The NWA World Tag Team Championship is a professional wrestling world tag team championship promoted by the National Wrestling Alliance (NWA). Until 2017, the championship was contested in the various NWA affiliates. The NWA did not officially recognize any tag team champions until 1992; prior to 1992, the various NWA affiliates were permitted to promote had their own versions of the world tag team championship.

Reigns

Names

Name Years
NWA World Tag Team Championship July 12, 1992 – present
Key
No. Overall reign number
Reign Reign number for the specific team—reign numbers for the individuals are in parentheses, if different
Days Number of days held
N/A Unknown information
Championship change is unrecognized by the promotion
<1 Reign lasted less than a day
No. Champion Championship change Reign statistics Notes Ref.
Date Event Location Reign Days
World Championship Wrestling (WCW)
1 The Miracle Violence Connection
(Steve Williams and Terry Gordy)
July 12, 1992 The Great American Bash (1992) Albany, GA 1 71 The Miracle Violence Connection defeated Barry Windham and Dustin Rhodes in a tournament final. Gordy and Williams were also the reigning WCW World Tag Team Champions, having defeated the Steiner Brothers on July 5; from then until the withdrawal of WCW from the NWA, the WCW and NWA World Tag Team Championships are defended together. [1][2][3]
2 Barry Windham and Dustin Rhodes September 21, 1992 Saturday Night Atlanta, GA 1 58 The match aired on tape delay on October 3, 1992. [3][4]
3 Ricky Steamboat and Shane Douglas November 18, 1992 Clash of the Champions XXI Macon, GA 1 104 [3][5]
4 The Hollywood Blondes
(Brian Pillman and Steve Austin)
March 2, 1993 Power Hour Macon, GA 1 169 The match aired on tape delay on March 27, 1993. [6][7]
5 The Four Horsemen
(Arn Anderson and Paul Roma)
August 18, 1993 Clash of the Champions XXIV Daytona Beach, FL 1 14 The Four Horsemen defeated Steve Austin and Lord Steven Regal, who was subbing for Brian Pillman. [6][8]
Vacated September 1, 1993 The championship was vacated after WCW withdrew from the NWA. [6]
National Wrestling Alliance (NWA)
6 The Rock 'n' Roll Express
(Ricky Morton and Robert Gibson)
April 11, 1995 Live event Dallas, TX 1 76 The Rock 'n' Roll Express defeated Dick Murdoch and Randy Rhodes in an eight-team tournament final.
Vacated June 26, 1995 USWA live event Memphis, TN The championship held up after match with PG-13 (J. C. Ice and Wolfie D).
7 The Rock 'n' Roll Express
(Ricky Morton and Robert Gibson)
July 3, 1995 USWA live event Memphis, TN 2 32 The Rock 'n' Roll Express defeated PG-13 (J. C. Ice and Wolfie D) in rematch.
Vacated August 4, 1995 The championship vacated due to The Rock 'n' Roll Express splitting up, due to Ricky Morton's suspension from NWA affiliate Smoky Mountain Wrestling.
8 Mr. Gannosuke and Tarzan Goto December 9, 1995 IWA Japan live event Saitama, Japan 1 255 Gannosuke and Goto defeated Cactus Jack and Tiger Jeet Singh in a tournament final. Also hold IWA World Tag Team Championship and defend the titles simultaneously until June 10, 1996.
Vacated June 10, 1996 The championship vacated when Mr. Gannosuke and Tarzan Goto leave NWA affiliate IWA Japan.
9 The Andersons
(C. W. Anderson and Pat Anderson)
September 14, 1996 Live event Goldston, NC 1 389 The Andersons defeated The Fantastics (Bobby Fulton and Tommy Rogers) to win the vacant championship.
Vacated October 8, 1997 The championship vacated due to agreement with the World Wrestling Federation (WWF) to have the belts defended in that promotion; C. W. Anderson and Pat Anderson were not a part of the WWF at the time.
World Wrestling Federation (WWF)
10 The Rock 'n' Roll Express
(Ricky Morton and Robert Gibson)
January 12, 1998 Raw Is War State College, PA 3 36 The championship was awarded to The Rock 'n' Roll Express. They debuted on WWF programming as champions on the January 12, 1998 episode of Raw is War. [9][10]
11 The Headbangers
(Mosh and Thrasher)
February 17, 1998 Raw Is War Waco, TX 1 41 This was the first time the championship changed hands on a World Wrestling Federation television program and the first time anyone lost the title in the ring. Aired on tape delay on February 23, 1998. The match was contested under WWF rules. [9][11]
12 The Midnight Express
(Bodacious Bart and Bombastic Bob)
March 30, 1998 Raw Is War Albany, NY 1 137 Leave the WWF with the titles. [9][12]
National Wrestling Alliance (NWA)
13 The Border Patrol
(Agent Gunn and Agent Maxx)
August 14, 1998 Live event Greenville, NC 1 29
14 Barry Windham and Tully Blanchard September 12, 1998 Live event Lincolnton, NC 1
(2, 1)
28
15 The Border Patrol
(Agent Gunn and Agent Maxx)
October 10, 1998 Live event Cameron, NC 2 14
16 The Brotherhood
(Eric Sbraccia and Knuckles Nelson)
October 24, 1998 50th Anniversary Show Cherry Hill, NJ 1 130 This was a four corners match, also involving The Border Patrol (Agent Gunn and Agent Maxx), Team Extreme (Khris Germany and Kit Carson) and Tom Prichard and Tully Blanchard.
Vacated March 3, 1999 The championship held up after The Brotherhood (Eric Sbraccia and Knuckles Nelson) failed to defend the titles on February 26, 1999.
17 The Brotherhood
(Knuckles Nelson and Rick Fuller)
June 10, 1999 Live event Dallas, TX 1
(2, 1)
7 The Brotherhood defeated Team Extreme (Khris Germany and Kit Carson) to win the vacant championship.
18 The Public Enemy
(Johnny Grunge and Rocco Rock)
June 17, 1999 Live event Bolton, MA 1 2
19 The Brotherhood
(Dukes Dalton and Knuckles Nelson )
June 19, 1999 Live event Dorchester, MA 1
(1, 3)
98
20 Team Extreme
(Khris Germany and Kit Carson)
September 25, 1999 51st Anniversary Show Charlotte, NC 1 62
21 Murder Incorporated
(Jimmy James and Kevin Northcutt)
November 26, 1999 Live event North Richland Hills, TX 1 21
22 Team Extreme
(Khris Germany and Kit Carson)
December 17, 1999 Live event North Richland Hills, TX 2 78
23 xXx
(Curtis Thompson and Drake Dawson)
March 4, 2000 Live event Cornelia, GA 1 34
24 The Main Event
(Reno Riggins and Steven Dunn)
April 7, 2000 Live event Eskan, Saudi Arabia 1 5
25 The Rock 'n' Roll Express
(Ricky Morton and Robert Gibson)
April 12, 2000 Live event Waegwan, South Korea 4 5 The Rock 'n' Roll Express defeated Steven Dunn and Jackie Fulton, who was subbing for Reno Riggins.
26 Big Bubba Pain and L.A. Stephens April 17, 2000 Live event Osan, South Korea 1 2 [13]
27 xXx
(Curtis Thompson and Drake Dawson)
April 19, 2000 Live event Okinawa, Japan 2 118
28 Bad Attitude
(David Young and Rick Michaels)
August 15, 2000 Live event Tampa, FL 1 172 Bad Attitude defeated Curtis Thompson and Jeff Justice, who was subbing for Drake Dawson.
29 The Bad Street Boys
(Christian York and Joey Matthews)
February 3, 2001 Live event Nashville, TN 1 14
30 Bad Attitude
(David Young and Rick Michaels)
February 17, 2001 Live event Cornelia, GA 2 33
31 Dan Factor and David Flair March 22, 2001 Live event Athens, GA 1 1
32 Bad Attitude
(David Young and Rick Michaels)
March 23, 2001 Live event Toccoa, GA 3 32
33 The Heavenly Bodies
(Chris Nelson and Vito DeNucci)
April 24, 2001 Live event Tampa, FL 1 248
34 Glacier and Jason Sugarman December 28, 2001 Live event DeLand, FL 1 1
35 The Heavenly Bodies
(Chris Nelson and Vito DeNucci)
December 29, 2001 Live event Live Oak, FL 2 28
36 Disturbing Behavior
(Jeff Daniels and Tim Renesto)
January 26, 2002 Live event Columbia, TN 1 81
37 The Heavenly Bodies
(Chris Nelson and Vito DeNucci)
April 17, 2002 Live event Winter Haven, FL 3 52
38 The Shane Twins
(Mike Shane and Todd Shane)
June 8, 2002 Live event Lima, Peru 1 20
Vacated June 28, 2002 Live event St. Petersburg, FL The Shane Twins vacated the titles per request of Total Nonstop Action Wrestling (TNA), which gained full control over the titles.
Total Nonstop Action Wrestling (NWA)
39 A.J. Styles and Jerry Lynn July 3, 2002 NWA-TNA Weekly pay-per-view event #3 Nashville, TN 1 42 Lynn and Styles defeated the Rainbow Express (Bruce and Lenny Lane) in a tournament final to win the vacant championship. [14][15]
Vacated August 14, 2002 NWA-TNA Weekly pay-per-view event #9 Nashville, TN A.J. Styles and Jerry Lynn were stripped of the championship by "Bullet" Bob Armstrong after a double-pin against Jeff Jarrett and Ron Killings. [14][16]
40 America's Most Wanted
(Chris Harris and James Storm)
September 18, 2002 NWA-TNA Weekly pay-per-view event #13 Nashville, TN 1 56 America's Most Wanted won a Gauntlet for the Gold match to win the vacant championship. [14][17][18]
41 The Disciples of The New Church
(Brian Lee and Slash)
November 13, 2002 NWA-TNA Weekly pay-per-view event #21 Nashville, TN 1 56 [14][19]
42 America's Most Wanted
(Chris Harris and James Storm)
January 8, 2003 NWA-TNA Weekly pay-per-view event #27 Nashville, TN 2 14 [20]
43 Triple X
(Christopher Daniels, Low Ki and Elix Skipper)
January 22, 2003 NWA-TNA Weekly pay-per-view event #29 Nashville, TN 1 14 Although Low Ki and Skipper won the title, all three members were recognized as champions under the Freebird Rule. [21]
Vacated February 5, 2003 NWA-TNA Weekly pay-per-view event #31 Nashville, TN Triple X were stripped from the championship after a double-pin against The Disciples of the New Church (Brian Lee and Slash). [22]
44 Triple X
(Christopher Daniels, Low Ki and Elix Skipper)
March 12, 2003 NWA-TNA Weekly pay-per-view event #36 Nashville, TN 2 35 Daniels and Low Ki defeated America's Most Wanted (Chris Harris and James Storm) to win the vacant championship. [23]
45 The Amazing Red and Jerry Lynn April 16, 2003 NWA-TNA Weekly pay-per-view event #41 Nashville, TN 1
(1, 2)
21 Lynn and Red defeated Christopher Daniels and Elix Skipper. [24]
46 Triple X
(Christopher Daniels, Low Ki and Elix Skipper)
May 7, 2003 NWA-TNA Weekly pay-per-view event #44 Nashville, TN 3 49 Daniels won a handicap match by disqualification. [25]
47 America's Most Wanted
(Chris Harris and James Storm)
June 25, 2003 NWA-TNA Weekly pay-per-view event #51 Nashville, TN 3 63 America's Most Wanted defeated Christopher Daniels and Elix Skipper in a steel cage match. [26][27]
48 Simon Diamond and Johnny Swinger August 27, 2003 NWA-TNA Weekly pay-per-view event #60 Nashville, TN 1 84 [28]
Vacated November 19, 2003 NWA-TNA Weekly pay-per-view event #72 Nashville, TN Senior referee Rudy Charles declared the titles held up after a double pin when Ron Killings hit a German suplex into a bridge and referees Andrew Thomas and Mike Posey made simultaneous three counts. [29]
49 3Live Kru
(B.G. James, Konnan and Ron Killings)
November 26, 2003 NWA-TNA Weekly pay-per-view event #73 Nashville, TN 1 63 3Live Kru defeated Johnny Swinger, Glenn Gilberti and Simon Diamond in a six-man tag team match to win the vacant championship. 3LK defended the titles under the Freebird Rule. [30]
50 The Red Shirt Security
(Joe Legend and Kevin Northcutt )
January 28, 2004 NWA-TNA Weekly pay-per-view event #82 Nashville, TN 1
(1, 2)
7 The Red Shirt Security defeated B.G. James and Ron Killings. [31]
51 Abyss and A.J. Styles February 4, 2004 NWA-TNA Weekly pay-per-view event #83 Nashville, TN 1
(1, 2)
28 [32]
Vacated March 3, 2004 NWA-TNA Weekly pay-per-view event #87 Nashville, TN Abyss and A.J. Styles were stripped from the championship by Vince Russo for failure to defend the title.
52 Dallas and Kid Kash March 31, 2004 NWA-TNA Weekly pay-per-view event #92 Nashville, TN 1 14 Dallas and Kash defeated Triple X (Christopher Daniels and Low Ki) in a tournament final to win the vacant championship. This aired on April 7, 2004.
53 D-Lo Brown and Apolo April 14, 2004 NWA-TNA Weekly pay-per-view event #93 Nashville, TN 1 7 Apolo and Brown won the championship by disqualification. [33]
54 Dallas and Kid Kash April 21, 2004 NWA-TNA Weekly pay-per-view event #94 Nashville, TN 2 43 Dallas and Kash won the championship by disqualification.
55 America's Most Wanted
(Chris Harris and James Storm)
June 3, 2004 Impact! Orlando, FL 4 34 This episode aired on tape delay on June 4, 2004.
56 The Naturals
(Andy Douglas and Chase Stevens)
July 7, 2004 NWA-TNA Weekly pay-per-view event #105 Nashville, TN 1 63
57 Chris Harris and Elix Skipper September 8, 2004 NWA-TNA Weekly pay-per-view event #114 Nashville, TN 1
(5, 4)
13
58 Christopher Daniels and James Storm September 21, 2004 Impact! Orlando, FL 1
(4, 5)
21 This episode aired on tape delay on September 24, 2004.
59 Team Canada
(Bobby Roode and Eric Young)
October 12, 2004 Impact! Orlando, FL 1 26 This episode aired on tape delay on October 15, 2004.
60 3Live Kru
(B.G. James, Konnan and Ron Killings)
November 7, 2004 Victory Road Orlando, FL 2 28 James and Konnan won the championship.
61 Team Canada
(Bobby Roode and Eric Young)
December 5, 2004 Turning Point Orlando, FL 2 42 Team Canada defeated B.G. James and Ron Killings to win the championship.
62 America's Most Wanted
(Chris Harris and James Storm)
January 16, 2005 Final Resolution Orlando, FL 5
(6, 6)
100
63 The Naturals
(Andy Douglas and Chase Stevens)
April 26, 2005 Impact! Orlando, FL 2 162 This episode aired on tape delay on April 29, 2005.
Vacated October 5, 2005 Live event Springfield, TN The championship is held up after a match against Eric Young and Cassidy Riley.
64 The Naturals
(Andy Douglas and Chase Stevens)
October 8, 2005 57th Anniversary Show Nashville, TN 3 3 The Naturals defeated Eric Young and Cassidy Riley in a "Nashville Street Fight".
65 America's Most Wanted
(Chris Harris and James Storm)
October 11, 2005 Impact! Orlando, FL 6
(7, 7)
250 This episode aired on tape delay on October 22, 2005.
66 A.J. Styles and Christopher Daniels June 18, 2006 Slammiversary Orlando, FL 1
(3, 5)
57 This was a Last Chance match
67 The Latin American Xchange
(Hernandez and Homicide)
August 14, 2006 Impact! Orlando, FL 1 41 This was a Border Brawl match. Aired on tape delay August 24, 2006.
68 A.J. Styles and Christopher Daniels September 24, 2006 No Surrender Orlando, FL 2
(4, 6)
28 This was an Ultimate X match.
69 The Latin American Xchange
(Hernandez and Homicide)
October 22, 2006 Bound for Glory Plymouth Township, MI 2 175 This was a Six Sides of Steel match.
70 Team 3D
(Brother Devon and Brother Ray)
April 15, 2007 Lockdown St. Charles, MO 1 28 This was an Electrified Six Sides of Steel match.
Vacated May 13, 2007 Live event Charlotte, NC Team 3D (Brother Devon and Brother Ray) is stripped of the championship when NWA and TNA sever their business relationship. NWA regains control of the titles while TNA creates the new TNA World Tag Team Championship.
National Wrestling Alliance (NWA)
71 The Real American Heroes
(Joey Ryan and Karl Anderson)
July 8, 2007 Live event McAllen, TX 1 217 The Real American Heroes defeated Billy Kidman and Sean Waltman, Incognito and Sicodelico Jr. in a three-way tag team match.
72 Los Luchas
(Phoenix Star and Zokre)
February 10, 2008 Live event Las Vegas, NV 1 237
73 The Skullkrushers
(Keith Walker and Rasche Brown)
October 4, 2008 Live event Robstown, TX 1 777
74 The Dark City Fight Club
(Jon Davis and Kory Chavis)
November 20, 2010 Live event Milwaukee, WI 1 162
75 The Usual Suspects
(A.J. Steele and Murder One)
May 1, 2011 NWA RPW Memorial Mayhem (2011) Warner Robins, GA 1 14
76 The Dark City Fight Club
(Jon Davis and Kory Chavis)
May 15, 2011 NWA RPW live event Warner Robins, GA 2 580
77 The Kingz of the Underground
(Ryan Genesis and Scot Summers)
December 15, 2012 NWA BOW December to Remember San Antonio, TX 1 126 The Kingz of the Underground defeated Lance Hoyt and Kory Chavis for the title; Jon Davis was absent for "personal reasons" and had not teamed with Chavis in quite some time but the NWA never stripped the Dark City Fight Club of their championship.
78 Killer Elite Squad
(Davey Boy Smith Jr. and Lance Archer)
April 20, 2013 NWA Houston Parade of Champions Houston, TX 1
(1, 3)
203 Archer and Smith's IWGP Tag Team Championship was also at stake in this match. [34]
79 The IronGodz
(Jax Dane and Rob Conway)
November 9, 2013 Power Struggle Osaka, Japan 1 148 This was a three-way tag team match, also involving Tencozy. The IronGodz won the first fall of a two-fall match; K.E.S (Davey Boy Smith Jr. and Lance Archer) regained the IWGP Tag Team Championship in the other. Conway was also the reigning NWA World Heavyweight Champion, making him the first wrestler to hold both championships simultaneously. [35]
80 Tencozy
(Hiroyoshi Tenzan and Satoshi Kojima)
April 6, 2014 Invasion Attack Tokyo, Japan 1 190 [36]
81 Killer Elite Squad
(Davey Boy Smith Jr. and Lance Archer)
October 13, 2014 King of Pro-Wrestling Tokyo, Japan 2
(2, 4)
362 [37]
82 The Heatseekers
(Elliott Russell and Sigmon)
October 10, 2015 NWA Mid-South Presents Glory Lasts Forever Dyersburg, TN 1 55 The Heatseekers defeated K.E.S (Davey Boy Smith Jr. and Lance Archer) and The Illuminati (Chase Owens and Chris Richards)/
83 The Iron Empire
(Matt Riviera and Rob Conway)
December 4, 2015 NWA Mid-South Presents: Wrestling at the Resorts Casino Robinsonville, MS 1
(1, 2)
280
84 The Heatseekers
(Elliott Russell and Sigmon)
September 9, 2016 NWA Mid-South Ripley, TN 2 1
85 The Iron Empire
(Matt Riviera and Rob Conway)
September 10, 2016 NWA Mid-South Dyersburg, TN 2
(2, 3)
90
86 The Heatseekers
(Elliott Russell and Sigmon)
December 9, 2016 NWA Mid-South Ripley, TN 3 28
87 The Iron Empire
(Matt Riviera and Rob Conway)
January 6, 2017 NWA Mid-South Ripley, TN 3
(3, 4)
48 [38]
88 Kazushi Miyamoto and Rob Terry February 23, 2017 Diamond Stars Wrestling Tokyo, Japan 1 114 [39]
89 The Heatseekers
(Elliott Russell and Sigmon)
June 17, 2017 NWA Mid-South Dyersburg, TN 4 105 [40]
National Wrestling Alliance/Lightning One Inc.
Vacated September 30, 2017 The championship was vacated when NWA terminated the contracts with its licenses.
90 Villain Enterprises
(Brody King and PCO)
April 27, 2019 Crockett Cup Concord, NC 1 133 This was the finals of the 2019 Crockett Cup tournament for the vacant championship [41]
91 The Wild Cards
(Royce Isaacs and Thomas Latimer)
September 7, 2019 Global Wars Espectacular Villa Park, IL 1 24 [42]
92 The Rock 'n' Roll Express
(Ricky Morton and Robert Gibson)
October 1, 2019 NWA Power Atlanta, GA 5 115 This episode aired on tape delay on December 3, 2019.
93 Eli Drake and James Storm January 24, 2020 Hard Times Atlanta, GA 1
(1, 8)
291 This was a Triple threat tag team match, also involving The Wild Cards (Royce Isaacs and Thomas Latimer). [43]
94 Aron Stevens and J. R. Kratos November 10, 2020 UWN Primetime Live #9 Long Beach, CA 1 292 [44]
95 La Rebelión
(Bestia 666 and Mecha Wolf 450)
August 29, 2021 NWA 73rd Anniversary Show St. Louis, MO 1 286 [45]
96 The Commonwealth Connection
(Doug Williams and Harry Smith)
June 11, 2022 Alwayz Ready Knoxville, TN 1
(1, 3)
77
Vacated August 27, 2022 The championship was vacated after Harry Smith suffered an illness that prevented him from defending the titles.
97 La Rebelión
(Bestia 666 and Mecha Wolf)
August 27, 2022 NWA 74th Anniversary Show Night 1 St. Louis, MO 2 364 Defeated Hawx Aerie (Luke Hawx and PJ Hawx) to win the vacant titles.
98 Blunt Force Trauma
(Carnage and Damage)
August 26, 2023 NWA 75th Anniversary Show Night 1 St. Louis, MO 1 322+ [46]

Combined reigns

As of July 13, 2024.

One-half of the inaugural NWA World Tag Team Champions Steve Williams from The Miracle Violence Connection
Record six-time champions America's Most Wanted (Chris Harris and James Storm)
Key
Indicates the current champions
¤ The exact length of at least one title reign is uncertain; the combined length may not be correct.

By team

Rank Team No. of
reigns
Combined
days
1 The Skullkrushers
(Keith Walker and Rasche Brown)
1 777
2 The Dark City Fight Club
(Jon Davis and Kory Chavis)
2 742
3 La Rebelión
(Bestia 666 and Mecha Wolf 450)
2 650
4 Killer Elite Squad
(Davey Boy Smith, Jr. and Lance Archer)
2 565
5 America's Most Wanted
(Chris Harris and James Storm)
6 517
6 The Iron Empire
(Matt Riviera and Rob Conway)
3 418
7 The Heavenly Bodies
(Chris Nelson and Vito DeNucci)
3 328
8 Blunt Force Trauma
(Carnage and Damage)
1 322+
9 Aron Stevens and J. R. Kratos 1 292
10 Eli Drake and James Storm 1 291
11 The Rock 'n' Roll Express
(Ricky Morton and Robert Gibson)
5 264
12 Bad Attitude
(David Young and Rick Michaels)
3 237
Los Luchas
(Phoenix Star and Zokre)
1 237
14 Mr. Gannosuke and Tarzan Goto 1 236¤
15 The Brotherhood
(Eric Sbraccia, Dukes Dalton, Knuckles Nelson and Rick Fuller)
3 235
16 The Naturals
(Andy Douglas and Chase Stevens)
3 228
17 The Real American Heroes
(Joey Ryan and Karl Anderson)
1 217
18 The Latin American Xchange
(Hernandez and Homicide)
2 216
19 Tencozy
(Hiroyoshi Tenzan and Satoshi Kojima)
1 190
20 The Heatseekers
(Elliot Russell and Sigmon)
4 189
21 The Hollywood Blonds
(Brian Pillman and Steve Austin)
1 169
22 xXx
(Curtis Thompson and Drake Dawson)
2 152
23 The IronGodz
(Jax Dane and Rob Conway)
1 148
24 Team Extreme
(Khris Germany and Kit Carson)
2 140
25 The Midnight Express
(Bodacious Bart and Bombastic Bob)
1 137
26 Villain Enterprises
(Brody King and PCO)
1 133
27 The Kingz of the Underground
(Ryan Genesis and Scot Summers)
1 126
28 Kazushi Miyamoto and Rob Terry 1 114
29 The Andersons
(Pat Anderson and C. W. Anderson)
1 109¤
30 Ricky Steamboat and Shane Douglas 1 104
31 Triple X
(Christopher Daniels, Elix Skipper and Low Ki)
3 98
32 3Live Kru
(B.G. James, Konnan and Ron Killings)
2 91
Simon and Swinger
(Johnny Swinger and Simon Diamond)
1 91
34 A.J. Styles and Christopher Daniels 2 85
35 Disturbing Behavior
(Jeff Daniels and Tim Renesto)
1 81
36 The Commonwealth Connection
(Doug Williams and Harry Smith)
1 77
37 The Miracle Violence Connection
(Steve Williams and Terry Gordy)
1 71
38 Team Canada
(Bobby Roode and Eric Young)
2 68
39 Barry Windham and Dustin Rhodes 1 58
40 Dallas and Kid Kash 2 57
41 The Disciples of The New Church
(Brian Lee and Slash)
1 56
42 The Border Patrol
(Agent Gunn and Agent Maxx)
2 43
43 A.J. Styles and Jerry Lynn 1 42
44 The Headbangers
(Mosh and Thrasher)
1 41
45 A.J. Styles and Abyss 1 28
Barry Windham and Tully Blanchard 1 28
Team 3D
(Brother Devon and Brother Ray)
1 28
48 The Wild Cards
(Royce Isaacs and Thomas Latimer)
1 24
49 Christopher Daniels and James Storm 1 21
The Amazing Red and Jerry Lynn 1 21
Murder Incorporated
(Jimmy James and Kevin Northcutt)
1 21
52 The Shane Twins
(Mike and Todd)
1 20
53 Arn Anderson and Paul Roma 1 14¤
The Bad Street Boys
(Christian York and Joey Matthews)
1 14
The Usual Suspects
(A.J. Steele and Murder One)
1 14
56 Chris Harris and Elix Skipper 1 13
57 D-Lo Brown and Apolo 1 7
The Red Shirt Security
(Joe Legend and Kevin Northcutt)
1 7
59 The Main Event
(Reno Riggins and Steven Dunn)
1 5
60 Big Bubba Pain and L.A. Stephens 1 2
The Public Enemy
(Johnny Grunge and Rocco Rock)
1 2
62 Dan Factor and David Flair 1 1
Glacier and Jason Sugarman 1 1

By wrestler

Record eight-time champion as an individual James Storm
Rank Wrestler No. of
reigns
Combined
days
1 James Storm 8 829
2 Keith Walker 1 777
Rasche Brown 1 777
4 Jon Davis 2 742
Kory Chavis 2 742
6 Bestia 666 2 652
Mecha Wolf 450 2 652
8 Davey Boy Smith Jr./Harry Smith 3 642
9 Dallas/Lance Archer 4 622
10 Rob Conway 4 566
11 Chris Harris 7 530
12 Matt Riviera 3 418
13 Vito DeNucci 3 328
Chris Nelson 3 328
15 Carnage 1 322+
Damage 1 322+
17 Aron Stevens 1 292
J. R. Kratos 1 292
19 Eli Drake 1 291
20 Ricky Morton 5 264
Robert Gibson 5 264
22 David Young 3 237
Rick Michaels 3 237
Phoenix Star 1 237
Zokre 1 237
26 Mr. Gannosuke 1 236¤
Tarzan Goto 1 236¤
28 Knuckles Nelson 3 235
29 Andy Douglas 3 228
Chase Stevens 3 228
31 Joey Ryan 1 217
Karl Anderson 1 217
33 Hernandez 2 216
Homicide 2 216
35 Christopher Daniels 6 204
36 Hiroyoshi Tenzan 1 190
Satoshi Kojima 1 190
38 Elliot Russell 4 189
Sigmon Russell 4 189
40 Brian Pillman 1 169
Steve Austin 1 169
42 A.J. Styles 4 155
43 Drake Dawson 2 152
Curtis Thompson 2 152
45 Jax Dane 1 148
46 Khris Germany 2 140
Kit Carson 2 140
48 Bodacious Bart 1 137
Bombastic Bob 1 137
50 Brody King 1 133
PCO 1 133
52 Eric Sbraccia 1 130
53 Ryan Genesis 1 126
Scot Summers 1 126
55 Kazushi Miyamoto 1 114
Rob Terry 1 114
57 Elix Skipper 4 111
58 C. W. Anderson 1 109¤
Pat Anderson 1 109¤
60 Ricky Steamboat 1 104
Shane Douglas 1 104
62 Dukes Dalton 1 98
Low Ki 3 98
64 B.G. James 2 91
Konnan 2 91
Johnny Swinger 1 91
Simon Diamond 1 91
Ron Killings 2 91
69 Barry Windham 2 86
70 Jeff Daniels 1 81
Tim Renesto 1 81
72 Doug Williams 1 77
73 Steve Williams 1 71
Terry Gordy 1 71
75 Bobby Roode 2 68
Eric Young 2 68
77 Jerry Lynn 2 63
78 Dustin Rhodes 1 58
79 Kid Kash 2 57
80 Brian Lee 1 56
Slash 1 56
82 Agent Gunn 2 43
Agent Maxx 2 43
84 Mosh 1 41
Thrasher 1 41
86 Kevin Northcutt 2 28
Abyss 1 28
Brother Devon 1 28
Brother Ray 1 28
Tully Blanchard 1 28
91 Thomas Latimer 1 24
Royce Isaacs 1 24
93 The Amazing Red 1 21
Jimmy James 1 21
95 Mike Shane 1 20
Todd Shane 1 20
97 A.J. Steele 1 14
Arn Anderson 1 14¤
Christian York 1 14
Joey Matthews 1 14
Murder One 1 14
Paul Roma 1 14¤
103 D-Lo Brown 1 7
Apolo 1 7
Joe Legend 1 7
Rick Fuller 1 7
107 Reno Riggins 1 5
Steven Dunn 1 5
109 Big Bubba Pain 1 2
Johnny Grunge 1 2
L.A. Stephens 1 2
Rocco Rock 1 2
113 Dan Factor 1 1
David Flair 1 1
Glacier 1 1
Jason Sugarman 1 1

See also

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