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FCW Florida Tag Team Championship

FCW Florida Tag Team Championship
Joe Hennig/Michael McGillicutty as one-half of the Florida Tag Team Champions in 2010
Details
Promotion Florida Championship Wrestling
Date established [1][2][3]
Date retired August 14, 2012

The FCW Florida Tag Team Championship[4] was a professional wrestling tag team championship owned and promoted by Florida Championship Wrestling, a former developmental territory of WWE. It was contested for in their tag team division. The championship was created and debuted on February 23, 2008 at a FCW house show.[3]

The first champions were The Puerto Rican Nightmares (Eddie Colón and Eric Pérez) who won a one night tag team tournament by defeating Steve Lewington and Heath Miller in the finals to become the first champions.[3] In August 2012, the championship was retired when FCW was re-branded to NXT Wrestling with Rick Victor and Brad Maddox becoming the final champions after defeating CJ Parker and Jason Jordan on July 28, 2012 in Melbourne, Florida, to win the titles.

Overall, there were 26 different championship teams, and 45 individual champions with the tag team of The Puerto Rican Nightmares (Eddie Colón and Eric Pérez) holding the most reigns at three. Joe Hennig/Michael McGillicutty, hold most reigns by a single competitor, with four. Johnny Curtis and Tyler Reks hold the longest reign at 140 days, in addition, Curtis holds the longest combined reign individually at 224 days. Justin Gabriel and Kris Logan have the shortest reign as a team at less than one day, due to them winning and losing the titles during the same FCW Television taping event.

Title history

Key
Symbol Meaning
# The overall championship reign
Reign The reign number for the specific set of wrestlers listed
Event The event promoted by the respective promotion in which the title changed hands
+ Indicates that the number of days held by this individual changes daily
# Team Name
Wrestlers
Reign Date Days
held
Location Event Notes
1 The Puerto Rican Nightmares
(Eddie Colón and Eric Pérez)
1 29 Port Richey, Florida Live event The Puerto Rican Nightmares defeated Steve Lewington and Heath Miller in the finals of a one-night tournament to become the first champions.[3][4]
2 Brad Allen and Nic Nemeth 1 23 Port Richey, Florida Live event [1][4][5]
3 The Puerto Rican Nightmares
(Eddie Colón and Eric Pérez)
2 22 Port Richey, Florida Live event The Puerto Rican Nightmares won the titles by disqualification in a match where the title could change hands in case of a disqualification.[1][2][4][5]
4 The Empire
(Drew McIntyre and Stu Sanders)
1 66 Port Richey, Florida Live event [1][2][4][5]
5 Gabe Tuft and Joe Hennig 1 3 Port Richey, Florida Live event [6]
6 The Empire
(Drew McIntyre and Stu Sanders)
2 2 Port Richey, Florida Live event [1][2][4][5]
7 The Puerto Rican Nightmares
(Eddie Colón and Eric Pérez)
3 30 Tampa, Florida Live event [1][4][5]
8 Gavin Spears and Nic Nemeth (2) 1 26 New Port Richey, Florida Live event This was a three–way match, also involving Scotty Goldman and Kafu.[1][2][4][5]
9 Heath Miller/Sebastian Slater[Note 1] and Joe Hennig (2) 1 49 Tampa, Florida Live event [1][4][5]
10 The New Hart Foundation
(D.H. Smith and TJ Wilson)
1 42 Tampa, Florida Live event [1][2][4][5]
11 Johnny Curtis and Tyler Reks 1 140 Tampa, Florida FCW TV Tapings [1][2][4][5]
12 The Dude Busters
(Caylen Croft and Trent Barreta)
1 84 Tampa, Florida FCW TV Tapings [1][4][5]
13 Justin Gabriel and Kris Logan 1 0 Tampa, Florida FCW TV Tapings [1][4][5]
14 The Rotundos
(Bo Rotundo and Duke Rotundo)
1 119 Tampa, Florida FCW TV Tapings [1][4][5]
15 The Dude Busters
(Caylen Croft (2), Trent Barreta (2) and Curt Hawkins)
1 56 Tampa, Florida FCW TV Tapings Hawkins and Croft won the titles. Defended by any two members under the Freebird Rule.[1][4][5][7]
16 The Fortunate Sons
(Joe Hennig (3) and Brett DiBiase)
1 58 Tampa, Florida FCW TV Tapings Defeated Caylen Croft and Trent Barreta.[1][4][5][8]
17 The Usos
(Jimmy Uso and Jules/Jey Uso[Note 2])
1 82 Crystal River, Florida Live event [4][9]
18 Los Aviadores
(Epico and Hunico)
1 42 Tampa, Florida Live event [4][10]
19 Kaval and Michael McGillicutty (4) 1 1 Tampa, Florida Live event [4][11]
20 Los Aviadores
(Epico and Hunico)
2 28 Sebring, Florida Live event [4][12]
21 Derrick Bateman and Johnny Curtis (2) 1 84 Tampa, Florida FCW TV Tapings This was a three–way match, also involving Brodus Clay and Donny Marlow.[4]
22 Wes Brisco and Xavier Woods 1 27 Tampa, Florida FCW TV Tapings [4]
Vacated Tampa, Florida Live event Woods and Brisco were stripped of the title after Brisco was sidelined with an injury.[13]
23 Damien Sandow and Titus O'Neill 1 112 Plant City, Florida Live event Defeated Xavier Woods and Mason Ryan to win the vacant titles.[4]
24 Richie Steamboat and Seth Rollins 1 48 Miami, Florida Live event [14]
25 Calvin Raines and Big E Langston 1 70 Tampa, Florida FCW TV Tapings
26 CJ Parker and Donnie Marlow 1 105 Tampa, Florida FCW TV Tapings
27 Brad Maddox and Briley Pierce 1 91 Tampa, Florida FCW TV Tapings
Vacated Tampa, Florida FCW TV Tapings Titles vacated due to Briley Pierce's leg injury.
28 Bo Rotundo and Husky Harris 2 42 Tampa, Florida FCW TV Tapings Defeated Brad Maddox and Eli Cottonwood to win the vacant titles.[15]
29 Corey Graves and Jake Carter 1 93 Tampa, Florida FCW TV Tapings [16]
30 Leakee and Mike Dalton 1 28 Palatka, Florida Live event [17]
31 Rick Victor and Brad Maddox (2) 1 17 Melbourne, Florida Live event This was a three–way match, also involving The Ascension.[18]
Deactivated Tampa, Florida Title retired when FCW became NXT Wrestling.

List of combined reigns

Indicates the current champions
<1 Indicates the reign was less than 1 day

As of July 29, 2014.

By team
Rank[1] Team # of Reigns Combined Days
1 The Rotundos
(Bo Rotundo and Duke Rotundo/Husky Harris)
2 161
2 Johnny Curtis and Tyler Reks 1 140
3 Damien Sandow and Titus O'Neill 1 112
4 CJ Parker and Donnie Marlow 1 105
5 Corey Graves and Jake Carter 1 93
6 Brad Maddox and Briley Pierce 1 91
7 The Dude Busters
(Caylen Croft and Trent Barreta)
1 84
Derrick Bateman and Johnny Curtis 1 84
9 The Usos
(Jimmy Uso and Jules/Jey Uso)
1 82
10 The Puerto Rican Nightmares
(Eddie Colón and Eric Pérez)
3 80
11 The Empire
(Drew McIntyre and Stu Sanders)
2 74
12 Los Aviadores
(Epico and Hunico)
2 70
Calvin Raines and Big E Langston 1 70
14 The Fortunate Sons
(Joe Hennig and Brett DiBiase)
1 58
15 The Dude Busters
(Caylen Croft, Trent Barreta and Curt Hawkins)
1 56
16 Heath Miller/Sebastian Slater and Joe Hennig 1 49
17 Richie Steamboat and Seth Rollins 1 48
18 The New Hart Foundation
(D.H. Smith and TJ Wilson)
1 42
19 Leakee and Mike Dalton 1 28
20 Wes Brisco and Xavier Woods 1 27
21 Gavin Spears and Nic Nemeth 1 26
22 Brad Allen and Nic Nemeth 1 23
23 Rick Victor and Brad Maddox 1 17
24 Gabe Tuft and Joe Hennig 1 3
25 Kaval and Michael McGillicutty 1 1
26 Justin Gabriel and Kris Logan 1 <1
By wrestler
Rank [2] Wrestler # Of Reigns Combined Days
1 Johnny Curtis 2 224
2 Bo Rotundo 2 161
Duke Rotundo/Husky Harris 2 161
3 Tyler Reks 2 143
4 Caylen Croft 2 140
Trent Barreta 2 140
6 Damien Sandow 1 112
Titus O'Neill 1 112
8 Joe Hennig/Michael McGillicutty 4 111
9 Brad Maddox 2 108
10 Donnie Marlow 1 105
CJ Parker 1 105
12 Corey Graves 1 93
Jake Carter 1 93
13 Briley Pierce 1 91
14 Derrick Bateman 1 84
15 Jimmy Uso 1 82
Jules/Jey Uso 1 82
17 Eddie Colón 3 80
Eric Pérez 3 80
19 Drew McIntyre 2 74
Stu Sanders 2 74
21 Epico 2 70
Hunico 2 70
Calvin Raines 1 70
Big E Langston 1 70
25 Brett DiBiase 1 58
26 Curt Hawkins 1 56
27 Heath Miller/Sebastian Slater 1 49
Nic Nemeth 2 49
29 Richie Steamboat 1 48
Seth Rollins 1 48
31 D.H. Smith 1 42
TJ Wilson 1 42
33 Leakee 1 28
Mike Dalton 1 28
35 Xavier Woods 1 27
Wes Brisco 1 27
37 Gavin Spears 1 26
38 Brad Allen 1 23
39 Rick Victor 1 17
40 Jason Jordan 1 15
41 Kaval 1 1
42 Justin Gabriel 1 <1
Kris Logan 1 <1

Footnotes

References

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