From Wrestling Title Histories
by Duncan Royal and Gary Will
with additional information from Brian Westcott and Jeff Capo
1.Medics (Billy Garrett and Jim Starr)
Defeated Jose Lothario and Wahoo McDaniel in final of 7-team tournament to become first champions
Vacated on January 21, 1969 after a controversial victory by Jack Brisco and Nick Kozal over the Medics in Tampa, FL.
Title held up after a match against Bobby Fields and Lee Fields on February 18,1969 in Tampa, FL.
Defeat Bobby and Lee Fields in rematch.
4.Lester Welch and The Gladiator
5.Hiro Matsuda and Missouri Mauler
6.Ciclon Negro and Jack Brisco
7.Hiro Matsuda and Missouri Mauler 
8.Ciclon Negro and Sam Steamboat
9.Bronko Lubich and Chris Markoff
10.Missouri Mauler and Dale Lewis
11.Jose Lothario and Argentina Apollo
12.Outlaws (Dusty Rhodes and Dick Murdoch)
Stripped in 12.
13.Jose Lothario and Danny Miller
Defeat Infernos in tournament final.
15.Jack Brisco and Jerry Brisco
16.Dory Funk Jr. and Terry Funk
17.Jack Brisco and Jerry Brisco 
Vacated in '71 when Jerry Brisco injured.
18.Ron Garvin and Ole Anderson
19.Australians (Larry O'Day and Ron Miller)
20.Dick Murdoch and Bobby Duncum
22.Alaskans (Mike York and Frank Monte)
24.Infernos (Frankie Cain and Rocky Smith)
01/10/72-W. Palm Beach, FL
26.Bobby Shane and Bearcat Wright
27.Boris Malenko and Bob Roop
28.Mike Webster and The Professional (Doug Gilbert)
29.Boris Malenko and Johnny Walker
30.The Zodiac (Bob Orton) and Taurus (Dennis Hall)
31.Hiro Matsuda and Tim Woods
32.Nick Bockwinkel and Ray Stevens
33.Hiro Matsuda and Bob Orton
Vacated on September 5, 1972 when Orton defeated Matsuda to win both tag team belts, but the NWA rules the title vacant
First tournament ended with Jimmy Golden and Robert Fuller wrestling to a draw with Redbeard and Mike Webster on September 12, 1972 in Tampa, FL.
34.Jimmy Golden and Ron Fuller
Defeat Paul Jones and Dick Murdoch in final of the second tournament.
35.Norvell Austin and Sputnik Monroe
36.Jack Brisco and Jerry Brisco 
37.Bobby Shane and Chris Markoff
38.Tim Woods and Big Bad John
39.Bobby Shane and Gorgeous George Jr.
40.Mike Graham and Kevin Sullivan
41.Samoans (Afa and Sika)
06/01/73-St. Petersburg, FL
Defeat Eddie Graham and Mike Graham.
42.Mike Graham and Kevin Sullivan 
43.Dick Slater and Dusty Rhodes
44.Jos LeDuc and Paul LeDuc
45.Dick Slater and Toru Tanaka
46.Dick Slater and Johnny Weaver
47.Harley Race and Roger Kirby
Vacated in '75.
48.Harley Race and Bob Roop
06/14/75-St. Petersburg, FL
49.Mike Graham and Kevin Sullivan  @
50.Dusty Rhodes and Blackjack Mulligan @
51.Roger Kirby and J.J. Dillon
52.Cilcon Negro and Omar Negro (Omar Atlas)
53.Roger Kirby and Rip Hawk
54.Eddie Graham and Mike Graham
55.Bob Orton Sr. and Bob Orton Jr.
56.Bob Orton Jr. and Bob Roop
57.Steve Keirn and Bob Backlund
58.Hollywood Blonds (Jerry Brown and Buddy Roberts)
59.Mike Graham and Ken Lucas
60.Bob Orton Jr. and Bob Roop 
61.Jack Brisco and Jerry Brisco 
62.Billy Graham and Ox Baker
63.Jack Brisco and Jerry Brisco 
64.Ivan Koloff and Pat Patterson
65.Rocky Johnson and Pedro Morales
66.Ivan Koloff and Mr. Saito (Masa Saito)
67.Mike Graham and Steve Keirn
68.Ivan Koloff and Mr. Saito 
69.Mike Graham and Steve Keirn 
Vacated in '77.
70.Ivan Koloff and Mr. Saito 
71.Jack Brisco and Jerry Brisco 
72.Mr. Saito and Mr. Sato (Kabuki/Akihisa Takachiho) 03/78
73.Jack Brisco and Jerry Brisco 
74.Spoilers (Don Jardine and Bobby Duncum)
75.Mike Graham and Steve Keirn 
08/12/78-St. Petersburg, FL
76.Mr. Saito and Mr. Sato 
77.Mike Graham and Steve Keirn 
78.Pak Song and Eric the Red
79.Pak Song and Mr. Uganda (Ciclon Negro)
Eric the Red is killed.
80.Mike Graham and Steve Keirn 
81.Bugsy McGraw and Thor the Viking (Scott Irwin)
82.Jimmy Garvin and Steve Keirn
83.Mr. Hito and Mr. Sakurada
08/25/79-St. Petersburg, FL
84.Ray Stevens and Mike Graham
85.Stanley Lane and Bryan St. John
Defeat Stevens and Eddie Graham; declared Vacated on 11/06/79 after a match against Mr. Hito and Mr. Sakurada in Tampa, FL.
86.Mike Graham and Steve Keirn 
Defeat Mr. Hito and Mr. Sakurada.
87.Stanley Lane and Bryan St. John 
11/25/79-St. Petersburg, FL
88.Jack Brisco and Jim Garvin
03/10/80-W. Palm Beach, FL
89.Stanley Lane and Bryan St. John 
Defeated Jim Garvin and Steve Keirn
90.Jack Brisco and Jerry Brisco 
91.Ivan Koloff and Nikolai Volkoff
92.Dusty Rhodes and Bobo Brazil
Vacated in '80
93.Barry Windham and Scott McGhee
10/18/80-St. Petersburg, FL
Defeat Assassins in tournament final.
94.Cowboy Connection (Bobby Jaggers and R.T. Tyler)
95.Barry Windham and Mike Graham
96.Cowboy Connection 
97.Dusty Rhodes and Andre the Giant
02/15/81-Ft. Launderdale, FL
Vacated in '81; title inactive.
98.New Breed (Sean Royal and Chris Champion)
Defeat Kendall Windham and Vic Steamboat.
99.Southern Boys (Steve Armstrong and Tracy Smothers)
100.MOD Squad (Basher and Spike)
03/15/87-Daytona Beach, FL
101.Mike Graham and Steve Keirn 
04/17/87-Daytona Beach, FL
102.Sheepherders (Butch Miller and Luke Williams)
103.Mike Graham and Steve Keirn 
08/29/87-St. Petersburg, FL
104.Mighty Yankees (Bob Cook and Jerry Grey)
105.Mike Graham and Steve Keirn 
Title abandoned in November 1987
Title revived byNWA Florida in 1997
107.Brian Blair and Steve Keirn
Defeated Cuban Assassin + Pepe Prado for the VACANT Title
Title Held Up
Title held up after a match between champions Steve Keirn & B. Brian Blair and The Bushwhackers, 08/15/2000, Tampa, FL.
108.B Brian Blair and Cyborg
Blair defeated Steve Keirn for the held up titles and then named Cyborg as his partner.
NWA President Howard Brody orderes that B. Brian Blair and Cyborg had to surrender the NWA Florida Tag-Team Belts at the NWA Florida Card on July 10 because they could not defend them due to injuries
109.The Shane Twins
Defeat The New Heavenly Bodies and The Market Crashers in a Three Way match to win the vacant title.
The Shane Twins also held the following titles in conjunction with the NWA Florida tag Team Titles
110.Quickiemart and Mark Zout
12/08/2001-St. Petersburg, FL
Won both titles
110.Wrongful Death (Naphtali and Dagon Briggs)
02/08/2002-St. Petersburg, FL
Defeated QuickieMart, Christian York and Joey Matthews for both titles
111.The Softcore Connection (Nick Berk and Z-Barr)
03/29/2002-St. Petersburg, FL (Florida WrestlePlex)
112.Wrongful Death 
03/30/2002-Crystal River, FL (Crystal River National Guard Armory)
Defeated Nick Berk/Z-Barr and Deranged/Insane Dragon
113.The Shane Twins 
05/25/2002-St. Petersburg, FL (Florida WrestlePlex)
114.Scoot Andrews and Mike Sullivan
10/11/2002-St. Petersburg, FL
115.The Shane Twins 
02/08/2003-St. Petersburg, Fl
Defeated Scoot Andrews and Mikey Tenderfoot, subbing for Mike Sullivan (who had a family emergency) for the IPW Tag Team and NWA Florida Tag Team Titles.
The Shane Twins lost the IPW Florida Tag Titles to the Road Warriors on 03/01/2003 in Kanagawa, Japan.
116.Ricky and Tommy Vandal
06/14/2003-Pinellas Park, FL (The Pinellas Expo Center)
117.The Shane Twins 
08/16/2003-Pinellas Park, Fl
Title was vacated due to bicep injury to Mike Shane
118.Fahrenheit 420 (Stash and David Mercury)
02/28/2004-St. Petersburg, FL (St. Petersburg Armory)
Defeated Scoot Andrews and Antonio Banks, The Untouchables (Rod Steel and Mikey Tenderfoot), and Shockwave (Mikey Batts and Erick Stevens) in an elimination match to win vacant title.
119.Mikey Tenderfoot and Justice
Accompanied by Rod Steel
120.Double Deuce Inc. ("Uptown" Frankie Capone and Marcus Dillon)
Won the titles by defeating "Straight Up" Mikey Batts and "Mr. 630" Jerrelle Clark.
121.Dark City Fight Club (Kory and Jon Davis)
Defeated Sinn Bohdi and Dagon on August 22, 2009 in Daytona Beach, FL to win the vacant Pro-Wrestling Fusion tag team titles.
Recognized as the NWA Florida Tag Team Champions after October 2009.
122.Heavenly Bodies (Chris Nelson and Vito DeNucci)
123.Dark City Fight Club 
124.Heavenly Bodies (Chris Nelson and Vito DeNucci)
125.Dark City Fight Club 
Title Vacant after Dark City Fight Club win NWA World Title on 11/20/2010
126.Rednecks (Randy Starr and Joe Blackburn)
Starr vacated the title in order to challenge for NWA Gulf Coast Heavyweight Title on 08/11/2012.
127.Team Lucha (Eddie Cruz and Jay Rios)
Won the title from Generation Genesis (Jeff Boom and Mitch Mitchell).
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