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Stampede Wrestling International Tag Team Championship

The Stampede International Tag Team Championship was the main tag-team title in the Canadian professional wrestling promotion Stampede Wrestling. It was created in 1958 as the NWA International Tag-Team Championship (Calgary version). When promoter Stu Hart resigned from the National Wrestling Alliance in 1984 the title was renamed the Stampede International Tag-Team Championship. When Stampede wrestling closed down in 1989 the titles were retired, but brought back in 2000 when Stampede Wrestling was restarted by Bruce Hart and Ross Hart.[1][2]

Stampede Wrestling International Tag Team Championship
Details
PromotionStampede Wrestling
Date established1958
2000
Date retired1989
2008
Other name(s)
  • NWA International Tag-Team Championship (Calgary version)

Title historyEdit

Key
No. The overall championship reign
Reign The reign number for the specific wrestler listed.
Event The event promoted by the respective promotion in which the title changed hands
N/A The specific information is not known
Used for vacated reigns in order to not count it as an official reign
No. Champions Reign Date Days held Location Event Notes Ref(s)
1 The Kalmikoffs
(Ivan and Karol)
1 February 28, 1958 127 Calgary, Alberta SW show [1][2]
2 Chris Tolos and John Tolos 1 July 5, 1958 119 N/A SW show [1][2]
3 The Flying Scotts
(George and Sandy)
1 November 1, 1958 90 Calgary, Alberta SW show [1][2]
4 The Vachons
(Maurice and Paul)
1 January 30, 1959 3 Calgary, Alberta SW show [1][2]
Vacated February 2, 1959 N/A N/A Championship vacated after a match against the Flying Scotts [1][2]
5 The Flying Scotts
(George and Sandy)
2 February 2, 1959 31 Regina, Saskatchewan SW show Defeated Maurice and Paul Vachon for the vacant titles. [1][2]
6 Chico Garzia and Chet Wallick 1 March 5, 1959 2 Regina, Saskatchewan SW show [1][2][3]
7 The Vachons
(Maurice and Paul)
2 March 7, 1959 20 N/A SW show [1][2]
8 Shag Thomas and Mighty Ursus 1 March 27, 1959 28 Calgary, Alberta SW show [1][2]
9 The Vachons
(Maurice and Paul)
3 April 24, 1959 7 N/A SW show [1][2]
10 The Flying Scotts
(George and Sandy)
3 May 1, 1959 231 Calgary, Alberta SW show [1][2]
11 Al Mills and Don Kindred 1 December 18, 1959 46 N/A SW show [1][2]
Vacated February 2, 1960 N/A N/A Championship vacated when Mills suffered a extended illness. [1][2]
12 Don Kindred (2) and John Foti 1 March 11, 1960 35 N/A SW show Kindred and Foti were also recognized as "IWA Tag Team champions". [1][2]
13 Oattem Fisher and Luther Lindsay 1 April 15, 1960 42 Calgary, Alberta SW show [1][2]
14 Tarzan Tourville and Mighty Ursus (2) 1 May 27, 1960 35 Calgary, Alberta SW show [1][2]
15 Jim Wright and Gypsy Joe 1 July 1, 1960 92 N/A SW show [1][2]
Vacated October 1, 1960 N/A N/A Championship vacated when Gypsy Joe left Stampede Wrestling [1][2]
16 Jim Wright (2) and Chico Garcia (2) 1 October 14, 1960 0 Calgary, Alberta SW show Defeated Ed Francis and Luigi Mecera to win the vacant titles. [1][2]
17 The Brunettis
(Guy Brunetti and Joe Brunetti)
1 February 24, 1961 275 N/A SW show [1][2]
Vacated July 16, 1961 N/A N/A Championship vacated the Brunettis no show a title match. [1][2]
18 Tiny Mills and Jack Daniels 1 November 24, 1961 14 Calgary, Alberta SW show Won tournament to crown new champions. [1][2]
19 The Torres Brothers
(Alberto and Ramón)
1 December 8, 1961 144 Calgary, Alberta SW show [1][2]
Vacated May 1, 1962 N/A N/A Championship vacated when the Torres brothers stop working for Stampede Wrestling [1][2]
20 Alexis Bruga and Aldo Bogni 1 May 3, 1962 8 Regina, Saskatchewan SW show Defeat John Foti and Bill Wright in a tournament final. [1][2]
21 Sandor Kovacs and Czaya Nandor 1 May 11, 1962 6 Calgary, Alberta SW show [1][2]
22 Alexis Bruga and Aldo Bogni 2 May 17, 1962 7 Regina, Saskatchewan SW show [1][2]
23 Sandor Kovacs and Czaya Nandor 2 May 24, 1962 222 Calgary, Alberta SW show [1][2]
24 Jim Wright (3) and Mike Sharpe, Sr. 1 January 1, 1963 17 N/A SW show [1][2]
25 Bravo and Ron Etchison 1 January 18, 1963 25 Calgary, Alberta SW show [1][2]
26 Jim Wright (4) and Luke Graham 1 February 12, 1963 2 N/A SW show [1][2]
27 Bravo and Ron Etchison 2 February 14, 1963 14 Regina, Saskatchewan SW show [1][2]
28 Jerry Graham and Jim Wright (5) 1 February 28, 1963 21 Calgary, Alberta SW show [1][2][4]
29 Bravo and Ron Etchison 3 March 21, 1963 1 N/A SW show [1][2]
30 Jim Wright (6) and Masked Destroyer 1 March 22, 1963 21 Calgary, Alberta SW show [1][2]
31 Ricky Waldo and Karl von Schober 1 April 12, 1963 21 Calgary, Alberta SW show [1][2]
32 Jim Wright (7) and Masked Destroyer (2) 2 May 3, 1963 80 N/A SW show [1][2]
33 Kenji Shibuya and Mitsu Arakawa 1 July 22, 1963 99 N/A SW show [1][2]
34 Ron Etchison (4) and Dan Miller 1 October 29, 1963 28 Calgary, Alberta SW show [1][2]
35 The Flying Scotts
(George and Sandy)
4 November 26, 1963 1 Edmonton, Alberta SW show Also billed as NAWA Title. [1][2]
36 Art and Stan Neilson 1 November 27, 1963 1 Saskatoon, Saskatchewan SW show [1][2]
37 The Flying Scotts
(George and Sandy)
5 November 28, 1963 1 Edmonton, Alberta SW show [1][2]
38 Art and Stan Neilson 2 November 29, 1963 21 Calgary, Alberta SW show [1][2]
39 The Flying Scotts
(George and Sandy)
6 December 20, 1963 1,239 Calgary, Alberta SW show [1][2]
40 The Von Steigers
(Kurt and Karl)
1 May 12, 1967 35 Calgary, Alberta SW show [1][2]
41 The Christys
(Bobby and Jerry)
1 June 16, 1967 25 Calgary, Alberta SW show [1][2]
Vacated July 11, 1967 N/A N/A Championship vacated after a match against the Beast and Bob Sweetan [1][2]
42 The Beast and Bob Sweetan 1 July 12, 1967 541 Calgary, Alberta SW show won the rematch against The Christys. [1][2][5]
43 Jos Leduc and Paul Leduc 1 January 3, 1969 64 N/A SW show [1][2]
44 Bud and Ray Osborne 1 March 8, 1969 24 N/A SW show [1][2]
45 Bob Sweetan (2) and Fred Sweetan 1 April 1, 1969 17 Edmonton, Alberta SW show [1][2]
46 Bud and Ray Osborne 2 April 18, 1969 80 Calgary, Alberta SW show [1][2]
47 Clem St. Louis and Jack Pesek 1 July 7, 1969 162 N/A SW show [1][2]
48 Bud and Ray Osborne 3 December 16, 1969 1 Calgary, Alberta SW show [1][2]
49 Gil Hayes and Bill Dromo 1 December 17, 1969 2 N/A SW show [1][2]
50 The Christys
(Bobby and Jerry)
2 December 19, 1969 56 Calgary, Alberta SW show [1][2]
51 Gil Hayes and Bill Dromo 2 February 13, 1970 21 Calgary, Alberta SW show [1][2]
52 The Christys
(Bobby and Jerry)
3 March 6, 1970 112 Calgary, Alberta SW show [1][2]
53 Gil Hayes (3) and Bob Sweetan (3) 1 June 26, 1970 7 N/A SW show [1][2]
54 Bud and Ray Osborne 4 July 3, 1970 63 N/A SW show [1][2]
55 The Christys
(Bobby and Jerry)
4 September 4, 1970 32 Calgary, Alberta SW show [1][2]
56 Bob Sweetan (4) and Paul Peller 1 October 6, 1970 172 N/A SW show [1][2]
Vacated March 27, 1971 N/A N/A Championship vacated when Sweetan left Stampede Wrestling [1][2]
57 Earl Black and Tiger Joe Tomasso 1 July 9, 1971 32 N/A SW show Won tournament. [1][2]
58 Dan Kroffat and Bill Cody 1 August 10, 1971 1 N/A SW show [1][2]
59 Earl Black and Tiger Joe Tomasso 2 August 11, 1971 51 Saskatoon, Saskatchewan SW show [1][2]
60 Michel Martel and Danny Babich 1 October 1, 1971 15 Calgary, Alberta SW show [1][2]
61 Chin Lee and Sugi Sito 1 October 16, 1971 97 Calgary, Alberta SW show [1][2]
62 Tiger Joe Tomasso (3) and Dave Ruhl 1 January 21, 1972 106 Calgary, Alberta SW show [1][2]
63 Chin Lee and Sugi Sito 2 May 6, 1972 83 Calgary, Alberta SW show [1][2]
64 Geoff Portz and Jeff Atcheson (2) 1 July 28, 1972 63 N/A SW show [1][2]
65 Tor Kamata and Sugi Sito (3) 1 September 29, 1972 42 N/A SW show [1][2]
66 Dan Kroffat (2) and Lenny Hurst 1 November 10, 1972 9 N/A SW show [1][2]
67 Tiger Joe Tomasso (4) and Gil Hayes (4) 1 November 19, 1972 26 N/A SW show [1][2]
68 Michel Martel and Danny Babich 2 December 15, 1972 1 N/A SW show [1][2]
69 George Gordienko and Super Hawk 1 December 16, 1972 7 N/A SW show [1][2]
70 Michel Martel and Danny Babich 3 December 23, 1972 28 N/A SW show [1][2]
71 Dan Kroffat (3) and Lenny Hurst 2 January 20, 1973 20 Edmonton, Alberta SW show [1][2]
72 Michel Martel and Danny Babich 4

February 9, 1973

63 Calgary, Alberta SW show [1][2]
73 Carlos Belafonte and Gino Caruso 1 April 13, 1973 [Note 1] N/A SW show [1][2]
Vacated May 1973 N/A N/A Championship vacated when Belafonte was injured [1][2]
74 The Wild Samoans
(Afa and Sika)
1 May 1973 [Note 2] N/A SW show [1][2]
75 Chatti Yokouchi and Yasu Fuji 1 June 8, 1973 35 N/A SW show [1][2]
76 Dan Kroffat (4) and Bill Cody (2) 1 July 13, 1973 7 Calgary, Alberta SW show [1][2]
77 Gil Hayes (5) and Benny Ramírez 1 July 20, 1973 41 Calgary, Alberta SW show [1][2]
78 The Wild Samoans
(Afa and Sika)
2 August 30, 1973 9 N/A SW show [1][2]
79 Chatti Yokouchi and Yasu Fuji 2 September 8, 1973 27 Edmonton, Alberta SW show [1][2]
80 Bob Pringle and Bill Cody (3) 1 October 5, 1973 92 Calgary, Alberta SW show [1][2]
81 The Kiwis
(Sweet William and Nick Carter)
1 January 5, 1974 123 Calgary, Alberta SW show [1][2]
82 Tokyo Joe and Great Saki 1 May 8, 1974 3 Calgary, Alberta SW show [1][2]
83 The Kiwis
(Sweet William and Nick Carter)
2 May 11, 1974 67 N/A SW show [1][2]
84 Stan Kowalski and Duke Savage 1 July 17, 1974 18 N/A SW show [1][2]
85 Rick Martel and Lenny Hurst (3) 1 August 4, 1974 75 N/A SW show [1][2]
86 Pat and Mike Kelly 1 October 18, 1974 98 N/A SW show [1][2]
87 Frankie Laine and Len Thornton 1 January 24, 1975 98 Calgary, Alberta SW show [1][2]
88 Mr. Hito (2) and John Quinn 1 May 2, 1975 105 N/A SW show Mr. Hito previously held the championship under the name "Tokyo Joe" [1][2]
Vacated August 15, 1975 N/A N/A Championship vacated when Mr. Hito went to Japan [1][2]
89 Mr. Hito (3) and Gil Hayes (6) 1 December 12, 1975 14 N/A SW show Won tournament [1][2]
90 Ed and Jerry Morrow 1 December 26, 1975 56 Calgary, Alberta SW show [1][2]
91 Ripper Collins and Don Gagne 1 February 20, 1976 42 N/A SW show [1][2]
92 Lumberjack Luke and Prince Tapu 1 April 2, 1976 7 Calgary, Alberta SW show [1][2]
93 Ripper Collins (2) and Bobby Bass 1 April 9, 1976 28 N/A SW show [1][2]
94 Gama Singh and Crary Stevenson 1 May 7, 1976 25 N/A SW show [1][2]
95 Ed Morrow (2) and Gama Singh (2) 1 June 1, 1976 17 N/A N/A Morrow replaced Crary Stevenson. [1][2]
96 Mr. Hito (4) and Higo Hamaguchi 1 June 18, 1976 70 Calgary, Alberta SW show [1][2]
97 Ed (3) and Jerry Morrow (2) 2 August 27, 1976 28 Calgary, Alberta SW show [1][2]
98 Ripper Collins (3) and Larry Sharpe 1 September 24, 1976 21 Calgary, Alberta SW show [1][2]
99 Ed (4) and Jerry Morrow (3) 3 October 15, 1976 49 Calgary, Alberta SW show [1][2]
100 The Cuban Assassins
(Cuban Assassin #1 and Cuban Assassin #2)
1 December 3, 1976 77 N/A SW show [1][2]
101 Leo Burke and Keith Hart 1 February 18, 1977 47 N/A SW show [1][2]
102 The Royal Kangaroos
(Jonathan Boyd and Norman Frederick Charles III)
1 April 6, 1977 163 N/A SW show [1][2]
103 Leo Burke (2) and Bobby Burke 1 September 16, 1977 85 N/A SW show [1][2]
104 Mr. Hito (5) and Michel Martel (4) 1 December 10, 1977 69 Edmonton, Alberta SW show [1][2]
105 Jerry Morrow (4) and George Wells 1 February 17, 1978 2 Calgary, Alberta SW show [1][2]
106 Norman Frederick Charles III (2) and Cuban Assassin (2) 1 February 19, 1978 69 N/A SW show [1][2]
107 Keith Hart (2) and Hubert Gallant 1 April 29, 1978 125 N/A SW show [1][2]
108 The Castillo Brothers
(Raul and Fidel)
1 September 1, 1978 72 N/A SW show [1][2]
109 The Hart Family
(Keith (3) and Bret)
1 November 12, 1978 90 Edmonton, Alberta SW show [1][2]
110 Mr. Hito (6) and Mr. Sakurada 1 February 10, 1979 55 Calgary, Alberta SW show [1][2]
111 Leo Burke (3) and Keith Hart (4) 2 April 6, 1979 91 Calgary, Alberta SW show [1][2]
112 Dory Funk, Jr. and Larry Lane 1 July 6, 1979 1 N/A SW show [1][2]
113 Mr. Hito (7) and Mr. Sakurada 2 July 7, 1979 53 Edmonton, Alberta SW show [1][2]
114 The Hart Family
(Keith (5) and Bret)
2 August 29, 1979 44 N/A SW show [1][2]
Vacated October 12, 1979 N/A N/A Championship vacated when Bret Hart won the Stampede British Commonwealth Mid-Heavyweight Championship. [1][2]
115 Dynamite Kid and Sekigawa 1 December 21, 1979 36 Calgary, Alberta SW show Defeat Leo Burke and Hubert Gallant in tournament final. [1][2]
116 The Hart Family
(Keith (6) and Bret)
3 January 26, 1980 63 N/A SW show [1][2]
117 Dynamite Kid (2) and Loch Ness Monster 1 March 29, 1980 20 N/A SW show [1][2]
118 The Hart Family
(Keith (7) and Bret)
4 April 18, 1980 46 N/A SW show [1][2]
119 Dynamite Kid (3) and Kasavudu 1 June 3, 1980 23 Regina, Saskatchewan SW show [1][2]
120 The Hart Family
(Keith (8) and Bret)
5 June 26, 1980 34 N/A SW show [1][2]
121 Kasavudu (2) and Sekigawa (3) 1 July 30, 1980 59 N/A SW show [1][2]
122 Jim Neidhart and Hercules Ayala 1 September 27, 1980 56 N/A SW show [1][2]
123 Duke Myers and Bobby Bass (2) 1 November 22, 1980 10 N/A SW show [1][2]
124 Leo (4) and Bobby Burke 2 December 2, 1980 74 Creston, British Columbia SW show [1][2]
125 Duke Myers (2) and Mike Sharpe Jr. 1 February 14, 1981 223 N/A SW show [1][2]
126 Duke Myers (3) and Kerry Brown 1 September 25, 1981 157 N/A SW show Sharpe and Brown split in September 1981 both chose new tag team partners and had a match. [1][2]
Vacated March 1, 1982 N/A N/A Championship vacated when Brown and Myers are involved in a car accident.| [1][2]
127 Duke Myers (4) and Kerry Brown 2 March 23, 1982 9 Regina, Saskatchewan SW show Defeat David Schultz and Leo Burke in tournament final. [1][2]
128 Bruce Hart (2) and Davey Boy Smith 1 April 1, 1982 89 N/A SW show [1][2]
129 Duke Myers (5) and Dynamite Kid (4) 1 June 29, 1982 143 N/A SW show [1][2]
130 Leo Burke (5) and Bret Hart (7) 1 November 19, 1982 19 Calgary, Alberta SW show [1][2]
131 Duke Myers (6) and Kerry Brown 3 December 8, 1982 93 Edmonton, Alberta SW show [1][2]
132 Jim Neidhart (2) and Mr. Hito (8) 1 March 11, 1983 182 Calgary, Alberta SW show [1][2]
133 Cuban Assassin (3) and Francisco Flores 1 September 9, 1983 40 Calgary, Alberta SW show [1][2]
134 Bruce Hart (3) and Davey Boy Smith (2) 1 October 19, 1983 131 N/A SW show [1][2]
135 Danny Davis and Hubert Gallant (2) 1 February 27, 1984 25 Vancouver, British Columbia SW show [1][2][6]
Vacated March 23, 1984 N/A N/A Championship vacated after a match against Phil Lafleur and Ben Bassarab. [1][2]
136 The British Bulldogs
(Dynamite Kid (5) and Davey Boy Smith (3))
1 March 31, 1984 8 Calgary, Alberta SW show Defeat Bad News Allen and Cuban Assassin in tournament final. [1][2]
Vacated August 23, 1984 N/A N/A Championship vacated when promotion was sold to the WWF. Dynamite Kid and Davey Boy Smith join WWF [1][2]
137 Honky Tonk Wayne Ferris and Ron Starr 1 October 25, 1985 105 Calgary, Alberta SW show Defeat Kerry Brown and Hubert Gallant in tournament final. [1][2]
138 Leo Burke (6) and Ron Ritchie 1 February 7, 1986 0 Calgary, Alberta SW show [1][2][7]
Vacated February 7, 1986 N/A N/A Championship vacated when Starr and Wayne ran off with the belts. [1][2]
139 Honky Tonk Wayne Ferris and Ron Starr 2 February 21, 1986 8 Calgary, Alberta SW show Defeated Burke and Ritchie in rematch. [1][2]
140 Chris Benoit and Ben Bassarab 1 March 1, 1986 20 Regina, Saskatchewan SW show [1][2]
141 Honky Tonk Wayne Ferris (3) and Cuban Assassin (4) 1 March 21, 1986 42 Calgary, Alberta SW show [1][2]
142 Chris Benoit (2) and Keith Hart (8) 1 May 2, 1986 28 Calgary, Alberta SW show [1][2]
Vacated May 30, 1986 Calgary, Alberta N/A Championship vacated after a match against Duke Meyers and Kerry Brown [1][2]
143 Duke Myers (7) and Kerry Brown (4) 4 June 6, 1986 63 Calgary, Alberta SW show Defeated Benoit and Hart in rematch. [1][2]
144 Ben Bassarab (2) and Owen Hart 1 August 8, 1986 56 Edmonton, Alberta SW show [1][2]
145 The Viet Cong Express
(Hiroshi Hase and Fumihiro Niikura)
1 October 3, 1986 [Note 3] Calgary, Alberta SW show [1][2]
Vacated January 1987 N/A N/A Championship vacated when Niikura returned to Japan and suffered health problems. [1][2]
146 Bad Company
(Bruce Hart (4) and Brian Pillman)
1 April 5, 1987 187 Calgary, Alberta SW show Defeated Cuban Assassin and Ron Starr in tournament final. [1][2]
Vacated October 9, 1987 N/A N/A Championship vacated after a match against Karachi Vice [1][2]
147 Karachi Vice
(Makhan Singh and Jerry Morrow (5))
1 November 11, 1987 2 Great Falls, Montana SW show won the rematch. [1][2]
148 Bad Company
(Bruce Hart (5) and Brian Pillman)
2 November 13, 1987 252 Calgary, Alberta SW show [1][2]
149 The Cuban Commandos
(Jerry Morrow (6) and Cuban Assassin (5))
1 July 22, 1988 77 Calgary, Alberta SW show [1][2]
150 Chris Benoit (3) and Lance Idol 1 October 7, 1988 21 Calgary, Alberta SW show [1][2]
151 The Cuban Commandos
(Jerry Morrow (7) and Cuban Assassin (6))
2 October 28, 1988 45 Calgary, Alberta SW show [1][2]
152 The British Bulldogs
(Dynamite Kid (6) and Davey Boy Smith (4))
2 December 12, 1988 18 Calgary, Alberta SW show [1][2]
153 Karachi Vice
(Makhan Singh (2) and Vokkan Singh)
1 December 30, 1988 95 Calgary, Alberta SW show [1][2]
154 Chris Benoit (4) and Biff Wellington 1 April 4, 1989 66 Calgary, Alberta SW show [1][2]
155 Bob and Kerry Brown (5) 1 June 9, 1989 70 Calgary, Alberta SW show [1][2]
156 Benkei Sasaki and Sumo Hara 1 August 18, 1989 42 Calgary, Alberta SW show [1][2][8]
157 The Blackhearts
(Apocalypse and Destruction)
1 September 29, 1989 56 Calgary, Alberta SW show [1][2]
Abandoned November 24, 1989 N/A N/A Stampede Wrestling closed [2]
158 Greg Pawluk and Johnny Devine 1 February 4, 2000 126 Calgary, Alberta SW show Defeated Dick Raines and Tiger Mahatma Khan in tournament final [2]
159 Dick Raines and Frank Einstein 1 June 9, 2000 [Note 4] Calgary, Alberta SW show [2]
Vacated 2000 N/A N/A Championship vacated for undocumented reasons [2]
160 Bruce Hart (6) and Teddy Hart 1 April 5, 2002 [Note 5] Calgary, Alberta SW show Defeat Dave Swift and Apocalypse in a tournament final. [2]
161 Bruce Hart (7) and TJ Wilson 1 April 2002 [Note 6] N/A SW show Wilson replaced the injured Ted Hart. [2]
162 Harry Smith and Apocalypse 1 March 26, 2004 [Note 7] Calgary, Alberta SW show Defeated Dave Swift and Johnny Devine in tournament final [2]
Vacated April 3, 2004 (NLT) N/A N/A Championship vacated when Smith and Apocalypse split up. [2]
163 Apocalypse (2) and Dave Swift 1 April 4, 2004 54 Calgary, Alberta SW show Defeat Harry Smith and Johnny Devine. [2]
164 Harry Smith (2) and Kirk Melnick 1 May 28, 2004 175 Calgary, Alberta SW show [2]
165 Duke Durango (2) and Karnage 1 November 19, 2004 105 Calgary, Alberta SW show Dick Durango previously held the championship under the name Dick Raines [2]
166 Karachi Vice
(Tiger Raj Singh and Gama Singh, Jr.)
1 March 4, 2005 245 Calgary, Alberta SW show [2]
167 Randy Myers and Pete Wilson 1 November 4, 2005 42 Calgary, Alberta SW show [2]
168 Karachi Vice
(Tiger Raj Singh and Gama Singh, Jr.)
2 December 16, 2005 196 Calgary, Alberta SW show [2]
169 Duke Durango (3) and Chris Steele 1 June 30, 2006 28 Calgary, Alberta SW show [2]
170 Juggernaut and Pete Wilson (2) 1 July 28, 2006 114 Calgary, Alberta SW show [2]
171 Juggernaut (2) and TJ Wilson (2) 1 November 19, 2006 83 Calgary, Alberta SW show T.J. replaced the injured Pete Wilson [2]
172 The A-Team
(Dusty Adonis and Michael Avery)
1 February 10, 2007 279 Calgary, Alberta SW show Lost to Juggernaut and Wilson in a title match but were awarded the belts since Wilson was leaving the promotion for WWE. [2]
173 Funky Bunch
(Mark Avery (2) and Phoenix Taylor)
1 November 16, 2007 119 Calgary, Alberta SW show [2]
174 The Elite
(Chris Steele (2) and Pete Wilson (3))
1 March 14, 2008 43 Calgary, Alberta SW show [2]
Abandoned April 26, 2008 N/A N/A Stampede Wrestling closed. [2]

FootnotesEdit

  1. ^ The exact date Belafonte and Caruso lost the championship is uncertain, which means that their reign lasted between 18 and 48 days.
  2. ^ The exact date Belafonte and Caruso lost the championship is uncertain, which means that their reign lasted between 1 and 30 days.
  3. ^ The exact date the championship was vacated is uncertain, which means that the championship reign lasted between 90 and 120 days.
  4. ^ The exact date the championship was vacated is unknown, which means the championship reign lasted between 1 and 205 days.
  5. ^ The exact date the championship was lost is unknown, which means the championship reign lasted between 1 and 25 days.
  6. ^ The exact date the championship was won is unknown, which means the championship reign lasted between 696 and 720 days.
  7. ^ The exact date the championship was vacated is unknown, which means the championship reign lasted between 1 and 8 days.

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