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Title history

Wrestlers
(individual reigns): Reigns
together: Date: Location: Notes:
Luke Graham & Tarzan Tyler 1 June 3, 1971 New Orleans, LA Defeated Dick the Bruiser and The Sheik in a tournament final.[1][2]
Karl Gotch & Rene Goulet 1 December 6, 1971 New York City, NY [1]
King Curtis Iaukea & Mikel Scicluna 1 February 1, 1972 Philadelphia, PA [1]
Sonny King & Chief Jay Strongbow 1 May 22, 1972 New York, NY [1]
Mr. Fuji & Professor Tanaka 1 June 27, 1972 Philadelphia, PA [1]
Haystacks Calhoun & Tony Garea 1 May 30, 1973 Hamburg, PA [1]
Mr. Fuji & Professor Tanaka 2 September 11, 1973 Philadelphia, PA [1]
Tony Garea (2) & Dean Ho 1 November 14, 1973 Hamburg, PA [1]
Jimmy & Johnny Valiant 1 May 8, 1974 Hamburg, PA [1]
Dominic DeNucci & Victor Rivera 1 May 13, 1975 Philadelphia, PA [1]
Dominic DeNucci & Pat Barrett 1 June 1975
Unknown Rivera left the WWF in June 1975; DeNucci chose Pat Barrett as his replacement partner.[1][2]
The Blackjacks
(Lanza & Mulligan) 1 August 26, 1975 Philadelphia, PA [1]
Louis Cerdan & Tony Parisi 1 November 18, 1975 Philadelphia, PA [1]
The Executioners
(#1 & #2) 1 May 11, 1976 Philadelphia, PA [1]
Vacated October 26, 1976 Philadelphia, PA Stripped when a third Executioner is used.[2]
Chief Jay Strongbow (2) & Billy White Wolf 1 December 7, 1976 Philadelphia, PA Defeated The Executioners and Tor Kamata & Nikolai Volkoff in a three-team tournament.[1][2]
Vacated August 1977 Unknown Vacated when Billy White Wolf injures his neck in a match against Ken Patera.[2]
Mr. Fuji & Professor Tanaka 3 September 27, 1977 Philadelphia, PA Defeated Tony Garea & Larry Zbyszko in a tournament final.[1][2]
Dino Bravo & Dominic DeNucci (2) 1 March 14, 1978 Philadelphia, PA [1]
The Yukon Lumberjacks
(Eric & Pierre) 1 June 26, 1978 New York, NY [1]
Tony Garea (3) & Larry Zbyszko 1 November 21, 1978 Allentown, PA [1]
Jerry & Johnny Valiant (2) 1 March 6, 1979 Allentown, PA [1]
Ivan Putski & Tito Santana 1 October 22, 1979 New York, NY [1]
The Wild Samoans
(Afa & Sika) 1 April 12, 1980 Philadelphia, PA [1]
Bob Backlund & Pedro Morales 1 August 9, 1980 New York, NY This was a two out of three falls match, which Backlund and Morales won 2-0.[1][2]
Vacated August 10, 1980 New York, NY Vacated due to Backlund's status as WWF Heavyweight Champion.[2]
The Wild Samoans 2 September 9, 1980 Allentown, PA Defeated Tony Garea & Rene Goulet in a tournament final.[1][2]
Tony Garea (4) & Rick Martel 1 November 8, 1980 Philadelphia, PA [1]
The Moondogs
(King & Rex) 1 March 17, 1981 Allentown, PA King is replaced with Moondog Spot on May 1 when he's unable to enter the United States from Canada.[1][2]
Tony Garea (5) & Rick Martel 2 July 21, 1981 Allentown, PA [1]
Mr. Fuji (4) & Mr. Saito 1 October 13, 1981 Allentown, PA [1]
Chief Jay (3) & Jules Strongbow 1 June 28, 1982 New York, NY [1]
Mr. Fuji (5) & Mr. Saito 2 July 13, 1982 Allentown, PA [1]
Chief Jay (4) & Jules Strongbow 2 October 26, 1982 Allentown, PA [1]
The Wild Samoans 3 March 8, 1983 Allentown, PA [3]
Tony Atlas & Rocky Johnson 1 November 15, 1983 Allentown, PA [4]
Adrian Adonis & Dick Murdoch 1 April 17, 1984 Hamburg, PA [5]
The U.S. Express
(Mike Rotundo & Barry Windham) 1 January 21, 1985 Hartford, CT [6]
The Iron Sheik & Nikolai Volkoff 1 March 31, 1985 New York, NY Won the title at WrestleMania.[7]
The US Express 2 June 17, 1985 Poughkeepsie, NY [7]
The Dream Team
(Brutus Beefcake & Greg Valentine) 1 August 24, 1985 Philadelphia, PA [8]
The British Bulldogs
(Dynamite Kid & Davey Boy Smith) 1 April 7, 1986 Rosemont, IL Won the title at WrestleMania 2.[9]
The Hart Foundation
(Bret Hart & Jim Neidhart) 1 January 26, 1987 Tampa, FL Won the title on Superstars.[10]
Strike Force
(Rick Martel (3) & Tito Santana (2)) 1 October 27, 1987 Syracuse, NY Won the title on Superstars.[11]
Demolition
(Ax & Smash) 1 March 27, 1988 Atlantic City, NJ Won the title at WrestleMania IV.[12]
The Brain Busters
(Arn Anderson & Tully Blanchard) 1 July 18, 1989 Worcester, MA This was a two out of three falls match on Saturday Night's Main Event, which the Brain Busters won 2-1.[13]
Demolition
2 October 2, 1989 Wheeling, WV Won the title on Superstars.[14]
The Colossal Connection
(André the Giant & Haku) 1 December 13, 1989 Huntsville, AL Won the title on Superstars.[15]
Demolition
(Ax (3), Smash (3) & Crush) 3 April 1, 1990 Toronto, ON Won the title at WrestleMania VI. Crush joins Demolition during this reign, debuting in June on Superstars; the Freebird Rule is invoked, allowing any two members of Demolition to defend the title.[16][17][2]
The Hart Foundation 2 August 27, 1990 Philadelphia, PA This was a two out of three falls match at SummerSlam, which the Hart Foundation won 2-1.[17]
The Rockers
(Shawn Michaels & Marty Jannetty) 1† October 30, 1990 Fort Wayne, IN The Rockers defeated the Hart Foundation at a house show in a Two out of three falls match for the title and held the belts for several days; however, it was later announced by President Jack Tunney that the decision had been reversed due to a rope coming off of the turnbuckle during the match and the win was never acknowledged on television.[2]
The Hart Foundation 2(3)† Championship returned after match decision is reversed.[2] According to the official WWE World Tag Team Championship history, The Hart Foundation's reign lasted from August 27, 1990 to March 24, 1991 and was never interrupted.[17]
The Nasty Boys
(Brian Knobbs & Jerry Sags) 1 March 24, 1991 Los Angeles, CA Won the title at WrestleMania VII.[18]
The Legion of Doom
(Animal & Hawk) 1 August 26, 1991 New York, NY Won the title at SummerSlam.[18]
Money Incorporated
(Ted DiBiase & I.R.S. (3)) 1 February 7, 1992 Denver, CO [19]
The Natural Disasters
(Earthquake & Typhoon) 1 July 20, 1992 Worcester, MA [20]
Money, Incorporated
(Ted DiBiase (2) & I.R.S. (4)) 2 October 13, 1992 Regina, SK [21]
The Steiner Brothers
(Rick & Scott) 1 June 14, 1993 Columbus, OH Won the title on Raw.[22]
Money, Incorporated
(Ted DiBiase (3) & I.R.S. (5)) 3 June 16, 1993 Rockford, IL [23]
The Steiner Brothers 2 June 19, 1993 St. Louis, MO [24]
The Quebecers
(Pierre & Jacques) 1 September 13, 1993 New York, NY Won the title on Raw.[25]
The 1-2-3 Kid & Marty Jannetty 1 January 10, 1994 Richmond, VA Won the title on Raw.[26]
The Quebecers 2 January 17, 1994 New York, NY Won the title on Raw.[27]
Men on a Mission
(Mabel & Mo) 1 March 29, 1994 London, England Won the title at a house show.[28]
The Quebecers 3 March 31, 1994 Sheffield, England Won the title at a house show.[29]
The Headshrinkers
(Fatu & Samu) 1 April 26, 1994 Burlington, VT Won the title on Raw.[30]
Diesel & Shawn Michaels 1 August 28, 1994 Indianapolis, IN Won the title at a house show.[31]
Vacated November 23, 1994 Vacated when Diesel and Michaels could not function as a tag team.[32]
The 1-2-3 Kid (2) & Bob Holly 1 January 22, 1995 Tampa, FL Defeated Bam Bam Bigelow & Tatanka in a tournament final at Royal Rumble.[32]
The Smoking Gunns
(Billy and Bart) 1 January 23, 1995 Palmetto, FL Won the title on Raw.[33]
Owen Hart & Yokozuna 1 April 2, 1995 Hartford, CT Won the title at WrestleMania XI.[34]
Diesel & Shawn Michaels 2 September 24, 1995 Saginaw, MI This match was also for Diesel's WWF Championship and Michaels' Intercontinental Championship. However, due to Hart showing up late for the match, the British Bulldog substituted as his partner. During the match, Owen ran down to the ring, only to be pinned, despite not officially being in the match.[35]
Owen Hart & Yokozuna 2 September 25, 1995 Grand Rapids, MI Hart and Yokozuna were awarded the title on Raw when their lawyer Clarence Mason threatened legal action against the WWF.[36]
The Smoking Gunns 2 September 25, 1995 Grand Rapids, MI Won the title on Raw.[37]
Vacated February 15, 1996 Vacated when Billy Gunn suffers a neck injury.[38]
The Bodydonnas
(Skip & Zip) 1 March 31, 1996 Anaheim, CA Defeated The Godwinns in a tournament final.[38]
The Godwinns
(Henry & Phineas) 1 May 19, 1996 New York, NY Won the title at a house show.[39]
The Smoking Gunns 3 May 26, 1996 Florence, SC Won the title at In Your House: Beware of Dog[40]
The British Bulldog (2) & Owen Hart (3) 1 September 22, 1996 Philadelphia, PA Won the title at In Your House: Mind Games.[41]
Steve Austin & Shawn Michaels (3) 1 May 25, 1997 Evansville, IN Won the title on Raw.[42]
Vacated July 14, 1997 Vacated when Shawn Michaels is injured.[43]
Steve Austin (2) & Dude Love 1 July 14, 1997 San Antonio, TX Won the title on Raw. Defeated The British Bulldog & Owen Hart, who had won a tournament to face Austin and a partner of his choosing.[43]
Vacated September 7, 1997 Vacated when Austin suffers a neck injury.[44]
The Headbangers
(Mosh & Thrasher) 1 September 7, 1997 Louisville, KY This was a four-way elimination match at In Your House: Ground Zero, also involving the Godwinns, the Legion of Doom, and the British Bulldog & Owen Hart.[44]
The Godwinns 2 October 5, 1997 St. Louis, MO Won the title at In Your House: Badd Blood.[45]
The Legion of Doom 2 October 7, 1997 Topeka, KS Won the title on Raw.[46]
The New Age Outlaws
(Billy Gunn (4) & Road Dogg) 1 November 24, 1997 Fayetteville, NC Won the title on Raw.[47]
Cactus Jack (2) & Chainsaw Charlie 1 March 29, 1998 Boston, MA This was a dumpster match at WrestleMania XIV.[48]
Vacated March 30, 1998 Held up as the New Age Outlaws were not put in the designated dumpster at ringside.[49]
The New Age Outlaws
(Billy Gunn (5) & Road Dogg) 2 March 30, 1998 Albany, NY Defeated Cactus Jack & Chainsaw Charlie in a steel cage match on Raw.[49]
Kane & Mankind (3) 1 July 13, 1998 East Rutherford, NJ Won the title on Raw.[50]
Steve Austin (3) & The Undertaker 1 July 26, 1998 Fresno, CA Won the title at In Your House: Fully Loaded.[51]
Kane & Mankind (4) 2 August 10, 1998 Omaha, NE This was a four-way match on Raw, also involving the New Age Outlaws and Owen Hart & The Rock.[52]
The New Age Outlaws
(Billy Gunn (6) & Road Dogg) 3 August 30, 1998 New York, NY This was a falls count anywhere match at SummerSlam.[53]
The Big Boss Man & Ken Shamrock 1 December 14, 1998 Tacoma, WA Won the title on Raw.[54]
Jeff Jarrett & Owen Hart (4) 1 January 25, 1999 Phoenix, AZ Won the title on Raw.[55]
Kane (3) & X-Pac (3) 1 March 30, 1999 Uniondale, NY Won the title on Raw.[56]
The Acolytes
(Bradshaw & Faarooq) 1 May 31, 1999 Moline, IL Won the title on Raw.[57]
The Hardy Boyz
(Matt and Jeff) 1 June 29, 1999 Fayetteville, NC Aired July 5 on Raw.[58]
The Acolytes 2 July 25, 1999 Buffalo, NY This was a handicap match at Fully Loaded, in which Michael Hayes teamed with the Hardy Boyz.[59]
Kane (4) & X-Pac (4) 2 August 9, 1999 Rosemont, IL Won the title on Raw.[60]
The Big Show & The Undertaker (2) 1 August 22, 1999 Minneapolis, MN Won the title at SummerSlam.[61]
The Rock 'n' Sock Connection
(Mankind (5) & The Rock) 1 August 30, 1999 Boston, MA Won the title on Raw.[62]
The Big Show & The Undertaker (3) 2 September 7, 1999 Albany, NY This was a buried alive match, aired September 9 on SmackDown!.[63]
The Rock 'n' Sock Connection
(Mankind (6) & The Rock) 2 September 20, 1999 Houston, TX Won the title on Raw. This match was contested under "Dark Side Rules," meaning all members of the Ministry of Darkness were legal in the match.[64]
The New Age Outlaws
(Billy Gunn (7) & Road Dogg) 4 September 21, 1999 Dallas, TX Aired September 23 on SmackDown!.[65]
The Rock 'n' Sock Connection
(Mankind (7) & The Rock) 3 October 12, 1999 Birmingham, AL Aired October 14 on SmackDown!.[62]
Crash Holly & Hardcore Holly (2) 1 October 18, 1999 Columbus, OH Won the title on Raw.[66]
Mankind (Cool & Al Snow 1 November 2, 1999 Philadelphia, PA Aired November 4 on SmackDown!.[67]
The New Age Outlaws
(Billy Gunn (Cool & Road Dogg) 5 November 8, 1999 State College, PA Won the title on Raw.[68]
The Dudley Boyz
(Bubba Ray & D-Von) 1 February 27, 2000 Hartford, CT Won the title at No Way Out.[69]
Edge and Christian 1 April 2, 2000 Anaheim, CA This was a Triangle ladder match at WrestleMania 2000, also involving the Hardy Boyz.[70]
Too Cool
(Grand Master Sexay & Scotty 2 Hotty) 1 May 29, 2000 Vancouver, BC Won the title on Raw.[71]
Edge and Christian 2 June 25, 2000 Boston, MA This was a four-way elimination match at King of the Ring, also involving the Hardy Boyz and T & A.[72]
The Hardy Boyz 2 September 24, 2000 Philadelphia, PA This was a steel cage match at Unforgiven.[73]
Edge and Christian 3 October 22, 2000 Albany, NY Won the title at No Mercy. Christian & Edge wrestled this match as Los Conquistadores, due to the fact that they were banned from challenging the Hardy Boyz for the title.[74]
The Hardy Boyz 3 October 23, 2000 Hartford, CT Won the title on Raw. The Hardy Boyz wrestled as Los Conquistadores.[75]
Right to Censor
(Bull Buchanan & The Goodfather) 1 November 6, 2000 Houston, TX Won the title on Raw.[76]
Edge and Christian 4 December 10, 2000 Birmingham, AL This was a four-way match at Armageddon, also involving the Dudley Boyz and Road Dogg & K-Kwik.[77]
The Rock (4) & The Undertaker (4) 1 December 18, 2000 Greenville, SC Won the title on Raw.[78]
Edge and Christian 5 December 19, 2000 Charlotte, NC Aired December 21 on SmackDown!. Kurt Angle was the special guest referee.[79]
The Dudley Boyz 2 January 21, 2001 New Orleans, LA Won the title at Royal Rumble.[80]
The Hardy Boyz 4 March 5, 2001 Washington, D.C. Won the title on Raw.[81]
Edge and Christian 6 March 19, 2001 Albany, NY Won the title on Raw. This title shot was originally reserved for The Dudley Boyz, but Christian & Edge claimed that they had not arrived at the arena, and so took the shot themselves.[82]
The Dudley Boyz 3 March 19, 2001 Albany, NY After Christian & Edge won the title, the Dudley Boyz demanded their title shot, which they received.[83]
Edge and Christian 7 April 1, 2001 Houston, TX This was a Tables, Ladders, and Chairs match at WrestleMania X-Seven, also involving the Hardy Boyz.[84]
The Undertaker (5) & Kane (5) 1 April 17, 2001 Nashville, TN Aired April 19 on SmackDown!.[85]
Steve Austin (4) & Triple H 1 April 29, 2001 Chicago, IL Won the title at Backlash. This match was also for Austin's WWF Championship and Triple H's Intercontinental Championship[86]
Chris Benoit & Chris Jericho 1 May 21, 2001 San Jose, CA Won the title on Raw.[87]
The Dudley Boyz 4 June 19, 2001 Orlando, FL Aired June 21 on SmackDown!.[88]
The APA
(formerly "The Acolytes") 3 July 9, 2001 Atlanta, GA Won the title on Raw.[89]
Diamond Dallas Page & Chris Kanyon 1 August 7, 2001 Los Angeles, CA Aired August 9 on SmackDown!.[90]
The Undertaker (6) & Kane (6) 2 August 19, 2001 San Jose, CA This was a steel cage match at SummerSlam, also for Kane & Undertaker's WCW World Tag Team Championship.[91]
The Dudley Boyz 5 September 17, 2001 Nashville, TN Won the title on Raw.[92]
Chris Jericho (2) & The Rock (5) 1 October 22, 2001 Kansas City, MO Won the title on Raw.[93]
Booker T & Test 1 October 30, 2001 Cincinnati, OH Aired November 1 on SmackDown!.[94]
The Hardy Boyz 5 November 12, 2001 Boston, MA Won the title on Raw.[95]
The Dudley Boyz 6 November 18, 2001 Greensboro, NC This was a steel cage match at Survivor Series to unify the WWF and WCW Tag Team Championships.[96]
Spike Dudley & Tazz 1 January 7, 2002 New York, NY This was a hardcore match on Raw.[97]
Billy (9) & Chuck 1 February 19, 2002 Rockford, IL Aired February 21 on SmackDown!.[98]
Rico & Rikishi (2) 1 May 19, 2002 Nashville, TN Won the title at Judgment Day.[99]
Billy (10) & Chuck 2 June 4, 2002 Oklahoma City, OK This was an elimination match, aired June 6 on SmackDown!.[100]

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Edge (Cool & Hulk Hogan 1 July 2, 2002 Boston, MA Aired July 4 on SmackDown!.[101]
The Un-Americans
(Christian (Cool & Lance Storm) 1 July 21, 2002 Detroit, MI Won the title at Vengeance.[102]
The Hurricane & Kane (7) 1 September 23, 2002 Anaheim, CA Won the title on Raw.[103]
Christian (9) & Chris Jericho (3) 1 October 14, 2002 Montreal, QC Won the title on Raw.[104]
Booker T (2) & Goldust 1 December 15, 2002 Fort Lauderdale, FL This was a four-way elimination match at Armageddon, also involving the Dudley Boyz and William Regal & Lance Storm.[105]
William Regal & Lance Storm (2) 1 January 6, 2003 Phoenix, AZ Won the title on Raw.[106]
The Dudley Boyz 7 January 19, 2003 Boston, MA Won the title at Royal Rumble.[107]
William Regal & Lance Storm (3) 2 January 20, 2003 Providence, RI Won the title on Raw.[108]
Vacated March 24, 2003 Sacramento, CA Vacated due to Regal getting injured.[109]
Chief Morley & Lance Storm (4) 1 March 24, 2003 Sacramento, CA Morley awarded himself and Storm the title on Raw.[109]
Kane (Cool & Rob Van Dam 1 March 31, 2003 Seattle, WA This was a three-way elimination match on Raw, also involving the Dudley Boyz.[110]
La Résistance
(René Duprée & Sylvain Grenier) 1 June 15, 2003 Houston, TX Won the title at Bad Blood.[111]
The Dudley Boyz 8 September 21, 2003 Hershey, PA This was a handicap tables match at Unforgiven, in which Rob Conway teamed with La Résistance.[112]
Evolution
(Batista & Ric Flair) 1 December 14, 2003 Orlando, FL This was a tag team turmoil match at Armageddon, involving five other teams.[113]
Booker T (3) & Rob Van Dam (2) 1 February 16, 2004 Bakersfield, CA Won the title on Raw.[114]
Evolution 2 March 22, 2004 Detroit, MI Won the title on Raw.[115]
Chris Benoit (2) & Edge (9) 1 April 19, 2004 Calgary, AB Won the title on Raw.[116]
La Résistance
(Robért Conway & Sylvain Grenier (2)) 1 May 31, 2004 Montreal, QC Won the title on Raw.[117]
Eugene & William Regal (2) † October 11, 2004 Blackpool, England
Won the title on Raw. WWE Raw General Manager Eric Biscoff started a new match after Regal & Eugene won the titles. WWE doesn't recognize this title change.
La Résistance
(Robért Conway & Sylvain Grenier (2)) † October 11, 2004 Blackpool, England Won the title on Raw. La Résistance title reign is from May 5 to October 19 2004.
Chris Benoit (3) & Edge (10) 2 October 19, 2004 Milwaukee, WI Won the title at Taboo Tuesday. Benoit & Edge were voted into this match as a result of neither winning the World Heavyweight Championship voting.[118]
La Résistance
(Robért Conway (2) & Sylvain Grenier (3)) 2 November 1, 2004 Peoria, IL Won the title on Raw.[119]
Eugene & William Regal (3) 1 November 15, 2004 Indianapolis, IN This was a three-way elimination match on Raw, also involving Rhyno & Tajiri.[120]
La Résistance
(Robért Conway & Sylvain Grenier (4)) 3 January 16, 2005 Winnipeg, MB Won the title at a house show. Jonathan Coachman replaced Eugene in this match due to injury.[121]
William Regal (4) & Tajiri 1 February 7, 2005 Tokyo, Japan Won the title on Raw.[122]
The Hurricane (2) & Rosey 1 May 1, 2005 Manchester, NH This was a tag team turmoil match at Backlash, involving three other teams.[123]
Lance Cade and Trevor Murdoch 1 September 18, 2005 Oklahoma City, OK Won the title at Unforgiven.[124]
The Big Show (3) & Kane (9) 1 November 1, 2005 San Diego, CA Won the title at Taboo Tuesday. Big Show & Kane were voted into this match as a result of neither winning the WWE Championship voting.[125]
The Spirit Squad
(Johnny, Kenny, Mikey, Mitch & Nicky) 1 April 3, 2006 Chicago, IL Won the title on Raw. Kenny & Mikey won the match, but all five members were recognized as champions.[126]
Ric Flair (3) & Roddy Piper 1 November 5, 2006 Cincinnati, OH Won the title at Cyber Sunday. Piper was voted into this match.[127]
Rated-RKO
(Edge (11) & Randy Orton) 1 November 13, 2006 Manchester, England Won the title on Raw.[128]
John Cena & Shawn Michaels (4) 1 January 29, 2007 Dallas, TX Won the title on Raw.[129]
The Hardys
(formerly "Hardy Boyz") 6 April 2, 2007 Dayton, OH This was a ten team battle royal on Raw.[130]
Lance Cade & Trevor Murdoch 2 June 4, 2007 Tampa, FL Won the title on Raw.[131]
Paul London and Brian Kendrick 1 September 5, 2007 Cape Town, South Africa Won the title at a house show.[132]
Lance Cade & Trevor Murdoch 3 September 8, 2007 Johannesburg, South Africa Won the title at a house show.[133]
Hardcore Holly (3) & Cody Rhodes 1 December 10, 2007 Bridgeport, CT Won on Raw 15th Anniversary Spectacular.[134]
Ted DiBiase & Cody Rhodes (2) 1 June 29, 2008 Dallas, TX Won at Night of Champions when Rhodes was revealed to be DiBiase's mystery partner and turned on Hardcore Holly, resulting in a handicap match.[135]

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