Stampede Wrestling International Tag Team Championship

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Stampede Wrestling International Tag Team Championship
Details
Promotion Stampede Wrestling
Date established 1958
2000
Date retired 1989
2008
Other name(s)
  • NWA International Tag-Team Championship (Calgary version)

The Stampede International Tag Team Championship was the main tag-team title in the Canadian professional wrestling promotion Stampede Wrestling. It was created in 1958 as the NWA International Tag-Team Championship (Calgary version). When promoter Stu Hart resigned from the National Wrestling Alliance in 1984 the title was renamed the Stampede International Tag-Team Championship. When Stampede wrestling closed down in 1989 the titles were retired, but brought back in 2000 when Stampede Wrestling was restarted by Bruce Hart and Ross Hart.[1][2]

Title history[edit]

Key
No. The overall championship reign
Reign The reign number for the specific wrestler listed.
Event The event promoted by the respective promotion in which the title changed hands
N/A The specific information is not known
Used for vacated reigns in order to not count it as an official reign
No. Champions Reign Date Days held Location Event Notes Ref(s)
1 Kalmikoffs, TheThe Kalmikoffs
(Ivan and Karol)
1 February 28, 1958 127 Calgary, Alberta SW show [1][2]
2 Chris and John 1 July 5, 1958 119 N/A SW show [1][2]
3 The Flying Scotts
(George and Sandy)
1 November 1, 1958 90 Calgary, Alberta SW show [1][2]
4 The Vachons
(Maurice and Paul)
1 January 30, 1959 3 Calgary, Alberta SW show [1][2]
Vacated February 2, 1959 N/A N/A Championship vacated after a match against the Flying Scotts [1][2]
5 The Flying Scotts
(George and Sandy)
2 February 2, 1959 31 Regina, Saskatchewan SW show Defeated Maurice and Paul Vachon for the vacant titles. [1][2]
6 Garzia, ChicoChico Garzia and Chet Wallick 1 March 5, 1959 2 Regina, Saskatchewan SW show [1][2][3]
7 The Vachons
(Maurice and Paul)
2 March 7, 1959 20 N/A SW show [1][2]
8 Thomas, ShagShag Thomas and Mighty Ursus 1 March 27, 1959 28 Calgary, Alberta SW show [1][2]
9 The Vachons
(Maurice and Paul)
3 April 24, 1959 7 N/A SW show [1][2]
10 The Flying Scotts
(George and Sandy)
3 May 1, 1959 231 Calgary, Alberta SW show [1][2]
11 Al Mills and Don Kindred 1 December 18, 1959 46 N/A SW show [1][2]
Vacated February 2, 1960 N/A N/A Championship vacated when Mills suffered a extended illness. [1][2]
12 Don Kindred (2) and John Foti 1 March 11, 1960 35 N/A SW show Kindred and Foti were also recognized as "IWA Tag Team champions". [1][2]
13 Oattem Fisher and Luther Lindsay 1 April 15, 1960 42 Calgary, Alberta SW show [1][2]
14 Tourville, TarzanTarzan Tourville and Mighty Ursus (2) 1 May 27, 1960 35 Calgary, Alberta SW show [1][2]
15 Jim Wright and Gypsy Joe 1 July 1, 1960 92 N/A SW show [1][2]
Vacated October 1, 1960 N/A N/A Championship vacated when Gypsy Joe left Stampede Wrestling [1][2]
16 Jim Wright (2) and Chico Garcia (2) 1 October 14, 1960 0 Calgary, Alberta SW show Defeated Ed Francis and Luigi Mecera to win the vacant titles. [1][2]
17 The Brunettis
(Guy Brunetti and Joe Brunetti)
1 February 24, 1961 275 N/A SW show [1][2]
Vacated July 16, 1961 N/A N/A Championship vacated the Brunettis no show a title match. [1][2]
18 Mills, TinyTiny Mills and Jack Daniels 1 November 24, 1961 14 Calgary, Alberta SW show Won tournament to crown new champions. [1][2]
19 The Torres Brothers
(Alberto and Ramón)
1 December 8, 1961 144 Calgary, Alberta SW show [1][2]
Vacated May 1, 1962 N/A N/A Championship vacated when the Torres brothers stop working for Stampede Wrestling [1][2]
20 Alexis Bruga and Aldo Bogni 1 May 3, 1962 8 Regina, Saskatchewan SW show Defeat John Foti and Bill Wright in a tournament final. [1][2]
21 Sandor Kovacs and Czaya Nandor 1 May 11, 1962 6 Calgary, Alberta SW show [1][2]
22 Alexis Bruga and Aldo Bogni 2 May 17, 1962 7 Regina, Saskatchewan SW show [1][2]
23 Sandor Kovacs and Czaya Nandor 2 May 24, 1962 222 Calgary, Alberta SW show [1][2]
24 Jim Wright (3) and Mike Sharpe, Sr. 1 January 1, 1963 17 N/A SW show [1][2]
25 Bravo and Ron Etchison 1 January 18, 1963 25 Calgary, Alberta SW show [1][2]
26 Jim Wright (4) and Luke Graham 1 February 12, 1963 2 N/A SW show [1][2]
27 Bravo and Ron Etchison 2 February 14, 1963 14 Regina, Saskatchewan SW show [1][2]
28 Graham, JerryJerry Graham and Jim Wright (5) 1 February 28, 1963 21 Calgary, Alberta SW show [1][2][4]
29 Bravo and Ron Etchison 3 March 21, 1963 1 N/A SW show [1][2]
30 Jim Wright (6) and Masked Destroyer 1 March 22, 1963 21 Calgary, Alberta SW show [1][2]
31 Ricky Waldo and Karl von Schober 1 April 12, 1963 21 Calgary, Alberta SW show [1][2]
32 Jim Wright (7) and Masked Destroyer (2) 2 May 3, 1963 80 N/A SW show [1][2]
33 Shibuya, KenjiKenji Shibuya and Mitsu Arakawa 1 July 22, 1963 99 N/A SW show [1][2]
34 Ron Etchison (4) and Dan Miller 1 October 29, 1963 28 Calgary, Alberta SW show [1][2]
35 The Flying Scotts
(George and Sandy)
4 November 26, 1963 1 Edmonton, Alberta SW show Also billed as NAWA Title. [1][2]
36 Art and Stan Neilson 1 November 27, 1963 1 Saskatoon, Saskatchewan SW show [1][2]
37 The Flying Scotts
(George and Sandy)
5 November 28, 1963 1 Edmonton, Alberta SW show [1][2]
38 Art and Stan Neilson 2 November 29, 1963 21 Calgary, Alberta SW show [1][2]
39 The Flying Scotts
(George and Sandy)
6 December 20, 1963 1,239 Calgary, Alberta SW show [1][2]
40 Von Steigers, TheThe Von Steigers
(Kurt and Karl)
1 May 12, 1967 35 Calgary, Alberta SW show [1][2]
41 The Christys
(Bobby and Jerry)
1 June 16, 1967 25 Calgary, Alberta SW show [1][2]
Vacated July 11, 1967 N/A N/A Championship vacated after a match against the Beast and Bob Sweetan [1][2]
42 Beast, TheThe Beast and Bob Sweetan 1 July 12, 1967 541 Calgary, Alberta SW show won the rematch against The Christys. [1][2][5]
43 Leduc, JosJos Leduc and Paul Leduc 1 January 3, 1969 64 N/A SW show [1][2]
44 Bud and Ray Osborne 1 March 8, 1969 24 N/A SW show [1][2]
45 Sweetan, BobBob Sweetan (2) and Fred Sweetan 1 April 1, 1969 17 Edmonton, Alberta SW show [1][2]
46 Bud and Ray Osborne 2 April 18, 1969 80 Calgary, Alberta SW show [1][2]
47 Clem St. Louis and Jack Pesek 1 July 7, 1969 162 N/A SW show [1][2]
48 Bud and Ray Osborne 3 December 16, 1969 1 Calgary, Alberta SW show [1][2]
49 Hayes, GilGil Hayes and Bill Dromo 1 December 17, 1969 2 N/A SW show [1][2]
50 The Christys
(Bobby and Jerry)
2 December 19, 1969 56 Calgary, Alberta SW show [1][2]
51 Hayes, GilGil Hayes and Bill Dromo 2 February 13, 1970 21 Calgary, Alberta SW show [1][2]
52 The Christys
(Bobby and Jerry)
3 March 6, 1970 112 Calgary, Alberta SW show [1][2]
53 Hayes, GilGil Hayes (3) and Bob Sweetan (3) 1 June 26, 1970 7 N/A SW show [1][2]
54 Bud and Ray Osborne 4 July 3, 1970 63 N/A SW show [1][2]
55 The Christys
(Bobby and Jerry)
4 September 4, 1970 32 Calgary, Alberta SW show [1][2]
56 Sweetan, BobBob Sweetan (4) and Paul Peller 1 October 6, 1970 172 N/A SW show [1][2]
Vacated March 27, 1971 N/A N/A Championship vacated when Sweetan left Stampede Wrestling [1][2]
57 Black, EarlEarl Black and Tiger Joe Tomasso 1 July 9, 1971 32 N/A SW show Won tournament. [1][2]
58 Kroffat, DanDan Kroffat and Bill Cody 1 August 10, 1971 1 N/A SW show [1][2]
59 Black, EarlEarl Black and Tiger Joe Tomasso 2 August 11, 1971 51 Saskatoon, Saskatchewan SW show [1][2]
60 Martel, MichelMichel Martel and Danny Babich 1 October 1, 1971 15 Calgary, Alberta SW show [1][2]
61 Chin Lee and Sugi Sito 1 October 16, 1971 97 Calgary, Alberta SW show [1][2]
62 Tiger Joe Tomasso (3) and Dave Ruhl 1 January 21, 1972 106 Calgary, Alberta SW show [1][2]
63 Chin Lee and Sugi Sito 2 May 6, 1972 83 Calgary, Alberta SW show [1][2]
64 Geoff Portz and Jeff Atcheson (2) 1 July 28, 1972 63 N/A SW show [1][2]
65 Kamata, TorTor Kamata and Sugi Sito (3) 1 September 29, 1972 42 N/A SW show [1][2]
66 Kroffat, DanDan Kroffat (2) and Lenny Hurst 1 November 10, 1972 9 N/A SW show [1][2]
67 Tiger Joe Tomasso (4) and Gil Hayes (4) 1 November 19, 1972 26 N/A SW show [1][2]
68 Martel, MichelMichel Martel and Danny Babich 2 December 15, 1972 1 N/A SW show [1][2]
69 Gordienko, GeorgeGeorge Gordienko and Super Hawk 1 December 16, 1972 7 N/A SW show [1][2]
70 Martel, MichelMichel Martel and Danny Babich 3 December 23, 1972 28 N/A SW show [1][2]
71 Kroffat, DanDan Kroffat (3) and Lenny Hurst 2 January 20, 1973 20 Edmonton, Alberta SW show [1][2]
72 Martel, MichelMichel Martel and Danny Babich 4

February 9, 1973

63 Calgary, Alberta SW show [1][2]
73 Belafonte, CarlosCarlos Belafonte and Gino Caruso 1 April 13, 1973 [Note 1] N/A SW show [1][2]
Vacated May 1973 N/A N/A Championship vacated when Belafonte was injured [1][2]
74 Wild Samoans, TheThe Wild Samoans
(Afa and Sika)
1 May 1973 [Note 2] N/A SW show [1][2]
75 Chatti Yokouchi and Yasu Fuji 1 June 8, 1973 35 N/A SW show [1][2]
76 Kroffat, DanDan Kroffat (4) and Bill Cody (2) 1 July 13, 1973 7 Calgary, Alberta SW show [1][2]
77 Hayes, GilGil Hayes (5) and Benny Ramírez 1 July 20, 1973 41 Calgary, Alberta SW show [1][2]
78 Wild Samoans, TheThe Wild Samoans
(Afa and Sika)
2 August 30, 1973 9 N/A SW show [1][2]
79 Chatti Yokouchi and Yasu Fuji 2 September 8, 1973 27 Edmonton, Alberta SW show [1][2]
80 Pringle, BobBob Pringle and Bill Cody (3) 1 October 5, 1973 92 Calgary, Alberta SW show [1][2]
81 Kiwis, TheThe Kiwis
(Sweet William and Nick Carter)
1 January 5, 1974 123 Calgary, Alberta SW show [1][2]
82 Tokyo Joe and Great Saki 1 May 8, 1974 3 Calgary, Alberta SW show [1][2]
83 Kiwis, TheThe Kiwis
(Sweet William and Nick Carter)
2 May 11, 1974 67 N/A SW show [1][2]
84 Stan Kowalski and Duke Savage 1 July 17, 1974 18 N/A SW show [1][2]
85 Martel, RickRick Martel and Lenny Hurst (3) 1 August 4, 1974 75 N/A SW show [1][2]
86 Pat and Mike Kelly 1 October 18, 1974 98 N/A SW show [1][2]
87 Laine, FrankieFrankie Laine and Len Thornton 1 January 24, 1975 98 Calgary, Alberta SW show [1][2]
88 Hito, Mr.Mr. Hito (2) and John Quinn 1 May 2, 1975 105 N/A SW show Mr. Hito previously held the championship under the name "Tokyo Joe" [1][2]
Vacated August 15, 1975 N/A N/A Championship vacated when Mr. Hito went to Japan [1][2]
89 Hito, Mr.Mr. Hito (3) and Gil Hayes (6) 1 December 12, 1975 14 N/A SW show Won tournament [1][2]
90 Ed and Jerry Morrow 1 December 26, 1975 56 Calgary, Alberta SW show [1][2]
91 Ripper Collins and Don Gagne 1 February 20, 1976 42 N/A SW show [1][2]
92 Lumberjack Luke and Prince Tapu 1 April 2, 1976 7 Calgary, Alberta SW show [1][2]
93 Ripper Collins (2) and Bobby Bass 1 April 9, 1976 28 N/A SW show [1][2]
94 Singh, GamaGama Singh and Crary Stevenson 1 May 7, 1976 25 N/A SW show [1][2]
95 Ed Morrow (2) and Singh, GamaGama Singh (2) 1 June 1, 1976 17 N/A N/A Morrow replaced Crary Stevenson. [1][2]
96 Hito, Mr.Mr. Hito (4) and Higo Hamaguchi 1 June 18, 1976 70 Calgary, Alberta SW show [1][2]
97 Ed (3) and Jerry Morrow (2) 2 August 27, 1976 28 Calgary, Alberta SW show [1][2]
98 Ripper Collins (3) and Larry Sharpe 1 September 24, 1976 21 Calgary, Alberta SW show [1][2]
99 Ed (4) and Jerry Morrow (3) 3 October 15, 1976 49 Calgary, Alberta SW show [1][2]
100 The Cuban Assassins
(Cuban Assassin #1 and Cuban Assassin #2)
1 December 3, 1976 77 N/A SW show [1][2]
101 Burke, LeoLeo Burke and Keith Hart 1 February 18, 1977 47 N/A SW show [1][2]
102 Royal Kangaroos, TheThe Royal Kangaroos
(Jonathan Boyd and Norman Frederick Charles III)
1 April 6, 1977 163 N/A SW show [1][2]
103 Burke, LeoLeo Burke (2) and Bobby Burke 1 September 16, 1977 85 N/A SW show [1][2]
104 Hito, Mr.Mr. Hito (5) and Michel Martel (4) 1 December 10, 1977 69 Edmonton, Alberta SW show [1][2]
105 Jerry Morrow (4) and George Wells 1 February 17, 1978 2 Calgary, Alberta SW show [1][2]
106 Charles III, Norman FrederickNorman Frederick Charles III (2) and Cuban Assassin (2) 1 February 19, 1978 69 N/A SW show [1][2]
107 Keith HartKeith Hart (2) and Hubert Gallant 1 April 29, 1978 125 N/A SW show [1][2]
108 The Castillo Brothers
(Raul and Fidel)
1 September 1, 1978 72 N/A SW show [1][2]
109 Hart Family, TheThe Hart Family
(Keith (3) and Bret)
1 November 12, 1978 90 Edmonton, Alberta SW show [1][2]
110 Hito, Mr.Mr. Hito (6) and Mr. Sakurada 1 February 10, 1979 55 Calgary, Alberta SW show [1][2]
111 Burke, LeoLeo Burke (3) and Keith Hart (4) 2 April 6, 1979 91 Calgary, Alberta SW show [1][2]
112 Funk, Jr., DoryDory Funk, Jr. and Larry Lane 1 July 6, 1979 1 N/A SW show [1][2]
113 Hito, Mr.Mr. Hito (7) and Mr. Sakurada 2 July 7, 1979 53 Edmonton, Alberta SW show [1][2]
114 Hart Family, TheThe Hart Family
(Keith (5) and Bret)
2 August 29, 1979 44 N/A SW show [1][2]
Vacated October 12, 1979 N/A N/A Championship vacated when Bret Hart won the Stampede British Commonwealth Mid-Heavyweight Championship. [1][2]
115 Dynamite Kid and Sekigawa 1 December 21, 1979 36 Calgary, Alberta SW show Defeat Leo Burke and Hubert Gallant in tournament final. [1][2]
116 Hart Family, TheThe Hart Family
(Keith (6) and Bret)
3 January 26, 1980 63 N/A SW show [1][2]
117 Dynamite Kid (2) and Loch Ness Monster 1 March 29, 1980 20 N/A SW show [1][2]
118 Hart Family, TheThe Hart Family
(Keith (7) and Bret)
4 April 18, 1980 46 N/A SW show [1][2]
119 Dynamite Kid (3) and Kasavudu 1 June 3, 1980 23 Regina, Saskatchewan SW show [1][2]
120 Hart Family, TheThe Hart Family
(Keith (8) and Bret)
5 June 26, 1980 34 N/A SW show [1][2]
121 Kasavudu (2) and Sekigawa (3) 1 July 30, 1980 59 N/A SW show [1][2]
122 Neidhart, JimJim Neidhart and Hercules Ayala 1 September 27, 1980 56 N/A SW show [1][2]
123 Duke Myers and Bobby Bass (2) 1 November 22, 1980 10 N/A SW show [1][2]
124 Leo (4) and Bobby Burke 2 December 2, 1980 74 Creston, British Columbia SW show [1][2]
125 Duke Myers (2) and Mike Sharpe Jr. 1 February 14, 1981 223 N/A SW show [1][2]
126 Duke Myers (3) and Kerry Brown 1 September 25, 1981 157 N/A SW show Sharpe and Brown split in September 1981 both chose new tag team partners and had a match. [1][2]
Vacated March 1, 1982 N/A N/A Championship vacated when Brown and Myers are involved in a car accident.| [1][2]
127 Duke Myers (4) and Kerry Brown 2 March 23, 1982 9 Regina, Saskatchewan SW show Defeat David Schultz and Leo Burke in tournament final. [1][2]
128 Hart, BruceBruce Hart (2) and Davey Boy Smith 1 April 1, 1982 89 N/A SW show [1][2]
129 Duke Myers (5) and Dynamite Kid (4) 1 June 29, 1982 143 N/A SW show [1][2]
130 Burke, LeoLeo Burke (5) and Bret Hart (7) 1 November 19, 1982 19 Calgary, Alberta SW show [1][2]
131 Duke Myers (6) and Kerry Brown 3 December 8, 1982 93 Edmonton, Alberta SW show [1][2]
132 Neidhart, JimJim Neidhart (2) and Mr. Hito (8) 1 March 11, 1983 182 Calgary, Alberta SW show [1][2]
133 Cuban Assassin (3) and Francisco Flores 1 September 9, 1983 40 Calgary, Alberta SW show [1][2]
134 Hart, BruceBruce Hart (3) and Davey Boy Smith (2) 1 October 19, 1983 131 N/A SW show [1][2]
135 Davis, DannyDanny Davis and Hubert Gallant (2) 1 February 27, 1984 25 Vancouver, British Columbia SW show [1][2][6]
Vacated March 23, 1984 N/A N/A Championship vacated after a match against Phil Lafleur and Ben Bassarab. [1][2]
136 British Bulldogs, TheThe British Bulldogs
(Dynamite Kid (5) and Davey Boy Smith (3))
1 March 31, 1984 8 Calgary, Alberta SW show Defeat Bad News Allen and Cuban Assassin in tournament final. [1][2]
Vacated August 23, 1984 N/A N/A Championship vacated when promotion was sold to the WWF. Dynamite Kid and Davey Boy Smith join WWF [1][2]
137 Ferris, Honky Tonk WayneHonky Tonk Wayne Ferris and Ron Starr 1 October 25, 1985 105 Calgary, Alberta SW show Defeat Kerry Brown and Hubert Gallant in tournament final. [1][2]
138 Burke, LeoLeo Burke (6) and Ron Ritchie 1 February 7, 1986 0 Calgary, Alberta SW show [1][2][7]
Vacated February 7, 1986 N/A N/A Championship vacated when Starr and Wayne ran off with the belts. [1][2]
139 Ferris, Honky Tonk WayneHonky Tonk Wayne Ferris and Ron Starr 2 February 21, 1986 8 Calgary, Alberta SW show Defeated Burke and Ritchie in rematch. [1][2]
140 Benoit, ChrisChris Benoit and Ben Bassarab 1 March 1, 1986 20 Regina, Saskatchewan SW show [1][2]
141 Ferris, Honky Tonk WayneHonky Tonk Wayne Ferris (3) and Cuban Assassin (4) 1 March 21, 1986 42 Calgary, Alberta SW show [1][2]
142 Benoit, ChrisChris Benoit (2) and Keith Hart (8) 1 May 2, 1986 28 Calgary, Alberta SW show [1][2]
Vacated May 30, 1986 Calgary, Alberta N/A Championship vacated after a match against Duke Meyers and Kerry Brown [1][2]
143 Duke Myers (7) and Kerry Brown (4) 4 June 6, 1986 63 Calgary, Alberta SW show Defeated Benoit and Hart in rematch. [1][2]
144 Bassarab, BenBen Bassarab (2) and Owen Hart 1 August 8, 1986 56 Edmonton, Alberta SW show [1][2]
145 The Viet Cong Express
(Hiroshi Hase and Fumihiro Niikura)
1 October 3, 1986 [Note 3] Calgary, Alberta SW show [1][2]
Vacated January 1987 N/A N/A Championship vacated when Niikura returned to Japan and suffered health problems. [1][2]
146 Bad Company
(Bruce Hart (4) and Brian Pillman)
1 April 5, 1987 187 Calgary, Alberta SW show Defeated Cuban Assassin and Ron Starr in tournament final. [1][2]
Vacated October 9, 1987 N/A N/A Championship vacated after a match against Karachi Vice [1][2]
147 Karachi Vice
(Makhan Singh and Jerry Morrow (5))
1 November 11, 1987 2 Great Falls, Montana SW show won the rematch. [1][2]
148 Bad Company
(Bruce Hart (5) and Brian Pillman)
2 November 13, 1987 252 Calgary, Alberta SW show [1][2]
149 The Cuban Commandos
(Jerry Morrow (6) and Cuban Assassin (5))
1 July 22, 1988 77 Calgary, Alberta SW show [1][2]
150 Benoit, ChrisChris Benoit (3) and Lance Idol 1 October 7, 1988 21 Calgary, Alberta SW show [1][2]
151 The Cuban Commandos
(Jerry Morrow (7) and Cuban Assassin (6))
2 October 28, 1988 45 Calgary, Alberta SW show [1][2]
152 British Bulldogs, TheThe British Bulldogs
(Dynamite Kid (6) and Davey Boy Smith (4))
2 December 12, 1988 18 Calgary, Alberta SW show [1][2]
153 Karachi Vice
(Makhan Singh (2) and Vokkan Singh)
1 December 30, 1988 95 Calgary, Alberta SW show [1][2]
154 Benoit, ChrisChris Benoit (4) and Biff Wellington 1 April 4, 1989 66 Calgary, Alberta SW show [1][2]
155 Bob and Kerry Brown (5) 1 June 9, 1989 70 Calgary, Alberta SW show [1][2]
156 Sasaki, BenkeiBenkei Sasaki and Sumo Hara 1 August 18, 1989 42 Calgary, Alberta SW show [1][2][8]
157 The Blackhearts
(Apocalypse and Destruction)
1 September 29, 1989 56 Calgary, Alberta SW show [1][2]
Abandoned November 24, 1989 N/A N/A Stampede Wrestling closed [2]
158 Greg Pawluk and Johnny Devine 1 February 4, 2000 126 Calgary, Alberta SW show Defeated Dick Raines and Tiger Mahatma Khan in tournament final [2]
159 Dick Raines and Frank Einstein 1 June 9, 2000 [Note 4] Calgary, Alberta SW show [2]
Vacated 2000 N/A N/A Championship vacated for undocumented reasons [2]
160 Hart, BruceBruce Hart (6) and Teddy Hart 1 April 5, 2002 [Note 5] Calgary, Alberta SW show Defeat Dave Swift and Apocalypse in a tournament final. [2]
161 Hart, BruceBruce Hart (7) and TJ Wilson 1 April 2002 [Note 6] N/A SW show Wilson replaced the injured Ted Hart. [2]
162 Smith, HarryHarry Smith and Apocalypse 1 March 26, 2004 [Note 7] Calgary, Alberta SW show Defeated Dave Swift and Johnny Devine in tournament final [2]
Vacated April 3, 2004 (NLT) N/A N/A Championship vacated when Smith and Apocalypse split up. [2]
163 Apocalypse (2) and Dave Swift 1 April 4, 2004 54 Calgary, Alberta SW show Defeat Harry Smith and Johnny Devine. [2]
164 Smith, HarryHarry Smith (2) and Kirk Melnick 1 May 28, 2004 175 Calgary, Alberta SW show [2]
165 Duke Durango (2) and Karnage 1 November 19, 2004 105 Calgary, Alberta SW show Dick Durango previously held the championship under the name Dick Raines [2]
166 Karachi Vice
(Tiger Raj Singh and Gama Singh, Jr.)
1 March 4, 2005 245 Calgary, Alberta SW show [2]
167 Myers, RandyRandy Myers and Pete Wilson 1 November 4, 2005 42 Calgary, Alberta SW show [2]
168 Karachi Vice
(Tiger Raj Singh and Gama Singh, Jr.)
2 December 16, 2005 196 Calgary, Alberta SW show [2]
169 Duke Durango (3) and Chris Steele 1 June 30, 2006 28 Calgary, Alberta SW show [2]
170 Juggernaut and Pete Wilson (2) 1 July 28, 2006 114 Calgary, Alberta SW show [2]
171 Juggernaut (2) and TJ Wilson (2) 1 November 19, 2006 83 Calgary, Alberta SW show T.J. replaced the injured Pete Wilson [2]
172 The A-Team
(Dusty Adonis and Michael Avery)
1 February 10, 2007 279 Calgary, Alberta SW show Lost to Juggernaut and Wilson in a title match but were awarded the belts since Wilson was leaving the promotion for WWE. [2]
173 Funky Bunch
(Mark Avery (2) and Phoenix Taylor)
1 November 16, 2007 119 Calgary, Alberta SW show [2]
174 The Elite
(Chris Steele (2) and Pete Wilson (3))
1 March 14, 2008 43 Calgary, Alberta SW show [2]
Abandoned April 26, 2008 N/A N/A Stampede Wrestling closed. [2]

Footnotes[edit]

  1. ^ The exact date Belafonte and Caruso lost the championship is uncertain, which means that their reign lasted between 18 and 48 days.
  2. ^ The exact date Belafonte and Caruso lost the championship is uncertain, which means that their reign lasted between 1 and 30 days.
  3. ^ The exact date the championship was vacated is uncertain, which means that the championship reign lasted between 90 and 120 days.
  4. ^ The exact date the championship was vacated is unknown, which means the championship reign lasted between 1 and 205 days.
  5. ^ The exact date the championship was lost is unknown, which means the championship reign lasted between 1 and 25 days.
  6. ^ The exact date the championship was won is unknown, which means the championship reign lasted between 696 and 720 days.
  7. ^ The exact date the championship was vacated is unknown, which means the championship reign lasted between 1 and 8 days.

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