WCW World Tag Team Championship
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Champions Date Won Location Notes
Doom (Butch Reed and Ron Simmons) January 1991 -a-
The Fabulous Freebirds (Ronny Garvin and Michael Hayes) February 24, 1991 Phoenix, AZ -b-
Rick and Scott Steiner February 18, 1991 Montgomery, AL -c-
The Enforcers (Arn Anderson and Larry Zbysko) September 5, 1991 Augusta, GA -d-
Ricky Steamboat and Dustin Rhodes November 19, 1991 Savannah, GA
Arn Anderson and Bobby Eaton January 16, 1992 Jacksonville, FL
Rick and Scott Steiner [2] May 3, 1992 Chicago, IL
Terry Gordy and Steve Williams July 5, 1992 Atlanta, GA -e-
Dustin Rhodes and Barry Windham September 21, 1992 Atlanta, GA
Shane Douglas and Ricky Steamboat November 18, 1992 Macon, GA
The Hollywood Blondes (Steve Austin and Brian Pillman) March 2, 1993 Macon, GA
Arn Anderson and Paul Roma August 18, 1993 Daytona, FL -f-
The Nasty Boys (Brian Knobbs and Jerry Saggs) September 19, 1993 Houston, TX
Marcus Alexander Bagwell and 2 Cold Scorpio October 4, 1993 Columbus, GA
The Nasty Boys (Brian Knobbs and Jerry Saggs) [2] October 24, 1993 New Orleans, LA
Cactus Jack and Kevin Sullivan May 22, 1994 Philadelphia, PA
Pretty Wonderful (Paul Orndorff and Paul Roma) July 17, 1994 Orlando, FL
Stars and Stripes (Marcus Alexander Bagwell and The Patriot) September 25, 1994 Atlanta, GA
Pretty Wonderful (Paul Orndorff and Paul Roma) [2] October 23, 1994 Detroit, MI
Stars and Stripes (Marcus Alexander Bagwell and The Patriot) [2] November 16, 1994 Jacksonville, FL
Harlem Heat (Stevie Ray and Booker T) December 8, 1994 Atlanta, GA
The Nasty Boys (Brian Knobbs and Jerry Saggs) [3] May 21, 1995 St. Petersburg, FL
Harlem Heat (Stevie Ray and Booker T.) [2] June 24, 1995 Atlanta, GA
Bunkhouse Buck and Dick Slater July 22, 1995 Atlanta, GA
Harlem Heat (Stevie Ray and Booker T.) [3] September 17, 1995 Ashville, NC
The American Males (Marcus Alexander Bagwell and Scotty Riggs) September 18, 1995 Johnson City, TN
Harlem Heat (Stevie Ray and Booker T.) [4] September 27, 1995 Atlanta, GA
Lex Luger and Sting January 22, 1996 Las Vegas, NV
Harlem Heat (Stevie Ray and Booker T.) [5] June 24, 1996 Charlotte, NC
Rick and Scott Steiner [4] July 24, 1996 Cincinnati, OH
Harlem Heat (Stevie Ray and Booker T.) [6] July 27, 1996 Dayton, OH
The Public Enemy (Johnny Grunge and Rocco Rock) September 23, 1996 Birmingham, AL
Harlem Heat (Stevie Ray and Booker T.) [7] October 1, 1996 Canton, OH
The Outsiders (Scott Hall and Kevin Nash) October 27, 1996 Las Vegas, NV
Rick and Scott Steiner [5] January 26, 1997 Cedar Rapids, IA -g-
The Outsiders (Scott Hall and Kevin Nash) [2] January 27, 1997
The Giant and Lex Luger San Francisco, CA February 23, 1997 -h-
The Outsiders (Scott Hall and Kevin Nash) [3] February 24, 1997
Rick and Scott Steiner [6] October 13, 1997 Tampa, FL -i-
The Outsiders (Scott Hall and Kevin Nash) [4] January 12, 1998 Jacksonville, FL
Rick and Scott Steiner [7] February 9, 1998 El Paso, TX
The Outsiders (Scott Hall and Kevin Nash) [5] February 22, 1998 San Francisco, CA
The Giant and Sting May 17, 1998 Worcester, MA -j-
Kevin Nash and Sting June 15, 1998 Uniondale, NY -k-
The Giant and Scott Hall July 20, 1998 Salt Lake City, UT
Kenny Kaos and Rick Steiner October 26, 1998 Phoenix, AZ -l-
Curt Henning and Barry Windham February 21, 1999 Oakland, CA -m-
Chris Benoit and Dean Malenko March 14, 1999 Louisville, KY
Billy Kidman and Rey Misterio Jr. March 29, 1999 Toronto, ON
Raven and Perry Saturn May 9, 1999 St. Louis, MO
New Jersey Triad (Bam Bam Bigelow and Diamond Dallas Page) May 31, 1999 Houston, TX -n-
Chris Benoit and Perry Saturn June 10, 1999 Syracuse, NY -o-
New Jersey Triad (Bam Bam Bigelow, Kanyon, and Diamond Dallas Page) [2] June 13, 1999 Baltimore, MD -p-
Harlem Heat (Stevie Ray and Booker T.) [8] August 14, 1999 Sturgis, SD -q-
Barry and Kendall Windham August 23, 1999 Las Vegas, NV
Harlem Heat (Stevie Ray and Booker T.) [9] September 12, 1999 Winston-Salem, NC
Konnan and Rey Misterio Jr. October 18, 1999 Philadelphia, PA -r-
Harlem Heat (Stevie Ray and Booker T.) [10] October 24, 1999 Las Vegas, NV
Billy Kidman and Konnan October 25, 1999 Phoenix, AZ
Creative Control (Gerald and Patrick) November 22, 1999 Auburn Hills, MI
Bill Goldberg and Bret Hart December 7, 1999 Madison, WI
The Outsiders (Scott Hall and Kevin Nash) [6] December 13, 1999 New Orleans, LA -s-
Crowbar and David Flair January 3, 2000 Greenville, SC -t-
The Mamalukes (Johnny the Bull and Big Vito) January 18, 2000 Evansville, IN
Creative Control (Gerald and Patrick) [2] February 12, 2000 Oberhausen, Germany
The Mamalukes (Johnny the Bull and Big Vito) [2] February 13, 2000 Leipzig, Germany
Creative Control (Gerald and Patrick) [3] March 19, 2000 Miami, FL -u-
Buff Bagwell and Shane Douglas April 16, 2000 Chicago, IL -v-
Kronik (Brian Adams and Brian Clark) May 15, 2000 Biloxi, MS -w-
The Perfect Event (Chuck Palumbo and Shawn Stasiak) May 30, 2000 Nampa, ID
Kronik (Brian Adams and Brian Clark) [2] July 9, 2000 Daytona Beach, FL
The Great Muta and Vampiro August 13, 2000 Vancouver, BC
Juventud Guerrera and Rey Misterio Jr. August 14, 2000 Kelowna, BC -x-
Mark Jindrak and Sean O'Haire September 25, 2000 Uniondale, NY -y-
Misfits in Action (Corporal Cajun and Lt. Loco) October 9, 2000 Sydney, Australia
Mark Jindrak and Sean O'Haire [2] October 9, 2000 Sydney, Australia
Boogie Knights (Disco Inferno and Alex Wright) November 16, 2000 Oberhausen, Germany
The Perfect Event (Chuck Palumbo and Shawn Stasiak) [2] November 20, 2000 Augusta, GA -z-
The Insiders (Kevin Nash and Diamond Dallas Page) November 26, 2000 Milwaukee, WI -aa-
The Perfect Event (Chuck Palumbo and Shawn Stasiak) [3] December 4, 2000 -bb-
The Insiders (Kevin Nash and Diamond Dallas Page) [2] December 17, 2000 Washington, DC
Sean O'Haire and Chuck Palumbo January 14, 2001 Indianapolis, IN -cc-
The Brothers of Destruction (Kane and The Undertaker) August 7, 2001 Los Angeles, CA
Booker T. and Test September 25, 2001 Dayton, OH
The Hardy Boyz (Jeff and Matt Hardy) October 8, 2001 Indianapolis, IN
The Dudley Boyz (Buh Buh Ray and D-Von Dudley) October 23, 2001 Omaha, NE -dd-

-a- reigning NWA Tag Team Champions in January 1991 when the titles begin to be exclusivly referred to as the WCW World Tag Team Titles. NWA titles are considered vacant until a tournament begins in July 1992.

-b- Defeated Doom at a live show for the belts, but had already lost them to the Steiners at a TV taping six days before. This becomes known as the Freebirds "negative reign"

-c- Victory airs on TV on March 9, 1991; Vacated on July 18, 1991 after Scott is injured.

-d- Defeated Bill Kazmier and Rick Steiner in the finals of a tournament for the vacant belts.

-e- Defeated Dustin Rhodes and Barry Windham in the finals of a tournament on July 12, 1992 to win the vacant <link>NWA World Tag Team Titles; Titles then unified.

-f- Defeated Austin and Steven Regal, who was subbing for an injured Pillman; NWA drops their recognition of the titles in September 1993 when WCW pulls out of the NWA.

-g- Forced to return the belts to Hall and Nash by WCW Vice President Eric Bischoff on January 27, 1997.

-h- Forced to return the belts to Hall and Nash by WCW Vice President Eric Bischoff on February 24, 1997.

-i- Defeated Hall and Syxx, who was subbing for an injured Nash.

-j- Vacated on June 4, 1998 after The Giant and Sting split; The two are ordered to compete against each other in a match, with the winner being allowed to choose a new partner.

-k- Sting wins the singles match and chooses Nash.

-l- Steiner and Marcus Bagwell defeated The Giant and Scott Steiner, subbing for an injured Scott Hall. Bagwell turns on Steiner and Rich chooses Kaos as his partner on October 26, 1998; Vacated belts in January 1999 due to Steiner's injury.

-m- Defeated Chris Benoit and Dean Malenko in the finals of a double-elimination tournament for the vacant titles.

-n- Defeated Saturn and Kanyon, subbing for the injured Raven; later allowed to defend the title under the Freebird Rule in any combination of Bigelow, Kanyon, and Page.

-o- Kanyon and Page win the belts.

-p- Defeated Bigelow and Kanyon.

-q- Stripped due in October 1999 due to Misterio's leg injury.

-r- Stripped on December 27, 1999 due to Hall's no-show at the event to allow for his knee surgery.

-s- Defeated Kevin Nash and Scott Steiner in the finals of a tournament for the vacant titles.

-t- Vacated by WCW executives Eric Bischoff and Vince Russo on April 10, 2000 when they relaunch WCW.

-u- Defeated Ric Flair and Lex Luger in the finals of a tournament for the vacant belts.

-v- Defeated Douglas and The Wall, subbing for the suspended Bagwell.

-w- Vacated on September 18, 2000 when Disco Inferno puts up the titles as collateral to gain a match with Ernest Miller for his WCW Commissionership. Disco lost and the titles were held-up.

-x- Win a tag team battle royal.

-y-

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