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NATIONAL WRESTLING ALLIANCE
WORLD TAG TEAM TITLE

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San Francisco ( 1950 - 1961 )
Central States ( 1950< - 1963; 1973 - 1979 )
Los Angeles ( 1950s; 1979 - 1982 )
Illinois & Wisconsin ( 1953 - 1960 )
Montreal ( 1954 )
Georgia ( 1954 - 1969 )
Iowa / Nebraska ( 1955< - 1959? )
Indianapolis ( 1956< - 1960/01 )
W. Texas ( 1956 - 1969 )
Idaho / Utah ( 1956 - 1960s? )
Minneapolis ( 1957/01 - 1960/08 )
E. Texas ( 1957 - 1966 )
Tennessee ( 1957 - 1977 )
Buffalo / Ohio ( 1950s; 1968 - 1970 )
Florida ( 1961 - 1969 )
Detroit ( 1964 - 1980/10 )
Vancouver ( 1966/06< - 1968 )
San Francisco ( 1968 - 1979/04 )
Mid-Atlantic/WCW ( 1975 - 1993/09 )
Dallas/World Class ( 1981 - 1982 )


Revived title after 1992

(as of 2014/06/10)

* A board-controlled title after 1998/01

Terry Gordy & Steve Williams 1992/07/12 Albany, GA
Defeat Barry Windham & Dustin Rhodes in tournament final.
Barry Windham & Dustin Rhodes 1992/09/21 Atlanta, GA
Ricky Steamboat & Shane Douglas 1992/11/18 Macon, GA
Steve Austin & Brian Pillman 1993/03/02 Macon, GA
Arn Anderson & Paul Roma 1993/08/18 Daytona, FL
Defeat Austin & Lord Steven Regal, subbing for injured Pillman; recognition dropped by NWA in 93/09 when WCW withdraws from NWA.
Rock'n'Roll Express: Ricky Morton & Robert Gibson 1995/04/11 Dallas, TX
Defeat Dick Murdoch & Randy Rhodes in a tournament final; held up after a match against PG-13 on 95/06/26 in Memphis, TN.
Rock'n'Roll Express [2] 1995/07/03 Memphis, TN
Defeat PG-13 in rematch; vacant sometime between 95/07 and 95/10.
Tarzan Goto & Mr. Gannosuke 1995/12/09 Saitama, JPN
Defeat Tiger Jeet Singh & Cactus Jack in 7-team round-robin tournament final; vacant in 96/08 when Goto & Gannosuke leave IWA Japan.
Pat Anderson & C.W. Anderson 1996/09/14 Goldston, NC
Defeat The Fantastics; vacant in 97.
Rock'n'Roll Express [3] 1998/01/12
Awarded.
Headbangers: Mosh & Thrasher 1998/02/17 Waco, TX
New Midnight Express: Bob Holly & Bart Gunn 1998/03/30 Albany, NY
Border Patrol 1998/08/14 Greenville, NC
Barry Windham & Tully Blanchard 1998/09/12 Lincolnton, NC
Border Patrol [2] 1998/10/10 Cameron, NC
Brotherhood: Erich Sbraccia & Knuckles Nelson 1998/10/24 Cherry Hill, NJ
Defeat Border Patrol, Team Extreme: Kit Carson & Khris Germany, and Tully Blanchard & Tom Prichard in 4-way match; title held up on 99/03/03 after Sbraccia & Nelson fail to appear on scheduled title defense against Team Extreme on 99/02/26 in N. Richland Hills, TX due to heavy snow.
Brotherhood: Knuckles Nelson & Rick Fuller 1999/06/10 Dallas, TX
Defeat Team Extreme in rematch by DQ.
Public Enemy: Rocco Rock & Johnny Grunge 1999/06/17 Bolton, MA
Brotherhood: Knuckles Nelson & Dukes Dalton 1999/06/19 Dorchester, MA
Team Extreme: Kit Carson & Khris Germany 1999/09/25 Charlotte, NC
Murder Inc.: Kevin Northcutt & Jimmy James 1999/11/26 N. Richland Hills, TX
Team Extreme [2] 1999/12/17 N. Richland Hills, TX
Triple XXX: Drake Dawson & Curtis Thompson 2000/03/04 Cornelia, GA
Main Event: Reno Riggins & Steven Dunn 2000/04/07 Eskan, KSA
Rock'n'Roll Express [4] 2000/04/12 Waegwan, KOR
Defeat Dunn & Jackie Fulton, subbing for injured Riggins.
L.A. Stephens & Big Bubba Bain 2000/04/17 Osan, KOR
Triple XXX [2] 2000/04/19 Okinawa, JPN
Bad Attitude: Rick Michaels & David Young 2000/08/15 Tampa, FL
Air Paris & Rob Williams # 1900/12/09 Nashville, TN
Recognized only in Nashville; NWA vice president Bill Behrens claims this is a non-title match.
Bad Attitude # 1900/12/22 Nashville, TN
Regains recognition in Nashville.
Bad Street Boys: Joey Matthews & Christian York 2001/02/03 Nashville, TN
Bad Attitude [2] 2001/02/17 Cornelia, GA
Dan Factor & David Flair 2001/03/22 Athens, GA
Bad Attitude [3] 2001/03/23 Toccoa, GA
Heavenly Bodies: Casanova Chris & Vivacious Vito 2001/04/24 Tampa, FL
Glacier & Jason Sugarman 2001/12/28 Deland, FL
Heavenly Bodies [2] 2001/12/29 Live Oak, FL
Desturbing Behavior: Jeff Daniels & Tim Renesto 2002/01/26 Columbia, TN
Heavenly Bodies [3] 2002/04/17 Winter Haven, FL
Mike Shane & Todd Shane 2002/06/08 Lima, PER
Vacate on 02/06/28.
A.J. Styles & Jerry Lynn 2002/07/03 Nashville, TN
Substitute for the injured Chris Harris & James Storm to defeat The Rainbow Express (Lenny & Bruce) in a one-night 4-team tournament final; Total Nonstop Action Wrestling is given a control of the title by the NWA Board of Directors after this point; the Shane Twins, previous champions wrestling as the masked Big Johnsons, have lost in the first round to Harris & Storm; held up after a controversial double pin in a match against Ron Killings & Jeff Jarrett on 02/08/14 in Nashville, TN..
America's Most Wanted: Chris Harris & James Storm 2002/09/18 Nashville, TN
Defeat Ron Harris & Brian Lee after Chris and Lee become the finalists in a battle royal to choose the partners for the championship match.
Brian Lee & Slash 2002/11/13 Nashville, TN
America's Most Wanted [2] 2003/01/08 Nashville, TN
XXX: Christopher Daniels & Low-Ki & Elix Skipper 2003/01/22 Nashville, TN
Low-Ki & Skipper win the title; any combination of Triple X are allowed to defend the title; held up after a match between Low-Ki & Skipper and Brian Lee & Slash on 03/02/05 in Nashville, TN.
XXX [2] 2003/03/12 Nashville, TN
Low-Ki & Daniels defeat America's Most Wanted.
Jerry Lynn & The Amazing Red 2003/04/16 Nashville, TN
XXX (Christopher Daniels) 2003/05/07 Nashville, TN
Christopher Daniels wins a handicap match by DQ.
America's Most Wanted [3] 2003/06/25 Nashville, TN
Simon Diamond & Johnny Swinger 2003/08/27 Nashville, TN
Title held up after a match against Ron Killings and B.G. James on 03/11/19 in Nashville, TN.
3-Live Kru: Konnan & Ron Killings & B.G. James 2003/11/26 Nashville, TN
Defeat Glenn Gilberti & Simon Diamond & Johnny Swinger.
Kevin Northcutt & Joe Legend 2004/01/28 Nashville, TN
A.J. Styles & Abyss 2004/02/04 Nashville, TN
Styles defeats Northcutt & Legend in a handicap match with his scheduled partner Abyss no-shows for the match; declared held-up on 04/03/03.
Kid Kash & Dallas 2004/03/31 Nashville, TN
Defeat Low Ki & Christopher Daniels in a tournament final.
D-Lo Brown & El Gran Apolo 2004/04/14 Nashville, TN
Kid Kash & Dallas [2] 2004/04/21 Nashville, TN
America's Most Wanted [4] 2004/06/03 Orlando, FL
Naturals: Chase Stevens & Andy Douglas 2004/07/07 Nashville, TN
Chris Harris & Elix Skipper 2004/09/08 Nashville, TN
Christopher Daniels & James Storm 2004/09/24 Orlando, FL
Team Canada: Bobby Roode & Eric Young 2004/10/12 Orlando, FL
3 Live Kru: Konnan & B.G. James 2004/11/07 Orlando, FL
Team Canada [2] 2004/12/05 Orlando, FL
America's Most Wanted [5] 2005/01/16 Orlando, FL
Naturals [2] 2005/04/26 Orlando, FL
Held up after a match against Eric Young & Cassidy Riley on 05/10/07 in Springfield, TN.
Naturals [3] 2005/10/08 Nashville, TN
Defeat Eric Young & Cassidy Riley in rematch
America's Most Wanted [6] 2005/10/11 Orlando, FL
A.J. Styles & Christopher Daniels 2006/06/18 Orlando, FL
Latin American Exchange: Homicide & Hotstuff Hernandez 2006/08/14 Orlando, FL
A.J. Styles & Christopher Daniels [2] 2006/09/24 Orlando, FL
Latin American Exchange [2] 2006/10/22 Plymouth, MI
Jim Cornette announces that LAX is stripped of the title on 06/11/19 when the team threatens to burn the American flag live on PPV after a match against America's Most Wanted: Chris Harris and James Storm; however, Cornette's decision is overturned by a lawyer who represents LAX in the following week.
Team 3D: Brother Devon & Brother Ray 2007/04/15 St. Charles, MO
Stripped on 07/05/13 when NWA and TNA split.
Joey Ryan & Karl Anderson 2007/07/08 McAllen, TX
Defeat Sicodelico Jr. & Incognito and then Billy Kidman & Sean Waltman.
Los Luchas: Phoenix Star & Zokre 2008/02/10 Las Vegas, NV
Skullcrushers: Venom & Krush 2008/10/04 Robstown, TX
Dark City Fight Club: Jon Davis & Kory Chavis 2010/11/20 Milwaukee, WI
Usual Suspects: Murder One & A.J. Steele 2011/05/01 Warner Robins, GA
Dark City Fight Club [2] 2011/05/15 Warner Robins, GA
Kingz of the Underground: Scot Summers & Ryan Genesis 2012/12/15 San Antonio, TX
Defeat Chavis & Lance Hoyt (subbing for Davis).
Killer Elite Squad: Davey Boy Smith Jr. & Lance Archer (Lance Hoyt) 2013/04/20 Houston, TX
Reigning IWGP champions, win a double title match; lose the IWGP title to Hiroyoshi Tenzan & Satoshi Kojima on 13/05/03 in Fukuoka.
Rob Conway & Jax Dane 2013/11/09 Osaka, JPN
Win the first fall of a 2-fall 3-way match with a special rule against Killer Elite Squad and IWGP champions Hiroyoshi Tenzan & Satoshi Kojima for the NWA World title; KES wins the second fall for the IWGP title.
Hiroyoshi Tenzan & Satoshi Kojima 2014/04/06 Tokyo, JPN




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