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The final recognized WCW World Tag Team Champions by the WWF, The Dudley Boyz
The WCW World Tag Team Championship was a professional wrestling World Tag Team Championship contested for in World Championship Wrestling (WCW). Originally, WCW was a subsidiary for the National Wrestling Alliance (NWA), a professional wrestling promotion which had numerous subsidiaries. The NWA operated many tag team championships before one prime tag team title was established in 1993. One of those titles was the NWA World Tag Team Championship, which was operated by the NWA subsidiary Mid-Atlantic Championship Wrestling (MACW), the predecessor of WCW. The championship was created for MACW by the NWA, which also oversaw the title's operation. In January 1991, WCW, which had succeeded MACW, began the process of withdrawing as a subsidiary of NWA to become an independent promotion. During this time, WCW created their own version of a tag team championship, while the NWA version was returned to the NWA; all title reigns before March 1980 were not officially recognized by WCW for unknown reasons. On July 12, 1992, the WCW World Tag Team Championship was unified with the NWA World Tag Team Championship, which was activated earlier that year by the NWA as its prime tag team championship; this title was a reactivated version of MACW's title. In September 1993, WCW's withdrawal from the NWA was made official, and the NWA World Tag Team Championship was returned to the NWA; the title was reactivated by the NWA in 1995. In March 2001, all WCW assets were purchased by the World Wrestling Federation (WWF) after WCW filed for bankruptcy. After the purchase, the WWF continued the use of the championship as a part of a storyline called The Invasion, which involved a rivalry between former WCW wrestlers and original WWF wrestlers before the purchase of WCW.

Title reigns were determined either by professional wrestling matches with different tag teams, a duo of wrestlers, involved in pre-existing scripted feud, plot and storylines or were awarded the title due to scripted circumstances. Wrestlers were portrayed as either villains or fan favorites as they followed a series of tension-building events, which culminated in a wrestling match or series of matches for the championship. The inaugural champions, under the NWA, were The Minnesota Wrecking Crew (Gene and Ole Anderson), who were announced to have won the titles after winning a tournament in January 1975. The first champions recognized by WCW were Ray Stevens and Greg Valentine, who won the MACW's tag team titles in March 1980. The champions during WCW's withdrawal from the NWA were Doom (Ron Simmons and Butch Reed), and were the first wrestlers to hold WCW's tag team championship version. Before the promotion's purchase, the final champions recognized by WCW were Sean O' Haire and Chuck Palumbo; they were also the first champions under the titles operation in the WWF. On November 18, 2001, the championship was deactivated after its use in the Invasion storyline. The title was unified with the WWF Tag Team Championship, and the final champions recognized by the WWF, were the Dudley Boyz (Bubba Ray and D-Von). The title was won in Australia, Canada, Germany, and the United States. Harlem Heat (Booker T and Stevie Ray) held the most reigns as a tag team (10), and Booker T held the most individual reigns (11), which is the same amount of times the title was vacated. At 282 days, Doom's reign during WCW's NWA withdrawal was the longest in the championship's history. Overall, there were 143 title reigns.

Key

Reigns The number of times a specific set of wrestlers have won the titles
Event The event promoted by the respective promotion in which the titles were won
N/A The information is not available or is unknown
Wrestler name (#) The number represents the amount of times the wrestler has held the title individually
Used for vacated reigns in order to not count it as an official reign


Title history

Recognition by the NWA

These reigns are only recognized by the NWA.
# Wrestlers

Reigns Date Days

held
Location Event Notes
and Ole Anderson

Raleigh, NCmarker Live event
and Wahoo McDaniel Greensboro, NCmarker Live event
and Ole Anderson

Raleigh, NCmarker Live event
and Wahoo McDaniel (2) Columbia, SCmarker Live event
and Ole Anderson

Raleigh, NCmarker Live event
and Mr. Wrestling Raleigh, NCmarker Live event
and Ole Anderson

Raleigh, NCmarker Live event
and Greg Valentine Greensboro, NCmarker Live event
and Ole Anderson

Charlotte, NCmarker Live event
10 and Dick Slater Atlanta, GAmarker Live event
11 and Ole Anderson

Atlanta, GAmarker Live event
12 and Greg Valentine Atlanta, GAmarker Live event
Vacated 0 N/A N/A Flair and Valentine were forced to vacate their championship by the NWA for continually ending their matches via disqualification.
13 (2) and Ricky Steamboat Greensboro, NCmarker Live event Jones and Steamboat won the titles in a tournament final involving ten other tag teams.
14 and Greg Valentine (3) Greensboro, NCmarker Live event
15 and Jimmy Snuka N/A Live event The location of this title change is unknown.
16 (3) and Baron Von Raschke (2) N/A Live event The location of this title change is unknown.
17 (3) and Blackjack Mulligan Greensboro, NCmarker Live event
18 (4) and Baron Von Raschke (3) Raleigh, NCmarker Live event
19 (2) and Jay Youngblood Raleigh, NCmarker Live event


Recognition by WCW/WWF

These reigns are only recognized by WCW and the WWF (now World Wrestling Entertainment).
# Wrestlers Reigns Date Location Event Notes
20 and Greg Valentine (4) Charlotte, NCmarker Live event
21 (3) and Jay Youngblood (2) Greensboro, NCmarker Live event
22 (2) and Jimmy Snuka (2) Greensboro, NCmarker Live event
23 (5) and Masked Superstar Greensboro, NCmarker Live event
24 and Ray Stevens (3) Greensboro, NCmarker Live event
25 (6) and Masked Superstar (2) Greensboro, NCmarker Live event
26 and Ole Anderson

Richmond, VAmarker Live event
Vacated N/A N/A Gene was legitimately injured, and as a result, the NWA forced the Minnesota Wrecking Crew to relinquish the titles.
27 (8) and Stan Hansen Atlanta, GAmarker Live event Anderson and Hansen won the titles in a tournament final.
Vacated N/A N/A The NWA forced Anderson and Hansen to relinquish the championships.
28 and Sgt. Slaughter N/A Live event Kernodle and Slaughter won the titles in a fictional tournament final. The promotion claimed that they had beaten Antonio Inoki and Giant Baba in Tokyo, Japan.
29 (4) and Jay Youngblood (3) Greensboro, NCmarker Live event
30 and Jerry Brisco Greenville, SCmarker Live event
31 (5) and Jay Youngblood (4) Greenville, SCmarker Live event
32 and Jerry Brisco Richmond, VAmarker Live event
33 (6) and Jay Youngblood (5) Greensboro, NCmarker Starrcade
Vacated N/A N/A The NWA vacated the title after Steamboat announced his retirement from professional wrestling.
34 (2) and Bob Orton, Jr. Charlotte, NCmarker Live event Kernodle and Orton, Jr. won the titles in a tournament final.
35 (3) and Mark Youngblood Charlotte, NCmarker Live event
36 and Jerry Brisco Spartanburg, SCmarker Live event
37 (4) and Mark Youngblood (2) Greensboro, NCmarker Live event
38 (3) and Ivan Koloff Raleigh, NCmarker Live event
39 and Dusty Rhodes (2) Raleigh, NCmarker Live event
40 (3) and Nikita Koloff Fayetteville, NCmarker Live event During this title reign, Krusher Khrushchev (1) joined the Koloff's to form a three-man tag team, in which the NWA applied the freebird rule allowing all three members to defend the titles.
41 and Ricky Morton

Shelby, NCmarker Live event
42 (4) and Nikita Koloff (2) Charlotte, NCmarker Live event
43 and Ricky Morton

Greensboro, NCmarker Starrcade
44 and Bobby Eaton

Atlanta, GAmarker Live event
45 and Ricky Morton

Philadelphia, PAmarker Live event
46 (2) and Rick Rude Atlanta, GAmarker Live event
47 and Ricky Morton

N/A N/A The NWA announced that The Rock 'n' Roll Express won the titles in a match, but in reality, Rude left for the WWF and the NWA awarded The Rock 'n' Roll Express the titles.
48 and Tully Blanchard Misenheimer, NCmarker Live event
49 and Barry Windham Greensboro, NCmarker Clash of the Champions I
50 and Tully Blanchard Jacksonville, FLmarker Live event
51 (2) and Stan Lane

Philadelphia, PAmarker Live event
52 Animal and Hawk

New Orleans, LAmarker Live event
53 and Steve Williams

New Orleans, LAmarker Clash of the Champions VI: Ragin' Cajun
Vacated Nashville, TNmarker WrestleWar The NWA forced Rotunda and Williams to relinquish the titles for misconduct during a title defense.
54 and Michael Hayes

Fort Bragg, NCmarker Clash of the Champions VII: Guts and Glory Garvin and Hayes won the titles in a tournament final.
55 and Scott Steiner

Atlanta, GAmarker World Championship Wrestling This title change aired on tape delay on November 18, 1989.
56 and Ron Simmons

Washington, D.C.marker Capital Combat This reign by Doom is the final recognized reign by the NWA. Reigns from this point forward are recognized by WCW. Doom was awarded the new WCW World Tag Team Championship by WCW because they were the original Tag Team Champions before WCW withdrew from the NWA.
57 Michael P.S. Hayes and Jimmy Garvin

Phoenix, AZmarker WrestleWar
58 Rick Steiner and Scott Steiner

Montgomery, ALmarker Power Hour This title change aired on tape delay on March 9, 1991.
Vacated 6 N/A N/A WCW vacated the championship after Scott sustained a legitimate injury.
60 (3) and Larry Zbyszko

Augusta, GAmarker Clash of the Champions XVI: Fall Brawl Anderson and Zbyszko won the titles in a tournament final.
61 (7) and Dustin Rhodes Savannah, GAmarker Clash of the Champions XVII
62 (4) and Bobby Eaton (3) Jacksonville, FLmarker Live event
63 Rick Steiner and Scott Steiner

Chicago, ILmarker Live event
64 and Steve Williams (2) Atlanta, GAmarker Live event
65 (2) and Dustin Rhodes (2) Atlanta, GAmarker Saturday Night This title change aired on tape delay on October 3, 1992.
66 (8) and Shane Douglas Macon, GAmarker Clash of the Champions XXI
67 Steve Austin and

Macon, GAmarker Power Hour This title change aired on tape delay on March 27, 1993.
68 (5) and Paul Roma Daytona, FLmarker Clash of the Champions XXIV
69 and Brian Knobbs

Houston, TXmarker Fall Brawl
70 Marcus Bagwell and 2 Cold Scorpio Columbus, GAmarker Saturday Night This title change aired on tape delay on October 23, 1993.
71 and Brian Knobbs

New Orleans, LAmarker Halloween Havoc
72 Cactus Jack and Kevin Sullivan Philadelphia, PAmarker Slamboree
73 Paul Roma (2) and Paul Orndorff (2)

Orlando, FLmarker Bash at the Beach
74 Marcus Alexander Bagwell (2) and The Patriot

Atlanta, GAmarker Saturday Night
75 Paul Roma (3) and Paul Orndorff (3)

Detroit, MImarker Halloween Havoc
76 Marcus Alexander Bagwell (3) and The Patriot (2)

Jacksonville, FLmarker Clash of the Champions XXIX
77 Booker T and Stevie Ray

Atlanta, GAmarker Saturday Night This title change aired on tape delay on January 14, 1995.
78 (2) and Brian Knobbs (2)

St. Petersburg, FLmarker Slamboree
79 Booker T (2) and Stevie Ray (2)

Orlando, FLmarker WCW WorldWide This title change was recorded on May 3, 1995, eighteen days before the Nasty Boys officially won the titles.
80 (2) and Bunkhouse Buck Atlanta, GAmarker Saturday Night This title change aired on tape delay on July 22, 1995.
81 Booker T (3) and Stevie Ray (3)

Asheville, NCmarker Fall Brawl
82 (4) and Scott Riggs

Johnson City, TNmarker Monday Nitro
83 Booker T (4) and Stevie Ray (4)

Atlanta, GAmarker Saturday Night This title change aired on tape delay on October 28, 1995.
84 Sting and Lex Luger (2)

Las Vegas, NVmarker Nitro
85 Booker T (5) and Stevie Ray (5)

Charlotte, NCmarker Nitro
86 Rick Steiner and Scott Steiner

Cincinnati, OHmarker Live event
87 Booker T (6) and Stevie Ray (6)

Dayton, OHmarker Live event
88 and Rocco Rock

Birmingham, ALmarker Nitro
89 Booker T (7) and Stevie Ray (7)

Canton, OHmarker Nitro
90 and Scott Hall

Las Vegas, NVmarker Halloween Havoc
91 Rick Steiner and Scott Steiner

Cedar Rapids, IAmarker Souled Out
92 and Scott Hall

Las Vegas, NVmarker N/A WCW President Eric Bischoff awarded Nash and Hall the titles after forcing the Steiner Brothers to relinquish them.
93 Lex Luger (3) and The Giant Daly City, CAmarker SuperBrawl
94 and Scott Hall

Sacramento, CAmarker N/A WCW President Eric Bischoff awarded Nash and Hall the titles after forcing the Luger and The Giant to relinquish them.
95 Rick Steiner and Scott Steiner

Tampa, FLmarker Nitro
96 and Scott Hall

Jacksonville, FLmarker Nitro
97 Rick Steiner and Scott Steiner

El Paso, TXmarker Nitro
98 and Scott Hall

Daly City, CA SuperBrawl
99 Sting (2) and The Giant (2) Worcester, MAmarker Slamboree
Vacated 7 N/A N/A WCW vacated the titles after the tag team of Sting and The Giant was split up.
100 Sting (3) and Kevin Nash (6) Baltimore, MDmarker The Great American Bash Sting won the championships in a singles match against The Giant, in which the winner would take control of the Tag Team Championship and choose a partner to defend with; on the following night's Nitro broadcast in Uniondale, NYmarker, Sting chose Nash.
101 Scott Hall (6) and The Giant (3) Salt Lake City, UTmarker Nitro
102 Rick Steiner (8) and Kenny Kaos Phoenix, AZmarker Nitro
Vacated 8 N/A Nitro WCW vacated the championship after Steiner sustained a legitimate injury.
103 Barry Windham (3) and Curt Hennig Oakland, CAmarker SuperBrawl Windham and Hennig won the titles in a tournament final.
104 and Dean Malenko Louisville, KYmarker Uncensored
105 Rey Misterio, Jr. and Billy Kidman Toronto, Ontariomarker Nitro
106 Raven and Perry Saturn St. Louis, MOmarker Slamboree
107 Diamond Dallas Page, Bam Bam Bigelow, and Kanyon

Houston, TXmarker Nitro
108 (2) and Perry Saturn (2) Syracuse, NYmarker Thunder This title change aired on tape delay.
109 Diamond Dallas Page, Bam Bam Bigelow, and Kanyon

Baltimore, MDmarker The Great American Bash WCW placed the freebird rule in effect for this title reign, allowing all three members to defend the titles.
110 Booker T (8) and Stevie Ray (8)

Sturgis, SDmarker Road Wild
111 Barry Windham (4) and Kendall Windham Las Vegas, NVmarker Nitro
112 Booker T (9) and Stevie Ray (9)

Winston-Salem, NCmarker Fall Brawl
113 Konnan and Rey Misterio, Jr. (2) Philadelphia, PAmarker Nitro
114 Booker T and Stevie Ray

Las Vegas, NVmarker Halloween Havoc
115 Konnan (2) and Billy Kidman (2) Phoenix, AZmarker Nitro
116 Gerald and Patrick

Auburn Hills, MImarker Nitro
117 Bret Hart and Goldberg Madison, WImarker Nitro
118 and Scott Hall

New Orleans, LAmarker Nitro
Vacated 9 Houston, TXmarker Nitro WCW vacated the titles after Hall sustained a legitimate injury.
119 David Flair and Crowbar Greenville, SCmarker Nitro Flair and Crowbar won the titles in a tournament final.
120 Johnny the Bull and Big Vito

Evansville, INmarker Nitro
121 Ron and Don (formerly Creative Control)

Oberhausenmarker, Germany Live event
122 Johnny the Bull and Big Vito

Leipzigmarker, Germany Live event
123 Ron and Don (formerly Creative Control)

Miami, FLmarker Uncensored
Vacated 10 Denver, COmarker N/A WCW Presidents Vince Russo and Eric Bischoff vacated every WCW championship during WCW's reboot.
124 Shane Douglas (2) and Buff Bagwell (5) Chicago, ILmarker Spring Stampede Douglas and Bagwell won the titles in a tournament final.
125 Brian Adams and Bryan Clark

Biloxi, MSmarker Nitro
126 and Chuck Palumbo

Nampa, IDmarker Thunder This title change aired on tape delay.
127 Brian Adams and Bryan Clark

Daytona Beach, FLmarker Bash at the Beach
128 The Great Muta and Vampiro Vancouver, British Columbiamarker New Blood Rising
129 Rey Misterio, Jr. (3) and Juventud Guerrera Kelownamarker, British Columbiamarker Nitro
Vacated 11 Ontario, Canadamarker N/A Misterio, Jr. and Guerrera were forced to relinquish the titles by WCW.
130 Sean O'Haire and Mark Jindrak Uniondale, NYmarker Nitro O'Haire and Jindrak won the titles in a battle royal
131 Lieutenant Loco and Corporal Cajun

Sydney, Australia Nitro
132 Sean O'Haire and Mark Jindrak Sydney, Australia Nitro
133 Alex Wright and Disco Inferno

Oberhausenmarker, Germany Millennium Final
134 Shawn Stasiak and Chuck Palumbo

Augusta, GAmarker Nitro
135 Diamond Dallas Page (3) and Kevin Nash (8)

Milwaukee, WImarker Mayhem
136 Shawn Stasiak and Chuck Palumbo

Lincoln, NEmarker N/A WCW Commissioner Mike Sanders awarded Stasiak and Palumbo the titles after The Insiders were forced to vacate the titles.
137 Diamond Dallas Page (4) and Kevin Nash (9)

December 17, 2000 Washington, D.C.marker Starrcade
138 Chuck Palumbo (4) and Sean O'Haire (3) Indianapolis, INmarker Sin This title reign by Palumbo and O'Haire was the final recognized by WCW before its assets were bought by the WWF.
139 and Chuck Palumbo Indianapolis, INmarker Sin O'Haire and Palumbo continued to work for the WWF as WCW's Tag Team Champions after it acquired WCW. During this time, the WWF renamed the title to the WCW Tag Team Championship.
140 Kane and The Undertaker

Los Angeles, CAmarker SmackDown! This title change aired on tape delay.
141 Booker T (11) and Test Dayton, OHmarker SmackDown! This title change aired on tape delay.
142 and Matt Hardy

Indianapolis, INmarker Raw
143 and D-Von Dudley

Omaha, NEmarker SmackDown! The WCW Tag Team Championship and WWF Tag Team Championship, which were both held by The Dudley Boyz at Survivor Series, November 18 2001, beating the Hardy Boyz (WWF Tag Team Champions), were unified. As a result, the WCW Tag Team Title was deactivated while the WWF Tag Team Title remained active.


List of individual reigns

Team Days Held Date Won Date Lost
Doom (Butch Reed and Ron Simmons) 282 May 19, 1990 February 24, 1991
The Outsiders (Scott Hall and Kevin Nash) 231 February 24, 1997 October 13, 1997
The Minnesota Wrecking Crew (Ole Anderson and Gene Anderson) 230 June 11, 1975 January 27, 1976
The Minnesota Wrecking Crew 215 May 1, 1981 December 1, 19812
The Nasty Boys (Brian Knobbs and Jerry Sags) 210 October 24, 1993 May 22, 1994
Sean O'Haire and Chuck Palumbo 205 January 14, 2001 August 7, 2001
The Steiner Brothers (Rick and Scott Steiner) 199 November 1, 1989 May 19, 1990
The Midnight Express (Dennis Condrey and Bobby Eaton) 195 February 2, 1986 August 16, 1986
Sgt. Slaughter and Don Kernodle 193 September 1, 19821 March 12, 1983
Ole Anderson and Stan Hansen 185 February 28, 1982 September 1, 19822
The Minnesota Wrecking Crew 181 June 28, 1976 December 26, 1976
Arn Anderson and Tully Blanchard 180 September 29, 1987 March 27, 1988
Baron Von Raschke and Greg Valentine 177 June 7, 1978 December 1, 19782
The Hollywood Blonds (Steve Austin and Brian Pillman) 169 March 2, 1993 August 18, 1993
Ivan Koloff and Don Kernodle 165 May 8, 1984 October 20, 1984
Harlem Heat (Booker T and Stevie Ray) 164 December 8, 1994 May 21, 1995
Jimmy Snuka and Ray Stevens 158 June 22, 1980 November 27, 1980
Ricky Steamboat and Jay Youngblood 157 October 24, 1979 March 29, 1980
Road Warriors (Hawk and Animal) 155 October 29, 1988 April 2, 1989
Lex Luger and Sting 154 January 22, 1996 June 24, 1996
Ric Flair and Greg Valentine 153 October 30, 1977 April 1, 19782
Dusty Rhodes and Manny Fernandez 150 October 20, 1984 March 18, 1985
Manny Fernandez and Rick Rude 150 December 6, 1986 May 26, 1987
The Steiner Brothers 150 February 18, 1991 July 18, 1991
Jimmy Snuka and Paul Orndorff 148 December 1, 19781 April 28, 1979
Arn Anderson and Tully Blanchard 143 April 20, 1988 September 10, 1988
The Fabulous Freebirds (Michael Hayes and Jimmy Garvin) 140 June 14, 1989 November 1, 1989
The Minnesota Wrecking Crew 138 May 8, 1977 September 23, 1977
Ric Flair and Greg Valentine 133 December 26, 1976 May 8, 1977
The Rock 'n' Roll Express (Robert Gibson and Ricky Morton) 126 May 26, 1987 September 29, 1987
Harlem Heat 117 September 27, 1995 January 22, 1996
Ivan Koloff and Nikita Koloff (with Krusher Khrushchev) 113 March 18, 1985 July 9, 1985
The Rock 'n' Roll Express 112 August 16, 1986 December 6, 1986
Arn Anderson and Bobby Eaton 108 January 16, 1992 May 3, 1992
Jack Brisco and Jerry Brisco 107 June 18, 1983 October 3, 1983
The Minnesota Wrecking Crew 106 January 29, 1975 May 15, 1975
Shane Douglas and Ricky Steamboat 104 November 18, 1992 March 2, 1993
Baron Von Raschke and Paul Jones 102 April 28, 1979 August 8, 1979
Ricky Steamboat and Jay Youngblood 98 March 12, 1983 June 18, 1983
The Giant and Scott Hall 98 July 20, 1998 October 26, 1998
The Rock 'n' Roll Express 96 July 9, 1985 October 13, 1985
The Minnesota Wrecking Crew 92 February 3, 1976 May 5, 1976
The Outsiders 91 October 27, 1996 January 26, 1997
The Steiner Brothers 91 October 13, 1997 January 12, 1998
Paul Jones and Masked Superstar 87 November 27, 1980 February 22, 1981
The Outsiders 84 February 22, 1998 May 17, 1998
Terry Gordy and Steve Williams 78 July 5, 1992 September 21, 1992
The Enforcers (Arn Anderson and Larry Zbyszko) 75 September 5, 1991 November 19, 1991
Pretty Wonderful (Paul Orndorff and Paul Roma) 70 July 17, 1994 September 25, 1994
Kenny Kaos and Rick Steiner 70 October 26, 1998 January 4, 1999
The Rock 'n' Roll Express 66 November 28, 1985 February 2, 1986
Baron Von Raschke and Paul Jones 63 August 22, 1979 October 24, 1979
The Steiner Brothers 63 May 3, 1992 July 5, 1992
The Jersey Triad (Bam Bam Bigelow, Diamond Dallas Page and Kanyon) 62 June 13, 1999 August 14, 1999
Dustin Rhodes and Ricky Steamboat 58 November 19, 1991 January 16, 1992
Dustin Rhodes and Barry Windham 58 September 21, 1992 November 18, 1992
Harlem Heat 58 July 27, 1996 September 23, 1996
Bunkhouse Buck and Dick Slater 57 July 22, 1995 September 17, 1995
Don Kernodle and Bob Orton, Jr. 56 January 8, 1984 March 4, 1984
Cactus Jack and Kevin Sullivan 56 May 22, 1994 July 17, 1994
Mr. Wrestling and Dino Bravo 54 May 5, 1976 June 28, 1976
The Midnight Express (Bobby Eaton and Stan Lane) 49 September 10, 1988 October 29, 1988
Brothers of Destruction (Kane and The Undertaker) 49 August 7, 2001 September 25, 2001
Ivan Koloff and Nikita Koloff 46 October 13, 1985 November 28, 1985
Paul Jones and Ricky Steamboat 45 April 23, 1978 June 7, 1978
Ricky Steamboat and Jay Youngblood 43 May 10, 1980 June 22, 1980
Ray Stevens and Greg Valentine 42 March 29, 1980 May 10, 1980
Filthy Animals (Billy Kidman and Rey Misterio, Jr.) 41 March 29, 1999 May 9, 1999
Paul Jones and Masked Superstar 40 March 22, 1981 May 1, 1981
Perfect Event (Chuck Palumbo and Shawn Stasiak) 40 May 30, 2000 July 9, 2000
Mark Jindrak and Sean O'Haire 38 October 9, 2000 November 16, 2000
Harlem Heat 36 September 12, 1999 October 18, 1999
The Varsity Club (Mike Rotunda and Steve Williams) 35 April 2, 1989 May 7, 1989
Kevin Nash and Sting 35 June 15, 1998 July 20, 1998
The Mamalukes (Big Vito and Johnny the Bull) 35 February 13, 2000 March 19, 2000
KroniK (Brian Adams and Bryan Clark) 35 July 9, 2000 August 13, 2000
Juventud Guerrera and Rey Misterio, Jr. 35 August 14, 2000 September 18, 2000
Jack Brisco and Jerry Brisco 34 October 21, 1983 November 24, 1983
The Nasty Boys 34 May 21, 1995 June 24, 1995
Arn Anderson and Paul Roma 32 August 18, 1993 September 19, 1993
Ricky Steamboat and Jay Youngblood 31 November 24, 1983 December 25, 1983
Jack Brisco and Jerry Brisco 31 April 4, 1984 May 5, 1984
Wahoo McDaniel and Mark Youngblood 30 March 4, 1984 April 4, 1984
Harlem Heat 30 June 24, 1996 July 24, 1996
The Minnesota Wrecking Crew 30 September 30, 1977 October 30, 1977
Buff Bagwell and Shane Douglas 29 April 16, 2000 May 15, 2000
Ray Stevens and Ivan Koloff 28 February 22, 1981 March 22, 1981
Stars 'n' Stripes (Marcus Bagwell and The Patriot) 28 September 25, 1994 October 23, 1994
Harlem Heat 28 June 24, 1995 July 22, 1995
The Outsiders 28 January 12, 1998 February 9, 1998
Filthy Animals (Billy Kidman and Konnan) 28 October 25, 1999 November 22, 1999
The Insiders (Diamond Dallas Page and Kevin Nash) 28 December 17, 2000 January 14, 2001
Wahoo McDaniel and Paul Jones 27 May 25, 1975 June 11, 1975
The Outsiders 27 January 27, 1997 February 23, 1997
Harlem Heat 26 October 1, 1996 October 27, 1996
Dudley Boyz (Bubba Ray and D-Von Dudley) 26 October 23, 2001 November 18, 20013
The Mamalukes (Big Vito and Johnny the Bull) 25 January 18, 2000 February 12, 2000
Lex Luger and Barry Windham 24 March 27, 1988 April 20, 1988
Pretty Wonderful 24 October 23, 1994 November 16, 1994
Stars 'n' Stripes 22 November 16, 1994 December 8, 1994
Raven and Perry Saturn 22 May 9, 1999 May 31, 1999
Creative Control (Gerald and Patrick) 22 March 19, 2000 April 10, 2000
Curt Hennig and Barry Windham 21 February 21, 1999 March 14, 1999
Marcus Bagwell and 2 Cold Scorpio 20 October 4, 1993 October 24, 1993
West Texas Rednecks (Barry and Kendall Windham) 20 August 23, 1999 September 12, 1999
Ricky Steamboat and Jay Youngblood 18 October 3, 1983 October 21, 1983
The Giant and Sting 18 May 17, 1998 June 4, 1998
The Nasty Boys 15 September 19, 1993 October 4, 1993
Chris Benoit and Dean Malenko 15 March 14, 1999 March 29, 1999
Creative Control 15 November 22, 1999 December 7, 1999
Crowbar and David Flair 15 January 3, 2000 January 18, 2000
Hardy Boyz (Jeff and Matt Hardy) 15 October 8, 2001 October 23, 2001
KroniK 15 May 15, 2000 May 30, 2000
Ric Flair and Blackjack Mulligan 14 August 8, 1979 August 22, 1979
The Outsiders 14 December 13, 1999 December 27, 1999
Mark Jindrak and Sean O'Haire 14 September 25, 2000 October 9, 2000
The Steiner Brothers 13 February 9, 1998 February 22, 1998
Perfect Event 13 December 4, 2000 December 17, 2000
Booker T and Test 13 September 25, 2001 October 8, 2001
The Jersey Triad 10 May 31, 1999 June 10, 1999
The American Males (Marcus Bagwell and Scott Riggs) 9 September 18, 1995 September 27, 1995
Harlem Heat 9 August 14, 1999 August 23, 1999
The Public Enemy (Johnny Grunge and Rocco Rock) 8 September 23, 1996 October 1, 1996
The Insiders 8 November 26, 2000 December 4, 2000
Wahoo McDaniel and Rufus R. Jones 7 January 27, 1976 February 3, 1976
Dusty Rhodes and Dick Slater 7 September 23, 1977 September 30, 1977
Filthy Animals (Konnan and Rey Misterio, Jr.) 6 October 18, 1999 October 24, 1999
Goldberg and Bret Hart 6 December 7, 1999 December 13, 1999
Perfect Event 6 November 20, 2000 November 26, 2000
Disco Inferno and Alex Wright 4 November 16, 2000 November 20, 2000
Wahoo McDaniel and Mark Youngblood 3 May 5, 1984 May 8, 1984
The Steiner Brothers 3 July 24, 1996 July 27, 1996
Chris Benoit and Perry Saturn 3 June 10, 1999 June 13, 1999
Harlem Heat 1 September 17, 1995 September 18, 1995
The Steiner Brothers 1 January 26, 1997 January 27, 1997
Lex Luger and The Giant 1 February 23, 1997 February 24, 1997
Harlem Heat 1 October 24, 1999 October 25, 1999
Creative Control 1 February 12, 2000 February 13, 2000
The Great Muta and Vampiro 1 August 13, 2000 August 14, 2000
Misfits In Action (Corporal Cajun and Lieutenant Loco) <30 min=""></30> October 9, 2000
Fabulous Freebirds (Jimmy Garvin and Michael Hayes) -6 February 24, 1991 February 18, 1991


List of top combined reigns

By team

Rank Team # Of Reigns Combined Days
1. The Minnesota Wrecking Crew (Ole Anderson and Gene Anderson) 7 9921
2. The Steiner Brothers (Rick and Scott Steiner) 7 520
3. The Outsiders (Scott Hall and Kevin Nash) 6 475
4. Harlem Heat (Booker T and Stevie Ray) 10 470
5. The Rock 'n' Roll Express (Robert Gibson and Ricky Morton) 4 400
6. Ricky Steamboat and Jay Youngblood 5 347
7. Arn Anderson and Tully Blanchard 2 323
8. Ric Flair and Greg Valentine 2 2861
9. Doom (Butch Reed and Ron Simmons) 1 282
10. The Nasty Boys (Brian Knobbs and Jerry Sags) 3 259
11. Sean O'Haire and Chuck Palumbo 1 205


By wrestler

Rank Wrestler # Of Reigns Combined Days
1. Ole Anderson 8 1,1771
2. Gene Anderson 7 9921
3. Rick Steiner 8 590
4. Scott Hall 7 573
5. Ricky Steamboat 8 554
5. Kevin Nash 9 546
7. Arn Anderson 5 538
8. Scott Steiner 7 520
9. Greg Valentine 4 5051
10. Booker T 11 483
11. Stevie Ray 10 470


Footnotes

  • - This title reign is included twice for the purpose of showing the different recognitions by WCW and the WWF.


References

General
Specific
  1. http://www.thehistoryofwwe.com/worldwide95.htm



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