Compiled by Brian Westcott
1.Jinsei Shinzaki and Ultimo Dragon
Defeated Jiro Kesennuma and Kazuya Yuasa and The Great Sasuke and Hayate in the triangle final of 6-team tournament to become the first champions.
2.Kensuke Sasaki and Katsuhiko Nakajima
3.Jinsei Shinzaki and GAINA
4.The Great Sasuke and Dick Togo
5.Jinsei Shinzaki and GAINA 
TITLE VACANT 04/23/2006
GAINA immediately announces his departure from the promotion and vacates the title.
6.Makoto Oishi and Shiori Asahi
Defeated Shu Sato and Kei Sato in 7-team tournament final to win vacant title.
7.Kei Sato and Shu Sato
06/10/2006-Iwate (Yahaba Townsman Gymnasium)
8.Flash Moon and Tigers Mask
07/17/2006-Osaka (Matsushita IMP Hall)
9.Kei Sato and Shu Sato 
10/08/2006-Iwate (Iwate Prefectural Gymnasium)
10.Kagetora and Rasse
04/21/2007-Tokyo (Shinjuku FACE)
11.The Great Sasuke and Yoshitsune
01/14/2008-Sendai, Miyagi (Sendai Harbor International Business Center Accelerator)
12.Shu Sato and Kei Sato 
13.Kesen Numajiro and Kinya Oyanagei
03/15/2009-Sendai, Miyagi (Sendai Harbor International Business Center Accelerator)
14.Takeshi Minamino and Maguro Ohma
15.Yappeh Man: #1 (Hercules Senga) and #2 (Tsutomu Ohsugi)
Defeated Takeshi Minamino and Maguro Ohma (c) in the final of the Michinoku Futaritabi 2010.
16.Shu Sato and Kei Sato 
Defeated Yappeh Man #1 and #2 in the final of the Michinoku Futaritabi 2011
Started wrestling as Brahman Shu and Brahman Kei after 01/16/2012
17.Rasse and Kenbai
18.Ultimo Dragon and Numajiroramo Kesen (Jiro Kesennuma)
19.Taro Nohashi and Behnam Ali
09/16 /2013-Yahaba, Iwate
20.Jinsei Shinzaki and Jiro Kesennuma
21.The Great Sasuke and Brahman Kei (Kei Sato)
22.Daichi Sasaki and Ayumu Gunji
Defeated The Great Sasuke and Brahman Kei* and Kamesshi #1 and #2 in 3-way match.
23.Ikuto Hidaka and Minoru Fujita
Ikuto Hidaka and Minoru Fujita, Tohoku champions, also win the UWA World Tag Team Titles from Brahman Shu and Brahman Kei on 06/10/2016 in Tokyo.
24.Rui Hyugaji and Ayumu Gunji
Won both titles
25.Taro Nohashi and GAINA
Won both titles
26.Ken45 and Kengo
Win both titles from Taro Nohashi and GAINA.
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