The Vancouver version of the UWA Tag Team Championship was the tag team title in All Star Wrestling from its establishment sometime after All Star disaffiliated from the National Wrestling Alliance in late-1985 until the promotion closed in 1989.

Title history

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
No. Champion Championship change Reign statistics Notes Ref.
Date Event Location Reign Days
1 Rick Davis and Ole Olsen July 6, 1985 ASW show Cloverdale, BC 1 N/A Defeated Sonny Myers and Tim Patterson for the NWA Canadian Tag Team Championship, which was then renamed the UWA Tag Team Championship when All-Star Wrestling left the NWA.[1] [1]
2 Dave Gold and Tim Patterson September 9, 1985 ASW show Cloverdale, BC 1 N/A [1]
3 Rick Davis and Ole Olsen October 5, 1985 ASW show Cloverdale, BC 2 N/A [1]
Vacated January 1986 Vacated when Olsen was injured [1]
4 Buddy Austin and Mike Stone March 22, 1986 ASW show Cloverdale, BC 1 N/A Defeated Rick Davis and Rocky Delaserra. [1]
5 Rick Davis (3) and Rocky Delaserra March 29, 1986 ASW show Cloverdale, BC 1 N/A [1]
6 Rick Davis (4) and Mike Stone (2) N/A ASW show British Columbia 1 N/A [1]
7 The Knight Riders
(Bear and Harley)
N/A ASW show British Columbia 1 N/A [1]
8 Rick Davis (5) and Pat Bradley N/A ASW show British Columbia 1 N/A [1]
9 J.R. Bundy and Ivan Gorky N/A ASW show British Columbia 1 N/A [1]
10 Rick Davis (6) and Billy Two Eagles N/A ASW show British Columbia 1 N/A [1]
11 Timothy Flowers and Jonathan Sayers 1987 ASW show British Columbia 1 N/A Unknown whom Flowers and Sayers beat for the title [1]
12 Rick Davis (7) and J.R. Bundy (2) May 9, 1987 ASW show Cloverdale, BC 1 N/A [1]
13 Timothy Flowers (2) and Ivan Gorky (2) June 6, 1987 ASW show Cloverdale, BC 1 N/A [1]
14 The Frog and Atomic Kid 1987 ASW show British Columbia 1 N/A [1]
15 I-Ton and Dory Singh January 2, 1988 ASW show Cloverdale, BC 1 N/A [1]
16 Michelle Starr and Ivan Gorky (3) N/A ASW show British Columbia 1 N/A [1]
Vacated 1989 Vacated for undocumented reasons [1]
17 Robotron and Olympian June 1989 ASW show British Columbia 1 N/A [1]
Deactivated July 2, 1989 ASW show Title was abandoned after All-Star Wrestling held its final event in Elk Grove, British Columbia. [1]

See also

References

  1. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u "UWA Tag Team title history (Vancouver)". wrestling-titles.com. Retrieved June 9, 2019.