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WLW Tag Team Championship

WLW Tag Team Championship
Details
Current champion(s) Britton Tucker & Kris Wallace
Date won April 19, 2013
Promotion World League Wrestling
Date established August 1, 2001

The World League Wrestling (WLW) Tag Team Championship, is the top tag team title contested for the independent professional wrestling promotion World League Wrestling.

Since the championship's creation in 2001, there have been 16 different teams that have held the title, combining for 18 total reigns.[1]

Current champion

The current champions are Steve Anthony and Bao Nguyen, who are in their first reign. They won the title from Justin Lane and Darin Waid on July 10, 2009 at Night of Legends in Waterloo, Iowa. Jason Jones substituted for Lane in the title match.[2]

Title history

# Wrestlers Reign Date Days
held
Location Notes
1 The Gold Exchange
(Matt Murphy and Superstar Steve)
1 101 Springfield, MO Defeated The Harris Brothers (Don and Ron).[1]
2 Trevor Rhodes and Bull Schmitt 1 105 Eldon, MO [1]
3 The Gold Exchange
(Matt Murphy (2) and Superstar Steve (2))
2 13 Troy, MO [1]
4 Wade Chism and Trevor Rhodes (2) 1 unknown Lebanon, MO [1]
5 The Gold Exchange
(Matt Murphy (3) and Superstar Steve (3))
3 unknown unknown Ace Steel substituted for Superstar Steve during this reign.[1]
Vacated Eldon, MO The Gold Exchange was stripped of the title after Matt Murphy was injured in an automobile accident on December 8, 2002.[1]
6 Josh Besore and Marc Godecker 1 357 Eldon, MO Defeated Wade Chism and Trevor Rhodes in the finals of a four-team tournament.[1]
7 The Gold Exchange
(Mason Hunter and Superstar Steve (4))
1 70 Eldon, MO [1]
8 Cody Hawk and Dakota 1 1 Richmond, MO
Vacated Winona, MO The title was held up after a match between The Gold Exchange and Dakota and Cody Hawk.[1]
9 Derek McQuinn and T-Money 1 161 Eldon, MO Defeated Trevor Rhodes and Superstar Steve in the finals of a tournament.[1]
10 Wade Chism (2) and Dakota (2) 1 175 Kansas City, MO [1]
11 Ace Steel and Superstar Steve (5) 1 unknown Ozark, MO [1]
Vacated unknown unknown The title was vacated.[1]
12 Ty Dalton and Angelo 1 315 Eldon, MO Defeated The Midwest Mafia (Robert Anthony and Scarpone) in the finals of a five-team, one-night tournament.[1]
13 Wade Chism (3) and Mike DiBiase 1 unknown Maryland Heights, MO [1]
Vacated unknown unknown The title was vacated.[1]
14 Dinn T. Moore and Brandon Tatum 1 224 Eldon, MO Defeated Superstar Steve and Dakota in the final match of a series to determine the new champions.[1]
15 Superstar Steve (6) and Darin Waid 1 133 Maryland Heights, MO [1]
16 Steve Anthony and Marc Godecker (2) 1 230 Maryland Heights, MO [1]
17 Brian Breaker and Dinn T. Moore (2) 1 98 Warsaw, MO [1]
18 Dustin Lane and Darin Waid (2) 1 161 Richmond, MO [1]
19 Steve Anthony (2) and Bao Nguyen 1 unknown Waterloo, IA Defeated Jason Jones (substituting for Justin Lane) and Darin Waid at Night of Legends.[1][2]
Vacated unknown unknown The title was vacated.[1]
20 Superstar Steve (7) and Mark Sterling 1 455 El Dorado Springs, MO Defeated Brian Breaker and Rayan Drago in the tournament finals.[1]
21 Ethan Wright & The Canucn Kid 1 May 12, 2010 ? Eldon, Missouri
. Vacant N/A 2011 N/A N/A
22 Strong And Reckless (Jack Gamble & Jeff Strong) 1 November 12, 2011 307 Richmond, Missouri
23 Jack Gamble (2) and John Webb 1 September 15, 2012 56
24 Elvis Aliaga and Ryan Drago 1 159 Missouri, Springfield
25 Britton Tucker & Kris Wallace 1 452 Eldon, Missouri

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