List of PWG World Tag Team Champions

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The Young Bucks (Matt Jackson (left) and Nick Jackson (right)), record four-time and longest-reigning PWG World Tag Team Champions

The PWG World Tag Team Championship is a professional wrestling world tag team championship owned and copyrighted by the Pro Wrestling Guerrilla (PWG) promotion; it is contested for in their tag team division. The championship was created and debuted on January 25, 2004, at PWG's Tango & Cash Invitational – Night Two event.[1] Originally called the PWG Tag Team Championship, the title was renamed to the PWG World Tag Team Championship in February 2006 after the title was defended outside the United States for the first and second time, when that month then-champions Davey Richards and Super Dragon defeated Cape Fear (El Generico and Quicksilver) in Essen, Germany at European Vacation – Germany and Arrogance (Chris Bosh and Scott Lost) in Orpington, England at European Vacation – England.[2][3] The championship was later won for the first time outside the United States on October 27, 2007, at PWG's European Vacation II – England event—at that event, then-champions El Generico and Kevin Steen were defeated by Richards and Super Dragon in Portsmouth, England.[4] On June 16, 2017, Penta el Zero M and Rey Fenix successfully defended the title in Ciudad Nezahualcóyotl, Mexico.[5]

Title reigns are determined either by professional wrestling matches between different wrestlers involved in pre-existing scripted feuds and storylines, or by scripted circumstances. Wrestlers are portrayed as either villains or heroes as they follow a series of tension-building events, which culminate in a wrestling match or series of matches for the championship. All title changes happen at live events, which are released on DVD. The inaugural champions were B-Boy and Homicide, whom PWG recognized to have become the champions after defeating The American Dragon and Super Dragon in the finals of the Tango & Cash Invitational Tag Team Tournament on January 25, 2004, at PWG's Tango & Cash Invitational – Night Two event.[1][6] As of December 2017, The Young Bucks (Matt and Nick Jackson) hold the record for most reigns, with four.[7][8][9] Super Dragon holds the record for most reigns by a single competitor, with six.[10][11][12][13][14][15] PWG publishes a list of successful championship defenses (victories against challengers for the championship) for each champion on their official website, unlike major professional wrestling promotions. As of December 2017, The Young Bucks (Matt and Nick Jackson) have the most defenses, with 15;[7] Twelve teams are tied for having the least, with 0.[6][13][16][17][18][19][20][21][22][23] At 631 days, The Young Bucks' (Matt and Nick Jackson) fourth reign is the longest in the title's history. The Unbreakable F'n Machines' (Brian Cage and Michael Elgin) only reign, Monster Mafia's (Ethan Page and Josh Alexander) only reign and the Beaver Boys' (Alex Reynolds and John Silver) only reign share the record for the shortest in the title's history at less than one day.[23] Overall, there have been 35 reigns, among 36 different wrestlers and 26 different teams, and four vacancies.

Title history

Names

Name Years
PWG Tag Team Championship January 2004 – February 2006
PWG World Tag Team Championship February 2006 – present

Reigns

Key
Reign The reign number for the specific set of wrestlers listed
# Numbers in bold indicate that a reign is current and changes daily
Event The event promoted by the respective promotion in which the title was won
N/A The information is not available or is unknown
Successful defenses Accounts how many defenses the champion had during their reign
Wrestler name (#) The number represents the individual reigns of a wrestler when this is distinct from the tag team's reign.
Used for vacated reigns so as not to count it as an official reign
+ Indicates that the current reign is changing daily.
# Wrestlers Reign Date Days held Location Successful defenses Event Notes Ref.
1
B-Boy and Homicide
1
January 25, 2004
28
0[6]
Tango & Cash Invitational – Night Two
B-Boy and Homicide defeated The American Dragon and Super Dragon in the finals of the Tango & Cash Invitational Tag Team Tournament to become the first champions. [1]
2
The X–Foundation
(Joey Ryan and Scott Lost)
1
February 22, 2004
34
0[16]
Taste The Radness!
  [24]
3
Chris Bosh and Quicksilver
1
March 27, 2004
21
0[18]
Kee_ The _ee Out Of Our _ool!
  [25]
4
SBS
(Excalibur and Super Dragon)
1
April 17, 2004
63
1[11]
PWG The Musical
  [26]
5
The X–Foundation
(Joey Ryan and Scott Lost)
2
June 19, 2004
77
0[17]
Rocktoberfest
  [27]
6
Arrogance
(Chris Bosh (2) and Scott Lost (3))
1
October 9, 2004
273
9[28]
Use Your Illusion III
Scott Lost defeated Joey Ryan in a ladder match at The Next Show for control of the title on September 4, but chose Bosh to be his partner at Use Your Illusion III on October 9. [1][17][28]
7
The Aerial Xpress
(Quicksilver (2) and Scorpio Sky)
1
July 9, 2005
1
0[19]
2nd Annual PWG Bicentennial Birthday Extravaganza – Night One
This was a Masks vs. Title match. [29]
Vacated
July 10, 2005[19]
N/A
N/A
The Aerial Xpress were stripped of the championship as a result of Sky taking a leave of absence from professional wrestling. [19]
8
2 Skinny Black Guys
(El Generico and Human Tornado)
1
August 6, 2005
56
1[30]
Zombies (Shouldn't Run)
2SBG defeated Arrogance (Chris Bosh and Scott Lost) to win the vacant championship. [31]
9
Richards, DaveyDavey Richards and Super Dragon (2)
1
October 1, 2005
231
12[10]
After School Special
The title was renamed from the "PWG Tag Team Championship" to the "PWG World Tag Team Championship" following PWG's European Vacation tour of England and Germany in February 2006. [2][3][32]
10
Arrogance
(Chris Bosh (3) and Scott Lost (4))
2
May 20, 2006
139
2[33]
Enchantment Under the Sea
  [34]
11
B-Boy (2) and Super Dragon (3)
1
October 6, 2006
42
1[12]
Self–Titled
  [35]
12
Richards, DaveyDavey Richards (2) and Strong, RoderickRoderick Strong
1
November 17, 2006
1
0[20]
All Star Weekend IV – Night One
  [36]
13
B-Boy (3) and Super Dragon (4)
2
November 18, 2006
14
0[13]
All Star Weekend IV – Night Two
This was a four-way match, also involving The Kings of Wrestling (Chris Hero and Claudio Castagnoli) and The Motor City Machine Guns (Alex Shelley and Chris Sabin). [37]
14
Cape Fear
(El Generico (2) and Quicksilver (3))
1
December 2, 2006
98
2[38]
Passive Hostility
  [39]
Vacated
March 10, 2007[38]
N/A
N/A
Cape Fear were stripped of the championship as a result of Quicksilver sustaining a career-ending injury. [38]
15
Pac and Strong, RoderickRoderick Strong (2)
1
May 20, 2007
70
1[40]
Dynamite Duumvirate Tag Team Title Tournament – Night 2
Pac and Strong defeated The Briscoe Brothers (Jay and Mark Briscoe) in the finals of the Dynamite Duumvirate Tag Team Title Tournament to win the vacant championship. [41]
16
Generico, ElEl Generico (3) and Steen, KevinKevin Steen
1
July 29, 2007
90
2[42]
Giant–Size Annual #4
  [43]
17
Richards, DaveyDavey Richards (3) and Super Dragon (5)
2
October 27, 2007
92
1[14]
European Vacation II – England
  [4]
Vacated
January 27, 2008[14]
N/A
N/A
Richards and Super Dragon were stripped of the championship after they failed to defend it on three separate occasions against The Dynasty (Joey Ryan and Scott Lost). [14]
18
The Dynasty
(Joey Ryan (3) and Scott Lost (5))
3
January 27, 2008
54
3[44]
Pearl Habra
The Dynasty (formerly The X–Foundation) were awarded the vacant championship. [14][44]
19
Generico, ElEl Generico (4) and Steen, KevinKevin Steen (2)
2
March 21, 2008
58
2[45]
1.21 Gigawatts
  [46]
20
Evans, JackJack Evans and Strong, RoderickRoderick Strong (3)
1
May 18, 2008
49
0[21]
Dynamite Duumvirate Tag Team Title Tournament – Night 2
  [47]
21
1
July 6, 2008
56
0[22]
Life During Wartime
El Generico filled in for Jack Evans, who was unable to appear at the event. [48]
22
The Young Bucks
(Matt Jackson and Nick Jackson)
1
August 31, 2008
616
15[7]
All-Star Weekend VII – Night Two
  [49]
23
¡Peligro Abejas!
(El Generico (5) and Paul London)
1
May 9, 2010
335
5[50]
DDT4 (2010)
  [51]
24
The Young Bucks
(Matt Jackson and Nick Jackson)
2
April 9, 2011
245
5[8]
Card Subject to Change III
Ricochet filled in for Paul London, who was unable to appear at the event. [52]
25
Appetite for Destruction
(Kevin Steen (3) and Super Dragon (6))
1
December 10, 2011
167
0[15]
Fear
This was a Guerrilla Warfare match. [53]
Vacated
May 25, 2012[54]
Death to All But Metal
Steen and Dragon vacated the title due to Dragon being sidelined with a fractured heel. [54]
26
Super Smash Brothers
(Player Uno and Stupefied)
1
May 25, 2012
232
2[54]
Death to All But Metal
Super Smash Brothers defeated The Young Bucks (Matt Jackson and Nick Jackson) in a No Disqualification match to win the vacant title. [55]
27
Unbreakable F'n Machines
(Brian Cage and Michael Elgin)
1
January 12, 2013
<1
0[23]
DDT4 (2013)
  [56]
28
The Young Bucks
(Matt Jackson and Nick Jackson)
3
561
5[9]
  [56]
29
World's Cutest Tag Team
(Candice LeRae and Joey Ryan (4))
1
July 27, 2014
299
3[57]
Eleven
This was a Guerrilla Warfare match. [2][58]
30
Monster Mafia
(Ethan Page and Josh Alexander)
1
May 22, 2015
<1
0
DDT4 (2015)
  [59]
31
Beaver Boys
(Alex Reynolds and John Silver)
1
<1
0
  [59]
32
Everett, AndrewAndrew Everett and Lee, TrevorTrevor Lee
1
35
0
  [59]
33
The Young Bucks
(Matt Jackson and Nick Jackson)
4
June 26, 2015
631
6
Mystery Vortex III: Rock & Shock the Nation
  [60]
34
Lucha Brothers
(Penta el Zero M and Rey Fenix)
1
March 18, 2017
216
2
Nice Boys (Don't Play Rock 'n Roll)
This was a three-way match, also involving Matt Sydal and Ricochet. [61][62]
35
The Chosen Bros
(Jeff Cobb and Matt Riddle)
1
October 20, 2017
55+
0
All Star Weekend 13 – Night One
[63]

List of combined reigns

As of December 14, 2017.

Indicates the current champions

By team

Rank [3] Team No. of
reigns
Combined
defenses
Combined
days
1 The Young Bucks
(Matt Jackson and Nick Jackson)
4 31 2,053
2 Arrogance
(Chris Bosh and Scott Lost)
2 11 412
3 ¡Peligro Abejas!
(El Generico and Paul London)
1 5 335
4 Richards, DaveyDavey Richards and Dragon, SuperSuper Dragon 2 13 323
5 World's Cutest Tag Team
(Candice LeRae and Joey Ryan)
1 3 299
6 Super Smash Brothers
(Player Uno and Stupefied)
1 2 232
7 Lucha Brothers
(Penta el Zero M and Rey Fenix)
1 2 216
8 Appetite for Destruction
(Kevin Steen and Super Dragon)
1 0 167
9 The X–Foundation/The Dynasty
(Joey Ryan and Scott Lost)
3 3 165
10 Steen, KevinKevin Steen and Generico, ElEl Generico 2 4 148
11 Cape Fear
(El Generico and Quicksilver)
1 2 98
12 Pac and Strong, RoderickRoderick Strong 1 1 71
13 SBS
(Excalibur and Super Dragon)
1 1 63
14 B-Boy and Dragon, SuperSuper Dragon 2 1 56
2 Skinny Black Guys
(El Generico and Human Tornado)
1 1 56
The Age of the Fall
(Jimmy Jacobs and Tyler Black)
1 0 56
17 The Chosen Bros
(Jeff Cobb and Matt Riddle)
1 0 55+
18 Evans, JackJack Evans and Strong, RoderickRoderick Strong 1 0 49
19 Everett, AndrewAndrew Everett and Lee, TrevorTrevor Lee 1 0 35
20 B-Boy and Homicide 1 0 28
21 Chris Bosh and Quicksilver 1 0 21
22 Richards, DaveyDavey Richards and Strong, RoderickRoderick Strong 1 0 1
The Aerial Xpress
(Quicksilver and Scorpio Sky)
1 0 1
24 Beaver Boys
(Alex Reynolds and John Silver)
1 0 <1
Monster Mafia
(Ethan Page and Josh Alexander)
1 0 <1
Unbreakable F'n Machines
(Brian Cage and Michael Elgin)
1 0 <1

By wrestler

Rank [4] Wrestler No. of
reigns
Combined
defenses
Combined
days
1 Jackson, MattMatt Jackson 4 31 2,053
Jackson, NickNick Jackson 4 31 2,053
3 Generico, ElEl Generico 5 12 637
4 Super Dragon 6 15 609
5 Lost, ScottScott Lost 5 14 578
6 Joey Ryan 4 6 464
7 Chris Bosh 3 11 433
8 London, PaulPaul London 1 5 335
9 Richards, DaveyDavey Richards 3 13 324
10 Steen, KevinKevin Steen 3 4 315
11 LeRae, CandiceCandice LeRae 1 3 299
12 Uno, PlayerPlayer Uno 1 2 232
Stupefied 1 2 232
14 Penta el Zero M 1 2 216
Rey Fenix 1 2 216
16 Strong, RoderickRoderick Strong 3 1 121
17 Quicksilver 3 2 120
18 B-Boy 3 1 84
19 Pac 1 1 71
20 Excalibur 1 1 63
21 Human Tornado 1 1 56
Jacobs, JimmyJimmy Jacobs 1 0 56
Black, TylerTyler Black 1 0 56
24 Jeff Cobb 1 0 55+
Matt Riddle 1 0 55+
26 Evans, JackJack Evans 1 0 49
27 Everett, AndrewAndrew Everett 1 0 35
Lee, TrevorTrevor Lee 1 0 35
29 Homicide 1 0 28
30 Sky, ScorpioScorpio Sky 1 0 1
31 Alex Reynolds 1 0 <1
Cage, BrianBrian Cage 1 0 <1
Ethan Page 1 0 <1
John Silver 1 0 <1
Josh Alexander 1 0 <1
Elgin, MichaelMichael Elgin 1 0 <1

Notes

1.^ – Arrogance's reign as a tag team officially began on October 9, but Lost's third reign officially began on September 4.
2.^ – Though the event "Eleven" started on July 26, 2014, the title change took place after midnight on July 27.[64]
3.^ ^ – Each reign is ranked highest to lowest; reigns with the exact number mean that they are tied for that certain rank.

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External links

  • Pro Wrestling Guerrilla.com
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