NWA World Tag Team Championship (Mid-Atlantic Version)
Champions Date Won Location Notes
The Minnesota Wrecking Crew (Gene and Ole Anderson) January 29, 1975 California -a-
Paul Jones and Wahoo McDaniel May 15, 1975 Greensboro, NC
The Minnesota Wrecking Crew (Gene and Old Anderson) [2] June 11, 1975 Raleigh, NC
Rufus R. Jones and Wahoo McDaniel Janaury 27, 1976 Columbia, SC
The Minnesota Wrecking Crew (Gene and Old Anderson) [3] February 3, 1976 Raliegh, NC
Dino Bravo and Mr. Wrestling May 5, 1976 Raleigh, NC
The Minnesota Wrecking Crew (Gene and Old Anderson) [4] June 28, 1976 Greenville, SC
Ric Flair and Greg Valentine December 26, 1976 Greensboro, NC
The Minnesota Wrecking Crew (Gene and Old Anderson) [5] May 8, 1977 Charlotte, NC
Dusty Rhodes and Dick Slater September 23, 1977 Atlanta, GA
The Minnesota Wrecking Crew (Gene and Old Anderson) [6] September 30, 1977 Atlanta, GA
Ric Flair and Greg Valentine [2] October 30, 1977 Greensboro, NC -b-
Paul Jones and Ricky Steamboat April 23, 1978 Greensboro, NC -c-
Baron Von Raschke and Greg Valentine June 7, 1978 Raleigh, NC
Paul Orndorrf and Jimmy Snuka December 1978
Paul Jones and Baron Von Raschke April 28, 1979
Ric Flair and Blackjack Mulligan August 8, 1979 Greensboro, NC
Paul Jones and Baron Von Raschke [2] August 22, 1979 Raleigh, NC
Ricky Steamboat and Jay Youngblood October 24, 1979 Raleigh, NC
Ray Stevens and Greg Valentine March 29, 1980 Charlotte, NC
Ricky Steamboat and Jay Youngblood [2] May 10, 1980 Greensboro, NC
Jimmy Snuka and Ray Stevens June 22, 1980 Greensboro, NC
Paul Jones and The Masked Superstar November 27, 1980 Greensboro, NC
Ivan Koloff and Ray Stevens February 22, 1981 Greensboro, NC
Paul Jones and The Masked Superstar [2] March 22, 1981 Greensboro, NC
The Minnesota Wrecking Crew (Gene and Ole Anderson) [7] May 1, 1981 Richmond, VA -d-
Ole Anderson and Stan Hansen February 28, 1982 Atlanta, GA -e-
Don Kernodle and Sgt. Slaughter September 1982 -f-
Ricky Steamboat and Jay Youngblood [3] March 12, 1983 Greensboro, NC
The Brisco Brothers (Jack and Jerry Brisco) June 18, 1983 Greenville, SC
Ricky Steamboat and Jay Youngblood [4] October 3, 1983 Greenville, SC
The Brisco Brothers (Jack and Jerry Brisco) [2] October 21, 1983 Richmond, VA
Ricky Steamboat and Jay Youngblood [5] November 24, 1983 Greensboro, NC -g-
Don Kernodle and Bob Orton Jr. January 8, 1984 Charlotte, NC -h-
Wahoo McDaniel and Mark Youngblood March 4, 1984 Charlotte, NC
The Brisco Brothers (Jack and Jerry Brisco) [3] April 4, 1984 Spartanburg, SC
Wahoo McDaniel and Mark Youngblood [2] May 5, 1984 Greensboro, NC
Don Kernodle and Ivan Koloff May 8, 1984 Raleigh, NC
Manny Fernandez and Dusty Rhodes October 20, 1984 Greensboro, NC
The Russians (Ivan and Nikita Koloff) March 18, 1985 Fayetteville, NC -i-
The Rock 'n' Roll Express (Robert Gibson and Ricky Morton) July 9, 1985 Shelby, NC -j-
The Russians (Ivan and Nikita Koloff) [2] October 13, 1985 Charlotte, NC
The Rock 'n' Roll Express (Robert Gibson and Ricky Morton) [2] November 28, 1985 Greensboro, NC
The Midnight Express (Dennis Condrey and Bobby Eaton) February 2, 1986 Atlanta, GA
The Rock 'n' Roll Express (Robert Gibson and Ricky Morton) [3] August 16, 1986 Philidelphia, PA
Manny Fernandez and Rick Rude December 6, 1986 Atlanta, GA
Manny Fernandez and Ivan Koloff May 1987 -k-
The Rock 'n' Roll Express (Robert Gibson and Ricky Morton) [4] May 26, 1987 Spokane, WA -l-
Arn Anderson and Tully Blanchard September 29, 1987 Misenheimer, NC
Lex Luger and Barry Windham March 27, 1988 Greensboro, NC
Arn Anderson and Tully Blanchard [2] April 20, 1988 Jacksonville, FL
The Midnight Express (Bobby Eaton and Stan Lane) September 10, 1988 Philadelphia, PA
The Road Warriors (Animal and Hawk) October 29, 1988 New Orleans, LA
The Varsity Club (Mike Rotunda and Steve Williams) April 2, 1989 New Orleans, LA -m
The Fabulous Freebirds (Jimmy Garvin and Michael Hayes) June 14, 1989 Ft. Bragg, NC -n-
The Steiners (Rick and Scott Steiner) November 1, 1989 Atlanta, GA
Doom (Butch Reed and Ron Simmons) May 19, 1990 Washington D.C. -o-

-a- Announced as having won a tournament for the vacant titles on January 29, 1975. Unified with the Mid-Atlantic Tag Team Titles by defeating Tiger Conway Jr. and Paul Jones on February 20, 1975.

-b- Stripped of the titles in April 1978 for continuously getting disqualified in matches.

-c- Defeated Ken Patera and The Masked Superstar in the finals of a tournament for the vacant titles.

-d- Vacated in December 1981 when Gene is injured.

-e- Defeated The Brisco Brothers to win the Eastern Division of a tournament. Awarded the titles when the winners of the Western Division, Wahoo McDaniel and Don Muraco, spilt up. Vacated in September 1982 by the NWA.

-f- Awarded. Announced as the winners of a tournament, defeating Antonio Inoki and Giant Baba in the finals.

-g- Vacated on December 25, 1983 when Steamboat retires.

-h- Defeated Dory Funk Jr. and Jimmy Valiant in the finals of a tournament for the vacant titles.

-i- Krusher Krushchev later joins the team and is allowed to defend as part of the team via the Freebrd Rule.

-j- Defeated Ivan and Khrushchev for the titles.

-k- Announced as new champions after Rude is injured. In reality, Rude left for the WWF.

-l- Announced as having defeated Fernandez and Rude.

-m- Stripped of the titles on May 7, 1989 after the Varsity Club attacks special referee Nikita Koloff

-n- Defeated The Midnight Express in the finals of a tournament for the vacant titles.

-o- Titles are renamed the WCW World Tag Team Championship.

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