From Wrestling Title Histories
by Royal Duncan & Gary Will
1.Ramon Torres and Alberto Torres
Defeated El Mongol and Tarzan Tyler to become first champions
2.Butcher Vachon and Stan Vachon (Stan Pulaski)
3.Ramon Torres and Alberto Torres 
4.Butcher Vachon and Stan Vachon 
10/29/68 Savannah, GA
5.Ramon Torres and Alberto Torres 
6.Assassins (Tom Renesto and Jody Hamilton)
7.Ramon Torres and Alberto Torres 
8.Assassin #2 and The Professional (Doug Gilbert)
Declared vacant in March 1969 after a match against Ray Gunkel and Buddy Fuller.
Defeat El Mongol and Louie Tillet in 8-team tournament final
10.El Mongol and The Professional
11.Chati Yokouchi and Mr. Ito (Umanosuke Ueda)
13.Ray Gunkel and Buddy Fuller
Assassins won title in a 6-man tag match with Nick Bockwinkel against Gunkel, Fuller, and The Professional
Title was stripped in March 1970
15.Bobby Shane and Doug Gilbert
17.Bobby Shane and Doug Gilbert
The belts were returned because of the headgear worn by Shane and Gilbert in the match.
19.Ray Gunkel and El Mongol
Title was held up after promoter Paul Jones ruled The Assassins deliberately got disqualified in a match against Argentina Apollo and Dick Steinborn.
Defeated Apollo and Steinborn in a rematch
The title was held up after a match against El Mongol and Jimmy Dancing on November 19, 1971 in Atlanta, GA.
Defeated Bill Dromo and Bob Armstrong in tournament final by forfeit when Amrstrong was injured
23.Ray Gunkel and Buddy Fuller 
The title was held up after a match with Dick Steinborn and Bob Armstrong in August 1972 when the Assassins intentionally get disqualified.
25.Dick Steinborn and Bob Armstrong
Defeat Assassins in rematch.
Vacated in September 1972 when Assassin #1 (Tom Renesto) unmasked and retired
27.Scandor Akbar and Ox Baker
28.Dick Steinborn and Argentina Apollo
Vacated in November 1972 Steinborn and Apollo quit to launch All South Championship Wrestling with Ann Gunkel
29.Eddie Graham and Mike Graham
Defeated Sputnik Monroe and Rocket Monroe in 4-team tournament final
30.Super Infernos (Doug Gilbert and Don Smith)
31.Mr. Wrestling II and Bob Orton Jr.
32.Super Infernos 
Title stripped on March 9, 1973 in Savannah, GA for deliberately getting disqualified
33.Stan Vachon and Bobby Duncum
34.Robert Fuller and Bob Armstrong
35.Bobby Shane and Gorgeous George Jr.
The title held up after a match against Bob Armstrong and Robert Fuller on January 4, 1974 in Atlanta, GA
36.Ron Garvin and Terry Garvin
Defeat Robert Fuller and Bob Armstrong in tournament final.
37.Robert Fuller and Bob Armstrong
38.Ron Garvin and Terry Garvin 
39.Robert Fuller and Bob Armstrong 
40.Gene and Ole Anderson
41.Tim Woods and Mr. Wrestling II
Mr. Wrestling II paid Harley Race $10,000 to defend his half of the belt against Gene and Ole Anderson on August 16, 1974 in Atlanta, GA
42.Gene and Ole Anderson 
Defeated Tim Woods and Harley Race
43.Mr. Wrestling I and II
44.Gene and Ole Anderson 
45.Buddy Colt and Roger Kirby
46.Rocky Johnson and Jerry Brisco
47.Assassin #2 and Toru Tanaka
48.Robert Fuller and Bob Armstrong 
49.Dick Slater and Bob Orton Jr.
Vacant in 08 when Slater and Orton win US Tag Team title.
50.Toru Tanaka and Mr. Fuji
51.Jerry Brisco and Bob Backlund
52.Les Thornton and Tony Charles
Vacated in 1976.
53.Ted Oates and Jerry Oates
54.Black Gordman and Goliath
55.Dean Ho and Ken Mantell
56.Jimmy Valiant and Johnny Valiant
57.Tom Jones and Porkchop Cash
58.Gene and Ole Anderson 
59.Mr. Wrestling and Mr. Wrestling II 
60.Gene and Ole Anderson 
61.Mr. Wrestling and Thunderbolt Patterson
62.Gene and Ole Anderson 
63.Tommy Rich and Tony Atlas
64.Gene and Ole Anderson 
65.Tommy Rich and Stan Hansen
66.Ole Anderson and Jacques Goulet
67.Mr. Wrestling II and Tony Atlas
68.Ole Anderson and Lars Anderson
69.Thunderbolt Patterson and Tommy Rich
70.Ole Anderson and Ivan Koloff
71.Thunderbolt Patterson and Tony Atlas
72.Ole Anderson and Ivan Koloff 
Vacated in November 1978
73.Dory Funk Jr. and Terry Funk
Defeat Jack Brisco and Jerry Brisco in tournament final.
74.Jack Brisco and Jerry Brisco
75.Ole Anderson and Ivan Koloff 
76.Rufus R. Jones and Norvell Austin
04/25/79 Augusta, GA
Vacated in May 1979
77.Tommy Rich and Wahoo McDaniel
78.Ole Anderson and Ivan Koloff 
79.Tommy Rich and Stan Hansen 
80.Ole Anderson and Ivan Koloff 
81.Tommy Rich and Crusher Lisowski
82.Ole Anderson and Ernie Ladd
Vacated on October 15, 1979
83.Masked Superstar and Austin Idol
Defeat Tommy Rich and Crusher.
84.Jack Brisco and Jerry Brisco 
85.Ole Anderson and Jerry Brisco
Jack Brisco gives his share of the title to Ole.
86.Ivan Koloff and Alexi Smirnoff
87.Kevin Sullivan and Tony Atlas
88.Ivan Koloff and Alexi Smirnoff 
89.Ole Anderson and Lars Anderson 
06/16/80 Augusta, GA
91.Mr. Wrestling and Steve Kerin
93.Mr. Wrestling and Mr. Wrestling II 
94.Fabulous Freebirds(Terry Gordy and Michael Hayes)
The Freebirds won a 3-team tournament against Mr. Wrestling I & II and The Assassins
The title was help up on November 14, 1980 after a match against Austin Idol and Kevin Sullivan
The title replaced with National Tag Team title in November 1980
Title revived by Music City Wrestling in 1998 as theMCW/NWA Georgia Tag Team Title
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