NWA World Tag Team Championship (Mid-America version)

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NWA World Tag Team Championship
(Mid-America version)
NWA World Tag Team Title Mid-America.png
The Mid-America version of the championship
Details
Promotion NWA Mid-America[G1][G2]
Date established February 5, 1957[G1][G2]
Date retired 1977[G1][G2]

The Mid-America version of the NWA World Tag Team Championship was a regional professional wrestling championship for tag teams that was used in the National Wrestling Alliance's (NWA) NWA Mid-America professional wrestling promotion from 1957 until 1977.[G1][G2] The championship, promoted by Nick Gulas, was one of many NWA World Tag Team Championships in existence in the period between 1949 and 1992, each of which was a regional championship restricted to an NWA territory and not a true "world" championship.[1] At one point in 1957 there were at least 13 different, concurrently promoted NWA World Tag Team Championships across the United States.[Championships] The Mid-America version was in use for 20 years, the second longest of any of the NWA World Tag Team Championships of that era, only behind the Central States version.[2][3] Being a professional wrestling championship, the NWA World Tag Team Championship was not won or lost in competitive matches, but determined by the decision of the bookers of NWA Mid-America.[4]

The Mid-America version was primarily defended in the Tennessee/Alabama territory, occasionally also being defended in surrounding states. The first recognized champions of the Mid-America branch of the championship were the Corsicans (Corsica Joe and Corsica Jean), who were presented as champions on February 5, 1957. Records do not specify if the team won a tournament of if they were simply awarded the championship by promoter Nick Gulas.[G1][G2] There were at least 148 championship reigns between 1957 and 1977, when the championship was abandoned, split between 77 different teams and a total of 99 individual wrestlers. Mike Graham and Kevin Sullivan were the last Mid-America-recognized NWA World Tag Team Champions, having won the championship in April 1977, a short time before NWA Mid-America abandoned the championship.[G1][G2] At that point the NWA Mid-America Tag Team Championship became the main championship in the territory.[5]

The reign of Len Rossi and Bearcat Brown from October 2, 1969 until some time in May 1970, lasted at least 211 days and possibly as long as 241 days, making it the longest individual reign on record. The Von Brauners (Kurt Von Brauner and Karl Von Brauner) hold the records for most championship reigns, a total of 17 reigns that combined to at least 510 days, probably more.[G1][G2][Note 1] Karl Von Brauner also held the championship with Luke Graham, making his 18 individual championship reigns the most of any wrestler. Due to lack of detail on a multiple championship reigns, it is impossible to determine which team had the shortest reign; the shortest confirmed reign of seven days belonged to Yvon Roberts and Billy Wicks, who held the championship from January 5 to January 12, 1959.[G1][G2]

Title history

Key

Symbol Meaning
No. The overall championship reign
Reign The reign number for the specific wrestler listed.
Event The event in which the championship changed hands
N/A The specific information is not known
Used for vacated reigns in order to not count it as an official reign
[Note #] Indicates that the exact length of the title reign is unknown, with a note providing more details.
  Indicates that there was a period where the lineage is undocumented due to the lack of written documentation in that time period.
(NLT) Indicates that the championship changed hands "No Later Than" a certain date.
No. Champions Reign Date Days held Location Event Notes Ref(s)
1 The Corsicans
(Corsica Joe and Corsica Jean)
1 February 5, 1957 [Note 2] [Note 3] Live event   [G1][G2]
2 The Fabulous Fargos
(Jackie Fargo and Don Fargo)
1 May 1957 [Note 4] [Note 3] Live event   [G1][G2]
3 The Corsicans
(Corsica Joe and Corsica Jean)
2 June 6, 1957 (NLT) [Note 5] [Note 3] Live event   [G1][G2]
4 The Fabulous Fargos
(Jackie Fargo and Don Fargo)
2 June 1957 [Note 6] [Note 3] Live event Sometime between June 7 and 11, 1957 [G1][G2]
5 The Corsicans
(Corsica Joe and Corsica Jean)
3 July 23, 1957 13 Nashville, Tennessee Live event   [G1][G2]
6 The Fabulous Fargos
(Jackie Fargo and Don Fargo)
3 August 5, 1957 [Note 7] [Note 3] Live event   [G1][G2]
7 The Corsicans
(Corsica Joe and Corsica Jean)
4 August 17, 1957 (NLT) [Note 8] [Note 3] Live event Sometime between August 18 and 29, 1957 [G1][G2]
 
8 The Corsicans
(Corsica Joe and Corsica Jean)
3 October 1957 [Note 9] [Note 3] Live event   [G1][G2]
9 Lee Fields and Mario Galento 1 October 9, 1957 7 Mobile, Alabama Live event   [G1][G2]
10 The Fabulous Fargos
(Jackie Fargo and Don Fargo)
3 October 16, 1957 113 Mobile, Alabama Live event   [G1][G2]
11 Lee Fields (2) and Lester Welch 1 February 6, 1958 20 Hattiesburg, Mississippi Live event   [G1][G2]
12 The Fabulous Fargos
(Jackie Fargo and Don Fargo)
4 February 26, 1958 83 Mobile, Alabama Live event   [G1][G2][6]
13 Tex Riley and Len Rossi 1 May 20, 1958 91 [Note 3] Live event   [G1][G2]
14 Mike and Doc Gallagher 1 August 19, 1958 44 [Note 3] Live event   [G1][G2]
15 The Corsicans
(Corsica Joe and Corsica Jean)
7 October 2, 1958 50 Chattanooga, Tennessee Live event   [G1][G2]
16 The Fabulous Fargos
(Jackie Fargo and Don Fargo)
8 November 21, 1958 [Note 10] [Note 3] Live event   [G1][G2]
17 The Corsicans
(Corsica Joe and Corsica Jean)
8 December 1958 [Note 11] [Note 3] Live event   [G1][G2]
18 Robert, YvonYvon Robert and Billy Wicks 1 January 5, 1959 7 Memphis, Tennessee Live event   [G1][G2]
19 The Corsicans
(Corsica Joe and Corsica Jean)
8 January 12, 1959 38 Memphis, Tennessee Live event   [G1][G2]
20 Don and Luke Fields 1 February 19, 1959 57 Chattanooga, Tennessee Live event   [G1][G2][7]
Vacated N/A April 17, 1959 N/A N/A N/A Championship held up after a match against Corsica Joe and Corsica Jean ended as a no contest. [G1][G2]
21 Don and Luke Fields 2 April 24, 1959 172 Florence, Alabama Live event Defeated the Corsicas in rematch. [G1][G2]
22 Heavenly Bodies, TheThe Heavenly Bodies
(Don and Al Greene)
1 October 13, 1959 13 Nashville, Tennessee Live event   [G1][G2]
23 Don and Luke Fields 3 October 26, 1959 25 Birmingham, Alabama Live event   [G1][G2]
24 The Fabulous Fargos
(Jackie Fargo and Don Fargo)
5 November 20, 1959 43 Birmingham, Alabama Live event   [G1][G2]
25 Heavenly Bodies, TheThe Heavenly Bodies
(Don and Al Greene)
2 January 2, 1960 12 [Note 3] Live event   [G1][G2]
26 The Fabulous Fargos
(Jackie Fargo and Don Fargo)
6 January 14, 1960 5 [Note 3] Live event   [G1][G2]
27 Tex Riley and Len Rossi 2 January 19, 1960 70 Nashville, Tennessee Live event   [G1][G2]
28 Von Brauners, TheThe Von Brauners
(Kurt and Karl Von Brauner)
1 March 29, 1960 34 Nashville, Tennessee Live event   [G1][G2]
29 Mike Clancy and Oni Wiki Wiki 1 May 2, 1960 49 Birmingham, Alabama Live event   [G1][G2]
30 Tor Yamata and Mr. Moto 1 June 20, 1960 106 Birmingham, Alabama Live event   [G1][G2]
Vacated N/A October 4, 1960 N/A N/A N/A Championship held up after a match against Herb Welch and Lester Welch. [G1][G2]
31 Bobby and Don Fields 4 June 27, 1960 7 [Note 3] Live event Defeated Kurt Von Brauner and Karl Von Brauner for the championship. Bobby Fields was previously billed as "Luke Fields". [G1][G2]
32 Von Brauners, TheThe Von Brauners
(Kurt and Karl Von Brauner)
1 July 4, 1960 96 [Note 3] Live event   [G1][G2]
33 Lester (2) and Herb Welch 1 October 18, 1960 21 Nashville, Tennessee Live event   [G1][G2]
34 Tor Yamata and Mr. Moto 2 November 8, 1960 11 Nashville, Tennessee Live event   [G1][G2]
35 Heavenly Bodies, TheThe Heavenly Bodies
(Don and Al Greene)
3 November 19, 1960 79 Chattanooga, Tennessee Live event   [G1][G2]
36 Lester Welch (3) and Joe Scarpa 1 February 16, 1961 56 Knoxville, Tennessee Live event   [G1][G2]
Vacated N/A April 13, 1961 N/A N/A N/A Championship held up after a match against Sputnik Monroe and Rocket Monroe. [G1][G2]
37 Lester Welch (4) and Joe Scarpa 2 April 20, 1961 [Note 12] Chattanooga, Tennessee Live event Won the rematch. [G1][G2]
38 The Fabulous Fargos
(Jackie Fargo (7) and Joe Fargo)
1 May 28, 1961 (NLT) [Note 13] [Note 3] Live event Sometime between April 25, 1961 and May 25, 1961 [G1][G2]
39 Lester Welch (5) and Joe Scarpa 2 May 29, 1961 [Note 14] Birmingham, Alabama Live event   [G1][G2]
Vacated N/A 1961 N/A N/A N/A Championship vacated and inactive for a period of time. [G1][G2]
40 Von Brauners, TheThe Von Brauners
(Kurt and Karl Von Brauner)
2 May 1964 [Note 15] N/A N/A Awarded the championship when it was brought back. [G1][G2]
41 Perez and Yamamoto, TojoTojo Yamamoto 1 August 10, 1964 14 Memphis, Tennessee Live event   [G1][G2]
42 Von Brauners, TheThe Von Brauners
(Kurt and Karl Von Brauner)
3 August 24, 1964 22 Memphis, Tennessee Live event   [G1][G2]
Vacated N/A September 15, 1964 N/A N/A N/A Championship vacated after a match against Tojo Yamamoto and Alex Perez [G1][G2]
43 Von Brauners, TheThe Von Brauners
(Kurt and Karl Von Brauner)
4 September 29, 1964 16 Nashville, Tennessee Live event Won the rematch [G1][G2]
44 Perez (2) and Joe Scarpa (3) 1 October 15, 1964 14 Chattanooga, Tennessee Live event   [G1][G2]
45 Von Brauners, TheThe Von Brauners
(Kurt and Karl Von Brauner)
4 October 29, 1964 [Note 16] Chattanooga, Tennessee Live event   [G1][G2]
Vacated N/A March 1965 N/A N/A N/A Championship vacated as the NWA orders tournament after a match against Wilbur Snyder and Jackie Fargo. [G1][G2]
46 Fargo, JackieJackie Fargo (8) and Mario Milano 1 March 9, 1965 35 Nashville, Tennessee Live event Won a 3-team tournament. [G1][G2]
47 Von Brauners, TheThe Von Brauners
(Kurt and Karl Von Brauner)
5 April 13, 1965 [Note 17] Nashville, Tennessee Live event   [G1][G2]
Vacated N/A April 1965 N/A N/A N/A Championship vacated due to Kurt Von Brauner being injured and unable to defend the championship. [G1][G2]
48 Yamamoto, TojoTojo Yamamoto (2) and Mitsu Hirai 1 April 29, 1965 [Note 18] Chattanooga, Tennessee Live event Won a 3-team tournament. [G1][G2]
Vacated N/A May 1965 N/A N/A N/A Championship vacated for undocumented reasons [G1][G2]
49 Von Brauners, TheThe Von Brauners
(Kurt and Karl Von Brauner)
6 May 4, 1965 [Note 19] [Note 3] Live event align=leftRecords are unclear as to how they won the championship [G1][G2]
Vacated N/A September 1965 N/A N/A N/A Championship vacated for undocumented reasons [G1][G2]
50 Graham, EddieEddie Graham and Sammy Steamboat 1 September 21, 1965 (NLT) [Note 20] N/A N/A Awarded (announced as having won fictitious tournament) [G1][G2]
51 Yamamoto, TojoTojo Yamamoto (3) and Perez 2 October 11, 1965 14 Memphis, Tennessee Live event   [G1][G2]
52 Graham, EddieEddie Graham and Sammy Steamboat 2 October 25, 1965 91 Memphis, Tennessee Live event   [G1][G2]
53 Matsuda, HiroHiro Matsuda and Kanji Inoki 1 January 24, 1966 [Note 21] Memphis, Tennessee Live event   [G1][G2]
Vacated N/A February 1966 N/A N/A N/A Announced as Inoki having broken his leg; Inoki returns to Japan where Inoki and Matsuda form Tokyo Pro Wrestling and bill themselves as the NWA World Tag Team Champions. [G1][G2]
54 Herb Welch (2) and Al Costello 1 May 31, 1966 64 Nashville, Tennessee Live event Won a tournament. [G1][G2]
55 Von Brauner, KarlKarl Von Brauner (7) and Luke Graham 1 August 3, 1966 21 Nashville, Tennessee Live event   [G1][G2]
56 Moose and Giant Evans 1 August 24, 1966 43 Nashville, Tennessee Live event   [G1][G2]
57 Yamamoto, TojoTojo Yamamoto (4) and Tamaya Soto 1 October 6, 1966 14 Chattanooga, Tennessee Live event   [G1][G2]
58 Yamamoto, TojoTojo Yamamoto (4) and Professor Ito 1 October 20, 1966 102 N/A N/A Soto gave his half to Professor Ito. [G1][G2]
59 Fargo, JackieJackie Fargo and Herb Welch 1 January 30, 1967 7 Memphis, Tennessee Live event   [G1][G2]
60 Yamamoto, TojoTojo Yamamoto (5) and Professor Ito 2 February 6, 1967 30 Memphis, Tennessee Live event   [G1][G2]
61 Fargo, JackieJackie Fargo (9) and Len Rossi (3) 1 March 8, 1967 8 Nashville, Tennessee Live event   [G1][G2]
Vacated N/A March 16, 1967 N/A N/A N/A Championship vacated after an inconclusive match against the Blue Infernos [G1][G2]
62 The Blue Infernos
(Blue Inferno #1 and Blue Inferno #2)
1 March 23, 1967 35 Chattanooga, Tennessee Live event Won a tournament. [G1][G2]
63 Billy and Jimmy Hines 1 April 27, 1967 14 Chattanooga, Tennessee Live event   [G1][G2]
64 The Blue Infernos
(Blue Inferno #1 and Blue Inferno #2)
2 May 11, 1967 16 Chattanooga, Tennessee Live event   [G1][G2]
65 Billy and Jimmy Hines 2 May 27, 1967 35 Chattanooga, Tennessee Live event   [G1][G2]
66 Tamaya Soto (2) and Great Yamaha 1 July 1, 1967 [Note 22] Chattanooga, Tennessee Live event   [8]
67 Billy and Jimmy Hines 3 July 27, 1967 (NLT) [Note 23] [Note 3] Live event Sometime after July 15, 1967 [G1][G2]
Vacated N/A July 1967 N/A N/A N/A Championship vacated sometime after July 27, 1967 when Billy Hines is hospitalized [G1][G2]
68 Don and Ron Carson 1 August 9, 1967 36 Nashville, Tennessee Live event Defeated Jackie Fargo and Len Rossi. [G1][G2]
69 Billy and Jimmy Hines 4 September 14, 1967 [Note 24] Chattanooga, Tennessee Live event   [G1][G2]
70 Motoshi Okuma and Great Kojika 1 October 1967 [Note 25] [Note 3] Live event   [G1][G2]
71 Rossi, LenLen Rossi (4) and Tamaya Soto (3) 1 December 1967 [Note 26] [Note 3] Live event   [G1][G2]
72 The Mighty Yankees
(Mighty Yankee #1 and Mighty Yankee #2)
1 March 14, 1968 [Note 27] Chattanooga, Tennessee Live event   [G1][G2]
73 Rossi, LenLen Rossi (5) and Tamaya Soto (4) 2 June 1968 [Note 28] [Note 3] Live event   [G1][G2]
74 The Mighty Yankees
(Mighty Yankee #1 and Mighty Yankee #2)
2 July 9, 1968 25 Birmingham, Alabama Live event   [G1][G2]
Vacated N/A August 3, 1968 N/A N/A N/A Championship held up after a match against Dennis Hall and Ken Lucas. [G1][G2]
75 Luchas, KenKen Luchas and Dennis Hall 1 August 3, 1968 14 Chattanooga, Tennessee Live event   [G1][G2]
76 The Mighty Yankees
(Mighty Yankee #1 and Mighty Yankee #2)
3 August 17, 1968 [Note 29] Chattanooga, Tennessee Live event   [G1][G2]
77 Rossi, LenLen Rossi (6) and Johnny Walker 1 September 1968 [Note 30] [Note 3] Live event   [G1][G2]
78 Yamamoto, TojoTojo Yamamoto (5) and Johnny Long 1 November 13, 1968 15 Birmingham, Alabama Live event   [G1][G2]
79 Thatcher, LesLes Thatcher and Dennis Hall (2) 1 November 28, 1968 16 Chattanooga, Tennessee Live event   [G1][G2]
80 Yamamoto, TojoTojo Yamamoto (6) and Johnny Long 2 December 14, 1968 [Note 31] [Note 3] Live event   [G1][G2]
81 Rossi, LenLen Rossi (7) and Don Carson (2) 1 February 1969 [Note 32] [Note 3] Live event Sometime between February 20 and 26, 1969 [G1][G2]
Vacated N/A February 1969 N/A N/A N/A Championship held up after match against Yamamoto and Long. [G1][G2]
82 Yamamoto, TojoTojo Yamamoto (7) and Johnny Long 3 February 27, 1969 14 Chattanooga, Tennessee Live event   [G1][G2][9]
83 Rossi, LenLen Rossi (8) and Don Carson (3) 2 March 13, 1969 44 Chattanooga, Tennessee Live event   [G1][G2]
84 The Great Mephisto and Dante 1 April 26, 1969 [Note 33] Chattanooga, Tennessee Live event   [G1][G2]
85 Rossi, LenLen Rossi (9) and Johnny Walker (2) 2 1969 [Note 34] [Note 3] Live event   [G1][G2]
86 The Great Mephisto and Dante 2 1969 [Note 35] [Note 3] Live event   [G1][G2]
87 Walker, JohnnyJohnny Walker (2) and Bearcat Brown 1 June 21, 1969 7 Chattanooga, Tennessee Live event   [G1][G2]
88 The Great Mephisto and Dante 3 June 28, 1969 7 Chattanooga, Tennessee Live event   [G1][G2]
89 Walker, JohnnyJohnny Walker (3) and Bearcat Brown 2 July 5, 1969 [Note 36] Chattanooga, Tennessee Live event   [G1][G2]
 
90 The Spoilers
(Spoiler #1 and Spoiler #2)
1 September 1969 [Note 37] [Note 3] Live event   [G1][G2]
91 Rossi, LenLen Rossi (10) and Bearcat Brown 1 September 20, 1969 12 Chattanooga, Tennessee Live event   [G1][G2]
92 The Spoilers
(Spoiler #1 and Spoiler #2)
2 October 2, 1969 0 Chattanooga, Tennessee Live event   [G1][G2]
93 Rossi, LenLen Rossi (11) and Bearcat Brown (3) 1 October 2, 1969 [Note 38] Chattanooga, Tennessee Live event   [G1][G2]
 
94 Big Bad John and Pepe Lopez 1 May 1970 [Note 39] [Note 3] Live event   [G1][G2]
95 The Mystery Men
(Mystery Man #1 (12) and Mystery Man #2 [Note 40])
1 September 18, 1970 [Note 41] Nashville, Tennessee Live event   [G1][G2]
 
96 Rossi, LenLen Rossi (13) and Bearcat Brown 1 September 1970 [Note 42] [Note 3] Live event   [G1][G2]
97 The Continental Warriors
(Bobby Hart and Lorenzo Parente)
1 October 1, 1970 4 Chattanooga, Tennessee Live event   [G1][G2]
98 Rossi, LenLen Rossi (14) and Bearcat Brown 2 October 15, 1970 [Note 43] Chattanooga, Tennessee Live event   [G1][G2]
99 Big Bad John and Pepe Lopez 1 November 23, 1970 (NLT) [Note 44] [Note 3] Live event   [G1][G2]
100 Oni Wiki Wiki (2) and Mighty Atlas 1 December 7, 1970 [Note 45] [Note 3] Live event   [G1][G2]
101 The Continental Warriors
(Bobby Hart and Lorenzo Parente)
2 December 10, 1970 (NLT) [Note 46] [Note 3] Live event   [G1][G2]
102 Oni Wiki Wiki (3) and Mighty Atlas 2 December 16, 1970 [Note 47] Nashville, Tennessee Live event   [G1][G2]
103 The Continental Warriors
(Bobby Hart and Lorenzo Parente)
3 February 1971 [Note 48] [Note 3] Live event   [G1][G2]
104 Golden, JimmyJimmy Golden and Dennis Hall (4) 1 March 6, 1971 14 Chattanooga, Tennessee Live event   [G1][G2]
105 The Continental Warriors
(Bobby Hart and Lorenzo Parente)
3 March 20, 1971 17 Chattanooga, Tennessee Live event   [G1][G2]
106 The Masked Avengers
(Masked Avenger #1 (5) and Masked Avenger #1)
2 March 27, 1971 28 Chattanooga, Tennessee Live event Dennis Hall was the Masked Avenger #1, Jimmy Golden was the Masked Avenger #2 [G1][G2]
107 The Alaskans
(Mike York and Frank Monte)
1 April 24, 1971 [Note 49] [Note 3] Live event   [G1][G2]
 
108 Von Brauners, TheThe Von Brauners
(Kurt and Karl Von Brauner)
8 May 12, 1971 (NLT) [Note 50] [Note 3] Live event   [G1][G2]
109 Big Bad John (3) and Omar Atlaz 1 May 19, 1971 10 [Note 3] Live event   [G1][G2]
110 Von Brauners, TheThe Von Brauners
(Kurt and Karl Von Brauner (8))
7 May 29, 1971 14 [Note 3] Live event   [G1][G2]
111 Fargo, JackieJackie Fargo (10) and Jerry Jarrett 1 June 12, 1971 7 Chattanooga, Tennessee Live event   [G1][G2]
112 Von Brauners, TheThe Von Brauners
(Kurt and Karl Von Brauner (9))
8 June 19, 1971 44 Chattanooga, Tennessee Live event   [G1][G2]
113 Rossi, LenLen Rossi (15) and Bearcat Brown (5) 3 August 2, 1971 [Note 51] Birmingham, Alabama Live event   [G1][G2]
114 Von Brauners, TheThe Von Brauners
(Kurt and Karl Von Brauner (10))
9 August 16, 1971 (NLT) [Note 52] [Note 3] Live event   [G1][G2]
115 Fargo, JackieJackie Fargo and Robert Fuller 1 September 4, 1971 [Note 53] Chattanooga, Tennessee Live event   [G1][G2]
116 Von Brauners, TheThe Von Brauners
(Kurt and Karl Von Brauner (10))
12 1971 [Note 54] [Note 3] Live event   [G1][G2]
117 Frazier, StanStan Frazier and Dennis Hall (6) 1 1971 [Note 55] [Note 3] Live event   [G1][G2]
118 Von Brauners, TheThe Von Brauners
(Kurt and Karl Von Brauner (11))
10 1971 [Note 56] [Note 3] Live event   [G1][G2]
119 The Interns
(Intern #1 and Intern #2)
1 November 1971 [Note 57] [Note 3] Live event   [G1][G2]
120 Rossi, LenLen Rossi (16) and Bearcat Brown (6) 4 1971 [Note 58] Birmingham, Alabama Live event   [G1][G2]
121 Heavenly Bodies, TheThe Heavenly Bodies
(Don and Al Greene)
4 December 1971 [Note 59] [Note 3] Live event   [G1][G2]
122 Rossi, LenLen Rossi (17) and Bearcat Brown (7) 5 March 25, 1972 [Note 60] Chattanooga, Tennessee Live event   [G1][G2]
 
123 Von Brauners, TheThe Von Brauners
(Kurt and Karl Von Brauner (12))
11 1972 [Note 61] [Note 3] Live event   [G1][G2]
124 Fuller, RobertRobert Fuller and Kevin Sullivan 1 May 24, 1972 7 Nashville, Tennessee Live event   [G1][G2]
125 Von Brauners, TheThe Von Brauners
(Kurt and Karl Von Brauner (13))
12 May 31, 1972 47 Nashville, Tennessee Live event   [G1][G2]
126 Fuller, RobertRobert Fuller (2) and Sputnik Monroe 1 July 17, 1972 3 Memphis, Tennessee Live event   [G1][G2]
127 Von Brauners, TheThe Von Brauners
(Kurt and Karl Von Brauner (13))
14 July 20, 1972 11 Florence, Alabama Live event   [G1][G2]
128 Fuller, RobertRobert Fuller (3) and Sputnik Monroe 2 July 31, 1972 [Note 62] [Note 3] Live event   [G1][G2]
 
129 Heavenly Bodies, TheThe Heavenly Bodies
(Don and Al Greene)
5 August 1972 [Note 63] [Note 3] Live event   [G1][G2]
130 Fargo, JackieJackie Fargo (11) and Eddie Marlin 1 August 28, 1972 21 Memphis, Tennessee Live event   [G1][G2]
131 Heavenly Bodies, TheThe Heavenly Bodies
(Don and Al Greene)
6 September 18, 1972 21 Memphis, Tennessee Live event   [G1][G2]
132 Walker, JohnnyJohnny Walker (4) and Yamamoto, TojoTojo Yamamoto (8) 1 October 9, 1972 [Note 64] Memphis, Tennessee Live event   [G1][G2]
 
133 The Bounty Hunters
(David Novak and Jerry Novak)
1 1972 [Note 65] [Note 3] Live event   [G1][G2]
134 Bearcat Brown (8) and Johnny Walker (5) 1 December 16, 1972 14 Chattanooga, Tennessee Live event   [G1][G2]
135 The Bounty Hunters
(David Novak and Jerry Novak)
2 December 30, 1972 [Note 66] Chattanooga, Tennessee Live event   [G1][G2]
 
136 Fabulous Kangaroos, TheThe Fabulous Kangaroos
(Al Costello (2) and Don Kent)
1 February 1973 [Note 67] [Note 3] Live event   [G1][G2]
137 Ben Justice and Tojo Yamamoto (9) 1 March 29, 1973 [Note 68] Chattanooga, Tennessee Live event   [G1][G2]
138 Fabulous Kangaroos, TheThe Fabulous Kangaroos
(Al Costello (2) and Don Kent)
2 April 1973 [Note 69] [Note 3] Live event   [G1][G2]
139 Ron and Don Wright 1 April 11, 1973 [Note 70] Knoxville, Tennessee Live event   [G1][G2]
140 Fabulous Kangaroos, TheThe Fabulous Kangaroos
(Al Costello (2) and Don Kent)
3 April 1973 [Note 71] [Note 3] Live event   [G1][G2]
141 Randy Curtis and Lorenzo Parente (4) 1 September 22, 1973 14 Chattanooga, Tennessee Live event   [G1][G2]
142 The Interns
(Intern #1 and Intern #2)
2 October 6, 1973 33 [Note 3] Live event   [G1][G2]
143 Don Greene (7) and Bearcat Brown (9) 1 November 8, 1973 7 Chattanooga, Tennessee Live event   [G1][G2]
144 The Interns
(Intern #1 and Intern #2)
3 November 15, 1973 13 Chattanooga, Tennessee Live event   [G1][G2]
145 Randy Curtis and Lorenzo Parente (5) 2 November 28, 1973 [Note 72] Nashville, Tennessee Live event   [G1][G2]
146 The Interns
(Intern #1 and Intern #2)
4 January 1974 [Note 73] [Note 3] Live event   [G1][G2]
 
147 The Disciples
(Disciple #1 and Disciple #2)
1 19741976 [Note 74] [Note 3] Live event   [G1][G2]
 
148 The Untouchables
(Karl Von Steiger and Otto Von Heller)
1 19741976 [Note 75] [Note 3] Live event   [G1][G2]
 
149 Masked Assassins, TheThe Masked Assassins
(Assassin #1 and Assassin #2)
1 July 1976 [Note 76] [Note 3] Live event Records unclear as to whom they defeated. [G1][G2]
150 The Masked Superstars
(Masked Superstar #1[Note 77] and Masked Superstar #2)
1 August 1976 [Note 78] [Note 3] Live event   [G1][G2]
 
151 Graham, MikeMike Graham and Kevin Sullivan (2) 1 April 1977 [Note 79] [Note 3] Live event Records unclear as to whom they defeated. [G1][G2]
Retired N/A 1977 N/A N/A N/A Championship abandoned by NWA Mid-America [G1][G2]

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 The Von Brauners
(Kurt and Karl Von Brauner)
17 628¤
2 The Fabulous Fargos
(Jackie Fargo and Don Fargo)
8 279¤
3 The Corsicans
(Corsica Joe and Corsica Jean)
8 238¤
4 Don and Luke Fields 3 234
5 Len Rossi and Bearcat Brown 7 228¤
6 The Masked Superstars
(Masked Superstar #1[Note 77] and Masked Superstar #2)
1 213¤
7 The Heavenly Bodies
(Don and Al Greene)
6 211¤
8 The Fabulous Kangaroos
(Al Costello and Don Kent)
3 174¤
9 Tex Riley and Len Rossi 2 161
10 Tor Yamata and Mr. Moto 3 147
11 Big Bad John and Pepe Lopez 2 124¤
12 The Mighty Yankees
(Mighty Yankee #1 and Mighty Yankee #2)
3 119¤
13 Eddie Graham and Sammy Steamboat 2 111¤
14 Tojo Yamamoto and Professor Ito 1 102
15 Tojo Yamamoto and Johnny Long 3 94¤
16 Len Rossi and Tamaya Soto 2 72¤
17 Billy and Jimmy Hines 4 67¤
18 Johnny Walker and Bearcat Brown 2 65¤
19 Herb Welch and Al Costello 1 64
20 Lester Welch and Joe Scarpa 3 62¤
21 The Blue Infernos
(Blue Inferno #1 and Blue Inferno #2)
2 51
22 Mike Clancy and Oni Wiki Wiki 1 49
23 The Interns
(Intern #1 and Intern #2)
2 48¤
Oni Wiki Wiki and Mighty Atlas 4 48¤
25 Randy Curtis and Lorenzo Parente 2 45¤
Len Rossi and Don Carson 2 45¤
27 Len Rossi and Johnny Walker 2 44¤
Mike and Doc Gallagher 1 44
29 Moose and Giant Evans 1 43
30 Don and Ron Carson 1 36
31 Jackie Fargo and Mario Milano 1 35
32 The Continental Warriors
(Bobby Hart and Lorenzo Parente)
4 33¤
33 Motoshi Okuma and Great Kojika 1 31¤
34 The Masked Avengers
(Masked Avenger #1 and Masked Avenger #1)
1 28
Alex Perez and Tojo Yamamoto 2 28
36 Jackie Fargo and Eddie Marlin 1 21
Karl Von Brauner and Luke Graham 1 21
Lester and Herb Welch 1 21
39 Lee Fields and Lester Welch 1 20
40 Les Thatcher and Dennis Hall 1 16
44 Bearcat Brown and Johnny Walker 1 14
Jimmy Golden and Dennis Hall 1 14
Ken Lucas and Dennis Hall 1 14
Alex Perez and Joe Scarpa 1 14
Tojo Yamamoto and Tamaya Soto 1 14
49 Big Bad John and Omar Atlaz 1 10
50 The Great Mephisto and Dante 3
51 Jackie Fargo and Len Rossi 1
Hiro Matsuda and Kanji Inoki 1 8
53 Jackie Fargo and Jerry Jarrett 1 7
Jackie Fargo and Herb Welch 1 7
Bobby and Don Fields 1 7
Lee Fields and Mario Galento 1 7
Robert Fuller and Kevin Sullivan 1 7
Don Greene and Bearcat Brown 1 7
Yvon Robert and Billy Wicks 1 7
60 Robert Fuller and Sputnik Monroe 2
61 Ben Justice and Tojo Yamamoto 1
62 The Bounty Hunters
(David Novak and Jerry Novak)
2
Tojo Yamamoto and Mitsu Hirai 1
64 The Alaskans
(Mike York and Frank Monte)
1
The Disciples
(Disciple #1 and Disciple #2)
1
The Fabulous Fargos
(Jackie Fargo and Joe Fargo)
1
Jackie Fargo and Robert Fuller 1
Stan Frazier and Dennis Hall 1
Mike Graham and Kevin Sullivan 1
The Masked Assassins
(Assassin #1 and Assassin #2)
1
The Mystery Men
(Mystery Man #1 and Mystery Man #2)
1
Tamaya Soto and Great Yamaha 1
The Spoilers
(Spoiler #1 and Spoiler #2)
1
The Untouchables
(Karl Von Steiger and Otto Von Heller)
1
Johnny Walker and Tojo Yamamoto 2
Ron and Don Wright 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 Karl Von Brauner 18 630¤
2 Kurt Von Brauner 17 628¤
3 Len Rossi 16 558¤
4 Jackie Fargo 15 359¤
5 Bearcat Brown 11 314¤
6 Don Fargo 8 279¤
7 Tojo Yamamoto 11 244¤
8 Don Fields 4 241
9 Al Costello 4 238¤
Corsica Jean 8 238¤
Corsica Joe 8 238¤
12 Luke Fields 3 234
13 Don Greene 7 218¤
14 Masked Superstar #1 1 213¤
Masked Superstar #2 1 213¤
16 Al Greene 6 211¤
17 Don Kent 3 174¤
18 Tex Riley 2 161
19 Mr. Moto 3 147
Tor Yamata 3 147
21 Big Bad John 3 134¤
22 Pepe Lopez 2 124¤
Johnny Walker 7 124¤
24 Mighty Yankee #1 3 119¤
Mighty Yankee #2 3 119¤
26 Eddie Graham 2 111¤
Sammy Steamboat 2 111¤
28 Lester Welch 5 103¤
29 Professor Ito 1 102
30 Oni Wiki Wiki 5 97¤
31 Johnny Long 3 94¤
32 Herb Welch 3 92
32 Tamaya Soto 4 87¤
34 Don Carson 3 81¤
35 Lorenzo Parente 6 78¤
36 Joe Scarpa 4 76¤
37 Dennis Hall/Masked Avenger #2 5 73¤
38 Billy Hines 4 67¤
Jimmy Hines 4 67¤
40 Blue Inferno #1 2 51
Blue Inferno #2 2 51
42 Mike Clancy 1 49
43 Intern #1 2 48¤
Intern #2 2 48¤
Mighty Atlas 4 48¤
46 Randy Curtis 2 45¤
47 Doc Gallagher 1 44
Mike Gallagher 1 44
49 Giant Evans 1 43
Moose Evans 1 43
51 Jimmy Golden/Masked Avenger #2 2 42
Alex Perez 3 42
53 Ron Carson 1 36
54 Mario Milano 1 35
55 Bobby Hart 4 33¤
56 Great Kojika 1 31¤
Motoshi Okuma 1 31¤
58 Lee Fields 2 27
59 Luke Graham 1 21
Eddie Marlin 1 21
61 Les Thatcher 1 16
62 Ken Lucas 1 14
63 Robert Fuller 4 12¤
64 Omar Atlaz 1 10
65 Dante 3
The Great Mephist 3
67 Kevin Sullivan 2
Kanji Inoki 1 8
Hiro Matsuda 1 8
70 Bobby Fields 1 7
Mario Galento 1 7
Jerry Jarrett 1 7
Yvon Robert 1 7
Billy Wicks 1 7
75 Sputnik Monroe 2
76 Ben Justice 1
77 Mitsu Hirai 1
David Novak 2
Jerry Novak 2
80 Disciple #1 1
Disciple #2 1
Joe Fargo 1
Stan Frazier 1
Mike Graham 1
Great Yamaha 1
Masked Assassin #1 1
Masked Assassin #2 1
Frank Monte 1
Mystery Man #1 1
Mystery Man #2 1
Spoiler #1 1
Spoiler #2 1
Otto Von Heller 1
Karl Von Steiger 1
Don Wright 1
Ron Wright 1
Mike York 1

See also

Footnotes

  1. ^ Due to lack of information of many of the Von Brauners' reigns, it is impossible to determine the length of most of them; the 510 days represent the minimum number of days possible.
  2. ^ The date the championship was lost has not been documented which means the championship reign lasted anywhere between 85 days and 115 days.
  3. ^ 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 The location of the match was not captured as part of the championship documentation.
  4. ^ The date the championship was won and lost has not been documented which means the championship reign lasted anywhere between 1 day and 36 days.
  5. ^ The date the championship was won and lost has not been documented which means the championship reign lasted anywhere between 1 day and 60 days.
  6. ^ The date the championship was won has not been documented which means the championship reign lasted anywhere between 23 days and 52 days.
  7. ^ The date the championship was lost has not been documented which means the championship reign lasted anywhere between 1 day and 12 days.
  8. ^ The date the championship was won and lost as not been documented which means the championship reign lasted anywhere between 45 days and 75 days.
  9. ^ The date the championship was won has not been documented which means the championship reign lasted anywhere between 1 days and 8 days.
  10. ^ The date the championship was lost has not been documented which means the championship reign lasted anywhere between 10 days and 40 days.
  11. ^ The date the championship was won has not been documented which means the championship reign lasted anywhere between 5 days and 35 days.
  12. ^ The date the championship was lost has not been documented which means the championship reign lasted anywhere between 5 days and 38 days.
  13. ^ The date the championship was won has not been documented which means the championship reign lasted anywhere between 1 day and 34 days.
  14. ^ The date the championship was won has not been documented which means the championship reign lasted anywhere between 1 day and 216 days.
  15. ^ The date the championship was won has not been documented which means the championship reign lasted anywhere between 71 days and 101 days.
  16. ^ The date the championship was lost has not been documented which means the championship reign lasted anywhere between 123 days and 153 days.
  17. ^ The date the championship was lost has not been documented which means the championship reign lasted anywhere between 1 day and 15 days.
  18. ^ The date the championship was won has not been documented which means the championship reign lasted anywhere between 2 days and 5 days.
  19. ^ The date the championship was won and lost has not been documented which means the championship reign lasted anywhere between 120 days and 150 days.
  20. ^ The date the championship was won has not been documented which means the championship reign lasted anywhere between 20 days and 40 days.
  21. ^ The date the championship was vacated has not been documented which means the championship reign lasted anywhere between 8 days and 35 days.
  22. ^ The date the championship was lost has not been documented which means the championship reign lasted anywhere between 1 day and 26 days.
  23. ^ The date the championship was won and lost has not been documented which means the championship reign lasted anywhere between 1 days and 30 days.
  24. ^ The date the championship was lost has not been documented which means the championship reign lasted anywhere between 17 days and 47 days.
  25. ^ The date the championship was won and lost has not been documented which means the championship reign lasted anywhere between 31 days and 91 days.
  26. ^ The date the championship was won has not been documented which means the championship reign lasted anywhere between 64 days and 94 days.
  27. ^ The date the championship was lost has not been documented which means the championship reign lasted anywhere between 79 days and 109 days.
  28. ^ The date the championship was won has not been documented which means the championship reign lasted anywhere between 8 days and 38 days.
  29. ^ The date the championship was lost has not been documented which means the championship reign lasted anywhere between 15 days and 44 days.
  30. ^ The date the championship was won has not been documented which means the championship reign lasted anywhere between 43 days and 73 days.
  31. ^ The date the championship was lost has not been documented which means the championship reign lasted anywhere between 49 days and 75 days.
  32. ^ The date the championship was won and vacated has not been documented which means the championship reign lasted anywhere between 1 day and 26 days.
  33. ^ The date the championship was lost has not been documented which means the championship reign lasted anywhere between 1 day and 56 days.
  34. ^ The date the championship was won and lost has not been documented which means the championship reign lasted anywhere between 1 day and 55 days.
  35. ^ The date the championship was lost has not been documented which means the championship reign lasted anywhere between 1 day and 54 days.
  36. ^ The date the championship was won has not been documented which means the championship reign lasted anywhere between 58 days and 77 days.
  37. ^ The date the championship was won and lost has not been documented which means the championship reign lasted anywhere between 1 day and 19 days.
  38. ^ The date the championship was lost has not been documented which means the championship reign lasted anywhere between 211 days and 241 days.
  39. ^ The date the championship was won has not been documented which means the championship reign lasted anywhere between 110 days and 140 days.
  40. ^ Mystery Man #2 was Dennis Hall who had previously held the championship twice before
  41. ^ The date the championship was lost has not been documented which means the championship reign lasted anywhere between 1 day and 12 days.
  42. ^ The date the championship was won has not been documented which means the championship reign lasted anywhere between 1 day and 30 days.
  43. ^ The date the championship was lost has not been documented which means the championship reign lasted anywhere between 1 day and 39 days.
  44. ^ The date the championship was won has not been documented which means the championship reign lasted anywhere between 14 days and 52 days.
  45. ^ The date the championship was won has not been documented which means the championship reign lasted anywhere between 1 day and 3 days.
  46. ^ The date the championship was won has not been documented which means the championship reign lasted anywhere between 6 days and 8 days.
  47. ^ The date the championship was lost has not been documented which means the championship reign lasted anywhere between 47 days and 74 days.
  48. ^ The date the championship was won has not been documented which means the championship reign lasted anywhere between 6 days and 33 days.
  49. ^ The date the championship was won has not been documented which means the championship reign lasted anywhere between 1 day and 18 days.
  50. ^ The date the championship was won has not been documented which means the championship reign lasted anywhere between 7 days and 25 days.
  51. ^ The date the championship was lost has not been documented which means the championship reign lasted anywhere between 1 day and 14 days.
  52. ^ The date the championship was won has not been documented which means the championship reign lasted anywhere between 19 days and 33 days.
  53. ^ The date the championship was won and lost has not been documented which means the championship reign lasted anywhere between 1 day and 87 days.
  54. ^ The date the championship was won and lost has not been documented which means the championship reign lasted anywhere between 1 day and 86 days.
  55. ^ The date the championship was won and lost has not been documented which means the championship reign lasted anywhere between 1 day and 85 days.
  56. ^ The date the championship was won and lost has not been documented which means the championship reign lasted anywhere between 1 day and 84 days.
  57. ^ The date the championship was won and lost has not been documented which means the championship reign lasted anywhere between 1 day and 60 days.
  58. ^ The date the championship was won and lost has not been documented which means the championship reign lasted anywhere between 1 day and 59 days.
  59. ^ The date the championship was won and lost has not been documented which means the championship reign lasted anywhere between 85 days and 115 days.
  60. ^ The date the championship was lost has not been documented which means the championship reign lasted anywhere between 1 day and 60 days.
  61. ^ The date the championship was lost has not been documented which means the championship reign lasted anywhere between 1 day and 59 days.
  62. ^ The date the championship was lost has not been documented which means the championship reign lasted anywhere between 1 day and 27 days.
  63. ^ The date the championship was lost has not been documented which means the championship reign lasted anywhere between 1 day and 27 days.
  64. ^ The date the championship was won has not been documented which means the championship reign lasted anywhere between 1 day and 67 days.
  65. ^ The date the championship was won has not been documented which means the championship reign lasted anywhere between 1 day and 67 days.
  66. ^ The date the championship was won has not been documented which means the championship reign lasted anywhere between 1 day and 87 days.
  67. ^ The date the championship was won has not been documented which means the championship reign lasted anywhere between 29 days and 56 days.
  68. ^ The date the championship was lost has not been documented which means the championship reign lasted anywhere between 3 days and 13 days.
  69. ^ The date the championship was won and lost has not been documented which means the championship reign lasted anywhere between 1 day and 10 days.
  70. ^ The date the championship was won has not been documented which means the championship reign lasted anywhere between 1 day and 17 days.
  71. ^ The date the championship was won has not been documented which means the championship reign lasted anywhere between 144 days and 164 days.
  72. ^ The date the championship was lost has not been documented which means the championship reign lasted anywhere between 34 days and 64 days.
  73. ^ The date the championship was won and lost has not been documented, which means the championship reign lasted more than 1 day.
  74. ^ The date the championship was won and lost has not been documented, which means the championship reign lasted more than 1 day.
  75. ^ The date the championship was won and lost has not been documented, which means the championship reign lasted more than 1 day.
  76. ^ The date the championship was won and lost has not been documented which means the championship reign lasted anywhere between 1 day and 61 days.
  77. ^ This was not Bill Eadie who would later use the same ring name
  78. ^ The date the championship was won and lost has not been documented which means the championship reign lasted anywhere between 213 days and 272 days.
  79. ^ The date the championship was won and lost has not been documented which means the championship reign lasted anywhere between 1 day and 274 days.

Concurrent championships

Sources for 13 simultaneous NWA World Tag Team Championships

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