NWA North American Tag Team Championship

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NWA North American Tag Team Championship
PromotionNational Wrestling Alliance
Date establishedAugust 1995
Current champion(s)Action Attraction
(Matt Justyce & Action Jackson) [1]
Date wonMay 2, 2015[2]
Other name(s)
  • MCW North American Tag Team Championship

The NWA North American Tag Team Championship is a professional wrestling tag team championship that is currently used and defended in various territories throughout the National Wrestling Alliance.[3] This is the fifth NWA sanctioned championship to bear this name. Unlike its predecessors, each of which was only used in a specific territory, this title is defended in NWA territories throughout the world in much the same way as the NWA World Tag Team Championship. Also, as with the NWA World Tag Team Championship, the title is ultimately controlled by the NWA Board of Directors and title changes occur only when a majority of the board votes to do so. Originally, the championship was called the MCW North American Tag Team Championship and was defended in Music City Wrestling based out of Nashville, Tennessee.

Title History[edit]

Wrestlers: Reigns together: Date: Place: Notes:
MCW North American Tag Team Championship
Moondogs 1 August 1995
J.C. Ice & Doug Gilbert 1 June 1997
The Centerfolds
(Kenny & Keith Arden)
1 June 10, 1997 Nashville, Tennessee
Colorado Kid & Scufflin Hillbilly 1 June 27, 1997 Lebanon, Tennessee
The Centerfolds
(Kenny & Keith Arden)
2 November 1997
Thrillbilly & Shane Eden 1 November 27, 1997 Nashville, Tennessee
Tennessee Volunteers
(Reno Riggins & Steven Dunn)
1 January 27, 1998 Nashville, Tennessee
Ladies Night Out
(Frenchy Riviera & Shane Eden)
1 February 21, 1998 Nashville, Tennessee
Tennessee Volunteers
(Reno Riggins & Steven Dunn)
2 February 28, 1998 Lebanon, Tennessee Stripped on March 21, 1998 for attacking the promoter.
(Speedy Gonzales & Rick Slagle)
1 March 1998 North Carolina Reigning ASW North American champions and recognized as NWA champions.
Limited Edition
(Nick Dinsmore & Rob Conway)
1 April 4, 1998 Nashville, Tennessee Defeat Tennessee Volunteers, Ladies Night Out and Rock and Roll Express in a four-way match.
Vacated May 1998 When Dinsmore is injured.
Southern Rockers
(Steven Dunn & Rex King)
1 May 30, 1998 Nashville, Tennessee Defeat Chris Michaels & Shane Eden.
Tennessee Volunteers
(Reno Riggins & Steven Dunn)
3 May 30, 1998 Nashville, Tennessee Reno Riggins & Dunn attack King; Riggins takes King's place on the team. Renamed NWA North American Tag Team Championship soon after.
Vacated July 25, 1998
NWA North American Tag Team Championship
MCW Blacksheep
(Wolfie D & Flash Flanagan)
1 August 2, 1998 Nashville, Tennessee
Tennessee Volunteers
(Reno Riggins and Steven Dunn)
4 August 29, 1998 Nashville, Tennessee Held up after a match against Australians (Bill Dundee & Ashley Hudson) on February 5, 1999 in Nashville, TN.
Tennessee Volunteers
(Reno Riggins & Steven Dunn)
5 February 6, 1999 Nashville, Tennessee Defeat Australians in rematch.
Brian Christopher & Spellbinder 1 February 20, 1999 Nashville, Tennessee
Tennessee Volunteers
(Reno Riggins & Steven Dunn)
6 March 25, 1999 Nashville, Tennessee
Vacated May 1999 In order to concentrate on the NWA World Tag Team Titles.
Ladies Night Out 2 June 5, 1999 Nashville, Tennessee Defeated Christian York & Joey Matthews to win the titles.
Chris Michaels & Bart Sawyer 1 July 3, 1999 Nashville, Tennessee
Vacated August 1999
Air Paris & Cassidy O'Reilly 1 August 14, 1999 Nashville, Tennessee Defeated Ashley Hudson & Corey Williams to win the vacated titles.
New South
(Ashley Hudson & Cory Williams)
1 November 27, 1999 Nashville, Tennessee Titles were awarded.
Air Paris & Big Bully Douglas 1 April 14, 2000 Hopkinsville, Kentucky
Vacated September 2000 When the team splits up.
James Storm & Shane Eden 1 February 10, 2001 Nashville, Tennessee Wins a tournament.
Vacated February 15, 2001 When the title become inactive.
New Orleans Fight Club
(Kevin Northcutt & John Saxon)
1 August 14, 2004 Jackson, Mississippi Defeated Skeeter Frost & Sal Rinauro in a 4-team tournament final.
Tribal Force
(Tim Warcloud & Tejas)
1 April 16, 2005 Ponca City, Oklahoma
Chris Escobar & Shane Falco 1 October 8, 2005 Nashville, Tennessee Defeated Warlcoud & Daron Smythe, subbing for Tejas, at the NWA 57th Anniversary Show.
U.N. of Devastation
(Bad News Johnson & Drake Tungsten)
1 October 22, 2005 Roanoke, Virginia Defeated Escobar & Frank Parker, subbing for Falco.
Scotty Blaze & Scotty Rocker 1 November 18, 2006 Danville, Virginia
Old School Empire
(Mike Booth & Preston Quinn)
1 August 12, 2007 Charlotte, North Carolina
The Wrong Crowd
(Brian Anthony & Paul Atlas)
1 January 19, 2008 Ahoskie, North Carolina
Brandon K & Sterling James Keenan 1 September 6, 2008 McKeesport, Pennsylvania Defeated The Wrong Crowd (Brian Anthony & Paul Atlas).
Brandon K & Crusher Hansen 1 February 28, 2009 McKeesport, Pennsylvania Defeated Brandon K for Sterling's half of the title.
Excellence Personified
(Brandon K & Scottie Gash)
1 April 11, 2009 McKeesport, Pennsylvania Defeated Crusher Hansen and James Ross to reunify the titles.
(Ashton Amherst & James Ross)
1 May 22, 2010 McKeesport, Pennsylvania [1]
Vacated November 30, 2011 Due to "There's No One Left to Face" From Team MEGA. [2]
Rochester Wrecking Crew
(Hellcat & Rob Sweet)
1 December 3, 2011 Rochester, New York Defeated The Olsen Twins (Jimmy Olsen & Colin Delaney) for the vacated championship. Recognition withdrawn by NWA in February 2013.
Hart & Soul
(Teddy Hart & Big Daddy Yum Yum)
1 December 12, 2014 Patterson, Louisiana Defeated Steve Anthony & Luke Hawx for the vacated championship.
Action Attraction
(Matt Justyce & Action Jackson)
1 May 2, 2015 Daisetta, Texas Defeat Hart & Soul and Pump Patrol Jared Wayne & Curt Matthews in 3-way match, renamed Main Event Pro Wrestling Tag Team Championship as the promotion is no longer associated with the NWA.

See also[edit]


  1. ^ a b "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2009-07-05. Retrieved 2009-06-21.CS1 maint: archived copy as title (link)
  2. ^ a b https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jd2ofaAkeu4
  3. ^ Duncan, Royal; Gary Will (2006). "(Memphis, Nashville) Nashville: MCW/NWA North American Tag Team Title". Wrestling Title Histories. Archeus Communications. p. 204. ISBN 0-9698161-5-4.

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