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National Wrestling Alliance - Texas
International Tag Team Championship
(1962 - November 1966)
Won By: Won From:     Date: Event: Location: Length of         
Title Reign:         
Fabulous Kangaroos:
Al Costello & Roy Heffernan
-- Jun. 01, 1962        -- -- 245 days     
Recognized as first champions in 1962, date and circumstances unknown.
George Scott & Sandy Scott Fabulous Kangaroos Feb. 01, 1963        -- -- 287 days     
Recognized as champions after The Fabulous Kangaroos, date and location unknown.
Karl von Stroheim & Kurt von Stroheim George & Sandy Scott Nov. 15, 1963        -- , TX, USA 247 days     
Recognized as champions after The Von Stroheims before July of 1964, date and location unknown.
Bull Curry & Fred Curry The Von Stroheims Jul. 20, 1964        -- Ft. Worth, TX, USA 1 yr, 26 days     
Karl von Stroheim & Kurt von Stroheim Bull & Fred Curry Aug. 15, 1965        -- , TX, USA 1 yr, 0 days     
Recognized as champions after The Currys before 1966, date and location unknown.
Mike Paidousis & Fritz Von Goehring The Von Stroheims Aug. 15, 1966        -- , TX, USA 82 days     
Recognized as champions after The Von Stroheims before September of 1966, date and location unknown.
National Wrestling Alliance/
Japan Wrestling Association
International Tag Team Championship
(November 1966 - April 14, 1973)

Won By: Won From:     Date: Event: Location: Length of         
Title Reign:         
Giant Baba & Michiaki Yoshimura Paidousis & Von Goehring Nov. 05, 1966        -- Tokyo, Kantō, Japan 335 days     
Control of the title is transfered to Japan Wrestling Association.
Bill Watts & Tarzan Tyler Baba & Yoshimura Oct. 06, 1967        -- Fukushima, Japan 25 days     
Antonio Inoki & Giant Baba (2) Watts & Tyler Oct. 31, 1967        -- Osaka, Kansai, Japan 69 days     
** Title Held-Up ** Inoki & Baba Jan. 08, 1968        -- Hiroshima, Chūgoku, Japan 26 days     
The title is held-up after Inoki is unable to appear at a title match against Bill Miller & Crusher Lisowski due to weather conditions.
Antonio Inoki (2) & Giant Baba (3) Miller & Lisowski Feb. 03, 1968        -- Tokyo, Kantō, Japan 340 days     
Danny Hodge & Wilbur Snyder Inoki & Baba Jan. 09, 1969        -- Hiroshima, Chūgoku, Japan 26 days     
Antonio Inoki (3) & Giant Baba (4) Hodge & Snyder Feb. 04, 1969        -- Sapporo, Hokkaido, Japan 188 days     
Crusher Lisowski & Dick The Bruiser Inoki & Baba Aug. 11, 1969        -- Sapporo, Hokkaido, Japan 2 days     
Antonio Inoki (4) & Giant Baba (5) Lisowski & The Bruiser Aug. 13, 1969        -- Osaka, Kansai, Japan 2 yrs, 117 days     
Dory Funk Jr. & Terry Funk Inoki & Baba Dec. 07, 1971        -- Sapporo, Hokkaido, Japan 164 days     
Giant Baba (6) & Seiji Sakaguchi Dory Jr. & Terry Funk May 19, 1972        -- Los Angeles, CA, USA 106 days     
** Title Vacated ** Baba & Sakaguchi Sep. 02, 1972        -- -- 91 days     
The titles are vacated when Baba leaves J.W.A. to start All Japan Pro Wrestling.
Kintaro Ohki & Seiji Sakaguchi (2) Kiniski & Brazil Dec. 02, 1972        -- Tokyo, Kantō, Japan 82 days     
Johnny Valentine & Killer Karl Krupp Ohki & Sakaguchi Feb. 22, 1973        -- Osaka, Kansai, Japan 12 days     
Kintaro Ohki (2) & Umanosuke Ueda Valentine & Krupp Mar. 06, 1973        -- Nagoya, Chūbu, Japan 43 days     
Fritz Von Erich & Killer Karl Krupp (2) Ohki & Ueda Apr. 18, 1973        -- Yaizu, Japan 7 days     
National Wrestling Alliance - Amarillo
International Tag Team Championship
(April 14, 1973 - 1974)

Won By: Won From:     Date: Event: Location: Length of         
Title Reign:         
Karl Von Steiger & Killer Karl Krupp (3) -- Apr. 25, 1973        -- -- 31 days     
Fritz Von Erich gives up his title and Krupp is allowed to choose Von Steiger as a new partner. J.W.A. closes in April of 1973 and control of the title is transfered to N.W.A. Amarillo.
Dory Funk Jr. (2) & Terry Funk (2) Von Steiger & Krupp May 26, 1973        -- Amarillo, TX, USA 92 days     
Cyclone Negro & Killer Karl Kox Dory Jr. & Terry Funk Aug. 26, 1973        -- Lubbock, TX, USA 20 days     
Dory Funk Jr. (3) & Terry Funk (3) Negro & Kox Sep. 15, 1973        -- , TX, USA 1 yr, 143 days     
Recognized as champions after Negro & Kox before October of 1973, date and location unknown.
National Wrestling Alliance/
All Japan Pro Wrestling
International Tag Team Championship
(1975 - June 10, 1988)

Won By: Won From:     Date: Event: Location: Length of         
Title Reign:         
Giant Baba (7) & Jumbo Tsuruta Dory Jr. & Terry Funk Feb. 05, 1975        -- San Antonio, TX, USA 1 yr, 266 days     
Control of the title is transfer to All Japan Pro Wrestling.
Kim Duk & Kintaro Ohki (3) Baba & Tsuruta Oct. 28, 1976        -- Tokyo, Kantō, Japan 42 days     
Giant Baba (8) & Jumbo Tsuruta (2) Duk & Ohki Dec. 09, 1976        -- Tokyo, Kantō, Japan 333 days     
Kim Duk (2) & Kintaro Ohki (4) Baba & Tsuruta Nov. 07, 1977        -- Seoul, South Korea 185 days     
Giant Baba (9) & Jumbo Tsuruta (3) Duk & Ohki May 11, 1978        -- Osaka, Kansai, Japan 1 yr, 154 days     
Abdullah The Butcher & Ray Candy Baba & Tsuruta Oct. 12, 1979        -- Asahikawa, Japan 7 days     
Giant Baba (10) & Jumbo Tsuruta (4) Abdullah & Candy Oct. 19, 1979        -- Kooriyama, Japan 3 yrs, 176 days     
Ron Bass & Stan Hansen Baba & Tsuruta Apr. 12, 1983        -- Matsuyama, Japan 5 days     
Giant Baba (11) & Jumbo Tsuruta (5) Bass & Hansen Apr. 17, 1983        -- Nagasaki, Japan 100 days     
Tiger Jeet Singh & Umanosuke Ueda Baba & Tsuruta Jul. 26, 1983        -- Fukuoka, Kyushu, Japan 6 days     
Giant Baba (12) & Jumbo Tsuruta (6) Singh & Ueda Aug. 01, 1983        -- Tokyo, Kantō, Japan 274 days     
** Title Vacated ** Baba & Tsuruta May 01, 1984        -- -- 125 days     
The titles are vacated due to the injury of Giant Baba. A match is held on May 20, 1985 between Jumbo Tsuruta & Genichrio Tenryu and Tiger Jeet Singh & Umanosuke Ueda for the vacant titles but the match ends in a double disqualification.
Jumbo Tsuruta (7) & Genichiro Tenryu Brody & Blackwell Sep. 03, 1984        -- Hiroshima, Chūgoku, Japan 1 yr, 155 days     
Tsuruta & Tenryu defeated Bruiser Brody & Crusher Blackwell for the vacant titles.
Riki Choshu & Yoshiaki Yatsu Tsuruta & Tenryu Feb. 05, 1986        -- Sapporo, Hokkaido, Japan 1 yr, 0 days     
Jumbo Tsuruta (8) & Genichiro Tenryu (2) Choshu & Yatsu Feb. 05, 1987        -- Tokyo, Kantō, Japan 35 days     
The Road Warriors:
Animal & Hawk
Tsuruta & Tenryu Mar. 12, 1987        -- Sapporo, Hokkaido, Japan 1 yr, 91 days     
Jumbo Tsuruta (9) & Yoshiaki Yatsu (2) The Road Warriors Jun. 10, 1988        -- Tokyo, Kantō, Japan 29 yrs, 113 days     
Tsuruta & Yatsu, the reigning P.W.F. World Tag Team Champions, defeated the Road Warriors to unify the titles into the A.J.P.W. Unified World Tag Team Championship, also known as the Double Cup Tag Team Championship.