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National Wrestling Alliance/
Gulf Coast Championship Wrestling
United States Tag Team Championship
(October 17, 1962 - March 1974)
Won By: Won From:     Date: Event: Location: Length of         
Title Reign:         
Bad Boy Hines & Billy Boy Hines Awarded Oct. 17, 1962        -- -- 0 days     
Billed as champions upon arrivial in Gulf Coast, only defends title once, then the titles are vacated and eventually deactivated.
The Dirty Daltons:
Jack Dalton & Jim Dalton
Bad & Billy Boy Hines Nov. 02, 1965        -- -- 70 days     
Billed as champions upon arrival in the Gulf Coast, replacing The Hines Brothers.
The Dirty Daltons:
Jack Dalton (2) & Frank Dalton
-- Jan. 11, 1966        -- -- 230 days     
Jack chooses Frank as a new partner when Jim leaves the promotion area.
Bobby Fields & Lee Fields The Dirty Daltons Aug. 29, 1966        -- Alexandria, LA, USA 41 days     
The Dirty Daltons:
Jack Dalton (3) & Frank Dalton (2)
Tournament Oct. 09, 1966        -- Lafayette, LA, USA 122 days     
The Dirty Daltons win a 11-team tournament in which the Fields put the title on the line.
Roger Kirby & Dennis Hall The Dirty Daltons Feb. 08, 1967        -- Mobile, AL, USA 7 days     
The Dirty Daltons:
Jack Dalton (4) & Frank Dalton (3)
Kirby & Hall Feb. 15, 1967        -- Mobile, AL, USA 6 days     
Bobby Fields (2) & Danny Little Bear The Dirty Daltons Feb. 21, 1967        -- Baton Rouge, LA, USA 49 days     
The Dirty Daltons:
Jack Dalton (5) & Frank Dalton (4)
Fields & Little Bear Apr. 11, 1967        -- Baton Rouge, LA, USA 99 days     
Ramon Perez & Pepe Perez The Dirty Daltons Jul. 19, 1967        -- New Orleans, LA, USA 76 days     
The Dirty Daltons:
Jack Dalton (6) & Frank Dalton (5)
Ramon & Pepe Perez Oct. 03, 1967        -- Baton Rouge, LA, USA 241 days     
The titles are vacated in June of 1968 and eventually deactivated after the Dirty Daltons leave the promotion area.
The Rising Suns:
The Great Ota & Mr. Koma
Awarded Apr. 14, 1971        -- -- 35 days     
The Rising Suns are billed as champions upon arrival in Gulf Coast.
Mike Boyette & The Wrestling Pro The Rising Suns May 19, 1971        -- Mobile, AL, USA 0 days     
Mike Boyette (2) & Ken Lucas -- May 19, 1971        -- Mobile, AL, USA 7 days     
Immediately after the match, the Wrestling Pro is suspended and Boyette is allowed to choose a new partner, Ken Lucas,
The Rising Suns:
The Great Ota (2) & Mr. Koma (2)
Boyette & Lucas May 26, 1971        -- Mobile, AL, USA 7 days     
Johnny West & Ken Lucas (2) The Rising Suns Jun. 02, 1971        -- Mobile, AL, USA 28 days     
Eddie Sullivan & Rip Tyler West & Lucas Jun. 30, 1971        -- Mobile, AL, USA 14 days     
Mike Boyette (3) & The Wrestling Pro (2) Sullivan & Rip Tyler Jul. 14, 1971        -- Mobile, AL, USA 28 days     
Boyette & the Wrestling Pro are awarded the titles after Eddie Sullivan suffers a broken leg. Although a match is held with Jimmy Hyde substituting for Sullivan, the titles are forfeited. After the match, the Wrestling Pro turns on his partner.
Calvin Pullins & Mike Boyette (4) Tyler & Wrestling Pro Aug. 11, 1971        -- Mobile, AL, USA 35 days     
After The Wrestling Pro turns on Boyette, both wrestlers are allowed to choose a partner in a tag match for control of the tag titles. The Wrestling Pro choose Rip Tyler as his new partner.
The Alaskans:
Frank Monte & Mike York
Pullins & Mike Boyette Sep. 15, 1971        -- Mobile, AL, USA 46 days     
Calvin Pullins (2) & Mike Boyette (5) The Alaskans Oct. 31, 1971        -- Pensacola, FL, USA 45 days     
Bob Kelly & Mike Boyette (6) Pullins & Shane Dec. 15, 1971        -- Mobile, AL, USA 46 days     
After Calvin Pullins and Boyette split up, both wrestlers are allowed to choose a partner in a tag match for control of the tag titles. Pullins choose Bobby Shane as his new partner.
Eddie Sullivan (2) & Rip Tyler (2) Kelly & Boyette Jan. 30, 1972        -- Pensacola, FL, USA 38 days     
The California Hippies:
Mickey Doyle & Mike Boyette (7)
Sullivan & Tyler Mar. 08, 1972        -- Mobile, AL, USA 151 days     
Eddie Sullivan (3) & Rip Tyler (3) California Hippies Aug. 06, 1972        -- Pensacola, FL, USA 108 days     
Flash Monroe & Rocket Monroe Sullivan & Tyler Nov. 22, 1972        -- Mobile, AL, USA 13 days     
Wrestling Pro (3) & Mysterious Medic Flash & Rocket Monroe Dec. 05, 1972        -- Mobile, AL, USA 70 days     
Bob Kelly (2) & Ken Lucas (3) The Pro & The Medic Feb. 13, 1973        -- Mobile, AL, USA 42 days     
The Mongol & The Rugged Russian Kelly & Lucas Mar. 27, 1973        -- Mobile, AL, USA 14 days     
Dennis Hall (2) & Ken Lucas (4) Mongol & Russian Apr. 10, 1973        -- Mobile, AL, USA 14 days     
The Mongol (2) & The Rugged Russian (2) Hall & Lucas Apr. 24, 1973        -- Mobile, AL, USA 21 days     
The California Hippies:
Mickey Doyle (2) & Mike Boyette (2)
Mongol & Russian May 15, 1973        -- Mobile, AL, USA 7 days     
Eddie Sullivan (4) & Rip Tyler (4) California Hippies May 22, 1973        -- Mobile, AL, USA 96 days     
Bobby Bass & Don Bass Sullivan & Tyler Aug. 26, 1973        -- Pensacola, FL, USA 37 days     
Flash Monroe (2) & Rocket Monroe (2) Bobby & Don Bass Oct. 02, 1973        -- Mobile, AL, USA 35 days     
The Infernos:
Curtis Smith & Mike McManus
Flash & Rocket Monroe Nov. 06, 1973        -- Mobile, AL, USA 31 days     
Ricky Gibson & Steve Keirn The Infernos Dec. 07, 1973        -- Dothan, AL, USA 7 days     
The Infernos:
Curtis Smith (2) & Mike McManus (2)
Gibson & Keirn Dec. 14, 1973        -- Dothan, AL, USA 27 days     
Kubla Khan & Gunga Din The Infernos Jan. 10, 1974        -- Atlanta, GA, USA 5 days     
Norvell Austin & Rocket Monroe (3) Khan & Din Jan. 15, 1974        -- Mobile, AL, USA 7 days     
Kubla Khan (2) & Gunga Din (2) Austin & Monroe Jan. 22, 1974        -- Mobile, AL, USA 30 days     
Bob Kelly (3) & Rocket Monroe (4) Khan & Din Feb. 21, 1974        -- Hattiesburg, MS, USA 53 days     
Bob Sweetan & Seigfried Stanke Kelly & Monroe Apr. 15, 1974        -- Shreveport, LA, USA 0 days     
Sweetan & Stanke, the reigning N.W.A. Tri-State U.S. Tag Team Champions, defeat Kelly & Monroe to unify the titles, the Gulf Coast version is abandoned.