NWA Florida Tag Team Championship
NWA Florida Tag Team Championship.png
A previous version of the championship belt
Details
PromotionChampionship Wrestling from Florida
NWA Florida
Pro Wrestling Fusion
NWA Florida Underground
NWA Florida Wrestling Alliance
Date establishedDecember 10, 1968

The NWA Florida Tag Team Championship is the primary tag team title in NWA Florida Underground Wrestling. It started out in 1968 as the main tag team title in Championship Wrestling from Florida and lasted until 1990 when it was abandoned. It was picked back up in 1997 by NWA Florida, where it was the primary tag team title until June 2005, when the company shut down. In August 2009, the title was picked up by Florida-based Pro Wrestling Fusion until 2011. NWA Florida Underground transformed its FUW Tag Team championship to the NWA Florida Tag Team championship in 2012[1][2]

Title history

Key
Symbol Meaning
No. The overall championship reign
Reign The reign number for the specific wrestler listed.
Event The event in which the championship changed hands
N/A The specific information is not known
Used for vacated reigns in order to not count it as an official reign

Championship Wrestling from Florida

Key
No. Overall reign number
Reign Reign number for the specific champion
Days Number of days held
No. Champion Championship change Reign statistics Notes Ref.
Date Event Location Reign Days
1 The Medics
(Billy Garrett and Jim Starr)
December 10, 1968 CWF Show Tampa, Florida 1 42 Defeated José Lothario and Wahoo McDaniel in a tournament final.  
Vacated January 21, 1969 Championship held up after the match between Jack Brisco and Nick Kozak and the Medics.  
2 The Medics
(Billy Garrett and Jim Starr)
January 28, 1969 CWF Show Tampa, Florida 2 18 Won a tournament.  
Vacated February 15, 1969 Titles held up after match between Bobby and Lee Fields and the Medics.  
3 The Medics
(Billy Garrett and Jim Starr)
February 18, 1969 CWF Show Tampa, Florida 3 70 Won the rematch
4 Lester Welch and The Gladiator April 29, 1969 CWF Show Tampa, Florida 1 28    
5 Hiro Matsuda and Missouri Mauler May 27, 1969 CWF Show Tampa, Florida 1 56    
6 Jack Brisco and Ciclón Negro July 22, 1969 CWF Show Tampa, Florida 1 14    
7 Hiro Matsuda and Missouri Mauler August 5, 1969 CWF Show Tampa, Florida 2 29    
8 Ciclón Negro (2) and Sammy Steamboat September 3, 1969 CWF Show Miami, Florida 1 52  
9 Bronko Lubich and Chris Markoff October 25, 1969 CWF Show Tampa, Florida 1 73    
10 Ciclón Negro (3) and Jack Brisco January 6, 1970 CWF Show Tampa, Florida 2 24    
11 Bronko Lubich and Chris Markoff January 30, 1970 CWF Show Tallahassee, Florida 2 43    
12 Missouri Mauler (3) and Dale Lewis March 14, 1970 CWF Show Tampa, Florida 1 37    
13 Jose Lothario and Argentina Apollo April 20, 1970 CWF Show Orlando, Florida 1 150    
14 The Texas Outlaws
(Dick Murdoch and Dusty Rhodes)
September 17, 1970 CWF Show Jacksonville, Florida 1    
Vacated December 1970 The Texas Outlaws were stripped of the title for being disqualified too many times.  
15 Jose Lothario (2) and Danny Miller December 25, 1970 CWF Show Tampa, Florida 1 10 Defeated the Infernos in a one night six-tag team tournament.  
16 The Infernos
(Frankie Cain and Rocky Smith)
January 4, 1971 CWF Show Orlando, Florida 1 43    
17 The Brisco Brothers
(Jack Brisco(3) and Jerry Brisco)
February 16, 1971 CWF Show Tampa, Florida 1 42  
18 The Funk Brothers
(Dory Funk Jr. and Terry Funk)
March 30, 1971 CWF Show Tampa, Florida 1 14    
19 The Brisco Brothers
(Jack Brisco(4) and Jerry Brisco)
April 13, 1971 CWF Show Tampa, Florida 2 57    
Vacated June 9, 1971 Jerry Brisco was injured and unable to defend the championship.  
20 Ron Garvin and Ole Anderson July 2, 1971 CWF Show Jacksonville, Florida 1 34 Won a tournament.  
21 The Australians
(Ron Miller and Larry O'Dea)
August 5, 1971 CWF Show Jacksonville, Florida 1 77    
22 Dick Murdoch (2) and Bobby Duncum October 21, 1971 CWF Show Tampa, Florida 1 13    
23 The Australians
(Ron Miller and Larry O'Day)
November 3, 1971 CWF Show Miami, Florida 2 35    
24 The Alaskans
(Mike York and Frank Monte)
December 8, 1971 CWF Show Miami, Florida 1 14    
25 The Australians
(Ron Miller and Larry O'Day)
December 22, 1971 CWF Show Miami, Florida 3 19    
26 The Infernos
(Frankie Cain and Rocky Smith)
January 10, 1972 CWF Show West Palm Beach, Florida 2 36    
27 The Australians
(Ron Miller and Larry O'Day)
February 15, 1972 CWF Show Tampa, Florida 4 23    
28 Bobby Shane and Bearcat Wright March 9, 1972 CWF Show Tampa, Florida 1 61    
29 Boris Malenko and Bob Roop May 9, 1972 CWF Show Tampa, Florida 1 22    
30 Mike Webster and The Professional[Note 1] May 31, 1972 CWF Show Miami, Florida 1 24    
31 Boris Malenko (2) and Johnny Walker June 24, 1972 CWF Show Jacksonville, Florida 1 5    
32 The Zodiac and Taurus June 29, 1972 CWF Show Jacksonville, Florida 1 6    
33 Hiro Matsuda (3) and Tim Woods July 5, 1972 CWF Show Miami, Florida 1 15    
34 Nick Bockwinkel and Ray Stevens July 20, 1972 CWF Show Tampa, Florida 1 26    
35 Matsuda (4) and Bob Orton (2) August 15, 1972 CWF Show Tampa, Florida 1 21 Bob Orton previously held the championship under the name "The Zodiac".  
Vacated September 5, 1972 Orton defeated Matsuda to win both tag team belts, but the NWA ruled that the championship was vacant.  
36 Ron Fuller and Jimmy Golden September 19, 1972 CWF Show Tampa, Florida 1 21 Defeated Paul Jones and Dick Murdoch in tournament final.  
37 Norvell Austin and Sputnik Monroe October 10, 1972 CWF Show Tampa, Florida 1 37    
38 The Brisco Brothers
(Jack Brisco(5) and Jerry Brisco)
November 16, 1972 CWF Show Tampa, Florida 3 41    
39 Bobby Shane (2) and Chris Markoff (3) December 27, 1972 CWF Show Miami, Florida 1 21    
40 Tim Woods (2) and Big Bad John January 17, 1973 CWF Show Miami, Florida 1 27  
41 Bobby Shane (3) and Gorgeous George Jr. February 13, 1973 CWF Show Tampa, Florida 1 7    
42 Mike Graham and Kevin Sullivan February 20, 1973 CWF Show Tampa, Florida 1 102
43 The Samoans
(Tio Tio and Reno Tufuuli)
June 2, 1973 CWF Show St. Petersburg, Florida 1 59  
44 Mike Graham and Kevin Sullivan July 31, 1973 CWF Show Tampa, Florida 2 14    
45 The Samoans
(Tio Tio and Reno Tufuuli)
August 14, 1973 CWF Show Tampa, Florida 2 7    
46 Mike Graham and Kevin Sullivan August 21, 1973 CWF Show Tampa, Florida 3 46    
47 Dick Slater and Dusty Rhodes (2) October 6, 1973 CWF Show St. Petersburg, Florida 1 48    
48 Jos LeDuc and Paul LeDuc November 23, 1973 CWF Show Tallahassee, Florida 1 81    
49 Dick Slater (2) and Stan Vachon February 12, 1974 CWF Show Tampa, Florida 1 29    
50 Haystacks Calhoun and Kevin Sullivan (4) March 13, 1974 CWF Show Miami Beach, Florida 1 6    
51 The Hollywood Blonds
(Buddy Roberts and Jerry Brown)
March 19, 1974 CWF Show Tampa, Florida 1 168    
52 Dick Slater (3) and Mike Graham (4) September 3, 1974 CWF Show Tampa, Florida 1 14    
53 Dusty Rhodes (3) and Mike Graham (5) September 17, 1974 CWF Show Tampa, Florida 1 14 Graham defeated Slater to win the control of the tag team titles and chose Rhodes as his new partner.  
54 Dick Slater (4) and Toru Tanaka October 1, 1974 CWF Show Tampa, Florida 1 88    
55 Dominic DeNucci and Tony Parisi December 28, 1974 CWF Show Tampa, Florida 1 0    
56 Dick Slater (5) and J. J. Dillon February 4, 1975 CWF Show Florida 1 7    
57 Dick Slater (6) and Johnny Weaver February 11, 1975 CWF Show Florida 1 64 Dick Slater defeated J. J. Dillon to win the control of the NWA Florida Tag Team Championship and chose Johnny Weaver as the new tag team partner.  
58 Harley Race and Roger Kirby April 16, 1975 CWF Show Miami, Florida 1 59    
59 Roger Kirby (2) and Bob Roop (2) June 14, 1975 CWF Show St. Petersburg, Florida 1 25 Bob Roop replaced Harley Race after Race left the area.  
60 Ciclón Negro (4) and Omar Negro July 9, 1975 CWF Show Miami Beach, Florida 1 38 Won a tag team battle royal.  
61 J. J. Dillon (2) and Roger Kirby (3) August 16, 1975 CWF Show St. Petersburg, Florida 1 32    
62 Ciclón Negro (5) and Omar Negro September 17, 1975 CWF Show Miami Beach, Florida 2 89    
63 Roger Kirby (4) and Rip Hawk December 15, 1975 CWF Show West Palm Beach, Florida 1 8    
64 Eddie Graham and Mike Graham (6) December 23, 1975 CWF Show Tampa, Florida 1 28    
65 Bob Orton Jr. and Bob Roop (3) January 20, 1976 CWF Show Tampa, Florida 1 0 Defeated Eddie Graham and Bill Dromo, who was a substitute for Mike Graham  
66 Roger Kirby (4) and Rip Hawk January 20, 1976 CWF Show Florida 2 63    
67 The Orton Family
(Bob Orton Sr. (3) and Bob Orton Jr. (2))
March 23, 1976 CWF Show Florida 1 63    
68 Bob Orton Sr. (4) and Bob Roop (4) May 25, 1976 N/A N/A 1 14 Bob Roop replaced Bob Orton Jr. after Junior won the NWA Florida Heavyweight Championship  
Vacated June 8, 1976 After a match between The Brisco Brothers and Bob Orton and Bob Roop.  
69 Bob Orton Sr. (5) and Bob Roop (5) June 22, 1976 CWF Show Tampa, Florida 2 7 Defeated the Brisco Brothers in a rematch.  
70 Bob Backlund and Steve Keirn June 29, 1976 CWF Show Tampa, Florida 1 70    
71 The Hollywood Blonds
(Buddy Roberts and Jerry Brown)
September 7, 1976 CWF Show Tampa, Florida 2 55    
72 Mike Graham (7) and Ken Lucas November 1, 1976 CWF Show Orlando, Florida 1 43    
73 Bob Orton Jr. (6) and Bob Roop (6) December 14, 1976 CWF Show Tampa, Florida 3 27    
74 The Brisco Brothers
(Jack Brisco(6) and Jerry Brisco)
January 10, 1977 CWF Show Orlando, Florida 4 82    
75 Ox Baker and Superstar Billy Graham April 2, 1977 CWF Show N/A 1 62    
76 The Brisco Brothers
(Jack Brisco(7) and Jerry Brisco)
June 3, 1977 CWF Show Ft. Lauderdale, Florida 5 10    
Vacated June 13, 1977 After a match between The Brisco Brothers and Ivan Koloff and Pat Patterson.  
77 Ivan Koloff and Pat Patterson June 20, 1977 CWF Show West Palm Beach, Florida 1 91    
78 Rocky Johnson and Pedro Morales September 19, 1977 CWF Show West Palm Beach, Florida 1 37    
79 Ivan Koloff (2) and Mr. Saito October 26, 1977 CWF Show Florida 1 28    
80 Mike Graham (8) and Steve Keirn (2) November 23, 1977 CWF Show Florida 1 3    
Vacated November 26, 1977 After a match between Mike Graham and Steve Keirn vs. Ivan Koloff and Mr. Saito.  
81 Ivan Koloff (3) and Mr. Saito December 6, 1977 CWF Show Tampa, Florida 2 27 Defeated the Masked Marauders in a tournament final.  
82 Mike Graham (9) and Steve Keirn (3) January 2, 1978 CWF Show Florida 2 8    
83 Ivan Koloff (4) and Mr. Saito January 10, 1978 CWF Show Tampa, Florida 3 14    
84 The Brisco Brothers
(Jack Brisco(8) and Jerry Brisco)
January 24, 1978 CWF Show Miami, Florida 6 42    
85 Mr. Saito (4) and Mr. Sato March 7, 1978 CWF Show Florida 1 98    
86 The Brisco Brothers
(Jack Brisco(9) and Jerry Brisco)
June 13, 1978 CWF Show Miami, Florida 7 14    
87 The Spoilers
(Spoiler I and Spoiler II)
June 27, 1978 CWF Show Tampa, Florida 1 46    
88 Mike Graham (10) and Steve Keirn (4) August 12, 1978 CWF Show St. Petersburg, Florida 3 5    
89 The Spoilers
(Spoiler I and Spoiler II)
August 17, 1978 CWF Show Florida 2 19    
90 Mike Graham (11) and Steve Keirn (5) September 5, 1978 CWF Show Lakeland, Florida 4 6    
91 Mr. Saito (5) and Mr. Sato September 11, 1978 CWF Show Florida 2 12    
92 Mike Graham (12) and Steve Keirn (6) September 23, 1978 CWF Show Florida 5 10    
93 Kox and Bobby Duncum (3) October 3, 1978 CWF Show Florida 1 11    
94 Pak Song and Eric the Red October 14, 1978 CWF Show Lakeland, Florida 1 27    
95 Pak Song (2) and Mr. Uganda (6) November 10, 1978 N/A N/A 1 85 Title given to Mr. Uganda, after Eric the Red was involved in a traffic accident.  
96 Mike Graham (13) and Steve Keirn (7) February 3, 1979 CWF Show Florida 6 26    
97 Bugsy McGraw and Pak Song (3) March 1, 1979 CWF Show Florida 1 25    
98 Mike Graham (14) and Steve Keirn (8) March 26, 1979 CWF Show West Palm Beach, Florida 7    
99 Bugsy McGraw (2) and Thor the Viking May 1979 CWF Show Florida 1    
100 Jimmy Garvin and Steve Keirn (9) July 31, 1979 CWF Show Florida 1 25    
101 Mr. Hito and Mr. Sakurada August 25, 1979 CWF Show St. Petersburg, Florida 1 35    
102 Bobo Brazil and Sweet Brown Sugar September 29, 1979 CWF Show St. Petersburg, Florida 1 10    
103 Ray Stevens (2) and Mike Graham (15) October 9, 1979 CWF Show Tampa, Florida 1 21    
104 Stan Lane and Bryan St. John October 30, 1979 CWF Show Tampa, Florida 1 7    
Vacated November 6, 1979 After a match between Stan Lane and Bryan St. John vs. Mr. Sakurada and Mr. Hito.  
105 Mike Graham (16) and Steve Keirn (10) November 13, 1979 CWF Show Tampa, Florida 8 12 Defeated Mr. Sakurada and Mr. Hito in a tournament final.  
106 Stan Lane and Bryan St. John November 25, 1979 CWF Show St. Petersburg, Florida 2 106    
107 Jack Brisco (10) and Jimmy Garvin (2) March 10, 1980 CWF Show West Palm Beach, Florida 1 52    
108 Stan Lane and Bryan St. John May 1, 1980 CWF Show Jacksonville, Florida 3 52    
109 The Brisco Brothers
(Jack Brisco(10) and Jerry Brisco)
June 22, 1980 CWF Show Orlando, Florida 8 46    
110 Ivan Koloff (5) and Nikolai Volkoff August 7, 1980 CWF Show Jacksonville, Florida 1 33    
111 Dusty Rhodes (4) and Bobo Brazil (2) September 9, 1980 CWF Show Florida 1 39    
112 Barry Windham and Scott McGhee October 18, 1980 CWF Show St. Petersburg, Florida 1 45    
113 The Cowboy Connection
(Bobby Jaggers and R.T. Tyler)
December 2, 1980 CWF Show Tampa, Florida 1 31    
114 Barry Windham (2) and Mike Graham (17) January 2, 1981 CWF Show Orlando, Florida 1 10    
Vacated January 12, 1981 After Barry Windham won the NWA Florida Heavyweight Championship.  
115 The Cowboy Connection
(Bobby Jaggers and R.T. Tyler)
January 16, 1981 CWF Show Tampa, Florida 2 27 Defeated Manny Fernandez and Mike Graham for the vacant titles.  
116 Dusty Rhodes (5) and André the Giant February 12, 1981 CWF Show Ft. Lauderdale, Florida 1 3    
Deactivated February 15, 1981 N/A N/A    
117 New Breed
(Chris Champion and Sean Royal)
December 25, 1986 CWF Show Tampa, Florida 1 58 Defeated Kendall Windham and Vic Steamboat to win the championship.  
118 Southern Boys
(Steve Armstrong and Tracy Smothers)
February 21, 1987 CWF Show Sarasota, Florida 1 22    
119 The MOD Squad
(Basher and Spike)
March 15, 1987 CWF Show N/A 1 33    
120 Mike Graham (18) and Steve Keirn (11) April 17, 1987 CWF Show N/A 9 67   [3]
121 The Sheepherders
Butch Miller and Luke Williams)
June 23, 1987 CWF Show Tampa, Florida 1 67    
122 Mike Graham (19) and Steve Keirn (12) August 29, 1987 CWF Show St. Petersburg, Florida 10 10    
123 The Mighty Yankees
(Bob Cook and Jerry Grey)
September 8, 1987 CWF Show Tampa, Florida 1 39    
124 Mike Graham (20) and Steve Keirn (13) October 17, 1987 CWF Show Lakeland, Florida 11    
Vacated December 1987 CWF Closed  

Florida Championship Wrestling (Renamed FCW Tag Team Titles)

Key
No. Overall reign number
Reign Reign number for the specific champion
Days Number of days held
No. Champion Championship change Reign statistics Notes Ref.
Date Event Location Reign Days
1 Johnny Ace and The Terminator September 20, 1988 FCW show Tampa, Florida 1 107  
2 The Nasty Boys
(Brian Knobs and Jerry Sags)
January 5, 1989 FCW Show Nassau, Bahamas 1 21    
3 Johnny Ace and The Terminator January 26, 1989 FCW Show Tampa, Florida 2 57    
4 The Nasty Boys
(Brian Knobs and Jerry Sags)
March 24, 1989 FCW Show St. Petersburg, Florida 2 4 This was a Steel Cage match.  
5 Southern Force
(Black Bart and Bobby Jaggers)
March 28, 1989 FCW Show Tampa, Florida 1 42    
6 Mike Graham (21) and Dustin Rhodes May 9, 1989 FCW Show Tampa, Florida 1 [Note 2]    
7 Southern Force
(Black Bart (2) and Tony Anthony)
May 1989 FCW Show Tampa, Florida 1 [Note 3]    
8 The Nasty Boys
(Brian Knobs and Jerry Sags)
June 11, 1989 FCW Show Orlando, Florida 3 [Note 4]    
9 The Playboys
(Brett Sawyer and Jim Backlund)
July 1989 N/A N/A 1 [Note 5] The Playboys were awarded the championship.  
10 The Nasty Boys
(Brian Knobs and Jerry Sags)
August 22, 1989 FCW Show Tampa, Florida 4 56    
11 Jumbo Barretta and Dennis Knight October 17, 1989 FCW Show Tampa, Florida 1 26    
12 Mark Starr and Lou Pérez November 12, 1989 FCW Show Tampa, Florida 1 4    
13 The Bounty Hunters
(Big Al Green and Tim Parker)
November 16, 1989 FCW Show Tampa, Florida 1 51 Defeated Lou Pérez and Brickhouse Brown to win the championship.  
14 The Nasty Boys
(Brian Knobs and Jerry Sags)
January 6, 1990 FCW Show Nassau, Bahamas 5 96    
15 Robert Fuller and Kendall Windham April 12, 1990 FCW Show Tampa, Florida 1 27    
16 Mike Graham (22) and Joe Gomez May 9, 1990 FCW Show Tampa, Florida 1 [Note 6]    
vacated August 1990 N/A N/A Mike Graham retired  
17 Mark Starr (2) and Sgt. Rock September 13, 1990 FCW Show Tampa, Florida 1 [Note 7] Defeated Joe Gomez and Hurricane Walker  
18 Hurricane Walker and Tim Parker October 1990 FCW Show Florida 1 [Note 8]    
19 Sgt. Rock and Ron Slinker November 12, 1990 FCW Show Florida 1 [Note 9]    
Deactivated January 1991 N/A N/A    

NWA Florida Major League Wrestling / NWA Florida

Key
No. Overall reign number
Reign Reign number for the specific champion
Days Number of days held
No. Champion Championship change Reign statistics Notes Ref.
Date Event Location Reign Days
1 Blackhearts
(Apocalypse and Destruction)
1997 CWF Show N/A 1 [Note 10] records are unclear as to whom they defeated  
Vacated 1998 Championship vacated for undocumented reasons  
2 Steve Keirn (14) and Brian Blair November 13, 1998 CWF Show Gainesville, Florida 1 641 Defeated the Cuban Assassin and Pepe Prado to win the championship.  
Vacated August 15, 2000 Championship held up after match between Steve Keirn and Brian Blair and The Bushwackers ended in controversial fashion.  
3 Steve Keirn (15) and Brian Blair September 2000 CWF Show N/A 2 [Note 11] Defeated The Bushwackers in a rematch.  
4 Brian Blair (3) and Cyborg November 14, 2000 CWF Show Tampa, Florida 1 238 Blair defeated Keirn to win the controls for the tag team titles and choose a new partner.  
Vacated July 10, 2001 Vacated when both wrestlers were injured.  
5 The Shane Twins
(Mike and Todd Shane)
July 10, 2001 CWF Show Tampa, Florida 1 151 Won three-way match.  
5 Quickiemart
(Yaz and Agent Steele)
December 8, 2001 CWF Show St. Petersburg, Florida 1 62    
6 Wrongful Death
(Naphtali and Dagon Briggs)
February 8, 2002 CWF Show St. Petersburg, Florida 1 49    
7 Nick Berk and Z-Barr March 29, 2002 CWF Show St. Petersburg, Florida 1 1    
8 Wrongful Death
(Naphtali and Dagon Briggs)
March 30, 2002 CWF Show Crystal River, Florida 2 56    
9 The Shane Twins
(Mike and Todd Shane)
May 25, 2002 CWF Show St. Petersburg, Florida 2 139    
10 Scoot Andrews and Mike Sullivan October 11, 2002 CWF Show St. Petersburg, Florida 1 120    
11 The Shane Twins
(Mike and Todd Shane)
February 8, 2003 CWF Show St. Petersburg, Florida 3 126    
12 The Vandalz
(Tommy Vandal and Ricky Vandal)
June 14, 2003 CWF Show Pinellas Park, Florida 1 63    
13 The Shane Twins
(Mike and Todd Shane)
August 16, 2003 CWF Show Pinellas Park, Florida 4 196    
14 Fahrenheit 420
(Stash and David Mercury)
February 28, 2004 CWF Show St. Petersburg, Florida 1 49    
15 Mikey Tenderfoot and Justice April 17, 2004 CWF Show Brandon, Florida 1 154    
16 Jerrelle Clark and Mikey Batts September 18, 2004 CWF Show Brandon, Florida 1 63    
17 Frankie Capone and Marcus Dillon November 20, 2004 CWF Show Brandon, Florida 1 [Note 12]    
Deactivated June 2005 NWA Florida closed  

Pro Wrestling Fusion

Key
No. Overall reign number
Reign Reign number for the specific champion
Days Number of days held
No. Champion Championship change Reign statistics Notes Ref.
Date Event Location Reign Days
1 The Dark City Fight Club
(Jon Davis and Kory Chavis)
August 22, 2009 CWF Show Daytona Beach, Florida 1 224 Defeated Sinn Bodhi and Dagon to win the vacant championship.  
2 The New Heavenly Bodies
(Chris Nelson and Vito DeNucci)
April 3, 2010 CWF Show Tampa, Florida 1 13    
3 The Dark City Fight Club
(Jon Davis and Kory Chavis)
April 16, 2010   Sanford, Florida 2 218  
Vacated November 20, 2010 The Dark City Fight Club won the NWA World Tag Team Championship
The FUW Tag Team Titles were renamed the NWA Florida Tag Team Championship
4 Kennedy Kendrick and Deimos January 25, 2014 NWA FUW Underground Shines 2 Tampa, Florida 1 76 Won a Fatal Four-way match  
5 Generation Genesis
(Mitch Mitchell and Jeff Boom)
April 11, 2014 Defeated Kennedy Kendrick in a street fight St. Petersburg, Florida 1 168  
6 Team Lucha
(Jay Rios and Cruz)
September 26, 2014 CWF Show Tampa, Florida 1 170    
7 Generation Genesis
(Mitch Mitchell and Jeff Boom)
March 15, 2015 CWF Show Plant City, Florida 2 226 Defeated Circle of Disrespect (Francisco Ciatso and Simon Sez.)  
8 Dirty Blondes
(Leo Brien and Mike Patrick)
October 27, 2015 CWF Show Brandon, Florida 1 [Note 13])) Defeated Circle of Disrespect (Francisco Ciatso and Simon Sez.)  
Deactivated November 2015 Promotion left the NWA

Footnotes

  1. ^ This was Doug Gilbert under a mask.
  2. ^ The exact date the championship reign ended is uncertain, which means it lasted between 1 and 22 days.
  3. ^ The exact date the championship reign began is uncertain, which means that the reign lasted between 11 and 33 days.
  4. ^ The exact date that the championship reign ended is uncertain, which means that the reign lasted between 20 and 50 days.
  5. ^ The exact date that the championship reign ended is uncertain, which means that the reign lasted between 22 and 52 days.
  6. ^ The exact date the championship reign ended is uncertain, which means that the reign lasted between 84 and 114 days.
  7. ^ The exact date that the championship reign ended is uncertain, which means that the reign lasted between 18 and 47 days.
  8. ^ The exact date the championship reign began is uncertain, which means that the reign lasted between 13 and 42 days.
  9. ^ The exact date the championship was abandoned is uncertain, which means that the reign lasted between 50 and 80 days.
  10. ^ The length of the championship reign is too uncertain to calculate.
  11. ^ The exact date the championship was won is unknown, which means the championship reign lasted between 45 and 74 days.
  12. ^ The exact date NWA Florida closed is uncertain, which means that the championship reign lasted between 193 and 222 days.
  13. ^ The exact date the promotion left the NWA is uncertain, which means that the reign lasted between 5 and 34 days.

References

  1. ^ Royal Duncan and Gary Will (2006). Wrestling Title Histories (4th ed.). Archeus Communications. ISBN 0-9698161-5-4.
  2. ^ "NWA Florida Tag Team Title". Wrestling-titles.com.
  3. ^ Hoops, Brian (April 17, 2020). "Daily pro wrestling (04/17): WCW Spring Stampede 1994". Wrestling Observer Newsletter. Retrieved April 17, 2020.