WWWF/WWF/WWE
World Tag-Team Title Holders
Champions
Date
Circumstances
Luke Graham & Tarzan Tyler
June 1971
Graham & Tyler defeated Dick The Bruiser & The Iron Sheik in the tournament finals.
Karl Gotch & Rene Goulet
December 6th, 1971
 
Baron Mikel Scicluna & King Curtis Iaukea
February 1st, 1972
 
Sonny King & Chief Jay Strongbow
May 22nd, 1972
 
Toru Tanaka & Mr. Fuji
June 27th, 1972
 
Tony Garea & Haystacks Calhoun
May 30th, 1973
 
Toru Tanaka & Mr. Fuji(2nd)
September 11th, 1973
 
Tony Garea & Dean Ho
November 14th, 1973
 
Jimmy Valiant & Johnny Valiant
May 8th, 1974
 
Dominic Denucci & Victor Rivera
May 13th, 1975
 
Dominic Denucci & Pat Barrett
June 1975
Rivera left the WWWF Promotion, leading Denucci to choose Pat Barrett as his new tag-team partner.
The Blackjacks
(Blackjack Lanza & Blackjack Mulligan)
August 26th, 1975
 
Tony Parisi & Louis Cerdan
November 18th, 1975
 
The Executioners
(Killer Kowalski & John Studd)
May 11th, 1976
The Executioners were stripped for using a third member (Nikolai Volkoff) on 11/26/1976.
Chief Jay Strongbow & Billy White Wolf
December 7th, 1976
Strongbow & White Wolf won a "Three team" Tournament over the Executioners and Tor Kamata & Nikolai Volkoff. Belts vacated 8/1977 due to White Wolf's neck injury.
Toru Tanaka & Mr. Fuji(3rd)
September 27th, 1977
Tanaka & Mr. Fuji won the vacated titles by beating Tony Garea & Larry Zbyszko in the tournament finals.
Dominic Denucci & Dino Bravo
March 14th, 1978
 
Yukon Lumberjacks
(Pierre & Eric)
June 26th, 1978
 
Tony Garea & Larry Zbyszko
November 21st, 1978
 
Jerry Valiant & Johnny Valiant
March 6th, 1979
During the Valiants' time as champions, the belt was renamed the WWF Tag-Team Titles, due to the WWWF becoming the WWF.
Ivan Putski & Tito Santana
October 22nd, 1979
 
The Samoans
(Afa & Sika)
April 12th, 1980
 
Bob Backlund & Pedro Morales
August 9th, 1980
Backlund & Morales vacated the belts shortly after winning them, since Backlund was already holding the WWF Heavyweight Title.
The Samoans(2nd)
September 9th, 1980
The Samoans defeated Tony Garea & Rene Goulet in the tournament final to win the vacated titles.
Tony Garea & Rick Martel
November 8th, 1980
 
The Moondogs
(Rex & King)
March 17th, 1981
 
The Moondogs
(Rex & Spot)
May 1981
Moondog King was unable to enter the United States from Canada, so he was replaced by Moondog Spot.
Tony Garea & Rick Martel(2nd)
July 21st, 1981
 
Mr. Fuji & Mr. Saito
October 13th, 1981
 
Chief Jay Strongbow & Jules Strongbow
June 28th, 1982
 
Mr. Fuji & Mr. Saito(2nd)
July 13th, 1982
 
Chief Jay Strongbow & Jules Strongbow(2nd)
October 26th, 1982
 
The Samoans(3rd)
March 8th, 1983
When Sika is injured during the title reign, Samoan #3 (Sam Anoia) temporarily replaces him on the team.
The Soul Patrol
(Rocky Johnson & Tony Atlas)
November 15th, 1983
 
The North-South Connection
(Adrian Adonis & Dick Murdoch)
April 17th, 1984
 
The US Express
(Mike Rotundo & Barry Windham)
January 21st, 1985
 
Nikolai Volkoff & The Iron Sheik
March 31st, 1985
 
The US Express(2nd)
July 17th, 1985
 
The Dream Team
(Greg Valentine & Brutus Beefcake)
August 24th, 1985
 
The British Bulldogs
(Dynamite Kid & Davey Boy Smith)
April 7th, 1986
 
The Hart Foundation
(Bret "Hitman" Hart & Jim "The Anvil" Neidhart)
January 26th, 1987
 
Strike Force
(Rick Martel & Tito Santana)
October 27th, 1987
 
Demolition
(Ax & Smash)
March 27th, 1988
 
The Brain Busters
(Arn Anderson & Tully Blanchard)
July 18th, 1989
 
Demolition(2nd)
October 2nd, 1989
 
The Colossal Connection
(Andre the Giant & Haku)
December 13rd, 1989
 
Demolition(3rd)
April 1st, 1990
Crush joins Axe & Smash during title reign, with the three men invoking the Freebird Rule, meaning that any two of them could defend the titles.
The Hart Foundation(2nd)
August 27th, 1990
The Rockers won the belts from the Hart Foundation on 10/30/1990, but the decision was reversed due to the ropes coming off the turnbuckle during the match.
The Nasty Boys
(Brian Knobbs & Jerry Sags)
March 24th, 1991
 
The Legion of Doom
(Hawk & Animal)
August 26th, 1991
 
Money Inc.
(Ted DiBiase & Irwin R. Schyster)
February 7th, 1992
 
The Natural Disasters
(Earthquake & Typhoon)
July 20th, 1992
 
Money Inc.(2nd)
October 13th, 1992
 
The Steiner Brothers
(Rick Steiner & Scott Steiner)
June 14th, 1993
 
Money Inc.(3rd)
June 16th, 1993
 
The Steiner Brothers(2nd)
June 19th, 1993
 
The Quebecers
(Jacques & Pierre)
September 13th, 1993
 
"The Rocker" Marty Jannetty & the 1-2-3 Kid
January 10th, 1994
 
The Quebecers(2nd)
January 17th, 1994
 
Men On a Mission
(Mabel & Mo)
March 29, 1994
 
The Quebecers(3rd)
March 31st, 1994
 
The Headshrinkers
(Fatu & Samu)
April 26th, 1994
 
"Heartbreak Kid" Shawn Michaels & Diesel
August 28th, 1994
Belts vacated 11/23/1994 when Diesel and Michaels could no longer function together as a tag-team.
Bob Holly & The 1-2-3 Kid
January 22nd, 1995
Holly & the 1-2-3 Kid defeated Bam Bam Bigelow & Tatanka in the tournament finals.
The Smoking Gunns
(Bart Gunn & Billy Gunn)
January 23rd, 1995
 
Owen Hart & Yokozuna
April 2nd, 1995
 
"Heartbreak Kid" Shawn Michaels & Diesel(2nd)
September 24th, 1995
Michaels & Diesel defeated Yokozuna & Davey Boy Smith (replacing Owen Hart) by pinning late-appearing Hart.
Owen Hart & Yokozuna(2nd)
September 25th, 1995
Belts were restored to Hart & Yokozuna due to the pinfall of an 'illegal' man (since Hart was not officially in the match).
The Smoking Gunns(2nd)
September 25th, 1995
The titles were vacated on 2/15/1996 due to Billy Gunn's severe neck injury.
The Bodydonnas
(Skip & Zip)
March 31st, 1996
The Bodydonnas defeated the Godwinns in the tournament final to win the vacated titles.
The Godwinns
(Henry Godwinn & Phineas Godwinn)
May 19th, 1996
 
The Smoking Gunns(3rd)
May 26th, 1996
 
"British Bulldog" Davey Boy Smith & Owen Hart
September 22nd, 1996
 
"Heartbreak Kid" Shawn Michaels & "Stone Cold" Steve Austin
May 26th, 1997
The titles were vacated on 7/14/1997, due to Shawn Michaels getting too injured to compete.
"Stone Cold" Steve Austin & Dude Love
July 14th, 1997
Owen Hart & Davey Boy Smith won a tournament in order to face Austin & a partner of his choosing. Austin chose no one, but was joined mid-match by Dude Love, with the duo getting the win and the titles. Belts were later vacated 9/07/1997 due to Austin's neck injury.
The Headbangers
(Mosh & Thrasher)
September 7th, 1997
The Headbangers won a "Four Way Dance" over the Legion of Doom, the Godwinns, and Owen Hart/Davey Boy Smith to win the vacated titles.
The Godwinns(2nd)
October 5th, 1997
 
The Legion of Doom(2nd)
October 7th, 1997
 
The New Age Outlaws
("Bad Ass" Billy Gunn & "The Roaddogg" Jesse James)
November 24th, 1997
 
Terry Funk & Cactus Jack
March 29th, 1998
 
The New Age Outlaws(2nd)
March 30th, 1998
 
Kane & Mankind
July 13th, 1998
 
"Stone Cold" Steve Austin & The Undertaker
July 26th, 1998
 
Kane & Mankind(2nd)
August 10th, 1998
Kane & Mankind won a "Fatal Fourway" Match over Austin & The Undertaker, The New Age Outlaws, and the Nation of Domination (D-Lo Brown & The Rock).
The New Age Outlaws(3rd)
August 20th, 1998
The New Age Outlaws won a "Handicap" Match over Mankind to win the titles.
Ken Shamrock & The Big Boss Man
December 14th, 1998
 
Jeff Jarrett & Owen Hart
January 25th, 1999
 
Kane & X-Pac
March 30th, 1999
 
The Acolytes
(Faarooq & Bradshaw)
May 25th, 1999
 
The Hardy Boyz
(Jeff Hardy & Matt Hardy)
June 29th, 1999
 
The Acolytes(2nd)
July 25th, 1999
 
Kane & X-Pac(2nd)
August 9th, 1999
 
The Unholy Alliance
(The Undertaker & "The Big Show" Paul Wight)
August 22nd, 1999
 
The Rock 'n' Sock Connection
("The Rock" Rocky Maivia & Mankind)
August 30th, 1999
 
The Unholy Alliance(2nd)
September 7th, 1999
 
The Rock 'n' Sock Connection(2nd)
September 20th, 1999
 
The New Age Outlaws(4th)
September 21st, 1999
 
The Rock 'n' Sock Connection(3rd)
October 12th, 1999
 
Hardcore Holly & Crash Holly
October 18th, 1999
 
Mankind & Al Snow
November 2nd, 1999
 
The New Age Outlaws(5th)
November 8th, 1999
 
The Dudley Boys
(Buh-Buh Ray Dudley & D-Von Dudley)
February 27th, 2000
 
Edge & Christian
April 2nd, 2000
Edge & Christian won a "Triangle Ladder" Match over The Dudley Boyz and The Hardy Boyz.
Too Cool
(Grand Master Sexay & Scotty Too Hotty)
May 29th, 2000
 
Edge & Christian(2nd)
June 25th, 2000
Edge & Christian won a "Four-Way Elimination" Match over Too Cool, The Hardy Boyz, and T & A.
The Hardy Boyz(2nd)
September 24th, 2000
 
Los Conquistadores
(Edge & Christian)(3rd)
Edge & Christian were banned from fighting for the titles, so they wore masks in this one, pretending to be another tag-team.
The Hardy Boyz(3rd)
October 23rd, 2000
Edge & Christian tried to prove they weren't Los Conquistadors by wrestling two masked men. The two men, though, turned out to be the Hardy Boyz, who won back the belts.
Right To Censor
(Bull Buchanan & The Goodfather)
November 6th, 2000
 
Edge & Christian(4th)
December 10th, 2000
Edge & Christian won a "Fatal Fourway" Match over Right To Censor, The Dudley Boyz, and K-Kwik & The Road Dogg.
"The Rock" Rocky Maivia & the Undertaker
December 18th, 2000
 
Edge & Christian(5th)
December 19th, 2000
 
The Dudley Boys(2nd)
January 21st, 2001
 
The Hardy Boyz(4th)
March 5th, 2001
 
Edge & Christian(6th)
March 19th, 2001
Edge & Christian stole The Dudley Boyz' title shot and won the belts from The Hardy Boyz.
The Dudley Boys(3rd)
March 19th, 2001
After Edge & Christian won the titles, the Dudley Boyz demanded their title shot and got it.
Edge & Christian(7th)
April 1st, 2001
Edge & Christian won a "Tables, Ladders, & Chairs" Match over The Dudley Boyz and The Hardy Boyz.
The Brothers of Destruction
(Kane & The Undertaker)
April 17th, 2001
 
The Two-Man Power Trip
(Steve Austin & Hunter Hearst Helmsley)
April 29th, 2001
 
Chris Benoit & Chris Jericho
May 21st, 2001
 
The Dudley Boyz(4th)
June 19th, 2001
 
The Acolytes(3rd)
July 9th, 2001
 
Diamond Dallas Page & Chris Kanyon
August 7th, 2001
 
The Brothers of Destruction(2nd)
August 19th, 2001
 
The Dudley Boyz(5th)
September 17th, 2001
 
Chris Jericho & The Rock
October 22nd, 2001
 
Booker T & Test
October 30th, 2001
 
The Hardy Boyz(5th)
November 12th, 2001
 
The Dudley Boyz(6th)
November 18th, 2001
The Dudley Boyz unified the WWF World Tag-Team Titles with the WCW World Tag-Team Titles in this match.
Spike Dudley & Tazz
January 7th, 2002
 
Billy & Chuck
(Billy Gunn & Chuck Palumbo)
February 19th, 2002
 
Rikishi Phatu & Rico Constantino
May 19th, 2002
 
Billy & Chuck(2nd)
June 4th, 2002
 
Hulk Hogan & Edge
July 2nd, 2002
 
The Unamericans
(Lance Storm & Christian)
July 21st, 2002
 
Kane & The Hurricane
September 23rd, 2002
 
Chris Jericho & Christian
October 14th, 2002
 
Bookdust
(Booker T & Goldust)
December 15th, 2002
Bookdust won a "Fourway Elimination" Match over Chris Jericho & Christian, The Dudley Boyz, and William Regal & Lance Storm.
Lance Storm & William Regal
January 6th, 2003
 
The Dudley Boyz(7th)
January 19th, 2003
 
Lance Storm & William Regal(2nd)
January 20th, 2003
The titles were vacated on 3/24/2003 due to William Regal being too ill to compete.
Lance Storm & Sean Morley
March 24th, 2003
Morley, with his powers of being Eric Bischoff's Chief of Staff, made himself and Storm the champions.
Rob Van Dam & Kane
March 31st, 2003
Kane & Van Dam won a "Threeway Elimination" Match over Morley & Storm and The Dudley Boyz.
La Resistance
(Sylvian Grenier & Rene Dupree)
June 15th, 2003
Dupree and Grenier were joined by Rob Conway during the reign of La Resistance.
The Dudley Boyz(8th)
September 21, 2003
 
Evolution
(Ric Flair & Batista)
December 14th, 2003
Batista & Flair won a "Tag-Team Turmoil" Match over multiple teams at Armageddon 2003.
Rob Van Dam & Booker T
February 16th, 2004
 
Evolution
(Ric Flair & Batista)(2nd)
March 22nd, 2004
 
Chris Benoit & Edge
April 19th, 2004
 
La Resistance
(Rob Conway & Sylvian Grenier)(2nd)
May 31st, 2004
 
Chris Benoit & Edge(2nd)
October 19th, 2004
 
La Resistance(3rd)
November 1st, 2004
 
William Regal & Eugene
November 15th, 2004
 
La Resistance(3rd)
January 16th, 2005
La Resistance won the titles on a house show from Regal & Jonathan Coachman, who was subbing for the injured Eugene.
William Regal & Tajiri
February 4th, 2005
 
Rosey & The Hurricane
May 1st, 2005
 
Lance Cade & Trevor Murdoch
September 18th, 2005
 
Kane & The Big Show
November 1st, 2005
Kane & the Big Show were the alternates to the Heavyweight Title Match at Taboo Tuesday '05, which meant that they got the title shot.
The Spirit Squad
(Kenny & Mikey)
April 3rd, 2006
The rest of the Spirit Squad (Johnny, Nicky, & Mitch) also defended the titles for the group.
Ric Flair & Roddy Piper
November 5th, 2006
Piper was chosen as Flair's partner by the fans at WWE Cyber Sunday '06; they defeated Kenny & Mikey to win the titles.
Rated RKO
(Randy Orton & Edge)
November 13th, 2006
 
John Cena & Shawn Michaels
January 29th, 2007
 
The Hardy Boyz(6th)
April 2nd, 2007
The Hardy Boyz won a 10-Man Tag-Team Over-The-Top Rope Battle Royal, which included Cena & Michaels.
Lance Cade & Trevor Murdoch(2nd)
June 4th, 2007
 
Brian Kendrick & Paul London
September 5th, 2007
Kendrick & London won the tag-team titles at a house show in South Africa.
Lance Cade & Trevor Murdoch(3rd)
September 8th, 2007
Cade & Murdoch regained the titles at another house show in South Africa.
Hardcore Holly & Cody Rhodes
December 10th, 2007
 
Simply Priceless
(Ted DiBiase(Jr) & Cody Rhodes)
June 29th, 2008
Rhodes turned on Hardcore Holly during a match and joined with DiBiase instead.
John Cena & Batista
August 4th, 2008
 
Simply Priceless(2nd)
August 11th, 2008
 
Kofi Kingston & CM Punk
October 27th, 2008
 
John Morrison & the Miz
December 13th, 2008
Morrison & The Miz won over Kingston & Punk at a live house show event.
The Colons
(Carlito & Primo Colon)
April 5th, 2009
The Colons unified the World Tag-Team Titles with the WWE Tag-Team Titles at Wrestlemania 25.
Chris Jericho & Edge
June 28th, 2009
Jericho & Edge won a "Triple Threat" Match over The Colons and Simply Priceless. Edge later had to drop out of the team when he tore his Achilles tendon.
Chris Jericho & The Big Show
July 26th, 2009
Jericho picked The Big Show to be Edge's replacement as the Unified Tag-Team Champions.
D-Generation X
(Shawn Michaels & Triple H)
December 13th, 2009
 
Show Miz
(The Big Show & The Miz)
February 8th, 2010
Show Miz won a "Three-Team Elimination" Match over D-Generation X (Shawn Michaels & Triple H) and The Straight Edge Society (Luke Gallows & CM Punk).
The Hart Dynasty
(Tyson Kidd & David Hart Smith)
April 26th, 2010
The Hart Dynasty were awarded the new WWE Tag-Team Championships from Bret Hart in 8/2010, replacing the Unified Tag-Team Titles.
Drew McIntyre & Cody Rhodes
September 19th, 2010
McIntyre & Rhodes won a "Tag-Team Turmoil" Match over The Hart Dynasty, The Usos, Santino Marella & Vladimir Kozlov, and Evan Bourne & Mark Henry.
The Nexus
(John Cena & David Otunga)
October 24th, 2010
 
The Nexus
(Justin Gabriel & Heath Slater)
October 25th, 2010
Wade Barrett, the leader of The Nexus, ordered David Otunga to lay down to other members of The Nexus and get pinned, due to issues between Cena & Otunga.
Vladimir Kozlov & Santino Marella
December 6th, 2010
Kozlov & Marella became the champions by winning a "Four-Way Elimination" Match over The Nexus (Justin Gabriel & Heath Slater), The Usos (Jey Uso & Jimmy Uso), and Mark Henry & Yoshi Tatsu.
The Corre
(Justin Gabriel & Heath Slater)(2nd)
February 20th, 2011
 
John Cena & The Miz
February 21st, 2011
 
The Corre
(Justin Gabriel & Heath Slater)(3rd)
February 21st, 2011
The Corre's leader, Wade Barrett, immediately invoked the rematch clause for his team after they lost the titles. The Miz then betrayed Cena in the match, leading to a very short title reign.
The Big Show & Kane
April 19th, 2011
 
The New Nexus
(Michael McGillicutty & David Otunga)
May 23rd, 2011
 
Air Boom
(Evan Bourne & Kofi Kingston)
August 22nd, 2011
 
Primo & Epico
January 15th, 2012
Primo & Epico won the championship from Air Boom at a house show event, and then defended it against them the next day on Raw.
Kofi Kingston & R-Truth
April 30th, 2012
 
Team Hell No
(Daniel Bryan & Kane)
September 16th, 2012
 

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