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The Mexican National Tag Team Championship, or Campeonata Nacional de Parejas as it’s known as in Spanish, is a “national” leven tag-team wrestling level title, a mid-card title that’s sanctioned by the "Comisión de Box y Lucha Libre Mexico D.F." (the Mexican Boxing and Wrestling commission). The Mexican National Tag Team Championship has been defended exclusively in the Mexican wrestling promotion Asistencia Asesoría y Administración (AAA) since AAA was founded in 1992.

Current Champion

La Parka and Octagón are the current Mexican National Tag Team Champion, it is their first reign together and the 32nd overall championship team. La Parka previously held the Mexican National Tag Team Championship with Máscara Sagrada

Championship History

[…]: Title lineage unclear

Wrestler: Times: Date: Location: Notes:
Black Shadow and Blue Demon 1 June 14, 1957 Mexico City Defeats Tarzan Lopez and Enrique Llanes to become first champions
[...]
Espectro I and Mendoza 1 ????   Order of reigns not verified
[...]
Tarzan Lopez and Henry Pilusso 1 ????   Order of reigns not verified
[...]
Rene Guajardo and Karloff Lagarde 1 1962   Order of reigns not verified
[...]
El Santo and Rayo de Jalisco 1 October 16, 1964   Order of reigns not verified. Team defeats Los Espantos
[...]
El Santo and Rayo de Jalisco 2 April 22, 1966   Defeats Rene Guajardo and Karloff Lagarde to win the vacant title
[...]
Angel Blanco and ]]Dr. Wagner]] 1 ????   Order of reigns not verified
[...]
Brazo de Oro and Brazo de Plata 1 ????   Order of reigns not verified
[...]
Ringo Mendoza and Cachorro Mendoza 1 June 18, 1982/06/18 Mexico City, Mexico Defeats El Satanico and Espectro Jr. to win the vacant titles
Sangre Chicana and Cien Caras 1 April 12, 1985/04/12 Mexico City, Mexico  
Rayo de Jalisco (2) and Tony Benetto 1 October 28, 1985    
Cien Caras and Mascara Año 2000 1 April 16, 1986    
Masakre and MS 1 1 March 26, 1987/03/26 Cuernavaca, Mexico  
Angel Azteca and Atlantis 1 April 6, 1988    
Pierroth Jr. and Besita Salvaje 1 May 26, 1990 Puebla, Puebla, Mexico  
Angel Azteca (2) and Volador 1 March 9, 1991    
Los Destructores
(Tony Arce and Volcano)
1 May 29, 1991 Acapulco  
Brazo de Oro and Brazo de Plata 1 December 12, 1991 Acapulco  
Los Destructores
(Tony Arce and Volcano)
2 December 17, 1991 Mexico City, Mexico  
Misterioso and Volador (2) 1 March 8, 1992 Mexico City, Mexico  
Los Destructores
(Tony Arce and Volcano)
3 July 28, 1992 Monterrey  
Misterioso and Volador (3) 2 October 9, 1992    
Tony Arce and Rocco Valente 1 February 12, 1993 Mexico City, Mexico  
Heavy Metal and Latin Lover 1 September 9, 1994 Monterrey  
Fuerza Guerrera and Juventud Guerrera 1 December 2, 19 94 Mexico City  
Latin Lover (2) and Panterita del Ring 1 June 1, 1995 Texcoco  
Fuerza Guerrera and Juventud Guerrera 2 September 18, 1995 Nuevo Laredo  
Vacant December 1995 Promo Azteca and AAA split
Fuerza Guerrera and Psicosis # January 12, 19 96 Netzahualcoyotl Defeats Volador and El Mexicano for vacant title.
Fuerza Guerrera and Juventud Guerrera # 1996   The Mexican commission returns belts to the Guerreras as they never lost the titles
Vacant August 1996 The Guerreras were stripped of the titles as they worked for different promotions
Fuerza Guerrera (3) and Mosco de la Merced 1 July 20, 1997/07/20 Naucalpan Defeats Perro Aguayo and Perro Aguayo Jr. in tournament final.
Perro Aguayo and Perro Aguayo, Jr. 1 June 7, 1998 Chihuahua  
El Cobarde and El Cobarde Jr. 1 February 22, 1999 Nuevo Laredo  
Perro Aguayo and Perro Aguayo Jr. 2 March 1, 1999 Nuevo Laredo  
Los Vipers
(Electro Shock and Abismo Negro)
1 May 4, 1999 Manzanillo  
Haytor and The Panther 1 November 7, 19 99 Monterrey  
Los Vipers
(Electro Shock and Abismo Negro)
2 May 7, 2000 Monterrey  
Hector Garza and Perro Aguayo Jr. (3) 1 July 9, 2000 Osaka, JAPAN  
El Texano and Pirata Morgan 1 September 8, 2000 Tijuana  
La Parka Jr. and Máscara Sagrada 1 November 11, 2001 Monterrey  
Electro Shock (3) and Chessman 1 April 19, 2002 Torreon  
Octagón and La Parka Jr. (2) 1 June 20, 2003 Veracruz  

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