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National Wrestling Alliance/
Mid-Atlantic Championship Wrestling
World Tag Team Championship
(January 29, 1975 - September 1993)
Won By: Won From:     Date: Event: Location: Length of         
Title Reign:         
Gene Anderson & Ole Anderson Tournament Jan. 29, 1975        -- , CA, USA 106 days     
The Andersons are announced as having won a tournament for the title.
Wahoo McDaniel & Paul Jones Gene & Ole Anderson May 15, 1975        -- Greensboro, NC, USA 27 days     
Gene Anderson (2) & Ole Anderson (2) McDaniel & Jones Jun. 11, 1975        -- Raleigh, NC, USA 230 days     
Wahoo McDaniel (2) & Rufus R. Jones Gene & Ole Anderson Jan. 27, 1976        -- Columbia, SC, USA 7 days     
Gene Anderson (3) & Ole Anderson (3) McDaniel & Jones Feb. 03, 1976        -- Raleigh, NC, USA 92 days     
Mr. Wrestling & Dino Bravo Gene & Ole Anderson May 05, 1976        -- Raleigh, NC, USA 54 days     
Gene Anderson (4) & Ole Anderson (4) Mr. Wrestling & Bravo Jun. 28, 1976        -- Greenville, SC, USA 181 days     
Greg Valentine & Ric Flair Gene & Ole Anderson Dec. 26, 1976        -- Greensboro, NC, USA 133 days     
Gene Anderson (5) & Ole Anderson (5) Valentine & Flair May 08, 1977        -- Charlotte, NC, USA 28 days     
Mr. Wrestling & Mr. Wrestling II Gene & Ole Anderson Jun. 05, 1977        -- Atlanta, GA, USA 50 days     
** Title Held-Up ** Mr. Wrestling I & II Jul. 25, 1977        -- Atlanta, GA, USA 7 days     
The title is held-up after a match against the Andersons.
Tony Atlas & Mr. Wrestling II (2) Gene & Ole Anderson Aug. 01, 1977        -- Augusta, GA, USA 14 days     
Atlas, subbing for an injured Mr. Wrestling (Tim Woods) & Mr. Wrestling II defeat Gene & Ole Anderson for the held-up titles.
Gene Anderson (6) & Ole Anderson (6) Atlas & Mr. Wrestling II Aug. 15, 1977        -- -- 39 days     
Dusty Rhodes & Dick Slater Gene & Ole Anderson Sep. 23, 1977        -- Atlanta, GA, USA 7 days     
Gene Anderson (7) & Ole Anderson (7) Rhodes & Slater Sep. 30, 1977        -- Atlanta, GA, USA 30 days     
Greg Valentine (2) & Ric Flair (2) Gene & Ole Anderson Oct. 30, 1977        -- Greensboro, NC, USA 159 days     
** Title Vacated ** Valentine & Flair Apr. 07, 1978        -- -- 16 days     
Paul Jones (2) & Ricky Steamboat Tournament Apr. 23, 1978        -- Greensboro, NC, USA 45 days     
Jones & Steamboat win the titles in a 10-Team tournament, defeating Masked Superstar & Ken Patera in the finals.
Baron Von Raschke & Greg Valentine (3) Jones & Steamboat Jun. 07, 1978        -- Raleigh, NC, USA 186 days     
Jimmy Snuka & Paul Orndorff Raschke & Valentine Dec. 10, 1978        -- -- 139 days     
Baron Von Raschke (2) & Paul Jones (3) Snuka & Orndorff Apr. 28, 1979        -- -- 102 days     
Blackjack Mulligan & Ric Flair (3) Raschke & Jones Aug. 08, 1979        -- Greensboro, NC, USA 14 days     
Baron Von Raschke (3) & Paul Jones (4) Mulligan & Flair Aug. 22, 1979        -- Raleigh, NC, USA 63 days     
Ricky Steamboat (2) & Jay Youngblood Raschke & Jones Oct. 24, 1979        -- Raleigh, NC, USA 157 days     
Greg Valentine (4) & Ray Stevens Steamboat & Youngblood Mar. 29, 1980        -- Charlotte, NC, USA 42 days     
Ricky Steamboat (3) & Jay Youngblood (2) Valentine & Stevens May 10, 1980        -- Greensboro, NC, USA 43 days     
Jimmy Snuka (2) & Ray Stevens (2) Steamboat & Youngblood Jun. 22, 1980        -- Greensboro, NC, USA 158 days     
Masked Superstar & Paul Jones (5) Snuka & Stevens Nov. 27, 1980        -- Greensboro, NC, USA 87 days     
Ray Stevens (3) & Ivan Koloff Jones & Masked Superstar Feb. 22, 1981        -- Greensboro, NC, USA 28 days     
Masked Superstar (2) & Paul Jones (6) Stevens & Koloff Mar. 22, 1981        -- Greensboro, NC, USA 40 days     
Gene Anderson (8) & Ole Anderson (8) Jones & Masked Superstar May 01, 1981        -- Richmond, VA, USA 214 days     
** Title Vacated ** Gene & Ole Anderson Dec. 01, 1981        -- -- 89 days     
The titles are vacated after the injury of Gene Anderson in October of 1981.
Ole Anderson (9) & Stan Hansen Tournament Feb. 28, 1982        -- Atlanta, GA, USA 185 days     
Anderson & Hansen defeat Jack & Jerry Brisco to win the Eastern divsion of the tournament for the vacant titles. They are awarded the championship after the Western division winners, Wahoo McDaniel & Don Muraco split up.
** Title Vacated ** Anderson & Hansen Sep. 01, 1982        -- -- 0 days     
Sgt. Slaughter & Pvt. Don Kernodle Tournament Sep. 01, 1982        -- -- 192 days     
Awarded the titles after allegedly defeating Giant Baba & Antonio Inoki in a fictitious tournament final.
Ricky Steamboat (4) & Jay Youngblood (3) Slaughter & Kernodle Mar. 12, 1983        -- Greensboro, NC, USA 98 days     
Jack Brisco & Jerry Brisco Steamboat & Youngblood Jun. 18, 1983        -- Greenville, SC, USA 107 days     
Ricky Steamboat (5) & Jay Youngblood (4) Jack & Jerry Brisco Oct. 03, 1983        -- Greenville, SC, USA 18 days     
Jack Brisco (2) & Jerry Brisco (2) Steamboat & Youngblood Oct. 21, 1983        -- Richmond, VA, USA 34 days     
Ricky Steamboat (6) & Jay Youngblood (5) Jack & Jerry Brisco Nov. 24, 1983        StarrCade Greensboro, NC, USA 31 days     
** Title Vacated ** Steamboat & Youngblood Dec. 25, 1983        -- -- 14 days     
The titles are vacated after Ricky Steamboat announces his retirement.
Bob Orton & Don Kernodle (2) Tournament Jan. 08, 1984        -- Charlotte, NC, USA 56 days     
Orton & Kernodle defeat Dory Funk, Jr. & Jimmy Valiant in the finals of a tournament for the vacant title.
Wahoo McDaniel (3) & Mark Youngblood Kernodle & Orton Mar. 04, 1984        -- Charlotte, NC, USA 31 days     
Jack Brisco (3) & Jerry Brisco (3) McDaniel & Youngblood Apr. 04, 1984        -- Spartanburg, SC, USA 31 days     
Wahoo McDaniel (4) & Mark Youngblood (2) Jack & Jerry Brisco May 05, 1984        -- Greensboro, NC, USA 3 days     
Don Kernodle (3) & Ivan Koloff (2) McDaniel & Youngblood May 08, 1984        -- Raleigh, NC, USA 165 days     
Dusty Rhodes (2) & Manny Fernandez Kernodle & Koloff Oct. 20, 1984        -- Greensboro, NC, USA 149 days     
The Russians:
Ivan Koloff (3) & Nikita Koloff &
Krusher Khruschev
Rhodes & Fernandez Mar. 18, 1985        -- Fayetteville, NC, USA 113 days     
Rock 'n' Roll Express:
Robert Gibson & Ricky Morton
The Russians Jul. 09, 1985        -- Shelby, NC, USA 96 days     
Ivan Koloff (2) & Nikita Koloff (2) Rock 'n' Roll Express Oct. 13, 1985        -- Charlotte, NC, USA 46 days     
Rock 'n' Roll Express:
Robert Gibson (2) & Ricky Morton (2)
The Russians Nov. 28, 1985        StarrCade Greensboro, NC, USA 66 days     
Midnight Express:
Dennis Condrey & Bobby Eaton
Rock 'n' Roll Express Feb. 02, 1986        -- Atlanta, GA, USA 195 days     
Rock 'n' Roll Express:
Robert Gibson (3) & Ricky Morton (3)
Midnight Express Aug. 16, 1986        -- Philadelphia, PA, USA 112 days     
Manny Fernandez (2) & Rick Rude Rock 'n' Roll Express Dec. 06, 1986        -- Atlanta, GA, USA 171 days     
Rock 'n' Roll Express:
Robert Gibson (4) & Ricky Morton (4)
Fernandez & Rude May 26, 1987        -- Spokane, WA, USA 126 days     
Announced as defeating Fernandez & Rude after Rude is injured.
Arn Anderson & Tully Blanchard Rock 'n' Roll Express Sep. 29, 1987        -- Misenheimer, NC, USA 180 days     
Barry Windham & Lex Luger Anderson & Blanchard Mar. 27, 1988        Clash Of The Champions` Greensboro, NC, USA 24 days     
Arn Anderson (2) & Tully Blanchard (2) Windham & Luger Apr. 20, 1988        -- Jacksonville, FL, USA 143 days     
Midnight Express:
Bobby Eaton (2) & Stan Lane
Anderson & Blanchard Sep. 10, 1988        -- Philadelphia, PA, USA 49 days     
Road Warriors:
Hawk & Animal
Midnight Express Oct. 29, 1988        -- New Orleans, LA, USA 155 days     
Varsity Club:
Mike Rotunda & Steve Williams
Road Warriors Apr. 02, 1989        Clash Of The Champions New Orleans, LA, USA 35 days     
** Title Vacated ** Varsity Club May 07, 1989        WrestleWar Nashville, TN, USA 38 days     
The Varsity Club is stripped of the titles after attacking the special referee, Nikita Koloff, in a match for the championship.
Fabulous Freebirds:
Michael Hayes & Jimmy Garvin
Tournament Jun. 14, 1989        Clash Of The Champions Ft. Bragg, NC, USA 140 days     
The Fabulous Freebirds defeated The Midnight Express in the finals of an 8-team tournament for the vacant title.
Steiner Brothers:
Rick Steiner & Scott Steiner
Fabulous Freebirds Nov. 01, 1989        -- Atlanta, GA, USA 199 days     
Doom:
Butch Reed & Ron Simmons
Steiner Brothers May 19, 1990        Capital Combat Washington, DC, USA 227 days     
In January of 1991, W.C.W. begins referring to the title as the W.C.W. World Tag Team Championship. N.W.A. replaces the Mid-Atlantic World Tag Team Championship with the N.W.A. World Tag Team Championship, the board of directors first offically recognized World Tag Team title.