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World Tag Team Champions And WCW/NWA Title History

Sean O'Haire and Mark Jindrak

Current Champions: Sean O'Haire and Mark Jindrak

Sean O'Haire and Mark Jindrak win a Tag Team Battle Royal to crown new champions at Nitro 09/25/2000 - Uniondale, NY

The Juice and Rey Mysterio Jr. are stripped of the gold when DISQO bets their titles against The Cat's commissioner position -- and then loses his match in under 10 seconds 09/18/2000 - Kitchener, ONT.

The Filthy Animals: Rey Mysterio Jr. and The Juice defeat The Great Muta and Vampiro with The Demon at Nitro 08/14/2000 - Kelowna, BC

Vampiro and The Great Muta defeat Kronik at New Blood Rising 08/13/2000 - Vancouver, BC

Kronik defeats The Pervect Event at Bash At The Beach 07/9/2000 - Daytona, FL

"The Event" Chuck Palumbo and "Perfectshawn" Stasiak defeat Kronik on Thunder 05/30/2000 - Boise, ID

Kronik defeats "The Franchise" Shane Douglas and The Wall* on Monday Nitro 05/15/2000 - Biloxi, MS
*The Wall subbing for an injured Buff Bagwell.

"The Franchise" Shane Douglas and Buff Bagwell defeat Team Package: Ric Flair and The Total Package in a tournament final at Spring Stampede 04/16/2000 - Chicago, IL

All Titles were ordered vacated upon the return of Eric Bischoff and Vince Russo as the creative team. New Champions will be determined at the Spring Stampede PP 04/10/2000 - Denver, CO

The Harris Brothers: Big Ron and Heavy D defeat Mamalukes: Big Vito and Johnny The Bull at Uncensored! 3/19/2000 Miami, FL

Mamalukes: Big Vito and Johnny The Bull defeat David Flair and Crowbar on Thunder 1/19/2000 Evansville, IN

David Flair and Crowbar defeat Kevin Nash and Big Poppa Pump in the finals of a "Lethal Lottery" tournament 1/3/2000 Greenville, SC

The Outsiders where stripped of the belts when Scott Hall did a no-show on Nitro 12/27/99 Houston, TX

The Outsiders: Scott Hall and Kevin Nash defeat Goldberg and Bret Hart 12/14/99 New Orleans, LA

Bret Hart and Goldberg defeat Creative Control 12/7/99 Madison, WI

Creative Control defeat The Filthy Animals: Konnan and Kidman 11/22/99 Detroit, MI

The Filthy Animals: Konnan and Kidman defeat Harlem Heat: Stevie Ray and Booker T 10/25/99 Phoenix, AZ

Harlem Heat: Stevie Ray and Booker T defeats The First Family - Brian Knobbs and Hugh Morris and The Filthy Animals: Kidman and Konnan
[Triple Threat Match] 10/24/99 Las Vegas, NV

The Filthy Animals: Rey Mysterio Jr. and Konnan defeat Harlem Heat: Stevie Ray and Booker T 10/18/99 Philadelphia, PA

Harlem Heat: Stevie Ray and Booker T defeat The West Texas Rednecks: Barry and Kendall Windham 09/12/99 Winston-Salem, NC

The West Texas Rednecks - Barry and Kendall Windham defeat Harlem Heat: Stevie Ray and Booker T 08/23/99 Las Vegas, NV

Harlem Heat: Stevie Ray and Booker T defeat The Triad: Bam Bam Bigelow and Kanyon 08/14/99 Sturgis, SD

The Triad: Diamond Dallas Page, Bam Bam Bigelow and Kanyon defeat Perry Saturn and Chris Benoit 06/13/99 - Baltimore, MD
* President Ric Flair allowed a three man tag team

Perry Saturn and Chris Benoit defeat The Triad: Diamond Dallas Page and Kanyon 06/10/99 - Syracuse, NY

The Triad: Diamond Dallas Page and Bam Bam Bigelow defeat Saturn alone 05/31/99 - Houston, TX

Raven and Perry Saturn defeat Rey Mysterio Jr. and Kidman 05/09/99 - St. Louis, MO

Rey Mysterio Jr. and Kidman defeat Dean Malenko and Chris Benoit 03/29/99 - Toronto, Canada

Dean Malenko and Chris Benoit defeat Barry Windham and Curt Henning 03/14/99 - Louisville, KY

Barry Windham and Curt Henning defeat Dean Malenko and Chris Benoit* [Tournament Finals] 02/21/99 - Oakland, CA
* The title had been made inactive by President Eric Bischoff from 11/98 - 2/21/99

Rick Steiner and Kenny Kaos defeat Scott Hall and The Giant 10/26/98 - Phoenix, AZ

Scott Hall and The Giant defeat Kevin Nash and Sting 07/20/98 - Salt Lake City, UT

Sting and Kevin Nash* made Tag Team Champions 06/15/98 - Uniondale, NY
* Vacant on 06/04/98 after Sting and Giant break up, The Giant puts the belts on the line, along with Bryan Adams as his chosen partner, to face Lex Luger and Diamond Dallas Page on 06/04/98. Page pins Adams and wins the match; however, WCW Chairman of the Board J.J. Dillon comes out and says that Sting and Giant will face each other in a singles match and the winner will pick a new partner. Sting picks Nash as new partner after defeating The Giant in Baltimore, MD.

Sting and The Giant defeat The Outsiders: Scott Hall and Kevin Nash 05/17/98 - Worcester, MA

The Outsiders: Scott Hall and Kevin Nash defeat The Steiner Brothers: Rick and Scott 02/22/98 - San Francisco, CA

The Steiner Brothers: Rick and Scott defeat The Outsiders: Scott Hall and Kevin Nash 02/09/98 - El Paso, TX

The Outsiders: Scott Hall and Kevin Nash defeat The Steiner Brothers: Rick and Scott 01/12/98 - Jacksonville, FL

The Steiner Brothers: Rick and Scott defeat The Outsiders: Scott Hall and Syxx* 10/13/97 - Tampa, FL
Syxx (now wrestling as X-pac), subbing for injured Kevin Nash

The Giant and Lex Luger defeat The Outsiders: Scott Hall and Kevin Nash on 02/23/97 in San Francisco, CA, but return the titles the next night.

The Steiner Brothers: Rick and Scott defeat The Outsiders: Scott Hall and Kevin Nash, members of the New World Order, on 01/26/97 in Cedar Rapids, IO but are forced to return the titles the next night by WCW Vice President Eric Bischoff, who is also a member of the nWo.

The Outsiders: Scott Hal and Kevin Nash defeat Harlem Heat: Stevie Ray and Booker T 10/27/96 - Las Vegas, NV

Harlem Heat: Stevie Ray and Booker T defeat Public Enemy: Johnny Grunge and Rocco Rock 10/01/96 - Canton, OH

Public Enemy: Johnny Grunge and Rocco Rock defeat Harlem Heat: Stevie Ray and Booker T 09/23/96 - Birmingham, AL

Harlem Heat: Stevie Ray and Booker T defeat The Steiner Brothers: Rick and Scott 07/27/96 - Dayton, OH

The Steiner Brothers: Rick and Scott defeat Harlem Heat: Stevie Ray and Booker T 07/24/96 - Cincinnati, OH

Harlem Heat: Stevie Ray and Booker T defeat Lex Luger and Sting 06/24/96 - Charlotte, NC
*Win a triangular match involving Sting & Lex Luger as well as Rick & Scott Steiner.

Lex Luger and Sting defeat Harlem Heat: Stevie Ray and Booker T 01/22/96 - Las Vegas, NV

Harlem Heat: Stevie Ray and Booker T defeat American Males: Scotty Riggs and Marcus Bagwell 09/27/95 - Atlanta, GA

American Males: Scotty Riggs and Marcus Bagwell defeat Harlem Heat: Stevie Ray and Booker T 09/18/95 - Johnson City, TN

Harlem Heat: Stevie Ray and Booker T defeat Bunkhouse Buck and Dick Slater 09/17/95 - Asheville, NC

Bunkhouse Buck and Dick Slater defeat Harlem Heat: Stevie Ray and Booker T 07/22/95 - Atlanta, GA

Harlem Heat: Stevie Ray and Booker T defeat The Nasty Boys: Brian Knobs and Jerry Saggs 06/24/95 - Atlanta, GA

Nasty Boys: Brian Knobs and Jerry Saggs defeat Harlem Heat: Stevie Ray and Booker T 05/21/95 - St. Petersburg, FL

Harlem Heat: Stevie Ray and Booker T defeat Stars and Stripes: The Patriot and Marcus Alexander Bagwell 12/08/94 - Atlanta, GA

Stars and Stripes: The Patriot and Marcus Alexander Bagwell defeat Pretty Wonderful: Paul Orndorff and Paul Roma 11/16/94 - Jacksonville, FL

Pretty Wonderful: Paul Orndorff and Paul Roma defeat Stars and Stripes: The Patriot and Marcus Alexander Bagwell 10/23/94 Detroit, MI

Stars and Stripes: The Patriot and Marcus Alexander Bagwell defeat Pretty Wonderful: Paul Orndorff and Paul Roma 09/25/94 Atlanta, GA

Pretty Wonderful: Paul Orndorff and Paul Roma defeat Cactus Jack (Mick Foley) and Kevin Sullivan 07/17/94 Orlando, FL

Cactus Jack (Mick Foley) and Kevin Sullivan defeat The Nasty Boys: Brian Knobs and Jerry Saggs 05/22/94 Philadelphia, PA

The Nasty Boys: Brian Knobs and Jerry Saggs defeat Too Cold Scorpio and Marcus Alexander Bagwell 10/24/93 New Orleans, LA

Too Cold Scorpio and Marcus Alexander Bagwell defeat The Nasty Boys: Brian Knobs and Jerry Saggs 10/04/93 Columbus, GA

The Nasty Boys: Brian Knobs and Jerry Saggs defeat Arn Anderson and Paul Roma 09/19/93 Houston, TX

Arn Anderson and Paul Roma defeat Steve Austin and Lord Steven Regal* 08/18/93 Daytona Beach, FL
* subbing for injured Pillman

WCW withdraws from NWA in 09/93

Steve Austin and Brian Pillman defeat Shane Douglas and Rick Steamboat 03/02/93 Macon, GA

Shane Douglas and Rick Steamboat defeat Dustin Rhodes and Barry Windham 11/18/92 Macon, GA

Dustin Rhodes and Barry Windham defeat Terry Gordy and Steve Williams 09/21/92 Atlanta, GA

Terry Gordy and Steve Williams* defeat The Steiner Brothers: Rick and Scott 07/05/92 Atlanta, GA * Defeat Barry Windham and Dustin Rhodes in tournament final on 07/12/92 in Albany, GA to win revived NWA World Tag Team title and unify both titles.

The Steiner Brothers: Rick and Scott defeat Arn Anderson and Bobby Eaton 05/03/92 Chicago, IL

Arn Anderson and Bobby Eaton defeat Dustin Rhodes and Rick Steamboat 01/16/92 Jacksonville, FL

Dustin Rhodes and Rick Steamboat defeat The Enforcers: Arn Anderson and Larry Zbyszko 11/19/91 Savannah, GA

The Enforcers: Arn Anderson and Larry Zbyszko defeat Bill Kazmier and Rick Steiner* 09/05/91 Augusta, GA
* Tournament Final

The Steiner Brothers: Rick and Scott defeat The Fabulous Freebirds: Michael Hayes and Jimmy Garvin 02/18/91 Montgomery, AL
Vacant on 07/18/91 when Scott is injured.

The Fabulous Freebirds: Michael Hayes and Jimmy Garvin defeat Doom: Butch Reed and Ron Simmons 02/24/91* Phoenix, AZ
* Had already lost the belts to the Steiners at a TV taping before winning them from Doom.

Doom: Butch Reed and Ron Simmons defeat The Steiner Brothers: Rick and Scott 05/19/90 Washington, DC

NWA World title vacant with NWA no longer operationg as an organization; title continues to be recognized as WCW World Tag Team title after 01/91.

The Steiner Brothers: Rick and Scott defeat The Fabulous Freebirds: Michael Hayes and Jimmy Garvin 11/01/89 Atlanta, GA

The Fabulous Freebirds: Michael Hayes and Jimmy Garvin defeat Midnight Express in a tournament final - 06/14/89 Ft. Bragg, NC

Varsity Club stripped on 05/07/89 after attacking special referee Nikita Koloff.

Varsity Club: Mike Rotundo and Steve Williams defeat The Road Warriors 04/02/89 New Orleans, LA

The Road Warriors defeat Midnight Express 10/29/88 New Orleans, LA

Midnight Express defeat Arn Anderson and Tully Blanchard 09/10/88 Philadelphia, PA

Arn Anderson and Tully Blanchard defeat Lex Luger and Barry Windham 04/20/88 Jacksonville, FL

Lex Luger and Barry Windham defeat Arn Anderson and Tully Blanchard 03/27/88 Greensboro, NC

Arn Anderson and Tully Blanchard The Rock 'n' Roll Express 09/29/87 Misenheimer, NC

The Rock 'n' Roll Express defeat Manny Fernandez and Rick Rude 05/26/87 Spokane, WA

Manny Fernandez and Rick Rude defeat The Rock 'n' Roll Express 12/06/86 Atlanta, GA

The Rock 'n' Roll Express defeat Dennis Condrey and Bobby Eaton 08/16/86 Philadelphia, PA

Dennis Condrey and Bobby Eaton defeat The Rock 'n' Roll Express 02/02/86 Atlanta, GA

The Rock 'n' Roll Express defeat The Russians 11/28/85 Greensboro, NC

The Russians defeat The Rock 'n' Roll Express 10/13/85 Charlotte, NC

The Rock 'n' Roll Express defeat The Russians 07/09/85 Shelby, NC

The Russians defeat Dusty Rhodes and Manny Fernandez 03/18/85 Fayetteville, NC

Krusher Khrushchev, Ivan Koloff, and Don Kernodle form the Russians - a 3 man team, all 3 defend the belts in different combinations.

Dusty Rhodes and Manny Fernandez defeat Ivan Koloff and Don Kernodle 10/20/84 Greensboro, NC

Ivan Koloff and Don Kernodle defeat Wahoo McDaniel and Mark Youngblood 05/08/84

Wahoo McDaniel and Mark Youngblood defeat Jack and Jerry Brisco 05/05/85

Jack and Jerry Brisco defeat Wahoo McDaniel and Mark Youngblood 04/04/84 Spartanburg, SC

Wahoo McDaniel and Mark Youngblood defeat Don Kernodle and Bob Orton Jr. 03/04/84 Charlotte, NC

Don Kernodle and Bob Orton Jr. defeat Dory Funk Jr. and Jimmy Valiant 01/08/84 Charlotte, NC

Rick Steamboat and Jay Youngblood defeat Jack and Jerry Brisco 11/24/83 Greensboro, NC
*Vacate on 12/25/83 when Steamboat announces his retirement.

Jack and Jerry Brisco and Rick Steamboat and Jay Youngblood 10/21/83 Richmond, VA

Rick Steamboat and Jay Youngblood defeat Jack and Jerry Brisco 10/03/83 Greenville, SC

Jack and Jerry Brisco and Rick Steamboat and Jay Youngblood 06/18/83 Greenville, SC

Rick Steamboat and Jay Youngblood defeat Sgt. Slaughter and Don Kernodle 03/12/83 Greensboro, NC

Sgt. Slaughter and Don Kernodle awarded title 09/12/82

Ole Anderson and Stan Hansen win tournament for the vacant title 02/82
title declared vacant in 08/82 or 09/82

Gene and Ole Anderson* defeat Paul Jones and Masked Superstar 05/01/81 Richmond, VA
* Vacant in 12/81 after Gene injured in 10/81.

Paul Jones and Masked Superstar defeat Ray Stevens and Ivan Koloff 03/22/81 Greensboro, NC

Ray Stevens and Ivan Koloff defeat Paul Jones and Masked Superstar 02/22/81 Greensboro, NC

Paul Jones and Masked Superstar defeat Ray Stevens and Jimmy Snuka 11/27/80 Greensboro, NC

Ray Stevens and Jimmy Snuka defeat Rick Steamboat and Jay Youngblood 06/22/80 Greensboro, NC

Rick Steamboat and Jay Youngblood defeat Ray Stevens and Greg Valentine 05/10/80 Greensboro, NC

Ray Stevens and Greg Valentine defeat Rick Steamboat and Jay Youngblood 04/80


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