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Champion history

Wrestlers: Reigns: Date: Location: Notes:
Doom
(Butch Reed and Ron Simmons)
1 January, 1991 N/A. Reigning NWA World Tag Team Champions when WCW withdrew from NWA; Were named as first WCW Tag Team Champions.
Fabulous Freebirds
(Michael Hayes and Jimmy Garvin)
1 February 24, 1991 Phoenix, AZ The infamous "negative reign": the match where the Freebirds lost the belts to the Steiner Brothers was taped on February 18 1991 -- 6 days before they won them -- while Doom were still champions.
The Steiner Brothers
(Rick and Scott)
1 March 9, 1991 Montgomery, AL Aired on WCW television March 9, taped February 18. Vacated on July 18 1991 due to Scott's injury.
Enforcers
(Arn Anderson and Larry Zbyszko)
1 September 5, 1991 Augusta, GA Defeated Rick Steiner & Bill Kazmeier in tournament final.
Ricky Steamboat and Dustin Rhodes 1 November 19, 1991 Savannah, GA N/A.
Arn Anderson (2) and Bobby Eaton 1 January 16, 1992 Jacksonville, FL N/A.
Steiner Bros. 2 May 3, 1992 Chicago, IL N/A.
Terry Gordy and Steve Williams 1 July 5, 1992 Atlanta, GA N/A.
Gordy & Williams unify titles with NWA World Tag Team Championship
Barry Windham and Dustin Rhodes (2) 1 September 21, 1992 Atlanta, GA N/A.
Ricky Steamboat (2) and Shane Douglas 1 November 18, 1992 Macon, GA N/A.
Hollywood Blondes
(Steve Austin and Brian Pillman)
1 March 2, 1993 Macon, GA N/A.
Arn Anderson (3) and Paul Roma 1 August 18 1993 Daytona, FL Defeated Austin & Lord Steven Regal who subbed for the injured Pillman.
NWA pulls their titles out of unified championship when WCW withdraws from NWA
The Nasty Boys
(Jerry Sags and Brian Knobbs)
1 September 19, 1993 Houston, TX N/A.
Marcus Bagwell and 2 Cold Scorpio 1 October 4, 1993 Columbus, GA N/A.
The Nasty Boys 2 October 24, 1993 New Orleans, LA N/A.
Cactus Jack and Kevin Sullivan 1 May 22, 1994 Philadelphia, PA N/A.
Pretty Wonderful
(Paul Roma (2) and Paul Orndorff)
1 July 17, 1994 Orlando, FL N/A.
Stars N Stripes
(Marcus Bagwell (2) and The Patriot)
1 September 25, 1994 Atlanta, GA N/A.
Pretty Wonderful
Roma (3) and Orndorff (2)
2 October 23, 1994 Detroit, MI N/A.
Stars N Stripes
Marcus Bagwell (3) and The Patriot (2)
2 November 16, 1994 Jacksonville, FL N/A.
Harlem Heat
(Booker T and Stevie Ray)
1 December 8, 1994 Atlanta, GA N/A.
The Nasty Boys 3 May 21, 1995 St. Petersburg, FL N/A.
Harlem Heat 2 June 24, 1995 Atlanta, GA N/A.
Dick Slater and Bunkhouse Buck 1 July 22, 1995 Atlanta, GA N/A.
Harlem Heat 3 September 17, 1995 Asheville, NC N/A.
The American Males
(Marcus Bagwell (4) and Scott Riggs)
1 September 18, 1995 Johnson City, TN N/A.
Harlem Heat 4 September 27, 1995 Atlanta, GA N/A.
Sting and Lex Luger 1 January 22, 1996 Las Vegas, NV N/A.
Harlem Heat 5 June 24, 1996 Charlotte, NC N/A.
Steiner Bros. 3 July 24, 1996 Cincinnati, OH N/A.
Harlem Heat 6 July 27, 1996 Dayton, OH N/A.
Public Enemy
(Johnny Grunge and Rocco Rock)
1 September 23, 1996 Birmingham, AL N/A.
Harlem Heat 7 October 1, 1996 Canton, OH N/A.
The Outsiders
(Kevin Nash and Scott Hall)
1 October 27, 1996 Las Vegas, NV N/A.
Steiner Bros. 4 January 26, 1997 Cedar Rapids, IA N/A.
The Outsiders 2 January 27, 1997 N/A. Given back by Eric Bischoff.
Lex Luger (2) and The Giant 1 February 23, 1997 San Francisco, CA N/A.
The Outsiders 3 February 24, 1997 N/A. Titles given back
Steiner Bros. 5 October 13, 1997 Tampa, FL N/A.
The Outsiders 4 January 12, 1998 Jacksonville, FL N/A.
Steiner Bros. 6 February 9, 1998 El Paso, TX N/A.
The Outsiders 5 February 22, 1998 San Francisco, CA N/A.
Sting (2) and The Giant (2) 1 May 17, 1998 Worcester, MA Vacated in June 4, 1998 when team split up.
Sting (3) and Kevin Nash (6) 1 June 15, 1998 Uniondale, NY Sting defeated The Giant at [[The Great American Bash, 1998|The Great American Bash]] & then picked Nash as his partner the following night
Scott Hall (6) and The Giant (3) 1 July 20, 1998 Salt Lake City, UT N/A.
Rick Steiner (7) and Buff Bagwell 1 October 25, 1998 Las Vegas, NV Steiner won the titles by himself as Bagwell turned on him during the match
Rick Steiner (7) and Kenny Kaos 1 October 26, 1998 Phoenix, AZ The following night on Nitro Steiner picked Kaos as his partner.
Rick Steiner (7) and Judy Bagwell 1 December, 1998 NA After an injury to Kaos, Steiner was allowed to select another partner. Due to his feud with the nWo and Bagwell he decided to pick Buff's mother Judy. Vacated in January, 1999 due to Steiner's injury
Barry Windham (2) and Curt Hennig 1 February 21, 1999 Oakland, CA Defeated Chris Benoit & Dean Malenko in tournament final
Chris Benoit and Dean Malenko 1 March 14, 1999 Louisville, KY N/A.
Rey Misterio, Jr. and Billy Kidman 1 March 29, 1999 Toronto, ON N/A.
Raven and Perry Saturn 1 May 9, 1999 St. Louis, MO N/A.
Dallas Page and Bam Bam Bigelow 1 May 31, 1999 Houston, TX Allowed to defend titles w/ Chris Kanyon due to Freebird Rule
Chris Benoit (2) and Perry Saturn (2) 1 June 10, 1999 Syracuse, NY N/A.
Jersey Triad
(DDP (2), Bam Bam Bigelow (2) and Chris Kanyon)
1 June 13, 1999 Baltimore, MD N/A.
Harlem Heat 8 August 14, 1999 Sturgis, SD Defeated Bigelow and Kanyon
Barry Windham (3) and Kendall Windham 1 August 23, 1999 Las Vegas, NV N/A.
Harlem Heat 9 September 12, 1999 Winston-Salem, NC N/A.
Konnan and Rey Misterio, Jr. (2) 1 October 18, 1999 Philadelphia, PA N/A.
Harlem Heat 10 October 24, 1999 Las Vegas, NV Won a three team hardcore match
Konnan (2) and Billy Kidman (2) 1 October 25, 1999 Phoenix, AZ N/A.
Creative Control
(Don and Ron Harris
1 November 22, 1999 Auburn Hills, MI N/A.
Bret Hart and Goldberg 1 December 7, 1999 Madison, WI N/A.
The Outsiders
Hall (7) and Nash (7)
6 December 13, 1999 New Orleans, LA Vacated December 27, 1999 due to Hall's injury.
David Flair and Crowbar 1 January 3, 2000 Greenville, SC Defeated Kevin Nash & Scott Steiner in tournament final
The Mamalukes
Johnny the Bull and Big Vito
1 January 18, 2000 Evansville, IN N/A.
Creative Control 2 February 12, 2000 Oberhausen, Germany N/A.
The Mamalukes 2 February 13, 2000 Leipzig, Germany N/A.
Creative Control 3 March 19, 2000 Miami, FL All WCW Titles were declared vacant by Vince Russo and Eric Bischoff on April 10, 2000 after WCW was rebooted.
Shane Douglas (2) and Buff Bagwell (5) 1 April 16, 2000 Chicago, IL Defeated Ric Flair & Lex Luger in tournament final
KroniK
Brian Adams and Bryan Clark
1 May 15, 2000 Biloxi, MS N/A.
Perfect Event
(Shawn Stasiak and Chuck Palumbo)
1 May 30, 2000 Nampa, ID N/A.
Kronik 2 July 9, 2000 Daytona Beach, FL N/A.
The Great Muta and Vampiro 1 August 13, 2000 Vancouver, BC N/A.
Rey Misterio, Jr. (3) and Juventud Guerrera 1 August 14, 2000 Kelowna, BC Stripped on September 18, 2000 because Disco Inferno was pinned by WCW Commissioner Ernest Miller with stipulation that he could strip titles if Miller pinned Disco
Sean O'Haire and Mark Jindrak 1 September 25, 2000 Uniondale, NY Won Battle Royal
Misfits in Action
Lt. Loco and Cpl. Cajun
1 October 9, 2000 Sydney, Australia N/A.
Sean O'Haire and Mark Jindrak 2 October 9, 2000 Sydney, Australia N/A.
Boogie Knights
(Alex Wright and Disco Inferno)
1 November 16, 2000 Oberhausen, Germany N/A.
Perfect Event 2 November 20, 2000 Augusta, GA N/A.
The Insiders
(DDP (3) and Kevin Nash (8))
1 November 26, 2000 Milwaukee, WI N/A.
Perfect Event 3 December 4, 2000 N/A. Titles given back by WCW Commissioner Mike Sanders
The Insiders
DDP (4) and Kevin Nash (9)
2 December 17, 2000 Washington, DC N/A.
Chuck Palumbo (4) and Sean O'Haire (3) 1 January 14, 2001 Indianapolis, IN N/A.

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