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The British Tag Team Championship (also referred to as the Unified British Tag Team Championship due to its lineage) is a professional wrestling tag team championship owned and copyrighted by International Pro Wrestling: United Kingdom and Real Quality Wrestling. The IPW:UK title was established in 2005 and the RQW title was established in 2007. The titles merged in 2008.
The IPW:UK Tag Team Championship was established at Weekend of Champions along with their Heavyweight belt in 2005. The knockout tournament took place over two nights. Similarly the RQW Tag Team Championship was decided with a knockout tournament but this took place over a series of events in 2007. As RQW moved further towards being an umbrella organisation than an outright promotion, the belts were unified at IPW:UK's Royale Rewards. Although the two belts were unified under the new name of British Tag Team Championship, the lineage continues from the IPW:UK belt.
The tournament to crown the first tag team champions of RQW began in January 2007 until their annual Summer Brawl in August where the inaugural champions were crowned.
| Team Charming|
(Jack Storm & Dave Moralez)
| Hubba Bubba Lucha|
(Bubblegum & El Ligero)
|The Dragon Hearts|
| The Dragon Hearts|
(Spud & Dragon Phoenix)
| The Kartel|
(Sha Samuels & Terry Frazier)
|Jonny Storm & Kid Kash||Pin|
| Hated Heroes|
(Andy Boy Simmonz & Aviv Maayan)
|Madder Than You|
| Madder Than You|
(JP Monroe & Mad Man Manson)
|Darren Burridge & Kikutaro|
- International Pro Wrestling: United Kingdom
- Real Quality Wrestling
- Champion history - History of the wrestlers who have held the belt.
- Title matches - Matches in which the title was defended.