From Wrestling Title Histories
by Royal Duncan & Gary Will
with additional information from Richard Sullivan
1.Rip Hawk & Swede Hanson
2.Johnny Weaver & George Becker
3.Gene Anderson & Ole Anderson
70/04 Greensboro, NC
4.Paul Jones & Nelson Royal
5.Rip Hawk & Swede Hanson (2)
6.Johnny Weaver & George Becker (2)
7.Larry Hamilton (Missouri Mauler) & Brute Bernerd
8.Sandy Scott & Jerry Brisco
9.Johnny Weaver & Art Neilson
10.Gene Anderson & Ole Anderson (2)
11.Thunderbolt Patterson & Jerry Brisco
12.Gene Anderson & Ole Anderson (3)
13.Sandy Scott & Nelson Royal
14.Brute Bernerd & Mike York
Renamed Mid-Atlantic Tag Team Title in 1974
15.Gene Anderson & Ole Anderson (4)
03/09/74-Spartanburg, SC (Memorial Coliseum)
Defeat Johnny Weaver & Bob Bruggers.
16.Paul Jones and Bob Bruggers
17.Rip Hawk and Ric Flair
18.Paul Jones and Tiger Conway Jr.
19.Gene and Ole Anderson (5)
Vacant in 75.
20.Dino Bravo and Mr. Wrestling
21.Hollywood Blonds (Jerry Brown and Buddy Roberts)
22.Dino Bravo and Tiger Conway Jr.
23.Greg Valentine and Ric Flair
24.Paul Jones and Ricky Steamboat
25.Ric Flair and John Studd
26/30/78-Greenville, SC (Memorial Coliseum)
27.Paul Jones and Ricky Steamboat
15.John Studd and Ken Patera 79/01
29.Ricky Steamboat and Dino Bravo
30.Masked Superstars [Bill Eadie & John Studd (John Minton)]
Studd had lost a loser-leave-town match with Blackjack Mulligan and returned as Superstar #2. He was later unmasked, therefore the titles were vacated and Studd left the promotion in 1980.
31.Matt Borne and Buzz Sawyer
06/02/80-Greenville, SC (Memorial Coliseum)
32.Sheepherders (Luke Williams and Butch Miller)
33.Dewey Robertson and George Wells
34.Mr. Fuji and Tenryu
35.Dewey Robertson and Johnny Weaver
36.Nikolai Volkoff and Chris Markoff
37.Jay Youngblood and Jake Roberts
38.Jay Youngblood and Johnny Weaver
39.Ox Baker and Carl Fergie
40.Jay Youngblood and Porkchop Cash
41.Pvt. Don Kernodle and Pvt. Jim Nelson
42.Porkchop Cash and Iceman King Parsons
43.Pvt. Don Kernodle and Pvt. Jim Nelson (2)
44.Ricky Steamboat and Jay Youngblood
Vacated in 1982 (or 1983).
45.One Man Gang and Kelly Kiniski
05/23/83-Greenville, SC (Memorial Coliseum)
Defeated Jimmy Valiant and Bugsy McGraw in a tournament final.
46.Rufus R. Jones and Bugsy McGraw
Vacated in August 1983.
47.Ivan Koloff and Don Kernodle
48.Long Riders (Ron Bass and Black Bart)
Abandoned in 1985.
NWA Northern Continental Tag Team Title renamed to NWA Mid-Atlantic Tag Team Title
49.Triple XXX (Drake Dawson and Curtis Thompson)
Dawson leaves NWA to become pit crew member for a NASCAR Winston Cup team. Dawson has become the jackman for the new McDonald's team for next year.
50.The Midnight Express (Bobby Eaton and Rikki Nelson)
51.Dusty Rhodes and Buff Bagwell
Defeated Rikki Nelson and Terry Taylor for title
52.Rick Steiner and Scott Steiner
Defeated Chris Hamrick and Rick Nelson for title
53.Buff Bagwell and Rick Nelson
Defeated Reid Flair and David Flair for vacant title
54.Rock 'n' Roll Express 
55.Brad Armstrong and Ricky Morton
Defeated Chris Hamrick and Jeff Lewis for the vacant title.
56.The Lords of Kaos (Lance Erikson and Damien Wayne)
11/02/2013-Kingsport, TN (Kingsport Civic Auditorium)
Defeat C&C Wrestle Factory (Caprice Coleman and Cedric Alexander) to win vacant title.
Erikson and Wayne decide to pursue singles careers.
57.The Brutes (Mark James and Jimmy Parker)
Defeated the AHL and the Cabelleros in 3-way match for the vacant title.
58.William Huckaby and Joe Black
Defeated The Brutes (Mark James and Jimmy Parker) and F1st Generation: Victor Andrews and James Anthony in 3-way match.
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