NWA International Tag Team Championship (Toronto version)
The Toronto version of the NWA International Tag Team Championship was the top tag team professional wrestling championship in the Canadian promotion Maple Leaf Wrestling from 1961 through 1977. The title replaced the original top tag championship in Maple Leaf Wrestling, the NWA Canadian Open Tag Team Championship, which was abandoned in favor of the international title.
An (n) next to a date in the title history means that a title change occurred no later than the date listed.
|Man Mountain Campbell and Stan Stasiak||1||1961-06-08||Toronto, Ontario||Defeated Ivan and Karol Kalmikoff in a tournament final to become the first champions.|
|Cyclone and Hurricane Smith||1||1961-09-07||Toronto, Ontario|
|Chris and John Tolos||1||1961-12-07||Toronto, Ontario|
|Whipper Billy Watson and Yukon Eric||1||1961-12-28||Toronto, Ontario|
|Chris and John Tolos||2||1962-01-04||Toronto, Ontario|
|Bill Soloweyko and Whipper Billy Watson||1||1962-01-18||Toronto, Ontario|
|Chris and John Tolos||3||1962-03-15||Toronto, Ontario|
|Billy Red Lyons and Whipper Billy Watson||1||1962-03-28||Toronto, Ontario|
|Bulldog Brower and Sweet Daddy Siki||1||1962-04-04||Toronto, Ontario|
|Bruno Sammartino and Whipper Billy Watson||1||1962-09-27||Toronto, Ontario|
|Bulldog Brower and Johnny Valentine||1||1963-02-28||Toronto, Ontario|||
|John Paul Henning and Art Thomas||1||1963-07-25||Toronto, Ontario|
|Bulldog Brower and Dr. Jerry Graham||1||1963-10-17||Toronto, Ontario|
|Jim Hady and Johnny Valentine||1||1963-12-05||Toronto, Ontario|
|Fred Atkins and Professor Hiro||1||July 1964 (n)|
|Johnny Valentine and Whipper Billy Watson||1||1964-08-13||Toronto, Ontario|
|Fred Atkins and Professor Hiro||2||1964-09-17||Toronto, Ontario|
|Johnny Valentine and Whipper Billy Watson||2||1964-10-09||Toronto, Ontario||The title was inactive for all of 1965.|
|The Masked Yankees (Moose Evans & Giant Evans)||1||1966-01-09||Toronto, Ontario|
|Bulldog Brower and Whipper Billy Watson||1||1966-07-10||Toronto, Ontario|
|Fred Atkins and Tiger Jeet Singh||1||1966-07-31||Toronto, Ontario|
|Bulldog Brower and Whipper Billy Watson||2||December 1966 (n)||The title was inactive for a majority of 1967. Brower and Watson were billed as champions after.|
|Bull Curry and Tiger Jeet Singh||1||1968-05-26||Toronto, Ontario|||
|Mark Lewin and Whipper Billy Watson||1||1968-08-25||Toronto, Ontario|
|The title was vacated in 1968, then became inactive.|
|The Love Brothers (Hartford and Reginald Love)||1||1974-03-17||Toronto, Ontario||Defeated Jacques Rougeau, Sr. and Raymond Rougeau.|
|The Crusaders (Billy Red Lyons and Dewey Robertson)||1||1974-06-23||Toronto, Ontario|
|The Love Brothers||2||1974-09-08||Toronto, Ontario|
|The Crusaders||2||1974-12-29||Toronto, Ontario|
|The Kelly Twins (Mike and Pat Kelly)||1||1975-06-08||Toronto, Ontario|
|The Crusaders||3||1975-08-24||Toronto, Ontario|
|The title was abandoned in September 1977.|
- Will, Gary. "TITLE HISTORY: International Tag Team Title". Toronto Wrestling History. Retrieved 2007-07-23.
- Tanabe, Hisaharu. "International Tag Team Title (Toronto)". Wrestling-Titles.com. Retrieved 2007-07-23.
- Hoops, Brian (February 28, 2017). "Daily pro wrestling history (02/28): Andersen & Hansen win NWA Tag Titles". Wrestling Observer Figure Four Online. Retrieved February 28, 2017.
- F4W Staff (May 26, 2015). "On this day in pro wrestling history (May 26): Dick the Bruiser & Crusher beat Larry Hennig & Harley Race in a nine fall death match, Tiger Mask wins WWF Jr. Heavyweight gold". Wrestling Observer Figure Four Online. Retrieved February 11, 2017.
- Maple Leaf Wrestling
- Other versions of the NWA International Tag Team Championship
- Amarillo – (1959-1975; NWA Western States)
- Calgary – (1958-1989, 2000-present; Stampede Wrestling - since renamed Stampede International Tag Team Championship)
- Georgia – (1956-1963; National Wrestling Alliance)
- Japan and Texas – (1962-1988; Japan Wrestling Association, NWA Western States and All Japan Pro Wrestling - now part of World Tag Team Championship)
- Minneapolis – (1959-1960; NWA Minneapolis)
- Vancouver – (1982-1985; NWA All-Star Wrestling)