NWA Mid-Atlantic Tag Team Championship
Champions Date Won Location Notes
Swede Hanson and Rip Hawk June 1968 Washington D.C. -a-
George Becker and Johnny Weaver May 1, 1969 Winston-Salem, NC
Swede Hanson and Rip Hawk [2] February 17, 1970 Raleigh, NC
George Becker and Johnny Weaver [2] March 17, 1970 Raleigh, NC
Gene and Ole Anderson March 26, 1970 Greensboro, NC
Paul Jones and Nelson Royal September 22, 1970 Raleigh, NC
Swede Hanson and Rip Hawk [3] December 9, 1970 Raleigh, NC
George Becker and Johnny Weaver [3] June 3, 1971 Greensboro, NC
Swede Hanson and Rip Hawk [4] September 25, 1971 Hampton, VA
George Becker and Johnny Weaver [4] September 27, 1971 Fayetteville, NC
Brute Bernard and Larry Hamilton October 12, 1971 Raleigh, NC
Art Neilson and Johnny Weaver March 31, 1972 Greensboro, NC
Gene and Ole Anderson [2] November 6, 1972 Charlotte, NC
Art Nielson and Johnny Weaver [2] November 13, 1972 Charlotte, NC
Gene and Ole Anderson [3] March 3, 1973 Winston-Salem, NC
Jerry Brisco and Thunderbolt Patterson May 29, 1973 High Point, NC
Gene and Ole Anderson [4] July 5, 1973 Greensboro, NC
Nelson Royal and Sandy Scott October 2, 1973 Raleigh, NC
Brute Bernard and Jay York November 26, 1973 Raleigh, NC
Gene and Ole Anderson [5] December 26, 1973 Columbia, SC -b-
Gene and Ole Anderson [6] March 9, 1974 Spartanburg, SC -c-
Bob Bruggers and Paul Jones April 8, 1974 Fayetteville, NC
Ric Flair and Rip Hawk July 4, 1974 Greensboro, NC
Tiger Conway Jr. and Paul Jones December 6, 1974 Charleston, SC -d-
Gene and Ole Anderson [7] February 20, 1975 Greensboro, NC -e-
Dino Bravo and Tim Woods November 3, 1976 Raleigh, NC -f-
The Hollywood Blondes (Jerry Brown and Buddy Roberts) January 17, 1977 Greenville, SC
Dino Bravo and Tiger Conway Jr. April 10, 1977 Charlotte, NC
Ric Flair and Greg Valentine July 6, 1977 Anderson, SC -g-
Paul Jones and Ricky Steamboat August 22, 1977 Greensboro, NC -h-
Ric Flair and Big John Studd October 30, 1978 Greenville, SC
Paul Jones and Ricky Steamboat [2] November 5, 1978 Greensboro, NC
Ken Patera and Big John Studd January 1979
Paul Jones and Ricky Steamboat [3] 1979
Masked Superstar and Masked Superstar II March 26, 1980 -i-
Matt Borne and Buzz Saywer June 2, 1980 Greenville, SC -j-
The Sheepherders (Butch Miller and Luke Williams) September 28, 1980 Charlotte, NC
Dewey Robertson and George Wells December 12, 1980 Richmond, VA
Mr. Fuji and Genichiro Tenryu February 7, 1981 Greensboro, NC
Dewey Robertson and Johnny Weaver 1981
Chris Markoff and Nikolai Volkoff June 27, 1981 Charlotte, NC
Johnny Weaver and Jay Youngblood November 27, 1981 Appalachia, VA
Ox Baker and Carl Fergie 1981
Porkchop Cash and Jay Youngblood March 1982
Don Kernodle and Pvt. Jim Nelson May 1982
Porkchop Cash and Iceman Parsons 1982
Don Kernodle and Pvt. Jim Nelson [2] June 17, 1982 Roanoke, VA
Ricky Steamboat and Jay Youngblood August 22, 1982 Toronto, Ontario -k-
One Man Gang and Kelly Kiniski May 23, 1983 Greenville, SC -l-
Rufus R. Jones and Bugsy McGraw July 20, 1983 Emporia, VA -m-
Don Kernodle and Ivan Koloff May 1984 -n-
The Long Riders (Ron Bass and Black Bart) August 25, 1984 -o-

-a- Awarded. Announced as champions after defeating Edouard Carpentier and Miguel Perez. Originally known as the NWA Atlantic Coast Tag Team Championship.

-b- Renamed the NWA Mid-Atlantic Tag Team Championship in 1974.

-c- Defeated Bob Bruggers and Johnny Weaver for the titles.

-d- Defeated Flair and Brute Bernard, who was subbing for Hawk.

-e- Andersons are reigning NWA World Tag Team Champions at the time of their title victory. Titles were immediatly vacated due to that.

-f- Defeated Sgt. Jacques Goulet and Mike "The Judge" DuBois in the finals of a tournament for the vacant titles.

-g- Awarded.

-h- Vacated when the team wins the NWA World Tag Team Championship on April 23, 1978.

-i- Vacated sometime in 1980.

-j- Defeated The Iron Shiek and Jimmy Snuka in the finals of a tournament for the vacant titles.

-k- Vacated sometime in 1982.

-l- Defeated Rufus R. Jones and Mike Rotunda in the finals of a tournament for the vacant titles.

-m- Vacated in August 1983.

-n- Win a tournament for the vacant titles.

-o- Retired early in 1985.

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