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The BCW Can-Am Tag Team Championship is the tag team title contested for in the Ontario-based professional wrestling promotion Border City Wrestling.

BCW Can-Am Tag-Team Championship
Details
PromotionBorder City Wrestling
Date establishedMay 29, 1993
Current champion(s)Aiden Prince and Brent Banks
Date wonOctober 6, 2018

Contents

Title historyEdit

As of July 23, 2019.

# Order in reign history
Reign The reign number for the specific set of wrestlers listed
Used for vacated reigns so as not to count it as an official reign
+ Indicates the current reign is changing daily
No. Champion Reign Date Days held Location Notes Ref
1 Canadian Lightning
(Otis Apollo & Bobby Clancy)
1 May 29, 1993 350 LaSalle, Ontario Defeated Canadian Destroyer and Chris Pillon to become the first champions.
2 The New Fabulous Kangaroos
(Denny Kass & Al Snow)
1 May 14, 1994 7 LaSalle, Ontario
3 Bobby Clancy (2) & Scott D'Amore 1 May 21, 1994 Macomb, Michigan The exact length of Clancy and D'Amore's reign is unknown due to Apollo and Clancy becoming partners again. It could have lasted between 1 and 10 days.
4 Canadian Lightning
(Otis Apollo (2) & Bobby Clancy (3))
2 May 1994 Otis Apollo replaces D'Amore as Clancy's partner. The exact length of Canadian Lightning's second reign is unknown due to Apollo and Clancy becoming partners again. It could have lasted between 4 and 13 days.
5 Hot Paradise
(Johnny Paradise & Scott Summers)
1 June 4, 1994 230 Jackson Center, Ohio
Vacated January 20, 1995 Oldcastle, Ontario
6 The New Breed
(Ric Austin & Mike Legacy)
1 January 20, 1995 574 Oldcastle, Ontario Defeated Purple Haze (Chris Pilon & Tommy Wonder) to win the vacant titles.
7 Los Rudos
(Calavera Cortez & Rico Rodriguez)
1 June 23, 1995 154 LaSalle, Ontario
8 Maximum Intensity
(Bobby Clancy (4) & Mike Legacy)
1 August 16, 1996 239 LaSalle, Ontario
9 Otis Apollo (3) & Denny Kass 1 April 12, 1997 1034 LaSalle, Ontario
10 Rocco DiVinci & Chris Valentino 1 February 10, 2000 156 Windsor, Ontario Defeated Canadian Lightning to win the titles as Clancy replaced Denny Kass.
Vacated July 15, 2000 Windsor, Ontario
11 Otis Apollo (4) & Barry Horowitz 1 July 15, 2000 1 Windsor, Ontario Defeated Bobby Clancy & Larry Destiny to win the vacant titles.
12 Bobby Clancy (5) & Larry Destiny 1 July 16, 2000 41 London, Ontario
13 Geza Kalman, Jr. & Dyson Pryce 1 August 26, 2000 193 Tecumseh, Ontario
14 Otis Apollo (5) & Johnny Swinger (2) 1 March 7, 2001 108 Oldcastle, Ontario
15 Chris Church & Mike Legacy (2) 1 June 23, 2001 21 Leamington, Ontario
16 Jack Damage & Tyson Dux 1 July 14 2001 88 Windsor, Ontario
17 Cyrus & Terry Taylor 1 October 10, 2001 365 Oldcastle, Ontario Scott D'Amore and Sabu defeated Taylor and Cyrus on March 12, 2002 in Oldcastle, Ontario to win the titles. However, since Sabu, who replaced Simon Diamond as D'Amore's partner last minute, was not officially in the match, the match was declared non-title, and the titles are returned to Taylor and Cyrus.
18 Tyson Dux (2) & El Tornado 1 October 10, 2002 98 Oldcastle, Ontario Defeated Cyrus, Taylor and Traci Brooks in a handicap match.
19 Gutter & Hacker 1 January 16, 2003 1 Toronto, Ontario Defeated Dux & El Tornado and Ruffy Silverstein & Trent Steele in a three-way match.
20 Tyson Dux (3) & El Tornado (2) 2 January 17, 2003 131 Ottawa, Ontario
21 Gutter & Hacker 2 May 27, 2003 384 Oldcastle, Ontario
22 N8 Mattson & Truth Martini 1 June 27, 2004 84 Windsor, Ontario Defeated Gutter and D-Ray 3000 (subbing for Hacker) to win the titles.
23 Team Canada
(Bobby Roode & Petey Williams)
1 September 19, 2004 161 Windsor, Ontario Defeated Mattson and Eddie Venom (subbing for Martini) to win the titles. [1]
24 Danny Daniels & N8 Mattson (2) 1 February 27, 2005 145 Windsor, Ontario
25 Phil Atlas & Jimmy Jacobs 1 July 22, 2005 Oldcastle, Ontario
Vacated 2006 [Note 1]
26 Phil Atlas (2) & Brent Banks 1 May 28, 2016 161 Windsor, Ontario Defeated The Fraternity (Channing Decker and Trent Gibson) in a tournament final at Spring Loaded 2016. [2]
27 Johnny Devine & Jon Bolen 1 November 5, 2016 140 Windsor, Ontario Defeated Phil Atlas & Brent B., The Fraternity (Channing Becker & Trent Gibson), and A1 & Bobby Sharpe in a four way elimination match at Excellence 2016 [3]
28 Brent Banks (2) & Phil Atlas (3) 2 March 25, 2017 343 Windsor, Ontario This match took place at BCW March Breakdown 2017 with Shane Douglas as Special Guest Referee. [4]
29 Phil Atlas (4) & Jake Something 1 March 3, 2018 220 Windsor, Ontario Defeated Tag-Team Champion Brent Banks and his new partner Aiden Prince at BCW March Breakdown 2018 [5]
30 Aiden Prince & Brent Banks (3) 1 October 6, 2018 290+ Windsor, Ontario Defeated Atlas and Something in a Ladder Match at the BCW 25th Anniversary Show [6]

Combined reignsEdit

As of July 23, 2019.

Indicates the current champion
¤
The exact length of at least one title reign is uncertain, so the shortest possible length is used.

By teamEdit

Rank Champion No. of
reigns
Combined days
1 Otis Apollo & Denny Kass 1 1034
2 The New Breed
(Ric Austin & Mike Legacy)
1 574
3 Tyson Dux & El Tornado 2 496
4 Brent Banks & Phil Atlas 2 483
5 Gutter & Hacker 2 385
6 Cyrus & Terry Taylor 1 365
7 Canadian Lightning
(Otis Apollo & Bobby Clancy)
2 354¤[Note 2]
8 Aiden Prince & Brent Banks† 1 290+
9 Maximum Intensity
(Bobby Clancy & Mike Legacy)
1 239
10 Hot Paradise
(Johnny Paradise & Scott Summers)
1 230
11 Phil Atlas & Jake Something 1 220
12 Geza Kalman, Jr. & Dyson Pryce 1 193
13 Phil Atlas & Jimmy Jacobs 1 163¤[Note 1]
14 Team Canada
(Bobby Roode & Petey Williams)
1 161
15 Rocco DiVinci & Chris Valentino 1 156
16 Los Rudos
(Calavera Cortez & Rico Rodriguez)
1 154
17 Danny Daniels & N8 Mattson 1 145
18 Johnny Devine & Jon Bolen 1 140
19 Otis Apollo & Johnny Swinger 1 108
20 Jack Damage & Tyson Dux 1 88
21 N8 Mattson & Truth Martini 1 84
22 Bobby Clancy & Larry Destiny 1 41
23 Chris Church & Mike Legacy 1 21
24 The New Fabulous Kangaroos
(Denny Kass & Al Snow)
1 7
25 Bobby Clancy & Scott D'Amore 1 [Note 3]
26 Otis Apollo & Barry Horowitz 1 1

By wrestlerEdit

Rank Champion No. of
reigns
Combined days
1 Otis Apollo 5 1497¤[Note 2]
2 Denny Kass 1 1034
3 Phil Atlas 4 866
4 Mike Legacy 2 813
5 Brent Banks† 3 770+
6 Bobby Clancy 5 635¤[Note 2]
7 Tyson Dux 3 584
8 Ric Austin 1 574
9 El Tornado 2 496
10 Hacker 1 385
Gutter
11 Cyrus 1 365
Terry Taylor
12 Johnny Swinger 2 338
13 Aiden Prince† 1 290+
14 Scott Summers 1 230
15 N8 Mattson 2 225
16 Jake Something 1 220
17 Geza Kalman, Jr. 1 193
Dyson Pryce 1
18 Jimmy Jacobs 1 163¤[Note 1]
19 Bobby Roode 1 161
Petey Williams 1
20 Rocco DiVinci 1 156
Chris Valentino 1
21 Calavera Cortez 1 154
Rico Rodriguez 1
22 Danny Daniels 1 145
23 Johnny Devine 1 140
Jon Bolen 1
24 Jack Damage 1 88
25 Truth Martini 1 84
26 Larry Destiny 1 41
27 Chris Church 1 21
28 Al Snow 1 7
29 Scott D'Amore 1 [Note 3]
30 Barry Horowitz 1 1

See alsoEdit

FootnotesEdit

  1. ^ a b c The exact length of Phil Atlas & Jimmy Jacob's reign is unknown as the titles became inactive sometime in 2006. It could have lasted between 163 and 527 days.
  2. ^ a b c The exact length of Canadian Lightning's second reign is unknown due to Apollo and Clancy becoming partners again. It could have lasted between 4 and 13 days.
  3. ^ a b The exact length of Clancy and D'Amore's reign is unknown due to Apollo and Clancy becoming partners again. It could have lasted between 1 and 10 days.

ReferencesEdit

General
  • "BCW Can-Am Tag Team Title". Solie's Title History. Archived from the original on 3 April 2009. Retrieved 2009-04-25.
Specific
  1. ^ "Independent Wrestling Results - September 2004". onlineworldofwrestling.com. Retrieved 2008-07-05.
  2. ^ "BCW Spring Loaded 2016". Cagematch - The Internet Wrestling Database. Retrieved September 15, 2017.
  3. ^ "BCW Excellence 2016". Cagematch - The Internet Wrestling Database. Retrieved September 15, 2017.
  4. ^ "BCW March Breakdown 2017". Cagematch - The Internet Wrestling Database. Retrieved April 10, 2019.
  5. ^ "BCW March Breakdown 2017". Cagematch - The Internet Wrestling Database. Retrieved April 10, 2019.
  6. ^ "BCW 25th Anniversary Show". Cagematch - The Internet Wrestling Database. Retrieved April 10, 2019.