Compiled by Brian Westcott and Jim Dupree
2.Thrillbilly and Shane Eden
3.Tennessee Volunteers [Steven Dunn (Steve Doll) and Reno Riggins]
4.Frenchy Riviera and Shane Eden
5.Tennessee Volunteers 
Title stripped from Dunn and Riggins after they attacked promoter Bert Prentice.
6.Nick Dinsmore and Rob Conway
04/04/98 Nashville, TN
Win Four Way Dance over Tennessee Volunteers, Rock 'N' Roll Express and Shane Eden and Frenchy Riviera
7.Steven Dunn and Rex King
Defeat Chris Michaels and Shane Eden to win vacant title
8.Tennessee Volunteers 
05/30/98 Nashville, TN
Dunn and Riggins turn on Rex King
Dunn is suspended from MCW and Tennessee Volunteers are stripped of the belts
Title is renamed MCW North American Tag Team Title, 07/98
9.Wolfie D and Flash Flanagan
Defeat Steven Dunn and Reno Riggins in a steel cage match to win vacant title
10.Tennessee Volunteers 
Title held up by NWA MCW promoter Bill Behrens after match, 02/05/99, Nashville, TN.
11.Tennessee Volunteers 
Defeat Bill Dundee and Ashley Hudson to win held-up title.
Tennessee Volunteers forfeit titles in order to go after the NWA World Titles and other belts.
12.Frenchy Riviera and Shane Eden
beat Christian York and Joey Matthews for vacant title
13.Chris Michaels and Bart Sawyer
Michaels is also the NWA NY Light Heavyweight Champ
Sawyer is also the NWA Georgia Heavyweight Champ
Michaels and Sawyer fail to defend title within 30 days.
14.Air Paris and Cassidy O'Reilly
Defeated Ashley Hudson and Corey Williams for vacant title
15.Colorado Kid/Mike Rapada 
16.Ashley Hudson and Corey Williams
17.Air Paris and Big Bully Douglas
Defeated Ashley Hudson and Cory Williams for title
TITLE VACANT 09/2000
Air Paris and Big Bully Douglas split up.
18.James Storm and Shane Eden
19.New Orleans Fight Club (Kevin Northcutt and John Saxon)
08/14/2004-Jackson, MS (Battle Zone Arena)
Defeated Skeeter Frost and Sal Rinauro in a 4 team "tourney" for the long vacant titles.
20.Tribal Force (Tim Warcloud and Tejas)
04/16/2005-Ponca City, OK
21.Chris Escobar and Shane Falco
10/08/2005-Nashville, TN (Nashville State Fairgrounds)
Defeat Tim Warcloud and Daron Smythe (subbing for Tejas).
NWA 57th Anniversary Show
22.Devastation (Bad News Johnson and Drake Tungsten)
Defeated Chris Escobar and Frank Parker (subbing for Shane Falco)
23.U.N. of Devastation (Bad News Johnson and Drake Tungsten)
Defeated Escobar and Frank Parker, subbing for Falco.
24.Scotty Blaze and Scotty Rocker
25.The Old School Empire (Preston Quinn and Mike Booth)
26.Wrong Crowd (Brian Anthony and Paul Atlas)
27.James Keenan and Brandon K
28.Brandon K and Crusher Hansen
Hansen defeats K for the right to replace Keenan.
29.Brandon K and Scottie Gash
Brandon K and Crusher Hansen were the champs, but split up as a team. - Each partner got to pick their own partner for the match and the winner became the champs.
30.Team Mega (James Ross and Ashton Amherst)
Team Mega vacated the titles.
31.The Rochester Wrecking Crew (Hellcat and Rob Sweet)
Defeat Colin Delaney and Jimmy Olson to win vacant title
Recognition withdrawn by NWA in 02/2013
32.Hart and Soul (Teddy Hart and Big Daddy Yum Yum [Byron Wilcott])
Defeat Steve Anthony and Luke Hawx for the vacant title.
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