NWA North American Tag Team Championship (Florida Version)

The NWA North American Tag Team Championship (Florida version) was a professional wrestling tag team championship briefly used and defended in the National Wrestling Alliance affiliated Championship Wrestling from Florida between March 1981 and April 1982. The title was used as a replacement for the Florida version of the NWA United States Tag Team Championship, which was defended off and on in the promotion throughout the 60s, 70s and 80s. The Florida version of the North American Tag Team Championship was the fourth NWA affiliated promotion to create its own version of the title. Although its name would suggest otherwise, it was only defended within the Florida territory and not on any national basis.

Wrestlers: Reigns together: Date: Place: 'Notes:
Barry Windham & Mike Graham 1 March 24, 1981 Tampa, Florida Defeated The Assassins in tournament final to become first champions.
The Assassins 1 April 22, 1981
Mike Graham & Steve Keirn 1 May 12, 1981 Tampa, Florida Vacated the titles shortly afterward.
The Assassins 2 June 16, 1981 Tampa, Florida Defeated Cocoa Samoa & Tommy Gilbert in tournament finals; stripped in August 1981 for using different wrestlers after Mr. Saito is found wrestling as Assassin #3.
Jack Brisco & Jerry Brisco 1 November 1981 Defeat Assassin #1 & Bobby Jaggers(subbing for Ox Baker) in 8-team tournament final.
Dory Funk, Jr. & Terry Funk 1 January 9, 1982 Tampa, Florida
Jack & Jerry Brisco 2 January 16, 1982 St. Petersburg, Florida
Dory Funk, Jr. & David Von Erich 1 March 7, 1982 Orlando, Florida
Bruce Reed & Sweet Brown Sugar 1 April 11, 1982 Orlando, Florida Retired soon after and replaced with the NWA Florida Global Tag Team Championship.

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