Da Hit Squad

Da Hit Squad was a professional wrestling tag team in Ring of Honor, Jersey All Pro Wrestling and many other independent promotions. The members were Monsta Mack and Mafia. They were known as the Hardest Hitting tag team in ROH. This duo of Repeat Offenders brutalized their opponents with numerous high impact moves. They were known for upholding ROH's Code of Honor.

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Christopher Street Connection - Career - Ring of Honor (2002-2003)
... They appeared in the opening match against Da Hit Squad and, after Mendoza was pinned by Mafia, Da Hit Squad attacked Allison Danger by putting her though a table ... their second appearance in ROH at A Night of Appreciation losing to Da Hit Squad once again in a three-way match with Prince Nana and female wrestler Simply ... face the Badstreet Boys (Joey Matthews and Christian York), The Carnage Crew (Loc and Devito) and Da Hit Squad ...
JAPW Tag Team Championship - List of Individual Reigns
... Heavy Hitters (Monsta Mack and Havok) 273 January 23, 2010 October 23, 2010 Da Hit Squad (Mafia and Monsta Mack) 252 August 24, 2001 May 3, 2002 The Solution (Papadon and ... Azrieal 224 October 28, 2006 June 9, 2007 Da Hit Squad 197 February 25, 2000 September 9, 2000 Eddie Kingston and Homicide† 267+ April 14, 2012 Current champions Da Hit Squad 182 August 10, 2002 January 25, 2003 Da ... The Sickness (Twiggy Ramirez and Adorable Anthony) 44 February 6, 1998 March 22, 1998 Da Hit Squad 42 July 7, 2001 August 18, 2001 The Haas Brothers 34 July 22 ...

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