Compiled by Brian Westcott
1.The Egomaniacs (Johnny Idol and Mike Steele)
08/09/2002-Somerville, MA (Good Time Emporium)
Defeated Slyk Wagner Brown and April Hunter in a tournament final to become the first champions.
2.Antonio Thomas and Chad Storm
3.The Noize Boyz
Phantom title change. Chad Storm, who held the title with Antonio Thomas, has quit the business.
4.The Egomaniacs 
Johnny Idol and J-Busta (subbing for Mike Steele) are stripped of the titles after a match involving Idol and J-Busta vs. Anthony Michaels and Mark Gore ended in a double pin
5.D.C. Dillinger and Eddie Edwards
Defeated Magic and Suba in tournament final
6.Chris Venom and Brian Fury
7.D.C. Dillinger and Eddie Edwards 
8.Robin Knightwing and Kevin Grace
Won Four Way match.
9.Dan Freitas and Brian Nunes
Won Four Way match.
10.Matt Logan and Bryan Logan
11.Dan Freitas and Brian Nunes 
12.ddie Edwards and D.C. Dillinger 
02/12/2005-Framingham, MA (Framingham Civic League)
13.RAVE (Kristian Frost and Zack Statik)
03/19/2005-Framingham, MA (Framingham Civic League)
14.Matt Logan and Bryan Logan 
04/21/2005-Somerville, MA (Good Time Emporium)
15.RAVE: Kristian Frost and Zack Statik 
04/23/2005-Seekonk, MA (Seekonk Congregational Church Hall)
Defeated Matt Logan and Bryan Logan, Fred Curry, Jr. and Pat Masters, and Afterburn (P.C. Cruise and Ray Diamond)
16.The A-List (Mark Bourne and Andre Lyonz)
17.Matt Logan and Mark Bourne
03/18/2006-Framingham, MA (Framingham Civic League)
Sabotage (Eddie Edwards and DC Dillinger) stormed an interview segment and injured memebers of both teams (The A-List vs. Logan Brothers) just before a scheduled Title match. Sabotage's manager, Sean Gorman, demanded that the Titles be forfeited to his team. Matt Logan and Mark Bourne came to the ring and challenged Sabotage to a match for the titles. Matt Logan pinned Eddie Edwards with a flying body press to win the match and the titles.
Mark Bourne suffered a back injury and could not defend the titles.
18.The Wild Boys (Mike Lynch and Billy King)
Defeated Jose Perez and Pat Masters and Scott Reed and T.J. Richter in a Triple Threat Elimination match to win vacant title.
19.The Dogs Of War (Matt Storm and Kyle Storm)
20.Chase Del Monte and Fred Curry Jr.
Defeated Bryce Andrews and Vain Valentino in tournament final for the vacant title.
21.PRIDE (Dan Freitas and Brian Nunes)
22.Crown Jewels (Darling Damon and Bad Boy Jason)
23.Rican Havoc (Don Vega and Jose Perez)
24.Crown Jewels 
25.Rican Havoc (Don Vega and Jose Perez)
26.Crown Jewels 
Titles returned due to contractual dispute.
27.Rican Havoc 
28.All Money i$ Legal (K-Pusha and K-Murda)
Defeated Matt Logan & Bryan Logan for the vacant title.
29.Scotty Slade and Mark Shurman
Defeated Mike Webb and Nick Farenheight.
30.Mikey Webb and Nick Fahrenheit
31.Scotty Slade and Mark Shurman 
32.Evan Siks and Jacob
33.D.C. Dillinger and Nick Fahrenheit
34.The END (Scotty Slade and Mark Shurman) 
The END (Scotty Slade and Mark Shurman) were stripped of the title for no-showing the scheduled defense.
35.Regulators (Brute VanSlyke and Jack Maverick)
Defeated the Glamour Express (Buddy Romano and Mike Paiva) in tournament final for the vacant title.
Regulators (Brute VanSlyke and Jack Maverick) did not appear on a scheduled title defense.
36.Heavy Hitters (Frank Champion and Shay Cash)
Defeated Kool People (DJ A.C. and Sammy Deleon).
37.Adrenaline Rush (Daniel Evans and Keith Youngblood)
Defeated the Heavy Hitters: Frank Champion and Shay Cash* in the semi-final of NECW Tag Team Classic 2017.
38.Kool People (DJ AC and Sammy Deleon)
Defeated Adrenaline Rush in the final of NECW Tag Team Classic 2017
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