Compiled by Eric Roelfsema with additional information from Spencer Jawitz
1.The Hardcore Institute (Frankie Armadillo and Kid Krazy)
THI won title by forfeit when The Showtime Posse are unable to compete.
Los Vatos Verdes defeated the Hardcore Intstituteon on 06/15/2002 in Smithfield, RI, but were stripped of the titles immediately following the match. Their title reign was declared null and void, so Hardcore Institute retained the titles.
2.Fuzion (Blade and Mike Paiva)
3.Talent Exchange (Johnny Curtis and Kenn Phoenix)
10/19/2002-Cornelia, GA (NCW Arena)
4.Kid Makaze and Mike Paiva
5.The Talent Exchange 
Defeated Chris/Camero Kid Mikaze and Blade/Mike Paiva in a Three Way Tables, Ladders and Chairs match.
6.Matt Storm and Kyle Storm
Defeat Kenn Phoenix and Dean Ripley (substituting for Johnny Curtis)
Kyle Storm vacates title after becoming the owner of the promotion, to avoid conflict of interest
7.Chris Camaro and Kid Mikaze
Defeated four other teams in tournament final.
8.Jose Perez and Billy Black
9.The Sandman and Jason Blade
03/27/2004-Webster, MA P>Title Vacant
9.Pride (Brian Nunes and Dan Freitas)
Defeated Matt and Bryan Logan for vacant title
Jason Blade and The Sandman were asked to vacate the titles due to Blade's name not appearing on the original match contracts (He subbed for New Jack, who no-showed the title match.)
10.Elements of Suicide (Onyx and Cinna)
09/24/2004-North Providence, RI
11/26/2004-North Providence, RI
12.Matt Logan and Bryan Logan
13.Evan Siks and Matt Storm
03/04/2005-North Providence, RI
15.Da Hoodz (Kris Pyro and Davey Cash
Reigning NECW champions, recognized as PWF Northeast champions after NECW closes on 11/06/2010
16.David Baker and Devin Baker
17.Asylum (Mistress Belmont and SKAB)
Defeated the Baker Boys and Bi-Polar Express (John Munroe and T.J. Richter) in 3-way match.
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