WWC World Tag Team Championship

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WWC World Tag Team Championship
Details
Promotion World Wrestling Council (WWC)
Date established February 26, 1977
Current champion(s) La Revolución
Date won February 18, 2017

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

Title history[edit]

Indicates title reigns and changes not recognized by WWC.
Wrestlers: Times: Date: Location: Notes:
The Fabulous Kangaroos
(Al Costello & Don Kent)
1 February 26, 1977 Billed as champions on arrival.
Los Dinámicos
(Carlos Colón & José Rivera)
1 March 12, 1977 Caguas, Puerto Rico
The Samoans
(Afa & Sika)
1 October 29, 1977 Caguas, Puerto Rico
Invader I & José Rivera (2) 1 December 17, 1977 San Juan, Puerto Rico
The title was vacated after a match between The Fabulous Kangaroos and José Rivera & Invader I on January 14, 1978.
Invader I (2) & José Rivera (3) 2 February 4, 1978 San Juan, Puerto Rico Defeated The Fabulous Kangaroos in a rematch.
Huracán Castillo, Sr. & Pierre Martel 1 May 6, 1978 Bayamón, Puerto Rico [1]
Invader I (3) & José Rivera (4) 3 May 27, 1978 Bayamón, Puerto Rico
Kengo Kimura & Hiro Sasaki 1 October 23, 1978 Caguas, Puerto Rico
The Invaders
(Invader I (4) & Invader II)
1 November 11, 1978 Caguas, Puerto Rico
The Funk Brothers
(Terry Funk & Dory Funk, Jr.)
1 April 6, 1979 San Juan, Puerto Rico
The Invaders
(Invader I (5) & Invader II (2))
2 November 24, 1979 Bayamón, Puerto Rico
The Funk Brothers
(Terry Funk & Dory Funk, Jr.)
2 December 22, 1979 Bayamón, Puerto Rico
The Fabulous Kangaroos
(Johnny Heffernan & Don Kent (2))
1 May 1, 1982 San Juan, Puerto Rico
Invader I (6) & Pierre Martel 1 June 26, 1982 San Juan, Puerto Rico
The Moondogs
(Rex & Spot)
1 July 24, 1982 San Juan, Puerto Rico
Gino de la Serra & Pierre Martel (2) 1 October 16, 1982 San Juan, Puerto Rico
Los Mercenarios
(Cuban Assassin & Jerry Morrow)
1 November 20, 1982 Bayamón, Puerto Rico
Gran Apolo & Pierre Martel (2) 1 January 23, 1983 Ponce, Puerto Rico
Scorpio & Mr. Tempest 1 February 12, 1983 Bayamón, Puerto Rico
The title was vacated on March 14, 1983 after Scorpio left the promotion.
Carlos Colón (2) & Pedro Morales 1 April 30, 1983 San Juan, Puerto Rico Defeated The Super Médicos.
The Medics/The Super Médicos
(I (1) & II)
1 September 10, 1983 Morovis, Puerto Rico The team changed names on November 14, 1983.
Hercules Ayala & King Tonga 1 January 6, 1984 Morovis, Puerto Rico
The Super Médicos
(I (2) & II (2))
2 January 28, 1984 Guaynabo, Puerto Rico
The Invaders
(I (7) & III)
1 April 25, 1984 San Juan, Puerto Rico
The Super Médicos
(I (3) & III (3))
1 August 4, 1984 San Juan, Puerto Rico [2]
The title was vacated after Super Medico III lost his mask on October 8, 1984 in Bayamón, Puerto Rico.
The Invaders
(I (8) & III (2))
2 November 22, 1984 Bayamón, Puerto Rico Defeated Black Gordman and Super Médico I.
Black Gordman & Super Medico I (4) 1 December 8, 1984 Guaynabo, Puerto Rico
The New York Rockers
(Al Perez & Joe Savoldi)
1 January 6, 1985 San Juan, Puerto Rico
The titles was vacated after the match between The New York Rockers and Ángel Mexicano & Fidel Sierra on March 23, 1985 in San Juan, Puerto Rico.
Ángel Mexicano & Fidel Sierra 1 April 6, 1985 San Juan, Puerto Rico
The titles was vacated on May 30, 1985 when Ángel Mexicano left the promotion.
The Rock 'n' Roll RPMs
(Mike Davis & Tommy Lane)
1 June 29, 1985 San Juan, Puerto Rico Defeated Eric Embry and The Crusher in a tournament final.
Los Pastores
(Butch Miller & Luke Williams)
1 August 3, 1986 Bayamón, Puerto Rico
The Rock 'n' Roll RPMs
(Mike Davis & Tommy Lee Jones)
2 September 21, 1986 San Juan, Puerto Rico
The Starr Cousins
(Chicky & Ron Starr)
1 October 4, 1986 Caguas, Puerto Rico
The Youngbloods
(Chris & Mark Youngblood)
1 January 6, 1987 San Juan, Puerto Rico
Los Pastores
(Butch Miller & Luke Williams)
2 April 4, 1987 Caguas, Puerto Rico
The Youngbloods
(Chris Youngblood & Mark Youngblood)
2 May 10, 1987 San Juan, Puerto Rico
Mr. Pogo & TNT 1 July 11, 1987 Caguas, Puerto Rico
The Youngbloods
(Chris Youngblood & Mark Youngblood)
3 July 30, 1987 San Juan, Puerto Rico
The Hunters
(Bob Brown & Dale Veasey)
1 August 26, 1987 Trinidad and Tobago
The Youngbloods
(Chris Youngblood & Mark Youngblood)
4 September 20, 1987 Ponce, Puerto Rico
Kendo Nagasaki & Mr. Pogo (2) 1 October 17, 1987 Caguas, Puerto Rico
The Invaders
(I (9) & III (3))
3 January 6, 1988 San Juan, Puerto Rico
Kendo Nagasaki (2) & Mr. Pogo (3) 2 January 16, 1988 Guaynabo, Puerto Rico
The titles was vacated after a match between Kendo Nagasaki & Mr. Pogo and The Youngbloods on March 19, 1988 in Caguas, Puerto Rico.
Kendo Nagasaki (3) & Mr. Pogo (4) 3 April 12, 1988 San Juan, Puerto Rico Defeated The Youngbloods in a rematch.
The Youngbloods
(Chris Youngblood & Mark Youngblood)
5 May 14, 1988 Caguas, Puerto Rico
Kendo Nagasaki (4) & Mr. Pogo (5) 4 July 23, 1988 Arecibo, Puerto Rico Youngbloods leave the promotion after the murder of Bruiser Brody.
The Batten Twins
(Bart Batten & Brad Batten)
1 August 6, 1988 San Juan, Puerto Rico
The Starr Cousins
(Chicky (2) & Ron Starr (2))
2 October 16, 1988 Arecibo, Puerto Rico
The Batten Twins
(Bart Batten & Brad Batten)
2 November 12, 1988 Caguas, Puerto Rico
Dan Kroffat & Tama 1 January 6, 1989 San Juan, Puerto Rico
The Batten Twins
(Bart Batten & Brad Batten)
3 March 4, 1989 Bayamón, Puerto Rico [3]
Jason the Terrible & Steve Strong 1 March 11, 1989 Caguas, Puerto Rico
Carlos Colón (3) & Invader I (10) 1 April 7, 1989 Juncos, Puerto Rico Won by forfeit after Jason the Terrible suffered a knee injury.
Abudda Dein & Rip Rogers 1 May 17, 1989 Vega Alta, Puerto Rico
Puerto Rican Express
(Huracán Castillo, Jr. & Miguel Pérez, Jr.)
1 July 16, 1989 Mayagüez, Puerto Rico
Abudda Dein & Rip Rogers 2 August 5, 1989 Juncos, Puerto Rico
The Youngbloods
(Chris Youngblood & Mark Youngblood)
6 October 7, 1989 Bayamón, Puerto Rico
Los Mercenarios
(Cuban Assassin (2) & Ron Starr (3))
1 February 4, 1990 Aguadilla, Puerto Rico
The Super Médicos
(I (5) & III)
1 March 31, 1990 Caguas, Puerto Rico
The Continental Dream
(Lance Idol & Rick Valentine)
1 August 4, 1990 Caguas, Puerto Rico [2]
The Super Médicos
(I (6) & III (2))
2 September 15, 1990 Bayamón, Puerto Rico
The title was vacated after a match between The Super Médicos and The Texas Hangmen on September 15, 1990 in Caguas, Puerto Rico.
The Super Médicos
(I (7) & III (3))
3 September 22, 1990 Caguas, Puerto Rico Defeated The Texas Hangmen in a rematch.
The Texas Hangmen
(Killer & Psycho)
1 September 29, 1990 Carolina, Puerto Rico
El Bronco (1) & Invader I (11) 1 February 3, 1991 Bayamón, Puerto Rico
The Texas Hangmen
(Killer & Psycho)
2 February 10, 1991 Hormigueros, Puerto Rico
El Bronco (2) & Invader I (12) 2 March 2, 1991 Bayamón, Puerto Rico Defeated The Texas Hangmen in a Mask and Hair vs Titles match.[4]
El Gran Mendoza & Billy Travis 1 May 22, 1991 San Juan, Puerto Rico
Puerto Rican Express
(Huracán Castillo, Jr. (2) & Miguel Pérez, Jr. (2))
2 June 15, 1991 Carolina, Puerto Rico
El Bronco (3) & Invader I (13) 3 July 20, 1991 Carolina, Puerto Rico Titles awarded by the commission due to a controversy during title match against Huracán Castillo, Jr. & Miguel Pérez, Jr. [5]
The Heartbreakers
(Apollo & Adonis)
1 November 29, 1991 Curaçao Formerly known as Frankie Lancaster & Wendell Cooley.
Rex King & Ricky Santana 1 December 25, 1991 San Juan, Puerto Rico
The Heartbreakers
(Apollo (2) & Adonis (2))
2 January 6, 1992 San Juan, Puerto Rico
Rex King (2) & Ricky Santana (2) 2 February 29, 1992 Caguas, Puerto Rico
The Heartbreakers
(Apollo (3) & Adonis (3))
3 March 1, 1992 Mayagüez, Puerto Rico
Heartbreaker Adonis (4) & Doug Masters 1 March 16, 1992 ? Heartbreaker Adonis left the promotion, with Masters taking his place.
El Bronco (4) & Ciclón Salvadoreño 1 March 21, 1992 Humacao, Puerto Rico
Doug Masters (2) & Ron Starr (4) 1 April 11, 1992 Caguas, Puerto Rico
The title was vacated after a match between Rex King & Ricky Santana and Doug Masters & Ron Starr on May 16, 1992.
Doug Masters (3) & Ron Starr (5) 2 May 24, 1992 San Germán, Puerto Rico Won a rematch against Rex King and Ricky Santana by forfeit due to Santana not appearing.
The Southern Rockers
(Steve Doll & Rex King (3))
1 June 24, 1992 Dorado, Puerto Rico
The title held up after a match between Ray González who replaces Steve Doll & Rex King Solid Gold on August 1, 1992.
Ray González & Rex King (4) 1 September 19, 1992 Carolina, Puerto Rico Defeated Solid Gold in a rematch.
Mohammed Hussein & El Vigilante 1 December 25, 1992 Bayamón, Puerto Rico
Los Originales Nenes de las Nenas
(Ray González (2) & Ricky Santana (3))
1 February 21, 1993 Bayamón, Puerto Rico
The Batten Twins
(Bart Batten & Brad Batten)
4 March 2, 1993 San Juan, Puerto Rico
The title was vacated on April 2, 1993 after The Batten Twins left the promotion.
Los Originales Nenes de las Nenas
(Ray González (3) & Ricky Santana (4))
2 April 4, 1993 San Juan, Puerto Rico Defeated The Dream Warriors (Screamer & Brood) for the vacant titles.
Mohammed Hussein (2) & Dusty Wolfe 1 June 19, 1993 Bayamón, Puerto Rico
Mohammed Hussein (3) & Doug Sanders 1 October 1993 Doug Sanders replace Wolfe who left the promotion due to a personal problems.
Mohammed Hussein (4) & Dusty Wolfe (2) 2 November 1993 Wolfe returns and rejoins the team.
El Bronco (5) & Ray González (4) 1 December 1993 Trujillo Alto, Puerto Rico
Huracán Castillo, Jr. (4) & Mohammad Hussein (5) 1 March 6, 1994 Bayamón, Puerto Rico
The title was vacated on June 1994 after Castillo and Hussein split.
Mohammed Hussein (6) & The Tahitian Warrior 1 June 25, 1994 Caguas, Puerto Rico Defeated El Bronco & Pulgarcito.
El Bronco (6) & Ray González (5) 2 July 6, 1994 Toa Alta, Puerto Rico
The Wildcats
(Mike Anthony & Dobby Gillies)
1 1994 Toa Alta, Puerto Rico
La Conexión Comunista
(Mohammad Hussein (7) & Fidel Sierra (2))
1 1994 Toa Alta, Puerto Rico
El Bronco (7) & Ray González (6) 3 1994
Mohammed Hussein (8) & The Tahitian Warrior (2) 2 August 13, 1994 Trujillo Alto, Puerto Rico Defeated Ray González in a handicap match.
The Wildcats
(Mike Anthony & Dobby Gillies)
2 August 24, 1994 Toa Alta, Puerto Rico
Mohammed Hussein (7) & The Tahitian Warrior (3) 3 1994 ?
Huracán Castillo, Jr. (4) & Ray González (7) 1 1994 ?
La Conexión Cubana
(Ricky Santana (5) & Fidel Sierra (3))
1 1995 ?
Huracán Castillo, Jr.(5) & Ray González (8) 2 1995 ?
The Canadian Glamour Boys
(Sean & Shane)
1 1995 ?
Huracán Castillo, Jr. (6) & Invader I (14) 1 August 13, 1995? Caguas, Puerto Rico?
The International Males (Overkill)
(Christopher Daniels & Kevin Quinn)
1 October 22, 1995 San Germán, Puerto Rico
The Canadian Glamour Boys
(Sean Morley (2) & Rex King (5))
1 November 26, 1995 Caguas, Puerto Rico
Huracán Castillo, Jr. (7) & Ray González (9) 3 March 9, 1996 ?
The Canadian Glamour Boys
(Sean Morley (3) & Shane (2))
2 April 6, 1996 ?
Ray González (10) & La Ley 1 May 4, 1996 Caguas, Puerto Rico [6]
The Texas Hangmen
(Killer & Psycho)
3 September 21, 1996 ?
Texas Hangmen Killer (4) & Skull Von Krush 1 March 1, 1997 Cayey, Puerto Rico 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.
La Ley (2) & Ricky Santana (6) 1 March 2, 1997 Cabo Rojo, Puerto Rico
The Islanders
(Kuhio & Tahiti (4))
1 June 22, 1997 Bayamón, Puerto Rico Tahiti previously known as The Tahitian Warrior.
The Youngbloods
(Chris Youngblood & Mark Youngblood)
7 August 16, 1997 Bayamón, Puerto Rico Won by forfeit.
The title was vacated on December 18, 1997.
Glamour Boy Shane (3) & Ricky Santana (7) 1 March 22, 1998 Caguas, Puerto Rico Defeated The Youngbloods in a tournament final.
Starr Corporation
(Chicky Starr (3) & Victor the Bodyguard)
1 February 28, 1999 Cabo Rojo, Puerto Rico
The Huertas Brothers/The Invaders
(Maelo Huertas & Invader I (15))
1 October 9, 1999 Guaynabo, Puerto Rico
Starr Corporation
(Bouncer Bruno & Victor the Bodyguard (2))
1 December 11, 1999 Cabo Rojo, Puerto Rico
The title was vacated on March 4, 2000 after Victor the Bodyguard left the promotion.
Black Boy & José Rivera, Jr. 1 March 11, 2000 Guaynabo, Puerto Rico Awarded the title.
Bouncer Bruno (2) & Dutch Mantel 1 April 8, 2000 Guaynabo, Puerto Rico
Artillería Pesada
(Thunder & Lightning)
1 April 29, 2000 Caguas, Puerto Rico
The Windham Brothers
(Barry Windham & Kendall Windham)
1 September 2, 2000 Carolina, Puerto Rico
Artillería Pesada
(Thunder & Lightning)
2 December 16, 2000 Carolina, Puerto Rico
Rico Suave & Eddie Watts 1 March 3, 2001 Carolina, Puerto Rico
Artillería Pesada
(Thunder & Lightning)
3 April 28, 2001 Cayey, Puerto Rico
Ricky Santana (8) & Rico Suave (2) 1 June 9, 2001 Cayey, Puerto Rico
The Rastamen
(Rastaman & Mustapha Saed)
1 June 30, 2001 Arecibo, Puerto Rico
Artillería Pesada
(Thunder & Lightning)
4 July 14, 2001 Cayey, Puerto Rico
The title was vacated after a match between El Bronco & Super Gladiador and La Artillería Pesada on October 20, 2001 in Caguas, Puerto Rico.
El Bronco (8) & Super Gladiador (Ricky Frontán) 1 November 3, 2001 Carolina, Puerto Rico Defeated La Artillería Pesada in a rematch.
Artillería Pesada
(Thunder & Lightning)
5 November 24, 2001 Caguas, Puerto Rico
Carly Colón & Eddie Colón 1 March 16, 2002 Caguas, Puerto Rico
Artillería Pesada
(Thunder & Lightning)
6 March 17, 2002 Yauco, Puerto Rico
Carly Colón (2) & Konnan 1 May 26, 2002 Caguas, Puerto Rico
Artillería Pesada
(Thunder & Lightning)
7 August 10, 2002 Humacao, Puerto Rico
The Tahitians
(The Tahitian Prince & The Tahitian Warrior (5))
1 December 7, 2002 Coamo, Puerto Rico
Artillería Pesada
(Thunder & Lightning)
8 March 30, 2003 Salinas, Puerto Rico
The title was vacated after a match between Los Broncos and La Artillería Pesada on May 3, 2003 in Caguas, Puerto Rico.
Los Broncos
(II & III)
1 May 10, 2003 Caguas, Puerto Rico Defeated La Artillería Pesada in a rematch.
Artillería Pesada
(Thunder & Lightning)
9 May 18, 2003 Carolina, Puerto Rico
Los Broncos
(II & III)
2 June 7, 2003 Cayey, Puerto Rico
La Conexión Cubana
(Ricky Santana (9) & Fidel Sierra (4))
2 July 19, 2003 Carolina, Puerto Rico
Los Broncos
(II & III)
3 August 10, 2003 Caguas, Puerto Rico
Brent Dail & Ricky Santana (10) 1 August 16, 2003 Nagüabo, Puerto Rico
Los Broncos
(II & III)
4 August 23, 2003 Caguas, Puerto Rico
Artillería Pesada
(Thunder & Lightning)
10 September 7, 2003 Guayanilla, Puerto Rico
The title was vacated on December 12, 2003 after Thunder and Lightning left the promotion.
Super Gladiador (2) & Vengador Boricua Luis Férnandez 1 January 4, 2004 Manatí, Puerto Rico Defeated Agente Bruno & Rico Suave in a tournament final.
Super Gladiador (3) & Brent Dail (2) 1 April 3, 2004 Nagüabo, Puerto Rico Brent Dail replaces Vengador Boricua.
Agente Bruno (3) & Rico Suave (3) 1 April 3, 2004 Nagüabo, Puerto Rico
Los Nuevos Nenes De las Nenas
(Chris Joel & Alex Montalvo)
1 May 8, 2004 Caguas, Puerto Rico
Diabólico & Rico Suave (4) 1 June 5, 2004 Caguas, Puerto Rico
Los Nuevos Nenes De las Nenas
(Chris Joel (2) & Alex Montalvo (2))
2 July 13, 2004 San Juan, Puerto Rico
Delta Force
(Cannon & Viper (5))
1 August 21, 2004 Caguas, Puerto Rico Viper formerly known as El Bronco III.
Viper (6) & El Rebelde 1 November 25, 2004 Caguas, Puerto Rico Viper Selects El Rebelde as partner when Cannon is injured.
The Starr Corporation
(Huracán Castillo, Jr. (8) & Chicky Starr (4))
1 November 25, 2004 Caguas, Puerto Rico
The New Delta Force
(The Tahitian Warrior (6) & Viper (7))
1 December 11, 2004 Caguas, Puerto Rico
The Starr Corporation
(Huracán Castillo, Jr. (9) & Chicky Starr (5))
2 January 6, 2005 Caguas, Puerto Rico
Diabólico (2) & Rico Suave (5) 2 January 22, 2005 Caguas, Puerto Rico
The Starr Corporation
(Huracán Castillo, Jr. (10) & Chicky Starr (6))
3 January 29, 2005 Caguas, Puerto Rico
La Doble D Dominicana
(Diabólico (3) & Diamante Dominicano (2))
1 February 5, 2005 Caguas, Puerto Rico El Diamante formerly known as Black Boy.
El Bronco (9) & Diamante Dominicano (3) 1 March 17, 2005 Humacao, Puerto Rico Diabólico left the promotion, El Bronco taking his place.
Delta Force
(Cannon (2) & Viper (8))
2 April 16, 2005 Gurabo, Puerto Rico
Alex Montalvo (3) & Chicky Starr (7) 1 May 28, 2005 Gurabo, Puerto Rico
Delta Force
(Cannon (3) & Viper (9))
3 June 25, 2005 Florida, Puerto Rico
Joe Bravo & Vengador Boricua (2) 1 July 9, 2005 Salinas, Puerto Rico
Eric Alexander & Rico Suave (6) 1 September 17, 2005 Salinas, Puerto Rico
Joe Bravo (2) & Vengador Boricua (3) 2 October 8, 2005 Ponce, Puerto Rico
Salt 'n' Pepper
(Derrick King & Stan Lee)
1 November 5, 2005 Bayamón, Puerto Rico
Chris Joel (3) & Demolition X 1 December 3, 2005 Cayey, Puerto Rico [7]
The title was vacated on January 22, 2006.
Los Nuevos Nenes de las Nenas
(Chris Joel (4) & Alex Montalvo (4))
3 February 4, 2006 Bayamón, Puerto Rico Defeated The Market Crashers (Nasdaq & Dow Jones) in a tournament final.
Cassidy Riley & James Storm 1 March 25, 2006 Carolina, Puerto Rico [8]
Americas Most Wanted
(James Storm (2) & Chris Harris)
1 June 2, 2006 Vega Baja, Puerto Rico Chris Harris replace Cassidy who left from WWC.
El Poder Supremo
(Tim Arson & Rico Suave (7))
1 June 3, 2006 Carolina, Puerto Rico
The New Starr Corporation
(Huracán Castillo Jr. (11) & Chris Joel (5))
1 August 12, 2006 Bayamón, Puerto Rico
El Poder Supremo
(Tim Arson (2) & Rico Suave (8))
2 September 3, 2006 Bayamón, Puerto Rico
The New Starr Corporation
(Huracan Castillo Jr. (12) & Chris Joel (6))
2 October 7, 2006 Bayamón, Puerto Rico
Terror, Inc.
(Black Pain & Hannibal)
1 November 23, 2006 Carolina, Puerto Rico
Noriega & José Rivera, Jr. (2) 1 January 20, 2007 Manatí, Puerto Rico Defeated Terror Inc. a 2 referees match.
Juventud Rebelde
(Chris Joel (7) & Noriega (2))
1 February 10, 2007 Manatí, Puerto Rico Noriega chose Joel to replace Rivera after he left the promotion.
Terror, Inc.
(Black Pain & Hannibal)
2 March 17, 2007 Bayamón, Puerto Rico
Juventud Rebelde
(Chris Joel (8) & Noriega (3))
2 April 28, 2007 Bayamón, Puerto Rico
Los Compadres
(El Bronco (10) & Rico Suave (9))
1 May 12, 2007 Bayamón, Puerto Rico
Juventud Rebelde
(Chris Joel (9) & Noriega (4))
3 June 23, 2007 Bayamón, Puerto Rico Defeated Los Compadres and Lancaster & Mr. X in 3-way match.
La Legion del Armagedon
(Greco & Romano)
1 July 28, 2007 Bayamón, Puerto Rico
Artillería Pesada
(Thunder & Lightning)
11 September 15, 2007 Caguas, Puerto Rico Defeated La Juventud Rebelde and La Legion del Armagedon in a 3-way match.
Juventud Rebelde
(Chris Joel (10) & Noriega (5))
4 November 24, 2007 Bayamón, Puerto Rico
Artillería Pesada
(Thunder & Lightning)
12 January 6, 2008 San Juan, Puerto Rico Defeated La Juventud Rebelde in a TLC match.
Juventud Rebelde
(Chris Joel (11) & Noriega (6))
5 January 26, 2008 Hatillo, Puerto Rico Defeated La Artillería Pesada in a No DQ match.
Artillería Pesada
(Thunder & Lightning)
13 February 2, 2008 Lares, Puerto Rico
The Texas Outlaws
(Todd Dean & Brian Gamble)
1 February 16, 2008 Yauco, Puerto Rico
Artillería Pesada
(Thunder & Lightning)
14 March 1, 2008 Toa Baja, Puerto Rico Defeated The Texas Outlaws in a Coal Miner's Match with a Cow Bell on a Pole.
The Texas Outlaws
(Todd Dean & Brian Gamble)
2 March 15, 2008 Lares, Puerto Rico
Artillería Pesada
(Thunder & Lightning)
15 March 22, 2008 Bayamón, Puerto Rico
Juventud Rebelde
(Chris Joel (12) & Noriega (7))
6 March 23, 2008 Manatí, Puerto Rico
Artillería Pesada
(Thunder & Lightning)
16 April 20, 2008 Quebradillas, Puerto Rico Thunder defeat Juventud Rebelde in a Handicap match.
The New Texas Outlaws
(Bad Boy Bradley & Todd Dean (3))
1 April 26, 2008 Bayamón, Puerto Rico
D'Jour Twins
(Dave D'Jour & David D'Jour)
1 July 19, 2008 San Juan, Puerto Rico
The New Texas Outlaws
(Bad Boy Bradley & Todd Dean (4))
2 August 9, 2008 Carolina, Puerto Rico
Artillería Pesada
(Thunder & Lightning)
17 September 13, 2008 Nagüabo, Puerto Rico
Los Renegados del Infierno
(I & II)
2 September 20, 2008 Bayamón, Puerto Rico Formerly Known as La legión del Armagedon. [9]
Artillería Pesada
(Thunder & Lightning)
18 October 11, 2008 Bayamón, Puerto Rico Defeated Los Renegados del Infierno and Rick Adonis & Love Adonis in a 3-way match.
La Evolución Hardcore
(Huracán Castillo (13) & Rico Suave (10))
1 January 10, 2009 Bayamón, Puerto Rico
Artillería Pesada
(Thunder & Lightning)
19 March 7, 2009 Bayamón, Puerto Rico Defeated La Evolución Hardcore in a TLC match.
The American Family
(Idol Stevens & Shawn Spears)
1 August 15, 2009 Bayamón, Puerto Rico
Artillería Pesada
(Thunder & Lightning)
20 October 31, 2009 Bayamón, Puerto Rico Defeated The American Family in a Masks vs. Titles Match.
La Amenaza Ilegal
(Chicano & Bryan)
1 January 16, 2010 San Juan, Puerto Rico
Chicano (2) & Idol Stevens (2) 1 February 20, 2010 Bayamón, Puerto Rico Idol Stevens replaces Bryan who left the company.
Artillería Pesada
(Thunder & Lightning)
21 March 13, 2010 Caguas, Puerto Rico
The New American Family
(Idol Stevens (3) & King Tonga, Jr.)
1 April 4, 2010 Aguadilla, Puerto Rico Defeated Lightning in a Handicap match.
Los Aéreos
(Carlitos & Hiram Tua)
1 April 24, 2010 Bayamón, Puerto Rico
Idol Stevens (4) & Abbad 1 June 11, 2010 Ponce, Puerto Rico
Artillería Pesada
(Thunder & Lightning)
22 July 11, 2010 Bayamón, Puerto Rico Defeated Abbad & Idol Stevens and La Zona Urbana in 3-way match.
Zona Urbana
(BJ & Chicano (3))
1 September 25, 2010 Bayamón, Puerto Rico
Artillería Pesada
(Thunder & Lightning)
23 October 2, 2010 Bayamón, Puerto Rico Defeated La Zona Urbana in a Masks vs Titles match.
Zona Urbana
(BJ (2) & Chicano (4))
2 October 23, 2010 Bayamón, Puerto Rico
Artillería Pesada
(Thunder & Lightning)
24 October 30, 2010 Manatí, Puerto Rico Defeated La Zona Urbana in a Texas Tornado match.
Los Rabiosos
(Mr. Big & Blitz)
1 December 12, 2010 Bayamón, Puerto Rico
Artillería Pesada
(Thunder & Lightning)
25 January 15, 2011 Bayamón, Puerto Rico
Los Rabiosos
(Mr. Big (2) & Blitz (2))
2 January 22, 2011 Bayamón, Puerto Rico Defeated La Artillería Pesada in a Barbed Wire match.
Black Pain (3) & Mad Man Manson 1 February 19, 2011 Carolina, Puerto Rico
Los Rabiosos
(Mr. Big (3) & Blitz (3))
3 March 26, 2011 Carolina, Puerto Rico Defeated Black Pain & Mad Man Manson in a street fight.
BJ (3) & Joe Bravo (3) 1 April 30, 2011 Cataño, Puerto Rico Defeated Mr. Big in a handicap match.
Los Fugitivos de la Calle
(Niche & Lynx)
1 June 11, 2011 Carolina, Puerto Rico Defeated Joe Bravo in a handicap match.
Tommy Diablo & Johnny Ringo 1 September 3, 2011 Bayamón, Puerto Rico
Los Fugitivos de la Calle
(Niche & Lynx)
2 September 10, 2011 Carolina, Puerto Rico
Los Dueños de la Malicia
(Dennis Rivera & Noel Rodriguez)
1 September 24, 2011 Caguas, Puerto Rico Becoming the unified tag team champions of Puerto Rico and the reign of the WWC World Tag Team Championship is recognized by IWA.†
During a TV segment the WWC stripped out the titles and revert the decision and bring titles back to Los Fugitivos.
Los Fugitivos de La Calle
(Niche & Lynx)
3 November 5, 2011 Santurce, Puerto Rico
The Máximos Bros.
(Joel & Wil Máximo)
1 January 7, 2012 Bayamón, Puerto Rico
Los Fugitivos de la Calle
(Niche & Lynx)
4 March 17, 2012 Bayamón, Puerto Rico Defeated Los Máximo Brothers in a 2 Referees No D.Q. match.
El Nuevo Mando
(Bolo the Red Bulldog & Diabolico (4))
1 April 21, 2012 Santurce, Puerto Rico
Los Arcángeles
(El Cuervo & Tommy Diablo (2))
1 June 9, 2012 Cataño, Puerto Rico
El Nuevo Mando
("El Hombre Bestia" Angel & Diabolico (5))
1 July 14, 2012 Guaynabo, Puerto Rico Defeated Tommy Diablo in handicap match.
The titles was vacated on November 2012 when "El Hombre Bestia" Angel left WWC.
Artillería Pesada
(Thunder & Lightning)
26 December 9, 2012 Bayamón, Puerto Rico Defeated The Sons of Samoa for the vacant titles.
The Sons of Samoa
(Afa Jr. & L.A. Smooth (7))
1 February 9, 2013 Cataño, Puerto Rico Smooth previously known as The Tahitian Warrior.
Artillería Pesada
(Thunder & Lightning)
27 March 30, 2013 Bayamón, Puerto Rico
Andy Leavine & Samson Walker 1 April 27, 2013 Cataño, Puerto Rico
The Sons of Samoa
(Afa Jr. (2) & L.A. Smooth (8))
2 June 29, 2013 Caguas, Puerto Rico Defeated Andy Leavine & Samson Walker and La Artillería Pesada in a 3-way match.
Zona 101
(Chicano (5) & Abbad (2))
1 September 21, 2013 Bayamón, Puerto Rico Defeat The Sons of Samoa and La Artillería Pesada in a 3-way match.[10]
The Sons of Samoa
(Afa Jr. (3) & L.A. Smooth (9))
3 November 16, 2013 Bayamón, Puerto Rico [11]
Chicano (6) & Xix Xavant 1 January 5, 2014 Bayamón, Puerto Rico [12]
Los Templarios
(William de la Vega & Ash)
1 April 19, 2014 Bayamón, Puerto Rico [13]
Los Boricuas
(Miguel Pérez Jr. (3) & Huracán Castillo, Jr. (14))
3 June 21, 2014 Bayamón, Puerto Rico
The titles were vacated by the Box & Lucha Commission due to the controversial ending to the title match between Los Boricuas and Los Templarios.[14]
Los Templarios
(Ash (2) & William De la Vega (2))
2 August 16, 2014 Bayamón, Puerto Rico Defeated Los Boricuas in a rematch.
Los Boricuas
(Miguel Pérez Jr. (4) & Huracán Castillo, Jr. (15))
4 December 6, 2014 Bayamón, Puerto Rico Defeated Los Templarios in a Street Fight.
The titles was vacated on February 28, 2015 in Cataño, Puerto Rico 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.).
La Revolución 1 March 14, 2015 Bayamón, Puerto Rico Defeated Los Boricuas in a rematch.
El Hijo de Ray González & Mike Mendoza 1 August 15, 2015 Bayamón, Puerto Rico [15]
La Revolución 2 September 5, 2015 Cataño, Puerto Rico
Juventud Extrema
(El Cuervo (2) & Mike Mendoza (2))
1 March 6, 2016 Bayamón, Puerto Rico [16]
Held up after a match against La Revolución on March 19, 2016 in Bayamón, Puerto Rico.
Juventud Extrema
(Mike Mendoza (3) & Cuervo (3))
2 March 26, 2016 Bayamón, Puerto Rico Defeated La Revolución to win the titles.
La Revolución 3 April 30, 2016 Bayamón, Puerto Rico Defeated La Artillería Pesada, The Bankers Club and Juventud Extrema in a Fatal 4-Way.
Juventud Extrema
(Mike Mendoza (4) & Cuervo (4))
3 May 28, 2016 Bayamón, Puerto Rico
La Revolución 4 June 25, 2016 Caguas, Puerto Rico
Held up after a match between La Artillería Pesada and La Revolución on July 30, 2016 in Bayamón, Puerto Rico.
La Revolución 5 August 13, 2016 Bayamón, Puerto Rico Defeated La Artillería Pesada in a rematch.
Artillería Pesada
(Thunder & Lightning)
28 December 3, 2016 Carolina, Puerto Rico [17]
El Sindicato
(Mike Mendoza (5) & La Revolución (6))
1 February 18, 2017 Bayamón, Puerto Rico Any member of El Sindicato are allowed to defends the titles.

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