UWC Tag Team Championship

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UWC Tag Team Championship
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Promotion United Wrestling Coalition
Date establishedMarch 21, 1988
Current champion(s)Perfect Hooligans
(Kurt Bale and the Hollywood Hooligan)
Date wonDecember 7, 2019

The UWC Tag Team Championship is a tag team championship in the United Wrestling Coalition promotion. Being a professional wrestling championship, it is not won via direct competition; it is instead won via a predetermined ending to a match or awarded to a wrestler because of a wrestling angle. It became official title on March 21, 1998 when Mr. Meaner and The Menace were awarded the titles. [1] The championships are currently held by the Perfect Hooligans (Kurt Bale and the Hollywood Hooligan), who are in their first reign as champions. There have been 42 reigns by 33 teams and 55 wrestlers with four vacancies.

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Title lineage

As of September13, 2021

#Order in reign history
ReignThe reign number for the specific set of wrestlers listed
Used for vacated reigns so as not to count it as an official reign
N/AThe information is not available or is unknown
Indicates the title change is not recognized by UWC
+Indicates the current reign is changing daily
#TeamReignDateDays
held
Successful title defensesLocationNotes
1CB4
The Menace (1) and Mr. Meaner (1)
1March 21, 1998842 Browns Mills, NJ Stole the tag team titles, but recognized as champions despite larceny [1]
2Storm Riders
The Freak (1) and Jersey Hurricane (1)
1June 13, 1998631 Pemberton, NJ [2]
3Dangerous Force
Tommy Force (1) and Dom DeVito (1)
1August 15, 19981121 Yardville, NJ [3]
4The Delinquents
The Orphan (1) and Glenn Strange (1)
1December 5, 19981482Pemberton, NJ [4]
5Nightmare, Inc.
Derik Starr (1) and Karetaker (1)
1May 2, 1999480Pemberton, NJ [5]
6The Delinquents
The Orphan (2) and Glenn Strange (2)
2June 19, 19991680 Tabernacle, NJ [6]
Vacated December 4, 1999N/APemberton, NJVacated when Glenn Strange retires [7]
7The Delinquents
The Orphan (3) and Jay Lover (1)
1December 4, 1999841Pemberton, NJDefeated Rick Silver and Don Montoya in match for vacant titles [7]
8Unholy Alliance
Bobby Piper (1) and The Ripper (1)
1February 26, 20006446Tabernacle, NJ [8]
9Twiggy Ramirez (1) and The Orphan (4)1December 1, 20011550Pemberton, NJWon belts in a match where Twiggy Ramirez lost the UWC Heavyweight Championship to Bobby Piper, when Orphan pinned Ripper at the same time Piper pinned Ramirez. [9]
10The Olympians
Dave Patera (1) and Jonny Greco (1)
1May 5, 20025873Pemberton, NJWon in a four way match that also included Unholy Alliance (Billy Lassiter and Ripper) and X-Rated (Philly Madison and Max Gaeta) [10]
11X-Rated
"Textbook" Philly Madison (1) and Max Gaeta (1)
1December 13, 200310925Pemberton, NJDefeated Dave Patera and Trey Owens (substituting for Jonny Greco) [11]
12Silver Bullets
Silver Bullet #1 (1) and Silver Bullet #2 (1)
1December 9, 20063642Pemberton, NJDefeated "Textbook" Philly Madison and Taylor Nicole (substituting for Max Gaeta) [12]
VacatedDecember 8, 2007N/APemberton, NJVacated when UWC Commissioner Michael Grimaldi declares all UWC titles vacant. [13]
13Silver Bullets
Silver Bullet #1 (2) and Silver Bullet #2 (2)
1December 8, 20073641Pemberton, NJDefeated Jack Hydraulic and Travis Blackchurch to win vacant titles. [13]
14Ruthless Pain
Ryan Sawyer (1) and Kevin Payne (1)
1December 6, 20083640Pemberton, NJDefeated Silver Bullet #2 and Silver Bullet #4 (substituting for Silver Bullet #1) [14]
VacatedDecember 5, 2009N/APemberton, NJVacated when Ruthless Pain fail to make a title defense [15]
15Special Forces
Adam Aces (1) and Warhead (1)
1January 16, 2010911Browns Mills, NJDefeated CB4 (Bubba and Big Rig) to win vacant titles [16]
16CB4
Bubba (1) and Big Rig (1)
1April 17, 20102104Browns Mills, NJ [17]
17Blackhearted Justice
Ryan Blackheart (1) and Justice Garrison (1)
1November 13, 20101544Browns Mills, NJ [18]
18Secret Society
Mighty Mo (1), Fierce Fuego (1), Professor Milo Shizo (1), and Diablo Hysterico (1)
1April 16, 20113297Browns Mills, NJDefeated Blackhearted Justice in a 4 on 2 handicap match with UWC Commissioner Michael Grimaldi as special referee. Diablo Hysterico later unmasked during title reign and revealed to be Peter Cross. Benjamin Quinn also defended the tag team titles during title reign. [19]
19Party Rockers
Adam Aces (2) and Andd Bivians (1)
1March 10, 2012350Browns Mills, NJDefeated Mighty Mo and Peter Cross. [20]
20Staten Island Wrecking Crew
Sal DeMarco (1) and Vinny DeMarco (1)
1April 14, 20120Browns Mills, NJ [21]
21Mind and Muscle
"Textbook" Philly Madison (2) and Dave Patera (2)
1April 14, 2012562Browns Mills, NJ [21]
22Staten Island Wrecking Crew
Sal DeMarco (2) and Vinny DeMarco (2)
2June 9, 2012910Browns Mills, NJWon the titles in a three way tag team match that also included the Party Rockers. [22]
23Unholy Alliance
The Orphan (5) and Billy Lassiter (1)
1September 8, 2012841Browns Mills, NJDefeated Vinny DeMarco and Legion (substituting for Sal DeMarco) [23]
24The Big Sillies
Biggie Biggs (1) and Silly Billy (1)
1December 1, 2012420Browns Mills, NJDefeated Billy Lassiter and The Ripper [24]
25Unholy Alliance
The Orphan (6) and Billy Lassiter (2)
2January 12, 2013560Browns Mills, NJ [25]
26Pirate Radio
Captain Justice Garrison (2) and DJ Mario Valentino (1)
1March 9, 20132453Browns Mills, NJ [26]
27Party Rockers
Adam Aces (3) and Andd Bivians (2)
2November 9, 20131191Browns Mills, NJ [27]
28The Blacklist Firm
Dave Patera (3) and Geoffrey Bravo (1)
1March 8, 20141891Browns Mills, NJWon the titles in an eight man tag team match teaming with Vinny DeMarco and Nathan Avery against the Party Rockers, Ryan Haston, and "Textbook" Philly Madison. DeMarco's UWC Heavyweight Championship and Avery's UWC United States Championship were also defended. [28]
29Party Rockers
Adam Aces (4) and Andd Bivians (3)
3September 13, 2014841Browns Mills, NJDefeated Dave Patera and Nathan Avery (substituting for Geoffrey Bravo). [29]
30Unholy Alliance
The Ripper (2) and Billy Lassiter (3)
1December 6, 20141050Browns Mills, NJ [30]
31Party Rockers
Adam Aces (5) and Andd Bivians (4)
4March 21, 2015280 New Egypt, NJ Defeated The Ripper and Mike Orlando (substituting for Billy Lassiter). [31]
32Commitment to Excellence
Serious William (2) and Mr. Rig (2)
1April 18, 2015930 Wrightstown, NJ Serious William formerly known as Silly Billy, and Mr. Rig formerly known as Big Rig. [32]
Vacated July 20, 2015N/AN/AUWC President Joe Rules declares titles vacant due to Serious William's health issues. [33]
33The Short Bus Express
Rudo the Heel (1) and Slayer (1)
1September 5, 20152450 Wrightstown, NJ Defeated the Party Rockers to win vacant titles. [34]
34The United Force
Warhead (2) and Spectrum (1)
1May 8, 20161261Wrightstown, NJWon the titles in a three way match that also included Fredo Majors and Bobby Banks. [35]
35The Fraternity
Fredo Majors (1) and Bobby Banks (1)
1September 10, 20162734Wrightstown, NJAce Matthews has also defended the tag team titles as part of The Fraternity under "Fraternity Rules". [36]
36The Sons of Liberty
Nate Mustang (1) and Jay Kirby (1)
1June 10, 20171754Wrightstown, NJSpectrum has also defended the tag team titles as part of The Sons of Liberty under Freebird Rules. [37]
The Sons of Liberty
Jay Kirby (1) and Spectrum (2)
1December 3, 20171120Wrightstown, NJNate Mustang lost a Loser Leaves Town match on December 2, so Spectrum is recognized as the new champion, replacing Mustang. [38]
Vacated March 25, 2018N/AN/AUWC President Joe Rules declares titles vacant due to "irreconcilable differences" after the team of Jay Kirby and Spectrum split following a match. [39]
37Kentucky Bluegrass
Lance Scaper (1) and Kleetus (1)
1April 14, 20181402Wrightstown, NJWon a tag team battle royal for the vacant titles, last eliminating Charlie Bonifer and Joe Wolf. [40]
38The Pride
Charlie Bonifer (1) and Joe Wolf (1)
1September 1, 2018420Wrightstown, NJ [41]
39Kentucky Bluegrass
Kleetus (2) and Lance Scaper (2)
2October 13, 20181402Wrightstown, NJ [42]
40Age of Aggression
Charlie Bonifer (2) and Joe Wolf (2)
2March 2, 20191892Wrightstown, NJDefeated Lance Scaper in a 2 on 1 handicap match. Formerly known as The Pride. [43]
41Homeless Heroes
Homeless Hank (1) and Hobo Harry (1)
1September 7, 2019911Wrightstown, NJ [44]
42Perfect Hooligans
Kurt Bale (1) and Hollywood Hooligan (1)
1December 7, 20196469Wrightstown, NJLost Boy Kirby has also defended tag team titles with the Hollywood Hooligan. When Kirby is included in the team, they are known as Lost in Hollywood. [45]

List of combined reigns

As of September13, 2021.

Indicates the current champions
+Indicates the current reign is changing daily
RankTeam# Of ReignsCombined DaysTotal Title Defenses
1X-Rated
("Textbook" Philly Madison and Max Gaeta)
110925
2Silver Bullets
(Silver Bullet #1 and Silver Bullet #2)
27283
3Perfect Hooligans
(Kurt Bale and Hollywood Hooligan)
1646+9
4Unholy Alliance
(Bobby Piper and The Ripper)
16446
5The Olympians
(Dave Patera and Jonny Greco)
15873
6Ruthless Pain
(Ryan Sawyer and Kevin Payne)
13640
7Secret Society
(Mighty Mo, Fierce Fuego, Professor Milo Shizo, and Diablo Hysterico)
13297
8The Delinquents
(Glenn Strange and The Orphan)
23162
9The Sons of Liberty
(Nate Mustang, Jay Kirby, and Spectrum)
12884
10Kentucky Bluegrass
(Kleetus and Lance Scaper)
22803
11The Fraternity
(Fredo Majors and Bobby Banks)
12734
12Party Rockers
(Adam Aces and Andd Bivians)
42662
13Pirate Radio
(Captain Justice Garrison and DJ Mario Valentino)
12453
The Short Bus Express
(Rudo the Heel and Slayer)
12450
15Age of Aggression
(Charlie Bonifer and Joe Wolf)
22312
16CB4
(Bubba and Big Rig)
12104
17The Blacklist Firm
(Geoffrey Bravo and Dave Patera)
11891
18Twiggy Ramirez and The Orphan11550
19Blackhearted Justice
(Ryan Blackheart and Justice Garrison)
11544
20Unholy Alliance
(The Orphan and Billy Lassiter)
21401
21The United Force
(Warhead and Spectrum)
11261
22Dangerous Force
(Tommy Force and Dom DeVito)
11121
23Unholy Alliance
(Billy Lassiter and The Ripper)
11050
24Commitment to Excellence
(Serious William and Mr. Rig)
1930
25Special Forces
(Adam Aces and Warhead)
1911
Staten Island Wrecking Crew
(Sal DeMarco and Vinny DeMarco)
2910
Homeless Heroes
(Homeless Hank and Hobo Harry)
1911
28Delinquents
(The Orphan and Jay Lover)
1841
CB4
(Mr. Meaner and The Menace)
1842
30Storm Riders
(The Freak and Jersey Hurricane)
1631
31Mind and Muscle
("Textbook" Philly Madison and Dave Patera)
1562
32Nightmare, Inc.
(Derik Starr and Karetaker)
1480
33The Big Sillies
(Biggie Biggs and Silly Billy)
1420
By wrestler
RankWrestler# Of ReignsCombined Days
1"Textbook" Philly Madison21148
2Max Gaeta11092
3Dave Patera3832
4The Ripper2749
5Silver Bullet # 12728
Silver Bullet # 22728
7The Orphan6695
8Kurt Bale1646+
Hollywood Hooligan1646+
10Bobby Piper1644
11Jonny Greco1587
12Justice Garrison2399
13Ryan Sawyer1364
Kevin Payne1364
15Adam Aces5357
16Mighty Mo1329
Peter Cross1329
Professor Milo Shizo1329
Fierce Fuego1329
20Glenn Strange2316
21Big Rig2303
22Jay Kirby1288
23Kleetus2280
Lance Scaper2280
25Fredo Majors1273
Bobby Banks1273
27Andd Bivians4266
28DJ Mario Valentino1245
Billy Lassiter3245
Rudo the Heel1245
Slayer1245
32Spectrum2238
33Charlie Bonifer2231
Joe Wolf2231
35Warhead2217
36Bubba1210
37Geoffrey Bravo1189
38Nate Mustang1175
39Twiggy Ramirez1155
40Ryan Blackheart1154
41Serious William2135
42Tommy Force1112
Dom DeVito1112
44Sal DeMarco291
Vinny DeMarco291
Homeless Hank191
Hobo Harry191
48Jay Lover184
Mr. Meaner184
The Menace184
51The Freak163
Jersey Hurricane163
53Derik Starr148
Karetaker148
54Biggie Biggs142

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