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USWA Tag Team Championship
USWA Tag Team Championship
USWA World Tag Team Championship.jpg
The championship belt.
Details
PromotionUnited States Wrestling Association
Date establishedAugust 11, 1989
Date retiredNovember 1997

The USWA World Tag Team Championship was the primary professional wrestling tag team championship promoted by the Memphis, Tennessee based United States Wrestling Association (USWA). The Continental Wrestling Association and World Class Wrestling Association (WCWA) merged in 1989 to form the USWA.[1] In the merger the USWA replaced both the WCWA World Tag Team Championship and the CWA Tag Team Championship with the USWA version.[a][b] The promotion awarded Cactus Jack and Scott Braddock the championship after they won the WCWA championship on AUgust 4, 1989. The USWA closed in 1997, with PG-13 (J.C. Ice and Wolfie D) as the final champions. There were a total of 116 reigns in the eight year lifetime of the championship.[c]

The final champions, PG-13, holds the record for most championship reigns as they held the belts on 15 different occasions across the years, in addition each member also held the championship with a different partner, making them tied for most overall reigns for an individual.[c]The Moondogs (Spot and Spike) reign as champions lasted between 123 and 152 days, the longest of any championship team. In April 1992 Moondog Cujo replaced SPike, but records are unclear as to what date the change was made.[d] The teams of Jim and Ron Harris,[e]Tommy Rich and Doug Gilbert,[f] and Flash Flanagan and Nick Dinsmore, all lost the championship on the same show that they won the championship,[g] tying them for the shortest reign.[4]

As it is a professional wrestling championship, the championship was not won not by actual competition, but by a scripted ending to a match determined by the bookers and match makers.[h] On occasion the promotion declares a championship vacant, which means there is no champion at that point in time. This can either be due to a storyline,[i] or real life issues such as a champion suffering an injury being unable to defend the championship,[j] or leaving the company.[k]

Title history

Key
No. Overall reign number
Reign Reign number for the specific champion
Days Number of days held
No. Champion Championship change Reign statistics Notes Ref.
Date Event Location Reign Days
1 Cactus Jack and Scott Braddock August 4, 1989 USWA show Dallas, Texas 1 7 Defeated Jeff Jarrett and Matt Borne. [10]
2 Jeff Jarrett and Matt Borne August 11, 1989 USWA show Dallas, Texas 1 35 [10][11]
3 Sheik Braddock (2) and Mark Starr September 15, 1989 USWA show Dallas, Texas 1 7 [10][12]
-- Vacated September 22, 1989 -- Dallas, Texas -- -- Held up after a match against Jeff Jarrett and Matt Borne
4 Jeff Jarrett (2) and Matt Borne (2) September 29, 1989 USWA show Dallas, Texas 2 [l] Jarrett and Borne win rematch. [10]
-- Vacated November 1989 -- -- -- -- Borne lost a loser-leaves-USWA match.
5 Robert Fuller and Brian Lee December 1, 1989 USWA show Dallas, Texas 1 64 Defeated Jarrett and Borne in an eight team tournament final [10][13]
6 The Southern Rockers
(Rex King and Steve Doll)
February 3, 1990 USWA show Memphis, Tennessee 1 3 [10]
7 Robert Fuller and Brian Lee February 6, 1990 USWA show Louisville, Kentucky 2 6 [10]
8 The Southern Rockers
(Rex King and Steve Doll)
February 12, 1990 USWA show Memphis, Tennessee 2 75 [10][14]
9 The Uptown Posse
(Brickhouse Brown and Sweet Daddy Falcone)
April 28, 1990 USWA show Memphis, Tennessee 1 23 [10]
10 The Southern Rockers
(Rex King and Steve Doll)
May 21, 1990 USWA show Memphis, Tennessee 3 12 [10]
11 The Dirty White Boys
(Tony Anthony and Tom Burton)
June 2, 1990 USWA show Memphis, Tennessee 1 21 Defeated King in a handicap match. [5][15]
12 Rex King (4) and Joey Maggs June 23, 1990 USWA show Memphis, Tennessee 1 49 [5]
13 Brian Lee (3) and Don Harris August 11, 1990 USWA show Memphis, Tennessee 1 16 [5]
-- Vacated August 27, 1990 -- Memphis, Tennessee -- -- Held up after a match against Jeff Jarrett and Jeff Gaylord.
14 Jeff Jarrett (3) and Jeff Gaylord September 3, 1990 USWA show Memphis, Tennessee 1 7 Won rematch; defeated Lee and Chuck Casey. [5][16]
15 Brian Lee (4) and Don Harris September 10, 1990 USWA show Memphis, Tennessee 2 7 [5]
16 Jeff Jarrett (4) and Jeff Gaylord (2) September 17, 1990 USWA show Memphis, Tennessee 2 19 [5]
17 Tony Anthony (2) and Doug Gilbert October 6, 1990 USWA show Memphis, Tennessee 1 49 [5]
18 Jeff Jarrett (5) and Cody Michaels November 24, 1990 USWA show Jonesboro, Arkansas 1 14 [5][17]
19 Tony Anthony (3) and Doug Gilbert (2) December 8, 1990 USWA show Memphis, Tennessee 2 30 [5]
20 The Fabulous Ones
(Stan Lane and Steve Keirn)
January 7, 1991 USWA show Memphis, Tennessee 1 21 [5]
-- Vacated January 28, 1991 -- Memphis, Tennessee -- -- Held up in a match against Jeff Jarrett and Jerry Lawler.
21 Jeff Jarrett (6) and Jerry Lawler February 4, 1991 USWA show Memphis, Tennessee 1 50 Won rematch against The Fabulous Ones. [5]
22 The Texas Hangmen
(Killer and Psycho)
March 26, 1991 USWA show Memphis, Tennessee 1 48 Defeated Jeff Jarrett and Eddie Gilbert. [5]
23 Jeff Jarrett (7) and Robert Fuller (2) May 13, 1991 USWA show Memphis, Tennessee 1 56 [5][18]
24 The Barroom Brawlers
(Bonecrusher and Crowbar)
July 8, 1991 USWA show Memphis, Tennessee 1 7 [5]
25 Jeff Jarrett (8) and Robert Fuller (3) July 15, 1991 USWA show Memphis, Tennessee 2 75 [5]
26 The Texas Outlaws
(Bonecrusher and Crowbar)
September 28, 1991 USWA show Memphis, Tennessee 2 9 [5]
27 Jeff Jarrett (9) and Robert Fuller (4) October 7, 1991 USWA show Memphis, Tennessee 3 28 [5]
28 Doug Masters and Bart Sawyer November 4, 1991 USWA show Memphis, Tennessee 1 21 [5]
29 Robert Fuller (5) and Mike Mitchell November 25, 1991 USWA show Memphis, Tennessee 1 5 [5]
30 The Moondogs
(Spot and Spike)
November 30, 1991 USWA show Memphis, Tennessee 1 [m] Defeated Fuller by disqualification in a handicap match when Jeff Jarrett interfered. [5]
31 The Moondogs
(Spot (2) and Cujo)
April 1992 USWA show N/A 1 [n] Cujo replaced Spike after Spike left the USWA. [5]
32 Jeff Jarrett (10) and Jerry Lawler June 29, 1992 USWA show Memphis, Tennessee 2 7 [5]
33 The Moondogs
(Spot (3) and Cujo (2))
July 6, 1992 USWA show Memphis, Tennessee 2 14 [5]
34 Jeff Jarrett (11) and Jerry Lawler (3) July 20, 1992 USWA show Memphis, Tennessee 3 21 [5]
35 The Moondogs
(Spot (4) and Cujo (3))
August 10, 1992 USWA show Memphis, Tennessee 3 7 [5]
36 Jeff Jarrett (12) and Jerry Lawler (4) August 17, 1992 USWA show Memphis, Tennessee 4 47 [5]
37 The Moondogs
(Spot (5) and Spike (2))
October 3, 1992 USWA show Memphis, Tennessee 2 86 Defeated Lawler in a handicap match. [5]
38 The Harris Brothers (Ron and Don (3)) December 28, 1992 USWA show Memphis, Tennessee 1 14 [5]
39 The Moondogs
(Spot (6) and Spike (2))
January 11, 1993 USWA show Memphis, Tennessee 2 7 [5]
-- Vacated January 18, 1993 -- -- -- -- Spike left the USWA.
40 The Harris Brothers
(Ron and Don (4))
January 25, 1993 USWA show Memphis, Tennessee 2 7 Defeated Jeff Jarrett and Jerry Lawler in a tournament final. [5]
41 The Moondogs
(Spot (7) and Splat)
February 1, 1993 USWA show Memphis, Tennessee 1 14 [5]
42 The Harris Brothers
(Ron and Don (5))
February 15, 1993 USWA show Memphis, Tennessee 3 7 [5][19]
43 The Moondogs
(Spot (8) and Splat)
February 22, 1993 USWA show Memphis, Tennessee 2 14 [5][20]
44 Brian Christopher and Big Black Dog March 8, 1993 USWA show Memphis, Tennessee 1 7 [5]
45 The Moondogs
(Spot (9) and Splat)
March 15, 1993 USWA show Memphis, Tennessee 3 7 [5]
46 Brian Christopher (2) and Scotty Flamingo March 22, 1993 USWA show Memphis, Tennessee 1 7 [5]
47 The Moondogs
(Spot (10) and Splat (4))
March 29, 1993 USWA show Memphis, Tennessee 4 14 [5]
48 Simply Devine
(Rex King and Steve Doll)
April 12, 1993 USWA show Memphis, Tennessee 4 70 [5]
49 New Jack and Homeboy June 21, 1993 USWA show Memphis, Tennessee 1 14 [5]
50 C.W. Bergstrom and Melvin Penrod, Jr. July 5, 1993 USWA show Memphis, Tennessee 1 28 [5]
51 The Moondogs
(Spike (3) and Cujo (4))
August 2, 1993 USWA show Memphis, Tennessee 1 14 [5]
52 The Dog Catchers
(Dog Catcher #1 and Dog Catcher #2)
August 16, 1993 USWA show Memphis, Tennessee 3 21 The Dog Catchers were formerly known as Bone Crusher and Crowbar. [5]
53 The Moondogs
(Spike (4) and Cujo (5))
September 6, 1993 USWA show Memphis, Tennessee 2 7 [5]
54 The Dog Catchers
(Dog Catcher #1 and Dog Catcher #2 )
September 13, 1993 USWA show Memphis, Tennessee 4 21 [5]
55 Moondog Spike (5) and Mike Anthony October 4, 1993 USWA show Memphis, Tennessee 1 12 [5]
-- Vacated October 16, 1993 -- -- -- -- Anthony was injured by Moondogs Spike and Splat.
56 Jeff Jarrett (13) and Brian Christopher (3) October 25, 1993 USWA show Memphis, Tennessee 1 7 Defeated Jerry Lawler and Red Knight in tournament final. [5]
57 Koko B. Ware and Rex Hargrove November 1, 1993 USWA show Memphis, Tennessee 1 7 [5]
58 Jeff Jarrett (14) and Brian Christopher (4) November 8, 1993 USWA show Memphis, Tennessee 2 19 [5]
59 PG-13
(J.C. Ice and Wolfie D)
November 27, 1993 USWA show Memphis, Tennessee 1 2 Defeated Christopher in a handicap match. [5]
60 Jeff Gaylord (2) and Mike Anthony (2) November 29, 1993 USWA show Memphis, Tennessee 1 7 [5]
61 The War Machines December 6, 1993 USWA show Memphis, Tennessee 1 9 [5]
62 Far 2 Wild
(Todd Morton and Chris Michaels)
December 15, 1993 USWA show Evansville, IN 1 19 [5]
-- Vacated January 3, 1994 -- Memphis, Tennessee -- -- Held up after a match against PG-13.
63 Far 2 Wild
(Todd Morton and Chris Michaels)
January 8, 1994 USWA show Memphis, Tennessee 2 2 Far 2 Wild wins rematch. [5]
64 The Harris Brothers
(Ron and Don (6))
January 10, 1994 USWA show Memphis, Tennessee 4 13 [5]
65 Rock 'N Roll Express
(Ricky Morton and Robert Gibson)
January 23, 1994 USWA show Memphis, Tennessee 1 8 [5][21]
66 The Moondogs
(Spot (11) and Rex)
January 31, 1994 USWA show Memphis, Tennessee 1 75 [5]
-- Vacated April 16, 1994 -- Memphis, Tennessee -- -- Held up after match against Billy Travis and Don Bass.
-- Vacated April 18, 1994 -- Memphis, Tennessee -- -- Bass and Travis won rematch, however the titles were vacated.
67 Brian Christopher (5) and Eddie Gilbert April 23, 1994 USWA show Jonesboro, Arkansas 1 9 Defeated The Eliminators in tournament final.
68 The Eliminators
(Saturn and Kronus)
May 2, 1994 USWA show Memphis, Tennessee 1 42 [5]
69 PG-13
(J.C. Ice and Wolfie D)
June 13, 1994 USWA show Memphis, Tennessee 2 56 [5]
-- Vacated August 8, 1994 -- Memphis, Tennessee -- -- Held up after match against Dante and The Great Mephisto.
70 Dante and The Great Mephisto August 15, 1994 USWA show Memphis, Tennessee 1 14 Won rematch. [5][22]
71 PG-13
(J.C. Ice and Wolfie D)
August 29, 1994 USWA show Memphis, Tennessee 3 49 [5]
72 The Phantoms
(Tragedy and Sorrow)
October 17, 1994 USWA show Memphis, Tennessee 1 7 [5]
73 The Moondogs
(Spot (12) and Rex (2))
October 24, 1994 USWA show Memphis, Tennessee 2 21 [5]
-- Vacated November 14, 1994 -- Memphis, Tennessee -- -- Held up after match against Ron and Jim Harris.
74 The Moondogs
(Spot (13) and Rex (3))
November 21, 1994 USWA show Memphis, Tennessee 3 35 Won rematch. [5]
75 Beauty and the Beast
(Ron (5) and Jim Harris)
December 26, 1994 USWA show Memphis, Tennessee 1 0 [5]
76 PG-13
(J.C. Ice and Wolfie D)
December 26, 1994 USWA show Memphis, Tennessee 4 14 [5]
77 Tommy Rich and Doug Gilbert (3) January 9, 1995 USWA show Memphis, Tennessee 1 0 [5]
78 PG-13
(J.C. Ice and Wolfie D)
January 9, 1995 USWA show Memphis, Tennessee 5 5 [5]
79 Tommy Rich and Doug Gilbert (4) January 14, 1995 USWA show Memphis, Tennessee 2 58 [5]
80 PG-13
(J.C. Ice and Wolfie D)
March 13, 1995 USWA show Memphis, Tennessee 6 33 [5]
81 Brickhouse Brown (2) and The Gambler April 15, 1995 USWA show Memphis, Tennessee 1 16 [5]
82 PG-13
(J.C. Ice and Wolfie D)
May 1, 1995 USWA show Memphis, Tennessee 7 56 [5]
-- Vacated June 26, 1995 -- Memphis, Tennessee -- -- Held up after a match against the Rock 'N Roll Express.
83 Rock 'N Roll Express
(Ricky Morton and Robert Gibson)
July 3, 1995 USWA show Memphis, Tennessee 2 7 Won rematch. [5][23]
84 PG-13
(J.C. Ice and Wolfie D)
July 10, 1995 USWA show Memphis, Tennessee 8 28 [5]
85 The Heavenly Bodies
(Tom Prichard and Jimmy Del Ray)
August 7, 1995 USWA show Memphis, Tennessee 1 14 [5]
-- Vacated August 21, 1995 -- Memphis, Tennessee -- -- Held up and later vacated after a match against PG-13.
86 PG-13
(J.C. Ice and Wolfie D)
August 28, 1995 USWA show Memphis, Tennessee 9 61 Defeated Tracy Smothers and Terry Gordy in tournament final. [5]
87 Tracy Smothers and Jesse James Armstrong October 28, 1995 USWA show Memphis, Tennessee 1 67 [5]
88 Tommy Rich and Doug Gilbert (5) January 3, 1996 USWA show Memphis, Tennessee 3 10 [5]
89 PG-13
(J.C. Ice and Wolfie D)
January 13, 1996 USWA show Memphis, Tennessee 10 32 [5][24]
90 Tracy Smothers and Jesse James Armstrong February 14, 1996 USWA show Memphis, Tennessee 2 3 [5][25]
91 PG-13
(J.C. Ice and Wolfie D)
February 17, 1996 USWA show Memphis, Tennessee 11 11 [5][26]
92 Tommy Rich and Doug Gilbert (6) February 28, 1996 USWA show Memphis, Tennessee 4 26 [5]
93 Cyberpunks (Fire and Ice) March 25, 1996 USWA show Memphis, Tennessee 12 54 PG-13 wearing masks [5]
94 Jerry Lawler (5) and Bill Dundee May 18, 1996 USWA show Memphis, Tennessee 1 [o] [5]
-- Vacated June 1996 -- -- -- -- Dundee lost a 30-day loser leaves town match.
95 Flex Kavana and Bart Sawyer (2) June 17, 1996 USWA show Memphis, Tennessee 1 14 Defeated Brickhouse Brown and Reggie B. Fine in tournament final. [5]
96 Jerry Lawler (6) and Bill Dundee July 1, 1996 USWA show Memphis, Tennessee 2 7 [5][27]
97 Flex Kavana and Bart Sawyer (3) July 8, 1996 USWA show Memphis, Tennessee 2 7 [5]
98 Brickhouse Brown (3) and Reggie B. Fine July 15, 1996 USWA show Memphis, Tennessee 1 31 [5]
99 The Moondogs
(Spot (14) and Rover)
August 5, 1996 USWA show Memphis, Tennessee 1 29 [5]
100 Bill Dundee (3) and Jamie Dundee (13) September 3, 1996 USWA show Louisville, Kentucky 1 70 [5][16][6]
-- Vacated October 12, 1996 -- Memphis, Tennessee -- -- Held up after a match against Brian Christopher and Wolfie D.
101 Brian Christopher (6) and Wolfie D (13) October 21, 1996 USWA show Memphis, Tennessee 1 19 Won rematch. [6]
102 The Harris Brothers
(Ron (6) and Don (7))
November 9, 1996 USWA show Memphis, Tennessee 5 14 [6]
103 Flash Flanagan and Steven Dunn (5) November 23, 1996 USWA show Memphis, Tennessee 1 34 [6][28]
-- Vacated December 27, 1996 -- Memphis, Tennessee -- -- Held up after a match against Mike Samples and Vic the Bruiser.
104 Flash Flanagan and Steven Dunn (6) January 9, 1997 USWA show Memphis, Tennessee 2 11 Defeated Mike Samples and Sir Mo. [6]
105 PG-13
(J.C. Ice (14) and Wolfie D (14))
January 18, 1997 USWA show Memphis, Tennessee 13 42 [6]
106 Billy Travis and Flash Flanagan (3) March 1, 1997 USWA show Memphis, Tennessee 1 21 [6]
107 The Truth Commission
(Recon and Interrogator)
March 22, 1997 USWA show Memphis, Tennessee 1 7 [6]
108 Billy Travis and Flash Flanagan (4) March 29, 1997 USWA show Memphis, Tennessee 2 14 [6]
109 The Shooting Stars
(Troy Haste and Jerry Faith)
April 12, 1997 USWA show Memphis, Tennessee 1 7 [6]
110 The Truth Commission
(Recon and Interrogator)
April 19, 1997 USWA show Memphis, Tennessee 2 25 [6]
111 Steven Dunn (7) and Paul Diamond May 14, 1997 USWA show West Helena, Arkansas 1 14 [6]
112 The Truth Commission
(Recon and Interrogator)
May 28, 1997 USWA show West Helena, Arkansas 3 17 [6][29]
113 Flash Flanagan (5) and Nick Dinsmore June 14, 1997 USWA show Memphis, Tennessee 1 0 [6]
-- Vacated June 14, 1997 -- Memphis, Tennessee -- -- Defeated Recon and Tank (substituting for Sniper), however the titles were declared vacant because a substitute cannot defend.
114 PG-13
(J.C. Ice (15) and Wolfie D (15))
July 13, 1997 USWA show Memphis, Tennessee 14 36 Defeated Flash Flanagan and Steven Dunn. [6]
115 Flash Flanagan (6) and Steven Dunn (8) August 8, 1997 USWA show Memphis, Tennessee 3 23 [6]
116 PG-13
(J.C. Ice (16) and Wolfie D (16))
August 31, 1997 USWA show Memphis, Tennessee 15 [p] [6]
-- Deactivated November 1997 -- -- -- -- The titles were abandoned when the USWA closed.

Team reigns by combined length

Key
¤ 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 PG-13 / Cyberpunks
(J.C. Ice and Wolfie D)
15 541¤
2 The Moondogs
(Spot and Spike)
3 216¤
3 Jeff Jarrett and Robert Fuller 3 159
4 The Moondogs
(Spot and Rex)
3 131
5 Jeff Jarrett and Jerry Lawler 4 125
6 Tommy Rich and Doug Gilbert 4 94
7 The Southern Rockers
(Rex King and Steve Doll)
3 90
9 Tony Anthony and Doug Gilbert 2 79
9 The Moondogs
(Spot and Cujo)
3 71¤
10 Bill Dundee and Jamie Dundee 1 70
Robert Fuller and Brian Lee 2 70
Simply Devine
(Rex King and Steve Doll)
1 70
Tracy Smothers and Jesse James Armstrong 2 70
14 Flash Flanagan and Steven Dunn 3 68
Jeff Jarrett and Matt Borne 2 68¤
16 Texas Outlaws / Barrom Brawlers / Dog Catchers
(Bonecrusher and Crowbar)
2 58
17 The Harris Brothers
(Ron and Don)
5 56
18 Rex King and Joey Maggs 1 49
The Moondogs
(Spot and Splat)
4 49
The Truth Commission
(Recon and Interrogator)
3 49
21 The Texas Hangmen
(Killer and Psycho)
1 48
22 The Eliminators
(Saturn and Kronus)
1 42
23 Brickhouse Brown and Reggie B. Fine 1 31
24 The Moondogs
(Spot and Rover)
1 29
25 C.W. Bergstrom and Melvin Penrod, Jr. 1 28
26 Jeff Jarrett and Brian Christopher 2 26
Jeff Jarrett and Jeff Gaylord 2 26
28 Billy Travis and Flash Flanagan 2 25
29 Brian Lee and Don Harris 2 23
The Uptown Posse
(Brickhouse Brown and Sweet Daddy Falcone)
1 23
31 Doug Masters and Bart Sawyer 1 21
Far 2 Wild
(Todd Morton and Chris Michaels)
2 21
Flex Kavana and Bart Sawyer 2 21
Jerry Lawler and Bill Dundee 2 21
The Dirty White Boys
(Tony Anthony and Tom Burton)
1 21
The Fabulous Ones
(Stan Lane and Steve Keirn)
1 21
The Moondogs
(Spike and Cujo)
2 21
38 Brian Christopher and Wolfie D
(13)
1 19
39 Brickhouse Brown and The Gambler 1 16
40 Dante and The Great Mephisto 1 14
New Jack and Homeboy 1 14
Rock 'N Roll Express
(Ricky Morton and Robert Gibson)
2 14
Steven Dunn and Paul Diamond 1 14
The Heavenly Bodies
(Tom Prichard and Jimmy Del Ray)
1 14
45 Moondog Spike and Mike Anthony 1 12
46 Brian Christopher and Eddie Gilbert 1 9
The War Machines 1 9
48 Brian Christopher and Big Black Dog 1 7
Brian Christopher and Scotty Flamingo 1 7
Cactus Jack and Scott Braddock 1 7
Jeff Gaylord and Mike Anthony 1 7
Koko B. Ware and Rex Hargrove 1 7
Sheik Braddock and Mark Starr 1 7
The Phantoms
(Tragedy and Sorrow)
1 7
The Shooting Stars
(Troy Haste and Jerry Faith)
1 7
56 Robert Fuller and Mike Mitchell 1 5
57 Beauty and the Beast
(Ron and Jim Harris)
1 0
Flash Flanagan and Nick Dinsmore 1 0

Individual reigns by combined length

Key
¤ 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 J.C. Ice 16 611¤
2 Wolfie D 16 560¤
4 Moondog Spot 14 496¤
5 Jeff Jarrett 13 404¤
6 Spike 6 249
7 Steven Dunn / Steve Doll 8 242
8 Robert Fuller 6 234
9 Rex King 5 209
10 Doug Gilbert 6 173
11 Jerry Lawler 6 146
12 Rex 3 131
13 Tony Anthony 3 100
14 Tommy Rich 4 94
15 Brian Lee 4 93
Flash Flanagan 6 93
17 Moondog Cujo 5 92¤
18 Bill Dundee 3 91
19 Don Harris 7 79
20 Brickhouse Brown 3 70
Jesse James Armstrong 2 70
Tracy Smothers 2 70
23 Brian Christopher 6 68
Matt Borne 2 68¤
25 Bonecrusher 2 58
Crowbar 2 58
27 Ron Harris 6 56
28 Interrogator 3 49
Joey Maggs 1 49
Recon 3 49
Moondog Splat 4 49
32 Killer 1 48
Psycho 1 48
34 Kronus 1 42
Saturn 1 42
36 Bart Sawyer 3 41
37 Jeff Gaylord 3 33
38 Reggie B. Fine 1 31
39 Moondog Rover 1 29
40 C.W. Bergstrom 1 28
Melvin Penrod Jr. 1 28
42 Billy Travis 2 25
43 Sweet Daddy Falcone 1 23
44 Chris Michaels 2 21
Doug Masters 1 21
Flex Kavana 2 21
Stan Lane 1 21
Steve Keirn 1 21
Todd Morton 2 21
Tom Burton 1 21
51 The Gambler 1 16
52 Dante 1 14
The Great Mephisto 1 14
Homeboy 1 14
Jimmy Del Ray 1 14
New Jack 1 14
Paul Diamond 1 14
Ricky Morton 2 14
Robert Gibson 2 14
Scott Braddock / Sheik Braddock 2 14
Tom Prichard 1 14
61 Eddie Gilbert 1 9
War Machine I 1 9
War Machine II 1 9
64 Big Black Dog 1 7
Cactus Jack 1 7
Jerry Faith 1 7
Koko B. Ware 1 7
Mark Starr 1 7
Mike Anthony 1 7
Rex Hargrove 1 7
Scotty Flamingo 1 7
Sorrow 1 7
Tragedy 1 7
Troy Haste 1 7
74 Mike Mitchell 1 5
75 Jim Harris 1 0
Nick Dinsmore 1 0


USWA Tag Team Championship Tournament (1989)

The USWA Tag Team Tournament was a one-night single elimination tag team tournament held in Dallas, Texas on December 1, 1989, for the vacant USWA World Tag Team Championship.[13]

Quarterfinals Semifinals Final
         
P.Y. Chu-Hi and Buddy Landel
Robert Fuller and Brian Lee
Robert Fuller and Brian Lee
Kerry Von Erich and Bill Dundee
Matt Borne and Jeff Jarrett
Chris Adams and Eric Embry
Gary Young and Billy Joe Travis
Gary Young and Billy Joe Travis
Matt Borne and Jeff Jarrett
Matt Borne and Jeff Jarrett
Sheik Braddock and The Punisher

Footnotes

  1. ^ Duncan & Will (2000) pp. 271-273 Chapter: "Texas: WCWA World Tag Team Title [Von Erich]" [2]
  2. ^ Duncan & Will (2000) pp. 203-204 Chapter: "(Memphis, Nashville) Memphis: CWA Tag Team Title [Lawler, Jarrett]" [3]
  3. ^ a b Duncan & Will (2000) pp. 200-202 Chapter: "(Memphis, Nashville) Memphis: USWA Tag Team Title" [Lawler, Jarrett][4]
  4. ^ Duncan & Will (2000) p. 201 "Moondogs [2] 1992/04" [5]
  5. ^ Duncan & Will (2000) p. 201 "Jimmy Harris & Ron Harris 1994/12/26 Memphis, TN - PG-13 [4] 1994/12/26 Memphis, TN" [5]
  6. ^ Duncan & Will (2000) p. 201 "Tommy Rich & Doug Gilbert 1995/01/09 Memphis, TN - PG-13 [5] 1995/01/09 Memphis, TN" [5]
  7. ^ Duncan & Will (2000) p. 202 "Moondogs [2] 1992/04" [6]
  8. ^ Hornbaker (2016) p. 550: "Professional wrestling is a sport in which match finishes are predetermined. Thus, win/loss records are not indicative of a wrestler's genuine success based on their legitimate abilities - but on now much, or how little they were pushed by promoters"[7]
  9. ^ Duncan & Will (2000) p. 271, Chapter: Texas: NWA American Tag Team Title [World Class, Adkisson] "Championship held up and rematch ordered because of the interference of manager Gary Hart"[8]
  10. ^ Duncan & Will (2000) p. 20, Chapter: (United States: 19th Century & widely defended titles - NWA, WWF, AWA, IW, ECW, NWA) NWA/WCW TV Title "Rhodes stripped on 85/10/19 for not defending the belt after having his leg broken by Ric Flair and Ole & Arn Anderson"[9]
  11. ^ Duncan & Will (2000) p. 201, Chapter: (Memphis, Nashville) Memphis: USWA Tag Team Title "Vacant on 93/01/18 when Spike leaves the USWA."[5]
  12. ^ The exact date the championship was vacated has not been documented, which means that the reign lasted between 33 and 62 days.
  13. ^ The exact date that the Cujo replaced Spike is uncertain, which means that this version of the Moondogs held the championship between 123 and 152 days.
  14. ^ The exact date that the Cujo replaced Spike is uncertain, which means that this version of the Moondogs held the championship between 60 and 89 days.
  15. ^ The exact date the championship was vacated is uncertain, which means that the championship reign lasted between 14 and 29 days.
  16. ^ The exact date that the championship was abandoned has not been documented, which means that this title reign lasted between 62 and 91 days.

References

  • Hornbaker, Tim (2016). "Statistical notes". Legends of Pro Wrestling - 150 years of headlocks, body slams, and piledrivers (Revised ed.). New York, New York: Sports Publishing. ISBN 978-1-61321-808-2.
  • Duncan, Royal; Will, Gary (2000). Wrestling title histories: professional wrestling champions around the world from the 19th century to the present. Waterloo, ON: Archeus Communications. ISBN 0-9698161-5-4.
  1. ^ Damage, Brian (February 6, 2014). "A Moment in Time: The Night World Class Championship Wrestling Died". Retrieved 2017.
  2. ^ Duncan & Will 2000, pp. 271-273.
  3. ^ Duncan & Will 2000, pp. 203-204.
  4. ^ a b Duncan & Will 2000, pp. 200-202.
  5. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w x y z aa ab ac ad ae af ag ah ai aj ak al am an ao ap aq ar as at au av aw ax ay az ba bb bc bd be bf bg bh bi bj bk bl bm bn bo bp bq br bs bt bu bv bw bx by bz ca cb cc cd ce cf cg ch ci cj ck cl cm cn co Duncan & Will 2000, p. 201.
  6. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r Duncan & Will 2000, p. 202.
  7. ^ Hornbaker 2016, p. 550.
  8. ^ Duncan & Will 2000, p. 271.
  9. ^ Duncan & Will 2000, p. 20.
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