeman (5) and Henry Lenz (4) 1 January 2, 1958 [Note 1]  
Herb Freeman (6) and Nick Kozak 1 1958 [Note 1]  
Doug Donovan (5) and Bill Savage (3) 1 March 17, 1958 [Note 1]  
Nelson Royal and Black Hawk 1 May 6, 1958 [Note 1] [3]
Eric Pederson and Henry Lenz (5) 1 July 3, 1958 [Note 1]  
Ed Francis (3) and Tony Borne 1 September 5, 1958 [Note 1]  
Herb Freeman (7) and Seymour Freeman 1 November 7, 1958 [Note 1]  
Kurt Von Poppenheim (5) and Kurt Von Himmler (2) 1 December 23, 1958 [Note 1]  
Nick Kozak (2) and Al Kashey 1 March 29, 1959 [Note 1]  
Kurt Von Poppenheim (6) and Don Manoukian 1 May 25, 1959 [Note 1] [4]
Tony Borne (2) and Bill Savage (4) 1 July 2, 1959 [Note 1]  
Kurt Von Poppenheim (7) and Fritz Von Brauner 1 August 21, 1959 [Note 1]  
Ed Francis (4) and Herb Freeman (8) 1 November 3, 1959 [Note 1]  
Ed Francis (5) and Ed Sullivan 1 [Note 1] [Note 1] Ed Sullivan replaced Herb Freeman when he was unable to compete due to an injured
Tony Borne (3) and Shag Thomas 1 March 28, 1960 [Note 1]  
Ed Francis (6) and Bill Savage (5) 2 May 6, 1960 [Note 1] [3]
Kurt Von Poppenheim (8) and Soldat Gorky (2) 1 July 22, 1960 [Note 1]  
Tony Borne (4) and Shag Thomas 2 November 11, 1960 [Note 1]  
Herb Freeman (9) and Nick Kozak (3) 2 December 1, 1960 [Note 1]  
Bill Savage (6) and Tito Kopa 1 February 10, 1961 [Note 1]  
Luther Lindsay (2) and Bing Ki Lee 1 June 10, 1961 [Note 1] [5]
Shag Thomas (3) and Don Manoukian (2) 1 July 2, 1961 [Note 1]  
Herb Freeman (10) and Luther Lindsay (3) 1 August 10, 1961 [Note 1]  
Herb Freeman (11) and Seymour Freeman (2) 2 October 8, 1961 [Note 1]  
King Iaukea and Haru Sasaki 1 January 19, 1962 [Note 1]  
Fritz Von Goering and Kurt Von Poppenheim (9) 1 March 22, 1962 [Note 1]  
Shag Thomas (4) and Luther Lindsay (4) 1 July 21, 1962 [Note 1]  
Fritz Von Goering (2) and Mad Dog Vachon 1 September 21, 1962 [Note 1]  
Shag Thomas (5) and Luther Lindsay (5) 2 December 9, 1962 [Note 1] Vacated Title in January 1963
Jack Dalton and Jim Dalton 1 February 12, 1963 Portland, Oregon  
Shag Thomas (6) and Billy White Wolf 1 June 5, 1963 Salem, Oregon  
Ivan Kameroff (3) and Soldat Gorky (3) 1 July 2, 1963 Salem, Oregon  
Shag Thomas (7) and Luther Lindsay (6) 3 July 24, 1963 Salem, Oregon  
Shag Thomas (8) and Danny Hodge 1 1963 [Note 1] Danny Hodge replaced Luther Lindsay when he was unable to compete due to an injury
The Destroyer and Art Michalik 1 September 9, 1963 Salem, Oregon  
Shag Thomas (9) and Luther Lindsay (7) 4 January 15, 1964 Salem, Oregon  
The Destroyer and Art Michalik 2 January 22, 1964 Salem, Oregon  
Nick Bockwinkel and Nick Kozak (4) 1 March 18, 1964 Salem, Oregon  
The Destroyer and Art Michalik 3 April 3, 1964 Salem, Oregon [6]
Nick Bockwinkel and Nick Kozak (5) 2 April 22, 1964 Salem, Oregon Don Manoukian was filling in for Art Michalik
Nick Bockwinkel (3) and Buddy Mareno 1 1964 [Note 1] Buddy Mareno replaced Nick Kozak when he was unable to compete due to an injury
Pat Patterson and Tony Borne (5) 1 June 17, 1964 Salem, Oregon  
Pepper Martin and Billy White Wolf (2) 1 August 6, 1964 Salem, Oregon  
Pepper Martin (2) and Luther Lindsay (8) 1 1964 [Note 1]  
Pat Patterson (2) and The Hangman 1 September 18, 1964 [Note 1]  
Pepper Martin (3) and Luther Lindsay (9) 2 October 26, 1964 [Note 1]  
Mad Russian and El Sheeref 1 January 25, 1965 [Note 1]  
Pepper Martin (4) and Shag Thomas (10) 1 March 22, 1965 [Note 1]  
Stan Stasiak and Haru Sasaki (2) 1 June 21, 1965 Portland, Oregon  
Pepper Martin (5) and Shag Thomas (11) 2 June 28, 1965 Portland, Oregon  
Stan Stasiak (2) and Mad Russian (2) 1 July 14, 1965 [Note 1]  
Shag Thomas (12) and Armand Hussein 1 August 27, 1965 [Note 1]  
Shag Thomas (13) and Bearcat Wright 1 October 28, 1965 [Note 1]  
Stan Stasiak (3) and Mighty Ursus 1 January 6, 1966 [Note 1]  
Shag Thomas (14) and Bearcat Wright 2 January 13, 1966 [Note 1]  
Tony Borne (6) and Jay York 1 January 31, 1966 [Note 1]  
Bearcat Wright (3) and Billy White Wolf (3) 1 March 20, 1966 [Note 1]  
Tony Borne (7) and Prof. Hiro 1 May 18, 1966 [Note 1]  
Rene Goulet and Pepper Martin (6) 1 June 1, 1966 [Note 1] [7]
Mr. Fuji and Haru Sasaki (3) 1 July 27, 1966 [Note 1]  
Rene Goulet (2) and Shag Thomas (15) 1 October 6, 1966 [Note 1]  
Tony Borne (8) and Mr. Fuji (2) 1 October 27, 1966 [Note 1]  
Pepper Martin (7) and Shag Thomas (16) 3 December 10, 1966 [Note 1]  
Tony Borne (9) and Moondog Mayne 1 December 14, 1966 [Note 1]  
Pepper Martin (8) and Paul Jones 1 January 27, 1967 [Note 1]  
Tony Borne (10) and Moondog Mayne 2 March 9, 1967 [Note 1]  
Johnny Kostas and Jim Osborne 1 August 10, 1967 [Note 1]  
Tony Borne (11) and Moondog Mayne 3 August 25, 1967 [Note 1]  
Johnny Kostas (2) and Dean Ho 1 September 6, 1967 [Note 1]  
Tony Borne (12) and Moondog Mayne 4 September 22, 1967 [Note 1]  
Moondog Mayne (5) and Beauregard 1 February 16, 1968 [Note 1] Borne and Mayne split
The Von Steigers
(Kurt Von Steiger and Karl Von Steiger)
1 October 12, 1968 [Note 1]  
Billy White Wolf (4) and Johnny War Eagle 1 November 26, 1968 [Note 1]  
The Von Steigers
(Kurt Von Steiger and Karl Von Steiger)
2 December 25, 1968 [Note 1]  
Shag Thomas (17) and Luther Lindsay (10) 4 February 15, 1969 [Note 1]  
The Von Steigers
(Kurt Von Steiger and Karl Von Steiger)
3 April 1, 1969 [Note 1]  
Tony Borne (13) and Moondog Mayne (6) 5 April 22, 1969 [Note 1]  
The Von Steigers
(Kurt Von Steiger and Karl Von Steiger)
4 May 3, 1969 [Note 1] [8]
Tony Borne (14) and Moondog Mayne (7) 6 May 13, 1969 [Note 1] [9]
Stan Stasiak (4) and Tony Marino 1 July 10, 1969 [Note 1]  
Tony Borne (15) and Moondog Mayne (8) 7 July 24, 1969 [Note 1]  
Beauregard (2) and Roger Kirby 1 December 6, 1969 [Note 1]  
Tony Borne (16) and Moondog Mayne (9) 8 December 13, 1969 [Note 1]  
The Von Steigers
(Kurt Von Steiger and Karl Von Steiger)
5 January 19, 1970 [Note 1]  
Moondog Mayne (10) and Frankie Laine 1 March 27, 1970 [Note 1]  
Beauregard (3) and The Claw 1 June 20, 1970 [Note 1]  
Mr. Fuji (3) and Haru Sasaki (4) 2 August 1, 1970 [Note 1]  
Tony Borne (17) and Moondog Mayne (11) 9 October 28, 1970 [Note 1]  
Mr. Fuji (4) and Haru Sasaki (5) 3 November 12, 1970 [Note 1]  
Tony Borne (18) and Moondog Mayne (12) 10 November 28, 1970 [Note 1]  
Kurt Von Steiger (6) and Karl Von Steiger (6) 6 January 8, 1971 [Note 1]  
Frankie Laine (2) and Bobby Nichols 1 April 28, 1971 [Note 1]  
The Von Steigers
(Kurt Von Steiger and Karl Von Steiger)
7 May 8, 1971 [Note 1]  
Royal Kangaroos
(Jonathan Boyd and Norman Frederick Charles III)
1 July 11, 1971 [Note 1]  
Frankie Laine (3) and Big Snuka 1 July 23, 1971 Medford, Oregon  
Royal Kangaroos
(Jonathan Boyd and Norman Frederick Charles III)
2 1971 [Note 1]  
Dutch Savage and Beauregard (4) 1 November 26, 1971 [Note 1]  
Royal Kangaroos
(Jonathan Boyd and Norman Frederick Charles III)
3 December 17, 1971 [Note 1]  
Tony Borne (19) and Moondog Mayne (13) 11 April 17, 1972 [Note 1]  
Royal Kangaroos
(Jonathan Boyd and Norman Frederick Charles III)
4 May 9, 1972 [Note 1]  
Dutch Savage (2) and Moondog Mayne (14) 1 June 17, 1972 [Note 1]  
Tony Borne (20) and The Skull 1 September 2, 1972 [Note 1]  
Dutch Savage (3) and Moondog Mayne (15) 2 October 14, 1972 [Note 1]  
Dutch Savage (4) and Steven Little Bear 1 January 2, 1973 [Note 1]  
Bull Ramos and Clay Spencer 1 June 1, 1973 [Note 1] [7]
Los Compadres
(Al Madril and Jose Gonzales)
1 July 2, 1973 [Note 1]  
Bull Ramos (2) and Ripper Collins 1 August 11, 1973 [Note 1]  
Dutch Savage (5) and Jimmy Snuka (2) 1 October 27, 1973 [Note 1]  
Kurt Von Steiger (8) and Killer Karl Krupp 1 February 1, 1974 [Note 1]  
Kurt Von Steiger (9) and Mati Suzuki 1 1974 [Note 1]  
Dutch Savage (6) and Jimmy Snuka (3) 2 March 22, 1974 [Note 1]  
Royal Kangaroos
(Jonathan Boyd and Norman Frederick Charles III)
5 February 27, 1975 [Note 1] [10]
Dutch Savage (7) and Jimmy Snuka (4) 3 December 25, 1975 [Note 1]  
Jesse Ventura and Bull Ramos (3) 1 April 10, 1976 [Note 1]  
Royal Kangaroos
(Jonathan Boyd and Norman Frederick Charles III)
6 June 5, 1976 [Note 1]  
Jesse Ventura and Bull Ramos (4) 2 June 8, 1976 [Note 1]  
Dutch Savage (8) and Jimmy Snuka (5) 4 August 3, 1976 [Note 1]  
Jesse Ventura (3) and Buddy Rose 1 October 25, 1976 [Note 1]  
Dutch Savage (9) and Jimmy Snuka (6) 5 November 5, 1976 [Note 1]  
Jesse Ventura (4) and Buddy Rose 2 January 15, 1977 [Note 1]  
Moondog Mayne (16) and Les Thornton 1 June 4, 1977 [Note 1]  
Ron Bass and John Anson 1 August 7, 1977 [Note 1]  
Ron Bass (2) and Moondog Mayne (17) 1 November 26, 1977 [Note 1]  
Buddy Rose (3) and Ed Wiskoski 1 December 7, 1977 [Note 1]  
Jesse Ventura (5) and Jerry Oates 1 March 22, 1978 [Note 1]  
Bull Ramos (5) and The Iron Sheik 1 April 18, 1978 [Note 1]  
Dutch Savage (10) and Jimmy Snuka (7) 6 June 10, 1978 [Note 1] [5]
Buddy Rose (4) and Ed Wiskoski (2) 2 September 9, 1978 [Note 1]  
Dutch Savage (11) and Jonathan Boyd (7) 1 November 21, 1978 Portland, Oregon  
Roddy Piper and Killer Brooks 1 December 31, 1978 [Note 1]  
Adrian Adonis and Ron Starr 1 April 3, 1979 [Note 1] [6]
Kiwi Sheepherders
(Brute Miller and Luke Williams)
1 July 21, 1979 [Note 1]  
Dutch Savage (12) and Stan Stasiak (5) 1 September 22, 1979 [Note 1]  
Kiwi Sheepherders
(Brute Miller and Luke Williams)
2 September 29, 1979 [Note 1]  
Roddy Piper (2) and Rick Martel 1 March 29, 1980 [Note 1]  
Kiwi Sheepherders
(Brute Miller and Luke Williams)
3 May 12, 1980 [Note 1]  
Roddy Piper (3) and Rick Martel 2 August 5, 1980 [Note 1] Awarded when Sheepherders left the area
Buddy Rose (5) and Ed Wiskoski (3) 3 1980 [Note 1]  
Roddy Piper (4) and Rick Martel (3) 3 1980 [Note 1]  
Roddy Piper (5) and Mike Popovich 1 August 28, 1980 [Note 1] Martel lost a loser-leaves-town match to Buddy Rose on August 16, 1980; Popovich replaced Martel
Rip Oliver and Fidel Cortez 1 September 12, 1980 Grandview, Washington  
Jay Youngblood and Joe Lightfoot 1 October 25, 1980 [Note 1]  
Rip Oliver (2) and The Destroyer 1 January 17, 1981 [Note 1]  
Buzz and Brett Sawyer 1 April 18, 1981 [Note 1]  
Rip Oliver (3) and The Destroyer (2) 2 June 8, 1981 [Note 1]  
Matt Borne and Steve Regal 1 July 11, 1981 [Note 1]  
Rip Oliver (4) and Buddy Rose (6) 1 August 29, 1981 [Note 1]  
Matt Borne and Steve Regal 2 September 5, 1981 [Note 1]  
Stan Stasiak (6) and Buddy Rose (7) 1 November 4, 1981 [Note 1]  
Rocky Johnson and Iceman King Parsons 1 November 28, 1981 Portland, Oregon  
Rip Oliver (5) and Matt Borne (3) 1 January 16, 1982 [Note 1]  
Larry Hennig and Curt Hennig 1 April 27, 1982 [Note 1]  
Rip Oliver (6) and Matt Borne (4) 2 May 1, 1982 [Note 1]  
Brett Sawyer (2) and Rocky Johnson (2) 1 June 2, 1982 Seattle, Washington  
Rip Oliver (7) and Buddy Rose (8) 2 July 30, 1982 [Note 1]  
Brett Sawyer (3) and Steve Pardee 1 August 13, 1982 [Note 1]  
Rip Oliver (8) and The Assassin (3) 1 September 11, 1982 Portland, Oregon  
Stan Stasiak (7) and Billy Jack 1 December 12, 1982 [Note 1]  
Rip Oliver (9) and The Assassin (4) 1 January 1, 1983 Portland, Oregon  
Stan Stasiak (8) and Billy Jack 2 March 10, 1983 Salem, Oregon  
Rip Oliver (10) and The Assassin (5) 3 April 2, 1983 Portland, Oregon  
Buddy Rose (9) and Brian Adias 1 August 20, 1983 Portland, Oregon  
Rip Oliver (11) and The Assassin (6) 4 August 30, 1983 Seattle, Washington  
Buddy Rose (10) and Curt Hennig (2) 1 November 5, 1983 Portland, Oregon  
Dynamite Kid and The Assassin (7) 1 November 12, 1983 Portland, Oregon  
Curt Hennig (3) and Pat McGhee 1 December 23, 1983 Eugene, Oregon  
Rip Oliver (12) and The Assassin (8) 5 February 11, 1984 Portland, Oregon  
Tom Prichard and Brett Sawyer (4) 1 May 23, 1984 Seattle, Washington  
Mike Miller and Mr. Ebony 1 July 21, 1984 [Note 1]  
Tom Prichard and Brett Sawyer (5) 2 August 18, 1984 Portland, Oregon [11]
Tom Prichard (3) and Jerry Gray 1 September 22, 1984 [Note 1] Jerry Gray replaced Brett Sawyer when he was unable to compete due to an injury
Mike Miller (2) and Mr. Ebony (2) 2 November 20, 1984 [Note 1]  
Billy Two Eagles and Don Running Bear 1 January 12, 1985 Portland, Oregon  
Mega Maharishi (4) and Kendo Nagasaki 1 April 13, 1985 Portland, Oregon  
Billy Jack Haynes (3) and Ricky Vaughn 1 May 11, 1985 Portland, Oregon Vacated in May 1985 when Haynes leaves the area
Mike Miller (3) and Karl Steiner 1 June 8, 1985 Portland, Oregon Defeat Bobby Jaggers and Ricky Vaughn in tournament final
S&S Express
(Steve Simpson and Joe Savoldi)
1 September 24, 1985 Portland, Oregon  
Mike Miller (4) and Moondog Moretti 1 October 22, 1985 Fort Lewis, Washington  
Tom Zenk and Scott Doring 1 December 14, 1985 Portland, Oregon  
Bobby Jaggers and Rip Oliver (13) 1 January 26, 1986 Salem, Oregon  
Bobby Jaggers (2) and The Assassin (9) 1 1986 [Note 1]  
Brady Boone and Cocoa Samoa 1 March 29, 1986 Portland, Oregon  
Mike Miller (5) and Abbuda Dein 1 June 25, 1986 Madras, Oregon  
Brady Boone (2) and Ricky Santana 1 October 4, 1986 Portland, Oregon  
Mike Miller (6) and Abbuda Dein 2 November 10, 1986 Longview, Washington  
Ricky Santana (2) and Cocoa Samoa (2) 1 January 7, 1987 Portland, Oregon  
Mike Miller (7) and Rip Oliver (14) 1 March 6, 1987 Portland, Oregon  
Mike Miller (8) and Black Ninja/Cocoa Samoa (3) 1 May 23, 1987 Portland, Oregon Defeat Rip Oliver and Moondog Moretti who was subbing for Mike Miller; Samoa wins title as masked Black Ninja and immediately unmasks
Super Ninja and Rip Oliver (15) 1 July 25, 1987 Portland, Oregon  
Super Ninja and Joey Jackson 1 September 18, 1987 [Note 1] Jackson replaced Oliver who left the area
The Southern Rockers
(Scott Peterson and Steve Doll)
1 November 7, 1987 Portland, Oregon  
Mike Golden and Avalanche 1 March 26, 1988 Portland, Oregon  
The Southern Rockers
(Scott Peterson and Steve Doll)
2 May 7, 1988 Portland, Oregon [2]
The Grappler and The Terminator 1 July 2, 1988 Portland, Oregon  
The Southern Rockers
(Scott Peterson and Steve Doll)
3 July 9, 1988 Portland, Oregon Title help up after a match against Buddy Rose and Col. DeBeers on July 16, 1988 in Portland, Oregon
The Southern Rockers
(Scott Peterson and Steve Doll)
4 July 22, 1988 Portland, Oregon Defeat Rose and DeBeers in rematch
Beach Boys
(Buddy Rose (11) and Avalanche (2))
1 September 3, 1988 Portland, Oregon [12]
The Southern Rockers
(Scott Peterson and Steve Doll)
5 September 20, 1988 Portland, Oregon  
The Grappler (2)) and Abbuda Dein (3)) 1 October 29, 1988 Portland, Oregon  
The Southern Rockers
(Scott Peterson and Steve Doll)
6 January 7, 1989 Portland, Oregon  
Buddy Rose (12) and Col. DeBeers (Ed Wiskoski) (7) 3 January 28, 1989 Portland, Oregon Title vacated in March 1989 when Rose was injured
The Southern Rockers
(Scott Peterson and Steve Doll)
7 April 29, 1989 Portland, Oregon Defeated Col. DeBeers and Nord the Barbarian in tournament final
Scotty the Body and Top Gun (10) 1 July 8, 1989 Portland, Oregon Title held up after Scotty and Top Gun split on July 22, 1989
Scotty the Body and The Grappler (3)) 1 August 5, 1989 Portland, Oregon Scotty defeats Top Gun for titles
The Southern Rockers
(Steve Doll (8) and Rex King)
1 August 26, 1989 Portland, Oregon Title held-up after match with Scotty the Body and Grappler on August 9, 1989 in Portland, Oregon
The Southern Rockers
(Steve Doll (9) and Rex King)
2 September 16, 1989 Portland, Oregon Defeat Scotty and Grappler in rematch; help up after a match against Brian Adams in Jeff Warner on November 4, 1989
The Southern Rockers
(Steve Doll (10) and Rex King)
3 November 11, 1989 [Note 1] Defeated Adams and Warner in rematch
The Grappler (4)) and Brian Adams 1 December 14, 1989 Salem, Oregon  
The Southern Rockers
(Steve Doll (11) and Rex King)
4 January 27, 1990 Portland, Oregon Titles vacated in February 1990 when Doll and King leave the area
Juice Patrol
(Beatlejuice and Big Juice)
1 March 31, 1990 Portland, Oregon  
U.S. Male
(Ricky Santana (3) and Curtis Thompson)
1 May 12, 1990 Portland, Oregon  
Juice Patrol
(Beatlejuice and Big Juice)
2 June 23, 1990 Portland, Oregon Titles vacated on June 30, 1990 when Big Juice loses a loser-leaves-town match
Latin Connection
(Ricky Santana (4) and Al Madril (2))
1 August 25, 1990 Portland, Oregon Defeat Steve Doll and Scott Norton; title help up after a match against Rip Oliver and Larry Oliver on September 22, 1990 in Portland, Oregon
Rip Oliver (16) and Larry Oliver 1 August 29, 1990 Portland, Oregon Defeat Latin Connection in rematch
Wrecking Crew
(The Grappler (5)) and The Equalizer)
1 November 3, 1990 Portland, Oregon  
Steve Doll (12) and Scotty the Boddy (2)) 1 December 3, 1990 Coos Bay, Oregon  
Wrecking Crew
(The Grappler (5)) and The Equalizer)
2 December 5, 1990 Gresham, Oregon  
Brad Anderson and The Hood (Ricky Santana (5)) 1 February 2, 1991 Portland, Oregon Title held-up after match with Steve Doll and Bart Sawyer in Portland, Oregon
Brad Anderson and Ricky Santana (6) 2 February 16, 1990 Portland, Oregon Defeat Steve Doll and Bart Sawyer for the held-up title (Santana is unmasked on February 16, 1990 in Portland, Oregon); titles vacated on unknown date for unknown reason
Bruise Brothers
(Ron Harris and Don Harris)
1 May 4, 1991 Portland, Oregon Defeated The Southern Rockers (Steve Doll and Rex King) in tournament final
Steve Doll (13) and Jimmy Jack Funk 1 June 12, 1991 Portland, Oregon  
Bruise Brothers
(Ron Harris and Don Harris)
2 June 20, 1991 Portland, Oregon  
Steve Doll (14) and Demolition Crush (2)) 1 July 27, 1991 Portland, Oregon  
The Grappler (7)) and Don Harris (3) 1 September 1, 1991 Portland, Oregon  
Bruise Brothers
(Ron Harris and Don Harris)
3 October 12, 1991 Portland, Oregon Don Harris defeats The Grappler after they split up
The Grappler (8)) and Steve Doll (15) 1 November 10, 1991 Vancouver, Washingtong  
Bruise Brothers
(Ron Harris and Don Harris)
4 November 25, 1991 Florence, Oregon  
The Grappler (9)) and Steve Doll (16) 2 December 8, 1991 Vancouver, Washington  
Bruise Brothers
(Ron Harris and Don Harris)
5 January 1992 [Note 1]  
Jesse Barr (2) and Art Barr (3)) 1 January 19, 1992 Vancouver, Washington  
Bruise Brothers
(Ron Harris and Don Harris)
6 January 29, 1992 [Note 1] Titles held-up after a match against Steve Doll and The Grappler on February 8, 1992 in Portland, Oregon
The Grappler (10)) and Steve Doll (17) 3 February 15, 1992 Portland, Oregon Defeated Bruise Brothers in rematch
Colonel DeBeers (6) and John Rambo 1 March 21, 1992 Portland, Oregon  
The Grappler (11)) and Steve Doll (18) 4 April 4, 1992 Portland, Oregon Promotion closed in July 1992

Blue Collar Wrestling title history[edit]

Wrestler: Times: Date: Location: Notes:
The Cowboys
(Tex Thompson and Lonestar)
1 January 10, 2015 Portland, Oregon Awarded when Blue Collar Wrestling joins the NWA; may have won a tournament
The Moonshiners 1 August 9, 2015 Portland, Oregon  
Gregor Petrov and Zach Winters 1 December 20, 2015 Portland, Oregon Three way match with Moonshiners, Darkness and Emperor Void where Winters pinned Void.
North Portland Wrecking Crew
(Tex Thompson and Tony Stetson)
1 April 24, 2016 Portland, Oregon Defeated the team of Gregor Petrov and Crashella due to Petrov being unable to get along with multiple tag partners in the prior weeks.
Dark Asylum
(Darkness and Big Vicious
1 May 29, 2016 Portland, Oregon Took place at Piperpalooza II, Keith Atkins was the special Referee
The Role Models}} 1 October 10, 2016 Portland, Oregon  
TNT 1 December 18, 2016 Portland, Oregon  
Cameron Star and Max Burnside 1 February 19, 2017 Portland, Oregon  
The Faction
(Badd Blood and Buddy Highway)
1 March 5, 2017 Portland, Oregon  
The Role Models 1 April 30, 2017 Portland, Oregon  
The Superheros 1 June 4, 2017 Portland, Oregon  

Footnotes[edit]

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References[edit]

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