Texas All-Star USA Tag Team Championship

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Texas All-Star USA Tag Team Championship
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Promotion Southwest Championship Wrestling
Texas All-Star Wrestling
Date establishedSeptember 6, 1978
Date retiredNovember 1986
Other name(s)
  • SCW Southwest Tag Team Championship
  • Texas All-Star USA Tag Team Championship

The Texas All-Star USA Tag Team Championship was a major tag team title in Texas All-Star Wrestling. The title was first established in Southwest Championship Wrestling in 1981 when it was the SCW Southwest Tag Team Championship. The title's name was changed to the Texas All-Star Texas Tag Team Championship in May 1985 after SCW was sold to Texas All-Star Wrestling in April, and changed again to the Texas All-Star USA Tag Team Championship in 1986 before the title was abandoned in November that year when Texas All-Star was purchased by the World Class Wrestling Association.

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Title history

Wrestler:Times:Date:Location:Notes:
SCW Southwest Tag Team Championship
Coloso Colosetti and Killer Tim Brooks 1September 6, 1978San Antonio, TXDefeat Kevin Von Erich and David Von Erich.
[...]
The Dynamic Duo
(Tully Blanchard and Gino Hernandez)
11981Title awarded
Wahoo McDaniel and Terry Funk 1August 15, 1981 San Antonio, TX [1]
The Dynamic Duo
(Tully Blanchard and Gino Hernandez)
21981?
Bruiser Brody and Dick Slater 1February 26, 1982 Houston, TX
Ricky Morton and Ken Lucas 1??
The Dynamic Duo
(Tully Blanchard and Gino Hernandez)
3April 1982?
Ricky Morton and Ken Lucas2June 11, 1982?
The Dynamic Duo
(Tully Blanchard and Gino Hernandez)
4August 24, 1982?
Dick Slater (2) and Bob Sweetan 1October 1982 Odessa, TX Defeat Blanchard and a substitute when Hernandez no-shows but are stripped for pinning the substitute to win the belts.
Ricky Morton and Ken Lucas3December 1982 Corpus Christi, TX Defeat The Grapplers in tournament final.
The Grapplers
(Len Denton and Tony Anthony)
1January 16, 1983San Antonio, TX
The Dynamic Duo
(Tully Blanchard and Gino Hernandez)
5March 21, 1983San Antonio, TX
VacantMarch 21, 1983Vacant on the same day when Blanchard attacks Hernandez with title belt immediately after victory.
The Grapplers
(Len Denton and Tony Anthony)
2April 2, 1983San Antonio, TX
The Sheepherders
(Luke Williams and Jonathan Boyd)
1May 7, 1983San Antonio, TX
Luke Williams and Bobby Jaggers 1June 1983Boyd breaks his leg in an auto accident.
VacantJuly 4, 1983Williams attacks Jaggers after losing a non-title match to Bob Sweetan and Sweet Brown Sugar in San Antonio, TX.
Bobby Jaggers (2) and Buddy Moreno 1August 29, 1983San Antonio, TXDefeat Bob Sweetan and Ken Timbs in 4-team tournament final.
The Fabulous Blonds
(Eric Embry and Ken Timbs)
1September 26, 1983San Antonio, TXDefeat Moreno and Scott Casey after Luke Williams reportedly breaks Jaggers' arm on September 19, 1983
Held upNovember 24, 1983San Antonio, TXTitle held up after a match against The Rock 'n' Roll Express.
The Fabulous Blonds
(Eric Embry and Ken Timbs)
2December 3, 1983San Antonio, TXDefeat The Rock 'n' Roll Express in rematch.
Al Perez and Manny Fernandez 1April 9, 1984San Antonio, TX
The Fabulous Blonds
(Eric Embry and Ken Timbs)
3June 13, 1984Awarded when Perez and Fernandez do not defend title
The Fabulous Blonds
(Eric Embry (4) and Dan Greer)
1July 21, 1984Timbs leaves SWCW and is replaced by Greer sometime before July 21, 1984.
Brett Sawyer and Chicky Starr 1September 9, 1984San Antonio, TX
The Fabulous Blonds
(Eric Embry (5) and Dan Greer (2))
2October 18, 1984San Antonio, TX
Jerry Oske and Rick Casey 1December 17, 1984San Antonio, TX
The Maoris
(Tudui and Wakahi)
1January 20, 1985San Antonio, TXSWCW is sold to Texas All-Star during The Maoris' reign in May 1985.
Renamed Texas All-Star Texas Tag Team Championship
American Force
(Paul Diamond and Frank Lang)
1May 1985
New Zealand Maoris2May 12, 1985San Antonio, TX
American Breed
(Paul Diamond (2) and Nick Kiniski)
1May 25, 1985San Antonio, TX
Al Madril and Chavo Guerrero 1July 5, 1985San Antonio, TX
VacantAugust 1985Madril and Guerrero split after Guerrero pulls out of a scheduled defence against American Force with Gory Guerrero as a selected guest referee; Madril and substitute Black Gordman lose the match and attack Gory.
Chavo Guerrero1September 1, 1985San Antonio, TXChavo defeats Madril to take possession of both belts but chooses to give them away instead of picking a new partner
American Force
(Paul Diamond (3) and Shawn Michaels)
1September 1, 1985San Antonio, TXGiven belts by Chavo Guerrero.
The Masked Hoods
(Ricky Santana and Tony Torres)
1September 29, 1985San Antonio, TX
American Force
(Paul Diamond (4) and Shawn Michaels (2))
2November 17, 1985San Antonio, TX
Al Madril (2) and Magnificent Zulu1January 27, 1986?
Al Madril (3) and Mike Golden1April 1986Zulu is fired.
Renamed Texas All-Star U.S.A. Tag Team Championship
The Dream Team
(King Parsons and Tiger Conway Jr.)
1May 23, 1986 Pasadena, TX
Mike Golden (2) and Dizzy Golden 1August 10, 1986Pasadena, TX
The Dream Team
(King Parsons and Tiger Conway Jr.)
2September 30, 1986Houston, TX
Mike Golden and Dizzy Golden2October 1986Awarded after Parsons leaves promotion.
Title retiredNovember 1986Texas All-Star is sold to World Class Wrestling Association

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