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WWC Caribbean Tag Team Championship

WWC Caribbean Tag Team Championship was a third-string Tag Team title that was defended in the World Wrestling Council.

WWC Caribbean Tag Team Championship
Details
PromotionUniversal Wrestling Promotions
Top Heavyweight Wrestling Promotions
World Wrestling Promotions
World Wrestling Council (WWC)
Date establishedUnknown
Date retiredDecember 1, 1991
Other name(s)
  • UWP Caribbean Tag Team Championship
  • THWP Caribbean Tag Team Championship
  • WWP Caribbean Tag Team Championship
  • NWA Caribbean Tag Team Championship

Title historyEdit

Wrestler: Times: Date: Place: Notes:
UWP Caribbean Tag Team Championship
Castillo Brothers
(Raúl Castillo & Fidel Castillo)
1 ??? ??? Billed as inaugural champions
The Hart Family
(Smith Hart & Bret Hart)
1 1978
Unknown
THWP Caribbean Tag Team Championship
Bill Martínez & Henry London 1 August 11, 1979<
Los Hermanos Perón
(Chicky Starr & Ángelo Rivera)
1 August 17, 1979 Vega Alta, Puerto Rico
WWP Caribbean Tag Team Championship
Kengo Arakawa & Kendo Kimura 1 September 29, 1979 Vega Alta, Puerto Rico
Hiro Sasaki & Masa Sasaki 1 November 17, 1979
Unknown
WWC Caribbean Tag Team Championship
The Fabulous Kangaroos
(Don Kent & Bruno Bekkar)
1 December 20, 1981 San Juan, Puerto Rico
Invader I & Super Gladiator 1 1982 ???
The Moondogs
(Rex & Spot)
1 April 27, 1982<
Unknown
Buddy Landel & Terry Gibbs 1 May 14, 1983 San Juan, Puerto Rico
Super Médicos
(Super Médico I & Super Médico II)
1 September 17, 1983< [1][circular reference]
Unknown
Superflys
(Eric & Charlie)
1 May 22, 1987 Manati, Puerto Rico Defeated Super Invader and Super Médico.
Vacated in 1987
Samoan Swat Team
(Fatu & Samu)
1 November 7, 1987 Guaynabo, Puerto Rico Defeated Invader I & Invader III in a tournament final.
The Youngbloods
(Mark Youngblood & Chris Youngblood)
1 December 12, 1987 Bayamón, Puerto Rico
The Kansas City Jayhawks
(Bobby Jaggers & Dan Kroffat)
1 February 6, 1988 Guaynabo, Puerto Rico
The Youngbloods
(Mark Youngblood & Chris Youngblood)
2 April 23, 1988 Guaynabo, Puerto Rico
The Kansas City Jayhawks
(Bobby Jaggers & Dan Kroffat)
2 June 11, 1988 Caguas, Puerto Rico
The Caribbean Express
(Jesus Castillo, Jr. & Miguel Pérez Jr.)
1 December 15, 1988 Bayamón, Puerto Rico
Ninja Express
(Kensuke Sasaki & Mr.Pogo)
1 January 14, 1989 Caguas, Puerto Rico
The Youngbloods
(Mark Youngblood & Chris Youngblood)
3 March 4, 1989 San Juan, Puerto Rico [2]
Vacated on March 6, 1989 when Mark & Chris Youngblood left the company.
The Caribbean Express
(Huracán Castillo Jr. & Miguel Pérez Jr.)
2 March 15, 1989 Bayamón, Puerto Rico Titles was awarded.
Ninja Express
(Kensuke Sasaki & Mr.Pogo)
2 April 1, 1989 San Juan, Puerto Rico
The Batten Twins
(Brad Batten & Bart Batten)
1 April 2, 1989 Dorado, Puerto Rico
Held up after a match between Batten Twins and The Caribbean Express (Miguel Pérez, Jr. & Huracán Castillo, Jr.) on April 29, 1989 in Carolina, Puerto Rico.
The Batten Twins
(Brad Batten & Bart Batten)
2 May 14, 1989 San Juan, Puerto Rico Defeated Castillo, Jr. and Pérez in a rematch.
The Caribbean Express
(Huracán Castillo Jr. & Miguel Pérez Jr.)
3 June 9, 1989 Jayuya, Puerto Rico
Los Mercenarios
(Cuban Assassin & Jerry Morrow)
1 October 7, 1989 Bayamón, Puerto Rico
Los Nuevos Mercenarios
(Cuban Assassin (2) & Ron Starr)
1 January 25, 1990 ??? Ron Starr replaces Jerry Morrow who quit from the company.
Vacated when Los Nuevos Mercenarios gave up the titles on February 25, 1990.
The Invaders
(Invader I (2) & Invader IV)
1 March 10, 1990 Caguas, Puerto Rico Defeated Cuban Assassin & Ron Starr in a Tournament final.
Leo Burke & Chicky Starr (2) 1 March 25, 1990 San Juan, Puerto Rico
The Invaders
(Invader I (3) & Invader IV (2))
2 May 5, 1990 Caguas, Puerto Rico [3]
Los Mercenarios
(Cuban Assassin (3) & Jerry Morrow (2))
2 June 24, 1990 Juana Diaz, Puerto Rico
The Caribbean Express
(Huracán Castillo, Jr. & Miguel Pérez, Jr.)
4 July 7, 1990 Bayamón, Puerto Rico
Rick Valentine & Eric Embry 1 September 23, 1990 Juana Diaz, Puerto Rico
Super Médicos
(Super Médico I (2) & Super Médico III)
1 November 10, 1990 Bayamón, Puerto Rico
Rick Valentine (2) & Eric Embry (2) 2 December 15, 1990 Bayamón, Puerto Rico
Super Médicos
(Super Médico I (3) & Super Médico III)
2 January 6, 1991 San Juan, Puerto Rico
Rick Valentine (3) & Gran Mendoza 1 January 23, 1991 San Juan, Puerto Rico
The Caribbean Express
(Huracán Castillo, Jr. & Miguel Pérez, Jr.)
5 March 9, 1991 Carolina, Puerto Rico
Vacated when The Caribbean Express win the WWC World Tag Team Titles on June 8, 1991 in San Juan, Puerto Rico.
The State Patrol
(Dudley Doright & Lt. James Earl Wright)
1 July 1991 Defeat Los Originales Nenes de Las Nenas in an 8-tag team tournament final.[4]
Los Originales Nenes de las Nenas
(Ray González & Ricky Santana)
1 August 24, 1991 Ponce, Puerto Rico [5]
Dusty Wolfe & Gran Mendoza (2) 1 September 8, 1991? Mayagüez, Puerto Rico?
Los Originales Nenes de las Nenas
(Ray González & Ricky Santana)
2 September 28, 1991 Carolina, Puerto Rico
Vacated and abandoned on December 1, 1991 when Ray Gonzalez leaves the company.
NWA Caribbean Tag Team Champions
Mandella & Sabud 1 March 6, 1992 Dominican Republic Recognized by NWA for a briefly time.
Abandoned later September 2, 1992

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ WWC Aniversario
  2. ^ Hoops, Brian (March 4, 2017). "Daily Pro Wrestling History (03/04): ROH 10th Anniversary Show". Wrestling Observer Figure Four Online. Retrieved March 5, 2017.
  3. ^ F4W Staff (May 5, 2015). "On this day in pro wrestling history (May 5): Bruno Vs. Gorilla in Puerto Rico, 2nd annual Von Erich Memorial Parade of Champions". Wrestling Observer Figure Four Online. Retrieved February 10, 2017.
  4. ^ ClassicsWWC (2017-03-19), WWC: Ray González vs. Fidel Sierra (1991), retrieved 2019-07-15
  5. ^ HavocWWC (2009-01-19), WWC: Trayectoria de Ray Gonzalez - parte 1, retrieved 2019-07-15

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