CWA Tag Team Championship

The CWA Tag Team Championship was a major professional wrestling tag team title defended in the Continental Wrestling Association. It lasted from 1988 through 1990, when it was abandoned and replaced with the United States Wrestling Association Tag Team Championship.[1]

CWA Tag Team Championship
Details
PromotionContinental Wrestling Association
Date establishedFebruary 1, 1988
Date retired1990

Title historyEdit

Key
No. Overall reign number
Reign Reign number for the specific champion
Days Number of days held
No. Champion Championship change Reign statistics Notes Ref.
Date Event Location Reign Days
1 Max Pain and Gary Young February 1, 1988 House show Memphis, Tennessee 1 28 Defeated Manny Fernandez and Jeff Jarrett in a tournament final to become the first champions [1]
2 The Bruise Brothers
(Don and Ron)
February 29, 1988 House show Memphis, Tennessee 1 7 [1]
3 Max Pain and Gary Young March 7, 1988 House show Memphis, Tennessee 2 21 [1]
4 The Bruise Brothers
(Don and Ron)
March 28, 1988 House show Memphis, Tennessee 2 42 [1]
5 The Cuban Choir Boys
(Ángel Acevedo and Frank Seebransingh)
May 9, 1988 House show Memphis, Tennessee 1 21 [1]
6 Scott Steiner and Billy Travis May 30, 1988 House show Memphis, Tennessee 1 7 [1]
7 Don Bass and Gary Young (2) June 6, 1988 House show Memphis, Tennessee 1 21 [1]
8 Scott Steiner and Billy Travis June 27, 1988 House show Memphis, Tennessee 2 49 [1]
9 The Rock 'n' Roll RPMs
(Mike Davis and Tommy Lane)
August 15, 1988 House show Memphis, Tennessee 1 66 [1]
Vacated October 20, 1988 House show Lewisburg, Tennessee Championship held up after a match against Bill Dundee and Todd Morton [1]
10 Cactus Jack and Gary Young (4) October 24, 1988 House show Memphis, Tennessee 1 14 Defeated Bill Dundee and Todd Morton in a tournament final to win the vacant championship. [1]
11 Robert Fuller and Jimmy Golden November 7, 1988 House show Memphis, Tennessee 1 103 [1]
12 Jed Grundy and Scott Steiner (3) February 18, 1989 House show Memphis, Tennessee 1 7 [1]
13 Robert Fuller and Jimmy Golden February 25, 1989 House show Memphis, Tennessee 2 [1]
Vacated March 1989 Championship vacated when Golden left the promotion. [1]
14 John Paul and Tracy Smothers March 13, 1989 House show Memphis, Tennessee 1 52 Defeated Robert Fuller and Action Jackson in a tournament final to win the vacant championship [1]
15 Robert Fuller (3) and Brian Lee May 4, 1989 House show Morristown, Tennessee 1 32 [1]
16 Action Jackson and Billy Travis (3) June 5, 1989 House show Memphis, Tennessee 1 28 [1]
Vacated July 3, 1989 House show Memphis, Tennessee Championship held up after Jackson and Travis and Wildside fight to a no contest [1][2]
17 Wildside
(Chris Champion and Mark Starr)
July 10, 1989 House show Memphis, Tennessee 1 63 Defeated Jackson and Travis in a rematch to win the held up title [1]
18 The Rock 'n' Roll Express
(Robert Gibson and Ricky Morton)
September 11, 1989 House show Memphis, Tennessee 1 [1]
Vacated November 1989 Title vacated when Gibson left the promotion. [1]
18 The Grappler (Kevin Dillinger) and Brian Lee December 4, 1989 House show Memphis, Tennessee 1 Defeated the teams of The New York Brawler and Mike Davis, Ricky and Todd Morton and King Cobra and Frankie Lancaster in a four-team elimination match to win the vacant championship [1]
1990 Title abandoned and replaced with the USWA Tag Team Championship [1]

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w x y "Championship Wrestling Association Tag Team Title". Wrestling Titles. Retrieved 2008-02-15.
  2. ^ "Mid-South Coliseum 1989 (Jarrett)". Pro Wrestling History. Retrieved 2008-02-15.

See alsoEdit