WCW World Tag Team Titles History

Champion Won From Date City/Event
Doom 1/1/1991 [1]
The Freebirds Doom 2/24/1991 WrestleWar
Rick & Scott Steiner The Freebirds 3/9/1991 Power Hour[2]
The Enforcers Rick Steiner & Bill Kazmaier 9/5/1991 Clash 16[3]
Ricky Steamboat & Dustin Rhodes The Enforcers 11/19/1991 Clash 17
Arn Anderson & Bobby Eaton Ricky Steamboat & Dustin Rhodes 1/16/1992 Jacksonville, FL
Rick & Scott Steiner (2) Arn Anderson & Bobby Eaton 5/3/1992 Chicago, IL
Steve Williams & Terry Gordy Rick & Scott Steiner 7/5/1992 Atlanta, GA
Barry Windham & Dustin Rhodes Steve Williams & Terry Gordy 9/21/1992 Saturday Night
Ricky Steamboat & Shane Douglas Barry Windham & Dustin Rhodes 11/18/1992 Clash 21
The Hollywood Blondes Ricky Steamboat & Shane Douglas 3/2/1993 Power Hour
Arn Anderson & Paul Roma The Hollywood Blondes 8/18/1993 Clash 24
The Nasty Boys Arn Anderson & Paul Roma 9/19/1993 Fall Brawl
Marcus Bagwell & Too Cold Scorpio The Nasty Boys 10/4/1993 Saturday Night
The Nasty Boys (2) Marcus Bagwell & Too Cold Scorpio 10/24/1993 Halloween Havoc
Cactus Jack & Kevin Sullivan The Nasty Boys 5/22/1994 Slamboree
Pretty Wonderful Cactus Jack & Kevin Sullivan 7/17/1994 Bash at the Beach
Stars N Stripes Pretty Wonderful 9/25/1994 Saturday Night
Pretty Wonderful (2) Stars N Stripes 10/23/1994 Halloween Havoc
Stars N Stripes (2) Pretty Wonderful 11/16/1994 Clash 29
Harlem Heat Stars N Stripes 12/8/1994 Saturday Night
The Nasty Boys (3) Harlem Heat 5/21/1995 Slamboree
Harlem Heat (2) The Nasty Boys 6/24/1995 Worldwide
Bunkhouse Buck & Dick Slater Harlem Heat 7/22/1995 Saturday Night
Harlem Heat (3) Bunkhouse Buck & Dick Slater 9/17/1995 Fall Brawl
The American Males Harlem Heat 9/18/1995 Monday Nitro
Harlem Heat (4) The American Males 10/28/1995 Saturday Night
Sting & Lex Luger Harlem Heat 1/22/1996 Monday Nitro
Harlem Heat (5) Sting & Lex Luger 6/24/1996 Monday Nitro
Rick & Scott Steiner (3) Harlem Heat 7/24/1996 Cincinnati, OH
Harlem Heat (6) Rick & Scott Steiner 7/27/1996 Dayton, OH
Public Enemy Harlem Heat 9/23/1996 Monday Nitro
Harlem Heat (7) Public Enemy 10/5/1996 Saturday Night
The Outsiders Harlem Heat 10/27/1996 Halloween Havoc
Rick & Scott Steiner (4) Scott Hall & Syxx 10/13/1997 Monday Nitro[4]
The Outsiders (2) Rick & Scott Steiner 1/12/1998 Monday Nitro
Rick & Scott Steiner (5) The Outsiders 2/9/1998 Monday Nitro
The Outsiders (3) Rick & Scott Steiner 2/22/1998 Superbrawl VIII
Sting & The Giant The Outsiders 5/17/1998 Slamboree
Sting & Kevin Nash 6/15/1998 Monday Nitro[5]
The Giant & Scott Hall Sting & Kevin Nash 7/20/1998 Monday Nitro
Rick Steiner The Giant & Scott Steiner 10/25/1998 Halloween Havoc[6]
Barry Windham & Curt Hennig Chris Benoit & Dean Malenko 2/21/1999 Superbrawl IX[7]
Chris Benoit & Dean Malenko Barry Windham & Curt Hennig 3/14/1999 UnCeNSoReD
Rey Mysterio & Billy Kidman Chris Benoit & Dean Malenko 3/29/1999 Monday Nitro
Raven & Perry Saturn Rey Mysterio & Billy Kidman 5/9/1999 Slamboree
Jersey Triad Raven & Perry Saturn 5/31/1999 Monday Nitro
Chris Benoit & Perry Saturn Jersey Triad 6/10/1999 Thunder
Jersey Triad (2) Chris Benoit & Perry Saturn 6/13/1999 Great American Bash
Harlem Heat (8) Jersey Triad 8/14/1999 Road Wild
Barry & Kendall Windham Harlem Heat 8/23/1999 Monday Nitro
Harlem Heat (9) Barry & Kendall Windham 9/12/1999 Fall Brawl
Konnan & Rey Mysterio Harlem Heat 10/18/1999 Monday Nitro
Harlem Heat (10) Konnan & Rey Mysterio 10/24/1999 Halloween Havoc
Konnan & Billy Kidman Harlem Heat 10/25/1999 Monday Nitro
Creative Control Konnan & Billy Kidman 11/22/1999 Monday Nitro
Bret Hart & Bill Goldberg Creative Control 12/6/1999 Monday Nitro
The Outsiders (4) Bret Hart & Bill Goldberg 12/13/1999 Monday Nitro
David Flair & Crowbar Kevin Nash & Scott Steiner 1/3/2000 Monday Nitro[8]
The Mamalukes David Flair & Crowbar 1/19/2000 Monday Nitro
The Harris Brothers (2) The Mamalukes 2/12/2000 Germany
The Mamalukes (2) The Harris Brothers 2/13/2000 Germany
The Harris Brothers (3) The Mamalukes 3/19/2000 UnCeNSoReD[9]
Shane Douglas & Buff Bagwell Ric Flair & Lex Luger 4/16/2000 Spring Stampede[10]
KroniK Shane Douglas & Buff Bagwell 5/15/2000 Monday Nitro
Perfect Event KroniK 5/31/2000 Thunder
KroniK (2) Perfect Event 7/9/2000 Bash at the Beach
Great Muta & Vampiro KroniK 8/13/2000 New Blood Rising
Rey Mysterio & Juventud Guerrera Great Muta & Vampiro 8/14/2000 Monday Nitro[11]
Sean O’Haire & Mark Jindrak 9/25/2000 Monday Nitro[12]
Misfits in Action Sean O’Haire & Mark Jindrak 10/9/2000 Monday Nitro
Sean O’Haire & Mark Jindrak (2) Misfits in Action 10/9/2000 Monday Nitro
Alex Wright & General Rection Sean O’Haire & Mark Jindrak 11/16/2000 Monday Nitro
Perfect Event (2) Alex Wright & General Rection 11/20/2000 Monday Nitro
The Insiders Perfect Event 11/26/2000 Mayhem
Perfect Event (3) The Insiders 12/4/2000 Monday Nitro
The Insiders (2) Perfect Event 12/17/2000 Starrcade
Chuck Palumbo & Sean O’Haire The Insiders 1/14/2001 Sin
In March 2001, WWE buys out WCW and the title becomes defended on WWE programming.
The Undertaker & Kane Chuck Palumbo & Sean O’Haire 8/9/2001 Smackdown!
Booker T & Test The Undertaker & Kane 9/25/2001 Smackdown!
The Hardy Boyz Booker T & Test 10/8/2001 Raw
The Dudley Boyz The Hardy Boyz 10/25/2001 Smackdown![13]

Footnotes:
[1]: When WCW withdrew from the NWA in January 1991, Doom’s NWA world tag team title reign carried over to the first ever WCW world tag title reign.
[2]: The Steiners actually won the titles before WrestleWar in real time, giving the Freebirds a negative title reign.
[3]: After Scott Steiner suffered an injury in June 1991, the titles were vacated. This was a tournament final.
[4]: Syxx is subbing for an injured Kevin Nash.
[5]: When Sting and Giant couldn’t get along, they had a match to determine who would get the tag belts. Sting won the match and chose Kevin Nash as his new partner.
[6]: Rick Steiner won a handicap match against the Giant and Scott Steiner who was subbing for Scott Hall.
[7]: After Rick Steiner was suffered an injury in January 1999, he and partner Kenny Kaos were stripped of the titles. This was a tournament final.
[8]: On the December 27, 1999 Nitro, the Outsiders vacated the titles after Scott Hall sustained an injury. This was a tournament final.
[9]: On April 10, 2000 when Bischoff and Russo joined together to take control of WCW, all the titles were made vacant for the WCW reboot.
[10]: This was a tournament final.
[11]: The titles became vacant when WCW Commissioner Ernest Miller pinned Disco Inferno. Whatever.
[12]: O’Haire & Jindrak won the titles in a six-team battle royal.
[13]: At Survivor Series on 11/18/2001, the titles were retired after being unified with the WWF tag team championship.

Credit goes to: PWI Almanac, wrestling-titles.com, and ProWrestlingHistory.com

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