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The wXw World Tag Team Championship[1] is a professional wrestling world tag team championship contested for in the German professional wrestling promotion, Westside Xtreme Wrestling (wXw).

wXw World Tag Team Championship
Details
PromotionWestside Xtreme Wrestling
Date establishedJune 1, 2001
Current champion(s)Pretty Bastards
(Maggot & Prince Ahura)
Date wonOctober 6, 2019
Other name(s)
wXw Tag Team Championship (2001–2009)

The inaugural champions was Swi$$ Money Holding (Claudio Castagnoli & Ares). They claim to have bought the titles on June 1, 2001.[2] The current champions are Pretty Bastards (Maggot & Prince Ahura) who are in their first reign.

Title historyEdit

As of October 15, 2019.

Key
No. Overall reign number
Reign Reign number for the specific champion
Days Number of days held
<1 Reign lasted less than a day
+ Current reign is changing daily
No. Champion Championship change Reign statistics Notes Ref.
Date Event Location Reign Days
1 Swi$$ Money Holding
(Claudio Castagnoli & Ares)
June 1, 2001 House show N/A 1 30 The Swi$$ Money Holding claim to have bought the wXw Tag Team Championship [1][2]
2 Euro Threat
(Thomas Blade & SigMasta Rappo)
July 1, 2001 Dead End Essen, Germany 1 56 [1][2]
3 Long and Thick
(Bas & Mot van Kunder)
August 26, 2001 Broken Rulz Essen, Germany 1 161 [1][2]
4 Swi$$ Money Holding
(Claudio Castagnoli & Ares)
February 3, 2002 Payback Nürnberg, Germany 2 104 [1][2]
5 Euro Threat
(Crazy Johnny Tiger & SigMasta Rappo (2))
May 18, 2002 Dead End 2 Essen, Germany 1 42 [1][2]
6 Legendary Thomas Blade (2) & Scorpion June 29, 2002 Broken Rulz 2 Essen, Germany 1 <1 [1][2]
7 Swi$$ Money Holding
(Claudio Castagnoli & Ares)
June 29, 2002 Broken Rulz 2 Essen, Germany 3 294 [1][2]
8 Wrecking Crew
(Legendary Thomas Blade (3) & Chris Combat)
April 19, 2003 Got Eggs? - Day 2 Essen, Germany 1 63 [1][2]
9 The 69ers
(Hate & Martin Nolte)
June 21, 2003 Dead End 3 Essen, Germany 1 189 [1][2]
10 The New 69ers
(Hate (2) & Tyrant)
December 27, 2003 3rd Anniversary HUSS-Mas Essen, Germany 1 266 Tyrant replaced Martin Nolte as Hate's tag team partner [1][2]
11 Next Generation Superstars
(Steve Douglas & Alex Pain)
September 18, 2004 Full Force II - Good Times, Great Memories Essen, Germany 1 84 [1][2]
12 Dark Dream
(X-dream & Darksoul)
December 11, 2004 4th Anniversary Show Essen, Germany 1 147 [1][2]
13 High Class Catch Club
(Baron von Hagen & Adam Polak)
May 7, 2005 Full Force III Essen, Germany 1 77 [1][2]
14 GTS & Iceman July 23, 2005 Full Force IV Essen, Germany 1 273 [1][2]
15 High Class Catch Club
(Baron von Hagen & Adam Polak)
April 22, 2006 Full Force V - The Final Encounter Essen, Germany 2 147 [1][2]
16 Murat Bosporus & Wesley Croton September 16, 2006 World Lightweight Tournament Essen, Germany 1 133 [1][2]
17 Absolute Andy & Josh Abercrombie January 27, 2007 Back To The Roots VI Oberhausen, Germany 1 <1 [1][2]
18 Murat Bosporus & Wesley Croton January 27, 2007 Back To The Roots VI Oberhausen, Germany 2 98 [1][2]
19 AbLas
(Absolute Andy (2) & Steve Douglas)
May 5, 2007 16 Carat Gold Tournament 2007 - Offer Show Essen, Germany 1 203 [1][2]
20 Chris Hero & Marc Roudin November 24, 2007 7th Anniversary Show - Strong Style Tournament Oberhausen, Germany 1 211 [1][2]
21 AbLas
(Absolute Andy (3) & Steve Douglas (2))
June 22, 2008 Dead End VIII - Day 2: European Navigation Oberhausen, Germany 2 34 [1][2]
22 Doug Williams & Martin Stone July 26, 2008 Broken Rulz VIII Oberhausen, Germany 1 371 [1][2]
23 The Kartel
(Sha Samuels & Terry Frazier)
August 1, 2009 Fans Appreciation Night 2009 Oberhausen, Germany 1 63 [1][2]
24 The Switchblade Conspiracy
(Jon Moxley & Sami Callihan)
October 3, 2009 True Colors 2009 - World Tag Team Title Tournament Oberhausen, Germany 1 310 After winning the Tag Team Championship, The Switchblade Conspiracy made the titles to an World Tag Team Championship [1][2]
Vacated August 9, 2010 Because The Switchblade Conspiracy were not able to be booked from wXw in Europe anymore, wXw have stripped The Switchblade Conspiracy of the World Tag Team Championship [1][2]
25 Oberhausen Terror Corps
(Bad Bones & Carnage)
September 11, 2010 True Colors 2010 Oberhausen, Germany 1 183 [1][2]
26 The Mind
(Adam Polak (3) & Karsten Beck)
March 13, 2011 16 Carat Gold 2011 - Day 3 Oberhausen, Germany 1 189 [1][2]
27 The Wanderers
(Jason Hendrix & Jay Skillet)
September 18, 2011 Live In Mannheim Mannheim, Germany 1 13 [1][2]
28 Sumerian Death Squad
(Michael Dante & Tommy End)
October 1, 2011 CZW Back In Germany Oberhausen, Germany 1 316 [1][2]
29 RockSkillet
(Jay Skillet (2) & Jonathan Gresham)
August 12, 2012 Fans Appreciation Weekend 2012 - Day 2 Oberhausen, Germany 1 203 [1][2]
30 The AUTsiders
(Big van Walter & Robert Dreissker)
March 3, 2013 16 Carat Gold 2013 - Day 3 Oberhausen, Germany 1 258 [1][2]
31 HOT & SPICY
(Axel Dieter Jr. & Da Mack)
November 16, 2013 13th Anniversary Tour: Hamburg Hamburg, Germany 1 119 [1][2]
32 Matt Striker and Trent? March 15, 2014 16 Carat Gold 2014 - Day 2 Oberhausen, Germany 1 1 [1][2]
33 HOT & SPICY
(Axel Dieter Jr. & Da Mack)
March 16, 2014 16 Carat Gold 2014 - Day 3 Oberhausen, Germany 2 216 [1][2]
34 French Flavour
(Lucas Di Leo & Peter Fischer)
October 18, 2014 14th Anniversary Tour: SlamMania II Mannheim, Germany 1 245 [1][2]
35 Team Prost
(Toby Blunt & Mike Schwarz)
June 20, 2015 More Than Wrestling Tour: Finale - Shortcut To The Top Oberhausen, Germany 1 103 [1][2]
Vacated October 1, 2015 Westside Xtreme Wrestling Headquarter & wXw-Homepage Essen, Germany Team Prost had give up the wXw World Tag Team Championship voluntary before the wXw World Tag Team Championship [1][2]
36 ZackDaddy
(Big Daddy Walter (2) & Zack Sabre Jr.)
October 4, 2015 World Tag Team Tournament 2015 - Day 3 Oberhausen, Germany 1 69 Big Daddy Walter and Zack Sabre Jr. won the Tournament Final for the wXw World Tag Team Championship [1][2]
37 Cerberus
(Ilja Dragunov & Robert Dreissker (2))
December 12, 2015 15th Anniversary Show Oberhausen, Germany 1 132 [1][2]
38 Sumerian Death Squad
(Michael Dante & Tommy End)
April 22, 2016 wXw Superstars Of Wrestling III - Day 1 Hamburg, Germany 2 43 [1][2]
39 Cerberus
(Dirty Dragan, Ilja Dragunov (2) & Julian Nero)
June 4, 2016 wXw More Than Wrestling Tour 2016: Tourfinal - The Shortcut To The Top Oberhausen, Germany 1 118 [1][2]
Vacated September 30, 2016 Vacated due to Cerberus failing to advance to the finals of the World Tag Team Tournament [1][2]
40 JML
(David Starr & Shane Strickland)
October 2, 2016 wXw World Tag Team League 2016 - Day 3 Oberhausen, Germany 1 16 Defeated The Leaders Of The New School (Marty Scurll & Zack Sabre Jr.) in tournament final [1][2]
Vacated October 18, 2016 Vacated due to Shane Strickland making no further appearances in wXw [1][2]
41 A4
(Absolute Andy & Marius Al-Ani)
October 22, 2016 wXw Broken Rules XVI Frankfurt, Germany 1 203 Defeated David Starr and Lio Rush for the vacant titles [1][2]
42 The Young Lions
(Lucky Kid & Tarkan Aslan)
May 13, 2017 wXw Superstars Of Wrestling 2017 Oberhausen, Germany 1 148 [1][2]
Vacated October 8, 2017 Vacated due to The Young Lions failing to advance to the finals of the World Tag Team League [1][2]
43 Ringkampf
(Timothy Thatcher & Walter (3))
October 8, 2017 wXw World Tag Team League 2017 Night 3 Oberhausen, Germany 1 154 Defeated Massive Product (David Starr and Jurn Simmons) in the finals of the 2017 World Tag Team League [1][2]
44 RISE
(Da Mack (3) & John Klinger (2))
March 11, 2018 wXw 16 Carat Gold 2018 Night 3 Oberhausen, Germany 1 18 [1][2]
Vacated March 29, 2018 The titles were vacated due to John Klinger being indefinitely suspended from future wXw events [1][2]
45 Monster Consulting
(Avalanche (3) & Julian Nero (2))
April 14, 2018 wXw True Colors 2018 Dresden, Germany 1 176 This was a triple threat tag match also involving Jay FK (Francis Kaspin & Jay Skillet) and The Latin American Xchange (Santana and Ortiz). Avalanche formerly known as Robert Dreissker [1][2]
Vacated October 7, 2018 Vacated due to Monster Consulting failing to advance to the finals of the World Tag Team League [1][2]
46 Jay FK
(Francis Kaspin & Jay Skillet (3))
October 7, 2018 wXw World Tag Team League 2018 - Day 3 Oberhausen, Germany 1 76 Defeated Calamari Catch Kings (Chris Brookes & Jonathan Gresham) in the finals of the 2018 World Tag Team League [1][2]
47 RISE
(Da Mack (4) & Tarkan Aslan (2))
December 22, 2018 wXw 18th Anniversary Oberhausen, Germany 1 28 This was a Gauntlet Match also involving Avalanche & Emil Sitoci, RISE (Ivan Kiev & Pete Bouncer) and The Crown (Alexander James & Jurn Simmons) [1][2]
48 RISE
(Ivan Kiev & Pete Bouncer)
January 19, 2019 wXw Back To The Roots XVIII Oberhausen, Germany 1 49 This was a Six Man Tag Team Cage match also for the wXw Shotgun Championship. RISE (Ivan Kiev & Pete Bouncer) teamed with Lucky Kid against RISE (Da Mack, Marius Al-Ani & Tarkan Aslan) [1][2]
49 Aussie Open
(Kyle Fletcher & Mark Davis)
March 9, 2019 wXw 16 Carat Gold 2019 - Day 2 Oberhausen, Germany 1 147 This was a Tornado triple threat tag match also including Jay FK (Francis Kaspin & Jay Skillet) [1][2]
50 Ilja Dragunov (3) & Walter (4) August 3, 2019 wXw Shortcut to the Top 2019 Oberhausen, Germany 1 41 [1][2]
51 Aussie Open
(Kyle Fletcher & Mark Davis)
September 13, 2019 wXw FAN 2019 - Du Entscheidest Hamburg, Germany 2 14 [1][2]
Vacated September 27, 2019 Vacated due to Mark Davis suffering a leg injury [1][2]
52 Pretty Bastards
(Maggot & Prince Ahura)
October 6, 2019 wXw World Tag Team Festival 2019 - Day 3 Oberhausen, Germany 1 9+ Defeated Arrows Of Hungary (Dover & Icarus) and Danny Burch & Oney Lorcan for the vacant titles [1][2]

Combined reignsEdit

By teamEdit

As of October 15, 2019.

+ Indicates the current champion
+ Indicates the current reign is changing daily
<1 Indicates reign is less than a day
Rank Champion No. of
reigns
Combined days
1 Swi$$ Money Holding
(Claudio Castagnoli & Ares)
3 428
2 Doug Williams & Martin Stone 1 371
3 Sumerian Death Squad
(Michael Dante & Tommy End)
2 359
4 HOT & SPICY
(Axel Dieter Jr. & Da Mack)
2 335
5 The Switchblade Conspiracy
(Jon Moxley & Sami Callihan)
1 310
6 GTS & Iceman 1 273
7 The New 69ers
(Hate & Tyrant)
1 266
8 The AUTsiders
(Big van Walter & Robert Dreissker)
1 258
9 French Flavour
(Lucas Di Leo & Peter Fischer)
1 245
10 AbLas
(Absolute Andy & Steve Douglas)
2 237
11 Murat Bosporus & Wesley Croton 2 231
12 High Class Catch Club
(Baron von Hagen & Adam Polak)
2 224
13 Chris Hero & Marc Roudin 1 211
14 A4
(Absolute Andy & Marius Al-Ani)
1 203
RockSkillet
(Jay Skillet & Jonathan Gresham)
1 203
16 The 69ers
(Hate & Martin Nolte)
1 189
The Mind
(Adam Polak & Karsten Beck)
1 189
18 Oberhausen Terror Corps
(Bad Bones & Carnage)
1 183
19 Monster Consulting
(Avalanche and Julian Nero)
1 176
20 Aussie Open
(Kyle Fletcher & Mark Davis)
2 161
Long and Thick
(Bas & Mot van Kunder)
1 161
22 Ringkampf
(Timothy Thatcher & Walter)
1 154
23 The Young Lions
(Lucky Kid & Tarkan Aslan)
1 148
24 Dark Dream
(X-dream & Darksoul)
1 147
25 Cerberus
(Ilja Dragunov & Robert Dreissker)
1 132
26 Cerberus
(Dirty Dragon, Ilja Dragunov and Julian Nero)
1 118
27 Team Prost
(Toby Blunt & Mike Schwarz)
1 103
28 Next Generation Superstars
(Steve Douglas & Alex Pain)
1 84
29 Jay FK
(Francis Kaspin & Jay Skillet)
1 76
30 ZackDaddy
(Big Daddy Walter & Zack Sabre Jr.)
1 69
31 The Kartel
(Sha Samuels & Terry Frazier)
1 63
Wrecking Crew
(Legendary Thomas Blade & Chris Combat)
1 63
33 Euro Threat
(Thomas Blade & SigMasta Rappo)
1 56
34 RISE
(Ivan Kiev & Pete Bouncer)
1 49
35 Euro Threat
(Crazy Johnny Tiger & SigMasta Rappo)
1 42
36 Ilja Dragunov and Walter 1 41
37 RISE
(Da Mack and Tarkan Aslan)
1 28
38 RISE
(John Klinger and Da Mack)
1 18
39 JML
(David Starr & Shane Strickland)
1 16
40 The Wanderers
(Jason Hendrix & Jay Skillet)
1 13
41 Pretty Bastards
(Maggot & Prince Ahura)
1 9+
42 Matt Striker and Trent? 1 1
43 Absolute Andy & Josh Abercrombie 1 <1
Legendary Thomas Blade & Scorpion 1 <1

By wrestlerEdit

As of October 15, 2019.

+ Indicates the current champion
Rank Champion No. of
reigns
Combined days
1 Avalanche/Robert Dreissker 3 566
2 Big Daddy Walter/Walter 4 522
3 Hate 2 455
4 Absolute Andy 4 440
5 Ares 3 428
Claudio Castagnoli 3 428
7 Adam Polak 3 413
8 Da Mack 4 381
9 Doug Williams 1 371
Martin Stone 1 371
11 Michael Dante 2 359
Tommy End 2 359
13 Axel Dieter Jr. 2 335
14 Steve Douglas 3 321
15 Jon Moxley 1 310
Sami Callihan 1 310
17 Julian Nero 2 294
18 Jay Skillet 3 292
19 Ilja Dragunov 3 291
20 GTS 1 273
Iceman 1 273
22 Tyrant 1 266
23 Lucas Di Leo 1 245
Peter Fischer 1 245
25 Murat Bosporus 2 231
Wesley Croton 2 231
27 Baron von Hagen 2 224
28 Chris Hero 1 211
Marc Roudin 1 211
30 Jonathan Gresham 1 203
Marius Al-Ani 1 203
32 Bad Bones/John Klinger 2 201
33 Karsten Beck 1 189
Martin Nolte 1 189
35 Carnage 1 183
36 Tarkan Aslan 2 176
37 Kyle Fletcher 2 161
Mark Davis 2 161
Bas van Kunder 1 161
Mot van Kunder 1 161
41 Timothy Thatcher 1 154
42 Lucky Kid 1 148
43 Darksoul 1 147
X-dream 1 147
45 Legendary Thomas Blade 3 119
46 Dirty Dragan 1 118
47 Mike Schwarz 1 103
Toby Blunt 1 103
49 SigMasta Rappo 2 98
50 Alex Pain 1 84
51 Francis Kaspin 1 76
52 Zack Sabre Jr. 1 69
53 Chris Combat 1 63
Sha Samuels 1 63
Terry Frazier 1 63
56 Ivan Kiev 1 49
Pete Bouncer 1 49
58 Crazy Johnny Tiger 1 42
59 David Starr 1 16
Shane Strickland 1 16
61 Jason Hendrix 1 13
62 Maggot † 1 9+
Prince Ahura † 1 9+
64 Matt Striker 1 1
Trent? 1 1
66 Josh Abercrombie 1 <1
Scorpion 1 <1

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w x y z aa ab ac ad ae af ag ah ai aj ak al am an ao ap aq ar as at au av aw ax ay az ba bb bc bd be bf bg bh bi "World Tag Team Championship" (in German). Westside Xtreme Wrestling. Retrieved October 25, 2017.
  2. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w x y z aa ab ac ad ae af ag ah ai aj ak al am an ao ap aq ar as at au av aw ax ay az ba bb bc bd be bf bg bh bi "wXw World Tag Team Title". Wrestling-Titles.com. Retrieved October 20, 2018.

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