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NWA United States Tag Team Title

[Gulf Coast]

Bad Boy & Billy Boy Hines 1962/10/17  
Billed as champions on arrival; probably the Mid-America version; defend the title only once.

Jack Dalton & Jim Dalton 1965/11/02  
Billed as champions upon arrival.
Jack Dalton & Frank Dalton 1966/01/11  
Jack chooses Frank as new partner when Jim leaves the area.
Lee Fields & Bobby Fields 1966/08/29 Alexandria, LA
Held up after a match with the Golden Tornados on 66/09/06 in Baton Rouge, LA.
Jack Dalton & Frank Dalton [2] 1966/10/09 Lafayette, LA
Defeat Lee Fields & Bobby Fields in a 11-team tournament final.
Roger Kirby & Dennis Hall 1967/02/08 Mobile, AL
Jack Dalton & Frank Dalton [3] 1967/02/15 Mobile, AL
Bobby Fields & Danny Little Bear 1967/03/07 Baton Rouge, LA
Jack Dalton & Frank Dalton [4] 1967/04/11 Baton Rouge, LA
Ramon Perez & Pepe Perez 1967/07/19 New Orleans, LA
Jack Dalton & Frank Dalton [5] 1967/10/03 Baton Rouge, LA
Vacant in 68/06 when the Daltons leave the area; title inactive.
The Rising Suns: The Great Ota (Gantetsu Matsuoka) & Masio Koma 1971/04/14  
Billed as champions upon arrival.
Mike Boyette & Wrestling Pro1971/05/19Mobile, AL
Pro is immediately suspended and Boyette is allowed to choose Ken Lucas as his new partner.
The Rising Suns [2]1971/05/26Mobile, AL
Defeat Boyette & Ken Lucas in rematch.
Ken Lucas & Johnny West (Kevin Sullivan)1971/06/02Mobile, AL
Rip Tyler & Eddie Sullivan1971/06/30Mobile, AL
Mike Boyette & Wrestling Pro [2]1971/07/14Mobile, AL
Awarded because Eddie Sullivan suffers a broken leg; Jimmy Hyde teams with Tyler in the match, but the title is forfeited; Pro turns on Boyette after the match.
Mike Boyette & Calvin Pullins1971/08/11Mobile, AL
Defeat Pro & Rip Tyler; each man allowed to pick new partner after the split.
The Alaskans: Mike York & Frank Monte 1971/09/15Mobile, AL
Mike Boyette & Calvin Pullins [2]1971/10/31Pensacola, FL
Mike Boyette & Cowboy Bob Kelly1971/12/15Mobile, AL
Defeat Pullins & Bobby Shane after Boyette & Pullins split and each man is allowed to chose a new partner.
Rip Tyler & Eddie Sullivan [2]1972/01/30Pensacola, FL
The California Hippies: Mike Boyette & Mickey Doyle 1972/03/08 Mobile, AL
The Spoilers 1972/05/14 Pensacola, FL
The California Hippies [2] 1972/05/21 Pensacola, FL
Rip Tyler & Eddie Sullivan [3]1972/08/06Pensacola, FL
Flash Monroe & Rocket Monroe1972/11/22Mobile, AL
Wrestling Pro & The Mysterious Medic (Tony Gonzales) 1972/12/05Mobile, AL
Cowboy Bob Kelly & Ken Lucas1973/02/13Mobile, AL
The Mongol & The Rugged Russian (Juan Sebastian) 1973/03/27Mobile, AL
Ken Lucas & Dennis Hall1973/04/10Mobile, AL
The Mongol & The Rugged Russian [2]1973/04/24Mobile, AL
The California Hippies [2]1973/05/15Mobile, AL
Rip Tyler & Eddie Sullivan [4]1973/05/22Mobile, AL
Don Bass & Bobby Bass1973/08/26Pensacola, FL
Flash Monroe & Rocket Monroe [2]1973/10/02Mobile, AL
The Infernos (Curtis Smith & Mike McManus) 1973/11/06Mobile, AL
Ricky Gibson & Steve Keirn1973/12/07Dothan, AL
Kubla Khan & Gunga Din1973/12/13Panama City, FL
Rocket Monroe & Norvell Austin1974/01/15Mobile, AL
Kubla Khan & Gunga Din [2]1974/01/22Mobile, AL
Cowboy Bob Kelly & Rocket Monroe1974/02/21Hattiesburg, MS
Bob Sweetan & Seigfried Stanke1974/04/15Shreveport, LA
Unified with the Tri-State version.

* See the NWA United States Tag Team Title (Tri-State).

* Special thanks to Michael Norris for the complete history of the title.