World Championship Wrestling
World Tag Team Championship

formerly National Wrestling Alliance

Date Champions Defeated
October 23, 2001 The Dudley Boyz (Buh-Buh Ray and D-Von) The Hardy Boyz (Jeff and Matt Hardy)
Unified and retired with the WWF World Tag Team Championship on November 18, 2001.
October 8, 2001 The Hardy Boyz (Jeff and Matt Hardy) Booker T. and Test
September 25, 2001 Booker T. and Test Kane and The Undertaker
August 7, 2001 Kane and The Undertaker Chuck Palumbo and Shawn O'Haire
First title change in the WWF.
January 14, 2001 Chuck Palumbo and Shawn O'Haire Kevin Nash and Diamond Dallas Page
December 17, 2000 Kevin Nash and Diamond Dallas Page (2) Shawn Stasiak and Chuck Palumbo
December 4, 2000 Shawn Stasiak and Chuck Palumbo (3) Kevin Nash and Diamond Dallas Page
The titles were given back to Shawn Stasiak and Chuck Palumbo after a controversial finish by "Commissioner" Mike Sanders.
November 26, 2000 Kevin Nash and Diamond Dallas Page Shawn Stasiak and Chuck Palumbo
November 20, 2000 Shawn Stasiak and Chuck Palumbo (2) Alex Wright and Elix Skipper
Elix Skipper substitution for General Rection.
November 16, 2000 Alex Wright and General Rection Shawn O'Haire and Mark Jindrak
October 9, 2000 Shawn O'Haire and Mark Jindrak (2) Lt. Loco and Corporal Cajun
October 9, 2000 Lt. Loco and Corporal Cajun Shawn O'Haire and Mark Jindrak
September 25, 2000 Shawn O'Haire and Mark Jindrak Rey Misterio Jr.
Titles were vacated on September 18, 2000 when Disco Inferno was pinned by the Cat in a stipulation match. Mark Jindrak and Shawn O'Haire won the tag team titles in a battle royal by eliminating Rey Misterio Jr..
August 14, 2000 Rey Misterio Jr. and Juventud Guerrera Vampiro and The Great Muta
August 13, 2000 Vampiro and The Great Muta Kronik (Bryan Clarke and Brian Adams)
July 9, 2000 Kronik (Bryan Clarke and Brian Adams) (2) Shawn Stasiak and Chuck Palumbo
May 30, 2000 Shawn Stasiak and Chuck Palumbo Kronik (Bryan Clarke and Brian Adams)
Disqualification rule changed to allow the titles to change on a disqualification.
May 15, 2000 Kronik (Bryan Clarke and Brian Adams) Shane Douglas and The Wall
The Wall replaced Buff Bagwell who was suspended for 30 Days).
April 16, 2000 Buff Bagwell and Shane Douglas Lex Luger and Ric Flair
Vince Russo vacated the title on April 10, 2000 in Denver, Colorado. Winners of the tournament final.
March 19, 2000 Ron and Don Harris (3) The Mamalukes (Vito LoGrasso and Johnny The Bull)
February 13, 2000 The Mamalukes (Vito LoGrasso and Johnny The Bull) (2) Ron and Don Harris
February 12, 2000 Ron and Don Harris (2) The Mamalukes (Vito LoGrasso and Johnny The Bull)
January 18, 2000 The Mamalukes (Vito LoGrasso and Johnny The Bull) Crowbar and David Flair
January 3, 2000 Crowbar and David Flair Kevin Nash and Scott Steiner
"Lethal Lottery" tournament final to win the titles.
December 13, 1999 The Outsiders (Kevin Nash and Scott Hall) (4) Bill Goldberg and Bret Hart
December 7, 1999 Bill Goldberg and Bret Hart Creative Control (Patrick and Gerald aka Ron and Don Harris)
November 22, 1999 Creative Control (Patrick and Gerald aka Ron and Don Harris) Konnan and Billy Kidman
October 25, 1999 Konnan and Billy Kidman Harlem Heat (Booker T and Stevie Ray)
October 24, 1999 Harlem Heat (Booker T and Stevie Ray) (10) Konnan and Billy Kidman, Brian Knobs and Hugh Morrus
Defeated in a triangle match to win the titles.
October 18, 1999 Konnan and Rey Misterio Jr. Harlem Heat (Booker T and Stevie Ray)
Stripped of the tag team titles in October of 1999 when Misterio was injured.
September 12, 1999 Harlem Heat (Booker T and Stevie Ray) (9) Barry Windham and Kendall Windham
August 23, 1999 Barry Windham and Kendall Windham Harlem Heat (Booker T and Stevie Ray)
August 14, 1999 Harlem Heat (Booker T and Stevie Ray) (8) Diamond Dallas Page, Bam Bam Bigelow, and Chris Kanyon
June 13, 1999 Diamond Dallas Page, Bam Bam Bigelow, and Chris Kanyon Chris Benoit and Perry Saturn
Diamond Dallas Page and Chris Kanyon won the tag team titles.
June 10, 1999 Chris Benoit and Perry Saturn Diamond Dallas Page and Chris Kanyon
May 31, 1999 Diamond Dallas Page and Bam Bam Bigelow Perry Saturn and Chris Kanyon
Diamond Dallas Page and Bam Bam Bigelow defeated Perry Saturn and Chris Kanyon, who was subsituting for an injured Raven. They lost the titles to Chris Benoit and Perry Saturn, who was subsituting for Ric Flair who left the ring during the match. Ric Flair declared the titles did not change because of the illegal subsitution, then gave the legal right to Diamond Dallas Page, Chris Kanyon, and Bam Bam Bigelow to use any combination to defend the titles.
May 9, 1999 Raven and Perry Saturn Rey Misterio Jr. and Billy Kidman, Chris Benoit and Dean Malenko
Three-way match to win the titles.
March 29, 1999 Rey Misterio Jr. and Billy Kidman Chris Benoit and Dean Malenko
March 14, 1999 Chris Benoit and Dean Malenko Barry Windham and Curt Hennig
February 21, 1999 Barry Windham and Curt Hennig Chris Benoit and Dean Malenko
Tournament final to win the tag team titles.
October 26, 1998 Rick Steiner and Kenny Kaos Scott Hall and The Giant
Rick Steiner and Marcus Bagwell defeated The Giant and Scott Steiner, who was subsituting for Scott Hall, the previous night in Las Vegas, Nevada, but Bagwell turned on Rick Steiner. Rick Steiner chose Kenny Kaos as his new partner on October 26, 1998 in Phoenix, Arizona. The titles were vacated in Janaury of 1999 when Rick Steiner was injured.
July 20, 1998 Scott Hall and The Giant Sting and Kevin Nash
June 15, 1998 Sting and Kevin Nash The Giant
Sting chose Kevin Nash to be his partner after defeating the Giant in a singles match on the previous day in Baltimore, Maryland.
May 17, 1998 Sting and The Giant The Outsiders (Kevin Nash and Scott Hall)
The titles were vacated on June 4, 1998 after Sting and The Giant broke up. The Giant put the titles on the line with Brian Adams against Diamond Dallas Page and Lex Luger on June 4, 1998. Luger and Page won the match, but WCW Chairman, James J. Dillon, said that the Giant and Sting should face each other and the winner of that match wins both belts and gets to choose a new tag team partner.
February 22, 1998 The Outsiders (Kevin Nash and Scott Hall) (3) Steiner Brothers (Rick and Scott Steiner)
February 9, 1998 Steiner Brothers (Rick and Scott Steiner) (5) The Outsiders (Scott Hall) and Syxx
Syxx was subsituting for Kevin Nash.
January 12, 1998 The Outsiders (Kevin Nash and Scott Hall) (2) Steiner Brothers (Rick and Scott Steiner)
October 13, 1997 Steiner Brothers (Rick and Scott Steiner) (4) The Outsiders (Kevin Nash and Scott Hall)
October 27, 1996 The Outsiders (Kevin Nash and Scott Hall) Harlem Heat (Booker T and Stevie Ray)
Steiners defeated The Outsiders on January 26, 1997 in Cedar Rapids, Iowa but were forced to return the tag team titles back to the Outsiders on the next night by WCW Vice President, Eric Bischoff. The Giant and Lex Luger defeated The Outsiders on February 23, 1997 in San Francisco, California, but had to give the titles back the next night.
October 1, 1996 Harlem Heat (Booker T and Stevie Ray) (7) Public Enemy (Rocco Rock and Johnny Grunge)
September 23, 1996 Public Enemy (Rocco Rock and Johnny Grunge) Harlem Heat (Booker T and Stevie Ray)
July 27, 1996 Harlem Heat (Booker T and Stevie Ray) (6) Steiner Brothers (Rick and Scott Steiner)
July 24, 1996 Steiner Brothers (Rick and Scott Steiner) (3) Harlem Heat (Booker T and Stevie Ray)
June 24, 1996 Harlem Heat (Booker T and Stevie Ray) (5) Sting and Lex Luger, Steiner Brothers (Rick and Scott Steiner)
Triangle Match.
January 22, 1996 Sting and Lex Luger Harlem Heat (Booker T and Stevie Ray)
September 27, 1995 Harlem Heat (Booker T and Stevie Ray) (4) American Males (Marcus Bagwell and Scotty Riggs)
September 18, 1995 American Males (Marcus Bagwell and Scotty Riggs) Harlem Heat (Booker T and Stevie Ray)
September 17, 1995 Harlem Heat (Booker T and Stevie Ray) (3) Bunkhouse Buck and Dick Slater
July 22, 1995 Bunkhouse Buck and Dick Slater Harlem Heat (Booker T and Stevie Ray)
June 24, 1995 Harlem Heat (Booker T and Stevie Ray) (2) Nasty Boys (Brian Knobs and Jerry Sags)
May 21, 1995 Nasty Boys (Brian Knobs and Jerry Sags) (3) Harlem Heat (Booker T and Stevie Ray)
December 8, 1994 Harlem Heat (Booker T and Stevie Ray) Stars and Stripes (Marcus Bagwell and The Patriot)
November 16, 1994 Stars and Stripes (Marcus Bagwell and The Patriot) (2) Pretty Wonderful (Paul Orndorff and Paul Roma)
October 23, 1994 Pretty Wonderful (Paul Orndorff and Paul Roma) (2) Stars and Stripes (Marcus Bagwell and The Patriot)
September 25, 1994 Stars and Stripes (Marcus Bagwell and The Patriot) Pretty Wonderful (Paul Orndorff and Paul Roma)
July 17, 1994 Pretty Wonderful (Paul Orndorff and Paul Roma) Cactus Jack and Kevin Sullivan
May 22, 1994 Cactus Jack and Kevin Sullivan Nasty Boys (Brian Knobs and Jerry Sags)
October 24, 1993 Nasty Boys (Brian Knobs and Jerry Sags) (2) Marcus Alexander Bagwell and Too Cold Scorpio
October 4, 1993 Marcus Alexander Bagwell and Too Cold Scorpio Nasty Boys (Brian Knobs and Jerry Sags)
September 19, 1993 Nasty Boys (Brian Knobs and Jerry Sags) Arn Anderson and Paul Roma
August 18, 1993 Arn Anderson and Paul Roma Hollywood Blondes (Steve Austin) and Lord Steven Regal
Lord Steven Regal was subsituting for an injured Brian Pillman. The title recognition was dropped by the NWA in September of 1993 when WCW withdrew from the NWA. The title continues to be recognized by WCW. The NWA fought a court battle with WCW and held a tournament for the NWA World Tag Team titles in 1995.
March 2, 1993 Hollywood Blondes (Brian Pillman and Steve Austin) Ricky Steamboat and Shane Douglas
November 18, 1992 Ricky Steamboat and Shane Douglas Barry Windham and Dustin Rhodes
September 21, 1992 Barry Windham and Dustin Rhodes Terry Gordy and Steve Williams
July 5, 1992 Terry Gordy and Steve Williams Steiner Brothers (Rick and Scott Steiner)
Terry Gordy and Steve Williams defeated Barry Windham and Dustin Rhodes in a tournament final on July 12, 1992 in Albany, Georgia to win the NWA World Tag Team titles and unified with the WCW World Tag Team titles.
May 3, 1992 Steiner Brothers (Rick and Scott Steiner) (2) Arn Anderson and Bobby Eaton
January 16, 1992 Arn Anderson and Bobby Eaton Ricky Steamboat and Dustin Rhodes
November 19, 1991 Ricky Steamboat and Dustin Rhodes The Enforcers (Arn Anderson and Larry Zbyszko)
September 5, 1991 The Enforcers (Arn Anderson and Larry Zbyszko) Rick Steiner and Bill Kazmier
The Enforcers defeated Steiner and Kazmier in a 8-team tournament final to win the titles.
February 18, 1991/March 9, 1991 Steiner Brothers (Rick and Scott Steiner) The Fabulous Freebirds (Michael Hayes and Jimmy Garvin)
The tag team title change was aired on March 9, 1991. The titles were vacated on July 18, 1991 when Scott Steiner was injured.
February 24, 1991 The Fabulous Freebirds (Michael Hayes and Jimmy Garvin) Doom (Butch Reed and Ron Simmons)
The Fabulous Freebirds already lost the titles to the Steiners at a television taping before winning the titles from Doom.
May 19, 1990/January 1991 Doom (Butch Reed and Ron Simmons) Steiner Brothers (Rick and Scott Steiner)
Doom defeated the Steiners to win the NWA World Tag Team titles on May 19, 1990 in Washington, D.C. The title was renamed as the WCW World Tag Team titles in January of 1991. The NWA World Tag Team titles was considered vacant until July of 1992.