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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Texas All-Star USA Tag Team Championship - Title History
... Wrestler Times Date Location Notes SCW Southwest Tag Team Championship The Dynamic Duo (Tully Blanchard Gino Hernandez) 1981 ... Wahoo McDaniel Terry Funk 1 August 15, 1981 San Antonio, TX The ... Tag Team Championship The Dream Team (King Parsons Tiger Conway Jr.) 1 May 23, 1986 Pasadena, TX Mike Golden Dizzy Golden 1 August 10, 1986 Pasadena ...

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