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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]

[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.

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WCW U.S. Heavyweight Title History

Champion Won From Date City/Event
Lex Luger 1/1/1991 [1]
Sting Steve Austin 8/25/1991 Atlanta, GA[2]
Rick Rude Sting 11/19/1991 Clash 17[3]
Dustin Rhodes Ricky Steamboat 1/16/1993 Saturday Night[4]
Dustin Rhodes (2) Rick Rude 8/30/1993 Atlanta, GA[5]
Steve Austin Dustin Rhodes 12/27/1993 Starrcade
Ricky Steamboat Steve Austin 8/24/1994 Clash 28
Steve Austin (2) Ricky Steamboat 9/18/1994 Fall Brawl[6]
Jim Duggan Steve Austin 9/18/1994 Fall Brawl
Vader Jim Duggan 12/27/1994 Starrcade
Sting (2) Meng 6/18/1995 Great American Bash[7]
Kensuke Sasaki Sting 11/13/1995 Japan
One Man Gang Kensuke Sasaki 12/27/1995 Starrcade
Konnan One Man Gang 1/29/1996 Monday Nitro
Ric Flair Konnan 7/7/1996 Bash at the Beach[8]
Eddie Guerrero Diamond Dallas Page 12/29/1996 Starrcade[9]
Dean Malenko Eddie Guerrero 3/16/1997 UnCeNSoReD
Jeff Jarrett Dean Malenko 6/9/1997 Monday Nitro
Steve McMichael Jeff Jarrett 8/21/1997 Clash 35
Curt Hennig Steve McMichael 9/15/1997 Monday Nitro
Diamond Dallas Page Curt Hennig 12/28/1997 Starrcade
Raven Diamond Dallas Page 4/19/1998 Spring Stampede
Bill Goldberg Raven 4/20/1998 Monday Nitro
Bret Hart Diamond Dallas Page 7/20/1998 Monday Nitro[10]
Lex Luger (2) Bret Hart 8/10/1998 Monday Nitro
Bret Hart (2) Lex Luger 8/13/1998 Thunder
Diamond Dallas Page (2) Bret Hart 10/26/1998 Monday Nitro
Bret Hart (3) Diamond Dallas Page 11/30/1998 Monday Nitro
Roddy Piper Bret Hart 2/8/1999 Monday Nitro
Scott Hall Roddy Piper 2/21/1999 Superbrawl IX[11]
Scott Steiner Booker T 4/11/1999 Spring Stampede[12]
David Flair 7/5/1999 Monday Nitro[13]
Chris Benoit David Flair 8/9/1999 Monday Nitro
Sid Vicious Chris Benoit 9/12/1999 Fall Brawl
Bill Goldberg (2) Sid Vicious 10/24/1999 Halloween Havoc
Bret Hart (4) Bill Goldberg 10/25/1999 Monday Nitro
Scott Hall (2) Bret Hart 11/8/1999 Monday Nitro[14]
Chris Benoit (2) Jeff Jarrett 12/19/1999 Starrcade
Jeff Jarrett (2) Chris Benoit 12/20/1999 Monday Nitro[15]
Scott Steiner (2) Sting 4/16/2000 Spring Stampede[16]
Lance Storm Mike Awesome 7/18/2000 Monday Nitro[17]
Terry Funk Lance Storm 9/22/2000 Amarillo, TX
Lance Storm (2) Terry Funk 9/23/2000 Lubbock, TX
General Rection Lance Storm 10/29/2000 Halloween Havoc[18]
Lance Storm (3) General Rection 11/13/2000 Monday Nitro
General Rection (2) Lance Storm 11/26/2000 Mayhem
Shane Douglas General Rection 1/14/2001 Sin
Rick Steiner Shane Douglas 2/5/2001 Monday Nitro
Booker T Rick Steiner 3/18/2001 Greed
WWE buys out WCW and the title becomes defended on WWE programming.
Kanyon 7/26/2001 Smackdown![19]
Tajiri Kanyon 9/10/2001 Raw is War
Rhyno Tajiri 9/23/2001 Unforgiven
Kurt Angle Rhyno 10/22/2001 Raw
Edge Kurt Angle 11/12/2001 Raw[20]

[1]: When WCW withdrew from the NWA in January 1991, Lex Luger’s NWA U.S. title reign carried over to become the first ever WCW U.S. title reign. After winning the WCW world title, Lex Luger had to vacate the U.S. title.
[2]: This was a tournament final.
[3]: In December 1992, Rude had to vacate the title due to injury.
[4]: This was a tournament final. During a controversial finish in May 1993, the U.S. title became vacant.
[5]: Rhodes regained the U.S. title in a rematch on 8/30/1993.
[6]: Austin was awarded the title after Steamboat was forced to vacate the title due to injury.
[7]: Vader was stripped of the title by WCW Commissioner Nick Bockwinkel in April 1995. This was a tournament final.
[8]: Ric Flair had to vacate the title due to a shoulder injury in November 1996.
[9]: This was a tournament final.
[10]: Goldberg vacated the U.S. title once he won the WCW world title on 7/5/1998. Bret Hart and DDP were considered as the top two contendors to the U.S. title.
[11]: Scott Hall vacated the U.S. title after suffering an injury.
[12]: This was a tournament final.
[13]: WCW President Ric Flair stripped Scott Steiner of the title when he failed to defend it and awarded it to his son David.
[14]: This was a four-way ladder match which also included Sid Vicious and Goldberg. He would be stripped of the title due to an injury at Starrcade, setting up a ladder match between Benoit and Jarrett for the vacant title.
[15]: Once the Russo/Bischoff era started on 4/10/2000, all the titles were made vacant as they reset the company.
[16]: This was a tournament final. Steiner would be stripped of the title when he used the Steiner Recliner on Mike Awesome at Bash at the Beach which was a submission hold that had been banned from WCW.
[17]: This was a tournament final. During the Lance Storm title reigns, the U.S. title becomes unofficially known as the WCW Canadian Heavyweight title.
[18]: General Rection won the title in a handicap match by defeating both Lance Storm and Jim Duggan.
[19]: As the WCW world champion, Booker T awards the secondary WCW U.S. title to Kanyon.
[20]: At the Survivor Series PPV the following weekend, Edge defeated WWE Intercontinental champion Test to win the title and as the WCW U.S. champion, the WCW and WWE titles become unified for the first time ever.

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