WWWF / WWF / WWE WORLD TAG TEAM TITLE HISTORY

Washington DC
March 4, 1963
- Buddy Austin (sub. for Pete Sanchez) & the Great Scott defeated WWWF U.S. Tag Team Champions - WWWF World Champion Buddy Rogers & Johnny Barend in a Best 2 out of 3 falls match to win the titles; Austin replaced Sanchez after Sanchez injured himself while losing the 1st fall

Washington DC
March 16, 1963
- Skull Murphy & Brute Bernard defeated WWWF U.S. Tag Team Champions Buddy Austin & the Great Scott to win the titles

Washington DC
November 14, 1963
- Killer Kowalski & Gorilla Monsoon defeated WWWF U.S. Tag Team Champions Skull Murphy & Brute Bernard to win the titles

Teaneck, NJ
December 28, 1963
- Chris & John Tolos defeated WWWF U.S. Tag Team Champions Killer Kowalski & Gorilla Monsoon to win the titles

New Haven, CT
February 1964
- Vittorio Apollo & Don McClarty defeated WWWF U.S. Tag Team Champions Chris & John Tolos to win the title

Washington, DC
February 4, 1965
- Gene Kiniski & Waldo Von Erich defeated WWWF U.S. Tag Team Champions Dr. Jerry & Luke Graham to win the titles

Washington DC
April 8, 1965
- Gorilla Monsoon & Bill Watts defeated WWWF U.S. Tag Team Champions Gene Kiniski & Waldo Von Erich to win the titles

Washington DC
August 7, 1965
- Dan & Dr. Bill Miller defeated WWWF U.S. Tag Team Champions Gorilla Monsoon & Bill Watts to win the titles

New York City, NY
Madison Square Garden
February 21, 1966
- Johnny Valentine & Antonio Pugliese defeated WWWF U.S. Tag Team Champions Dan & Dr. Bill Miller to win the titles

Washington DC
September 22, 1966
- Baron Mikel Scicluna & Smasher Sloan defeated WWWF U.S. Tag Team Champions Johnny Valentine & Antonio Pugliese to win the titles in a Best 2 out of 3 falls match; fall #2: the challengers won when the match was stopped after Pugliese sustained an injury

Washington DC
December 8, 1966
- Spiros Arion & Antonio Pugliese defeated WWWF U.S. Tag Team Champions Baron Mikel Scicluna & Smasher Sloan to win the titles

July 1967: Pugliese left the United States. Spiros Arion chose Arnold Skaaland as his new tag team partner to defend the WWWF U.S. Tag Team Championship.

Atlantic City, NJ
Convention Hall
July 10, 1967
- Lou Albano & Tony Altimore defeated WWWF U.S. Tag Team Champions Chuck Richards (sub. for Spiros Arion) & Arnold Skaaland to win the titles

Atlantic City, NJ
Convention Hall
July 24, 1967
- WWWF World Champion Bruno Sammartino & Spiros Arion defeated WWWF U.S. Tag Team Champions Lou Albano & Tony Altimore to win the titles

Late 1967: Sammartino vacated his half of the tag team titles to focus on his world title defenses. The championship remained vacant for over a year.

June 1969: Prof. Toru Tanaka & Mitsu Arakawa won a fictitious tag team tournament in Japan to win the renamed WWWF International Tag Team Championship.

New York City, NY
Madison Square Garden
December 8, 1969
- Victor Rivera & Tony Marino defeated WWWF International Tag Team Champions Prof. Toru Tanaka & Mitsu Arakawa to win the titles

December 13, 1969: WWWF World Champion Bruno Sammartino & Batman defeated Tanaka & Arakawa in a Best 2 out of 3 falls match at the Pittsburgh Civic Arena to "win the titles". The MSG title change was not recognized in Pittsburgh.

New York City, NY
Madison Square Garden
June 15, 1970
- Bepo & Gito Mongol defeated WWWF International Tag Team Champions Victor Rivera & Tony Marino to win the titles in a Best 2 out of 3 falls match

June 1971: WWWF International Tag Team Champions Tarzan Tyler & Luke Graham were named the WWWF Tag Team Champions after defeating Dick the Bruiser & the Sheik in a ficticious tournament in New Orleans, LA

New York City, NY
Madison Square Garden
December 6, 1971
- Karl Gotch & Rene Goulet defeated WWWF Tag Team Champions Luke Graham & Tarzan Tyler to win the titles in a Best 2 out of 3 falls match, 2-0, at 17:20

Philadelphia, PA
February 1, 1972
- Baron Mikel Scicluna & King Curtis defeated WWWF Tag Team Champions Karl Gotch & Rene Goulet to win the titles

New York City, NY
Madison Square Garden
May 22, 1972
- Chief Jay Strongbow & Sonny King defeated WWWF Tag Team Champions Baron Mikel Scicluna & King Curtis to win the titles in a Best 2 out of 3 falls match, 2-0

Philadelphia, PA
Arena
June 27, 1972
Championship Wrestling - 7/8/72:
- Prof. Toru Tanaka & Mr. Fuji defeated WWWF Tag Team Champions Chief Jay Strongbow & Sonny King to win the titles after King had salt thrown in his eyes Hamburg, PA
May 30, 1973
- Tony Garea & Haystacks Calhoun defeated WWWF Tag Team Champions Prof. Toru Tanaka & Mr. Fuji to win the titles

Philadelphia, PA
Arena
September 11, 1973
- Mr. Fuji & Prof. Toru Tanaka defeated WWWF Tag Team Champions Tony Garea & Haystacks Calhoun to win the titles when the referee stopped the match, ruling Calhoun unable to continue after Tanaka threw salt into the champion's eyes and choked him with his own horseshoe

Hamburg, PA
Fieldhouse
November 14, 1973
- Tony Garea & Dean Ho defeated WWF Tag Team Champions Prof. Toru Tanaka & Mr Fugi (w/ the Grand Wizard) to win the titles at 7:31 when Ho pinned Tanaka following a dropkick from Garea after Ho avoided having salt thrown in his eyes by Tanaka Hamburg, PA
May 8, 1974
- Jimmy & Johnny Valiant defeated WWWF Tag Team Champions Dean Ho & Tony Garea to win the titles

Philadelphia, PA
Arena
May 13, 1975
- Victor Rivera & Dominic DeNucci defeated WWWF Tag Team Champions Jimmy & Johnny Valiant to win the titles

August 1975: Pat Barrett replaced Victor Rivera as one half of the tag team champions after Rivera leaves for the IWA

Philadelphia, PA
Arena
August 26, 1975
- Blackjack Mulligan & Blackjack Lanza (w/ Capt. Lou Albano) defeated WWWF Tag Team Champions Pat Barrett & Domenic DeNucci to win the titles in a Best 2 out of 3 falls match, 2-1; fall #1: Barrett pinned Lanza at 5:13; fall #2: Mulligan pinned DeNucci at the 55-second mark; fall #3: Lanza pinned Barrett at 3:26 with a kneedrop off the top from Mulligan behind the referee's back; after the bout, Vince McMahon conducted a ringside interview with Albano and the new champions Philadelphia, PA
Arena
November 18, 1975
- Tony Parisi & Louis Cerdan defeated WWWF Tag Team Champions Blackjack Mulligan & Blackjack Lanza to win the titles

Philadelphia, PA
Arena
May 11, 1976
- The Executioners (Killer Kowalski & Big John Studd under masks) defeated WWWF Tag Team Champions Tony Parisi & Louis Cerdan to win the titles

October 26, 1976: The Executioners were stripped of the belts following a title defense in Hamburg, PA against Chief Jay Strongbow & Billy White Wolf in which a third Executioner (Nikolai Volkoff) joined in attacking the challengers.

Philadelphia, PA
Arena
December 7, 1976
- Chief Jay Strongbow & Billy Whitewolf defeated the Executioners and Nikolai Volkoff & Tor Kamata in a three-team tournament to win the vacant WWWF Tag Team titles

August 1977: Strongbow & White Wolf were forced to vacate the tag team titles after White Wolf sustained an injury at the hands of Ken Patera.

Philadelphia, PA
Arena
September 27, 1977
Championship Wrestling - 10/1/77:
- WWWF Tag Team Championship Tournament Finals: Prof. Toru Tanaka & Mr. Fuji (w/ Freddie Blassie) defeated Larry Zbyzsko & Tony Garea to win the titles in a Best 2 out of 3 falls match at 11:06; fall #1: Fuji pinned Garea with a backdrop and clothesline after avoiding a dropkick at 5:47; fall #2: Tanaka submitted to a modified half crab from Zbyzsko at 3:09; fall #3: Fuji pinned Garea at 2:10 after Tanaka tripped Garea from the floor

Philadelphia, PA
Arena
March 14, 1978
- Dino Bravo & Dominic DeNucci defeated WWWF Tag Team Champions Mr. Fuji & Prof. Toru Tanaka to win the titles when DeNucci pinned Tanaka with an airplane spin that knocked down Fuji in the process

New York City, NY
Madison Square Garden
June 26, 1978
- The Yukon Lumberjacks defeated WWWF Tag Team Champions Dino Bravo & Dominic DeNucci to win the titles when Pierre pinned DeNucci following a double chop behind the referee's back

Allentown, PA
Agriculture Hall
November 21, 1978
Championship Wrestling taping:
- Tony Garea & Larry Zbyszko defeated WWWF Tag Team Champions the Yukon Lumberjacks (w/ Capt. Lou Albano) to win the titles at 9:18 when Zbyzsko pinned Eric after the champions collided in the ring; after the match, Albano fired his team for losing the championship

Allentown, PA
Agriculture Hall
March 6, 1979
Televison taping:
- Johnny & Jerry Valiant (w/ Capt. Lou Albano & Jimmy Valiant) defeated WWWF Tag Team Champions Larry Zbyzsko & Tony Garea to win the titles at 10:54 when Johnny pinned Zbyzsko after Jerry and Zbyzsko collided and Jimmy pulled Jerry to the floor, allowing Johnny to take his place in the ring

New York City, NY
Madison Square Garden
October 22, 1979
- Ivan Putski & Tito Santana defeated WWF Tag Team Champions Johnny & Jerry Valiant at 13:39 to win the titles when Santana pinned Johnny with a crossbody after the champions collided in the ring, with Jerry being knocked to the floor

Philadelphia, PA
Spectrum
April 12, 1980
- The Wild Samoans defeated WWF Tag Team Champions Tito Santana & Ivan Putski to win the titles at 7:36 when Sika pinned Santana with the Samoan Drop after Santana missed a crossbody off the top

Flushing, NY
Shea Stadium
August 9, 1980
- WWF World Champion Bob Backlund & Pedro Morales defeated WWF Tag Team Champions the Wild Samoans (w/ Capt. Lou Albano) in a Best 2 out of 3 falls match, 2-0, to win the titles at 13:06; fall #1: Morales pinned Afa at 9:49 with a roll up off the ropes; fall #2: Backlund pinned Afa after Morales dropkicked the opponent, with Backlund then falling on top for the win; Albano was escorted backstage by the NYPD after interfering during the second fall and slamming Morales on the floor; Backlund & Morales were later stripped of the titles as the rules stated a wrestler could not hold two titles at the same time

- August 10, 1980: Backlund and Morales agreed to relinquish the championship to pursue individual goals. A tournament was held to determine the new champions.

Allentown, PA
Agriculture Hall
September 9, 1980
Championship Wrestling taping:
- WWF Tag Team Title Tournament Finals: The Wild Samoans (w/ Capt. Lou Albano) defeated Tony Garea & Rene Goulet at 10:08 to win the titles when Afa pinned Goulet following a double bodyslam behind the referee's back (the first 2-time tag team champions)

Philadelphia, PA
Spectrum
November 8, 1980
- Rick Martel & Tony Garea defeated WWF Tag Team Champions the Wild Samoans to win the titles at 14:29 when Martel scored the pin with a sunset flip as the illegal Samoan covered Garea at the same time, moments after Garea and the legal Samoan collided in the ring

Allentown, PA
Agriculture Hall
March 17, 1981
Championship Wrestling taping:
- The Moondogs (w/ Capt. Lou Albano) defeated WWF Tag Team Champions Tony Garea & Rick Martel to win the titles at 6:36 when Moondog Rex pinned Garea after Moondog King hit Garea in the head with his bone as the referee was knocked down

May 1, 1981: Moondog King was replaced by Moondog Spot after King was refused entry to the United States from Canada.

Allentown, PA
Agriculture Hall
July 21, 1981
Championship Wrestling taping:
- Rick Martel & Tony Garea defeated WWF Tag Team Champions the Moondogs (w/ Capt. Lou Albano) to win the titles at 8:14 when Martel pinned Moondog Spot with a sunset flip as Spot attempted to choke Garea with his bone

Allentown, PA
Agriculture Hall
October 13, 1981
Championship Wrestling taping:
10/17/81: Mr. Fuji & Mr. Saito (w/ Capt. Lou Albano) defeated WWF Tag Team Champions Rick Martel & Tony Garea at 9:48 to win the titles when Saito pinned Martel after Fuji threw salt into the champion's eyes as Martel attempted a crossbody off the top, allowing Saito to roll through on the move to get the win

Allentown, PA
Agriculture Hall
July 13, 1982
Championship Wrestling - 7/24/82
- Mr. Fuji & Mr. Saito (w/ Capt. Lou Albano) defeated Chief Jay & Jules Strongbow to win the vacant WWF Tag Team Championship in a Best 2 out of 3 falls match at 8:56; fall #1 - Fuji pinned Jules at the 38-second mark after thowing salt into both he and Chief Jay's face while Saito distracted the referee; fall #2 - Fuji submitted to Jules' sleeper at 6:42; fall #3 - Saito pinned Jay after Albano interfered and hit Jay with a foreign object when the referee was distracted by Fuji & Jules; after the bout, Pat Patterson attempted to interview the new champions, but they were attacked by the Strongbows and eventually cleared from ringside; the Strongbows then staged a sit-down strike in the ring, delaying the next match from taking place, until Gorilla Monsoon came to the ring and eventually convinced them to leave ringside

Allentown, PA
Agriculture Hall
October 26, 1982
Championship Wrestling taping:
11/6/82:
- Chief Jay & Jules Strongbow defeated WWF Tag Team Champions Mr. Fuji & Mr. Saito (w/ Capt. Lou Albano) to win the titles at 6:08 when Jay pinned Saito with a Thesz Press

Allentown, PA
Agricultural Hall
March 8, 1983
Championship Wrestling taping:
3/12/83:
- The Wild Samoans (w/ Capt. Lou Albano) defeated WWF Tag Team Champions Jules & Chief Jay Strongbow to win the titles when Jay was pinned after a double clothesline and a Samoan Drop

Allentown, PA
Agricultural Hall
November 15, 1983
Championship Wrestling taping:
12/10/83:
- Tony Atlas & Rocky Johnson defeated WWF Tag Team Champions the Wild Samoans (w/ Capt. Lou Albano) to win the titles in a No DQ match at 8:22 when Atlas pinned Afa after Albano accidentally broke a wooden chair over Afa’s head; after the bout, Pat Patterson interviewed the new champions

Allentown, PA
Agricultural Hall
April 17, 1984
Championship Wrestling taping:
5/19/84:
- Dick Murdoch & Adrian Adonis defeated WWF Tag Team Champions Tony Atlas & Rocky Johnson to win the titles when Adonis pinned Johnson with a roll up from behind as Johnson was punching Murdoch, who was hoisted in a gorilla press by Atlas on the floor

Hartford, CT
Civic Center
January 21, 1985
- Barry Windham & Mike Rotundo defeated WWF Tag Team Champions Adrian Adonis & Dick Murdoch to win the titles when Windham pinned Murdoch with a sunset flip as Murdoch was assaulting Rotundo

WrestleMania
New York City, NY
Madison Square Garden
March 31, 1985
- Nikolai Volkoff & the Iron Sheik (w/ Freddie Blassie) defeated WWF Tag Team Champions Mike Rotundo & Barry Windham (w/ Capt. Lou Albano) to win the titles at 6:56 when Volkoff pinned Windham after Sheik hit Windham in the back with Blassie's cane; after the bout, Gene Okerlund conducted a backstage interview with Blassie and the new champions

Poughkeepsie, NY
Mid-Hudson Civic Center
June 17, 1985
Championship Wrestling taping:
7/13/85:
- Barry Windham & Mike Rotundo (w/ Capt. Lou Albano) defeated WWF Tag Team Champions Nikolai Volkoff & the Iron Sheik (w/ Freddie Blassie) to win the titles at 3:13 when Rotundo pinned Sheik after both Volkoff and Windham reversed the pin position behind the referee's back

Philadelphia, PA
Spectrum
August 24, 1985
- Brutus Beefcake & Greg Valentine (w/ Johnny V) defeated WWF Tag Team Champions Barry Windham & Mike Rotundo (w/ Capt. Lou Albano) to win the titles at the 19-minute mark when Valentine pinned Windham after Beefcake stuck Johnny V's lit cigar into Windham's eye

WrestleMania II
Chicago, IL
Rosemont Horizon
April 7, 1986
- Davey Boy Smith & the Dynamite Kid (w/ Capt. Lou Albano & Ozzy Osbourne) defeated WWF Tag Team Champions Greg Valentine & Brutus Beefcake (w/ Johnny V) to win the titles at 12:03 when Smith pinned Valentine after sending him into Dynamite in the corner, with the two men butting heads and Dynamite falling to the floor and busting his head open; there were two referees for the bout, one on the inside and one on the outside; after the contest, Gene Okerlund conducted an in-ring interview with Albano, Osbourne, Katie Lee Crosby, and Smith regarding the title win

Tampa, FL
SunDome
January 26, 1987
WWF Superstars taping:
2/7/87:
- Bret Hart & Jim Neidhart (w/ Jimmy Hart) defeated WWF Tag Team Champions Davey Boy Smith & the Dynamite Kid to win the titles at 2:57 following a double DDT and the Hart Attack on Smith; Smith wrestled the entire match by himself after Dynamite was knocked out before the bout began by Jimmy Hart's megaphone; Danny Davis was the referee for the bout and spent the duration of the match checking on the Dynamite Kid as the challengers illegally double teamed Smith

- The Harts "lost" the titles to Jacques & Raymond Rougeau on 8/10/87 at the Montreal Forum but the belts were later returned due to Jimmy Hart's megaphone being used in the outcome of the contest. The match was never mentioned on television.

Syracuse, NY
War Memorial
October 27, 1987
WWF Superstars taping:
11/7/87:
- Tito Santana & Rick Martel defeated WWF Tag Team Champions Bret Hart & Jim Neidhart (w/ Jimmy Hart) to win the titles at 9:08 when Neidhart submitted to Martel's Boston Crab after sustaining a double bodyslam

WrestleMania IV
Atlantic City, NJ
Trump Plaza
March 27, 1988
- Demolition (w/ Mr. Fuji) defeated WWF Tag Team Champions Rick Martel & Tito Santana at 8:02 to win the titles when Smash pinned Martel after Ax hit Martel over the back of the head with Fuji's cane behind the referee's back as Smash was caught in the Boston Crab

Worcester, MA
Centrum
July 18, 1989
Saturday Night's Main Event #22 - 7/29/89 on NBC:
- Arn Anderson & Tully Blanchard (w/ Bobby Heenan) defeated WWF Tag Team Champions Demolition in a Best 2 out of 3 falls match to win the titles; fall #1: Smash pinned Anderson after dropping him throat first on the top rope at 5:00; fall #2: the champions were disqualified for continuous double teaming at 9:29 after ramming Heenan into the ringpost and hitting the Decapitation on Blanchard; late in the fall, Andre the Giant appeared ringside; fall #3: Anderson pinned Smash at 12:33 after Blanchard hit Smash in the back of the head with a chair thrown into the ring by Andre; moments later, Jesse Ventura conducted a backstage interview with WWF IC Champion Rick Rude and Haku regarding the title win, with Heenan, Anderson, Blanchard, and Andre then appearing and celebrating; moments later, Heenan said he had two belts and wanted to add the WWF World Title to the list

Wheeling, WV
Civic Center
October 2, 1989
WWF Superstars taping:
11/4/89:
- Demolition defeated WWF Tag Team Champions Arn Anderson & Tully Blanchard (w/ Bobby Heenan) at 5:29 to win the titles when Ax pinned Blanchard, the illegal man, with the Decapitation

Huntsville, AL
Von Braun Civic Center
December 13, 1989
WWF Superstars taping:
12/30/89:
Andre the Giant & Haku defeated WWF Tag Team Champions Demolition to win the titles at 4:35 when Andre pinned Ax with an elbow drop following a kick to the face from Haku; Smash was unable to legally enter the ring during the contest as Ax was continuously double-teamed

WrestleMania VI
Toronto, Ontario
Skydome
April 1, 1990
- Demolition defeated WWF Tag Team Champions Andre the Giant & Haku (w/ Bobby Heenan) to win the titles at 9:15 when Ax pinned Haku following the Decapitation after Andre's arms became entangled in the ring ropes; during the contest, it was mentioned Bret Hart & Jim Neidhart had already challenged the winners to a title match; after the match, Heenan berated Andre for the loss and slapped him before Andre grabbed Heenan by the jacket, slapped, and punched Heenan out of the ring; moments later, Haku attempted to attack Andre but Andre assaulted him and cleared Haku from the ring, with Andre then stealing the team's motorized cart to leave ringside alone (Andre's last TV match)

- June 1990: Demolition introduced a third member named Crush and began defending the championship with any random two of the three members participating, turning themselves heel in the process.

Summer Slam 90
Philadelphia, PA
Spectrum
August 27, 1990
- Bret Hart & Jim Neidhart defeated WWF Tag Team Champions Demolition (Crush & Smash) at 14:24 in a Best 2 out of 3 falls match to win the titles; fall #1: Bret was pinned at 6:09 after sustaining the Decapitation; fall #2: the champions were disqualified at 10:06 after Crush physically prevented the referee from counting a pinfall on Smash after Smash sustained the Hart Attack; fall #3: Bret pinned Crush with a school boy roll up after Neidhart hit a slingshot shoulderblock into the ring, moments after the Legion of Doom came ringside and began brawling with Smash and an interfering Ax; pre-match stipulations stated that only two of the three members of Demolition were allowed at ringside but Ax came down mid-way through the contest and hid underneath the ring, eventually switching places with Smash without the referee noticing (the first appearance of the Hart Foundation in ring jackets)

- Shawn Michaels & Marty Jannetty "won" the titles in Ft. Wayne, IN on 10/30/90 in a Best 2 out of 3 falls match, 2-1. The titles were returned to the Hart Foundation and the match was never televised in full. A reason given for returning the belts was because one of the ropes had fallen off during the match and many felt it would look bad to televise it. Another reason stems from Jim Neidhart signing a new contract with the WWF, negating the reason for taking the belts off the champions to begin with. The Rockers were told that a rematch was scheduled but, due to the news leak of the title change, officials determined that too many expected the belts to go back on the Rockers so the rematch was called off. Michaels & Jannetty defended the belts during their brief, largely unrecognized reign against Hercules & Paul Roma.

WrestleMania VII
Los Angeles, CA
Sports Arena
March 24, 1991
- The Nasty Boys (w/ Jimmy Hart) defeated WWF Tag Team Champions Bret Hart & Jim Neidhart to win the titles at 12:10 when Knobs pinned Neidhart after Sags hit Neidhart with Jimmy Hart's motorcyle helmet behind the referee's back, moments after the champions executed the Hart Attack

Summer Slam 91
New York City, NY
Madison Square Garden
August 26, 1991
- The Legion of Doom defeated WWF Tag Team Champions the Nasty Boys (w/ Jimmy Hart) at 7:44 to win the titles in a No DQ, No Count-Out match when Road Warrior Animal pinned Jerry Saggs following the Doomsday Device after both champions were hit with Hart's motorcycle helmet

Denver, CO
Coliseum
February 7, 1992
- Ted Dibiase (w/ Sensational Sherri) & IRS defeated WWF Tag Team Champions the Legion of Doom to win the titles at 11:49 when Dibiase pinned Road Warrior Hawk after the Natural Disasters came ringside and Typhoon hit Hawk with a steel chair while he prepared to hit the Doomsday Device on Dibiase as Sherri distracted the referee

Worcester, MA
Centrum
July 20, 1992
Prime Time Wrestling:
- The Natural Disasters defeated WWF Tag Team Champions Ted Dibiase & IRS (w/ Jimmy Hart) at 9:47 to win the titles when Earthquake pinned Dibiase with an elbow drop after IRS accidentally hit his partner with the steel briefcase

Regina, Saskatchewan
Agridome
October 13, 1992
Wrestling Challenge taping:
- Ted Dibiase & IRS (w/ Jimmy Hart) defeated WWF Tag Team Champions the Natural Disasters to win the titles at around the 7:15 mark when Earthquake passed out to Dibiase's Million $ Dream; after the challengers' introduction, the Nasty Boys appeared, upset they had been overlooked for the title shot, with Dibiase & IRS attempting to pay them off; the Nastys then attacked Dibiase & IRS and left ringside; late in the match, the Headshrinkers & Afa appeared ringside and argued with Typhoon as Dibiase & IRS sent Earthquake head-first into the ringpost and ringside barrier; after the bout, the Nastys grabbed Hart at the commentary table and tossed him onto Dibiase & IRS, knocking both men down on the arena floor

Columbus, OH
June 14, 1993
Wrestling Challenge taping:
- Rick & Scott Steiner defeated WWF Tag Team Champions Ted Dibiase & IRS to win the titles when Scott pinned Dibiase with a top rope move as Dibiase attempted to piledrive Rick

Rockford, IL
June 16, 1993
- Ted Dibiase & IRS defeated WWF Tag Team Champions Rick & Scott Steiner to win the titles after the challengers used IRS’ steel briefcase as a weapon

St. Louis, MO
Arena
June 19, 1993
- Rick & Scott Steiner defeated WWF Tag Team Champions Ted Dibiase & IRS to win the titles when Scott pinned Dibiase with the Frankensteiner

New York City, NY
Manhattan Center
September 13, 1993
Raw:
- The Quebecers defeated WWF Tag Team Champions Rick & Scott Steiner via disqualification to win the titles at around the 22-minute mark after Scott stole a hockey stick away from Jacques and hit him with it; pre-match stipulations stated the titles could change hands on a count-out or disqualification and that a disqualification could be caused by using a piledriver, throwing your opponent over the top rope, or coming off the top rope; mid-way through the bout, Johnny Polo appeared ringside with the hockey stick (Polo's debut as the Quebecers' manager)

Richmond, VA
Coliseum
January 10, 1994
Raw:
- The 1-2-3 Kid & Marty Jannetty defeated WWF Tag Team Champions the Quebecers (w/ Johnny Polo) to win the titles at 18:18 when the Kid hit a crossbody as one of the champions was in mid air during a Jannetty suplex; after the bout, Randy Savage left the commentary table to present the champions with the belts before the Kid and Jannetty left through the crowd; later in the contest, the Quebecers and Polo had an interview backstage in which a rematch at Madison Square Garden for the next week was mentioned

New York City, NY
Madison Square Garden
January 17, 1994
- The Quebecers defeated WWF Tag Team Champions Marty Jannetty & the 1-2-3 Kid at 21:24 to win the titles following the Tower of Quebec on the Kid after Johnny Polo interfered and caused the Kid to crotch himself on the top rope

London, England
Royal Albert Hall
March 29, 1994
- Men on a Mission defeated WWF Tag Team Champions the Quebecers to win the titles when Mabel scored the pin

Sheffield, England
Arena
March 31, 1994
- The Quebecers defeated WWF Tag Team Champions Men on a Mission to win the titles

Burlington, VT
April 26, 1994
Raw - 5/2/94:
- The Headshrinkers (w/ Afa & Capt. Lou Albano) defeated WWF Tag Team Champions the Quebecers (w/ Johnny Polo) to win the titles at around the 15-minute mark when Fatu pinned Jacques with the top rope splash moments after Pierre hit his own partner following a miscommunication; the champions attempted to walk out of the match at around the 5-minute mark but referee Earl Hebner threatened to strip them of the titles if they didn't return by the count of 10

Indianapolis, IN
Market Square Arena
August 28, 1994
- Shawn Michaels & WWF IC Champion Diesel defeated WWF Tag Team Champions the Headshrinkers to win the titles

- November 23, 1994: The team of Shawn Michaels and Diesel officially broke up during the Survivor Series pay-per-view event. An 8-team tournament was held to determine the new title holders. Prior to the finals, the 1-2-3 Kid & Bob Holly defeated Well Dunn and the Heavenly Bodies while Bam Bam Bigelow & Tatanka defeated Men on a Mission and the New Headshrinkers.

Royal Rumble 95
Tampa, FL
Sundome
January 22, 1995
WWF Tag Team Tournament Champonship Finals: Bob Holly & the 1-2-3 Kid defeated Bam Bam Bigelow & Tatanka (w/ Ted Dibiase) at 15:45 when the Kid pinned Bigelow after Tatanka ran the ropes and accidentally knocked his partner off the top as Bigelow attempted a moonsault; after the match, Dibiase and Tatanka left ringside as Bigelow was still knocked out; after Bigelow came to he had an altercation with Lawrence Taylor at ringside and ended up shoving LT to the floor because he thought Taylor was laughing at his loss

Palmetto, FL
Manatee Civic Center
January 23, 1995
Raw:
- The Smoking Gunns defeated WWF Tag Team Champions Bob Holly & 1-2-3 Kid to win the titles when Billy pinned Holly with a version of the Sidewinder

WrestleMania XI
Hartford, CT
Civic Center
April 2, 1995
- Owen Hart & Yokozuna (w/ Jim Cornette & Mr. Fuji) (mystery partner) defeated WWF Tag Team Champions the Smoking Gunns to win the titles at 9:43 when Owen pulled Billy into the middle of the ring and opted for a cover instead of applying the Sharpshooter, moments after Yoko hit the Bonzai Drop (Yoko's surprise return following Survivor Series 94)

In Your House #3
Saginaw, MI
Civic Center
September 24, 1995
- WWF World Champion Diesel & WWF IC Champion Shawn Michaels defeated WWF Tag Team Champions Davey Boy Smith (sub. for WWF Tag Team Champion Owen Hart) & Yokozuna (w/ Jim Cornette & Mr. Fuji) at 15:42 to win the titles when Diesel pinned an interfering Hart with the powerbomb after punching him as he came off the top; Hart appeared ringside during the final moments of the match; stipulations stated all three titles were on the line and that the winner of the fall would earn the loser of the fall's title; Smith was recognized as one half of the tag team champions for this match only, due to Hart's absence Grand Rapids, MI
September 25, 1995
Raw:
- The Smoking Gunns defeated WWF Tag Team Champions Owen Hart & Yokozuna to win the titles at 10:09 when Bart pinned Owen after Owen sustained the Sidewinder and an accidental slash from Yoko; after the bout, Diesel and Shawn Michaels came out to celebrate with the new champions

- February 1996: The Smoking Gunns were forced to relinquish the tag team titles due to a neck injury sustained to Billy Gunn. An 8-team tournament was held to determine the new champions. Prior to the finals, the Body Donnas defeated the Bushwhackers and Steve Austion & Savio Vega while the Godwinns defeated the New Rockers and Owen Hart & Davey Boy Smith.

WrestleMania XII
Anaheim, CA
Arrowhead Pond
March 31, 1996
Free For All:
WWF Tag Team Championship Tournament Finals: Skip & Zip (w/ Sunny) defeated Henry & Phinneas Godwinn (w/ Hillbilly Jim) at 5:24 when Skip pinned Phinneas with a roll up after Sunny distracted Phinneas from the apron by lifting the back of her skirt as he attempted the Slop Drop

New York City, NY
Madison Square Garden
May 19, 1996
- Henry & Phinneas Godwinn defeated WWF Tag Team Champions Skip & Zip to win the titles when Phinneas pinned Skip with a kick to the midsection and the Slop Drop after kissing Sunny on the ring apron; after the bout, the champions, Hillbilly Jim, Howard Finkel, and a young fan danced in the ring

In Your House "Beware of Dog"
Florence, SC
Civic Center
May 26, 1996
Free For All:
- The Smoking Gunns defeated WWF Tag Team Champions Henry & Phinneas Godwinn (w/ Hillbilly Jim & Sunny) to win the titles at 4:57 when Bart Gunn pinned Phinneas with a back suplex after Phinneas became distracted by Billy Gunn kissing Sunny on the ring apron; during a pre-match backstage interview conducted by Mr. Perfect, Sunny announced she was the new co-manager of the Godwinns

In Your House "Mindgames"
Philadelphia, PA
Spectrum
September 22, 1996
- Owen Hart & Davey Boy Smith defeated WWF Tag Team Champions the Smoking Gunns (w/ Sunny) to win the titles when Smith pinned Bart with the powerslam at 11:00 after Bart collided with Billy on the apron and Billy shoved his partner in retaliation; prior to the bout, a giant poster of Sunny was dropped from the rafters which had been defamed by Owen and Davey; during the opening moments, Clarence Mason came ringside in the place of Jim Cornette, who was still recovering backstage, after Mason stole the contracts of Owen & Smith out from under Cornette; after the match, Sunny grabbed a microphone, fired the Gunns, and stormed off

Evansville, IN
Roberts Memorial Stadium
May 26, 1997
Raw:
- Steve Austin & Shawn Michaels defeated WWF Tag Team Champions Owen Hart & Davey Boy Smith to win the titles at 13:25 when Austin pinned Smith after Michaels hit the superkick behind the referee's back; after the bout, Austin grabbed his title belt and left ringside to attack Bret Hart on the ramp while Smith, Owen, Brian Pillman, and Jim Neidhart attacked Michaels inside the ring; during the bout, Bret, Pillman, and Neidhart watched on from the ramp; if the champions had won, they would defend the titles as scheduled against the Legion of Doom at the King of the Ring but if the challengers won then they would defend against the LOD the following week

- June 16, 1997: Shawn Michaels was stripped of his half of the tag team championship when injuries sustained from a backstage brawl between he and Bret Hart the week prior put him on the sidelines (at least that was the reason given on TV). An 8-team tournament was held to determine who would face Austin and a partner of his choice, the winner of that bout becomming the new tag team champions. Prior to the finals, Owen Hart & Davey Boy Smith defeated the New Blackjacks and the Headbangers.

San Antonio, TX
Freeman Coliseum
July 14, 1997
Raw:
- Steve Austin & Dude Love (mystery partner) defeated WWF IC Champion Owen Hart & WWF European Champion Davey Boy Smith to win the vacant WWF Tag Team titles at around the 9-minute mark when Dude pinned Smith after Austin hit the Stunner behind the referee's back; Austin was prepared to wrestle the match as a handicap bout but Dude appeared on the Titantron and offered his services mid-way through the match; after the bout, several Dudettes came in the ring to celebrate the win as Austin shook Dude's hand and left ringside (Dude's surprise debut)

- September 7, 1997: Due to a neck injury sustained a month prior, Steve Austin was forced to relinquish the tag team championship. The Headbangers were named last-minute replacements for Austin & Dude Love in a four-way match which would now determine the new champions.

In Your House "Ground Zero"
Louisville, KY
Louisville Gardens
September 7, 1997
- The Headbangers (sub. for Steve Austin & Dude Love) defeated Owen Hart & WWF European Champion Davey Boy Smith, the Legion of Doom, and Henry & Phinneas Godwinn at 17:17 in an elimination match to win the vacant WWF Tag Team Championship; the LOD were disqualified at 9:38 for intercepting and using the Godwinns' slop bucket; Thrasher pinned Phinneas at 12:42 with an assisted sunset flip; Mosh pinned Owen after Steve Austin interfered and hit the Stunner; prior to the contest, Steve Austin and Dude Love relinquished their tag team championship belts before Austin hit the Stunner on Jim Ross; Ross was quicky attended to by medical personnel as well as Gerald Brisco, Pat Patterson, Commissioner Slaughter, Tony Garea, and Vince McMahon

In Your House "Badd Blood"
St. Louis, MO
Kiel Center
October 5, 1997
- Henry & Phinneas Godwinn (w/ Uncle Cletus) defeated WWF Tag Team Champions the Headbangers to win the titles at 12:17 when Phinneas pinned Mosh by reversing an attempt at the Bombs Away into a powerbomb, as Cletus held Thrasher back from making the save; after the bout, the new champions and Cletus attacked the Headbangers; Sunny was the guest ring announcer for the contest

Topeka, KS
October 7, 1997
Raw is War - 10/13/97:
- The Legion of Doom defeated WWF Tag Team Champions Henry & Phinneas Godwinn (w/ Uncle Cletus) to win the titles at 8:50 when Road Warrior Hawk pinned Phinneas with the flying clothesline, as Phinneas attempted to piledrive Road Warrior Animal; moments prior to the finish, Cletus accidentally hit Henry with the horseshoe; pre-match stipulations stated that if LOD did not win the titles, they would have to retire; after the bout, the Godwinns bloodied Uncle Cletus for costing them the titles

Fayetteville, NC
Cumberland County Center
November 24, 1997
Raw is War:
- Billy Gunn & the Road Dogg defeated WWF Tag Team Champions the Legion of Doom to win the titles at 9:23 when Gunn pinned Road Warrior Animal with a victory roll after Road Dogg hit Animal in the back with a steel chair, preventing the Doomsday Device; immediately after the win, the new champions ran backstage and drove off

WrestleMania XIV
Boston, MA
FleetCenter
March 29, 1998
- Cactus Jack & Terry Funk defeated WWF Tag Team Champions Billy Gunn & the Road Dogg to win the titles at 10:00 in a dumpster match after Funk used a forklift to drop the champions in a dumpster backstage; the titles were later held up since the illegal dumpster was used in the decision

Albany, NY
Pepsi Arena
March 30, 1998
Raw:
- The Road Dogg & Billy Gunn defeated Cactus Jack & Terry Funk in a steel cage match to win the vacant WWF Tag Team Titles at around the 4:30 mark when Road Dogg pinned Cactus following a spike piledriver onto a steel chair; prior to the bout, footage was shown of Funk being tended to backstage earlier in the day after sustaining a bruised hip the previous night at WrestleMania; Road Dogg wore a "JOB Squad: Pin Me, Pay Me" T-shirt for the match; the match could only be won via pinfall or submission; late in the bout, Triple H, Chyna, and X-Pac came out, with Chyna distracting the referee as X-Pac climbed the cage and repeatedly hit Cactus with a steel chair; after the match, Triple H, X-Pac, Road Dogg, Gunn, and Chyna continued to assault Cactus as Funk remained tied to the cage; moments later, Road Dogg & Gunn began doing the DX crotch chop, implying they had joined the group

East Rutherford, NJ
Continental Airlines Arena
July 13, 1998
Raw:
- Kane & Mankind defeated WWF Tag Team Champions the Road Dogg & Billy Gunn to win the titles after D-Lo Brown came through the crowd and hit a frogsplash, wearing his steel chest protector, as DX and the Nation brawled around ringside

Fully Loaded 98
Fresno, CA
Selland Arena
July 26, 1998
- WWF World Champion Steve Austin & The Undertaker defeated WWF Tag Team Champions Kane & Mankind (w/ Paul Bearer) to win the titles at 17:27 when the Undertaker pinned Kane with a chokeslam and a tombstone

Omaha, NE
Civic Auditorium
August 10, 1998
Raw:
- Kane & Mankind (w/ Paul Bearer) defeated Billy Gunn & the Road Dogg, WWF IC Champion the Rock & WWF European Champion D-Lo Brown (sub. for an injured Owen Hart), and WWF Tag Team Champions - WWF World Champion Steve Austin & the Undertaker to win the titles when Kane pinned Taker with the chokeslam at 14:30 after Taker dropped Brown with the chokeslam and sent Gunn to the floor with a clothesline; during the ring entrances, it was announced Hart, Dan Severn, and Ken Shamrock would compete the following week in a triple threat match; stipulations stated that one partner could not pin the other partner, which Gunn & Road Dogg did several weeks earlier; before the match, Shamrock attacked Hart, with Triple H & X-Pac then fighting with the Rock; moments later, Steve Blackman, Sgt. Slaughter, and referees came out to force Shamrock to break the hold as it was noted Shamrock would face Hart in a Lions Den match at Summer Slam; following the commercial break, it was announced D-Lo would replace Hart in the match; after the contest, Taker appeared to not feel the effects of the chokeslam as he stared at Austin in the ring

Summer Slam 98
New York City, NY
Madison Square Garden
August 30, 1998
- Billy Gunn & the Road Dogg defeated WWF Tag Team Champion Mankind at 5:16 in a handicap No DQ falls count anywhere match to win the titles following a spike piledriver onto one of the title belts; after the match, Mankind's missing partner Kane appeared out of a dumpster at ringside and attacked Mankind with a sledgehammer

Tacoma, WA
Tacoma Dome
December 14, 1998
Raw:
WWF IC Champion Ken Shamrock & WWF Hardcore Champion the Big Bossman (w/ Shawn Michaels) defeated WWF Tag Team Champions the Road Dogg & Billy Gunn to win the titles when Gunn submitted to Shamrock’s ankle lock after Michaels hit the title holder in the ankle with Bossman’s nightstick

Phoenix, AZ
America West Arena
January 25, 1999
Raw:
- Owen Hart & Jeff Jarrett defeated WWF Tag Team Champions - WWF IC Champion Ken Shamrock & the Big Bossman to win the titles after the Blue Blazer interfered and hit Shamrock over the head with a guitar

Long Island, NY
Nassau Coliseum
March 30, 1999
Raw - 4/5/99:
- Kane & X-Pac defeated WWF Tag Team Champions Jeff Jarrett & Owen Hart (w/ Debra) to win the titles at 5:58 when X-Pac pinned Jarrett after Kane dropped Jarrett with the chokeslam and then threw his partner on top for the cover

Moline, IL
May 25, 1999
Raw is War - 5/31/99:
- The Acolytes defeated WWF Tag Team Champions X-Pac & Kane to win the titles at 4:44 when Bradshaw pinned X-Pac with the Clothesline from Hell after Shane McMahon interfered and blocked X-Pac's Bronko Buster attempt on Bradshaw with a steel chair

Fayetteville, NC
June 29, 1999
Raw is War - 7/5/99:
- Matt & Jeff Hardy (w/ Michael Hayes) defeated WWF Tag Team Champions the Acolytes to win the titles at 4:25 when Matt pinned Bradshaw with a tornado DDT after Jeff used Michael Hayes' cane as a weapon; Bradshaw wrestled without medical clearance after being tombstoned onto the steel ring steps by Kane on Sunday Night Heat; prior to their entrance, Bradshaw knocked down a medic who tried to stop him from participating in the match; after the match, the new champions and Hayes celebrated at the entrance stage

Fully Loaded 99
Buffalo, NY
Marine Midland Arena
July 25, 1999
- The Acolytes defeated Michael Hayes, WWF Tag Team Champions Matt & Jeff Hardy at 9:32 to win the titles in a No DQ handicap match by pinning Hayes with a spike powerbomb

Chicago, IL
AllState Arena
August 9, 1999
Raw:
- Kane & X-Pac defeated WWF Tag Team Champions the Acolytes to win the titles at 4:36 when X-Pac pinned Farooq by reversing the Dominator into the X-Factor; after the bout, the Road Dogg came ringside to celebrate; moments later, X-Pac took the mic and prompted Kane to speak, but without his voice box; Kane then said "Suck it!" (Kane & X-Pac's first appearance with their mixed entrance music)

Summer Slam 99
Minneapolis, MN
Target Center
August 22, 1999
- The Undertaker & the Big Show (w/ Paul Bearer) defeated WWF Tag Team Champions Kane & X-Pac to win the titles at 12:03 when Taker pinned X-Pac with the tombstone; moments prior to the finish, Show hit the chokeslam on X-Pac and placed one foot on his chest for the cover but the champion kicked out

Boston, MA
FleetCenter
August 30, 1999
Raw:
- Mankind & the Rock defeated WWF Tag Team Champions the Big Show & the Undertaker to win the titles at 8:13 when Rock pinned Show after hitting him over the head with a steel chair followed by a double People's Elbow from both challengers; Taker never legally tagged in and actually walked out of the match at around the 6-minute mark after Paul Bearer came ringside and showed him something in his jacket

Albany, NY
Pepsi Arena
September 7, 1999
Smackdown!:
- The Undertaker & the Big Show defeated WWF Tag Team Champions Mankind & the Rock to win the titles in a Buried Alive match at 11:43 after WWF World Champion Triple H came out, as Rock and Taker fought near the entrance stage, struck Show in the back of the head with a sledgehammer and then poured dirt onto Mankind in the grave; mid-way through the match, Rock and Taker fought their way backstage, where Triple H attacked Rock before Kane intervened; moments later, Chyna hit Kane in the back with a steel chair but he shrugged it off and stalked her down the hallway; after the match, an ambulance drove into the arena to tend to Mankind and Show; moments later, Triple H opened the ambulance door to find Steve Austin inside; Austin then attacked Triple H, put him in the ambulance, and drove it out of the arena; Austin then got into a WWE tractor trailer and twice drove it into the ambulance

Houston, TX
September 20, 1999
Raw:
- The Rock & Mankind defeated Mideon, Viscera (sub. for WWF Tag Team Champion the Undertaker), & WWF Tag Team Champion the Big Show in a handicap match following the People's Elbow to win the titles; prior to the contest, the Undertaker made the match under 'darkside rules' and took himself out of the bout before attacking his own tag team partner

Dallas, TX
September 21, 1999
Smackdown!:
- The Road Dogg & Billy Gunn defeated WWF Tag Team Champions the Rock & Mankind to win the titles after Gunn hit the Fameasser on Mankind

Birmingham, AL
October 12, 1999
Smackdown!:
- Mankind & the Rock defeated WWF Tag Team Champions the Road Dogg & Billy Gunn to win the titles at 8:30 when Mankind pinned Gunn after Hardcore Holly interfered behind the referee's back and hit Gunn with the title belt after Crash Holly interfered and accidentally hit Mankind with a baseball bat when Gunn moved out of the way; prior to the bout, Mankind cut an in-ring promo on the fact the match would be his and the Rock's last match as a team

Columbus, OH
October 18, 1999
Raw:
- Hardcore & Crash Holly defeated WWF Tag Team Champions the Rock & Mankind to win the titles at 7:30 when Hardcore pinned Rock after Triple H interfered behind the referee's back and hit the Pedigree; Mick Foley sat on the ring steps with his back to the ring for the duration of the match and left immediately after the decision; after the bout, Steve Austin attacked Triple H from behind on the stage, throwing him in the ring where Rock followed by hitting the Rock Bottom; as Rock attempted the People's Elbow, Austin gave him two middle fingers and then hit the Stunner on Triple H instead

Philadelphia, PA
First Union Center
November 2, 1999
Smackdown!:
- Mankind & Al Snow defeated WWF Tag Team Champions Hardcore & Crash Holly to win the titles following Mankind's double arm DDT

State College, PA
November 8, 1999
Raw:
- The Road Dogg & Billy Gunn defeated WWF Tag Team Champions Mankind & Al Snow to win the titles when Dogg pinned Snow after a chair shot from Gunn

No Way Out 00
Hartford, CT
Civic Center
February 27, 2000
- The Dudley Boyz defeated WWF Tag Team Champions Billy Gunn & the Road Dogg to win the titles at 5:20 when D-Von pinned Road Dogg following the 3D after Bubba Ray hit Gunn in the shoulder with a lead pipe; later in the show, Gunn's shoulder was attended to backstage by medics (Gunn's last match for 7 months)

WrestleMania 2000
Anaheim, CA
Arrowhead Pond
April 2, 2000
- Edge & Christian defeated Matt & Jeff Hardy and WWF Tag Team Champions the Dudley Boyz in a ladder match to win the titles at 22:25 after Edge shoved Matt from a table top, placed across the top of two ladders, through a second table set up in the ring

Vancouver, British Columbia
General Motors Place
May 29, 2000
Raw:
- Too Cool defeated WWF Tag Team Champions Edge & Christian to win the titles at 3:32 when Grandmaster Sexay pinned Christian following a belt shot to the face after Joe C interfered behind the referee's back and used a hockey stick to land a low blow on Christian; Joe C and Rikishi came ringside late in the contest; prior to the bout, the champions did a 5-second pose to honor overrated midget rappers, a reference to Joe C, in which they got down on their knees and put on urban hats; after the bout, the new champions, Rikishi, and Joe C danced in the ring

King of the Ring 00
Boston, MA
FleetCenter
June 25, 2000
- Edge & Christian defeated WWF Tag Team Champions Scotty 2 Hotty & Grandmaster Sexay, Matt & Jeff Hardy (w/ Lita), and Test & Albert (w/ Trish Stratus) in an elimination match to win the titles at 13:48; Matt pinned Test at 3:42 following the Swanton by Jeff after Test hit Matt with a pumphandle slam and Jeff knocked Albert to the floor as he attempted to break the cover; Christian pinned Matt with the Unprettier at 7:57 after Matt attempted the Twist of Fate on Edge; Edge pinned Grandmaster following a belt shot to the back of the head from Christian after Grandmaster hit the Tennessee Jam; prior to the bout, Edge & Christian did a 5-second pose in tribute to the Bill Buchner error from the 86 World Series

Unforgiven 00
Philadelphia, PA
First Union Center
September 24, 2000
- Matt & Jeff Hardy (w/ Lita) defeated WWF Tag Team Champions Edge & Christian in a steel cage match to win the titles at 13:32 after both challengers hit a con-chair-two on Edge as the three men were on the top of the cage, allowing Matt Hardy to climb over the top to the floor; Jeff escaped over the top at 2:01; Christian escaped over the top at 9:28; Lita came out to help the Hardyz at around the 11:30 mark

No Mercy 00
Albany, NY
Pepsi Arena
October 22, 2000
- Los Conquistadors (Edge & Christian under masks) defeated WWF Tag Team Champions Matt & Jeff Hardy at 10:52 to win the titles when Conquistador #2 pinned Matt with the Unprettier after Matt attempted to unmask Conquistador #1; later in the show, Edge & Christian congratulated the new champions backstage

Hartford, CT
Civic Center
October 23, 2000
Raw:
- WWF Tag Team Champions Los Conquistadors defeated Edge in a handicap match at 1:43 following the Swanton; after the bout, as Christian came to the ring to console his partner, the Conquistadors unmasked and were revealed as the Hardy Boyz; moments thereafter, Commissioner Mick Foley allowed both the previous night's controversial tag team title change as well as this switch

Houston, TX
Compaq Center
November 6, 2000
Raw:
- The Godfather & Bull Buchanon (w/ Steven Richards) defeated WWF Tag Team Champions Matt & Jeff Hardy to win the titles at 5:19 when Richards placed on of the tag belts on top of the Goodfather before Jeff hit a top rope move, allowing the Goodfather to score the pin; earlier in the match, Edge & Christian interfered but were quickly sent out of the ring by the champions

Armageddon 00
Birmingham, AL
Boutwell Auditorium
December 10, 2000
- Edge & Christian defeated WWF Tag Team Champions the Goodfather & Bull Buchanon (w/ Steven Richards), the Road Dogg & K-Kwick, and the Dudley Boyz to win the titles at 9:42 when Edge pinned Bubba Ray after hitting the spear and Christian following with the Unprettier behind the referee's back

Greenville, SC
Bi-Lo Center
December 18, 2000
Raw:
- The Rock & the Undertaker defeated WWF Tag Team Champions Edge & Christian to win the titles at 8:42 when the Rock pinned Edge with a spinebuster and the People's Elbow

Charlotte, NC
Coliseum
December 19, 2000
Smackdown!:
- Edge & Christian defeated WWF Tag Team Champions the Rock & the Undertaker to win the titles when Edge pinned the Rock after guest referee Kurt Angle hit the Olympic Slam on the Rock and laid Edge on top for the win

Royal Rumble 01
New Orleans, LA
Arena
January 21, 2001
- The Dudley Boyz defeated WWF Tag Team Champions Edge & Christian to win the titles at 10:00 when D-Von pinned Edge following the 3D after a failed Wazzup Drop by the champions

Washington DC
MCI Center
March 5, 2001
Raw:
- Matt & Jeff Hardy defeated WWF Tag Team Champions the Dudley Boyz to win the titles when Matt pinned D-Von after Christian came ringside and hit D-Von in the back with a steel chair; after the bout, Lita came out on the stage to celebrate the victory

Albany, NY
Pepsi Arena
March 19, 2001
Raw:
- Edge & Christian (sub. for the Dudley Boyz) defeated WWF Tag Team Champions Matt & Jeff Hardy (w/ Lita) to win the titles when Edge pinned Jeff after Rhyno interfered and hit the Gore (Rhyno's debut)
- The Dudley Boyz defeated WWF Tag Team Champions Edge & Christian to win the titles following the 3D on Edge after Spike Dudley interfered, dropkicked a chair into Christian's face, and hit him with the Acid Drop (Spike's debut)

WrestleMania X-7
Houston, TX
AstroDome
April 1, 2001
- Edge & Christian defeated WWF Tag Team Champions the Dudley Boyz and Matt & Jeff Hardy in TLC 2 to win the titles at 15:41 when Christian, on Rhyno's shoulders, grabbed the belts as Edge prevented D-Von Dudley from making the save, moments after Rhyno shoved both Bubba Ray Dudley and Matt Hardy off the top of a ladder, with both men falling through a table set up on the floor; earlier in the bout, both Lita and Spike Dudley interfered on behalf of their teams as well; voted Pro Wrestling Illustrated's Match of the Year

Nashville, TN
April 17, 2001
Smackdown!:
The Undertaker & Kane defeated WWF Tag Team Champions Edge & Christian (w/ WWF Hardcore Champion Rhyno) in a No DQ match to win the titles when Taker pinned Christian with the Last Ride

Backlash 01
Chicago, IL
Allstate Arena
April 29, 2001
- WWF World Champion Steve Austin & WWF IC Champion Triple H (w/ Stephanie McMahon) defeated WWF Tag Team Champions the Undertaker & Kane to win the titles when Triple H pinned Kane after hitting him with a sledgehammer; all three championships were at stake in the match

San Jose, CA
May 21, 2001
Raw:
- Chris Benoit & Chris Jericho defeated WWF Tag Team Champions - WWF World Champion Steve Austin & Triple H (w/ Stephanie McMahon) to win the titles at 13:55 when Jericho pinned Austin after Triple H accidentally hit his partner in the stomach with a sledgehammer, meaning to hit Jericho who had Austin covered after hitting the Lionsault; late in the bout, Triple H tore his quadriceps muscle when he broke Jericho's Walls of Jericho applied on Austin (Triple H's last match for 7 months)

Orlando, FL
TD Waterhouse Centre
June 19, 2001
Smackdown!:
- The Dudley Boyz defeated WWF Tag Team Champions Chris Benoit & Chris Jericho to win the titles when Bubba Ray pinned Benoit after Steve Austin interfered and hit Benoit with his world title belt as the Crippler Crossface was applied

Atlanta, GA
Philips Arena
July 9, 2001
Raw:
- The Acolytes defeated WWF Tag Team Champions the Dudley Boyz to win the titles when Bradshaw pinned D-Von with the Clothesline from Hell after Spike Dudley interfered and broke his crutch over Bubba Ray Dudley

Los Angeles, CA
August 7, 2001
Smackdown!:
- Diamond Dallas Page & Chris Kanyon defeated WWF Tag Team Champions the Acolytes to win the titles after Test interfered and joined the Alliance

Summer Slam 01
San Jose, CA
Compaq Center
August 19, 2001
- WCW Tag Team Champions the Undertaker & Kane (w/ Sara) defeated WWF Tag Team Champions Diamond Dallas Page & WCW US Champion Kanyon in a steel cage match to win the titles at 10:13 when Taker pinned Page with a chokeslam off the top rope and the powerbomb after changing his mind about letting Page leave the cage on the condition he never look at Sara again; Kanyon escaped the cage by going over the top at around the 6-minute mark after Taker told Kane to let him leave; after escaping the cage, Kanyon immediately went backstage; both titles were at stake in the match

Nashville, TN
Gaylord Entertainment Center
September 17, 2001
Raw:
- The Dudley Boyz defeated WWF / WCW Tag Team Champions the Undertaker & Kane to win the WWF tag team titles after Kronik interfered

Kansas City, MO
October 22, 2001
Raw:
- WCW World Champion Chris Jericho & the Rock defeated WWF Tag Team Champions the Dudley Boyz to win the titles at 7:46 when Rock pinned D-Von with the Rock Bottom after Jericho prevented the champions from using the 3D

Cincinnati, OH
Firstar Center
October 30, 2001
Smackdown!:
- Booker T & Test defeated WWF Tag Team Champions - WCW World Champion Chris Jericho & the Rock to win the titles at 9:08 when Test pinned Rock with a boot to the face after Jericho accidentally hit a missile dropkick on his partner; after the bout, the two argued before Rock dropped Jericho with the Rock Bottom; moments later, the Rock left the ring but returned to hit another Rock Bottom on the dazed Jericho

Boston, MA
FleetCenter
November 12, 2001
Raw:
Matt & Jeff Hardy (w/ Lita) defeated WWF Tag Team Champions Booker T & Test to win the titles when Matt pinned Booker with a roll up after Lita interfered and hit a hurricanrana off the top on Booker

- The WWF Tag Team Championship was unified with the WCW Tag Team Championship on November 19, 2001 in Greensboro, NC following a unification steel cage match pitting the Hardy Boyz against the Dudley Boyz. The Dudley Boyz, who walked in as the WCW title holders, won the match and - since the Alliance was disbanded due to the main event of the show - the title belts reverted to WWF championships.

New York City, NY
Madison Square Garden
January 7, 2002
Raw:
- Tazz & Spike Dudley defeated WWF Tag Team Champions the Dudley Boyz (w/ Stacy Keibler) in a hardcore match to win the titles at 3:45 when Spike pinned Bubba Ray with the Dudley Dogg through a table

Rockford, IL
Metro Center
February 19, 2002
Smackdown!:
Billy Gunn & Chuck Palumbo defeated WWF Tag Team Champions Spike Dudley & Tazz to win the titles

Judgment Day 02
Nashville, TN
Gaylord Entertainment Center
May 19, 2002
- Rikishi & Rico (mystery partner) defeated WWE Tag Team Champions Billy Gunn & Chuck Palumbo to win the titles at 3:50 when Rikishi pinned Palumbo after Rico accidentally kicked Palumbo when Rikishi moved out of the way, with Rikishi then kicking Rico before making the cover; prior to the bout, Rico escorted the champions to the ring; following the ring entrances, Howard Finkel receiced a note identifying Rico as Rikishi's partner, as chosen by Vince McMahon Oklahoma City, OK
Cox Convention Center
June 4, 2002
Smackdown!:
- Billy Gunn & Chuck Palumbo defeated WWE Tag Team Champions Rikishi & Rico in an elimination match to win the titles at 4:05; Rico submitted to a wrist lock from Palumbo at the 24-second mark; Rikishi pinned Gunn with a Diamond Cutter at 1:59; Palumbo pinned Rikishi with the Jungle Kick after Rico interfered and hit a spin kick on his partner; during the cover, Gunn pushed Rikishi's foot off the bottom rope

Boston, MA
FleetCenter
July 2, 2002
Smackdown!:
- Hulk Hogan & Edge defeated WWE Tag Team Champions Billy Gunn & Chuck Palumbo (w/ Rico) to win the titles at 10:04 when Edge pinned Palumbo following a double boot to the face and a legdrop from both Edge and Hogan; Hogan used his classic "Real American" theme song before and after the bout to celebrate Independence Day (Hogan's first time using "Real American" in 9 years)

Vengeance
Detroit, MI
Joe Louis Arena
July 21, 2002
- Christian & Lance Storm defeated WWE Tag Team Champions Hulk Hogan & Edge to win the titles at 10:01 when Storm pinned Edge after Chris Jericho came out of the crowd and hit Edge in the face with one of the title belts; moments prior to the finish, Rikishi battled an interfering Test backstage after Test kicked Edge in the face

- July 29, 2002: Lance Storm & Christian jumped to the Raw brand, bringing the tag team championship with them. Their absence on Smackdown! eventually led to a tag team tournament held in October which gave Smackdown! its own exclusive tag team title holders.

Anaheim, CA
Arrowhead Pond
September 23, 2002
Raw:
- Kane & the Hurricane (mystery partner) defeated WWE Tag Team Champions Lance Storm & Christian to win the titles at 6:27 when Kane pinned Storm after hitting a double chokeslam; William Regal was in the champions' corner early in the bout but was sent backstage after both he and Test interfered

Montreal, Quebec
October 14, 2002
Raw:
- Chris Jericho & Christian defeated WWE Tag Team Champions the Hurricane & WWE IC Champion Kane at 6:47 to win the titles when Jericho pinned the Hurricane with a roll over and putting his feet on the ropes for leverage

Armageddon 02
Ft. Lauderdale, FL
Office Depot Center
December 15, 2002
- Booker T & Goldust defeated Lance Storm & William Regal, the Dudley Boyz, and WWE Raw Tag Team Champions Chris Jericho & Christian in an elimination match to win the titles at 16:45; Regal pinned Bubba at 5:18 by grabbing the tights for leverage after Storm hit a top rope legdrop as Bubba covered Christian following the 3D; Goldust pinned Regal with a powerslam at 6:33; Booker pinned Jericho with the Book End as Jericho attempted to hit Booker with one of the title belts

Phoenix, AZ
America West Arena
January 6, 2003
Raw:
- Lance Storm & William Regal defeated WWE Raw Tag Team Champions Booker T & Goldust to win the titles at 14:14 when Storm pinned Booker after Regal hit Booker with a pair of brass knuckles; late in the contest, Chief Morley made himself special referee for the bout and counted the pinfall after preventing referee Nick Patrick from making a count on the challengers

Royal Rumble 03
Boston, MA
FleetCenter
January 19, 2003
- The Dudley Boyz defeated WWE Raw Tag Team Champions Lance Storm & William Regal to win the titles at 7:23 when D-Von pinned Storm after hitting him with Regal's brass knuckles after the challengers hit the 3D on Regal and Bubba Ray knocked an interfering Chief Morley off the ring apron

Providence, RI
Dunkin' Donuts Center
January 20, 2003
Raw:
- Lance Storm & William Regal defeated WWE Raw Tag Team Champions the Dudley Boyz in an impromptu match to win the titles at the 15 second mark after Bubba Ray Dudley was sent through a table before the bout began

Seattle, WA
Key Arena
March 31, 2003
Raw:
- Rob Van Dam & Kane defeated the Dudley Boyz and WWE Raw Tag Team Champions Lance Storm & Chief Morley (sub. for William Regal) in an elimination match to win the titles; RVD pinned D-Von with the Van Daminator; RVD pinned Morley with the Five Star Frog Splash after Kane hit the chokeslam on both opponents; due to prematch stipulations, had RVD and Kane not won the match they would be forced to work for Chief Morley

Bad Blood (Raw)
Houston, TX
Compaq Center
June 15, 2003
- Sylvian Grenier & Rene Dupree defeated WWE Raw Tag Team Champions Rob Van Dam & Kane to win the titles at 5:48 when Grenier pinned RVD following a double team move after Van Dam accidentally injured Kane with a dive to the floor

Unforgiven 03 (Raw)
Hershey, PA
Giant Center
September 21, 2003
- The Dudley Boyz defeated Rob Conway, WWE Raw Tag Team Champions Sylvian Grenier & Rene Dupree in a handicap tables match to win the titles at 10:17; D-Von was put through a table at 6:50; Bubba put Grenier through a table with a suplex at 8:08; the Dudleyz threw Conway from the ring through a table set up at ringside at 9:15; Dupree was put through a table with the 3D; Spike Dudley was scheduled to be part of the match, making it a 6-man tag, but was deemed too injured to compete after recent attacks from the champions

Armageddon 03 (Raw)
Orlando, FL
TD Waterhouse Center
December 14, 2003
- Ric Flair & Batista defeated WWE Raw Tag Team Champions the Dudley Boyz, Scott Steiner & Test, Rob Conway & Rene Dupree, the Hurricane & Rosey, Mark Jindrak & Garrison Cade, and Lance Storm & Val Venis to win the titles in a tag team turmoil match at 21:32; Hurricane pinned Conway at 3:18 with a splash off Rosey's shoulders; Jindrak pinned Hurricane with a roll up at 3:35 by sneaking up behind him after Jindrak & Cade came through the crowd; Jindrak pinned Venis at 10:55 after Cade swept Venis' leg out during a suplex into the ring and held the foot down during the cover; Bubba Ray pinned Jindrak following the 3D at 12:19; D-Von pinned Test at 19:27 after Bubba hit the Bubba Bomb; after the Dudleyz were announced as the winners, Eric Bischoff came out and said there was one more team left to enter the match - Ric Flair & Batista; Batista pinned D-Von with the sit-down powerbomb as Flair had Bubba caught in the figure-4

Bakersfield, CA
Centennial Garden Arena
February 16, 2004
Raw:
- Booker T & Rob Van Dam defeated WWE Raw Tag Team Champions Ric Flair & Batista (w/ Randy Orton) to win the titles at 9:38 when Booker pinned Flair after RVD hit the Five Star Frog Splash as Booker was caught in the figure-4, while the referee was distracted by Mick Foley battling Orton and Batista on the floor

Detroit, MI
Joe Louis Arena
March 22, 2004
Raw:
- Ric Flair & Batista defeated WWE Raw Tag Team Champions Rob Van Dam & Booker T at 13:30 to win the titles when Batista pinned Booker with the sit-down powerbomb after RVD came off the top with a kick, accidentally nailing his partner in the back of the head

Calgary, Alberta
Saddledome
April 19, 2004
Raw:
WWE Raw World Champion Chris Benoit & Edge defeated WWE Raw Tag Team Champions Ric Flair & Batista at 17:22 to win the titles when Edge pinned Batista with the spear moments after Shawn Michaels came ringside and hit the superkick on an interfering Triple H on the floor

Montreal, Quebec
Bell Centre
May 31, 2004
Raw:
- Sylvian Grenier & Rob Conway defeated WWE Raw Tag Team Champions - WWE Raw World Champion Chris Benoit & Edge to win the titles at 11:53 when Grenier pinned Edge following a double team move after Edge accidentally hit the spear on Benoit

Taboo Tuesday (Raw)
Milwaukee, WI
Bradley Center
October 19, 2004
- Chris Benoit & Edge defeated WWE Raw Tag Team Champions Sylvian Grenier & Rob Conway to win the titles at 16:03 when Conway submitted to Benoit's Crippler Crossface after Benoit avoided a clothesline; Benoit wrestled the last 3 minutes of the bout by himself as Edge, frustrated that he wasn't voted to wrestle for the world title in the main event, walked out of the match, with a camera backstage showing him drive off in his car; the challengers were chosen as a result of not being picked to face Triple H for the world title later in the broadcast

Peoria, IL
November 1, 2004
Raw:
- Rob Conway & Sylvian Grenier defeated WWE Raw Tag Team Champions Chris Benoit & Edge to win the titles when Grenier pinned Benoit after delivering the Aur Reviour behind the referee's back; Benoit worked the match by himself after coming to the ring alone; once Edge did arrive, he spent much of the contest doing guest commentary; after the bout, Edge bloodied Benoit and locked him in the Crippler Crossface until Benoit tapped out

Indianapolis, IN
Conseco Fieldhouse
November 15, 2004
Raw:
- William Regal & Eugene defeated WWE Raw Tag Team Champions Rob Conway & Sylvian Grenier and Rhyno & Tajiri in an elimination match to win the titles at 13:05; Grenier pinned Rhyno at 9:17 after Rhyno missed the Gore; Eugene pinned Grenier with the People's Elbow

Winnipeg, Manitoba
MTS Centre
January 16, 2005
- Rob Conway & Sylvian Grenier defeated Jonathan Coachman (sub. for an injured Eugene) & WWE Raw Tag Team Champion William Regal to win the titles when Regal was pinned with the Aur Reviour after Regal went to tag Coachman but instead attacked him; prior to the bout, Coachman came out as the guest ring announcer and announced himself as Regal's partner to defend the titles; after the match, Coachman hit a low blow on Regal before Regal came back with several knee shots and sent Coachman to the floor

Saitama, Japan
Super Arena
February 4, 2005
Raw - 2/7/05:
- William Regal & Tajiri defeated WWE Raw Tag Team Champions Rob Conway & Sylvian Grenier to win the titles at 4:12 when Tajiri pinned Grenier with the kick to the head after avoiding a blow with the Quebec flag and spraying green mist into Grenier's face; after the bout, Tajiri cut a short promo in the ring before he and Regal went into the crowd to celebrate

Backlash 05 (Raw)
Manchester, NH
Verizon Wireless Arena
May 1, 2005
- The Hurricane & Rosey defeated WWE Raw Tag Team Champions William Regal & Tajiri, the Heart Throbs, Rob Conway & Sylvian Grenier, and Maven & Simon Dean in a tag team turmoil match to win the titles at 13:40; Tajiri pinned Antonio at 3:03 with a sunset flip out of the corner after Antonio hit the corner; Regal pinned Dean at 5:45 with a running knee to the head; Conway pinned Regal at 9:15 with a roll up and grabbing the tights for leverage after Regal knocked Grenier off the ring apron; Hurricane pinned Conway with a splash from Rosey's shoulders

Unforgiven 05 (Raw)
Oklahoma City, OK
Ford Center
September 18, 2005
- Lance Cade & Trevor Murdoch defeated WWE Raw Tag Team Champions the Hurricane & Rosey to win the titles at 7:41 when Murdoch pinned Hurricane following a clothesline / legsweep double team; the Hurricane suffered a DDT from the apron to the floor by Murdoch at around the 4-minute mark and was attended to by the trainer and a referee but returned to the ring late in the bout

Taboo Tuesday (Raw)
San Diego, CA
Sports Arena
November 1, 2005
- The Big Show & Kane defeated WWE Raw Tag Team Champions Trevor Murdoch & Lance Cade to win the titles following a double chokeslam on Cade

Chicago, IL
AllState Arena
April 3, 2006
Raw:
- Kenny & Mikey (w/ Mitch, Nicky, & Johnny) defeated WWE Raw Tag Team Champions Kane & the Big Show to win the titles at 3:53 when Kenny pinned Show with a legdrop off the top after all five Spirit Squad members interfered and hit the Upsy Daisy

- April 10, 2006: It was announced that any combination of the Spirit Squad would be allowed to defend the championship.

Cyber Sunday (Raw)
Cincinnati, OH
US Bank Arena
November 5, 2006
- Ric Flair & Roddy Piper (mystery partner) (w/ Dusty Rhodes & Sgt. Slaughter) defeated WWE Raw Tag Team Champions Kenny & Mikey (w/ Mitch, Johnny, & Mikey) to win the titles at 6:57 when Mikey submitted to Flair's figure-4; Piper won 46% of the vote beating Sgt. Slaughter, with 19%, and Dusty Rhodes, with 35%; after the bout, Slaughter and Rhodes helped clear the ring of the Spirit Squad

Manchester, England
Manchester Evening News Arena
November 13, 2006
Raw:
- Edge & Randy Orton defeated WWE Raw Tag Team Champions Ric Flair & Roddy Piper to win the titles at 4:57 when Edge pinned Flair with the spear as Flair attempted to apply the figure-4 on Orton; Flair wrestled the entire match alone after the challengers attacked Piper on the floor before the match began, with Edge landing a Con-Chair-Two on Piper and Piper having to be helped backstage; after the bout, Triple H & Shawn Michaels came out, cleared the ring of the new champions, and fought off several security guards as the show came to a close

Dallas, TX
American Airlines Center
January 29, 2007
Raw:
- WWE World Champion John Cena & Shawn Michaels defeated WWE Raw Tag Team Champions Edge & Randy Orton to win the titles at 14:52 when Cena pinned Orton with the FU after Michaels avoided Orton's RKO and threw him to the mat; after the bout, Cena caught Michaels looking like he was going to drop Cena with the superkick and argued with him until the Undertaker appeared and stared at Cena to close the show

Dayton, OH
Nutter Center
April 2, 2007
Raw:
- Matt & Jeff Hardy won a 10-team battle royal by last eliminating Trevor Murdoch & Lance Cassidy at 12:14 to win the WWE Raw Tag Team titles; other teams included: WWE Raw Tag Team Champions - WWE World Champion John Cena & Shawn Michaels, WWE Smackdown! Tag Team Champions Paul London & Brian Kendrick, Viscera & Val Venis, Johnny Nitro & Mike Mizanin, William Regal & Dave Taylor, Tommy Dreamer & the Sandman, Marcus Cor Von & Kevin Thorn (w/ Ariel), and WWE Cruiserweight Champion Chavo Guerrero Jr. & Gregory Helms; order of elimination: Venis by most of the participants after they failed to eliminate Viscera (0:45); Regal by Dreamer (1:40); Dreamer by Murdoch (2:29); Cor Von & Thorn (eliminated during the commercial break); Nitro by Michaels via the superkick as Nitro sat on the turnbuckle trying with Mizanin to eliminate Cena (7:03); Cena by Michaels by throwing him out from behind (7:21); Kendrick and Guerrero were both eliminated when Kendrick used a leg scissors to pull Guerrero over the top (8:30); Murdoch by Jeff via a springboard dropkick off Matt's back, knocking Murdoch off the top turnbuckle

Tampa, FL
St. Pete Times Forum
June 4, 2007
Raw:
- Lance Cade & Trevor Murdoch defeated WWE Raw Tag Team Champions Matt & Jeff Hardy to win the titles at 12:31 when Cade pinned Jeff after avoiding the Swanton and Murdoch shoving Jeff's foot off the bottom rope during the cover; Matt's ribs were heavily taped following the ladder match at One Night Stand; after the bout, Matt confronted the new champions in the ring as to whether Jeff's foot was on the bottom rope, with both saying they didn't see it and Murdoch kicking Matt and both blasting the Hardys in the face with the title belts

Bridgeport, CT
December 10, 2007
- Hardcore Holly & Cody Rhodes defeated WWE Raw Tag Team Champions Trevor Murdoch & Lance Cade to win the titles when Holly pinned Murdoch following the Alabama Slam

Night of Champions 08
Dallas, TX
American Airlines Center
June 29, 2008
- Ted Dibiase Jr. & Cody Rhodes (mystery partner) defeated WWE Raw Tag Team Champion Hardcore Holly to win the titles at 1:34 when Dibiase pinned Holly with a Million $ Dream into a side Russian legsweep after Rhodes attacked Holly and dropped him with the DDT; prior to the bout, Dibiase came out alone for his match against Rhodes & Holly and said his partner was running late and asked to postpone the bout for later in the show; after agreeing to let the match go on, Dibiase said he wanted Holly in the ring with him first, with Rhodes then jumping Holly (Dibiase's in-ring debut)

Knoxville, TN
Thompson-Boling Arena
August 4, 2008
Raw:
- John Cena & Batista defeated WWE Raw Tag Team Champions Ted Dibiase Jr. & Cody Rhodes to win the titles at 14:14 when Batista pinned Dibiase with the spear and sit-down powerbomb after Cena knocked Rhodes to the floor; after the bout, Cena and Batista took turns holding up their belt in the other's face and to the crowd

Richmond, VA
Coliseum
August 11, 2008
Raw:
- Cody Rhodes & Ted Dibiase Jr. defeated WWE Raw Tag Team Champions John Cena & Batista to win the titles at 8:05 when Dibiase pinned Cena with a roll up as Cena was arguing with Batista on the ring apron; after the bout, Cena and Batista faced off but then cleared the ring of Rhodes & Dibiase and threw them into the ring steps; moments later, the two went after each other in the ring until the ring filled with security guards and officials who attempted to break up the fight as the broadcast ended

Tucson, AZ; Convention Center
October 27, 2008
Raw:
- CM Punk & Kofi Kingston defeated WWE Raw Tag Team Champions Ted Dibiase Jr. & Cody Rhodes (w/ Manu) to win the titles at 12:34 when Punk pinned Dibiase with the Go To Sleep after holding the ropes to avoid the Million $ Dream into the Russian legsweep

Hamilton, Ontario; Copps Coliseum
December 13, 2008
- John Morrison & Mike Mizanin defeated WWE Raw Tag Team Champions CM Punk & Kofi Kingston to win the titles when Mizanin pinned Kingston with the Reality Check after Kingston hit Morrison with the spin kick to the face

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