USWA World Tag Team Championship

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USWA World Tag Team Championship
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Jeff Jarrett (standing), held the title 14 times
Details
Promotion United States Wrestling Association
Date established August 11, 1989
Date retired November 1997

The USWA World Tag Team Championship was a tag team championship in the Memphis, Tennessee-based professional wrestling promotion, the United States Wrestling Association (USA). The title replaced the WCWA World Tag Team Championship when World Class Wrestling Association became the USWA

Title history[edit]

Key
Symbol Meaning
No. The overall championship reign
Reign The reign number for the specific wrestler listed.
Event The event in which the championship changed hands
N/A The specific information is not known
Used for vacated reigns in order to not count it as an official reign
[Note #] Indicates that the exact length of the title reign is unknown, with a note providing more details.
# Wrestlers Reign Date Days held Location Event Notes Ref.
1 Cactus Jack and Scott Braddock 1 August 4, 1989 7 Dallas, Texas House show Defeated Jeff Jarrett and Matt Borne.  
2 Jeff Jarrett and Matt Borne 1 August 11, 1989 35 Dallas, Texas House show    
3 Sheik Braddock (2) and Mark Starr 1 September 15, 1989 7 Dallas, Texas House show    
- Held up - September 22, 1989 N/A Dallas, Texas N/A Held up after a match against Jeff Jarrett and Matt Borne  
4 Jeff Jarrett (2) and Matt Borne (2) 2 September 29, 1989 [Note 1] Dallas, Texas House show Jarrett and Borne win rematch.  
- Vacated - November 1989 N/A N/A N/A Borne lost a loser-leaves-USWA match.  
5 Robert Fuller and Brian Lee 1 December 1, 1989 64 Dallas, Texas House show Defeated Jarrett and Borne in a tournament final.  
6 The Southern Rockers
(Rex King and Steve Doll)
1 February 3, 1990 3 Memphis, Tennessee House show    
7 Robert Fuller and Brian Lee 2 February 6, 1990 6 Louisville, Kentucky House show    
8 The Southern Rockers
(Rex King and Steve Doll)
2 February 12, 1990 75 Memphis, Tennessee House show    
9 The Uptown Posse (Brickhouse Brown and Sweet Daddy Falcone) 1 April 28, 1990 23 Memphis, Tennessee House show    
10 The Southern Rockers
(Rex King and Steve Doll)
3 May 21, 1990 12 Memphis, Tennessee House show    
11 The Dirty White Boys
(Tony Anthony and Tom Burton)
1 June 2, 1990 21 Memphis, Tennessee House show Defeated King in a handicap match.  
12 Rex King (4) and Joey Maggs 1 June 23, 1990 49 Memphis, Tennessee House show    
13 Brian Lee (3) and Don Harris 1 August 11, 1990 16 Memphis, Tennessee House show    
- Held up - August 27, 1990 N/A Memphis, Tennessee N/A Held up after a match against Jeff Jarrett and Jeff Gaylord.  
14 Jeff Jarrett (3) and Jeff Gaylord 1 September 3, 1990 7 Memphis, Tennessee House show Won rematch; defeated Lee and Chuck Casey.  
15 Brian Lee (3) and Don Harris 2 September 10, 1990 7 Memphis, Tennessee House show    
16 Jeff Jarrett (4) and Jeff Gaylord (2) 2 September 17, 1990 19 Memphis, Tennessee House show    
17 Tony Anthony (2) and Doug Gilbert 1 October 6, 1990 49 Memphis, Tennessee House show    
18 Jeff Jarrett (5) and Cody Michaels 1 November 24, 1990 14 Jonesboro, Arkansas House show    
19 Tony Anthony (3) and Doug Gilbert (2) 2 December 8, 1990 30 Memphis, Tennessee House show    
20 The Fabulous Ones
(Stan Lane and Steve Keirn)
1 January 7, 1991 21 Memphis, Tennessee House show    
- Held up - January 28, 1991 N/A Memphis, Tennessee N/A Held up in a match against Jeff Jarrett and Jerry Lawler.  
21 Jeff Jarrett (6) and Jerry Lawler 1 February 4, 1991 50 Memphis, Tennessee House show Won rematch against The Fabulous Ones.  
22 The Texas Hangmen (Killer and Psycho) 1 March 26, 1991 48 Memphis, Tennessee House show Defeated Jeff Jarrett and Eddie Gilbert.  
23 Jeff Jarrett (7) and Robert Fuller (2) 1 May 13, 1991 56 Memphis, Tennessee House show    
24 The Barroom Brawlers
(Bonecrusher and Crowbar)
1 July 8, 1991 7 Memphis, Tennessee House show    
25 Jeff Jarrett (8) and Robert Fuller (3) 2 July 15, 1991 75 Memphis, Tennessee House show    
26 The Texas Outlaws
(Bonecrusher and Crowbar)
2 September 28, 1991 9 Memphis, Tennessee House show    
27 Jeff Jarrett (9) and Robert Fuller (4) 3 October 7, 1991 28 Memphis, Tennessee House show    
28 Doug Masters and Bart Sawyer 1 November 4, 1991 21 Memphis, Tennessee House show    
29 Robert Fuller (5) and Mike Mitchell 1 November 25, 1991 5 Memphis, Tennessee House show    
30 The Moondogs
(Spot and Spike)
1 November 30, 1991 [Note 2] Memphis, Tennessee House show Defeated Fuller by disqualification in a handicap match when Jeff Jarrett interfered.  
31 The Moondogs
(Spot (2) and Cujo)
1 April 1992 [Note 3] N/A House show Cujo replaced Spike after Spike left the USWA.  
32 Jeff Jarrett (10) and Jerry Lawler 2 June 29, 1992 7 Memphis, Tennessee House show    
33 The Moondogs
(Spot (3) and Cujo (2))
2 July 6, 1992 14 Memphis, Tennessee House show    
34 Jeff Jarrett (11) and Jerry Lawler (3) 3 July 20, 1992 21 Memphis, Tennessee House show    
35 The Moondogs
(Spot (4) and Cujo (3))
3 August 10, 1992 7 Memphis, Tennessee House show    
36 Jeff Jarrett (12) and Jerry Lawler (4) 4 August 17, 1992 47 Memphis, Tennessee House show    
37 The Moondogs
(Spot (Spot (5) and Spike (2))
2 October 3, 1992 86 Memphis, Tennessee House show Defeated Lawler in a handicap match.  
38 The Harris Brothers (Ron and Don (3)) 1 December 28, 1992 14 Memphis, Tennessee House show    
39 The Moondogs
(Spot (6) and Spike (2))
2 January 11, 1993 7 Memphis, Tennessee House show    
- Vacated - January 18, 1993 N/A N/A N/A Spike left the USWA.  
40 The Harris Brothers
(Ron and Don (4))
2 January 25, 1993 7 Memphis, Tennessee House show Defeated Jeff Jarrett and Jerry Lawler in a tournament final.  
41 The Moondogs
(Spot (7) and Splat)
1 February 1, 1993 14 Memphis, Tennessee House show    
42 The Harris Brothers
(Ron and Don (5))
3 February 15, 1993 7 Memphis, Tennessee House show    
43 The Moondogs
(Spot (8) and Splat)
2 February 22, 1993 14 Memphis, Tennessee House show    
44 Brian Christopher and Big Black Dog 1 March 8, 1993 7 Memphis, Tennessee House show    
45 The Moondogs
(Spot (9) and Splat)
3 March 15, 1993 7 Memphis, Tennessee House show    
46 Brian Christopher (2) and Scotty Flamingo 1 March 22, 1993 7 Memphis, Tennessee House show    
47 The Moondogs
(Spot (10) and Splat (4))
4 March 29, 1993 14 Memphis, Tennessee House show    
48 Simply Devine
(Rex King and Steve Doll)
4 April 12, 1993 70 Memphis, Tennessee House show    
49 New Jack and Homeboy 1 June 21, 1993 14 Memphis, Tennessee House show    
50 C.W. Bergstrom and Melvin Penrod, Jr. 1 July 5, 1993 28 Memphis, Tennessee House show    
51 The Moondogs
(Spike (3) and Cujo (4))
1 August 2, 1993 14 Memphis, Tennessee House show    
52 The Dog Catchers
(Dog Catcher #1 and Dog Catcher #2)
3 August 16, 1993 21 Memphis, Tennessee House show The Dog Catchers were formerly known as Bone Crusher and Crowbar.  
53 The Moondogs
(Spike (4) and Cujo (5))
2 September 6, 1993 7 Memphis, Tennessee House show    
54 The Dog Catchers
(Dog Catcher #1 and Dog Catcher #2 )
4 September 13, 1993 21 Memphis, Tennessee House show    
55 Moondog Spike (5) and Mike Anthony 1 October 4, 1993 12 Memphis, Tennessee House show    
- Vacated - October 16, 1993 N/A N/A N/A Anthony was injured by Moondogs Spike and Splat.  
56 Jeff Jarrett (13) and Brian Christopher (3) 1 October 25, 1993 7 Memphis, Tennessee House show Defeated Jerry Lawler and Red Knight in tournament final.  
57 Koko B. Ware and Rex Hargrove 1 November 1, 1993 7 Memphis, Tennessee House show    
58 Jeff Jarrett (14) and Brian Christopher (4) 2 November 8, 1993 19 Memphis, Tennessee House show    
59 PG-13
(J.C. Ice and Wolfie D)
1 November 27, 1993 2 Memphis, Tennessee House show Defeated Christopher in a handicap match.  
60 Jeff Gaylord (2) and Mike Anthony (2) 1 November 29, 1993 7 Memphis, Tennessee House show    
61 The War Machines 1 December 6, 1993 9 Memphis, Tennessee House show    
62 Far 2 Wild
(Todd Morton and Chris Michaels)
1 December 15, 1993 19 Evansville, IN House show    
- Held up - January 3, 1994 N/A Memphis, Tennessee N/A Held up after a match against PG-13.  
63 Far 2 Wild
(Todd Morton and Chris Michaels)
2 January 8, 1994 2 Memphis, Tennessee House show Far 2 Wild wins rematch.  
64 The Harris Brothers
(Ron and Don (6))
4 January 10, 1994 14 Memphis, Tennessee House show    
65 Rock 'N Roll Express
(Ricky Morton and Robert Gibson)
1 January 24, 1994 7 Memphis, Tennessee House show    
66 The Moondogs
(Spot (11) and Rex)
1 January 31, 1994 75 Memphis, Tennessee House show    
- Held up - April 16, 1994 N/A Memphis, Tennessee N/A Held up after match against Billy Travis and Don Bass.  
- Vacated - April 18, 1994 N/A Memphis, Tennessee N/A Bass and Travis won rematch, however the titles were vacated.  
67 Brian Christopher (5) and Eddie Gilbert 1 April 23, 1994 9 Jonesboro, Arkansas House show Defeated The Eliminators in tournament final.  
68 The Eliminators
(Saturn and Kronus)
1 May 2, 1994 42 Memphis, Tennessee House show    
69 PG-13
(J.C. Ice and Wolfie D)
2 June 13, 1994 56 Memphis, Tennessee House show    
- Held up - August 8, 1994 N/A Memphis, Tennessee N/A Held up after match against Dante and The Great Mephisto.  
70 Dante and The Great Mephisto 1 August 15, 1994 14 Memphis, Tennessee House show Won rematch.  
71 PG-13
(J.C. Ice and Wolfie D)
3 August 29, 1994 49 Memphis, Tennessee House show    
72 The Phantoms (Tragedy and Sorrow) 1 October 17, 1994 7 Memphis, Tennessee House show    
73 The Moondogs
(Spot (12) and Rex (2))
2 October 24, 1994 21 Memphis, Tennessee House show    
- Held up - November 14, 1994 N/A N/A Memphis, Tennessee Held up after match against Ron and Jim Harris.  
74 The Moondogs
(Spot (13) and Rex (3))
3 November 21, 1994 35 Memphis, Tennessee House show Won rematch.  
75 Beauty and the Beast
(Ron (5) and Jim Harris)
1 December 26, 1994 0 Memphis, Tennessee House show    
76 PG-13
(J.C. Ice and Wolfie D)
4 December 26, 1994 14 Memphis, Tennessee House show    
77 Tommy Rich and Doug Gilbert (3) 1 January 9, 1995 0 Memphis, Tennessee House show    
78 PG-13
(J.C. Ice and Wolfie D)
5 January 9, 1995 5 Memphis, Tennessee House show    
79 Tommy Rich and Doug Gilbert (4) 2 January 14, 1995 58 Memphis, Tennessee House show    
80 PG-13
(J.C. Ice and Wolfie D)
6 March 13, 1995 33 Memphis, Tennessee House show    
81 Brickhouse Brown (2) and The Gambler 1 April 15, 1995 16 Memphis, Tennessee House show    
82 PG-13
(J.C. Ice and Wolfie D)
7 May 1, 1995 56 Memphis, Tennessee House show    
- Held up - June 26, 1995 N/A Memphis, Tennessee N/A Held up after a match against the Rock 'N Roll Express.  
83 Rock 'N Roll Express
(Ricky Morton and Robert Gibson)
2 July 3, 1995 7 Memphis, Tennessee House show Won rematch.  
84 PG-13
(J.C. Ice and Wolfie D)
8 July 10, 1995 28 Memphis, Tennessee House show    
85 Heavenly Bodies
(Tom Prichard and Jimmy Del Ray)
1 August 7, 1995 14 Memphis, Tennessee House show    
- Held up and vacated - August 21, 1995 N/A Memphis, Tennessee N/A Held up and later vacated after a match against PG-13.  
86 PG-13
(J.C. Ice and Wolfie D)
9 August 28, 1995 61 Memphis, Tennessee House show Defeated Tracy Smothers and Terry Gordy in tournament final.  
87 Tracy Smothers and Jesse James Armstrong 1 October 28, 1995 67 Memphis, Tennessee House show    
88 Tommy Rich and Doug Gilbert (5) 3 January 3, 1996 10 Memphis, Tennessee House show    
89 PG-13
(J.C. Ice and Wolfie D)
10 January 13, 1996 32 Memphis, Tennessee House show    
90 Tracy Smothers and Jesse James Armstrong 2 February 14, 1996 3 Memphis, Tennessee House show    
91 PG-13
(J.C. Ice and Wolfie D)
11 February 17, 1996 11 Memphis, Tennessee House show    
92 Tommy Rich and Doug Gilbert (6) 4 February 28, 1996 26 Memphis, Tennessee House show    
93 Cyberpunks (Fire and Ice) 12 March 25, 1996 54 Memphis, Tennessee House show PG-13 wearing masks  
94 Jerry Lawler (5) and Bill Dundee 1 May 18, 1996 [Note 4] Memphis, Tennessee House show    
- Vacated - June 1996 N/A N/A N/A Dundee lost a 30-day loser leaves town match.  
95 Flex Kavana and Bart Sawyer (2) 1 June 17, 1996 14 Memphis, Tennessee House show Defeated Brickhouse Brown and Reggie B. Fine in tournament final.  
96 Jerry Lawler (6) and Bill Dundee 2 July 1, 1996 7 Memphis, Tennessee House show    
97 Flex Kavana and Bart Sawyer (3) 2 July 8, 1996 7 Memphis, Tennessee House show    
98 Brickhouse Brown (3) and Reggie B. Fine 1 July 15, 1996 31 Memphis, Tennessee House show    
99 The Moondogs
(Spot (14) and Rover)
1 August 5, 1996 29 Memphis, Tennessee House show    
100 Bill (3) and Jamie Dundee (13) 1 September 3, 1996 70 Louisville, Kentucky House show    
- Held up - October 12, 1996 N/A Memphis, Tennessee N/A Held up after a match against Brian Christopher and Wolfie D.  
101 Brian Christopher (6) and Wolfie D (13) 1 October 21, 1996 19 Memphis, Tennessee House show Won rematch.  
102 The Harris Brothers
(Ron (6) and Don (7))
5 November 9, 1996 14 Memphis, Tennessee House show    
103 Flash Flanagan and Steven Dunn (5) 1 November 23, 1996 34 Memphis, Tennessee House show    
- Held up - December 27, 1996 N/A Memphis, Tennessee N/A Held up after a match against Mike Samples and Vic the Bruiser.  
104 Flash Flanagan and Steven Dunn (6) 2 January 9, 1997 11 Memphis, Tennessee House show Defeated Mike Samples and Sir Mo.  
105 PG-13
(J.C. Ice (14) and Wolfie D (14))
13 January 18, 1997 42 Memphis, Tennessee House show    
106 Billy Travis and Flash Flanagan (3) 1 March 1, 1997 21 Memphis, Tennessee House show    
107 The Truth Commission
(Recon and Interrogator)
1 March 22, 1997 7 Memphis, Tennessee House show    
108 Billy Travis and Flash Flanagan (4) 2 March 29, 1997 14 Memphis, Tennessee House show    
109 The Shooting Stars
(Troy Haste and Jerry Faith)
1 April 12, 1997 7 Memphis, Tennessee House show    
110 The Truth Commission
(Recon and Interrogator)
2 April 19, 1997 25 Memphis, Tennessee House show    
111 Steven Dunn (7) and Paul Diamond 1 May 14, 1997 14 West Helena, Arkansas House show    
112 The Truth Commission
(Recon and Interrogator)
3 May 28, 1997 17 West Helena, Arkansas House show    
113 Flash Flanagan (5) and Nick Dinsmore 1 June 14, 1997 0 Memphis, Tennessee House show    
- Vacated - June 14, 1997 N/A Memphis, Tennessee N/A Defeated Recon and Tank (substituting for Sniper), however the titles were declared vacant because a substitute cannot defend.  
114 PG-13
(J.C. Ice (15) and Wolfie D (15))
14 July 13, 1997 36 Memphis, Tennessee House show Defeated Flash Flanagan and Steven Dunn.  
115 Flash Flanagan (6) and Steven Dunn (8) 3 August 8, 1997 23 Memphis, Tennessee House show    
116 PG-13
(J.C. Ice (16) and Wolfie D (16))
15 August 31, 1997 [Note 5] Memphis, Tennessee House show    
- Titles abandoned - November 1997 N/A N/A N/A The titles were abandoned when the USWA closed.  

Footnotes[edit]

  1. ^ The exact date the championship was vacated has not been documented, which means that the reign lasted between 33 and 62 days.
  2. ^ The exact date that the Cujo replaced Spike is uncertain, which means that this version of the Moondogs held the championship between 123 and 152 days.
  3. ^ The exact date that the Cujo replaced Spike is uncertain, which means that this version of the Moondogs held the championship between 60 and 89 days.
  4. ^ The exact date the championship was vacated is uncertain, which means that the championship reign lasted between 14 and 29 days/
  5. ^ The exact date that the championship was abandoned has not been documented, which means that this title reign lasted between 62 and 91 days.

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  • Duncan, Royal; Gary Will (2006). "(Memphis, Nashville) Memphis: USWA Tag Team Title". Wrestling Title Histories. Archeus Communications. pp. 200–202. ISBN 0-9698161-5-4.