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NWA World Tag Team Championship Texas Version
NWA World Tag Team Championship
(Texas version)
Details
PromotionNWA Southwest Sports
World Class Championship Wrestling
Date establishedJuly 1957
Date retired1982

The Texas version of the NWA World Tag Team Championship was the main tag team professional wrestling championship in the Dallas/Houston-based Southwest Sports territory of the National Wrestling Alliance.[1][2] While the name indicates that it was defended worldwide, this version of the NWA World Tag Team Championship was mainly defended in the eastern part of Texas. The championship was created in 1957 and actively promoted by Southwest Sports until 1968, when it was abandoned.[1][2] The championship was later brought back by the Dallas-based World Class Championship Wrestling (WCCW) promotion in 1981, and was used until 1982 when WCCW decided to use the NWA American Tag Team Championship as their top tag team championship.[3][4] As it is a professional wrestling championship, it is won not by actual competition, but by a scripted ending to a match.[5]

The NWA Board of Directors allowed any member of the NWA to create a version of the NWA World Tag Team Championship, which led to as many as 13 identically-named championships active in 1957.[Championships] From 1959 until 1969 there was a second NWA World Tag Team Championship promoted in Texas, referred to as the Amarillo version or the West Texas version; this was later replaced with the NWA Western States Tag Team Championship.[6][7]

The first championship team was that of Verne Gagne and Wilbur Snyder, who were awarded the championship in July 1958 by Southwest Sports. The last recorded champions of the Southwest Sports era were Mr. Ito and Chati Yokochi, who won the championship on December 12, 1968, with the championship being abandoned in 1969 or 1970. When the championship was reintroduced in 1981, promoter Fritz Von Erich brought in the team of Hercules Ayala and Ali Mustafa, billing them as champions from a different region to give the championship an air of legitimacy. The last champions were Fritz's son Kerry Von Erich and Al Madril, who won the championship in April 1981. The longest-reigning championship team was Pepper Gomez and Rocky Romero, whose reign in the Southwest Sports era lasted between 274 and 303 days. Due to vague records of the time, the exact number of days that various championship reigns lasted is impossible to determine, as is which team held the championship for the shortest amount of time. The Von Brauners (Kurt and Karl Von Brauner) hold the record for most reigns as a team, a total of four, while Pepper Gomez and Duke Keomuka both held the championship six times with different partners.

Title history

Key

Symbol Meaning
No. The overall championship reign
Reign The reign number for the specific wrestler listed.
Event The event promoted by the respective promotion in which the title changed hands
N/A The specific information is not known
-- Used for vacated reigns so as not to count it as an official reign
[Note] Indicates that the exact length of the title reign is unknown, with a note providing more details
No. Champions Reign Date Days held Location Event Notes Ref(s)
1 Verne Gagne and Wilbur Snyder 1 July 1958 [Note 1] N/A N/A Awarded [1][2]
2 Bill Longson and Ike Eakins 1 August 1958 [Note 2] Texas House show   [1][2]
3 Pepper Gomez and El Medico 1 August 22, 1958 87 Houston, Texas House show   [1][2]
4 The Fabulous Kangaroos
(Al Costello and Roy Heffernan)
1 November 17, 1958 14 Ft. Worth, Texas House show   [1][2]
5 Pepper Gomez (2) and Rito Romero 1 December 1, 1958 [Note 3] Ft. Worth, Texas House show   [1][2]
6 Duke Keomuka and Mr. Moto 1 September 1959 [Note 4] Texas House show   [1][2]
7 Pepper Gomez (3) and Ciclone Anaya 1 December 8, 1959 52 Dallas, Texas House show   [1][2]
8 Joe Christie and Man Mountain Managoff 1 January 29, 1960 14 Houston, Texas House show   [1][2]
9 Hogan Wharton and Adnon Kaisy 1 February 12, 1960 49 Houston, Texas House show   [1][2][8]
10 Danny McShain and Joe Christie (2) 1 April 1, 1960 [Note 5] Houston, Texas House show   [1][2]
11 Pepper Gomez (4) and Torbellino Blanco 1 May 1960 [Note 6] Texas House show   [1][2]
12 Pepper Gomez (5) and Wilbur Snyder 1 September 1960 [Note 7] N/A N/A Blanco gave his half to Snyder [1][2]
13 Rito Romero (2) and Dory Dixon 1 May 5, 1961 21 Houston, Texas House show   [1][2][9]
14 Duke Keomuka (2) and Tony Martin 1 May 26, 1961 21 Houston, Texas House show   [1][2][10]
15 Pepper Gomez (6) and Dory Dixon (2) 1 June 16, 1961 [Note 8] Houston, Texas House show   [1][2]
16 Dalton Brothers
(Jack and Jim Dalton)
1 November 1961 [Note 9] Texas House show   [1][2]
17 Dory Dixon (3) and Ciclon Negro 1 April 27, 1962 [Note 10] Houston, Texas House show   [1][2]
18 Dalton Brothers
(Jack and Jim Dalton)
2 1962 [Note 11] Texas House show   [1][2]
19 Kozak Brothers
(Nick and Jerry Kozak)
1 June 8, 1962 70 Houston, Texas House show   [1][2]
20 Tarzan Tyler and The Alaskan 1 August 17, 1962 21 Houston, Texas House show   [1][2]
21 Duke Keomuka (3) and Taro Miyake 1 September 7, 1962 21 Houston, Texas House show   [1][2]
22 Mike Clancy and Red McKim 1 September 28, 1962 14 Houston, Texas House show   [1][2]
23 Duke Keomuka (4) and Taro Miyake 2 October 12, 1962 21 Houston, Texas House show   [1][2]
24 Ciclon Negro (2) and Oscar Salazar 1 November 2, 1962 18 Houston, Texas House show   [1][2]
25 Tony Borne and Ivan the Terrible 1 November 20, 1962 70 Houston, Texas House show   [1][2]
26 Bull Curry and Lucas Pertano 1 January 29, 1963 7 Houston, Texas House show   [1][2]
27 Rip Hawk and Rock Hunter 1 February 5, 1963 44 Houston, Texas House show   [1][2]
28 Kozak Brothers
(Nick and Jerry Kozak)
2 March 21, 1963 135 Austin, Texas House show   [1][2]
29 The Von Brauners
(Kurt and Karl Von Brauner
1 July 5, 1963 [Note 12] Houston, Texas House show   [1][2]
30 Dalton Brothers
(Jack and Jim Dalton)
3 August 1963 [Note 13] Texas House show   [1][2]
31 Ciclon Negro (3) and Ricki Starr 1 August 16, 1963 [Note 14] Houston, Texas House show   [1][2]
-- Inactive -- 1963 -- N/A N/A Championship not promoted for around two years [1][2]
32 Fritz Von Erich and Killer Karl Kox 1 June 29, 1965 [Note 15] Dallas, Texas House show Defeated Eddie Graham and Sam Steamboat to win the championship [1][2]
33 Duke Keomuka (5) and Kanji Inoki 1 1965-1966 [Note 15] Texas House show   [1][2]
34 The Destroyer and Golden Terror 1 February 8, 1966 21 Dallas, Texas House show   [1][2][11]
35 Fritz Von Erich (2) and Duke Keomuka (6) 1 March 1, 1966 [Note 16] Dallas, Texas House show   [1][2]
36 The Internationals
(Al Costello and Karl Von Brauner (2))
1 November 1966 [Note 17] Texas House show   [1][2]
-- Vacated -- 1967 -- N/A N/A Championship vacated for undocumented reasons. [1][2]
37 Nick Kozak (3) and Danny Miller 1 June 8, 1967 [Note 18] Amarillo, Texas House show Defeat the Medics to win the championship [1][2]
-- Vacated -- 1967 -- N/A N/A Championship vacated or undocumented reasons. [1][2]
38 The Von Brauners
(Kurt and Karl Von Brauner (3))
2 November 15, 1967 162 Texas House show Defeat Gory Guerrero and Luis Hernandez [1][2]
39 Nick Bockwinkel and Ricky Romero 1 April 25, 1968 28 Texas House show   [1][2]
40 The Von Brauners
(Kurt and Karl Von Brauner (4))
3 May 23, 1968 26 Amarillo, Texas House show   [1][2]
41 Dory Funk Jr. and Terry Funk 1 June 18, 1968 100 San Angelo, Texas House show   [1][2]
42 The Infernos
(Inferno #1 and Inferno #2)
1 September 26, 1968 21 Amarillo, Texas House show   [1][2]
43 Dory Funk Jr. and Terry Funk 2 October 17, 1968 56 Amarillo, Texas House show   [1][2]
44 Mr. Ito and Chati Yokouchi 1 December 12, 1968 [Note 15] Amarillo, Texas House show   [1][2]
-- Inactive -- 1969/1970 -- N/A N/A Championship abandoned [1][2]
45 Hercules Ayala and Ali Mustafa 1 January 1981 [Note 19] N/A Big Time Wrestling Show Awarded [3][4]
46 The Von Erichs
David and Kevin Von Erich
1 February 1981 [Note 20] Dallas, Texas Big Time Wrestling Show   [3][4]
47 Great Kabuki and Chang Chung 1 1981 [Note 21] Texas Big Time Wrestling Show   [3][4]
48 Kerry Von Erich and Terry Orndorff 1 October 1981 [Note 22] Dallas, Texas Big Time Wrestling Show   [3][4]
49 Bill Irwin and Frank Dusek 1 November 1981 [Note 23] N/A N/A Awarded [3][4]
50 Kerry Von Erich (2) and Al Madril 1 December 1981 [Note 24] Ft. Worth, Texas Big Time Wrestling Show   [3][4]
51 Bill Irwin (2) and Bugsy McGraw 1 April 1982 [Note 25] Lawton, Oklahoma WCCW Show   [3][4]
52 Kerry Von Erich (3) and Al Madril 2 April 1981 [Note 26] Ft. Worth, Texas WCCW Show   [3][4]
-- Retired -- 1982 -- N/A N/A Championship abandoned by WCCW. [3][4]

Team reigns by combined length

Key

Symbol Meaning
¤ The exact length of at least one title reign is uncertain, so the shortest possible length is used.
Rank Team No. of reigns Combined days
1 Pepper Gomez and Rito Romero 1 274¤
2 Fritz Von Erich and Duke Keomuka 1 245¤
3 Pepper Gomez and Wilbur Snyder 1 217¤
4 The Von Brauners 4 216
5 The Kozak Brothers 2 205
6 Dory Funk Jr. and Terry Funk 2 156
7 The Dalton Brothers 3 150¤
8 Pepper Gomez and Dory Dixon 1 130¤
9 Pepper Gomez and Torbelino Blanco 1 93¤
10 Pepper Gomez and El Medico 1 87
11 Tony Borne and Ivan the Terrible 1 70
12 Duke Keomuka and Mr. Moto 1 69¤
13 Kerry Von Erich and Al Madril 2 62¤
14 Pepper Gomez and Ciclone Anaya 1 52
15 Hogan Wharton and Adnon Kaisy 1 49
16 Rip Hawk and Rock Hunter 1 44
17 Duke Keomuka and Taro Miyake 2 42
18 The Internationals 1 32¤
19 Danny McShain and Joe Christie 1 30¤
20 Nick Bockwinkel and Ricky Romero 1 28
21 Duke Keomuka and Tony Martin 1 21
Rito Romero and Dory Dixon 1 21
Tarzan Tyler and The Alaskan 1 21
The Destroyer and Golden Terror 1 21
The Infernos 1 21
26 Ciclon Negro and Oscar Salazar 1 18
27 Joe Christie and Man Mountain Managoff 1 14
Mike Clancy and Red McKim 1 14
The Fabulous Kangaroos 1 14
30 Bull and Lucas Pertano 1 7
31 Ciclon Negro and Ricki Starr 1
Dory Dixon and Ciclon Negro 1
Verne Gagne and Wilbur Snyder 1
Great Kabuki and Chang Chung 1
Hercules Ayala and Ali Mustafa 1
Bill Irwin and Bugsy McGraw 1
Bill Irwin and Frank Dusek 1
Nick Kozak and Danny Miller 1
Bill Longson and Ike Eakins 1
Kerry Von Erich and Terry Orndorff 1
41 Mr. Ito and Chati Yokouchi 1 ¤
Duke Keomuka and Kanji Inoki 1 ¤
Fritz Von Erich and Killer Karl Kox 1 ¤

Individual reigns by combined length

Key

Symbol Meaning
¤ The exact length of at least one title reign is uncertain, so the shortest possible length is used.
Rank Wrestler No. of reigns Combined days
1 Pepper Gomez 6 861¤
2 Duke Keomuka 6 318¤
3 Rito Romero 2 295¤
4 Karl Von Brauner 5 248¤
5 Fritz Von Erich 2 245¤
6 Wilbur Snyder 2 218¤
7 Kurt Von Brauner 4 216
8 Nick Kozak 3 206¤
9 Jerry Kozak 2 205
10 Dory Dixon 3 160¤
11 Dory Funk Jr. 2 156
12 Terry Funk 2 156
13 Jack Dalton 3 150¤
Jim Dalton 3 150¤
15 Torbellino Blanco 1 93¤
16 El Medico 1 87
17 Tony Borne 1 70
18 Ivan the Terrible 1 70
19 Mr. Moto 1 69¤
20 Kerry Von Erich 3 63¤
21 Al Madril 2 62¤
22 Ciclone Anaya 1 52
23 Adnon Kaisy 1 49
24 Hogan Wharton 1 49
25 Al Costello 2 46¤
26 Joe Christie 2 44¤
Rock Hunter 1 44
Hawk 1 44
29 Taro Miyake 2 42
30 Danny McShain 1 30¤
31 Nick Bockwinkel 1 28
Ricky Romero 1 28
33 The Alaskan 1 21
The Destroyer 1 21
Golden Terror 1 21
Inferno #1 1 21
Inferno #2 1 21
Tony Martin 1 21
Tarzan Tyler 1 21
40 Oscar Salazar 1 18
41 Mike Clancy 1 14
Roy Heffernan 1 14
Man Mountain Managoff 1 14
Red McKim 1 14
45 Bull Pertano 1 7
Lucas Pertano 1 7
47 Ciclon Negro 3
48 Bill Irwin 2
49 Chang Chung 1
Frank Dusek 1
Ike Eakins 1
Verne Gagne 1
Great Kabuki 1
Hercules Ayala 1
Bill Longson 1
Bugsy McGraw 1
Danny Miller 1
Ali Mustafa 1
Terry Orndorff 1
Ricki Starr 1
61 Kanji Inoki 1 ¤
Mr. Ito 1 ¤
Killer Karl Kox 1 ¤
Chati Yokouchi 1 ¤

See also

Footnotes

  1. ^ The exact date on which Gagne an Snyder won and lost the title is unknown, which means the title reign lasted between 1 day and 60 days.
  2. ^ The exact date on which Longson and Eakins won the title is unknown, which means the title reign lasted between 1 day and 21 days.
  3. ^ The exact date on which Gomez and Romer lost the title is unknown, which means the title reign lasted between 274 and 303 days.
  4. ^ The exact date on which Keomuka and Mr. Moto lost the title is unknown, which means the title reign lasted between 69 and 98 days.
  5. ^ The exact date on which McShain and Christie lost the title is unknown, which means the title reign lasted between 30 and 60 days.
  6. ^ The exact date on which Blanco gave Snyder the title is unknown, which means the title reign lasted between 93 and 152 days.
  7. ^ The exact date on which Gomez and Snyder won the title is unknown, which means the title reign lasted between 217 and 246 days.
  8. ^ The exact date on which Gomez and Dixon lost the title is unknown, which means the title reign lasted between 138 and 167 days.
  9. ^ The exact date on which the Dalton Brothers won the title is unknown, which means the title reign lasted between 148 and 177 days.
  10. ^ The exact date on which Dixon and Ciclon Negro lost the title is unknown, which means the title reign lasted between 1 day and 40 days.
  11. ^ The exact date on which the Dalton Brothers won the title is unknown, which means the title reign lasted between 1 day and 40 days.
  12. ^ The exact date on which the Von Brauners lost the title is unknown, which means the title reign lasted between 27 and 42 days.
  13. ^ The exact date on which the Dalton Brothers won the title is unknown, which means the title reign lasted between 1 day and 15 days.
  14. ^ The exact date on which the title was abandoned is unknown, which means the title reign lasted between 1 day and 137 days.
  15. ^ a b c The length of this championship reign is too uncertain to calculate.
  16. ^ The exact date on which Von Erich and Keomuka lost the title is unknown, which means the title reign lasted between 245 and 274 days.
  17. ^ The exact date on which the title was vacated is unknown, which means the title reign lasted between 32 and 218 days.
  18. ^ The exact date on which the championship was vacated is unknown, which means the title reign lasted between 1 day and 160 days.
  19. ^ The exact date on which Ayala and Mustafa won and lost the title is unknown, which means the title reign lasted between 1 day and 58 days.
  20. ^ The exact date on which the Von Erichs won and lost the title is unknown, which means the title reign lasted between 1 day and 271 days.
  21. ^ The exact date on which Kabuki and Chung won and lost the title is unknown, which means the title reign lasted between 1 day and 271 days.
  22. ^ The exact date on which Von Erich and Orndorff won and lost the title is unknown, which means the title reign lasted between 1 day and 60 days.
  23. ^ The exact date on which Irwin and Dusek lost the title is unknown, which means the title reign lasted between 1 day and 60 days.
  24. ^ The exact date on which Von Erich and Madrill lost the title is unknown, which means the title reign lasted between 91 and 150 days.
  25. ^ The exact date on which Irwin and McGraw lost the title is unknown, which means the title reign lasted between 1 day and 29 days.
  26. ^ The exact date on which the title was abandoned is unknown, which means the title reign lasted between 1 day and 274 days.

Concurrent championships

Sources for 13 simultaneous NWA World Tag Team Championships

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