CWF Tag Team Championship

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CWF Tag Team Championship
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Promotion Southeast Championship Wrestling
Continental Championship Wrestling
Continental Wrestling Federation
Date establishedFebruary 1974
Date retired1989
Other name(s)
  • NWA Southeastern Tag Team Championship
  • NWA Southeast Continental Tag Team Championship

The NWA Southeastern Tag Team Championship was the major tag team title in the National Wrestling Alliance's Alabama territory known as Southeast Championship Wrestling. It existed from 1974 until 1986, when it became the NWA Southeast Continental Tag Team Championship. It became the CWF Tag Team Championship in 1988 when SCW closed and the promotion became the Continental Wrestling Federation. The CWF closed in 1989 and the title was retired. [1]

Contents

Title history

Key
No.Overall reign number
ReignReign number for the specific champion
DaysNumber of days held
No.ChampionChampionship changeReign statisticsNotesRef.
DateEventLocationReignDays
NWA Southeastern Tag Team Championship
1 Frank Monte and Nick DeCarloFebruary 1974 House show N/A1 [lower-alpha 1] Awarded 
2 Tojo Yamamoto and Mr. KamikazeApril 17, 1974 House show Nashville, Tennessee17  
3 Frank Monte and Nick DeCarloApril 24, 1974 House show Nashville, Tennessee2 [lower-alpha 1]   
4Duke Myers and The Blue ScorpionNovember 1974 House show N/A1 [lower-alpha 1]   
5Ricky Gibson and Jimmy Golden June 1975 House show N/A1 [lower-alpha 1]   
6The Masked Superstars
(Leon Baxter and Dick Dunn)
March 7, 1976 House show Knoxville, Tennessee133Defeated Robert Fuller and Jimmy Golden in a tournament final 
7 Robert Fuller and Jimmy Golden April 9, 1976 House show Knoxville, Tennessee1 [lower-alpha 1]   
8 David Schultz and Bill Ash June 1976 House show Knoxville, Tennessee1 [lower-alpha 1]   
9 The Von Steigers
(Kurt and Karl Von Steiger)
July 2, 1976 House show Knoxville, Tennessee17  
10 Robert Fuller and Jimmy Golden July 9, 1976 House show Knoxville, Tennessee2 [lower-alpha 1]   
11 The Von Steigers
(Kurt and Karl Von Steiger)
January 1977 House show N/A2 [lower-alpha 1]   
12 Tommy Rich and Bill Dundee April 18, 1977 House show Memphis, Tennessee110  
13 The Von Steigers
(Kurt and Karl Von Steiger)
April 28, 1977 House show Knoxville, Tennessee39  
14Tony Charles and "Mr. Knoxville" May 7, 1977 House show Knoxville, Tennessee134  
15 "Mr. Knoxville" (2) and Bob Orton Jr. June 10, 1977 House show Knoxville, Tennessee177Charles gave his half to Orton 
16 Bob Armstrong and Jos LeDuc August 26, 1977 House show Knoxville, Tennessee17  
17 "Mr. Knoxville" (3) and Bob Orton Jr. September 2, 1977 House show Knoxville, Tennessee2435  
18 The Assassin and Don CarsonNovember 11, 1978 House show Knoxville, Tennessee1−286  
19 Robert Fuller (3) and Georgia Jaw Cracker (2)January 29, 1978 House show Knoxville, Tennessee1 [lower-alpha 1]   
1978Armstrong, who was suspended at the time, is unmasked and titles are stripped. 
20Ricky Gibson and Jimmy Golden March 19, 1978 House show Knoxville, Tennessee228Won tournament 
21Bicentennial Kings
(Dennis Condrey and Phil Hickerson)
April 16, 1978 House show Knoxville, Tennessee1103  
22 Jimmy Golden (3) and Bob Roop July 28, 1978 House show Knoxville, Tennessee114  
23Bicentennial Kings
(Dennis Condrey and Phil Hickerson)
August 11, 1978 House show Knoxville, Tennessee249  
24 Jimmy Golden (4) and Rip SmithSeptember 29, 1978 House show Knoxville, Tennessee135  
25Bicentennial Kings
(Dennis Condrey and Phil Hickerson)
November 3, 1978 House show Knoxville, Tennessee328  
26 Kevin Sullivan and Ken Lucas December 1, 1978 House show Knoxville, Tennessee151  
27 Jerry Blackwell and The Invader (3)January 21, 1979 House show Knoxville, Tennessee114  
28 Bob Armstrong (3) and Ken Lucas February 4, 1979 House show Knoxville, Tennessee1 [lower-alpha 1]   
February 1979Vacated for undocumented reasons 
29 Bob Orton Jr. (4) and Bob Roop February 11, 1979 House show Knoxville, Tennessee1102Defeated Kevin Sullivan and Ken Lucas in tournament final. 
30 Jerry Blackwell (2) and Dick Slater May 24, 1979 House show Knoxville, Tennessee1 [lower-alpha 1]   
June 1979Vacated for undocumented reasons 
31 Ron and Buddy FullerJune 22, 1979 House show Knoxville, Tennessee17Won tournament 
32 Toru Tanaka and Mr. Fuji June 29, 1979 House show Knoxville, Tennessee130  
33 Ron (2) and Robert Fuller (4)July 29, 1979 House show Knoxville, Tennessee147  
34 Jimmy Golden (3) and Norvell Austin September 14, 1979 House show Knoxville, Tennessee149  
35 Dick Slater (2) and Paul Orndorff November 2, 1979(NLT) House show N/A1 [lower-alpha 1]   
36 Dennis Condrey (4) and David Schultz (2)November 1979 House show N/A1 [lower-alpha 1]   
February 3, 1980Held up after match against The Matador and Mike Stallings. 
37Mike Stallings and The Matador February 10, 1980 House show Knoxville, Tennessee1 [lower-alpha 1] Won the rematch [2]
38 Robert Fuller (5) and Eddie Boulder February 1980 House show N/A1 [lower-alpha 1]   
39Manchurians
(Tio and Tapu)
March 2, 1980 House show Knoxville, Tennessee1 [lower-alpha 1]   
40 Ron (3) and Robert Fuller (6)March 1980 House show N/A2 [lower-alpha 1]   
41Manchurians
(Tio and Tapu)
June 6, 1980 House show Knoxville, Tennessee2 [lower-alpha 1]   
42The Big C's
(Dennis Condrey (5) and Don Carson (2))
October 1980 House show N/A1 [lower-alpha 1]   
43 Robert Fuller (7) and Jos LeDuc October 7, 1980 House show Mobile, Alabama119  
44 Ron Bass and Super Pro October 26, 1980 House show Pensacola, Florida121  
45 Bob Armstrong (4) and Jos LeDuc November 16, 1980 House show Pensacola, Florida2 [lower-alpha 1]   
46 Dennis Condrey (6) and Randy Rose (2)November 1980 House show Mobile, Alabama1 [lower-alpha 1]   
47 Norvell Austin and Paul Orndorff (2)1980 House show Evansville, Indiana1 [lower-alpha 1]   
48 Dennis Condrey (7) and Randy Rose (3)1980 House show N/A2 [lower-alpha 1]   
49 Bob (5) and Brad Armstrong December 1980 House show N/A1 [lower-alpha 1]   
50 Dennis Condrey (8) and Randy Rose (4)January 1981 House show N/A3 [lower-alpha 1]   
51 Norvell Austin (2) and Paul Orndorff (3)February 21, 1981 House show Dothan, Alabama20  
N/AAustin's suffered a neck injury from Condrey and Rose 
52 Dennis Condrey (9) and Randy Rose (5)March 1, 1981 House show Pensacola, Florida437  
53 Bob (6) and Brad Armstrong April 7, 1981 House show N/A2 [lower-alpha 1]   
April 1981Vacated when Bob Armstrong is injsured 
54 Brad Armstrong (3) and The Shadow (2)May 4, 1981 House show N/A184Records unclear as to whom they defeated. 
55 Dennis Condrey (10) and Randy Rose (6)July 27, 1981 House show Birmingham, Alabama529  
56 Bob Armstrong (7) and Robert Fuller (8)August 25, 1981(NLT) House show Mobile, Alabama233  
57 Jimmy Golden (3) and Mongolian Stomper September 27, 1981(NLT) House show N/A131  
58 Robert Fuller (9) and Jos LeDuc October 28, 1981 House show Montgomery, Alabama26  
59 Randy Rose (7) and Jimmy Golden (5)November 3, 1981 House show Mobile, Alabama112  
60 Robert Fuller (10) and Jos LeDuc November 15, 1981 House show Pensacola, Florida3 [lower-alpha 1]   
1981Fuller and LeDuc split. 
61 Kiwi Sheepherders
(Luke Williams and Jonathan Boyd)
January 2, 1982 House show Dothan, Alabama1252Records unclear as to whom they defeated. 
62 Robert Fuller (11) and Jimmy Golden (6)September 11, 1982 House show Dothan, Alabama316  
63 The Midnight Express
Dennis Condrey (11), Norvell Austin (3) and Randy Rose (8))
September 27, 1982 House show Birmingham, Alabama669All three members of the Midnight Express defend the title at various times. 
64 Mongolian Stomper (2) and Stomper Junior December 5, 1982(NLT) House show N/A1 [lower-alpha 1]   
65 The Midnight Express
Dennis Condrey (12), Norvell Austin (4) and Randy Rose (9))
December 1982 House show N/A7 [lower-alpha 1]   
1982Championship vacated for undocumented reasons 
66 The Midnight Express
Dennis Condrey (13), Norvell Austin (5) and Randy Rose (10))
February 28, 1983 House show Birmingham, Alabama8 [lower-alpha 1] Defeated the Kiwi Sheepherders and Fuller and Golden. 
67 Ken Lucas (3) and Dizzy Ed Hogan June 1983 House show N/A1 [lower-alpha 1]   
68 The Midnight Express
Dennis Condrey (14), Norvell Austin (6) and Randy Rose (11))
July 1983 House show N/A9 [lower-alpha 1]   
69 Ken Lucas (4) and Dizzy Ed Hogan (2)July 1983 House show N/A2 [lower-alpha 1]   
70 The Midnight Express
Dennis Condrey (15), Norvell Austin (7) and Randy Rose (12))
August 8, 1983 House show Birmingham, Alabama10 [lower-alpha 1]   
71 Robert Fuller (12) and Jimmy Golden (7)N/A House show N/A4 [lower-alpha 1]   
72 The Midnight Express
Dennis Condrey (16), Norvell Austin (8) and Randy Rose (13))
August 1983 House show N/A11 [lower-alpha 1]   
73 Brad (4) and Scott Armstrong October 1983 House show N/A1 [lower-alpha 1]   
74Devastation, Inc.
(Ron Starr and Wayne Farris)
November 7, 1983 House show Birmingham, Alabama1 [lower-alpha 1]   
December 1983Starr left area. 
75 Arn Anderson and Jerry Stubbs (2)January 15, 1984 House show Montgomery, Alabama171Defeated Jimmy Golden and Jacques Rougeau, Jr. in tournament final. [3]
76 Robert Fuller (13) and Jimmy Golden (8)March 26, 1984 House show Birmingham, Alabama540  
77 Arn Anderson and Jerry Stubbs (3)May 5, 1984 House show Dothan, Alabama230Titles returned when Fuller injured. 
78The Rat Patrol
(Steve Armstrong and Johnny Rich)
June 4, 1984 House show Birmingham, Alabama142  
79 Arn Anderson and Jerry Stubbs (4)July 16, 1984 House show Birmingham, Alabama321  
80The Rat Patrol
(Steve Armstrong and Johnny Rich)
August 6, 1984 House show Birmingham, Alabama2 [lower-alpha 1]   
81 Arn Anderson (5) and Pat Rose1984 House show N/A4 [lower-alpha 1]   
82The Rat Patrol
(Steve Armstrong and Johnny Rich)
October 1984 House show N/A3 [lower-alpha 1]   
83 Randy (14) and Pat Rose (2)November 12, 1984 House show N/A1131  
84The Nightmares
(Ken Wayne and Danny Davis)
March 23, 1985 House show Dothan, Alabama1−75  
85The Rat Patrol
(Steve Armstrong and Johnny Rich)
January 7, 1985 House show Birmingham, Alabama4 [lower-alpha 1]   
19851Titles held up after match with Nightmares. 
87The Nightmares
(Ken Wayne and Danny Davis)
May 25, 1985 House show N/A2121Won rematch. 
87The Soul Patrol
(Norvell Austin (7) and Brickhouse Brown)
September 23, 1985 House show Birmingham, Alabama17  
88The Nightmares
(Ken Wayne and Danny Davis)
September 30, 1985 House show Birmingham, Alabama3140  
89Johnny (2) and Tommy Rich February 17, 1986 House show Birmingham, Alabama127  
90 Robert Fuller (14) and Jimmy Golden (9)March 16, 1986 House show Pensacola, Florida685  
91 Tommy Rich (2) and Steve Armstrong (2)June 9, 1986 House show Birmingham, Alabama114  
92 Robert Fuller (15) and Jimmy Golden (10)June 23, 1986 House show Dothan, Alabama7105  
93 The Bullet (8) and Steve Armstrong (3)October 6, 1986 House show Birmingham, Alabama1 [lower-alpha 1]   
94New Guinea Headhunters
(Headhunter 1 and Headhunter 2)
November 1986 House show N/A1 [lower-alpha 1]   
November 1986Replaced 
NWA Southeast Continental Tag Team Championship
95 Tony Anthony and Jerry Stubbs (4)November 15, 1986 House show Knoxville, Tennessee140Defeated The Nightmares. 
96The Nightmares
(Ken Wayne and Danny Davis)
December 25, 1986 House show Birmingham, Alabama460  
97 Tony Anthony and Jerry Stubbs (5)February 23, 1987 House show Birmingham, Alabama263  
98 Robert Fuller (16) and Jimmy Golden (11)April 27, 1987 House show Birmingham, Alabama8 [lower-alpha 1]   
99 Tony Anthony and Jerry Stubbs (6)May 1987 House show N/A3 [lower-alpha 1]   
100 Robert Fuller (17) and Jimmy Golden (12)May 25, 1987 House show Birmingham, Alabama9285  
101 The Southern Boys
(Steve Armstrong (4) and Tracy Smothers)
March 5, 1988 House show Dothan, Alabama178  [4]
102The Nightmares
(Ken Wayne and Danny Davis)
May 22, 1988 House show Montgomery, Alabama57  
103D.I. Bob Carter and Detroit Demolition May 29, 1988 House show Birmingham, Alabama150  
104 Lord Humongous and Shane Douglas July 18, 1988 House show Birmingham, Alabama1 [lower-alpha 1]   
105 Tony Anthony and Jerry Stubbs (7)1988 House show N/A4 [lower-alpha 1] Awarded when Douglas leaves area 
1988SCW closed 
CWF Tag Team Championship
106 Tony Anthony and Jerry Stubbs (8)November 11, 1988 House show Knoxville, Tennessee117Defeated The Bullet and Brad Armstrong. 
107 The Bullet (9) and Brad Armstrong (5)November 28, 1988 House show Birmingham, Alabama127  
108 Tony Anthony and Jerry Stubbs (9)December 25, 1988 House show Knoxville, Tennessee254  
109Johnny (3) and Davey RichFebruary 17, 1989 House show Knoxville, Tennessee177  
110 Masahiro Chono and Mike Davis May 5, 1989 House show Knoxville, Tennessee119  [5]
111 Jimmy Golden (13) and Mongolian Stomper (3)May 24, 1989 House show Murphy, North Carolina1 [lower-alpha 1]   
July 1989Stomper leaves area. 
112 The Southern Boys
(Steve Armstrong (4) and Tracy Smothers)
July 1989 House show N/A1 [lower-alpha 1] Awarded 
113 Jimmy Golden (14) and Brian Lee August 26, 1989 House show Dothan, Alabama1 [lower-alpha 1]   
Deactivated1989CWF closed 

Footnotes

  1. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 Due to at least one date being uncertain it is not possible to correctly calculate the reign length

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