NWA Americas Tag Team Championship


The NWA Americas Tag Team Championship was a professional wrestling tag team title in the National Wrestling Alliance's NWA Hollywood Wrestling based out of Los Angeles, California.

NWA Americas Tag Team Championship
Details
PromotionNWA Hollywood Wrestling
Date establishedFebruary, 1964
Date retiredDecember 26, 1982
Other name(s)
  • WWA World Tag Team Championship

The championship began as the WWA World Tag Team Championship for Worldwide Wrestling Associates in 1964.[1] However, when WWA became an NWA affiliate on October 1, 1968, its name was changed to NWA Hollywood Wrestling and the title was renamed the NWA Americas Tag Team Championship in January 1969. The title served as the top tag team championship in the promotion until 1979 when it was relegated to serve as a secondary tag title since the company created its own regional version of the NWA World Tag Team Championship. The championship lasted until the promotion closed on December 26, 1982.[2]

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
WWA World Tag Team Championship
1 Édouard Carpentier and Ernie Ladd February 1, 1964 WWA show San Bernardino, California 1 26 Previously WWA International Television Tag Team Championship.
2 The Fabulous Kangaroos
(Al Costello and Roy Heffernan)
February 27, 1964 WWA show Bakersfield, California 1 61 [3]
3 Torres Brothers
(Alberto and Ramon Torres)
April 28, 1964 WWA show Long Beach, California 1 93
4 The Destroyer and Hard Boiled Haggerty July 30, 1964 WWA show Bakersfield, California 1 89
5 Freddie Blassie and Mr. Moto October 27, 1964 WWA show Long Beach, California 1 7
6 The Destroyer (2) and Hard Boiled Haggerty (2) November 3, 1964 WWA show Long Beach, California 2 36
7 Édouard Carpentier (2) and Bob Ellis December 9, 1964 WWA show Los Angeles, California 1 89
8 The Von Stroheims
(Karl and Kurt Von Stroheim)
March 8, 1965 WWA show N/A 1 66 Pedro Morales and Luis Hernandez defeat the Von Stroheims on April 24, 1965, in San Bernardino, California, but the Von Stroheims defend the title in Los Angeles, California, on the following day.
9 The Assassins
(Assassin #1 and Assassin #2)
May 13, 1965 WWA show Los Angeles, California 1 87 [4]
10 The Kentuckians
(Luke Brown and Grizzly Smith)
August 8, 1965 WWA show Los Angeles, California 1 30
11 The Assassins
(Assassin #1 and Assassin #2)
September 7, 1965 WWA show Long Beach, California 2 7
12 The Kentuckians
(Luke Brown and Grizzly Smith)
September 14, 1965 WWA show Long Beach, California 2 435 This title change was repeated two days later in Bakersfield, California.
13 Luke Graham and Gorilla Monsoon November 23, 1966 WWA show Los Angeles, California 1 61
14 El Mongol and Gorilla Monsoon(2) January 23, 1967 WWA show Los Angeles, California 1 17 Defeated Luke Graham and Moondog Mayne. [5]
15 Thunderbolt Patterson and Alberto Torres (2) February 9, 1966 WWA show Los Angeles, California 1 68
16 Buddy Austin and El Mongol (2) April 18, 1966 WWA show Los Angeles, California 1 67
17 Luis Hernandez and Pedro Morales June 24, 1966 WWA show Los Angeles, California 1 126
18 El Shereef and Hard Boiled Haggerty (3) October 28, 1966 WWA show Los Angeles, California 1 43
19 Mark Lewin and Pedro Morales (2) December 10, 1966 WWA show Los Angeles, California 1 24
20 El Shereef (2) and Hard Boiled Haggerty (4) January 3, 1967 WWA show N/A 2 38
21 Pedro Morales (3) and Ricky Romero February 10, 1967 WWA show Los Angeles, California 1 98 [6]
22 Mike DiBiase and Killer Karl Kox May 19, 1967 WWA show Los Angeles, California 1 30
23 Kim Il and Mr. Moto (2) June 18, 1967 WWA show N/A 1 11
24 Pedro Morales (4) and Ricky Romero (2) June 29, 1967 WWA show N/A 2 1
25 Mike DiBiase (2) and Karl Gotch June 30, 1967 WWA show Los Angeles, California 1 N/A
Vacated September 13, 1967 WWA show Title Held up after a match against Pedro Morales and Victor Rivera.
26 Pedro Morales (5) and Victor Rivera July 29, 1967 N/A San Bernardino, California 1 7 Wins the rematch.
27 Mike DiBiase (3) and Karl Gotch (2) August 5, 1967 WWA show San Bernardino, California 2 28
28 Pedro Morales (6) and Victor Rivera (2) September 2, 1967 WWA show N/A 2 18
29 Buddy Austin (2) and Fred Blassie (2) September 20, 1967 WWA show Los Angeles, California 1 72
30 Pedro Morales (7) and Antonio Pugliese December 1, 1967 WWA show Los Angeles, California 1 14
31 Buddy Austin and Fred Blassie (3) December 15, 1967 WWA show Los Angeles, California 2 141
32 The Medics
(I and II)
May 4, 1968 WWA show Los Angeles, California 1 N/A
NWA Americas Tag Team Championship
33 Fred Blassie (4) and Crybaby Cannon November 7, 1968 WWA show Bakersfield, California 1 N/A
34 The Medics
(I and II)
December 1968 WWA show N/A 2 N/A
35 Paul Jones and Nelson Royal January 24, 1969 WWA show Los Angeles, California 1 14 [7]
36 Black Gordman and Pepper Gomez February 7, 1969 WWA show Los Angeles, California 1 36 [8]
37 The Black Angels March 15, 1969 WWA show San Bernardino, California 1 19
38 Alfonso Dantés and Mil Máscaras April 3, 1969 WWA show Los Angeles, California 1 41 Repeated on April 5, 1969, in San Bernardino, California, as WWA title (Black Angels may have regained on April 4, 1969.
39 Black Gordman (2) and Bull Ramos May 14, 1969 WWA show Los Angeles, California 1 7
40 Alfonso Dantés (2) and Francisco Flores May 21, 1969 WWA show Los Angeles, California 1 21
41 Black Gordman (3) and Chris Markoff June 11, 1969 WWA show Los Angeles, California 1 24
42 Mil Máscaras (2) and Alfonso Dantés (3) July 5, 1969 WWA show San Bernardino, California 2 19
43 Black Gordman (4) and Bull Ramos (2) July 24, 1969 WWA show Los Angeles, California 2 37
44 The Medics
(I and II)
August 30, 1969 WWA show San Bernardino, California 3 N/A
Vacated October 1969 Medico #2 is forced to leave for Mexico
45 Don Carson and Great Kojika October 1969 WWA show N/A 1 N/A Sometime after October 17, 1969.
46 Pepe Lopez and El Medico (4) December 1, 1969 WWA show Ventura, California 1 46 Carson and Kojika defend the title against Medico and Lopez on December 13, 1969, in California (or the newspaper mistakenly reports as such).
47 Fred Blassie (5) and Don Carson (2) January 16, 1970 WWA show Los Angeles, California 1 N/A [9]
Vacated March 25, 1970 Blassie and Carson split up.
49 Pantera Negra and Tony Rocco April 8, 1970 WWA show Los Angeles, California 1 65 Defeated Karl Helsinger and Kinji Shibuya in an 8 man tournament final to win the vacant title.
50 Great Kojika (2) and John Tolos June 12, 1970 WWA show Los Angeles, California 1 8
51 Pantera Negra (2) and Tony Rocco (2) June 20, 1970 WWA show Los Angeles, California 2 N/A
52 Great Kojika (3) and John Tolos (2) July 1970 WWA show N/A 2 N/A
53 Pantera Negra (3) and Tony Rocco (3) July 15, 1970 WWA show Los Angeles, California 3 24
54 Black Gordman (4) and Rocky Montero August 8, 1970 WWA show San Diego, California 1 32
55 Rocky Johnson and Earl Maynard September 9, 1970 WWA show Los Angeles, California 1 8
56 The Medics
(I (5) and II (4))
September 17, 1970 WWA show Bakersfield, California 4 N/A
57 Black Gordman (5) and Goliath October 10, 1970 WWA show Bakersfield, California 1 17
58 The Medics
(I (6) and II (5))
October 27, 1970 WWA show San Diego, California 5 30
59 Black Gordman (6) and Goliath (2) November 26, 1970 WWA show Bakersfield, California 2 50 Medicos are billed as Pacific Coast champions on December 5, 1970, in San Bernardino, California.
60 Mil Máscaras (3) and Ray Mendoza January 15, 1971 WWA show Bakersfield, California 1 14
61 Black Gordman (7) and Goliath (3) January 29, 1971 WWA show Los Angeles, California 3 98
62 Masa Saito and Kinji Shibuya May 7, 1971 WWA show Los Angeles, California 1 14
63 Black Gordman (8) and Goliath (4) May 21, 1971 WWA show Los Angeles, California 4 98
64 Masa Saito (2) and Kinji Shibuya (2) August 27, 1971 WWA show Los Angeles, California 2 14
65 Black Gordman (9) and Goliath (5) September 10, 1971 WWA show Los Angeles, California 5 33
66 Salvador Lothario and Pantera Negra (3) October 13, 1971 WWA show N/A 1 37
67 Masa Saito(3) and Kinji Shibuya (3) November 19, 1971 WWA show Los Angeles, California 3 18
68 Earl Maynard (3) and Frankie Laine December 7, 1971 WWA show San Diego, California 1 7
69 Masa Saito (4) and Kinji Shibuya (4) December 14, 1971 WWA show San Diego, California 4 45 In Bakersfield, California, Shibuya and Saito lose to La Pantera Negra and Salvador Lothario on December 9, 1971, and regain on December 16, 1971.
70 Dory Dixon and Earl Maynard (3) January 28, 1972 WWA show Los Angeles, California 1 33
71 Goliath (6) and Kinji Shibuya (5) March 1, 1972 WWA show Los Angeles, California 1 48
72 Dory Dixon (2) and Raul Mata April 18, 1972 WWA show Costa Mesa, California 1 7
73 Killer Kowalski and Kinji Shibuya (6) April 25, 1972 WWA show Costa Mesa, California 1 10
74 Raul Mata (2) and Ray Mendoza (2) May 5, 1972 WWA show Los Angeles, California 1 N/A [10]
75 Raul Mata (3) and Salvador Lothario June 1972 WWA show N/A 1 N/A Lothario Replaces Mendoza.
76 Masa Saito(5) and Kinji Shibuya (7) June 30, 1972 WWA show Los Angeles, California 5 61
77 Eric Froelich and Reuben Juarez August 30, 1972 WWA show Los Angeles, California 1 N/A
Vacated September 14, 1972 Title Held up after a match against Rocky Montero and Jan Madrid
78 Eric Froelich and Reuben Juarez September 21, 1972 WWA show Bakersfield, California 2 50
79 Black Gordman (10) and Goliath (7) November 10, 1972 WWA show Los Angeles, California 6 91
80 Raul Mata (4) and David Morgan February 9, 1973 WWA show Los Angeles, California 1 61
81 Ripper Collins and Gordon Nelson April 11, 1973 WWA show Los Angeles, California 1 23
82 Ray Mendoza (3) and Raul Reyes May 4, 1973 WWA show Los Angeles, California 1 14
83 Black Gordman (11) and Goliath (8) May 18, 1973 WWA show Los Angeles, California 7 12
84 Ray Mendoza (4) and Raul Reyes (2) May 30, 1973 WWA show San Bernardino, California 2 2
85 Black Gordman (12) and Goliath (9) June 1, 1973 WWA show Los Angeles, California 8 42 [11]
86 Raul Reyes (3) and Victor Rivera (3) July 13, 1973 WWA show Los Angeles, California 1 33
87 Pak Song and Mr. Wrestling August 15, 1973 WWA show Los Angeles, California 1 9
88 Raul Reyes (4) and Reuben Juarez (3) August 24, 1973 WWA show Los Angeles, California 1 N/A
89 Great Yamamoto and Colosso Colosetti October 1973 WWA show N/A 1 N/A
90 Raul Reyes (5) and Raul Mata (5) October 27, 1973 WWA show Hollywood, California 1 41
91 Dr. and Mr. Wrestling (2) December 7, 1973 WWA show Hollywood, California 1 14
92 Raul Mata (6) and Victor Rivera (4) December 21, 1973 WWA show Hollywood, California 1 28
93 Black Gordman (13) and Goliath (10) January 18, 1974 WWA show Los Angeles, California 9 187 [12]
94 Porkchop Cash and Manny Soto July 24, 1974 WWA show Los Angeles, California 1 37
95 Ángel Blanco and Dr. Wagner August 30, 1974 WWA show Los Angeles, California 1 1
96 Butcher Brannigan and Mountain Man Mike August 31, 1974 WWA show Hollywood, California 1 14
97 Porkchop Cash (2) and Victor Rivera (5) September 14, 1974 WWA show Hollywood, California 1 28
98 Otto Von Heller and Kurt Von Hess October 12, 1974 WWA show Hollywood, California 1 N/A
Vacated October 19, 1974
99 Dino Bravo and Victor Rivera (6) October 25, 1974 WWA show Los Angeles, California 1 42 Defeated Raul Reyes and Tony Rocco to win the vacant title.
100 The Hollywood Blonds
(Jerry Brown and Buddy Roberts)
December 6, 1974 WWA show Los Angeles, California 1 42 Defeated Victor Rivera and Louie Tillet, after Bravo leaves the team to challenge for the Americas Heavyweight Championship.
101 Porkchop Cash (3) and S.D. Jones January 17, 1975 WWA show Los Angeles, California 1 7 [13]
102 The Hollywood Blonds
(Jerry Brown and Buddy Roberts)
January 24, 1975 WWA show Los Angeles, California 2 35
103 Louie Tillet and John Tolos (3) February 28, 1975 WWA show Los Angeles, California 1 22
104 The Hollywood Blonds
(Jerry Brown and Buddy Roberts)
March 22, 1975 WWA show Hollywood, California 3 83
105 Black Gordman (14) and Goliath (11) June 13, 1975 WWA show Los Angeles, California 10 42
106 The Hollywood Blonds
(Jerry Brown and Buddy Roberts)
July 25, 1975 WWA show Los Angeles, California 4 14
107 Black Gordman (15) and Goliath (12) August 8, 1975 WWA show Los Angeles, California 11 14
108 Chavo Guerrero and Raul Mata (7) August 22, 1975 WWA show Los Angeles, California 1 21
109 The Infernos September 12, 1975 WWA show N/A 1 21
110 Chavo Guerrero (2) and Raul Mata (8) October 3, 1975 WWA show N/A 2 26
111 The Infernos October 29, 1975 WWA show N/A 2 34
112 Black Gordman (16) and Goliath (13) December 2, 1975 WWA show San Diego, California 12 7
113 Mickey Doyle and Mando Lopez December 9, 1975 WWA show N/A 1 7
114 Rock Riddle and John Tolos (4) December 16, 1975 WWA show N/A 1 14
115 Black Gordman (17) and Goliath (14) December 30, 1975 WWA show N/A 13 45
116 Chavo Guerrero (3) and John Tolos (5) February 13, 1976 WWA show Los Angeles, California 1 1
117 Karl Von Brauner and Senior X February 14, 1976 WWA show N/A 1 13
118 Los Guerreros
(Chavo (4) and Gory)
February 27, 1976 WWA show N/A 1 1 [3]
119 Roddy Piper and Crusher Verdu February 28, 1976 WWA show N/A 1 145 Still/again champion as of May 13, 1976. [14]
120 Crusher Verdu (2) and Frank Monte July 22, 1976 WWA show N/A 1 15
121 Butcher Vachon and Chavo Guerrero (5) August 6, 1976 WWA show Los Angeles, California 1 7
122 Porkchop Cash (4) and Frank Monte (2) August 13, 1976 WWA show Los Angeles, California 1 8
123 The Scorpions
(I and II (6))
August 21, 1976 WWA show San Bernardino, California 1 34 Scorpion II formerly known as Raúl Reyes.
124 Carlos and Raul Mata (9) September 24, 1976 N/A Los Angeles, California 1 35
125 The Hangman and Roddy Piper (2) October 29, 1976 WWA show N/A 1 84
126 Cien Caras and Victor Rivera (7) January 21, 1977 WWA show N/A 1 21
127 Dr. Hiro Ota (Yasu Fuji) and Toru Tanaka February 11, 1977 WWA show N/A 1 19
128 Victor Rivera (8) and Terry Sawyer March 2, 1977 WWA show N/A 1 2
129 Black Gordman (18) and Goliath (15) March 4, 1977 WWA show N/A 14 14
130 Chavo Guerrero (6) and Victor Rivera (9) March 18, 1977 WWA show N/A 1 N/A
131 Keith Franks and Black Gordman (19) 1977 WWA show N/A 1 N/A Sometime between April 10, 1977 and April 24, 1977.
132 Mando Guerrero and Tom Jones April 25, 1977 WWA show N/A 1 88 Chavo Guerrero and Mando Guerrero are billed as champions on April 26, 1977, in San Diego, California.
133 Keith Franks (2) and Roddy Piper (3) July 22, 1977 WWA show N/A 1 7
134 Mando Guerrero (2) and Tom Jones (2) July 29, 1977 WWA show N/A 2 21
135 Black Gordman (20) and Goliath (16) August 19, 1977 WWA show N/A 15 30
136 Tom (3) and S.D. Jones (2) September 18, 1977 WWA show N/A 1 5
137 Black Gordman (21) and Goliath (17) September 23, 1977 WWA show N/A 16 28
138 Texas Red and Victor Rivera (10) October 21, 1977 WWA show N/A 1 7
139 Black Gordman (22) and Goliath (18) October 28, 1977 WWA show N/A 17 N/A
140 The Canadian (4) and Chavo Guerrero (7) 1977 WWA show N/A 1 N/A
141 Black Gordman (23) and Goliath (19) November 2, 1977 WWA show N/A 18 6
142 Tom (4) and S.D. Jones (3) November 8, 1977 WWA show N/A 2 1
143 Black Gordman (24) and Goliath (20) November 9, 1977 WWA show San Diego, California 19 65
144 Los Guerreros
(Chavo (8) and Hector)
January 13, 1978 WWA show Los Angeles, California 1 23 [15]
145 Ron Bass and Dr. Hiro Ota (2) February 5, 1978 WWA show N/A 1 19
146 Chavo Guerrero (9) and El Halcón February 24, 1978 WWA show N/A 1 14
147 Ron Bass (2) and Moondog Lonnie Mayne March 10, 1978 WWA show N/A 1 21
148 Black Gordman (25) and Chavo Guerrero (10) March 31, 1978 WWA show N/A 1 21
149 Ron Bass (3) and Roddy Piper (5) April 21, 1978 WWA show Los Angeles, California 1 35
150 Black Gordman (26) and Hector Guerrero (2) May 26, 1978 WWA show Los Angeles, California 1 28 [16]
151 Pak Choo and Mr. Ito (Masao Ito) June 23, 1978 WWA show N/A 1 49
152 Black Gordman (27) and Ryuma Go August 11, 1978 WWA show N/A 1 21
153 Pak Choo (2) and Roddy Piper (6) September 1, 1978 WWA show N/A 1 N/A
154 The Twin Devils 1978 WWA show N/A 1 N/A
155 Black Gordman (28) and Goliath (21) November 17, 1978 WWA show Los Angeles, California 20 21
156 The Twin Devils December 8, 1978 WWA show N/A 2 56
157 Chavo Guerrero (11) and Tatsumi Fujinami February 2, 1979 WWA show Los Angeles, California 1 7
158 The Twin Devils February 9, 1979 WWA show Los Angeles, California 3 91
159 Hector Guerrero (3) and Barry Orton May 11, 1979 WWA show Los Angeles, California 1 7
160 Jonathan Boyd and Coloso Colosetti (2) May 18, 1979 WWA show Los Angeles, California 1 1
161 The Twin Devils May 19, 1979 WWA show Fresno, California 4 32
162 Gibson Brothers
(Ricky and Robert Gibson)
June 20, 1979 WWA show N/A 1 8
163 The Twin Devils June 28, 1979 WWA show N/A 5 1
164 Los Guerreros
(Hector (4) and Mando (3))
June 29, 1979 WWA show N/A 1 7
165 The Twin Devils July 6, 1979 WWA show Bakersfield, California 6 N/A
166 Los Guerreros
(Hector (5) and Mando (4))
1979 WWA show N/A 2 N/A Billed as champions in San Bernardino, California, on July 8, 1978 (Twin Devils' win in Bakersfield on July 5, 1979, may not be for the title).
167 Leroy Brown and Allen Coage August 4, 1979 WWA show Los Angeles, California 1 27
168 Mando Guerrero (5) and Carlos Mata (2) August 31, 1979 WWA show Los Angeles, California 1 28
169 The Twin Devils September 28, 1979 WWA show N/A 7 14
170 Allen Coage (2) and Victor Rivera (11) October 12, 1979 WWA show Los Angeles, California 1 14
171 Chavo Guerrero (10) and Al Madril October 26, 1979 WWA show N/A 1 7
172 Allen Coage (3) and Victor Rivera (12) November 2, 1979 WWA show N/A 2 43
173 Mando Guerrero (5) and Al Madril (2) December 15, 1979 WWA show N/A 1 48
174 Jack and Ray Evans February 1, 1980 WWA show N/A 1 N/A Still champions as of February 22, 1980.
Vacated N/A
175 John and Rick Davidson February 27, 1980 WWA show Los Angeles, California 1 N/A Defeated Chris Adams and Tom Prichard.
Vacated N/A
176 Jack and Ray Evans March 30, 1980 WWA show N/A 2 1
177 Apolo Jalisco and Tom Prichard March 31, 1980 WWA show Bakersfield, California 1 N/A
178 Al Madril (3) and Chief Running Hill April 1980 WWA show N/A 1 N/A
179 The Spoiler and The Hood April 11, 1980 WWA show N/A 1 N/A
180 Apolo Jalisco and Tom Prichard April 1980 WWA show N/A 2 N/A
181 Jack Evans (3) and Pampero Firpo April 25, 1980 WWA show N/A 1 19
182 Al Madril (4) and Tom Prichard (3) May 14, 1980 WWA show N/A 1 2
183 Ox Baker and Enforcer Luciano May 16, 1980 WWA show N/A 1 N/A
184 Al Madril (5) and Tom Prichard (4) 1980 WWA show N/A 2 N/A
185 The Assassin (3) and John Tolos (6) December 12, 1980 WWA show N/A 1 N/A
Vacated 1981
186 Chris Adams and Tom Prichard (5) February 13, 1981 WWA show N/A 1 28 Defeat El Mongol and Mike Masters.
187 John and Rick Davidson March 13, 1981 WWA show Los Angeles, California 2 53
188 Salvatore Bellomo and Victor Rivera (13) May 5, 1981 WWA show San Jose, California 1 N/A
189 John and Rick Davidson 1981 WWA show N/A 3 N/A
190 Chino Chou and Gene LeBell July 24, 1981 WWA show N/A 1 N/A
191 John and Rick Davidson 1981 WWA show N/A 4 N/A
192 Mario and Joel Valenzuela 1981 WWA show N/A 1 N/A
193 John and Rick Davidson 1981 WWA show N/A 5 N/A
194 Chino Chou (2) and The Kiss 1981 WWA show N/A 1 N/A
195 Brazo de Oro and Brazo de Plata November 7, 1981 WWA show N/A 1 N/A
196 Carlos Mata (3) and The Kiss (2) 1982 WWA show N/A 1 N/A Sometime between November 8, 1981 and November 28, 1981.
197 Black Gordman (29) and Goliath (22) December 6, 1982 WWA show N/A 21 −302
198 Carlos Mata (4) and The Kiss (3) February 7, 1982 WWA show N/A 2 5
199 The Scorpions
(I (2) and II (7))
February 12, 1982 WWA show Los Angeles, California 2 N/A [17]
200 Killer Kim and Bobby Lane April 1982 WWA show N/A 1 N/A
201 Chris Adams (2) and Ringo Rigsby April 4, 1982 WWA show N/A 1 33
202 Timothy Flowers and Adrian Street May 7, 1982 WWA show N/A 1 56 [18]
203 Black Gordman (30) and Goliath (23) July 2, 1982 WWA show N/A 22 N/A
204 Ryuma Go (2) and Mr. Toyo 1982 WWA show Las Vegas, Nevada 1 N/A
205 Los Guerreros
(Hector (6) and Mando (6))
July 9, 1982 WWA show Los Angeles, California 3 N/A
206 Timothy Flowers and Adrian Street August 1982 WWA show N/A 2 N/A
207 The Flores Brothers
(Russo and Chico Flores)
1982 WWA show N/A 1 N/A
208 Los Guerreros
(Hector (7) and Mando (7))
1982 WWA show N/A 4 N/A
209 Black Gordman (31) and Master Lee November 12, 1982 WWA show Los Angeles, California 1 N/A
Deactivated December 26, 1982 NWA Hollywood closed

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

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