NWA National Tag Team Championship
Champions Date Won Location Notes
The Fabulous Freebirds (Terry Gordy and Michael Hayes) November 27, 1980 Atlanta, GA -a-
Ted DiBiase and Stan Frazier January 26, 1981 Augusta, GA
The Fabulous Freebirds (Terrgy Gordy and Michael Hayes) [2] January 31, 1981 Atlanta, GA
Ted DiBiase and Steve O June 10, 1981 Marietta, GA
Terry Gordy and Jimmy Snuka July 6, 1981 Augusta, GA -b-
Michael Hayes and Otis Sistrunk September 27, 1981 Atlanta, GA -c-
Bob and Brad Armstrong November 25, 1981 Atlanta, GA -d-
Super Destroyer and Masked Superstar January 22, 1982 Columbus, GA
Super Destroyer and John Studd March 1982 -e-
The Fabulous Freebirds (Terry Gordy and Michael Hayes) [3] July 22, 1982 Chattanooga, TN
The Wild Samoans (Afa and Sika) August 29, 1982 Atlanta, GA -f-
The Road Warriors (Animal and Hawk) June 11, 1983 -g-
Brett and Buzz Sawyer November 27, 1983 Cincinnati, OH
The Road Warriors (Animal and Hawk) [2] November 1983
Brett and Buzz Sawyer [2] December 27, 1983 Canton, OH
The Road Warriors (Animal and Hawk) [3] January 28, 1984 -h-
King Kong Bundy and Masked Superstar May 6, 1984 Atlanta, GA -i-
The Road Warriors (Animal and Hawk) [4] May 20, 1984 Atlanta, GA -j-
Ron Garvin and Jerry Oates July 4, 1984 Columbus, GA
The Hollywood Blonds (Ted Oates and Rip Rogers) September 20, 1984
Lightning Express (Brad Armstrong and Tim Horner) November 4, 1984 Macon, GA -k-
The Long Riders (Bill and Scott Irwin) November 18, 1984 Atlanta, GA -l-
Ole Anderson and Thunderboth Patterson January 11, 1985 Cleveland, OH
Minnesota Wrecking Crew (Arn and Ole Anderson) April 28, 1985 Charlotte, NC -m-

-a- Defeated Stan Frazier and Robert Fuller in the finals of a tournament to become the first champions.

-b- Ted DiBiase and Tommy Rich defeated Gordy and Snuka but the belts are returned by the NWA when they find out that it was Michael Hayes who counted the fall.

-c- Vacated when Sistrunk quits the company.

-d- Defeated Mr. Fuji and Mr. Saito in the finals of a tournament for the vacant titles.

-e- The Masked Superstar gives his half of the title to Studd.

-f- Vacated in January 1983 after the Wild Samoans leave the territory.

-g- Win tournament for the vacant titles.

-h- Awarded the titles when Buzz is fired.

-i- Vacated in May 1984 when Masked Superstar goes to Japan.

-j- Defeated Junkyard Dog and Sweet Brown Sugar in the finals of a tournament for the vacant belts.

-k- Vacated in November 1984 when Horner is injured.

-l- Defeated Brad Armstrong and Jacques Rougeau in the finals of a tournament for the vacant titles.

-m- Ole and Patterson split while champions. Arn and Ole defeat Patterson and Manny Fernandez for undisputed titles. Abandoned February 1986.

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