WCWA World Tag Team Championship

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WCWA World Tag Team Championship
Details
Promotion NWA Big Time Wrestling
World Class Championship Wrestling
World Class Wrestling Association
Date established January 1967
Date retired 1989
Other name(s)
  • NWA American Tag Team Championship
  • WCCW American Tag Team Championship

The WCWA World Tag Team Championship was the major tag team title in World Class Championship Wrestling. It started out as the NWA American Tag Team Championship in 1966 when the promotion was known as NWA Big Time Wrestling. Big Time Wrestling became World Class Championship Wrestling in 1981, and the title was then also referred to as the WCCW American Tag Team Championship, with the two names used interchangeably, as WCCW was a still a member of the National Wrestling Alliance. In 1986, WCCW left the NWA and became the World Class Wrestling Association, and the title was renamed the WCWA World Tag Team Championship. In late 1989, the title were renamed the USWA Tag Team Championship and the WCWA folded shortly after.[1][2][3] The title lineage continued on in the United States Wrestling Association.[4]

Title history[edit]

Key
No. The overall championship reign
Reign The reign number for the specific champion listed
Days The number of the days that the champion held the title for
N/A The specific information is not known
The championship change is not officially recognized by the promotion
No. Champion Championship change Reign statistics Notes Ref.
Date Event Location Reign Days
1 The Dusek Family
(Ernie and Emil)
December 6, 1942 Live event Houston, Texas 1 [Note 1] The Duseks were billed as “team match champions of the nation”, listed as a possible predecessor to the American Tag Team Championship [3]
Championship history is unrecorded from December 6, 1942 to January 1967.
NWA American Tag Team Championship
2 The Internationals
(Al Costello and Karl Von Brauner)
January 1967 (NLT) BTW Show [Note 2] 1 [Note 3] Won a tournament [1][2]
3 The Von Erichs
(Fritz and Waldo)
February 21, 1967 BTW Show Dallas, Texas 1 168 [1][2]
4 Brute Bernard and Mike Paidousis August 8, 1967 BTW Show Dallas, Texas 1 34 [1][2]
5 The Von Erichs
(Fritz and Waldo)
September 11, 1967 BTW Show Ft. Worth, Texas 2 22 [1][2]
6 Brute Bernard and Mike Paidousis October 3, 1967 BTW Show Dallas, Texas 2 20 [1][2]
7 Gary Hart and Spoiler #1 October 23, 1967 BTW Show Ft. Worth, Texas 1 99 [1][2]
8 Billy Red Lyons and Fritz Von Erich (3) January 30, 1968 BTW Show Dallas, Texas 1 448 [1][2]
9 The Spoilers
(Spoiler #1 (2) and Spoiler #2)
April 22, 1969 BTW Show Ft. Worth, Texas 1 22 Spoiler #2 lost a match to Apollo on May 17, 1968 and unmasked as Smasher Sloan. [1][2]
10 Fritz Von Erich (4) and Grizzly Smith May 14, 1969 BTW Show Dallas, Texas 1 [Note 4] [1][2]
11 The Spoilers
(Spoiler #1 (2) and Spoiler #2)
May 28, 1968 (NLT) BTW Show [Note 2] 2 [Note 5] [1][2]
12 Gary Hart (2) and The Spoiler (4) July 19, 1968 N/A [Note 2] 2 4 Sloan gave his half of the championship to Hart and left the area. [1][2][5]
13 Grizzly Smith (2) and Fritz Von Erich (5) July 23, 1968 BTW Show Houston, Texas 2 42 [1][2]
14 Gary Hart (3) and The Spoiler (5) September 10, 1968 BTW Show Dallas, Texas 3 98 Jardine starts wrestling without mask in October 1968. [1][2]
15 Dan Miller and Fritz Von Erich (6) December 17, 1968 BTW Show Dallas, Texas 1 [Note 6] [1][2]
16 Fred Curry and Fritz Von Erich (7) March 1969 (NLT) BTW Show [Note 2] 1 [Note 7] Don Miller was injured by Johnny Valentine, Fred Curry replaced him. [1][2]
Vacated 1969 Championship vacated after Curry was also injured by Johnny Valentine. [1][2]
17 Wahoo McDaniel and Thunderbolt Patterson June 27, 1969 BTW Show Houston, Texas 1 [Note 8] Won the championship by winning a tournament. [1][2]
18 Dusty Rhodes and Baron von Raschke 1969 BTW Show Ft. Worth, Texas 1 [Note 9] [1][2]
19 Wahoo McDaniel and Thunderbolt Patterson August 1969 (NLT) BTW Show [Note 2] 2 [Note 10] [1][2]
Vacated 1969 Championship vacated for undocumented reasons. [1][2]
20 Boris Malenko and Lord Charles Montagne September 30, 1969 (NLT) BTW Show [Note 2] 1 [Note 11] Records are unclear as to whom they defeated to win the championship. [1][2]
21 Wahoo McDaniel (3) and Antonio Pugliese January 20, 1970 BTW Show Dallas, Texas 1 45 [1][2]
22 Killer Karl Kox and Great Malenko (2) March 16, 1970 BTW Show Ft. Worth, Texas 1 [Note 12] [1][2]
Championship history is unrecorded from March 16, 1970 to 1970.
Vacated 1970 Championship vacated for undocumented reasons [1][2]
23 Killer Karl Kox (2) and Mike York September 2, 1970 BTW Show [Note 2] 1 [Note 13] Defeat Wahoo McDaniel and Mr. Wrestling in tournament final; still champions as of October 8, 1970. [1][2]
Championship history is unrecorded from September 2, 1970 to December 14, 1970.
24 The Outlaws
(Dick Murdoch and Dusty Rhodes (2))
December 14, 1970 (NLT) BTW Show [Note 2] 1 [Note 14] Records are unclear as to whom they defeated to win the championship. [1][2]
25 George Scott and Tim Woods December 15, 1970 Dallas, Texas N/A 1 [Note 15] BTW Show [1][2]
26 Bronko Lubich and Chris Markoff January 28, 1971 (NLT) BTW Show [Note 2] 1 [Note 16] [1][2]
27 Johnny Valentine and Wahoo McDaniel (4) June 25, 1971 BTW Show Houston, Texas 1 24 [1][2]
28 Thunderbolt Patterson (3) and Toru Tanaka July 19, 1971 BTW Show Ft. Worth, Texas 1 108 [1][2][5]
29 Thunderbolt Patterson (4) and Johnny Valentine (2) November 4, 1971 BTW Show Corpus Christi, Texas 1 82 Tanaka gave his half of the championship to Valentine. [1][2]
30 Dean Ho and Fritz Von Erich (8) January 25, 1972 BTW Show Dallas, Texas 1 [Note 17] [1][2]
Championship history is unrecorded from January 25, 1972 to February 28, 1972.
31 Red Bastien and Dean Ho (2) February 28, 1972 (NLT) BTW Show [Note 2] 1 [Note 1] [1][2]
Championship history is unrecorded from February 28, 1972 to 1972.
32 Brute Bernard (3) and Missouri Mauler 1972 (NLT) [Note 2] N/A 1 [Note 1] BTW Show [1][2]
Championship history is unrecorded from 1972 to 1973.
33 Mark Lewin and The Spoiler (6) 1973 BTW Show [Note 2] 1 [Note 18] [1][2]
Championship history is unrecorded from 1973 to March 1973.
34 Jose Lothario and Ivan Putski March 1973 (NLT) BTW Show [Note 2] 1 [Note 19] Records are unclear as to whom they defeated to win the championship. [1][2]
35 Black Gordman and Goliath August 8, 1973 BTW Show Ft. Worth, Texas 1 [Note 20] [1][2]
36 Jose Lothario (2) and Mil Máscaras 1973 BTW Show [Note 2] 1 [Note 21] [1][2]
Vacated January 1974 Championship vacated after Curry was also injured by Johnny Valentine. [1][2]
Championship history is unrecorded from January 1974 to January 22, 1974.
37 The Blackjacks
(Blackjack Lanza and Blackjack Mulligan)
January 22, 1974 BTW Show Houston, Texas 1 181 Supposedly defeated the Wild Samoans (Afa and Sika) in a tournament final, but the tournament was fictitious. [1][2]
38 Tex McKenzie and Ken Patera July 22, 1974 BTW Show Ft. Worth, Texas 1 [Note 22] [1][2]
39 The Blackjacks
(Blackjack Lanza and Blackjack Mulligan)
1974 BTW Show [Note 2] 2 [Note 23] [1][2]
40 Tex McKenzie (2) and Johnny Valentine (3) September 23, 1974 BTW Show Ft. Worth, Texas 1 [Note 24] [1][2]
Vacated 1974 Championship vacated and abandoned by NWA Big Time Wrestling. [1][2]
41 The Von Erichs
(David and Kevin Von Erich)
October 15, 1978 BTW Show Dallas, Texas 1 127 Defeated Dory Funk, Jr. and Terry Funk to win the championship, unclear if it was a tournament final or a match for the vacant championship [1][2]
42 Mark Lewin (2) and The Spoiler (7) February 19, 1979 BTW Show Ft. Worth, Texas 2 102 [1][2][6]
43 El Halcón and Jose Lothario (3) June 1, 1979 BTW Show Houston, Texas 1 31 [1][2]
44 Gino Hernandez and El Gran Markus July 20, 1979 BTW Show Houston, Texas 1 35 [1][2]
45 El Halcón and Jose Lothario (4) August 24, 1979 BTW Show Houston, Texas 2 [Note 25] [1][2]
46 Gino Hernandez and El Gran Markus November 1979 BTW Show [Note 2] 2 [Note 26] [1][2]
47 Jose Lothario (5) and Tiger Conway Jr. November 16, 1979 BTW Show Houston, Texas 1 28 [1][2]
48 Gino Hernandez and El Gran Markus December 14, 1979 BTW Show Houston, Texas 3 14 [1][2]
49 El Halcón and Jose Lothario (6) December 28, 1979 BTW Show Houston, Texas 3 14 [1][2]
50 Mr. Hito and Mr. Sakurada January 11, 1980 BTW Show Houston, Texas 1 63 [1][2]
51 Tiger Conway Jr. (2) and Jose Lothario (7) March 14, 1980 BTW Show Houston, Texas 1 101 [1][2]
52 Mr. Hito and Mr. Sakurada June 23, 1980 BTW Show Amarillo, Texas 2 1 [1][2]
Vacated June 24, 1980 Championship vacated after a match against Kerry and Kevin Von Erich that ended inconclusively [1][2]
53 Mr. Hito and Mr. Sakurada July 1, 1980 BTW Show Amarillo, Texas 3 31 Defeated Kevin and Kerry Von Erich in a rematch. [1][2][7]
54 El Halcón (4) and Kevin Von Erich (2) August 1, 1980 BTW Show Dallas, Texas 1 [Note 27] [1][2]
55 Gino Hernandez (4) and Gary Young October 1980 BTW Show Houston, Texas 1 [Note 28] Sweet Brown Sugar substituted for El Halcón in the championship match [1][2]
56 Bruiser Brody and Kerry Von Erich January 11, 1981 BTW Show Dallas, Texas 1 [Note 29] [1][2]
Vacated May 1981 Championship vacated after Bruiser Brody stopped working for Big Time Wrestling [1][2]
57 Brian Blair and Al Madril June 1981 BTW Show [Note 2] 1 [Note 30] Won a tournament to become champions [1][2]
58 Killer Tim Brooks and Armand Hussein September 1981 BTW Show Ft. Worth, Texas 1 [Note 31] [1][2]
Championship history is unrecorded from September 1981 to October 24, 1981.
59 The Great Kabuki and Chan Chung (4) October 24, 1981 (NLT) BTW Show [Note 2] 1 [Note 32] Records are unclear as to whom they defeated to become champions. Chan Chung previously held the title under the name "Mr. Sakurada" [1][2]
60 Terry Orndorff and Kerry Von Erich (2) October 25, 1981 Wrestling Star Wars (October 1981) Dallas, Texas 1 [Note 33] [8][9]
Championship history is unrecorded from October 25, 1981 to 1982.
WCCW American Tag Team Championship
61 Al Madril (2) and Kerry Von Erich (3) 1982 WCCW Show [Note 2] 1 [Note 34] Records are unclear as to whom they defeated to win the championship [1][2]
62 King Kong Bundy and Bugsy McGraw April 11, 1982 WCCW Show Dallas, Texas 1 85 [1][2]
63 The Von Erichs
(Kerry (4) and Kevin (3))
July 5, 1982 WCCW Show Ft. Worth, Texas 1 69 [1][2]
64 King Kong Bundy (2) and Bill Irwin September 12, 1982 WCCW Show Dallas, Texas 1 75 [1][2]
65 The Fabulous Freebirds
(Terry Gordy and Michael Hayes)
November 26, 1982 WCCW Show Dallas, Texas 1 202 [1][2]
66 Bruiser Brody (2) and Kerry Von Erich (5) June 16, 1983 Wrestling Star Wars (June 1983) Dallas, Texas 2 [Note 35] [1][2][10]
Vacated 1983 Championship vacated after Bruiser Brody was injured. [1][2]
67 Bulldog Brower and Roddy Piper October 1983 House show Detroit, Michigan 1 [Note 36] Won a tournament to become champions [1][2]
68 The Super Destroyers
Super Destroyer #1 and Super Destroyer #2)
October 1983 House show Indianapolis, Indiana 1 [Note 37] [1][2]
69 Brian Adias and King Parsons December 25, 1983 Christmas Star Wars (1983) Dallas, Texas 1 36 [1][2][11]
70 The Super Destroyers
Super Destroyer #1 and Super Destroyer #2)
January 30, 1984 WCCW Show Ft. Worth, Texas 2 97 [1][2]
71 Rock 'N Soul
(King Parsons (2) and Buck Zumhofe)
May 6, 1984 1st Von Erich Memorial Parade of Champions Irving, Texas 1 13 [12][13]
72 The Super Destroyers
Super Destroyer #1 and Super Destroyer #2)
May 19, 1984 WCCW Show San Antonio, Texas 3 46 Rock 'N Soul unmasked The Super Destroyers after the match, revealing them to be Bill and Scott Irwin. [1][2]
73 The Super Destroyers
Super Destroyer #1 and Super Destroyer #2)
July 4, 1984 Independence Day Star Wars (1984) Ft. Worth, Texas 2 86 Parsons defeated Bill Irwin in a singles match. [1][2][14]
74 The Long Riders
(Bill and Scott Irwin)
September 28, 1984 WCCW Show Dallas, Texas 4 24 [1][2]
75 The Fantastics
(Bobby Fulton and Tommy Rogers)
October 22, 1984 WCCW Show Ft. Worth, Texas 1 81 [1][2]
76 The Midnight Express
(Dennis Condrey and Bobby Eaton)
January 11, 1985 WCCW Episode #161 Dallas, Texas 1 164 Aired on January 26, 1985. [1][2]
Vacated June 24, 1985 Championship vacated after a match saw the Midnight Express' manager Jim Cornette interfere in the match. [1][2]
77 The Fantastics
(Bobby Fulton and Tommy Rogers)
May 5, 1985 2nd Von Erich Memorial Parade of Champions Irving, Texas 2 50 Defeated The Midnight Express in a 2-ring match despite one of the Midnight Express pinning one of the Fantastics. The count by referee Rick Hazzard ended at 3 just before a count by referee David Manning with a Fantastic pinning the other Midnight Express member started. [1][2][15]
78 Chris Adams and Gino Hernandez (5) June 24, 1985 WCCW Show Ft. Worth, Texas 1 81 [1][2]
Vacated September 13, 1985 Championship vacated after a match against Kerry and Kevin Von Erich ended in a double disqualification. [1][2]
79 The Von Erichs
(Kerry (6) and Kevin (4))
September 20, 1985 WCCW Show Dallas, Texas 2 28 Defeated Chris Adams and Gino Hernandez in a rematch. [1][2]
Vacated October 18, 1985 Championship vacated after a match against Chris Adam and Gino Hernandes that ended inconclusively [1][2]
80 Chris Adams and Gino Hernandez (6) November 28, 1985 Thanksgiving Star Wars (1985) Dallas, Texas 2 [Note 38] Defeated Kerry and Kevin Von Erich in a rematch. [1][2][16]
Vacated 1986 Championship vacated Adams and Herndez split up. WCCW would later leave the NWA to become World Class Wrestling Association. [1][2]
WCWA World Tag Team Championship
81 Matt Borne and Buzz Sawyer September 1, 1986 Labor Day Star Wars (1986) Ft. Worth, Texas 1 67 Defeated Chris Adams and Lance Von Erich in a tournament final. [1][3][17]
82 Dingo Warrior and Lance Von Erich November 17, 1986 WCWA Show Ft. Worth, Texas 1 14 [1][3]
83 Brian Adias (2) and Al Madril (3) December 1, 1986 WCWA Show Ft. Worth, Texas 1 93 [1][3]
84 The Fantastics
(Bobby Fulton and Tommy Rogers)
March 4, 1987 WCWA Show Lubbock, Texas 3 33 [1][3][18]
Vacated April 6, 1987 Championship vacated after a match against The Rock 'n' Roll RPMs (Mike Davis and Tommy Lane) [1][3]
85 The Fantastics
(Bobby Fulton and Tommy Rogers)
May 4, 1987 WCWA Show Lubbock, Texas 4 53 Defeated The Rock 'n' Roll RPMs in a rematch. [1][3]
86 Eric Embry and Frank Lancaster June 26, 1987 WCWA Show Dallas, Texas 1 42 [1][3]
87 The Simpson Brothers
(Shaun and Steve)
August 7, 1987 Labor Day Star Wars (1987) Ft. Worth, Texas 1 36 [1][3][19]
88 Brian Adias (3) and Frank Lancaster (2) September 12, 1987 WCWA Show Ft. Worth, Texas 1 38 Defeated Shaun Simpson and Skip Young to win the championship [1][3]
89 The Von Erichs
(Kerry (7) and Kevin (5))
October 20, 1987 WCWA Show Shreveport, Louisiana 3 [Note 39] [1][3]
90 Iceman Parsons (4) and Terry Taylor 1988 WCWA Show [Note 2] 1 [Note 40] [1][3]
91 The Von Erichs
(Kerry (8) and Kevin (6))
July 1, 1988 WCWA Show Dallas, Texas 4 42 [1][3][7]
92 The Samoan Swat Team
(Fatu and Samu)
August 12, 1988 WCWA Show Dallas, Texas 1 35 [1][3]
93 Steve Cox and Michael Hayes (2) September 16, 1988 WCWA Show Dallas, Texas 1 3 [1][3]
94 The Samoan Swat Team
(Fatu and Samu)
September 19, 1988 AWA/CWA Live event Memphis, Tennessee 2 26 [1][3]
95 Steve Cox and Michael Hayes (3) October 15, 1988 5th Cotton Bowl Extravaganza Dallas, Texas 2 2 [1][3][20][21]
96 The Samoan Swat Team
(Fatu and Samu)
October 17, 1988 WCWA Show Ft. Worth, Texas 3 [Note 41] [1][3]
97 The Von Erichs
(Kerry (9) and Kevin (7))
February 1989 N/A N/A 5 [Note 42] Title awarded when The Samoan Swat Team left the promotion. [1][3]
98 Robert Fuller and Jimmy Golden February 17, 1989 WCWA Show Dallas, Texas 1 23 Won the championship by disqualification. [1][3][22]
99 Jeff Jarrett and Kerry Von Erich (10) March 12, 1989 WCWA Show Ft. Worth, Texas 1 68 [1][3]
100 Cactus Jack and Super Zodiac II (2) May 19, 1989 WCWA Show Dallas, Texas 1 21 Super Zodiac II previously won the championship under the name Gary Young. [1][3]
101 Jeff Jarrett (2) and Mil Máscaras (2) June 9, 1989 WCWA Show Dallas, Texas 1 14 [1][3]
102 Robert Fuller (2) and Brian Lee June 23, 1989 WCWA Show Dallas, Texas 1 7 [1][3]
103 Matt Borne (2) and Jeff Jarrett (3) June 30, 1989 WCWA Show Dallas, Texas 1 35 [1][3]
103 Scott Braddock and Cactus Jack (2) August 4, 1989 WCWA Show Dallas, Texas 1 0 [1][3][23]
Deactivated August 4, 1989 Championship was replaced by the USWA World Tag Team Championship, with the WCWA closing shortly thereafter. [1][3][4]

See also[edit]

Footnotes[edit]

  1. ^ a b c The length of the championship reign is too uncertain to calculate.
  2. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t The location of the championship match was not captured as part of the championship documentation.
  3. ^ The exact date on which the Internationals won the title is unknown, which means the title reign lasted at least 21 days.
  4. ^ The exact date on which Fritz Von Erich and Grizzy Smith lost the title is unknown, which means the title reign lasted between 1 day and 14 days.
  5. ^ The exact date on which the Spoilers won the title is unknown, which means the title reign lasted between 52 and 65 days.
  6. ^ The exact date on which Curry replaced Miller on the team is unknown, which means the title reign lasted between 1 day and 104 days.
  7. ^ The exact date on which Curry replaced Miller and the date the title was vacated are unknown, which means the title reign lasted between 1 day and 190 days.
  8. ^ The exact date on which McDaniel and Patterson lost the championship the title is unknown, which means the title reign lasted between 1 day and −3,224 days.
  9. ^ The exact date on which Rhodes and Von Raschke lost the title is unknown, which means the title reign lasted between 1 day and 63 days.
  10. ^ The length of McDaniel and Patterson's second reign is too uncertain to calculate.
  11. ^ The length of Malenko and Montagne's reign is too uncertain to calculate.
  12. ^ The exact date on which Kox and Malenko lost the title is unknown, which means the title reign lasted between 1 day and 169 days.
  13. ^ The exact date on which Kox and York lost the title is unknown, which means the title reign lasted between 1 day and 103 days.
  14. ^ The exact date on which the Outlaws won the title is unknown, which means the title reign lasted between 1 day and 103 days.
  15. ^ The exact date on which Scott and Woods lost the title is unknown, which means the title reign lasted between 1 day and −321 days.
  16. ^ The exact date on which Lubich and Markoff won the title is unknown, which means the title reign lasted between 148 and 191 days.
  17. ^ The exact date on which Ho and Von Eric lost the title is unknown, which means the title reign lasted between 1 day and 33 days.
  18. ^ The exact date on which Lewin and the Spoiler won and lost the title is unknown, which means the title reign lasted between 1 day and 89 days.
  19. ^ The exact date on which Lothario and Putski won the title is unknown, which means the title reign lasted between 130 and 219 days.
  20. ^ The exact date on which Black Gordman and Goliath lost the title is unknown, which means the title reign lasted between 1 day and 176 days.
  21. ^ The exact date on which Lothario and Mil Mascaras won and lost the title is unknown, which means the title reign lasted between 1 day and 175 days.
  22. ^ The exact date on which McKnezie and Patera lost the title is unknown, which means the title reign lasted between 1 day and 153 days.
  23. ^ The exact date on which the Blackjacks won the title is unknown, which means the title reign lasted between 1 day and 62 days.
  24. ^ The exact date on which the title was abandoned is unknown, which means the title reign lasted between 1 day and 99 days.
  25. ^ The exact date on which the team lost the title is unknown, which means the title reign lasted between 69 and −221 days.
  26. ^ The exact date on which Hernandez and Gran Markus won the title is unknown, which means the title reign lasted between 1 day and 15 days.
  27. ^ The exact date on which the team lost the title is unknown, which means the title reign lasted between 61 and 91 days.
  28. ^ The exact date on which Hernandez and Young won the title is unknown, which means the title reign lasted between 72 and 102 days.
  29. ^ The exact date on which Brody and Von Erich vacated the title is unknown, which means the title reign lasted between 110 and 140 days.
  30. ^ The exact date on which Blair and Madril won and lost the title is unknown, which means the title reign lasted between 63 and 121 days.
  31. ^ The exact date on which Brooks and Hussein lost the title is unknown, which means the title reign lasted between 24 and 53 days.
  32. ^ The exact date on which Kabuki and Chung won the title is unknown, which means the title reign lasted between 1 day and 53 days.
  33. ^ The exact date on which Orndorff and Von Erich lost the title is unknown, which means the title reign lasted between −297 and −198 days.
  34. ^ The exact date on which Madrill and Von Erich won the title is unknown, which means the title reign lasted between 1 day and 100 days.
  35. ^ The exact date on which Brody and Von Erich vacated the title is unknown, which means the title reign lasted between 1 day and 135 days.
  36. ^ The exact date on which Brower and Piper lost the title is unknown, which means the title reign lasted between 1 day and 30 days.
  37. ^ The exact date on which the Super Destroyers won the title is unknown, which means the title reign lasted between 55 and 84 days.
  38. ^ The exact date on which Adams and Hernandez were stripped of the title is unknown, which means the title reign lasted between 34 and −87 days.
  39. ^ The exact date on which the Von Erichs lost the title is unknown, which means the title reign lasted between 42 and 69 days.
  40. ^ The exact date on which Parsons and Taylor won the title is unknown, which means the title reign lasted between 1 day and 182 days.
  41. ^ The exact date on which the Samoan Swat Team lost the title is unknown, which means the title reign lasted between 107 and 122 days.
  42. ^ The exact date on which the Samoan Swat Team left the promotion is unknown, which means the title reign lasted between 1 day and 16 days.

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