WWC World Tag Team Championship

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WWC World Tag Team Championship
Khaos and Abaddon.jpg
Khaos and Abaddon.
Details
PromotionWorld Wrestling Council (WWC)
Date establishedFebruary 26, 1977
Current champion(s)Khaos and Abaddon
Date wonDecember 7, 2019

The WWC World Tag Team Championship is the tag team title contested for in the Puerto Rican professional wrestling promotion, the World Wrestling Council.

History[edit]

Abroad (2017)[edit]

On February 11, 2017, Thunder and Lightning defended the WWC World Tag Team Championship against Stateline (Damien Angel and Eddie Taurus) in Lorain, Ohio, this as part of Cleveland Knights Championship Wrestling's Chase for the Grail event.[1]

Local independent circuit (2018)[edit]

The (unofficial) Unified Puerto Rico Tag Team Championship as held by Dennis Rivera and Noel Rodríguez; the discontinued model of the WWC World Tag Team Championship belts (left) and IWA World Tag Team Championship belts (right).

With WWC immersed in a hiatus following the passing of Hurricane Maria in September 2017, restricted licenses were granted to the talents in order to stay active.[2] A direct consequence was that on January 6, 2018, the titles were defended for the first time in the Puerto Rican independent circuit.[2] At CWA's Guerra de Reyes, incumbent champions La Revolución retained over the teams of La Familia Cubana, La Potencia and Akiles Falcón and Blackstone in a four-way match.[2] On January 27, 2018, the champions made another appearance in the independent promotion when one of its members, El Comandante, faced Alejandro Marrero of Los Fujitivos.[3] On February 24, 2018, four champion teams -La Revolución presenting WWC, Westside Mafia representing WWL, Los Fujitivos representing CWA and Smoke and Nightmare representing CWS- competed in a match where the team pinned would drop their titles to the winners.[4] La Revolución was not involved in the result, which saw the CWA titlists best their CWS counterparts.[5]

Title history[edit]

Indicates title reigns and changes not recognized by WWC.
Key
No. Overall reign number
Reign Reign number for the specific champion
Days Number of days held
<1 Reign lasted less than a day
+ Current reign is changing daily
No. Champion Championship change Reign statistics Notes Ref.
Date Event Location Reign Days
1 The Fabulous Kangaroos
(Al Costello and Don Kent)
February 26, 1977 House show N/A 1 14 Billed as the inaugural champions.
2 Los Dinámicos
(Carlos Colón and José Rivera)
March 12, 1977 House show Caguas, Puerto Rico 1 231
3 The Samoans
(Afa and Sika)
October 29, 1977 House show Caguas, Puerto Rico 1 49
4 Invader I and José Rivera (2) December 17, 1977 House show San Juan, Puerto Rico 1 28
Vacated January 14, 1978 Titles vacated after a controversial ending in a match against Al Costello and Don Kent.
5 Invader I (2) and José Rivera (3) February 4, 1978 House show San Juan, Puerto Rico 2 91 Defeated Al Costello and Don Kent in a rematch to win the vacant titles.
6 Huracán Castillo and Pierre Martel May 6, 1978 House show Bayamón, Puerto Rico 1 21 [6]
7 Invader I (3) and José Rivera (4) May 27, 1978 House show Bayamón, Puerto Rico 3 149
8 Kengo Kimura and Hiro Sasaki October 23, 1978 House show Caguas, Puerto Rico 1 19
9 The Invaders
(Invader I (4) and Invader II)
November 11, 1978 House show Caguas, Puerto Rico 1 146
10 The Funk Brothers
(Terry Funk and Dory Funk, Jr.)
April 6, 1979 House show San Juan, Puerto Rico 1 232
11 The Invaders
(Invader I (5) and Invader II (2))
November 24, 1979 House show Bayamón, Puerto Rico 2 28 [7]
12 The Funk Brothers
(Terry Funk and Dory Funk, Jr.)
December 22, 1979 House Show Bayamón, Puerto Rico 2 861
13 The Fabulous Kangaroos
(Al Costello and Don Kent)
May 1, 1982 House Show San Juan, Puerto Rico 2 55
14 Invader I (6) and Pierre Martel (2) June 26, 1982 House Show San Juan, Puerto Rico 1 29
15 The Moondogs
(Moondog Rex and Moondog Spot)
July 24, 1982 House show San Juan, Puerto Rico 1 84
16 Gino de la Serra and Pierre Martel (3) October 16, 1982 House show San Juan, Puerto Rico 1 35
17 Los Mercenarios
(Cuban Assassin and Jerry Morrow)
November 20, 1982 House show Bayamón, Puerto Rico 1 64
18 Gran Apolo and Pierre Martel (4) January 23, 1983 House show Ponce, Puerto Rico 1 20
19 Scorpio and Mr. Tempest February 12, 1983 House show Bayamón, Puerto Rico 1 30
Vacated March 14, 1983 The titles were vacated after Scorpio left the promotion.
20 Carlos Colón (2) and Pedro Morales April 30, 1983 House show San Juan, Puerto Rico 1 133 Defeated Medic I and Medic II to win the vacant titles.
21 The Medics/The Super Médicos
(Medic I and Medic II)
September 10, 1983 House show Morovis, Puerto Rico 1 118 The team was also known as The Medics.
22 Hercules Ayala and King Tonga January 6, 1984 House show Morovis, Puerto Rico 1 22
23 The Super Médicos
(Medic I (2) and Medic II (2))
January 28, 1984 House show Guaynabo, Puerto Rico 2 88
24 The Invaders
(Invader I (7) and Invader III)
April 25, 1984 House show San Juan, Puerto Rico 1 101
25 The Super Médicos
(Medic I (3) and Medic III (3))
August 4, 1984 House show San Juan, Puerto Rico 1 65 [8]
Vacated October 8, 1984 The titles were vacated after Medic III lost his mask in a title defense.
26 The Invaders
(Invader I (8) and Invader III (2)
November 22, 1984 House show Bayamón, Puerto Rico 2 16 Defeated Black Gordman and Medic I to win the vacant titles.
27 Black Gordman and Medic I (4) December 8, 1984 House show Guaynabo, Puerto Rico 1 29
28 The New York Rockers
(Al Perez and Joe Savoldi)
January 6, 1985 House show San Juan, Puerto Rico 1 76
Vacated March 23, 1985
29 Ángel Mexicano and Fidel Sierra April 6, 1985 House show San Juan, Puerto Rico 1 <1
Vacated April 6, 1985 The titles were vacated after Ángel Mexicano left the promotion.
30 The Rock 'n' Roll RPMs
(Mike Davis and Tommy Lane)
June 29, 1985 House show San Juan, Puerto Rico 1 400 Defeated Eric Embry and The Crusher in a tournament final to win the vacant titles.
31 Los Pastores
(Butch Miller and Luke Williams)
August 3, 1986 House show Bayamón, Puerto Rico 1 49
32 The Rock 'n' Roll RPMs
(Mike Davis and Tommy Lane)
September 21, 1986 House show San Juan, Puerto Rico 2 13
33 The Starr Cousins
(Chicky and Ron Starr)
October 4, 1986 [House show]] Caguas, Puerto Rico 1 94
34 The Youngbloods
(Chris Youngblood and Mark Youngblood)
January 6, 1987 House show San Juan, Puerto Rico 1 88
35 Los Pastores
(Butch Miller and Luke Williams)
April 4, 1987 House show Caguas, Puerto Rico 2 36
36 The Youngbloods
(Chris Youngblood and Mark Youngblood)
May 10, 1987 House show San Juan, Puerto Rico 2 62
37 Mr. Pogo and TNT July 11, 1987 House show Caguas, Puerto Rico 1 19
38 The Youngbloods
(Chris Youngblood and Mark Youngblood)
July 30, 1987 House show San Juan, Puerto Rico 3 27
39 The Hunters
(Bob Brown and Dale Veasey)
August 26, 1987 House show Port of Spain, Trinidad and Tobago 1 25 This was the first time the titles changed hands outside of Puerto Rico.
40 The Youngbloods
(Chris Youngblood and Mark Youngblood)
September 20, 1987 WWC 14th Aniversario 1987 Ponce, Puerto Rico 4 27
41 Kendo Nagasaki and Mr. Pogo (2) October 17, 1987 House show Caguas, Puerto Rico 1 81
42 The Invaders
(Invader I (9) and Invader III (3)
January 6, 1988 House show San Juan, Puerto Rico 3 10
43 Kendo Nagasaki (2) and Mr. Pogo (3) January 16, 1988 House show Guaynabo, Puerto Rico 2 63 [9]
Vacated March 19, 1988 House show Caguas, Puerto Rico The titles were vacated after a controversial ending of the match between Kendo Nagasaki and Mr. Pogo against Chris Youngblood and Mark Youngblood.
44 Kendo Nagasaki (3) and Mr. Pogo (4) April 12, 1988 House show San Juan, Puerto Rico 3 32 Defeated Chris Youngblood and Mark Youngblood in a rematch.
45 The Youngbloods
(Chris Youngblood and Mark Youngblood)
May 14, 1988 House show Caguas, Puerto Rico 5 70
46 Kendo Nagasaki (4) and Mr. Pogo (5) July 23, 1988 House show Arecibo, Puerto Rico 4 14 The reason of this title change was due to The Youngbloods requesting their release after the murder of Bruiser Brody.
47 The Batten Twins
(Bart Batten and Brad Batten)
August 6, 1988 House show San Juan, Puerto Rico 1 71
48 The Starr Cousins
(Chicky and Ron Starr)
October 16, 1988 House show Aquadilla, Puerto Rico 2 27
49 The Batten Twins
(Bart Batten and Brad Batten)
November 12, 1988 House show Caguas, Puerto Rico 2 55
50 Dan Kroffat and Tama January 6, 1989 House show San Juan, Puerto Rico 1 57
51 The Batten Twins
(Bart Batten and Brad Batten)
March 4, 1989 House show Bayamón, Puerto Rico 3 7 [10]
52 Jason the Terrible and Steve Strong March 11, 1989 House show Caguas, Puerto Rico 1 27
53 Carlos Colón (3) and Invader I (10) April 7, 1989 House show Juncos, Puerto Rico 1 40 Won by forfeit after Jason the Terrible suffered a legitimate knee injury.
54 Abudda Dein and Rip Rogers May 17, 1989 House show Vega Alta, Puerto Rico 1 60
55 Puerto Rican Express
(Huracán Castillo, Jr. and Miguel Pérez, Jr.)
July 16, 1989 House show Mayagüez, Puerto Rico 1 20
56 Abudda Dein and Rip Rogers August 5, 1989 House show Juncos, Puerto Rico 2 63
57 The Youngbloods
(Chris Youngblood and Mark Youngblood)
October 7, 1989 House show Bayamón, Puerto Rico 6 120
58 Los Mercenarios
(Cuban Assassin (2) and Ron Starr (3))
February 4, 1990 House show Aguadilla, Puerto Rico 1 55
59 The Super Médicos
(Super Medic I (5) and Super Medic III)
March 31, 1990 House show Caguas, Puerto Rico 1 126
60 The Continental Dream
(Lance Idol and Rick Valentine)
August 4, 1990 House show Caguas, Puerto Rico 1 42 [8]
61 The Super Médicos
(Super Medic I (6) and Super Medic III (2))
September 15, 1990 House show Bayamón, Puerto Rico 2 <1
Vacated September 15, 1990 House show Caguas, Puerto Rico The titles were vacated after a controversial ending of a match of Super Medic I and Super Medic III against Killer and Psycho.
62 The Super Médicos
(Super Medic I (7) and Super Medic III (3))
September 22, 1990 House show Caguas, Puerto Rico 3 7 Defeated Killer and Psycho in a rematch to win the vacant titles.
63 The Texas Hangmen
(Killer and Psycho)
September 29, 1990 House show Carolina, Puerto Rico 1 127
64 El Bronco and Invader I (11) February 3, 1991 House show Bayamón, Puerto Rico 1 7
65 The Texas Hangmen
(Killer and Psycho)
February 10, 1991 House show Hormigueros, Puerto Rico 2 20
66 El Bronco (2) and Invader I (12) March 2, 1991 House show Bayamón, Puerto Rico 2 81 This was a Mask vs. Hair match. [11]
67 El Gran Mendoza and Billy Travis May 22, 1991 House show San Juan, Puerto Rico 1 21
68 Puerto Rican Express
(Huracán Castillo, Jr. and Miguel Pérez, Jr.)
June 8, 1991 House show San Juan, Puerto Rico 2 38
69 El Bronco (3) and Invader I (13) July 20, 1991 House show Carolina, Puerto Rico 3 132 Titles awarded by the commission due to a controversy during title match against Huracán Castillo, Jr. and Miguel Pérez, Jr. [12]
70 The Heartbreakers
(Heartbreaker Apollo and Heartbreaker Adonis)
November 29, 1991 House show Willemstad, Curaçao 1 26 Formerly known as Frankie Lancaster and Wendell Cooley.
71 Rex King and Ricky Santana December 25, 1991 House show San Juan, Puerto Rico 1 12
72 The Heartbreakers
(Heartbreaker Apollo and Heartbreaker Adonis)
January 6, 1992 House show San Juan, Puerto Rico 2 54
73 Rex King and Ricky Santana February 29, 1992 House show Caguas, Puerto Rico 2 1
74 The Heartbreakers
(Heartbreaker Apollo and Heartbreaker Adonis)
March 1, 1992 House show Mayagüez, Puerto Rico 3 15
75 Heartbreaker Adonis (4) and Doug Masters March 15, 1992 House show N/A 1 5 Heartbreaker Adonis left the promotion, with Masters taking his place. This reign is not considered a continuation of the previous one due to Apollo getting a new tag team partner.
76 El Bronco (4) and Ciclón Salvadoreño March 21, 1992 House show Humacao, Puerto Rico 1 21
77 Doug Masters (2) and Ron Starr (4) April 11, 1992 House show Caguas, Puerto Rico 1 35
Vacated May 16, 1992 House show The titles were vacated after a controversial ending of a match Doug Masters and Ron Starr against Rex King and Ricky Santana.
78 Doug Masters (3) and Ron Starr (5) May 24, 1992 House show San Germán, Puerto Rico 2 31 Won a rematch against Rex King and Ricky Santana by forfeit due to Santana not appearing. This was for the vacant titles.
79 The Southern Rockers
(Steve Doll and Rex King (3))
June 24, 1992 House show Dorado, Puerto Rico 1 38
Vacated August 1, 1992 House show Titles were vacated sfter a controversial ending of the match. Ray González replaced Steve Doll while defending the championships against Solid Gold (24k and 14k).
80 Ray González and Rex King (4) September 19, 1992 House show Carolina, Puerto Rico 1 97 Defeated Solid Gold (24k and 14k) in a rematch to win the vacant titles.
81 Mohammed Hussein and El Vigilante (4) December 25, 1992 House show Bayamón, Puerto Rico 1 58 El Vigilante formerly known as José Estrada, Jr. or 24k.
82 Los Originales Nenes de las Nenas
(Ray González (2) and Ricky Santana (3))
February 21, 1993 House show Bayamón, Puerto Rico 1 9
83 The Batten Twins
(Bart Batten and Brad Batten)
March 2, 1993 House show San Juan, Puerto Rico 4 31
Vacated April 2, 1993 Titles were vacated after The Batten Twins left the promotion.
84 Los Originales Nenes de las Nenas
(Ray González (3) and Ricky Santana (4))
April 4, 1993 House show San Juan, Puerto Rico 2 76 Defeated The Dream Warriors (Screamer and Brood) for the vacant titles.
85 Mohammed Hussein (2) and Dusty Wolfe June 19, 1993 House show Bayamón, Puerto Rico 1 127
86 Mohammed Hussein (3) and Doug Sanders October 23, 1993 House show N/A 1 36 Doug Sanders replaced Dusty Wolfe who left the promotion due to personal problems.
87 Mohammed Hussein (4) and Dusty Wolfe (2) November 27, 1993 House show N/A 2 8 Dusty Wolfe returned and rejoined the team. Sanders' reign was automatically stopped.
88 El Bronco (5) and Ray González (4) December 4, 1993 House show Trujillo Alto, Puerto Rico 1 92
89 Huracán Castillo, Jr. (3) and Mohammad Hussein (5) March 6, 1994 House show Bayamón, Puerto Rico 1 90
Vacated June 4, 1994 Titles were vacated after Castillo Jr. and Hussein split up as a tag team.
90 Mohammed Hussein (6) and The Tahitian Warrior June 25, 1994 House show Caguas, Puerto Rico 1 11 Defeated El Bronco and Pulgarcito to win the vacant titles.
91 El Bronco (6) and Ray González (5) July 6, 1994 House show Toa Alta, Puerto Rico 2 18
92 The Wildcats
(Mike Anthony and Dobby Gillies)
July 24, 1994 House show Mayagüez, Puerto Rico 1 6
93 La Conexión Comunista
(Mohammad Hussein (7) and Fidel Sierra (2))
July 30, 1994 House show Toa Alta, Puerto Rico 1 13
94 El Bronco (7) and Ray González (6) August 12, 1994 House show Manati, Puerto Rico 3 1
95 Mohammed Hussein (8) and The Tahitian Warrior (2) August 13, 1994 House show Trujillo Alto, Puerto Rico 2 11 Defeated Ray González in a 2 on 1 handicap match.
96 The Wildcats
(Mike Anthony and Dobby Gillies)
August 24, 1994 House show Toa Alta, Puerto Rico 2 7
97 Mohammed Hussein (7) and The Tahitian Warrior (3) August 31, 1994 House show N/A 3 30
98 Huracán Castillo, Jr. (4) and Ray González (7) October 30, 1994 House show N/A 1 68
99 La Conexión Cubana
(Ricky Santana (5) and Fidel Sierra (3))
January 6, 1995 House show N/A 1 56
100 Huracán Castillo, Jr. (5) and Ray González (8) March 3, 1995 House show N/A 1 106
101 The Canadian Glamour Boys
(Sean and Shane)
June 17, 1995 House show N/A 1 57
102 Huracán Castillo, Jr. (6) and Invader I (14) August 13, 1995 House show Caguas, Puerto Rico 1 70
103 The International Males
(Christopher Daniels and Kevin Quinn)
October 22, 1995 House show San Germán, Puerto Rico 1 35
104 The Canadian Glamour Boys
(Sean Morley (2) and Rex King (5))
November 26, 1995 House show Caguas, Puerto Rico 1 104
105 Huracán Castillo, Jr. (7) and Ray González (9) March 9, 1996 House show N/A 3 28
106 The Canadian Glamour Boys
(Sean (3) and Shane (2))
April 6, 1996 House show N/A 2 28
107 Ray González (10) and Ricky Santana (6) May 4, 1996 House show Caguas, Puerto Rico 1 140 [13]
108 The Texas Hangmen
(Killer and Psycho)
September 21, 1996 House show N/A 1 161
109 Texas Hangmen
(Killer (4) and Skull Von Krush)
March 1, 1997 House show Cayey, Puerto Rico 1 1 Skull Von Krush replace Psycho who left the promotion over a money dispute and took both of the title belts with him on February 28, 1997.
110 La Ley (2) and Ricky Santana (6) March 2, 1997 House show Cabo Rojo, Puerto Rico 1 113
111 The Islanders
(Kuhio and Tahiti (4))
June 22, 1997 House show Bayamón, Puerto Rico 1 55 Tahiti was previously known as The Tahitian Warrior.
112 The Youngbloods
(Chris Youngblood and Mark Youngblood)
August 16, 1997 House show Bayamón, Puerto Rico 7 186 Won the titles by forfeit.
Vacated December 18, 1997
113 Glamour Boy Shane (3) and Ricky Santana (7) March 22, 1998 House show Caguas, Puerto Rico 1 343 Defeated The Youngbloods in a tournament final to win the vacant titles.
114 Starr Corporation
(Chicky Starr (3) and Victor the Bodyguard)
February 28, 1999 House show Cabo Rojo, Puerto Rico 1 84
115 The Huertas Brothers/The Invaders
(Maelo Huertas and Invader I (15))
October 9, 1999 House show Guaynabo, Puerto Rico 1 63
116 Starr Corporation
(Bouncer Bruno and Victor the Bodyguard (2))
December 11, 1999 House show Cabo Rojo, Puerto Rico 1 84
Vacated March 4, 2000 Title vacated due to Victor The Bodyguard leaving the promotion.
117 Black Boy and José Rivera, Jr. March 11, 2000 House show Guaynabo, Puerto Rico 1 28 Black Boy and José Rivera, Jr. were awarded the vacant titles.
118 Bouncer Bruno (2) and Dutch Mantel April 8, 2000 House show Guaynabo, Puerto Rico 1 21
119 Artillería Pesada
(Thunder and Lightning)
April 29, 2000 House show Caguas, Puerto Rico 1 126
120 The Windham Brothers
(Barry Windham and Kendall Windham)
September 2, 2000 House show Carolina, Puerto Rico 1 105
121 Artillería Pesada
(Thunder and Lightning)
December 16, 2000 House show Carolina, Puerto Rico 2 77
122 Rico Suave and Eddie Watts March 3, 2001 House show Carolina, Puerto Rico 1 56
123 Artillería Pesada
(Thunder and Lightning)
April 28, 2001 House show Cayey, Puerto Rico 3 42
124 Ricky Santana (8) and Rico Suave (2) June 9, 2001 House show Cayey, Puerto Rico 1 21
125 The Rastamen
(Rastaman and Mustapha Saed)
June 30, 2001 House show Arecibo, Puerto Rico 1 15
126 Artillería Pesada
(Thunder and Lightning)
July 14, 2001 House show Cayey, Puerto Rico 4 97
Vacated October 20, 2001 Caguas, Puerto Rico Titles were vacated after a controversial ending of a match between Artillería Pesada and El Bronco and Super Gladiator.
127 El Bronco (8) and Super Gladiador November 3, 2001 House show Carolina, Puerto Rico 1 21 Defeated Artillería Pesada in a rematch to win the vacant titles.
128 Artillería Pesada
(Thunder and Lightning)
November 24, 2001 House show Caguas, Puerto Rico 5 112
129 Carly Colón and Eddie Colón March 16, 2002 House show Caguas, Puerto Rico 1 1
130 Artillería Pesada
(Thunder and Lightning)
March 17, 2002 House show Yauco, Puerto Rico 6 70
131 Carly Colón (2) and Konnan May 26, 2002 House show Caguas, Puerto Rico 1 76
132 Artillería Pesada
(Thunder and Lightning)
August 10, 2002 House show Humacao, Puerto Rico 7 119
133 The Tahitians
(The Tahitian Prince and The Tahitian Warrior (5))
December 7, 2002 House show Coamo, Puerto Rico 1 113
134 Artillería Pesada
(Thunder and Lightning)
March 30, 2003 House show Salinas, Puerto Rico 8 34
Vacated May 3, 2003 Caguas, Puerto Rico Titles were vacated after a controversial ending of a match between Artillería Pesada and Los Broncos.
135 Los Broncos
(Bronco II and Bronco III)
May 10, 2003 House show Caguas, Puerto Rico 1 8 Defeated La Artillería Pesada in a rematch to win the vacant titles.
136 Artillería Pesada
(Thunder and Lightning)
May 18, 2003 House show Carolina, Puerto Rico 9 20
137 Los Broncos
(Bronco II and Bronco III)
June 7, 2003 House show Cayey, Puerto Rico 2 42
138 La Conexión Cubana
(Ricky Santana (9) and Fidel Sierra (4))
July 19, 2003 House show Carolina, Puerto Rico 2 22
139 Los Broncos
(Bronco II and Bronco III)
August 10, 2003 House show Caguas, Puerto Rico 3 6
140 Brent Dail and Ricky Santana (10) August 16, 2003 House show Nagüabo, Puerto Rico 1 7
141 Los Broncos
(Bronco II and Bronco III)
August 23, 2003 House show Caguas, Puerto Rico 4 15
142 Artillería Pesada
(Thunder and Lightning)
September 7, 2003 House show Guayanilla, Puerto Rico 10 96
Vacated December 12, 2003 Titles were vacated after Thunder and Lightning left the promotion.
143 Super Gladiador (2) and Vengador Boricua January 4, 2004 House show Manatí, Puerto Rico 1 95 Defeated Agente Bruno and Rico Suave in a tournament final to win the vacant titles.
144 Super Gladiador (3) and Brent Dail (2) April 8, 2004 House show Nagüabo, Puerto Rico 1 2 align=leftBrent Dail replaces Vengador Boricua in a title defense.
145 Agente Bruno (3)and Rico Suave (3) April 10, 2004 House show Nagüabo, Puerto Rico 1 35
146 Los Nuevos Nenes De las Nenas
(Chris Joel and Alex Montalvo)
May 8, 2004 House show Caguas, Puerto Rico 1 28
147 Diabólico and Rico Suave (4) June 5, 2004 House show Caguas, Puerto Rico 1 38
148 Los Nuevos Nenes De las Nenas
(Chris Joel and Alex Montalvo )
July 13, 2004 House show San Juan, Puerto Rico 2 39
149 Delta Force
(Cannon and Viper (5))
August 18, 2004 House show Caguas, Puerto Rico 1 96 Viper was formerly known as El Bronco III.
150 Viper (6) and El Rebelde November 25, 2004 House show Caguas, Puerto Rico 1 <1 Viper selected El Rebelde as a tag team partner while Cannon was injured.
151 The Starr Corporation
(Huracán Castillo, Jr. (8) and Chicky Starr (4))
November 25, 2004 House show Caguas, Puerto Rico 1 16
152 The New Delta Force
(The Tahitian Warrior (6) and Viper (7))
December 11, 2004 House show Caguas, Puerto Rico 1 26
153 The Starr Corporation
(Huracán Castillo, Jr. (9) and Chicky Starr (5))
January 6, 2005 House show Caguas, Puerto Rico 2 16
154 Diabólico (2) and Rico Suave (5) January 22, 2005 House show Caguas, Puerto Rico 2 7
155 The Starr Corporation
(Huracán Castillo, Jr. (10)and Chicky Starr (6))
January 29, 2005 House show Caguas, Puerto Rico 3 7
156 La Doble D Dominicana
(Diabólico (3) and Diamante Dominicano (2))
February 5, 2005 House show Caguas, Puerto Rico 1 70 El Diamante was formerly known as Black Boy.
157 El Bronco (9) and Diamante Dominicano (3) March 17, 2005 House show Humacao, Puerto Rico 1 30 {{El Bronco replaced and injnured Diabólico.}}
158 Delta Force
(Cannon (2) and Viper (8))
April 16, 2005 WWC Friday Madness Gurabo, Puerto Rico 2 42
159 Alex Montalvo (3) and Chicky Starr (7) May 28, 2005 House show Gurabo, Puerto Rico 1 28
160 Delta Force
(Cannon (3) and Viper (9))
June 25, 2005 House show Florida, Puerto Rico 3 14
161 Joe Bravo and Vengador Boricua (2) July 9, 2005 House show Salinas, Puerto Rico 1 70
162 Eric Alexander and Rico Suave (6) September 17, 2005 House show Salinas, Puerto Rico 1 21
163 Joe Bravo (2) and Vengador Boricua (3) October 8, 2005 House show Ponce, Puerto Rico 2 28
164 Salt 'n' Pepper
(Derrick King and Stan Lee)
November 5, 2005 WWC 32nd Aniversario 2005 Bayamón, Puerto Rico 1 28
165 Chris Joel (3) and Demolition X December 3, 2005 House show Cayey, Puerto Rico 1 50 [14]
Vacated January 22, 2006
166 Los Nuevos Nenes de las Nenas
(Chris Joel (4) and Alex Montalvo (4))
February 4, 2006 WWC La Hora de la Verdad III Bayamón, Puerto Rico 1 49 Defeated The Market Crashers (Nasdaq and Dow Jones) in a tournament final to win the vacant titles.
167 Cassidy Riley and James Storm March 25, 2006 WWC Honor vs. Traicion III Carolina, Puerto Rico 1 69 [15]
168 Americas Most Wanted
(James Storm (2) and Chris Harris)
June 2, 2006 N/A Vega Baja, Puerto Rico 1 1 Chris Harris replace Cassidy Riley who left the promotion.
169 El Poder Supremo
(Tim Arson and Rico Suave (7))
June 3, 2006 WWC Summer Madness Tour 2006 Carolina, Puerto Rico 1 70
170 The New Starr Corporation
(Huracán Castillo Jr. (11) and Chris Joel (5))
August 12, 2006 WWC 33rd Aniversario 2006 Bayamón, Puerto Rico 1 22
171 El Poder Supremo
(Tim Arson (2) and Rico Suave (8))
September 3, 2006 WWC Septiembre Negro Tour Bayamón, Puerto Rico 2 34
172 The New Starr Corporation
(Huracan Castillo Jr. (12) and Chris Joel (6))
October 7, 2006 House show Bayamón, Puerto Rico 2 47
173 Terror, Inc.
(Black Pain and Hannibal)
November 23, 2006 WWC Crossfire Carolina, Puerto Rico 1 58
174 Noriega and Jose Rivera, Jr. (2) January 20, 2007 House show Manatí, Puerto Rico 1 21 Defeated Terror Inc. a 2 referees match.
175 Juventud Rebelde
(Chris Joel (7) and Noriega (2))
February 10, 2007 House show Manatí, Puerto Rico 1 35 Noriega chose Joel to replace Jose Rivera, Jr. after he left the promotion.
176 Terror, Inc.
(Black Pain and Hannibal)
March 17, 2007 WWC Camino A La Gloria 2007 Bayamón, Puerto Rico 2 42
177 Juventud Rebelde
(Chris Joel (8) and Noriega (3))
April 28, 2007 House show Bayamón, Puerto Rico 2 14
178 Los Compadres
(El Bronco (10) and Rico Suave (9))
May 12, 2007 House show Bayamón, Puerto Rico 1 42
179 Juventud Rebelde
(Chris Joel (9) and Noriega (4))
June 23, 2007 House show Bayamón, Puerto Rico 3 35 Defeated Los Compadres and Lancaster and Mr. X in three-way match.
180 La Legion del Armagedon
(Greco and Romano)
July 28, 2007 House show Bayamón, Puerto Rico 1 50
181 Artillería Pesada
(Thunder and Lightning)
September 15, 2007 WWC La Veganza Septiembre Negro Tour Caguas, Puerto Rico 11 69 Defeated La Juventud Rebelde and La Legion del Armagedon in a 3-way match.
182 Juventud Rebelde
(Chris Joel (10) and Noriega (5))
November 24, 2007 House show Bayamón, Puerto Rico 4 43
183 Artillería Pesada
(Thunder and Lightning)
January 6, 2008 WWC Euphoria Tour 2008 San Juan, Puerto Rico 12 20 Defeated La Juventud Rebelde in a TLC match.
185 Juventud Rebelde
(Chris Joel (11) and Noriega (6))
January 26, 2008 House show Hatillo, Puerto Rico 5 7 Defeated La Artillería Pesada in a No DQ match.
186 Artillería Pesada
(Thunder and Lightning)
February 2, 2008 House show Lares, Puerto Rico 13 14
187 The Texas Outlaws
(Todd Dean and Brian Gamble)
February 16, 2008 House show Yauco, Puerto Rico 1 14
188 Artillería Pesada
(Thunder and Lightning)
March 1, 2008 House show Toa Baja, Puerto Rico 14 14 Defeated The Texas Outlaws in a Coal Miner's Match with a Cow Bell on a Pole.
189 The Texas Outlaws
(Todd Dean and Brian Gamble)
March 15, 2008 House show Lares, Puerto Rico 2 7
190 Artillería Pesada
(Thunder and Lightning)
March 22, 2008 WWC Camino A La Gloria Tour Bayamón, Puerto Rico 15 1
191 Juventud Rebelde
(Chris Joel (12) and Noriega (7))
March 23, 2008 WWC Camino A La Gloria Tour Manatí, Puerto Rico 6 28
192 Artillería Pesada
(Thunder and Lightning)
April 20, 2008 House show Quebradillas, Puerto Rico 16 6 Thunder defeat Juventud Rebelde in a Handicap match.
193 The New Texas Outlaws
(Bad Boy Bradley and Todd Dean (3))
April 26, 2008 House show Bayamón, Puerto Rico 1 84
194 D'Jour Twins
(Dave D'Jour and David D'Jour)
July 19, 2008 WWC 35th Aniversario 2008 San Juan, Puerto Rico 1 21
195 The New Texas Outlaws
(Bad Boy Bradley and Todd Dean (4))
August 9, 2008 House show Carolina, Puerto Rico 2 35
196 Artillería Pesada
(Thunder and Lightning)
September 13, 2008 House show Nagüabo, Puerto Rico 17 7
197 Los Renegados del Infierno
(Renegade del Infierno I and Renegade del Infierno II)
September 20, 2008 WWC Septiembre Negro Bayamón, Puerto Rico 2 21 Formerly Known as La legión del Armagedon. [16]
198 Artillería Pesada
(Thunder and Lightning)
October 11, 2008 House show Bayamón, Puerto Rico 18 91 Defeated Los Renegados del Infierno and Rick Adonis and Love Adonis in a 3-way match.
199 La Evolución Hardcore
(Huracán Castillo (13) and Rico Suave (10))
January 10, 2009 House show Bayamón, Puerto Rico 1 56
200 Artillería Pesada
(Thunder and Lightning)
March 7, 2009 House show Bayamón, Puerto Rico 19 161 Defeated La Evolución Hardcore in a TLC match.
201 The American Family
(Idol Stevens and Shawn Spears)
August 15, 2009 WWC Summer Madness Tour Bayamón, Puerto Rico 1 77
202 Artillería Pesada
(Thunder and Lightning)
October 31, 2009 WWC Halloween Wrestling Xtravaganza Tour Bayamón, Puerto Rico 20 77 Defeated The American Family in a Masks vs. Titles Match.
203 La Amenaza Ilegal
(Chicano and Bryan)
January 16, 2010 WWC Euphoria Mega Event San Juan, Puerto Rico 1 35
204 Chicano (2) and Idol Stevens (2) February 20, 2010 House show Bayamón, Puerto Rico 1 21 Idol Stevens replaces Bryan who left the company.
205 Artillería Pesada
(Thunder and Lightning)
March 13, 2010 House show Caguas, Puerto Rico 21 22
206 The New American Family
(Idol Stevens (3) and King Tonga, Jr.)
April 4, 2010 House show Aguadilla, Puerto Rico 1 20 Defeated Lightning in a Handicap match.
207 Los Aéreos
(Carlitos and Hiram Tua)
April 24, 2010 WWC Honor Vs. Traicion 2010 Bayamón, Puerto Rico 1 48
208 Idol Stevens (4)and Abbad June 11, 2010 House show Ponce, Puerto Rico 1 30
209 Artillería Pesada
(Thunder and Lightning)
July 11, 2010 WWC 37th Aniversario 2010 Weekend Bayamón, Puerto Rico 22 76 Defeated Abbad and Idol Stevens and La Zona Urbana in 3-way match.
210 Zona Urbana
(BJ and Chicano (3))
September 25, 2010 House show Bayamón, Puerto Rico 1 7
211 Artillería Pesada
(Thunder and Lightning)
October 2, 2010 House show Bayamón, Puerto Rico 23 21 Defeated La Zona Urbana in a Masks vs Titles match.
212 Zona Urbana
(BJ (2) and Chicano (4))
October 23, 2010 House show Bayamón, Puerto Rico 2 7
213 Artillería Pesada
(Thunder and Lightning)
October 30, 2010 House show Manatí, Puerto Rico 24 43 Defeated La Zona Urbana in a Texas Tornado match.
214 Los Rabiosos
(Mr. Big and Blitz)
December 12, 2010 WWC Euforia 2011 Bayamón, Puerto Rico 1 34
215 Artillería Pesada
(Thunder and Lightning)
January 15, 2011 House show Bayamón, Puerto Rico 25 7
216 Los Rabiosos
(Mr. Big and Blitz)
January 22, 2011 House show Bayamón, Puerto Rico 2 27 Defeated La Artillería Pesada in a Barbed Wire match.
217 Black Pain (3) and Mad Man Manson February 19, 2011 House show Carolina, Puerto Rico 1 35
218 Los Rabiosos
(Mr. Big and Blitz)
March 26, 2011 House show Carolina, Puerto Rico 3 35 Defeated Black Pain and Mad Man Manson in a street fight.
219 BJ (3) and Joe Bravo (3) April 30, 2011 House show Cataño, Puerto Rico 1 42 Defeated Mr. Big in a handicap match.
220 Los Fugitivos de la Calle
(Niche and Lynx)
June 11, 2011 House show Carolina, Puerto Rico 1 84 Defeated Joe Bravo in a handicap match.
221 Tommy Diablo and Johnny Ringo September 3, 2011 House show Bayamón, Puerto Rico 1 7
222 Los Fugitivos de la Calle
(Niche and Lynx)
September 10, 2011 House show Carolina, Puerto Rico 2 14
Los Dueños de la Malicia
(Dennis Rivera and Noel Rodriguez)
September 24, 2011 House show Caguas, Puerto Rico 1 42 Became the unified tag team champions of Puerto Rico and the reign of the WWC World Tag Team Championship is also recognized by IWA.
223 Los Fugitivos de La Calle
(Niche and Lynx)
November 5, 2011 House show Santurce, Puerto Rico 3 63
224 The Máximos Bros.
(Joel Máximo and Wil Máximo)
January 7, 2012 WWC Euphoria Tour 2012 Bayamón, Puerto Rico 1 70
225 Los Fugitivos de la Calle
(Niche and Lynx)
March 17, 2012 House show Bayamón, Puerto Rico 4 35 Defeated The Máximo Brothers in a 2 Referees No D.Q. match.
226 El Nuevo Mando
(Bolo the Red Bulldog and Diabolico (4))
April 21, 2012 House show Santurce, Puerto Rico 1 49
227 Los Arcángeles
(El Cuervo and Tommy Diablo (2))
June 9, 2012 House show Cataño, Puerto Rico 1 35
228 El Nuevo Mando
(El Hombre Bestia Angel and Diabolico (5))
July 14, 2012 House show Guaynabo, Puerto Rico 1 20 Defeated Tommy Diablo in handicap match.
Vacated August 3, 2012 Ponce, Puerto Rico Titles vacated after El Hombre Bestia Angel left the promotion.
229 Artillería Pesada
(Thunder and Lightning)
December 9, 2012 WWC Lockout Bayamón, Puerto Rico 26 62 Defeated The Sons of Samoa for the vacant titles.
230 The Sons of Samoa
(Afa Jr. and L.A. Smooth (7))
February 9, 2013 House show Cataño, Puerto Rico 1 49 Smooth was previously known as The Tahitian Warrior.
231 Artillería Pesada
(Thunder and Lightning)
March 30, 2013 WWC Camino A La Gloria Bayamón, Puerto Rico 27 22
232 Andy Leavine and Samson Walker April 21, 2013 House show Cataño, Puerto Rico 1 69
233 The Sons of Samoa
(Afa Jr. (2) and L.A. Smooth (8))
June 29, 2013 WWC Summer Madness Caguas, Puerto Rico 2 85 Defeated Andy Leavine and Samson Walker and La Artillería Pesada in a 3-way match.
234 Zona 101
(Chicano (5) and Abbad (2))
September 22, 2013 House show Bayamón, Puerto Rico 1 55 Defeat The Sons of Samoa and La Artillería Pesada in a 3-way match. [17]
235 The Sons of Samoa
(Afa Jr. (3) and L.A. Smooth (9))
November 16, 2013 WWC Crossfire Day 1 Bayamón, Puerto Rico 3 50 [18]
236 Chicano (6) and Xix Xavant January 5, 2014 WWC Euphoria Day 2 Bayamón, Puerto Rico 1 104 [19]
237 Los Templarios
(William de la Vega and Ash)
April 19, 2014 WWC Camino A La Gloria Bayamón, Puerto Rico 1 64 [20]
238 Los Boricuas
(Miguel Pérez Jr. (3) and Huracán Castillo, Jr. (14))
June 22, 2014 House show Bayamón, Puerto Rico 1 27
Vacated July 19, 2014 The titles were vacated by the Box and Lucha Commission due to the controversial ending to the title match between Los Boricuas and Los Templarios.
239 Los Templarios
(William de la Vega and Ash)
August 16, 2014 House show Bayamón, Puerto Rico 2 112 Defeated Los Boricuas in a rematch.
240 Los Boricuas
(Miguel Pérez Jr. (4) and Huracán Castillo, Jr. (15))
December 6, 2014 WWC Lockdown Day 2 Bayamón, Puerto Rico 2 84 Defeated Los Templarios in a Street Fight.
Vacated February 28, 2015 Cataño, Puerto Rico The titles was vacated after the match ends in a double pin (Castillo Pins one of La Revolucion member and the other member of La Revolución pins Miguel Pérez Jr.).
241 La Revolución
(La Revolucion II and La Revolucion III)
March 14, 2015 House show Bayamón, Puerto Rico 1 154 Defeated Los Boricuas in a rematch.
242 El Hijo de Ray González and Mike Mendoza August 15, 2015 House show Bayamón, Puerto Rico 1 21 [21]
243 La Revolución
(La Revolucion II and La Revolucion III)
September 5, 2015 House show Cataño, Puerto Rico 2 183
244 Juventud Extrema
(El Cuervo (2) and Mike Mendoza(2))
March 6, 2016 House show Bayamón, Puerto Rico 1 10 [22]
Vacated March 16, 2016 Bayamón, Puerto Rico The titles were held up after a match against La Revolución.
245 Juventud Extrema
(El Cuervo (3) and Mike Mendoza(3))
March 26, 2016 House show Bayamón, Puerto Rico 2 35 Defeated La Revolución to win the vacant titles.
246 La Revolución
(La Revolucion I and La Revolucion II (2))
April 30, 2016 House show Bayamón, Puerto Rico 1 1 Defeated La Artillería Pesada, The Bankers Club and Juventud Extrema in a Fatal 4-Way.
247 Juventud Extrema
(El Cuervo (4) and Mike Mendoza(4))
May 28, 2016 House show Bayamón, Puerto Rico 3 28
248 La Revolución
(La Revolucion I (2) and La Revolucion II (3))
June 25, 2016 House show Caguas, Puerto Rico 2 161
249 Artillería Pesada
(Thunder and Lightning)
December 3, 2016 WWC Superestrellas de la Lucha Libre Sabado Carolina, Puerto Rico 28 77 [23]
250 La Revolución
(La Revolucion I (3) and La Revolucion II (4))
February 18, 2017 WWC Superestrellas de la Lucha Libre Domingo Bayamón, Puerto Rico 3 98
251 El Cuervo (5) and El Hombre Bestia Angel (2) May 27, 2017 House show Bayamón, Puerto Rico 1 49
252 La Revolución
(La Revolucion I (4) and La Revolucion II (5))
July 15, 2017 House show Bayamón, Puerto Rico 4 259
253 Khaos and Abbadon March 31, 2018 WWC Camino A La Gloria Day 1 Manati, Puerto Rico 1 70
254 La Revolución
(La Revolucion I (5) and La Revolucion II (6))
June 9, 2018 WWC La Hora De La Verdad 2018 Guaynabo, Puerto Rico 5 129 [24]
255 Gilbert and Pedro Portillo October 16, 2018 House show Luquillo, Puerto Rico 1 18
256 Artillería Pesada
(Thunder and Lightning)
November 3, 2018 House show Luquillo, Puerto Rico 29 147
257 La Revolución
(La Revolucion I (6) and La Revolucion II (7))
March 30, 2019 House show Morovis, Puerto Rico 6 49 Defeated La Artillería Pesada and Doom Patrol: Cold and Death Warrant in a 3-way match.
258 Doom Patrol
(Cold and Death Warrant)
May 18, 2019 House show Toa Alta, Puerto Rico 1 35
259 Chicano (7) and Xix Xavant (2) June 22, 2019 House show Manatí, Puerto Rico 2 21 [25]
260 Doom Patrol
(Cold and Death Warrant)
July 13, 2019 WWC Honor Vs Traicion 2019 Toa Alta, Puerto Rico 2 35 [26]
261 La Revolución
(La Revolucion I (7) and La Revolucion II (8))
August 17, 2019 WWC Aniversario 46 Day 2 Guaynabo, Puerto Rico 7 112 Defeated Doom Patrol, La Potencia, Steve Joel and Jay Velez, and Clan Freedom in a 5-way match
262 Khaos and Abaddon December 7, 2019 WWC Lockout 2019 Bayamón, Puerto Rico 2 43+ [27]

Combined reigns[edit]

As of January 19, 2020.

Indicates the current champion
Rank Team No. of
reigns
Combined
days
1 Artillería Pesada
(Thunder and Lightning)
29 1,731
2 The Funk Brothers
(Terry Funk and Dory Funk, Jr.)
2 1,061
3 La Revolución
(La Revolucion I and La Revolucion II)
7 809
4 The Youngbloods
(Chris Youngblood and Mark Youngblood)
7 580
5 The Rock 'n' Roll RPMs
(Mike Davis and Tommy Lane)
2 413
6 La Revolución
(La Revolucion II and La Revolucion III)
2 337
7 Invader I and José Rivera 3 268
8 Los Dinámicos
(Carlos Colón and José Rivera)
1 231
9 The Medics/The Super Médicos
(Medic I and Medic II)
2 206
10 Kendo Nagasaki and Mr. Pogo 4 190
11 The Sons of Samoa
(Afa Jr. and L.A. Smooth)
3 184
12 Los Templarios
(William de la Vega and Ash)
2 176
13 The Invaders
(Invader I and Invader II)
2 174
14 The Batten Twins
(Bart Batten and Brad Batten)
3 133
15 Carlos Colón and Pedro Morales 1 133
16 Chicano and Xix Xavant 2 125
17 The Starr Cousins
(Chicky and Ron Starr)
2 121
18 The Invaders
(Invader I and Invader III)
2 117
19 Los Pastores
(Butch Miller and Luke Williams)
2 115
20 Khaos and Abbadon † 2 113+
21 Los Boricuas
(Miguel Pérez Jr. and Huracán Castillo, Jr.)
2 111
22 The Moondogs
(Moondog Rex and Moondog Spot)
1 84
23 The New York Rockers
(Al Perez and Joe Savoldi)
1 76
24 Juventud Extrema
(El Cuervo and Mike Mendoza)
3 73
25 Doom Patrol
(Cold and Death Warrant)
2 70
26 The Fabulous Kangaroos
(Al Costello and Don Kent)
2 69
27 Andy Leavine and Samson Walker 1 69
28 The Super Médicos
(Medic I and Medic III)
1 65
29 Los Mercenarios
(Cuban Assassin and Jerry Morrow)
1 64
30 Puerto Rican Express
(Huracán Castillo, Jr. and Miguel Pérez, Jr.)
1 58
30 Dan Kroffat and Tama 1 57
31 Zona 101
(Chicano and Abbad)
1 55
32 El Cuervo and El Hombre Bestia Angel 1 49
The Samoans
(Afa and Sika)
1 49
34 Carlos Colón and Invader I 1 40
35 Gino de la Serra and Pierre Martel 1 35
36 Scorpio and Mr. Tempest 1 20
37 Black Gordman and Medic I 1 29
Invader I and Pierre Martel 1 29
39 Jason the Terrible and Steve Strong 1 27
40 The Hunters
(Bob Brown and Dale Veasey)
1 25
41 El Hijo de Ray González and Mike Mendoza 1 21
Huracán Castillo and Pierre Martel 1 21
43 Gran Apollo and Pierre Martel 1 20
Hercules Ayala and King Tonga 1 20
45 Kengo Kimura and Hiro Sasaki 1 19
Mr. Pogo and TNT 1 19
47 Gilbert and Pedro Portillo 1 18
48 Ángel Mexicano and Fidel Sierra 1 <1

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