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Doom: Butch Reed & Ron Simmons 1991/01
Defeat Rick Steiner & Scott Steiner to win NWA World Tag Team Title on 90/05/19 in Washington, DC; title exclusively referred to as WCW World Tag Team Title from 1991/01; NWA world title considered vacant until the tournament in 92/07.
Fabulous Freebirds: Michael Hayes & Jimmy Garvin 1991/02/24 Phoenix, AZ
Had already lost the belts to the Steiners at a TV taping before winning them from Doom.
Rick Steiner & Scott Steiner [2] 1991/02/18 Montgomery, AL
Aired on 1991/03/09; vacant on 1991/07/18 when Scott is injured.
Enforcers: Arn Anderson & Larry Zbyszko 1991/09/05 Augusta, GA
Defeat Rick Steiner & Bill Kazmier in a 8-team tournament final.
Ricky Steamboat & Dustin Rhodes 1991/11/19 Savannah, GA
Arn Anderson & Bobby Eaton 1992/01/16 Jacksonville, FL
Rick Steiner & Scott Steiner [3] 1992/05/03 Chicago, IL
Terry Gordy & Steve Williams 1992/07/05 Atlanta, GA
Defeat Barry Windham & Dustin Rhodes in tournament final on 1992/07/12 in Albany, GA to win revived NWA World Tag Team title and unify both titles.
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 1993/09 when WCW withdraws from NWA; title continues to be recognized by WCW; the NWA continues as a legal entity following the withdrawal of WCW and holds a tournament for the NWA World Tag Team Title in 1995.
Nasty Boys: Brian Knobs & Jerry Saggs 1993/09/19 Houston, TX
Marcus Alexander Bagwell & Too Cold Scorpio 1993/10/04 Columbus, GA
Nasty Boys [2] 1993/10/24 New Orleans, LA
Cactus Jack & Kevin Sullivan 1994/05/22 Philadelphia, PA
Pretty Wonderful: Paul Orndorff & Paul Roma 1994/07/17 Orlando, FL
Stars & Stripes: Marcus Alexander Bagwell & The Patriot 1994/09/25 Atlanta, GA
Pretty Wonderful [2] 1994/10/23 Detroit, MI
Stars & Stripes [2] 1994/11/16 Jacksonville, FL
Harlem Heat: Stevie Ray & Booker T. 1994/12/08 Atlanta, GA
Nasty Boys [3] 1995/05/21 St. Petersburg, FL
Harlem Heat [2] 1995/06/24 * Atlanta, GA
Bunkhouse Buck & Dick Slater 1995/07/22 * Atlanta, GA
Harlem Heat [3] 1995/09/17 Asheville, NC
American Males: Marcus Alexander Bagwell & Scott Riggs 1995/09/18 Johnson City, TN
Harlem Heat [4] 1995/09/27 Atlanta, GA
Sting & Lex Luger 1996/01/22 Las Vegas, NV
Harlem Heat [5] 1996/06/24 Charlotte, NC
Win a triangular match over Sting & Luger and Rick & Scott Steiner.
Rick Steiner & Scott Steiner [4] 1996/07/24 Cincinnati, OH
Harlem Heat [6] 1996/07/27 Dayton, OH
Public Enemy: Rocco Rock & Johnny Grunge 1996/09/23 Birmingham, AL
Harlem Heat [7] 1996/10/01 Canton, OH
Outsiders: Kevin Nash & Scott Hall 1996/10/27 Las Vegas, NV
Rick Steiner & Scott Steiner defeat Nash & Hall, members of New World Order, on 1997/01/26 in Cedar Rapids, IA but are forced to return the titles the next night by WCW Vice President Eric Bischoff, who is also a member of nWo; The Giant & Lex Luger defeat Nash & Hall on 1997/02/23 in San Francisco, CA but return the titles the next night.
Rick Steiner & Scott Steiner [5] 1997/10/13 Tampa, FL
Defeat Hall & Syxx, subbing for injured Nash.
Outsiders [2] 1998/01/12 Jacksonville, FL
Rick Steiner & Scott Steiner [6] 1998/02/09 El Paso, TX
Outsiders [3] 1998/02/22 San Francisco, CA
Sting & The Giant 1998/05/17 Worcester, MA
Vacant on 1998/06/04 after Sting and Giant break up; Giant puts the belts on the line, along with Brian Adams as his chosen partner to face Lex Luger and Diamond Dallas Page on 1998/06/04; 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 & Kevin Nash 1998/06/15 Uniondale, NY
Sting picks Nash as a new partner after defeating The Giant in a singles match on the previous day in Baltimore, MD.
Scott Hall & The Giant 1998/07/20 Salt Lake City, UT
Rick Steiner & Kenny Kaos 1998/10/26 Phoenix, AZ
Rick Steiner & Marcus Bagwell defeat The Giant & Scott Steiner, subbing for Scott Hall, in previous night in Las Vegas, NV, but Bagwell turns on Rick; Rick choses Kaos as a new partner on 1998/10/26; vacant in 1999/01 due to Steiner's injury.
Barry Windham & Curt Hennig 1999/02/21 Oakland, CA
Defeat Chris Benoit & Dean Malenko in tournament final.
Chris Benoit & Dean Malenko 1999/03/14 Louisville, KY
Rey Misterio Jr. & Billy Kidman 1999/03/29 Toronto, ON, CAN
Raven & Perry Saturn 1999/05/09 St. Louis, MO
Defeat Misterio & Kidman and Chris Benoit & Dean Malenko in a three way match.
Diamond Dallas Page & Bam Bam Bigelow 1999/05/31 Houston, TX
Defeat Perry Saturn & Kanyon, subbing for injured Raven; lose to Chris Benoit & Perry Saturn, substituting for Ric Flair, who leaves the ring during the match; Flair declares the title does not change because of illegal/unofficial substitution; Flair later gives the right to the title to any combination of the New Jersey Triad (Page, Bigelow, and Kanyon).
Chris Benoit & Perry Saturn 1999/06/10 Syracuse, NY
Defeat Page & Kanyon.
New Jersey Triad: Diamond Dallas Page, Bam Bam Bigelow, & Kanyon 1999/06/13 Baltimore, MD
Page & Kanyon win the title.
Harlem Heat [8] 1999/08/14 Sturgis, SD
Defeat Bigelow & Kanyon.
Barry Windham & Kendall Windham 1999/08/23 Las Vegas, NV
Harlem Heat [9] 1999/09/12 Winston-Salem, NC
Konnan & Rey Misterio Jr. 1999/10/18 Philadelphia, PA
Stripped of the belts in 1999/10 due to Misterio's leg injury.
Harlem Heat [10] 1999/10/24 Las Vegas, NV
Defeat Konnan & Billy Kidman and Brian Knobs & Hugh Morris in a triangle match.
Konnan & Billy Kidman 1999/10/25 Phoenix, AZ
Creative Control: Patrick & Gerald (Ron Harris & Don Harris) 1999/11/22 Auburn Hills, MI
Bret Hart & Bill Goldberg 1999/12/07 Madison, WI
Outsiders [4] 1999/12/13 New Orleans, LA
Stripped on 1999/12/27 due to Scott Hall not being in the building (Hall has a knee surgery).
David Flair & Crowbar (Devon Storm) 2000/01/03 Greenville, SC
Defeat Kevin Nash & Scott Steiner in tournament final.
Mamalukes: Big Vito & Johnny the Bull 2000/01/18 Evansville, IN
Ron Harris & Don Harris [2] 2000/02/12 Oberhausen, GER
Mamalukes [2] 2000/02/13 Leipzig, GER
Ron Harris & Don Harris [3] 2000/03/19 Miami, FL
Declared vacant by WCW executives Eric Bischoff and Vince Russo on 00/04/10 in Denver, CO.
Shane Douglas & Buff Bagwell 2000/04/16 Chicago, IL
Defeat Ric Flair & Lex Luger in tournament final.
Kronik: Brian Adams & Brian Clark 2000/05/15 Biloxi, MS
Defeat Douglas & Wall, subbing for suspended Bagwell.
Sean Stasiak & Chuck Palumbo 2000/05/30 Nampa, ID
Kronik [2] 2000/07/09 Daytona Beach, FL
Great Muta & Vampiro 2000/08/13 Vancouver, BC, CAN
Juventud Guerrera & Rey Misterio Jr. 2000/08/14 Kelowna, BC, CAN
Vacant on 00/09/18 when Disco Inferno puts up the title as collateral against Ernest Miller's WCW Commissioner status for one day and loses the match.
Mark Jindrak & Sean O'Haire 2000/09/25 Uniondale, NY
Win a tag team battle royal.
Lt. Loco (Chavo Guerrero Jr.) & Corporal Cajun (Lash LaRoux) 2000/10/09 Sydney, AUS
Mark Jindrak & Sean O'Haire [2] 2000/10/09 Sydney, AUS
Boogie Knights: Alex Wright & Disco Inferno 2000/11/16 Oberhausen, GER
Perfect Event: Shawn Stasiak & Chuck Palumbo [2] 2000/11/20 Augusta, GA
Defeat Wright and Elix Skipper.
Kevin Nash & Dallas Page # 2000/11/26 Milwaukee, WI
Nash pins Stasiak, who is not a legal person in the ring.
Perfect Event # 2000/12/04
Belt returned because of the controversial ending.
The Insiders: Kevin Nash & Dallas Page 2000/12/17 Washington, DC
Chuck Palumbo & Sean O'Haire 2001/01/14 Indianapolis, IN
WCW brand is acquired by WWF in 01/03; Palumbo & O'Haire continue to be recognized as champions.
Undertaker & Kane 2001/08/07 Los Angeles, CA
Booker T. & Test 2001/09/25 Dayton, OH
Hardy Boyz: Jeff Hardy & Matt Hardy 2001/10/08 Indianapolis, IN
Dudley Boys: Buh-Buh Ray & D-Von 2001/10/23 Omaha, NE
Unified with WWF World Tag Team Title on 01/11/18 in Greensboro, NC.

* See WWF World Tag Team Title.