WCWA Texas Tag Team Championship

The WCWA Texas Tag Team Championship was the secondary tag team championship in World Class Championship Wrestling, originally known as the NWA Texas Tag-Team title until 1981 where they were abandoned. The titles were brought back in 1987 as the WCWA Texas Tag-Team titles but once the WCWA joined the USWA the Texas Tag-Team titles were abandoned once again. The title was revived by NWA Southwest in 1998 and is still defended to this day as the NWA Texas Tag Team Championship.

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WCWA Texas Tag Team Championship - Title History - NWA Southwest
... Wrestler Times Date Location Notes NWA Texas Tag Team Championship Gen-X-Crew (Zane Morris Ian St ... Richland Hills, TX Team Extreme (Khris Germany Kit Carson) 1 August 7, 1998 N ... Richland Hills, TX Vacate on 99/02/26, protesting the no-show by NWA World Tag Team champions Brotherhood for title defense ...

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