WXW Tag Team Championship

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WXW Tag Team Championship
Details
Promotion Top Rope Productions/World Xtreme Wrestling
Date established October 26, 1996
Other name(s)
Top Rope Tag Team Championship

This is a chronological list of WXW Tag Team Champions. The WXW Tag Team Championship is a professional wrestling tag team title created in 1996 as part of for Top Rope Productions (later renamed World Xtreme Wrestling.)[1]

Title history

No. Champion Reign Date Days held Location Notes
1 Hard Rock Hamilton and Sweet Daddy Jay Love 1 August 31, 1996 [a] Unknown
Vacated Unknown Hamilton and Love vacated the titles at an unknown date.
2 The Lumberjaks
(Jake Molsonn and Jak Molsonn
1 October 26, 1996 128 Hazleton, Pennsylvania Defeated Hardened Steel (Dan Steel and Steve Smyth) to win the vacant championship.
3 Love Connection
(Jay Love and Georgie Love)
1 March 3, 1997 82 Lebanon, Pennsylvania
4 Samoan Gangstas
(L.A. Smooth and Matty Smalls)
1 May 24, 1997 [a] Hazleton, Pennsylvania
Vacated June 1997 The title is declared vacant after the Samoan Gangstas are temporarily suspended.
5 Siberian Express
(The Mad Russian and The Russian Eliminator)
1 June 27, 1997 82 Hazleton, Pennsylvania Defeated The Lumberjaks and Love Connection in a three-way match to win the vacant titles.
6 Samoan Gangstas
(L.A. Smooth and Matty Smalls)
2 September 17, 1997 192 Hazleton, Pennsylvania
Vacated March 28, 1998 The title is declared vacant after L.A. Smooth and Matty Smalls begin feuding and Smalls is forced to leave the promotion after losing a Loser Leaves Town match to L.A. Smooth.
7 The Grungers
(Gutterboy and Skank)
1 May 23, 1998 [a] Hazleton, Pennsylvania Defeated Love Connection in a tournament final.
Vacated September 1998
8 Samoan Gangstas
(L.A. Smooth and Matty Smalls
3 October 13, 1998 [a] Hazleton, Pennsylvania Defeated The Bad Crew (Dog and Rose) in a tournament final.
Vacated November 1998 The title is declared vacant after the team splits up. During this time, Top Rope Productions is renamed World Xtreme Wrestling in November 1998.
11 Wild Things
(Arick Von Erick and Vincent Goodnite)
1 February 20, 1999 42 Hazleton, Pennsylvania Won titles in a tournament final.
12 Latin Hit Squad
(Nuisance and Puerto Rican Chile)
1 April 3, 1999 21 Hazleton, Pennsylvania Defeated Vincent Goodnite and Sweet Daddy Jay Love (substituting for Arick Von Erick) after Sweet Daddy Jay Love attacked Goodnite.
13 Wild Things
(Arick Von Erick and Vincent Goodnite)
2 April 24, 1999 78 Hazleton, Pennsylvania Won titles in a tournament final.
14 Latin Hit Squad
(Nuisance and Puerto Rican Chile)
3 July 11, 1999 62 Hazleton, Pennsylvania Defeated Vincent Goodnite and Sweet Daddy Jay Love (substituting for Arick Von Erick) after Sweet Daddy Jay Love attacked Goodnite.
15 American Hunk Society
Mark the Body and Tommy Suede
1 September 11, 1999 147 Hazleton, Pennsylvania Defeated the Latin Hit Squad in a three-way match also involving The Grungers.
16 Old School
(The Mad Russian and Salvatore Bellomo)
1 February 5, 2000 118 Hazleton, Pennsylvania Defeated Vincent Goodnite and Sweet Daddy Jay Love (substituting for Arick Von Erick) after Sweet Daddy Jay Love attacked Goodnite.
17 American Hunk Society
(Mark the Body and Tommy Suede)
2 June 2, 2000 35 Hazleton, Pennsylvania
18 The Showstoppers
(Lucifer Grimm and Afa Jr.)
1 July 7, 2000 1 Hazleton, Pennsylvania Defeated Tommy Suede and Kevin The Behemoth (substituting for Mark The Body) in a three-way match also involving the Latin Hit Squad.
19 American Hunk Society
(Mark the Body and Tommy Suede)
3 July 8, 2000 1 Hazleton, Pennsylvania
20 Latin Hit Squad
(Nuisance and Puerto Rican Chile)
3 July 9, 2000 68 Hazleton, Pennsylvania
21 Moondogs 2000
(Moondog Wenzel and Jak Molsonn)
1 September 15, 2000 Hazleton, PA
22 New Jersey Hit Squad
(Monsta Mack and Mafia)
1 July 11, 1999 Hazleton, PA
23 Moondogs 2000
(Moondog Wenzel and Jak Molsonn)
2 April 24, 1999 Hazleton, PA
24 Neil & Bob
(Bob Hansen and Nicky Ice)
1 April 24, 1999 Hazleton, PA Won titles in a tournament final.
Vacated October 11, 1999 Although Twin Tackles (Gene Snisky and Rob Harper defeated Bob and Weave (substituting for Neil) in Hazleton, Pennsylvania on October 11, Commissioner Lotto Money ruled that Weave was the defending tag champion and the titles were returned to Neil & Bob on October 13, 2001.
25 Twin Tackles
(Gene Snisky and Rob Harper)
1 October 13, 2001 Hazleton, PA
26 New Jersey Hit Squad
(Monsta Mack and Mafia)
1 February 10, 2002 Hazleton, PA Defeated Vincent Goodnite and Sweet Daddy Jay Love (substituting for Arick Von Erick) after Sweet Daddy Jay Love attacked Goodnite.
27 Big Poppa Pete and Big Dawg Molsonn 1 July 12, 2002 Hazleton, PA Defeated Vincent Goodnite and Sweet Daddy Jay Love (substituting for Arick Von Erick) after Sweet Daddy Jay Love attacked Goodnite.
Vacated October 20, 2002 The Tag Team titles are declared vacant after Big Poppa Pete attacked Big Dawg Molsonn during a match in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania.
28 Supreme Lee Great and Tommy Suede (4) 1 November 24, 2002 Hazleton, PA Defeated Los Lunatics to win the vacant tag team title.
29 Moondogs 2000
(Moondog Wenzel and Jak Molsonn)
3 January 4, 2003 Hazleton, PA Won titles in a tournament final.
30 Los Lunatics
(Eddie Guapo and Low Ryda)
1 March 8, 2003 Hazleton, Pennsylvania
31 The Double Threat
(Jake Bishop and Cliff Compton)
1 July 11, 2003 Allentown, Pennsylvania
Stripped September 14, 2003 The Tag Team titles are declared vacant after Double Threat (Jake Bishop and Cliff Compton) are stripped of the titles for failing to defend them within a 30-day period.
32 All Money Is Legal
(K. Pusha and Dizzie)
1 October 19, 2003 Scotia, Pennsylvania Defeated Los Lunatics (Eddie Guapo and Low Ryda) in a Best of Five Series to win the vacant tag team titles.
33 Mark Gore and Anthony Michaels 1 January 9, 2004 Scotia, Pennsylvania Defeated All Money Is Legal in a three-way match with The All-Knighters.
34 Nuisance (5) and Sugaa 1 March 12, 2004 Scotia, Pennsylvania
Vacated May 2004
35 The Untouchables 1 May 29, 2004 Scotia, Pennsylvania Defeated the Dirty Rotten Scoundrels (EC Negro & KC Blade) to win the vacant tag team title.
36 Dirty Rotten Scoundrels
([E.C. Negro and K.C. Blade)
1 July 31, 2004 Scotia, Pennsylvania
37 The Untouchables 2 August 28, 2004 Scotia, Pennsylvania Defeated E.C. Negro in a handicap match after K.C. Blade was unable to wrestle due to an injury.
38 Cabbie and C.J. O'Doyle 1 October 29, 2004 Scotia, Pennsylvania Defeated The Untouchables in a "Scotia Street Fight".
39 Greg Matthews and Kevin Matthews 1 January 14, 2005 Scotia, Pennsylvania Defeated C.J. O'Doyle and Sinister X (substituting for an injured Cabbie) in a four-way match with All Money Is Legal and Eddie Guapo and Havoc.
40 The Untouchables 3 April 3, 2005 Allentown, PA
41 Tonic and The Dynamic Sensation 1 July 9, 2005 Bushkill, PA
  1. ^ a b c d The exact date is unknown, and thus the reign length cannot be determined.

References

  1. ^ Eric Shaffer, Ben Ziek, John Lazarsky, Mark Clemson and Sam Cesare (2004). "World Xtreme Wrestling World Tag Team Title History". Solie's Title Histories. 
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