The Ring of Honor (ROH) World Tag Team Championship is the tag team title contested for in the independent professional wrestling promotion Ring of Honor. The title gained world title status after being defended by Austin Aries and Roderick Strong in the Dragon Gate promotion in Japan. Since then the title has also been defended in the United Kingdom.
The ROH Tag Team Championship was introduced at Unscripted on September 21, 2002, where ROH held a tournament to crown the first champions. At the time, ROH did not have actually title belts, and instead presented Christopher Daniels and Donovan Morgan, the winners of the tournament, with a trophy.
The title became the ROH World Tag Team Championship after then champions Austin Aries and Roderick Strong defeated Naruki Doi and Masato Yoshino on July 9, 2006 while on a tour in Japan with Dragon Gate. Since then, the title has also been defended in the United Kingdom.
In 2010 the title belt, along with the ROH World Championship, was redesigned.
In 2012, the title belts were redesigned again, with the company's current logo.
The current champions are The Young Bucks (Matt Jackson and Nick Jackson), who are in their third reign both individually and as a team. They defeated The Hardys (Jeff Hardy and Matt Hardy) in Lakeland, Florida on April 1, 2017 at The Lakeland Center at the Supercard of Honor XI. Overall, there have been 48 reigns among 50 different wrestlers and 29 different teams.
- Ring of Honor
- Champion history - History of the wrestlers who have held the belt.
- Title matches - Matches in which the title was defended.
- Champion gallery - A gallery of all champions.
|Current Ring of Honor Championships|
|ROH World Championship|
ROH World Tag Team Championship
ROH World Television Championship
ROH World Six-Man Tag Team Championship
| ROH Pure Championship|
ROH Number One Contender's Trophy
ROH Top of the Class Trophy