SCW Tag Team Championship
|SCW Tag Team Championship|
|Promotion||Southern Championship Wrestling|
|Date established||November 17, 1994|
|Date retired||November 20, 2004|
The inaugural champions were The Rat Pack (Jimmy Cicero and Brian Perry), who defeated The Andersons (Pat and C.W. Anderson) in a tournament final on November 17, 1994 to become the first SCW Tag Team Champions. At 484 days, Sex, Love, and Money's first reign was the longest, while the team's third and final reign, won at SCW's last show, was the shortest, lasting less than one day. With three reigns, Sex, Love, and Money also held the most reigns as a tag team and individually. Overall, there were 29 reigns.
|#||Order in reign history|
|Reign||The reign number for the specific set of wrestlers listed|
|Event||The event in which the title was won|
|—||Used for vacated reigns so as not to count it as an official reign|
|N/A||The information is not available or is unknown|
|+||Indicates the current reign is changing daily|
|SCW Tag Team Championship||1997 — 2004|
|1||The Rat Pack (Jimmy Cicero and Brian Perry)||1||November 17, 1994||128||Raleigh, North Carolina||Live event||Cicero and Perry won the titles in a tournament final.|
|2||The Dream Team (Billy Simmons and Sean Powers)||1||March 25, 1995||28||Durham, North Carolina||Live event|
|3||The Rat Pack (Jimmy Cicero and Brian Perry)||2||April 22, 1995||364||Valdese, North Carolina||Live event|||
|4||Cowboys From Hell (Guido Falcone and Jimmie Torture)||1||April 20, 1996||28||Durham, North Carolina||Live event||The Cowboys From Hell defeated Brian Perry and Sean Powers (substituting for Jimmy Cicero).|
|5||The Andersons (Pat and C.W. Anderson)||1||May 18, 1996||392||Durham, North Carolina||Live event||The Andersons defeated Jimmie Torture and David Dawson (substituting for Guido Falcone).|
|6||Death & Destruction (Frank Parker and Roger Anderson)||1||June 14, 1997||161||Butner, North Carolina||Live event||Death and Destruction defeated C.W. Anderson and David Dawson (substituting for retired Pat Anderson).|||
|7||Northern Exposure (C.W. Anderson and Cueball Carmichael)||1||November 22, 1997||N/A||Louisburg, North Carolina||Live event|
|8||Cueball Carmichael and Christian York||1||1998||N/A||N/A||Live event||Northern Exposure split up when C.W. Anderson was kicked out of The Gambini Family. Anderson subsequently gave his half of the tag titles to Christian York in order to reunite with his brother Pat.|
|9||The Andersons (Pat and C.W. Anderson)||1||January 17, 1998||245||Butner, North Carolina||Live event|
|10||Club Security (Rumble and Rukkus)||1||September 19, 1998||154||Henderson, North Carolina||Live event|
|—||Vacated||—||February 20, 1999||—||Louisburg, North Carolina||Live event||Club Security are stripped as champions after failing to appear for a scheduled title defense.|
|11||The Serial Thrillaz (Shane Helms and Mike Maverick)||1||February 20, 1999||N/A||Louisburg, North Carolina||Live event||The Serial Thrillaz defeated C.W. Anderson and Toad in tournament final to win the vacant titles.|||
|12||The Dupps (Bo and Jack Dupp)||1||1999||N/A||N/A||Live event||Shane Helms gave his half of the tag titles to Otto Schwanz upon leaving the promotion. Schwanz and Mike Maverick begin teaming as The Dupps shortly afterwards.|
|—||Vacated||—||October 1999||—||N/A||Live event||SCW vacated the championships after The Dupps left the promotion for Extreme Championship Wrestling.|
|13||Big Slam and King||1||October 28, 1999||N/A||Raleigh, North Carolina||Live event||Big Slam and King defeated Krash and Bryan Wayne in a tournament final to win the vacant titles.|
|14||Big Slam and Dewey Cheatum||1||1999||N/A||N/A||Live event||Big Slam chose Dewey Cheatum as his tag team partner after King left the promotion.|
|15||Big Slam and King||2||March 30, 2000||113||Raleigh, North Carolina||Live event||Big Slam "fired" Dewey Cheatum as his tag team partner upon King's return to SCW.|
|16||Stratus and Aldo De Gama||1||July 21, 2000||41||Raleigh, North Carolina||Live event||This was a Three Way Dance also involving Dewey Cheatum and Mervin Snead; Phenom substituted for King due to an injury.|
|17||The Dupps (Bo and Jack Dupp)||2||August 31, 2000||N/A||Raleigh, North Carolina||Live event|
|—||Vacated||—||September 2000||—||N/A||Live event||SCW vacated the championships after The Dupps left the promotion for the World Wrestling Federation.|
|18||Stratus and Aldo De Gama||2||September 28, 2000||63||Raleigh, North Carolina||Live event||Stratus and Aldo De Gama defeated Scab and Kross in tournament final to win the vacant titles.|
|19||The Gargoyles (Wort and Duke Richards)||1||November 30, 2000||84||Raleigh, North Carolina||Live event|
|20||Sex, Love, and Money (Brad Hunter and Sean Thomas)||1||February 22, 2001||63||Raleigh, North Carolina||Ground Zero (2001)|
|21||Psychos For Hire (Bam Bam and Crazyman)||1||April 26, 2001||N/A||Raleigh, North Carolina||Royal Pain (2001)|
|—||Vacated||—||September 2001||—||N/A||Live event||Psychos for Hire were stripped of the championship after failing to appear for a scheduled title defence.|
|22||Anti-Social Society (Natrone Steele and Too Damn Badd)||1||September 27, 2001||126||Raleigh, North Carolina||Imposion (2007)||Natrone Steele and Too Damn Badd defeated Scab and Dewey Cheatum in a tournament final to wn the vacant titles.|
|23||Sex, Love, and Money (Brad Hunter and Shawn Alexander)||1||January 31, 2002||56||Raleigh, North Carolina||Live event||This was a Three Way Dance also involving New Skool (Joey Matthews and Christian York).|
|24||Anti-Social Society (Natrone Steele and Scab)||1||March 28, 2002||N/A||Raleigh, North Carolina||Downtown Destruction (2002)|
|25||C.W. Anderson and Dewey Cheatum||1||August 29, 2002||62||Raleigh, North Carolina||Cruel Intentions (2002)||This was a three-way tournament final involving the Anti-Social Society (Natrone Steele and Scab) and Sex, Love, and Money (Brad Hunter and Shawn Alexander).|||
|26||California Swat Team (Zack Lee and Ben Black)||1||October 30, 2002||N/A||Raleigh, North Carolina||Maul-O-Ween (2002)|
|27||Sex, Love, and Money (Brad Hunter and Shawn Alexander)||2||July 12, 2003||484||Burlington, North Carolina||Heatwave (2003)||Brad Hunter and Shawn Alexander defeated Trailer Park Heat and Seymour Snott to win vacant titles.|||
|28||The Nerds! (Seymour Snott and Dexter Poindexter)||1||November 7, 2004||13||Butner, North Carolina||SCW 9th Anniversary Show (2004)|||
|29||Sex, Love, and Money (Brad Hunter and Shawn Alexander)||3||November 20, 2004||0||Durham, North Carolina||Blowout Bash (2004)|
|—||Deactivated||—||November 20, 2004||—||N/A||N/A||SCW closed on November 20, 2004 and Brad Hunter and Shawn Alexander were the final champions in SCW as a company.|
List of combined reignsEdit
|<1||Indicates that the reign lasted less than one day.|
|Rank[N 1]||Wrestler||# of reigns||Combined days|
|1||Pat and C.W. Anderson
|2||Brad Hunter and Shawn Alexander
(Sex, Love, and Money)
|3||Jimmy Cicero and Brian Perry
(The Rat Pack)
|4||Frank Parker and Roger Anderson
(Death & Destruction)
|5||Rumble and Ruckus
|6||Natrone Steele and Too Damn Badd
|7||Big Slam and King||2||113|
|8||Stratus and Aldo De Gama||2||104|
|9||Brad Hunter and Sean Thomas
(Sex, Love, and Money)
|10||C.W. Anderson and Dewey Cheatum||1||62|
|11||Billy Simmons and Sean Powers
(The Dream Team)
|12||Guido Falcone and Jimmie Torture
(Cowboys From Hell)
|13||Seymour Snott and Dexter Poindexter
- Each reign is ranked highest to lowest; reigns with the same number mean that they are tied for that certain rank.
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