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NWA Texas Tag Team Championship
WCWA Texas Tag Team Championship
Details
PromotionDallas Wrestling Club
World Class Wrestling Association
NWA Southwest
Date established1943
Date retiredSeptember 2011
Other name(s)
  • NWA Texas Tag Team Championship
  • NWA Southwest Texas Tag Team Championship

The WCWA Texas Tag Team Championship was the secondary tag team championship in World Class Championship Wrestling, originally known as the NWA Texas Tag-Team title until 1981 where they were abandoned.[1] The titles were brought back in 1987 as the WCWA Texas Tag-Team titles but once the WCWA joined the USWA, the Texas Tag Team titles were abandoned once again. The title was revived by NWA Southwest in 1998 and is still defended to this day as the NWA Texas Tag Team Championship.[1][2]

Title history

Key
No. Overall reign number
Reign Reign number for the specific champion
Days Number of days held
N/A Unknown information
(NLT) Championship change took place "no later than" the date listed
No. Champion Championship change Reign statistics Notes Ref.
Date Event Location Reign Days
NWA Texas Tag Team Championship
1 Ellis Bashara and Angelo Cistoldi  June 1, 1943 N/A   1
Championship history is unrecorded from to May 1945.
3 Bobby Managoff and Otto Kuss (NLT) May 1945 N/A N/A 1
4 Hans Schnable and Marvin Jones May 14, 1945 N/A Galveston, Texas 1
5 Rogers and Otto Kuss (2) May 21, 1945 N/A Galveston, Texas 1
Championship history is unrecorded from to 1950.
6 Rito Romero and Miguel Guzmán March 3, 1950 N/A Dallas, Texas 1
7 Duke Keomuka and Danny Savich November 30, 1950 N/A Galveston, Texas 1
8 Killer Kowalski December 11, 1950 N/A Ft. Worth, Texas 1
9 Duke Keomuka and Danny Savich December 12, 1950 N/A Ft. Worth, Texas 2
10 Al Lovelock and Rito Romero (2)  January 1951 N/A N/A 1
11 Duke Keomuka and Danny Savich January 30, 1951 N/A Dallas, Texas
12 Timothy Geohagen and Big Humphrey May 4, 1951 N/A Houston, Texas 1
13 Duke Keomuka and Danny Savich June 1951 N/A N/A 4
-- Vacated June 1951 -- -- -- -- championship vacated for undocumented reasons
14 Al Lovelock (2) and Sonny Myers  June 19, 1951 N/A Dallas, Texas 1
Championship history is unrecorded from June 19, 1951 to October 1951.
15 Ellis Bashara (2) and Danny Savich (5) October 1951 N/A N/A 1
16 Babe and Chris Zaharias October 9, 1951 N/A Dallas, Texas 1
17 Miguel Guzman and Rito Romero  October 16, 1951 N/A Dallas, Texas  2
18 Duke Keomuka (5) and Ivan Kalmikoff January 25, 1952 N/A Houston, Texas 1
19 Miguel Guzman (3) and Ray Gunkel February 1, 1952 N/A Houston, Texas 1
20 Duke Keomuka (6) and Mr. Moto February 26, 1952 N/A Dallas, Texas 1
21 Rito Romero (4) and Miguel Guzman (4) August 15, 1952 N/A Houston, Texas 3
22 Duke Keomuka (7) and Danny Savich (6) October 7, 1952 N/A Dallas, Texas 5
-- Vacated November 1952 -- -- -- -- championship vacated for undocumented reasons
23 Gory Guerrero and Cyclone Anaya December 1, 1952 N/A Ft. Worth, Texas 1
-- Vacated December 1952 -- -- -- -- championship vacated for undocumented reasons
Championship history is unrecorded from December 1952 to January 6, 1953.
24 Ray Gunkel (2) and Ricki Starr  January 6, 1953 N/A N/A 1
Championship history is unrecorded from January 6, 1953 to November 3, 1953.
25 Rito Romero (5) and Miguel Guzmán (5)  November 3, 1953 N/A N/A
-- Vacated December 1953 -- -- -- -- championship vacated for undocumented reasons
Championship history is unrecorded from December 1953 to December 1953.
26 Ray Gunkel (3) and Ricki Starr December 1953 N/A Austin, Texas 2
Championship history is unrecorded from December 1953 to March 1954.
27 Orville Carlson and Rito Romero (6) March 1954 N/A N/A 1
28 Ivan Kalmikoff (2) and Karol Krauser March 30, 1954 N/A Dallas, Texas 1
29 Ray Gunkel (4) and Ricki Starr (3)  April 1954 N/A  
30 Rito Romero (7) and Miguel Guzmán (6) April 24, 1954 N/A Houston, Texas 5
Championship history is unrecorded from April 24, 1954 to May 4, 1954.
31 Ivan Kalmikoff (3) and Karol Krauser (NLT) May 4, 1954 N/A N/A 2
32 Rito Romero (8) and Sugi Sito (NLT) May 1954 N/A San Antonio, Texas 1
Championship history is unrecorded from May 1954 to August 3, 1954.
33 Duke Keomuka (8) and Don Evans August 3, 1954 N/A N/A 1
Championship history is unrecorded from August 3, 1954 to October 1954.
34 Rito Romero (9) and George Drake (NLT) October 1954 N/A N/A 1
35 Roy Shire and The Great Scott October 12, 1954 N/A Dallas, Texas 1
36 Rito Romero (10) and Pepe Mendietta November 12, 1954 N/A Houston, Texas 1
Championship history is unrecorded from November 12, 1954 to April 1955.
37 Maurice Vachon and Pierre LaSalle (NLT) April 1955 N/A N/A 1
38 Larry Chene and Raul Zapata May 10, 1955 N/A Austin, Texas 1
39 Hard Boiled Haggerty and Stu Gibson June 3, 1955 N/A Houston, Texas 1
40 Rito Romero (11) and Pepper Gomez July 28, 1955 N/A Galveston, Texas 1
41 Duke Keomuka (9) and Danny Savich (7) October 4, 1955 N/A Dallas, Texas 6
42 Ray Gunkel (5) and Wilbur Snyder October 21, 1955 N/A Houston, Texas 1
43 Duke Keomuka (10) and Tiny Mills December 12, 1955 N/A Ft. Worth, Texas 1
44 Pepper Gomez (2) and Luigi Macera February 7, 1956 N/A Dallas, Texas 1
45 Duke Keomuka (11) and Kinji Shibuya February 21, 1956 N/A Dallas, Texas 1
46 Ray Gunkel (6) and Prince Maiava March 23, 1956 N/A Houston, Texas 1
Championship history is unrecorded from March 23, 1956 to May 15, 1956.
-- Vacated May 15, 1956 -- -- -- -- championship vacated for undocumented reasons
47 Mike DiBiase and Danny Plechas May 29, 1956 N/A N/A 1
-- Vacated June 4, 1956 -- -- -- -- championship vacated for undocumented reasons
48 Mike DiBiase and Danny Plechas  June 12, 1956 N/A Dallas, Texas
-- Vacated June 27, 1956-July 5, 1956 -- -- -- -- championship vacated for undocumented reasons
49 Mike DiBiase and Danny Plechas June 6, 1956 N/A Houston, Texas 3
50 Duke Keomuka (12) and Tony Martin July 27, 1956 N/A Houston, Texas 1
51 Ray Gunkel (7) and Herb Freeman September 11, 1956 N/A Dallas, Texas 1
52 Gene Kelly and Len Crosby  September 18, 1956 N/A Dallas, Texas 1
53 Ray Gunkel (8) and The Amazing Zuma October 22, 1956 N/A Ft. Worth, Texas 1
Championship history is unrecorded from October 22, 1956 to March 13, 1957.
54 El Medico and Amazing Zuma (2)  (NLT) March 13, 1957 N/A N/A 1
Championship history is unrecorded from March 13, 1957 to April 23, 1957.
55 Duke Keomuka (13) and Tokyo Joe (NLT) April 23, 1957 N/A N/A 1
56 Pepper Gomez (3) and El Medico (2) June 21, 1957 N/A Houston, Texas 1
57 Ivan the Terribl and Nikita Zolotoff September 20, 1957 N/A Houston, Texas 1
58 Duke Keomuka (14) and Mr. Moto (2) October 14, 1957 N/A Ft. Worth, Texas 2
59 Pepper Gomez (4) and Bill Melby (2)  November 25, 1957 N/A Ft. Worth, Texas 1
-- Vacated December 1957 -- -- -- -- Pepper Gomez left the promotion
60 Danny McShain and Casey McShain January 7, 1958 N/A Dallas, Texas 1
61 Enrique Torres and Alberto Torres February 27, 1958 N/A Galveston, Texas 1 [3]
62 Johnny Valentine and Rip Rogers April 22, 1958 N/A Dallas, Texas 1
63 Pepper Gomez (5) and Larry Chene (2)  May 23, 1958 N/A Houston, Texas 1
64 Duke Keomuka (15) and John Tolos June 24, 1958 N/A Dallas, Texas 1
65 Pepper Gomez (6) and El Medico (3)  August 8, 1958 N/A Houston, Texas 2
-- Vacated August 22, 1958 -- -- -- -- Gomez and El Medico win the World Tag Team Championship
66 Frank Valois (2) and Andre Bollet January 20, 1959 N/A Dallas, Texas 1
67 Amazing Zuma (3) and Johnny Walker  (NLT) February 1959 N/A N/A 1
68 Frank Valois (3) and Andre Bollet March 10, 1959 N/A Dallas, Texas 2
69 Chief Big Heart and Little Eagle April 7, 1959 N/A Dallas, Texas 1
70 Ben and Mike Sharpe April 14, 1959 N/A Dallas, Texas 1
-- Vacated May 1959 -- -- -- -- championship vacated for undocumented reasons
71 Corsica Joe and Corsica Jean May 26, 1959 N/A Dallas, Texas 1
72 Nick Kozak and Jerry Kozak September 2, 1959 N/A San Antonio, Texas 1
73 Danny McShain (2) and Bad Boy Hines  (NLT) November 1959 N/A   1
74 Cyclone Anaya (2) and Leo Garibaldi  December 15, 1959 N/A Dallas, Texas 1
Championship history is unrecorded from December 15, 1959 to January 6, 1960.
75 Cyclone Anaya (3) and Pepper Gomez (7)  January 6, 1960 N/A N/A 1
Championship history is unrecorded from January 6, 1960 to July 15, 1960.
-- Vacated July 15, 1960 -- -- -- -- championship vacated for undocumented reasons
76 Tony Borne and Danny McShain (3) July 15, 1960 N/A Houston, Texas 1
77 Ciclon Negro and Torbellino Blanco (NLT) September 27, 1960 N/A N/A 1
78 Maurice Vachon (2) and Paul Vachon November 8, 1960 N/A Dallas, Texas 1
79 Ciclon Negro and Torbellino Blanco November 15, 1960 N/A Dallas, Texas 2
80 Danny McShain (4) and Sputnik Monroe (NLT) December 25, 1960 N/A N/A 1
81 Ciclon Negro and Torbellino Blanco December 19, 1960 N/A Houston, Texas 3
82 Maurice Vachon (3) and Duke Keomuka (16)  December 1960 N/A N/A 1
83 Sputnik Monroe (2) and Rocket Monroe January 1, 1961 N/A Ft. Worth, Texas 1
84 Pepper Gomez (8) and Hogan Wharton January 20, 1961 N/A Houston, Texas 1
85 Tony Borne (2) and Don Manoukian February 17, 1961 N/A Houston, Texas 1
86 Pepper Gomez (9) and Dory Dixon February 24, 1961 N/A Houston, Texas 1
87 Angelo Poffo and Bronko Lubich May 12, 1961 N/A Houston, Texas 1
88 Pepper Gomez (10) and Dory Dixon (2) June 1961 N/A Houston, Texas 2
Championship history is unrecorded from June 1961 to September 18, 1961.
-- Vacated 1961 -- -- -- -- championship vacated for undocumented reasons
89 Dick Hutton and Sam Steamboat September 18, 1961 N/A Ft. Worth, Texas 1
90 The Mighty Yankees October 2, 1961 N/A Ft. Worth, Texas 1
Championship history is unrecorded from October 2, 1961 to November 1961.
91 Ricky Romero and Eric Rommel  November 1961 N/A N/A 1
92 Nick Roberts and Stan Kowalski  November 16, 1961 N/A Amarillo, Texas 1
Championship history is unrecorded from November 16, 1961 to January 11, 1962.
93 Jack Dalton and Jim Dalton (NLT) January 11, 1962 N/A N/A 1
-- Vacated January 18, 1962-January 24, 1962 -- -- -- -- championship vacated for undocumented reasons
94 Alberto Torres (2) and Ramon Torres  February 8, 1962 N/A Corpus Christi, Texas 1
Championship history is unrecorded from February 8, 1962 to May 1962.
95 Ciclon Negro (4) and Dory Dixon (3)  May 1962 N/A N/A 1
96 Jack Dalton and Jim Dalton May 29, 1962 N/A Dallas, Texas 2
Championship history is unrecorded from May 29, 1962 to September 4, 1962.
97 Alaskan and Tarzan Tyler  September 4, 1962 N/A   1
Championship history is unrecorded from September 4, 1962 to June 28, 1963.
98 Nick and Jerry Kozak June 28, 1963 N/A N/A
Championship history is unrecorded from June 28, 1963 to May 17, 1964.
99 Rip Hawk and Swede Hanson  May 17, 1964 N/A N/A 1
Championship history is unrecorded from May 17, 1964 to January 6, 1965.
100 Tony Borne (3) and Argentina Apollo  January 6, 1965 N/A San Antonio, Texas  1
Championship history is unrecorded from January 6, 1965 to July 11, 1966.
101 Nick Kozak (2) and Dory Dixon (4) July 11, 1966 N/A Ft. Worth, Texas 1
Championship history is unrecorded from July 11, 1966 to 1969.
102 Wahoo McDaniel and Antonio Pugliese 1969 N/A N/A 1
Championship history is unrecorded from 1969 to March 16, 1970.
103 Killer Karl Kox and Great Malenko March 16, 1970 N/A N/A 1
Championship history is unrecorded from March 16, 1970 to December 17, 1970.
104 Kintaro Ohki and Pak Song December 17, 1970 N/A N/A 1
Championship history is unrecorded from December 17, 1970 to July 14, 1972.
105 Red Bastien and Billy Red Lyons July 14, 1972 N/A Houston, Texas 1
106 Chris Colt and Bobby Duncum  October 6, 1972 N/A Houston, Texas 1
Championship history is unrecorded from October 6, 1972 to April 21, 1973.
107 Black Gordman and Goliath April 21, 1973 N/A N/A 1
108 Jose Lothario and Mil Mascaras 1973 N/A N/A 1
109 Jose Lothario (2) and Ivan Putski 1973 N/A N/A 1
110 Black Gordman and Goliath May 26, 1973 N/A N/A 2
111 Jose Lothario (3) and Ivan Putski (2) July 20, 1973 N/A N/A 2
112 Black Gordman and Goliath August 6, 1973 N/A N/A 3
113 Jose Lothario (4) and Mil Mascaras  November 30, 1973 N/A Houston, Texas
Championship history is unrecorded from November 30, 1973 to 1974.
114 Red Bastien (2) and Tex McKenzie 1974 N/A N/A 1
Championship history is unrecorded from 1974 to March 1975.
115 Jose Lothario (5) and Al Madril March 1975 N/A N/A 1
116 Gran Marcus and The Baron  March 7, 1975 N/A Houston, Texas 1
Championship history is unrecorded from March 28, 1975 to 1975.
117 Blackjack Lanza and Blackjack Mulligan 1975 N/A N/A 1
-- Vacated 1973 -- -- -- -- championship vacated for undocumented reasons
118 Jose Lothario (6) and Al Madril (2) August 1975 N/A N/A 2
119 Stan Hansen and Killer Tim Brooks 1976 N/A N/A 1
120 Jose Lothario (7) and Rocky Johnson March 3, 1976 N/A N/A 1
121 Tony Charles (2) and Les Thornton 1977 N/A N/A 1
122 Lord Al Hayes and Big O 1977 N/A N/A 1
123 Jose Lothario (8) and Cien Caras March 15, 1977 N/A N/A 1
124 Bruiser Brody and Mike York April 15, 1977 N/A Houston, Texas 1
125 Bull Ramos and Captain USA  August 19, 1977 N/A Houston, Texas 1
126 Gino Hernandez and Jimmy Snuka (NLT) August 1977 N/A N/A 1
127 Jose Lothario (9) and Al Madril (3)  (NLT) February 1978 N/A N/A
128 Killer Tim Brooks and Leroy Brown March 31, 1978 N/A Houston, Texas 1
129 Kevin Von Erich and David Von Erich April 7, 1978 N/A Houston, Texas 1
130 Gino Hernandez (2) and Bruiser Brody (2)  August 1978 N/A Ft. Worth, Texas 1
131 Kevin Von Erich and David Von Erich September 4, 1978 N/A Ft. Worth, Texas 2
-- Vacated October 1978 -- -- -- -- The Von Erichs won the NWA American Tag Team Championship
132 Mark Lewin and White Knight October 30, 1978 N/A Ft. Worth, Texas 1
133 Bull Ramos (2) and Tiger Conway Jr. December 17, 1978 N/A Dallas, Texas 1
134 Bill White and El Gran Goliath  February 26, 1979 N/A Ft. Worth, Texas 1
135 David Von Erich (3) and Tiger Conway Jr. (2) March 18, 1979 N/A Dallas, Texas 1
Championship history is unrecorded from March 18, 1979 to July 23, 1979.
-- Vacated July 23, 1979 -- -- -- -- championship vacated for undocumented reasons
136 Kerry Von Erich and Bruiser Brody (3)  July 23, 1979 N/A Ft. Worth, Texas 1
137 The Spoiler and Mark Lewin (2) September 17, 1979 N/A Ft. Worth, Texas 1
-- Vacated 1979 -- -- -- -- championship vacated for undocumented reasons
138 Kerry Von Erich (2) and Tiger Conway Jr. (3) 1980 N/A N/A 1
Championship history is unrecorded from 1980 to 1980.
139 Gino Hernandez (3) and Pak Song (2) 1980 N/A N/A 1
Championship history is unrecorded from 1980 to August 1, 1980.
140 Kerry Von Erich (3) and Sweet Brown Sugar August 1, 1980 N/A Houston, Texas 1
Championship history is unrecorded from August 1, 1980 to October 30, 1980.
-- Vacated 1980 -- -- -- -- championship vacated for undocumented reasons
141 Mark Lewin (3) and The White Knight (2)  October 30, 1980 N/A Ft. Worth, Texas 1
Championship history is unrecorded from October 30, 1980 to 1980.
142 Killer Tim Brooks (2) and Stan Stasiak 1980 N/A N/A 1
-- Vacated 1981 -- -- -- -- Stasiak was suspended
143 Raul Mata and Billy White Cloud January 12, 1981 N/A Ft. Worth, Texas 1
-- Deactivated 1981 -- -- -- -- Raul Mata and Billy White Cloud, championship not promoted for years
WCWA Texas Tag Team Championship
144 Tony Atlas and Skip Young June 29, 1987 N/A Ft. Worth, Texas 1
145 John Tatum and Jack Victory January 5, 1988 N/A Ft. Worth, Texas 1
-- Vacated January 29, 1988 -- -- -- -- After a match against the Fantastics (Tommy Rogers and Bobby Fulton)
146 John Tatum and Jack Victory February 14, 1988 N/A Ft. Worth, Texas 2
147 Steve Simpson and Shaun Simpson March 20, 1988 N/A Ft. Worth, Texas 1
148 John Tatum and Jack Victory April 8, 1988 N/A Ft. Worth, Texas 3
149 Steve Simpson and Shaun Simpson July 25, 1988 N/A Temple, Texas 2
150 John Tatum (4) and Jimmy Jack Funk September 5, 1988 N/A Ft. Worth, Texas 1
151 The Samoan Swat Team
(Fatu and Samu)
September 12, 1988 N/A Ft. Worth, Texas 1
-- Vacated December 1988 -- -- -- -- The Samoan Swat Team left WCWA
152 Beauty and The Beast
(Terrence Garvin and The Beast)
March 3, 1989 N/A Ft. Worth, Texas 1
153 Steve Simpson and Shaun Simpson April 28, 1989 N/A Ft. Worth, Texas 3
-- Deactivated 1989 -- -- -- -- WCWA merged with the CWA to create the United States Wrestling Association
NWA South West - NWA Texas Tag Team Championship
154 Gen-X-Crew
(Zane Morris and Ian St. James)
July 20, 1998 N/A N. Richland Hills, Texas 1
155 Team Extreme
(Khris Germany and Kit Carson)
August 7, 1998 N/A N. Richland Hills, Texas 1
-- Vacated February 26, 1999 -- -- -- -- After the champions no-show a title defense
155 Moody's Mob
(Bull Schmitt and New Dr. X)
March 14, 1999 N/A N. Richland Hills, Texas 1
156 Team Extreme June 4, 1999 N/A N. Richland Hills, Texas 2
-- Vacated September 25, 1999 -- -- -- -- Won the NWA World Tag Team Championship
157 Canyon and Bull Schmidt October 1, 1999 N/A N. Richland Hills, Texas 1
158 Sterling Studs
(Mike Fox and Trent Atkins)
November 5, 1999 N/A N. Richland Hills, Texas 1
159 The Rebellion
(Kurt Reigns and Tejas)
January 1, 2000 N/A N. Richland Hills, Texas 1
160 Naughty by Nature
(Rude and Tully)
March 24, 2000 N/A N. Richland Hills, Texas 1
161 The Rebellion
(Kurt Reigns and Tejas)
April 7, 2000 N/A Dynersburg, Tennessee 2
162 Salt and Pepper
(Jimmy James and Action Jackson)
July 17, 2000 N/A N. Richland Hills, Texas 1
163 The Blackbird Posse
(Larry Green and Chris Young)
November 17, 2000 N/A N. Richland Hills, Texas 1
164 Hell's Crew
(Gravedigger and The Dark Angel)
December 12, 2000 N/A N. Richland Hills, Texas 1
165 Black Attack
(Al Jackson and Mike Anthony)
January 19, 2001 N/A N. Richland Hills, Texas 1
166 The Blackbird Posse
(Larry Green and Chris Young)
March 16, 2001 N/A N. Richland Hills, Texas 2
167 Black Attack
(Al Jackson and Mike Anthony)
April 13, 2001 N/A N. Richland Hills, Texas 2
168 J.P. Black and Mike Thunder September 7, 2001 N/A N. Richland Hills, Texas 1
169 Black Attack
(Al Jackson and Mike Anthony)
September 30, 2001 N/A San Antonio, Texas 3
170 J.P. Black and Mike Thunder February 8, 2002 N/A N. Richland Hills, Texas 2
171 The Blackbird Posse
(Larry Green and Chris Young)
February 22, 2002 N/A N. Richland Hills, Texas 3
172 Justin 2 Fine and B.J. Turner June 21, 2002 N/A N. Richland Hills, Texas 1
-- Vacated June 11, 2003 -- -- -- -- After the team failed to defend the championship
173 Texas Trailer Trash
(Harley Johnson and Hugh Rogue)
June 28, 2003 N/A Ft. Worth, Texas 1
174 Hallomass
(Joey Corman and Samir)
November 22, 2003 N/A Tyler, Texas 1
-- Vacated May 10, 2004 -- -- -- -- Team broke up to focus on singles competition
175 Texas Trailer Trash
(Harley Johnson and Bobby 2 Badd)
June 19, 2004 N/A Dallas, Texas 1
-- Vacated January 2006 -- -- -- -- Team broke up
176 The Re-Gex
(Mace and Seth Shai)
January 28, 2006 N/A Ft. Worth, Texas 1
177 Chaz Taylor and Fast Eddie May 12, 2006 N/A Houston, Texas 1
178 The Crusaders
(Pop'N and Loc)
August 25, 2006 N/A Houston, Texas 1
179 The Blacktinos
(D.J. King and Galan Ramirez)
February 9, 2007 N/A Cypress, Texas 1
180 Chaz Taylor and Mr. Destiny October 12, 2007 N/A Cypress, Texas 1
181 The Blacktinos
(D.J. King and Galan Ramirez)
June 13, 2008 N/A Houston, Texas 2
182 Texas Regulators
(Crash and Widowmaker)
July 19, 2008 N/A Dallas, Texas 1
183 High Society
(Prince Al Farat and Thomas Trump)
October 11, 2008 N/A Dallas, Texas 1
184 Team Texas
(Chaz Taylor and Austin Rhodes)
March 21, 2009 N/A Livingston, Texas 1
185 The Canadian Sex Pistols
(Shawn Mills and Cody Jones)
August 30, 2009 N/A Amarillo, Texas 1
186 The Texas Hearthrobs
(Shawn Sanders and Bryce Payne)
April 10, 2010 N/A Amarillo, Texas 1
187 Pretty Flawless
(Jerome Daniels and Nobe Bryant)
June 1, 2010 N/A Whitesboro, Texas 1
188 Impeccable
(Ken Carson and Joey Figueroa)
November 12, 2010 N/A Cypress, Texas 1
189 Gulf Coast Connection
(Ben Galvan and Rudy Russo)
January 7, 2011 N/A Robstown, Texas 1
190 Impeccable
(Ken Carson and Joey Figueroa)
February 11, 2011 N/A Cypress, Texas 2

Championship tournaments

NWA Texas Tag Team Championship Tournament (1952)

The NWA Texas Tag Team Tournament was a one-night single elimination tag team tournament held in Fort Worth, Texas on December 1, 1952, for the vacant NWA Texas Tag Team Championship.[4]

Quarterfinals Semifinals Final
         
BYE
BYE
Cowboy Carlson and Billy Varga
Cyclone Anaya and Gory Guerrero
Cyclone Anaya and Gory Guerrero
Marvin Jones and Jack O'Reilley
Cyclone Anaya and Gory Guerrero
Red Berry and Duke Keomuka
Roy Graham and Jack O'Brien
Andre Drapp and Ray Gunkel
Roy Graham and Jack O'Brien
Red Berry and Duke Keomuka
BYE
BYE

NWA Texas Tag Team Championship Tournament (1967)

The NWA Texas Tag Team Tournament was a one-night single elimination tag team tournament held in San Antonio, Texas on May 3, 1967, for the vacant NWA Texas Tag Team Championship.[5]

Quarterfinals Semifinals Final
         
Paul DeMarco and Luis Hernandez
Kenji Shibuya and Mike Paidousis
Paul DeMarco and Luis Hernandez
BYE
BYE
BYE
Paul DeMarco and Luis Hernandez
Jim Bernard and Tarzan Tyler
Jim Bernard and Tarzan Tyler
Bob Ellis and Yamamoto
Jim Bernard and Tarzan Tyler
Bearcat Wright and Buddy Moreno
BYE
BYE

NWA Texas Tag Team Championship Tournament (1978)

The NWA Texas Tag Team Tournament was a one-night single elimination tag team tournament held in Fort Worth, Texas on October 30, 1978, for the vacant NWA Texas Tag Team Championship.[6]

Semifinals Final
      
1 Mark Lewin and White Knight
4 Al Madril and Reggie Parks
Mark Lewin and White Knight
Mando Guerrero and Tiger Conway, Jr.
3 Bruiser Brody and Bill White
2 Mando Guerrero and Tiger Conway, Jr.

WCCW Texas Tag Team Championship Tournament (1987)

The WCCW Texas Tag Team Tournament was a one-night single elimination tag team tournament held in Fort Worth, Texas on June 29, 1987, for the vacant WCCW Texas Tag Team Championship.[7]

Semifinals Qualifiers Finalists Finals
        
Tony Atlas and Skip Young
Brian Adias and Al Perez
Tony Atlas and Skip Young
BYE
BYE
BYE
Tony Atlas and Skip Young
Killer Brooks and Len Denton
The Rock 'n' Roll RPMs
(Tommy Lane and Mike Davis)
Al Madril and Manuel Villalobos
The Rock 'n' Roll RPMs
Killer Brooks and Len Denton
Matt Borne and Steve Simpson
Killer Brooks and Len Denton
Tony Atlas and Skip Young
Ted Arcidi and Texas Red
Ted Arcidi and Texas Red
Bruiser Brody and The Spoiler
Ted Arcidi and Texas Red
The Fantastics
(Bobby Fulton and Tommy Rogers)
BYE
BYE
Ted Arcidi and Texas Red
BYE
BYE
BYE
BYE
BYE
BYE
BYE

See also

References

  1. ^ a b Royal Duncan & Gary Will (2006). Wrestling Title Histories (4th ed.). Archeus Communications. ISBN 0-9698161-5-4.
  2. ^ wrestling-titles.com. "history of the Texas Tag Team title". Retrieved .
  3. ^ Hoops, Brian (February 28, 2017). "Daily pro wrestling history (02/27): NXT takes over". Wrestling Observer Figure Four Online. Retrieved 2017.
  4. ^ "Texas Tag Title Tournament 1952". ProWrestlingHistory.com.
  5. ^ "Texas Tag Title Tournament 1967". ProWrestlingHistory.com.
  6. ^ "Texas Tag Title Tournament 1978". ProWrestlingHistory.com.
  7. ^ "Texas Tag Title Tournament 1987". ProWrestlingHistory.com.

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