Current champions FTR (Dax Harwood and Cash Wheeler)
Current champions FTR (Dax Harwood and Cash Wheeler)

The ROH World Tag Team Championship is a professional wrestling world tag team championship owned by the Ring of Honor (ROH) promotion; it is contested for in their tag team division. The championship was created and debuted on September 21, 2002, at ROH's Unscripted event. At said event, the championship was represented by a trophy, which was destroyed by American Dragon and Michael Modest after they were defeated by The Prophecy (Christopher Daniels and Donovan Morgan), who had just become the inaugural champions.[1] Daniels and Morgan were awarded physical belts later in 2002. Originally called the ROH Tag Team Championship, the title was renamed to the ROH World Tag Team Championship in July 2006 after the title was defended in Japan for the first time earlier that month, when then-champions, Austin Aries and Roderick Strong, defeated Naruki Doi and Masato Yoshino to retain the championship.[2]

Title reigns are determined either by professional wrestling matches between different wrestlers involved in pre-existing scripted feuds, plots, and storylines, or by scripted circumstances. Wrestlers were portrayed as either villains or heroes as they followed a series of tension-building events, which culminated in a wrestling match or series of matches for the championship. Reigns that were won on pay-per-view events aired on tape delay up to weeks or months apart. Reigns that were won at live events were released on DVD. Title changes that occurred on ROH's primary television program, Ring of Honor Wrestling, air up to three to five weeks apart.

The inaugural champions were The Prophecy (Daniels and Morgan), whom ROH recognized to have become the champions after defeating American Dragon and Michael Modest on September 21, 2002, at ROH's Unscripted event in the final of a one-night tournament.

FTR (Dax Harwood and Cash Wheeler) are the current champions in their first reign both as a team and individually. They defeated The Briscoe Brothers (Jay Briscoe and Mark Briscoe) on April 1, 2022 in Garland, TX at Supercard of Honor XV.

ROH publishes a list of defenses for each champion on their official website, unlike most other professional wrestling promotions. As of June 2022, The Briscoe Brothers' fourth reign and Austin Aries' and Roderick Strong's only reign are tied for most defenses, with 18. The Briscoe Brothers' second, third, and sixth reigns, Dan Maff's and B.J. Whitmer's first reign, The Second City Saints' (CM Punk and Colt Cabana) first reign, The Backseat Boyz (Trent Acid and Johnny Kashmere) only reign and the Forever Hooligans' only reign are all tied for the least defenses, with zero. At 363 days, The Kings of Wrestling's (Chris Hero and Claudio Castagnoli) second reign is the longest in the title's history. Overall, there have been 63 reigns among 65 different wrestlers and 38 different teams.

Title history

Names

Name Years
ROH Tag Team Championship September 21, 2002 – July 2006
ROH World Tag Team Championship July 2006 – present

Reigns

Key
No. Overall reign number
Reign Reign number for the specific champion
Days Number of days held
<1 Reign lasted less than a day
+ Current reign is changing daily
No. Champion Championship change Reign statistics Notes Ref.
Date Event Location Reign Days
1 The Prophecy
(Christopher Daniels and Donovan Morgan)
September 21, 2002 Unscripted Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 1 175 The Prophecy defeated Bryan Danielson and Michael Modest in a tournament final to become the first champions. [1][3]
2 A.J. Styles and Amazing Red March 15, 2003 Expect the Unexpected Cambridge, Massachusetts 1 175 A.J. Styles and Amazing Red defeated Christopher Daniels and Xavier, who was filling in for Donovan Morgan. [2][3]
Vacated September 6, 2003 A.J. Styles and The Amazing Red vacated the championship due to Red suffering an injury.
3 The Backseat Boyz
(Johnny Kashmere and Trent Acid)
September 20, 2003 Glory by Honor II Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 1 26 The Backseat Boyz won the title in a Gauntlet match that also involved The Briscoe Brothers (Jay Briscoe and Mark Briscoe), Special K (Hydro and Deranged), The Ring Crew Express (Dunn and Marcos), and Special K (Izzy and Dixie). [3][3]
4 Special K
(Dixie and Izzy)
October 16, 2003 Tradition Continues Glen Burnie, Maryland 1 16 [4][3]
5 The Briscoe Brothers
(Jay Briscoe and Mark Briscoe)
November 1, 2003 Main Event Spectacles Elizabeth, New Jersey 1 175 [5][3]
6 The Second City Saints
(CM Punk and Colt Cabana)
April 24, 2004 Reborn: Stage Two Chicago Ridge, Illinois 1 21 [6][3]
7 The Prophecy
(B.J. Whitmer and Dan Maff)
May 15, 2004 Round Robin Challenge III Lexington, Massachusetts 1 <1 [7][8][3]
8 The Briscoe Brothers
(Jay Briscoe and Mark Briscoe)
May 15, 2004 Round Robin Challenge III Lexington, Massachusetts 2 <1 [9][3]
9 The Second City Saints
(CM Punk and Colt Cabana)
May 15, 2004 Round Robin Challenge III Lexington, Massachusetts 2 84 [10][3]
10 The Rottweilers
(Ricky Reyes and Rocky Romero)
August 7, 2004 Testing the Limit Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 1 196 [11][3]
11 B.J. Whitmer and Dan Maff February 19, 2005 Third Anniversary Celebration: Part 1 Elizabeth, New Jersey 2 42 [12][13][3]
Vacated March 28, 2005 The championship was vacated when Maff left ROH. In kayfabe, ROH stated Maff was forced to retire as the result of an automobile accident. [3][4]
12 B.J. Whitmer (3) and Jimmy Jacobs April 2, 2005 Best of American Super Juniors Tournament Asbury Park, New Jersey 1 98 Whitmer and Jacobs defeated Jay Lethal and Samoa Joe to win the vacant championship. [14][3]
13 The Carnage Crew
(HC Loc and Tony DeVito)
July 9, 2005 Escape from New York New York, New York 1 14 [15][3]
14 B.J. Whitmer (4) and Jimmy Jacobs (2) July 23, 2005 The Homecoming Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 2 70 [16][3]
15 Sal Rinauro and Tony Mamaluke October 1, 2005 Joe vs. Kobashi New York, New York 1 77 [17][3]
16 Austin Aries and Roderick Strong December 17, 2005 Final Battle 2005 Edison, New Jersey 1 273 The championship was renamed the ROH World Tag Team Championship on July 9, 2006 after Aries and Strong defeated Naruki Doi and Masato Yoshino in Japan. [18][3]
17 The Kings of Wrestling
(Chris Hero and Claudio Castagnoli)
September 16, 2006 Glory by Honor V: Night 2 New York, New York 1 70 [19][20][3]
18 Christopher Daniels (2) and Matt Sydal November 25, 2006 Dethroned Edison, New Jersey 1 91 [21][3]
19 The Briscoe Brothers
(Jay Briscoe and Mark Briscoe)
February 24, 2007 Fifth Year Festival: Chicago Chicago, Illinois 3 7 [22][5]
20 Naruki Doi and Shingo March 3, 2007 Fifth Year Festival: Liverpool Liverpool, England 1 27 [23][5][6]
21 The Briscoe Brothers
(Jay Briscoe and Mark Briscoe)
March 30, 2007 All-Star Extravaganza III Detroit, Michigan 4 275 [24][5]
22 The Age of the Fall
(Jimmy Jacobs (3) and Tyler Black)
December 30, 2007 Final Battle 2007 New York, New York 1 27 [25][5]
23 No Remorse Corps
(Davey Richards and Rocky Romero (2))
January 26, 2008 Without Remorse Chicago Ridge, Illinois 1 77 [26]
24 The Briscoe Brothers
(Jay Briscoe and Mark Briscoe)
April 12, 2008 Injustice Edison, New Jersey 5 28 Austin Aries was a substitute for Mark Briscoe, who had sustained a legitimate injury, during the first and only championship defense. [27]
Vacated May 10, 2008 A New Level N/A The championship was vacated by Jay and Mark Briscoe due to Mark's injury. [28]
25 The Age of the Fall
(Jimmy Jacobs (4) and Tyler Black (2))
June 6, 2008 Up for Grabs Hartford, Connecticut 2 105 Jacobs and Black defeated Kevin Steen and El Generico in the final of a one-night tournament for the vacant championship. [29]
26 El Generico and Kevin Steen September 19, 2008 Driven 2008 Boston, Massachusetts 1 203 [30]
27 The American Wolves
(Davey Richards (2) and Eddie Edwards)
April 10, 2009 Ring of Honor Wrestling Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 1 253 Won the titles in a "Tables are Legal" match. This episode aired on tape delay on May 30, 2009. [7]
28 The Briscoe Brothers
(Jay Briscoe and Mark Briscoe)
December 19, 2009 Final Battle 2009 New York, New York 6 105 [31][8]
29 The Kings of Wrestling
(Chris Hero and Claudio Castagnoli)
April 3, 2010 The Big Bang! Charlotte, North Carolina 2 363 [9]
30 Wrestling's Greatest Tag Team
(Charlie Haas and Shelton Benjamin)
April 1, 2011 Honor Takes Center Stage: Chapter 1 Atlanta, Georgia 1 266 [10]
31 The Briscoe Brothers
(Jay Briscoe and Mark Briscoe)
December 23, 2011 Final Battle 2011 New York, New York 7 141 [11]
32 Wrestling's Greatest Tag Team
(Charlie Haas and Shelton Benjamin)
May 12, 2012 Border Wars Toronto, Ontario 2 43 After their first defense ended in disqualification, all matches in this reign allowed the title to change hands via disqualification. [12][13]
33 The All Night Express
(Rhett Titus and Kenny King)
June 24, 2012 Best in the World 2012: Hostage Crisis New York, New York 1 16 [14]
Vacated July 10, 2012 Title officially declared vacant after ROH severed its ties with Kenny King due to a contract dispute. [15]
34 S.C.U.M.
(Jimmy Jacobs (5) and Steve Corino)
September 15, 2012 Death Before Dishonor X: State of Emergency Chicago Ridge, Illinois 1 92 Defeated Charlie Haas and Rhett Titus in a tournament final to win the vacant title. [16]
35 The Briscoe Brothers
(Jay Briscoe and Mark Briscoe)
December 16, 2012 Final Battle 2012: Doomsday New York, New York 8 76 This was a three-way tag team match also involving Caprice Coleman and Cedric Alexander. [17]
36 reDRagon
(Bobby Fish and Kyle O'Reilly)
March 2, 2013 11th Anniversary Show Chicago Ridge, Illinois 1 147 [18]
37 Forever Hooligans
(Alex Koslov and Rocky Romero (3))
July 27, 2013 Ring of Honor Wrestling Providence, Rhode Island 1 7 Aired August 3, 2013. [19]
38 The American Wolves
(Davey Richards (3) and Eddie Edwards (2))
August 3, 2013 All-Star Extravaganza V Toronto, Ontario 2 14 [20]
39 reDRagon
(Bobby Fish and Kyle O'Reilly)
August 17, 2013 Manhattan Mayhem V New York, New York 2 203 [21]
40 The Young Bucks
(Matt Jackson and Nick Jackson)
March 8, 2014 Raising the Bar: Night 2 Chicago Ridge, Illinois 1 70 [22]
41 reDRagon
(Bobby Fish and Kyle O'Reilly)
May 17, 2014 War of the Worlds New York, New York 3 322 [23]
42 The Addiction
(Christopher Daniels (3) and Frankie Kazarian)
April 4, 2015 Ring of Honor Wrestling San Antonio, Texas 1 167 Aired April 25, 2015. [24][unreliable source]
43 The Kingdom
(Matt Taven and Mike Bennett)
September 18, 2015 All Star Extravaganza VII San Antonio, Texas 1 91 This was a three-way match also involving The Young Bucks. [25]
44 War Machine
(Hanson and Raymond Rowe)
December 18, 2015 Final Battle 2015 Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 1 143 [26]
45 The Addiction
(Christopher Daniels (4) and Frankie Kazarian (2))
May 9, 2016 War of the Worlds Dearborn, Michigan 2 144 [27]
46 The Young Bucks
(Matt Jackson and Nick Jackson)
September 30, 2016 All Star Extravaganza VIII Lowell, Massachusetts 2 155 This was a three-way Ladder War also involving The Motor City Machine Guns. [28]
47 The Broken Hardys
(Jeff Hardy and Matt Hardy)
March 4, 2017 Manhattan Mayhem VI New York City, New York 1 28 [29]
48 The Young Bucks
(Matt Jackson and Nick Jackson)
April 1, 2017 Supercard of Honor XI Lakeland, Florida 3 174 This was a Ladder match. [30]
49 The Motor City Machine Guns
(Alex Shelley and Chris Sabin)
September 22, 2017 Death Before Dishonor XV Las Vegas, Nevada 1 168 [31]
50 The Briscoe Brothers
(Jay Briscoe and Mark Briscoe)
March 9, 2018 ROH 16th Anniversary Show Sunrise Manor, Nevada 9 219 [32]
51 SoCal Uncensored
(Frankie Kazarian (3) and Scorpio Sky)
October 14, 2018 Glory By Honor XVI: Philadelphia Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 1 61 This was a three-way match also involving The Young Bucks.
Aired on November 16, 2018.
[33]
52 The Briscoe Brothers
(Jay Briscoe and Mark Briscoe)
December 14, 2018 Final Battle New York City, New York 10 91 This was Ladder War IX also involving The Young Bucks. [34]
53 Villain Enterprises
(Brody King and PCO)
March 15, 2019 ROH 17th Anniversary Show Sunrise Manor, Nevada 1 22 This was a Las Vegas street fight [35]
54 Guerrillas of Destiny
(Tama Tonga and Tanga Loa)
April 6, 2019 G1 Supercard New York City, New York 1 105 This was a Winner Take All Four-way match that also involved The Briscoe Brothers (Jay Briscoe and Mark Briscoe) and Los Ingobernables de Japón (Evil and Sanada) The Guerrillas' IWGP Tag Team Championship was also at stake. [36]
55 The Briscoe Brothers
(Jay Briscoe and Mark Briscoe)
July 20, 2019 Manhattan Mayhem New York City, New York 11 146 This was a New York City street fight. [37]
56 The Foundation
(Jay Lethal and Jonathan Gresham)
December 13, 2019 Final Battle 2019 Baltimore, Maryland 1 N/A The date when The Foundation lost the titles is unknown. [38]
57 La Faccion Ingobernable
(Dragon Lee and Kenny King (2))
N/A Ring of Honor Wrestling Baltimore, Maryland 1 N/A This was a Pure Rules match which aired February 27, 2021. The exact date the match took place is unknown, as ROH has held empty arena tapings at the UMBC Event Center since August 2020, after resuming operations following a five month hiatus due to the COVID-19 pandemic. [39]
58 The Foundation
(Rhett Titus (2) and Tracy Williams)
March 26, 2021 ROH 19th Anniversary Show Baltimore, Maryland 1 107 Defeated King and La Bestia del Ring, who was filling in for the injured Lee. [40]
59 Violence Unlimited
(Chris Dickinson and Homicide)
July 11, 2021 Best in the World Baltimore, Maryland 1 2 Defeated Titus and Jonathan Gresham, who was filling in for the injured Williams, in a Fight Without Honor [41]
60 La Faccion Ingobernable
(Dragon Lee (2) and Kenny King (3))
July 13, 2021 Ring of Honor Wrestling Baltimore, Maryland 2 124 Aired on tape delay on September 11, 2021. [42]
61 The OGK
(Matt Taven and Mike Bennett)
November 14, 2021 Honor for All Baltimore, Maryland 2 27 Previously known as The Kingdom [43]
62 The Briscoe Brothers
(Jay Briscoe and Mark Briscoe)
December 11, 2021 Final Battle Baltimore, Maryland 12 111 [44]
63 FTR
(Cash Wheeler and Dax Harwood)
April 1, 2022 Supercard of Honor XV Garland, Texas 1 82+ [45]

Combined reigns

As of June 22, 2022.

Indicates the current champions
¤ The exact length of at least one title reign is uncertain.

By team

Rank [32] Team No. of
reigns
Combined
days
1 The Briscoe Brothers
(Jay Briscoe and Mark Briscoe)
12 1,374
2 reDRagon
(Bobby Fish and Kyle O'Reilly)
3 672
3 The Foundation
(Jay Lethal and Jonathan Gresham)
1 436¤
4 The Kings of Wrestling
(Chris Hero and Claudio Castagnoli)
2 433
5 The Young Bucks
(Matt Jackson and Nick Jackson)
3 399
6 The Addiction
(Christopher Daniels and Frankie Kazarian)
2 311
7 Wrestling's Greatest Tag Team
(Charlie Haas and Shelton Benjamin)
2 308
8 Austin Aries and Roderick Strong 1 273
9 The American Wolves
(Davey Richards and Eddie Edwards)
2 267
10 El Generico and Kevin Steen 1 203
11 The Rottweilers
(Ricky Reyes and Rocky Romero)
1 196
12 A.J. Styles and The Amazing Red 1 175
The Prophecy
(Christopher Daniels and Donovan Morgan)
1 175
14 B.J. Whitmer and Jimmy Jacobs 2 168
The Motor City Machine Guns
(Alex Shelley and Chris Sabin)
1 168
16 La Faccion Ingobernable
(Dragon Lee and Kenny King)
2 ¤157
17 War Machine
(Hanson and Raymond Rowe)
1 143
18 The Age of the Fall
(Jimmy Jacobs and Tyler Black)
2 132
19 The Kingdom/The OGK
(Matt Taven and Mike Bennett)
2 118
20 The Foundation
(Rhett Titus and Tracy Williams)
1 107
21 The Second City Saints
(CM Punk and Colt Cabana)
2 105
Guerrillas of Destiny
(Tama Tonga and Tanga Loa)
1 105
23 S.C.U.M.
(Jimmy Jacobs and Steve Corino)
1 92
24 Christopher Daniels and Matt Sydal 1 91
25 FTR
(Dax Harwood and Cash Wheeler)
1 82+
26 No Remorse Corps
(Davey Richards and Rocky Romero)
1 77
Sal Rinauro and Tony Mamaluke 1 77
28 Violence Unlimited
(Chris Dickinson and Homicide)
1 63¤
29 SoCal Uncensored
(Frankie Kazarian and Scorpio Sky)
1 61
30 B.J. Whitmer and Dan Maff 2 42
31 The Broken Hardys
(Jeff Hardy and Matt Hardy)
1 28
32 Naruki Doi and Shingo 1 27
33 The Backseat Boyz
(Johnny Kashmere and Trent Acid)
1 26
34 Villain Enterprises
(Brody King and PCO)
1 22
35 Special K
(Dixie and Izzy)
1 16
The All Night Express
(Rhett Titus and Kenny King)
1 16
37 The Carnage Crew
(HC Loc and Tony DeVito)
1 14
38 Forever Hooligans
(Alex Koslov and Rocky Romero)
1 7

By wrestler

Rank Wrestler No. of
reigns
Combined
Days
1 Jay Briscoe 12 1,374
Mark Briscoe 12 1,374
3 Bobby Fish 3 672
Kyle O'Reilly 3 672
5 Christopher Daniels 4 577
6 Jay Lethal 1 436¤
Jonathan Gresham 1 436¤
8 Chris Hero 2 433
Claudio Castagnoli 2 433
10 Matt Jackson 3 399
Nick Jackson 3 399
12 Jimmy Jacobs 5 392
13 Frankie Kazarian 3 372
14 Davey Richards 3 344
15 Charlie Haas 2 308
Shelton Benjamin 2 308
17 Rocky Romero 3 280
18 Austin Aries 1 273
Roderick Strong 1 273
20 Eddie Edwards 2 267
21 B.J. Whitmer 4 210
22 El Generico 1 203
Kevin Steen 1 203
24 Ricky Reyes 1 196
25 A.J. Styles 1 175
Donovan Morgan 1 175
The Amazing Red 1 175
28 Kenny King 3 ¤173
29 Alex Shelley 1 168
Chris Sabin 1 168
31 Dragon Lee 2 ¤157
32 Hanson 1 143
Raymond Rowe 1 143
34 Tyler Black 2 132
35 Rhett Titus 2 123
36 Matt Taven 2 118
Mike Bennett 2 118
38 Tracy Williams 1 107
39 CM Punk 2 105
Colt Cabana 2 105
Tama Tonga 1 105
Tanga Loa 1 105
43 Steve Corino 1 92
44 Matt Sydal 1 91
45 Dax Harwood 1 82+
Cash Wheeler 1 82+
47 Sal Rinauro 1 77
Tony Mamaluke 1 77
49 Chris Dickinson 1 63¤
Homicide 1 63¤
51 Scorpio Sky 1 61
52 Dan Maff 2 42
53 Jeff Hardy 1 28
Matt Hardy 1 28
55 Naruki Doi 1 27
Shingo 1 27
57 Johnny Kashmere 1 26
Trent Acid 1 26
59 Brody King 1 22
PCO 1 22
61 Dixie 1 16
Izzy 1 16
63 HC Loc 1 14
Tony DeVito 1 14
65 Alex Koslov 1 7

Notes

1.^ This event was a live event that was later released on DVD.
2.^ Dan Maff's and B.J. Whitmer's first reign was won while they were in the alliance The Prophecy, while their second was won while they were no longer involved.
3.^ The Kings of Wrestling's (Chris Hero and Claudio Castagnoli) fourth defense is not recognized by ROH because it was defended at a Combat Zone Wrestling event, which was not sanctioned by ROH.[46]
4.^ This event was a pay-per-view that later aired on tape delay.
5.^ Each reign is ranked highest to lowest; reigns with the exact number mean they are tied for that certain rank

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