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List of Impact World Tag Team Champions

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The Impact World Tag Team Championship is a professional wrestling championship contested for in Impact Wrestling's tag team division. After the formation of TNA in June 2002, the company executives signed a contractual agreement with the National Wrestling Alliance (NWA) that allowed them control of the NWA World Heavyweight and World Tag Team Championships.[1] TNA subsequently changed their name to NWA–TNA, making them an official member of the NWA in the process. In May 2007, the NWA ended their five-year partnership with TNA, and thus regained control of the NWA World Heavyweight and World Tag Team Championships.[1] As a result, TNA created the TNA World Heavyweight and World Tag Team Championships, which were unveiled on TNA's online podcast TNA Today on the May 15 and May 17, 2007 editions.[2][3] In the respective editions, the championships were awarded to the last NWA champions under TNA banner by Jeremy Borash and TNA's primary authority figure Jim Cornette. The championship was officially presented to the public and awarded to the first official champions, Team 3D (Brother Devon and Brother Ray), on May 17.[3] The championship was renamed to its current name in March 2017 when the promotion adopted its current name.

Title reigns are determined either by professional wrestling matches between different wrestlers involved in pre-existing scripted feuds, plots, and storylines, or by scripted circumstances. Wrestlers were portrayed as either villains or heroes as they followed a series of tension-building events, which culminated in a wrestling match or series of matches for the championship. Reigns that were won on episodes of TNA's primary television program, TNA Impact!, aired on television two to nine days from the date the match was taped. The inaugural champions were Team 3D, who were awarded the championship by being the last NWA World Tag Team Champions under TNA banner. The Wolves (Davey Richards and Eddie Edwards) and Beer Money, Inc. (Bobby Roode and James Storm) hold the record for most reigns as a team, with five. The longest reign as of January 2019 is 261 days, by the team of The Latin American Xchange, who set the record in their third reign.

Although the title is a World Tag Team Championship, supposedly only intended for tag teams, three different wrestlers have held the championship by themselves—Samoa Joe, Kurt Angle and Matt Morgan.[4] Joe held the championship during his entire reign alone; however, Angle held the championship alone for 15 days until Sting won a match involving three other competitors to become Angle's partner and Morgan held the championship after (kayfabe) injuring his championship partner. Overall, there have been 45 reigns shared between 41 wrestlers and 29 teams. The current champions are The Latin American Xchange (Ortiz and Santana).

Contents

Title historyEdit

NamesEdit

Name Years
TNA World Tag Team Championship May 13, 2007 – March 1, 2017
Impact Wrestling World Tag Team Championship March 2, 2017 – July 2, 2017
Unified GFW World Tag Team Championship July 2, 2017 – August 17, 2017
GFW World Tag Team Championship August 17, 2017 – September 18, 2017
Impact Wrestling World Tag Team Championship September 18, 2017 – present

ReignsEdit

For a list of world tag team champions in TNA between 2002 and 2007, see List of NWA World Tag Team Champions.

As of June 27, 2019.

Key
No. Overall reign number
Reign Reign number for the specific champion
Days Number of days held
<1 Reign lasted less than a day
+ Current reign is changing daily
No. Champion Championship change Reign statistics Notes Ref.
Date Event Location Reign Days
1 Team 3D
(Brother Devon and Brother Ray)
May 17, 2007 TNA Today Orlando, FL 1 59 Team 3D were awarded the championship on the May 17, 2007 edition of TNA's online web show TNA Today by Jim Cornette and Jeremy Borash following the National Wrestling Alliance (NWA) stripping them of the NWA World Tag Team Championship on May 13, 2007. [3]
2 Samoa Joe July 15, 2007 Victory Road Orlando, FL 1 28 This was a tag team match with Joe teaming with TNA World Heavyweight Champion Kurt Angle, in which the person to get the fall would win that person's championship; Joe's TNA X Division Championship and Angle's TNA World Heavyweight Championship were also on the line. Joe pinned Brother Ray to win the TNA World Tag Team Championship. Joe decided to hold the championship alone. [5]
3 Kurt Angle August 12, 2007 Hard Justice Orlando, FL 1 15 This was a "Winner Take All" match, in which Joe's TNA X Division and World Tag Team Championships were on the line, as well as Angle's TNA World Heavyweight and (IGF recognized) IWGP World Heavyweight Championship. [6]
4 Kurt Angle and Sting[N 1] August 27, 2007 Impact! Orlando, FL 1 13 Sting defeated AJ Styles, Christian Cage, and Samoa Joe in a fatal–four way match on August 27, which aired on the August 30 episode of Impact!, to become Angle's partner. [7]
5 Team Pacman
(Adam Jones and Ron Killings)
September 9, 2007 No Surrender Orlando, FL 1 35 [8]
6 Christian's Coalition
(A.J. Styles and Tomko)
October 14, 2007 Bound for Glory Duluth, GA 1 184 Defeated Ron Killings and Consequences Creed (substitute for Jones) for the title. [9]
7 Kaz and Eric Young/Super Eric April 15, 2008 Impact! Orlando, FL 1 <1 Defeated A.J. Styles and Tomko and The Latin American Xchange in a three-way match. [10]
Vacated April 15, 2008 Impact! Orlando, FL Kaz and Eric Young were stripped of the championship by Jim Cornette after Young refused to admit that he and Super Eric were in fact the same person. This episode aired on tape delay on April 17, 2008. [10]
8 The Latin American Xchange
(Hernandez and Homicide)
May 11, 2008 Sacrifice Orlando, FL 1 91 Defeated Team 3D in the finals of The Deuces Wild Tag Team Tournament to win the vacant championship. [11]
9 Beer Money, Inc.
(James Storm and Bobby Roode)
August 10, 2008 Hard Justice Trenton, NJ 1 128 [12]
10 Jay Lethal and Consequences Creed December 16, 2008 Impact! Orlando, FL 1 26 Lethal, choosing Creed as his partner, invoked his Feast or Fired title opportunity to challenge Beer Money, Inc. for the championship and win the title. This episode aired on tape delay on January 8, 2009. [13]
11 Beer Money, Inc.
(James Storm and Bobby Roode)
January 11, 2009 Genesis Charlotte, NC 2 98 This was a three–way match, which also included Abyss and Matt Morgan. [14]
12 Team 3D
(Brother Devon and Brother Ray)
April 19, 2009 Lockdown Philadelphia, PA 2 63 This was a Philadelphia Street Fight, also contested for the IWGP Tag Team Championship. [15]
13 Beer Money, Inc.
(James Storm and Bobby Roode)
June 21, 2009 Slammiversary Auburn Hills, MI 3 28 [16]
14 The Main Event Mafia
(Booker T and Scott Steiner)
July 19, 2009 Victory Road Orlando, FL 1 91 [17]
15 The British Invasion
(Brutus Magnus and Doug Williams)
October 18, 2009 Bound for Glory Irvine, CA 1 91 This was a four way Full Metal Mayhem Tag Team match, which also included Beer Money, Inc. and Team 3D and was contested also for the IWGP Tag Team Championship. [18]
16 Hernandez (2) and Matt Morgan January 17, 2010 Genesis Orlando, FL 1 78 [19]
17 Matt Morgan April 5, 2010 Impact! Orlando, FL 1 29 Morgan declares himself sole champion after (kayfabe) injuring Hernandez and putting him out of action indefinitely. Impact Wrestling recognizes this as a continuation of his first reign. [20]
18 The Band
(Eric Young (2), Kevin Nash and Scott Hall)
May 4, 2010 Impact! Orlando, FL 1 41 Nash, choosing Hall as his partner, invoked his Feast or Fired title opportunity to challenge Matt Morgan for the championship and win the title. This episode aired on tape delay on May 13, 2010. Young was also recognized as a champion and the three defended the championship under the Freebird rule. [21][22]
[23][24]
Vacated June 14, 2010 Impact! Orlando, FL The Band was stripped of the championship due to Scott Hall's legal problems. This episode aired on tape delay on June 17, 2010. [25][26]
19 The Motor City Machine Guns
(Alex Shelley and Chris Sabin)
July 11, 2010 Victory Road Orlando, FL 1 182 Defeated Beer Money, Inc. (James Storm and Robert Roode) to win the vacant championship. [27]
20 Beer Money, Inc.
(James Storm and Robert/Bobby Roode)
January 9, 2011 Genesis Orlando, FL 4 212 Robert Roode switched his ring name to Bobby Roode in May 2011. [28]
21 Mexican America
(Anarquia and Hernandez (3))
August 9, 2011 Impact Orlando, FL 1 97 This episode aired on tape delay on August 18, 2011. [29][30]
22 Crimson and Matt Morgan (2) November 14, 2011 Impact Orlando, FL 1 90 This episode aired on tape delay on November 17, 2011. [31][32]
23 Magnus (2) and Samoa Joe (2) February 12, 2012 Against All Odds Orlando, FL 1 91 [33]
24 The World Tag Team Champions of the World
(Christopher Daniels and Kazarian (2))
May 13, 2012 Sacrifice Orlando, FL 1 28 [34]
25 A.J. Styles (2) and Kurt Angle (2) June 10, 2012 Slammiversary X Arlington, TX 1 18 [35]
26 The World Tag Team Champions of the World
(Christopher Daniels and Kazarian (3))
June 28, 2012 Impact Orlando, FL 2 108 [36]
27 Chavo Guerrero and Hernandez (4) October 14, 2012 Bound for Glory (2012) Phoenix, AZ 1 103 This was a three way match, which also included the team of AJ Styles and Kurt Angle. [37]
28 Bobby Roode (5) and Austin Aries January 25, 2013 Impact Manchester, England 1 76 This episode aired on tape delay on February 7, 2013. [38]
29 Chavo Guerrero (2) and Hernandez (5) April 11, 2013 Impact Corpus Christi, TX 2 52 This was a two out of three falls match. If Guerrero and Hernandez lost, they vowed never to team together again.
30 Gunner and James Storm (5) June 2, 2013 Slammiversary XI Boston, MA 1 140 This was a four–way elimination match also involving the team of Austin Aries and Bobby Roode as well as Bad Influence (Christopher Daniels and Kazarian).
31 The BroMans
(Robbie E and Jessie Godderz)
October 20, 2013 Bound for Glory San Diego, CA 1 126
32 The Wolves
(Davey Richards and Eddie Edwards)
February 23, 2014 House show Morgantown, WV 1 7 [39]
33 The BroMans
(Robbie E and Jessie Godderz)
March 2, 2014 Kaisen: Outbreak Tokyo, Japan 2 56 This was a three-way tag team match, also involving Team 246 (Kaz Hayashi and Shuji Kondo).
34 The Wolves
(Davey Richards and Eddie Edwards)
April 27, 2014 Sacrifice (2014) Orlando, FL 2 145 This was a 2-on-3 handicap match with DJ Z as the third member of The BroMans.
35 The Revolution
(Abyss and James Storm (6))
September 19, 2014 Impact Bethlehem, PA 1 133 Storm invoked a Feast or Fired Tag Team title opportunity (given to him by Gunner) and selected Abyss as his partner. This episode aired on tape delay on November 12, 2014.
36 The Wolves
(Davey Richards and Eddie Edwards)
January 30, 2015 Impact Manchester, England 3 42 This episode aired on tape delay on March 6, 2015.
Vacated March 13, 2015 Impact Orlando, FL Vacated due to Eddie Edwards suffering a broken heel. This episode aired on tape delay on April 3, 2015. [40]
37 The Hardys
(Jeff Hardy and Matt Hardy)
March 16, 2015 Impact Orlando, FL 1 53 Won the vacant championship in an Ultimate X match also involving The Beat Down Clan (Low Ki and Kenny King), Bram and Ethan Carter III and Dirty Heels (Austin Aries and Bobby Roode). This episode aired on tape delay on April 17, 2015.
Vacated May 8, 2015 Impact Orlando, FL Vacated due to Jeff Hardy suffering a broken leg.
38 The Wolves
(Davey Richards and Eddie Edwards)
June 25, 2015 Impact Orlando, FL 4 33 Defeated The Dirty Heels (Austin Aries and Bobby Roode) in a 30-minute Iron man match to win the vacant championship. This was the fifth match in a best-of-five series. This episode aired on tape delay on July 1, 2015.
39 Brian Myers and Trevor Lee July 28, 2015 Impact Orlando, FL 1 1 Jeff and Karen Jarrett invoked Nick Aldis' (Magnus') Feast or Fired title opportunity for Myers and Lee to challenge The Wolves for the championship. This episode aired on tape delay on September 2, 2015. [41]
40 The Wolves
(Davey Richards and Eddie Edwards)
July 29, 2015 Impact Orlando, FL 5 186 Aired on tape delay September 9, 2015. [42]
41 Beer Money, Inc.
(Bobby Roode (6) and James Storm (7))
January 31, 2016 Impact Birmingham, England 5 48 Storm cashed in his Feast or Fired Tag Team Championship contract. This episode aired on tape delay on March 8, 2016.
42 Decay
(Abyss (2) and Crazzy Steve)
March 19, 2016 Impact Orlando, FL 1 197 This was contested in a Valley of Shadows match. This episode aired on tape delay on April 26, 2016. [43]
43 The Broken Hardys
(Broken Matt and Brother Nero)
October 2, 2016 Bound for Glory Orlando, FL 2 152 This was The Great War. The team was previously known as The Hardys, and Brother Nero and Broken Matt was previously known as Jeff Hardy and Matt Hardy. On March 2, 2017, the championship was renamed to the Impact Wrestling World Tag Team Championship following the renaming of the promotion. [44]
Vacated March 3, 2017 Impact Orlando, FL Vacated due to The Broken Hardys leaving TNA. This episode aired on tape delay on March 16, 2017.
44 The Latin American Xchange
(Ortiz and Santana)
March 4, 2017 Impact Orlando, FL 1 169 This was a four-way tag team match also involving Decay, Reno Scum (Adam Thornstowe and Luster the Legend) and the team of Laredo Kid and Garza Jr.. This episode aired on tape delay March 30, 2017. During their reign, they won and unified the GFW Tag Team Championship with the Impact Wrestling World Tag Team Championship. The title was renamed as GFW World Tag Team Championship. [45]
45 Ohio Versus Everything
(Dave Crist and Jake Crist)
August 20, 2017 GFW Impact!: Victory Road (2017) Orlando, FL 1 81 Aired on tape delay on September 28, 2017. During their reign, the championship was renamed as the Impact World Tag Team Championship. [46]
46 The Latin American Xchange
(Ortiz and Santana)
November 9, 2017 Impact! Ottawa, ON 2 164 This episode aired on tape delay on January 4, 2018.
47 Eli Drake and Scott Steiner (2) April 22, 2018 Redemption Orlando, FL 1 2 Drake cashed in his Feast or Fired tag team championship opportunity. [47]
48 Z&E
(Andrew Everett and DJ Z)
April 24, 2018 Impact! Orlando, FL 1 2 This episode aired on tape delay on May 17, 2018.
49 The Latin American Xchange
(Ortiz and Santana)
April 26, 2018 Impact! Orlando, FL 3 261 This episode aired on tape delay on June 21, 2018.
50 The Lucha Bros.
(Fenix and Pentagon Jr.)
January 12, 2019 Impact! Mexico City, Mexico 1 106 This episode aired on tape delay on February 8, 2019. [48]
51 The Latin American Xchange
(Ortiz and Santana)
April 28, 2019 Rebellion Toronto, Ontario, Canada 4 60+ This was a Full Metal Mayhem match [49]

Combined reignsEdit

As of June 27, 2019.

Indicates the current champion

By teamEdit

Four-time and current champions LAX (Ortiz and Santana) hold the record for the most combined days as champions.
Rank Team No. of
reigns
Combined
days
1 The Latin American Xchange
(Ortiz and Santana)
4 654+
2 Beer Money, Inc.
(Robert Roode/Bobby Roode and James Storm)
5 514
3 The Wolves
(Davey Richards and Eddie Edwards)
5 413
4 The Hardys
(Brother Nero/Jeff Hardy and Matt Hardy/Broken Matt)
2 205
5 Decay
(Abyss and Crazzy Steve)
1 197
6 Christian's Coalition
(A.J. Styles and Tomko)
1 184
7 The BroMans
(Robbie E and Jessie Godderz)
2 182
The Motor City Machine Guns
(Alex Shelley and Chris Sabin)
1 182
9 Chavo Guerrero and Hernandez 2 155
10 Gunner and James Storm 1 140
11 The World Tag Team Champions of the World
(Christopher Daniels and Kazarian)
2 136
12 The Revolution
(Abyss and James Storm)
1 133
13 Team 3D
(Brother Devon and Brother Ray)
2 122
14 The Lucha Brothers
(Fenix and Pentagon Jr.)
1 106
15 Mexican America
(Anarquia and Hernandez)
1 97
16 The British Invasion
(Brutus Magnus and Doug Williams)
1 91
The Latin American Xchange
(Hernandez and Homicide)
1 91
Magnus and Samoa Joe 1 91
The Main Event Mafia
(Booker T and Scott Steiner)
1 91
20 Crimson and Matt Morgan 1 90
21 Ohio Versus Everything
(Dave Crist and Jake Crist)
1 81
22 Hernandez and Matt Morgan 1 78
23 Austin Aries and Bobby Roode 1 76
24 The Band
(Eric Young, Kevin Nash and Scott Hall)
1 41
25 Team Pacman
(Adam Jones and Ron Killings)
1 35
26 Matt Morgan 1 29
27 Samoa Joe 1 28
28 Consequences Creed and Jay Lethal 1 26
29 A.J. Styles and Kurt Angle 1 18
30 Kurt Angle 1 15
31 Kurt Angle and Sting 1 13
32 DJ Z and Andrew Everett 1 2
Eli Drake and Scott Steiner 1 2
34 Brian Myers and Trevor Lee 1 1
35 Kaz and Eric Young/Super Eric 1 <1

By wrestlerEdit

 
Record seven-time TNA World Tag Team Champion James Storm, who holds the record for most individual reigns
Rank Wrestler No. of
reigns
Combined days
1 James Storm 7 787
2 Ortiz 4 654+
Santana 4 654+
4 Robert/Bobby Roode 6 590
5 Hernandez 5 421
6 Davey Richards 5 413
Eddie Edwards 5 413
8 Abyss 2 330
9 Brother Nero/Jeff Hardy 2 205
Matt Hardy/"Broken" Matt Hardy 2 205
11 A.J. Styles 2 202
12 Matt Morgan 2 197
Crazzy Steve 1 197
14 Tomko 1 184
15 Jessie Godderz 2 182
Magnus 2 182
Robbie E 2 182
Alex Shelley 1 182
Chris Sabin 1 182
20 Chavo Guerrero 2 155
21 Gunner 1 140
22 Kaz/Kazarian 3 136
Christopher Daniels 2 136
24 Brother Devon 2 122
Brother Ray 2 122
26 Samoa Joe 2 119
27 Fenix 1 106
Pentagon Jr. 1 106
29 Anarquia 1 97
30 Scott Steiner 2 93
31 Booker T 1 97
Doug Williams 1 97
Homicide 1 97
34 Crimson 1 90
35 Dave Crist 1 81
Jake Crist 1 81
37 Austin Aries 1 76
38 Kurt Angle 2 46
39 Eric Young/Super Eric 2 41
Kevin Nash 1 41
Scott Hall 1 41
42 Adam Jones 1 35
Ron Killings 1 35
44 Consequences Creed 1 26
Jay Lethal 1 26
46 Sting 1 13
47 Andrew Everett 1 2
DJ Z 1 2
Eli Drake 1 2
50 Brian Myers 1 1
Trevor Lee 1 1

FootnotesEdit

  1. ^ Sting joined Angle in the middle of his reign. Sting's reign began on August 27, 2007 and lasted until the lost the titles on September 9, 2007. As a team, their reign began on August 27, 2007.

See alsoEdit

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