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WWC - WORLD WRESTLING COUNCIL
(Puerto Rico)

WORLD TAG TEAM TITLE HISTORY

February 26, 1977--Present

Compiled by Manuel Gonzalez

1.Kangaroos (Don Kent and Al Costello)
02/26/77
Billed as champions when they arrived in WWC.

2.Carlos Colon and Jose Rivera
03/12/77-Caguas, PR

3.Samoans
10/29/77-Caguas, PR

4.Jose Rivera and Invader I (Jose Gonzales)
12/17/77-San Juan, PR
Title held up after a match between Rivera and Invader vs. Kangaroos, 01/14/78, Caguas, PR.

5.Jose Rivera and Invader I [2]
02/04/78-San Juan, PR

6.Huracan Castillo, Sr. and Pierre Martel (Frenchy Martin)
05/06/78-Bayamon, PR

7.Jose Rivera and Invader I [3]
05/27/78-Bayamon, PR

8.Kendo Kimura and Hiro Sasaki
10/23/78-Caguas, PR

9.Invaders I and II
11/11/78-Caguas, PR

10.Dory Funk, Jr. and Terry Funk
04/06/79-San Juan, PR

11.Invaders I and II [2]
11/24/79-Bayamon, PR

12.Dory Funk, Jr. and Terry Funk [2]
12/22/79-Bayamon, PR

13.Kangaroos: Don Kent and Johnny Heffernan
05/01/82-San Juan, PR

14.Invader I and Pierre Martel
06/26/82-San Juan, PR

15.Moondogs: Rex and Spot
07/24/82-San Juan, PR

16.Pierre Martel and Gino de la Serra
10/16/82-San Juan, PR

17.Mercenaries
11/20/82-Bayamon, PR

18.Gran Apollo and Pierre Martel
01/23/83-Ponce, PR

19.Scorpio and Mr. Tempest
02/12/83-Bayamon, PR

TITLE VACANT
03/14/83
Scorpio leaves WWC

20.Carlos Colon and Pedro Morales
04/30/83-San Juan, PR
Defeat Medics

21.Medics I and II
09/10/83-Morovis, PR

22.Super M�dicos
11/14/83
Medics changed their name

23.Hercules Ayala and King Tonga
01/06/84-San Juan, PR

24.Super Medicos [2]
01/28/84-Guaynabo, PR

25.Invaders I and III
04/25/84-San Juan, PR

26.Super M�dicos I and III
08/04/84-San Juan, PR

TITLE VACANT
10/08/84-Bayamon, PR
Super Medic III (Don Kent) loses his mask.

27.Invaders I and III [2]
11/22/84-Bayamon, PR
Defeat Super Medico and Black Gordman

28.Super Medico I and Black Gordman
12/08/84-Guaynabo, PR

29.Al Perez and Joe Savoldi
01/06/85-San Juan, PR
Title held up after a match between Savoldi and Perez and Fidel Sierra Mexican Angel, 03/23/85, San Juan, PR.

30.Fidel Sierra (David Sierra) and Mexican Angel
04/06/85-San Juan, PR

TITLE VACANT
05/30/85
Mexican Angel leaves WWC

31.Rock and Roll RPM's: Mike Davis and Tommy Lane
06/29/86-San Juan, PR
Defeat Eric Embry and Crusher in tournament final.

32.Pastores (Sheepherders): Luke Williams and Butch Miller
08/03/86 Bayamon, PR

33.Rock and Roll RPM's [2]
09/21/86-San Juan, PR

34.Chicky Starr (Jose Laureano) and Ron Starr
10/04/86-Caguas, PR

35.Mark and Chris Youngblood
01/06/87-San Juan, PR

36.Pastores [2]
04/04/87-Caguas, PR

37.Mark and Chris Youngblood [2]
05/10/87-San Juan, PR

38.Mr. Pogo and TNT (Juan Rivera)
07/11/87-Caguas, PR

39.Mark and Chris Youngblood [3]
07/30/87

40.Hunters: Dale Veasey and Bob Brown
08/26/87-TRINIDAD and TOBAGO

41.Mark and Chris Youngblood [4]
09/20/87-Ponce, PR

42.Kendo Nagasaki and Mr. Pogo
10/17/87-Caguas, PR

43.Invaders I and III [3]
01/06/88-San Juan, PR

44.Kendo Nagasaki and Mr. Pogo [2]
01/16/88-Guaynabo, PR
Title held up after a match between Nagasaki and Pogo and Mark and Chris Youngblood, 03/19/88, Caguas, PR.

45.Kendo Nagasaki and Mr. Pogo [3]
04/12/88-San Juan, PR

46.Mark and Chris Youngblood [5]
05/14/88-Caguas, PR

47.Kendo Nagasaki and Mr. Pogo [4]
07/23/88-Arecibo, PR
Youngbloods leave the promotion after the murder of Bruiser Brody.

48.Batten Twins: Bart Batten and Brad Batten
08/06/88-San Juan, PR

49.Chicky Starr and Ron Starr [2]
10/16/88-Aguadilla, PR

50.Batten Twins [2]
11/12/88-Caguas, PR

51.Dan Kroffat and Tama the Islander
01/06/89-San Juan, PR

52.Batten Twins [3]
03/04/89-Bayamon, PR

53.Jason the Terrible and Steve Strong
03/11/89-Caguas, PR

54.Carlos Colon and Invader I
04/07/89 Juncos, PR
Win by forfeit when Jason injured his knee

55.Rip Rogers and Abudda Dein
05/17/89 Vega Alta, PR

56.Miguelito Perez and Hurricane Castillo, Jr. (Jesus Daniel Castillo) 07/16/89-Mayaguez, PR

57.Rip Rogers and Abudda Dein [2]
08/05/89

58.Mark and Chris Youngblood [6]
10/07/89-Bayamon, PR

59.Mercenaries: Ron Starr and Cuban Assassin (Angel Acevedo)
02/04/90-Aguadilla, PR

60.Super Medics I and III (Jose Estrada and Jose Estarada, Sr.)
03/31/90-San Juan, PR

61.Lance Idol and Rick Valentine (Kerry Brown)
08/04/90-Caguas, PR

62.Super Medics I and III [2]
09/15/90-Bayamon, PR
Title held up after a match between Super Medics and Texas Hangmen, 09/19/90, Catano, PR.

63.Super Medics I and III [3]
09/22/90-Caguas, PR

64.Texas Hangmen: Psycho and Killer (Mike Moran and Tom Beninghaus)
09/29/90-Carolina, PR

65.El Bronco (Ramon Alvarez) and Invader I
02/03/91-Bayamon, PR

66.Texas Hangmen [3]
02/10/91-Hormigueros, PR

67.El Bronco and Invader I [2]
03/02/91-Bayamon, PR

68.Billy Travis and El Gran Mendoza
05/22/91-San Juan, PR

69.Miguelito P�rez and Hurac�n Castillo, Jr. [2]
06/12/91-San Juan, PR

70.El Bronco and Invader I [3]
07/20/91-Carolina, PR
Castillo turned heel on Perez

71.Heartbreakers: Wendell Cooley and Frankie Lancaster
11/29/91-Curazao, NETHERLAND ANTILLES
managed by Kevin Casey.

72.Rex King and Ricky Santana (Aldo Ortiz)
12/25/91-San Juan, PR

73.Heartbreakers [2]
01/06/92-San Juan, PR

74.Rex King and Ricky Santana [2]
02/29/92-Caguas, PR

75.Heartbreakers [3]
03/01/92-Mayaguez, PR

76.Heartbreaker Adonis and Doug Masters
03/16/92
Awarded when Heartbreaker Apollo leaves WWC.

77.Bronco and Cicl�n Salvadoreo
03/21/92-Humacao, PR

78.Ron Starr and Doug Masters
04/11/92-Caguas, PR
Title held up after a match between Starr and Masters and Santana and King, 05/16/92, Caguas, PR.

79.Ron Starr and Doug Masters [2]
05/24/92-San German, PR
Win by forfeit when Santana no-showed.

80.Southern Rockers: Rex King and Steve Doll
06/24/92-Dorado, PR

Title held up after a match between Southern Rockers and Solid Gold, 08/01/92.
Steve Doll leaves the promotion after the title was held up.

Title still held up after a match between Ray Gonzalez and Rex King vs. Solid Gold to crown new champs, at Bayamon, PR on 09/05/92.
One week later, on 09/12/92 at Carolina, PR, a rematch ended with a double pin, so the title remained held up.

83.Ray Gonzolez and Rex King
09/19/92-Carolina, PR
Defeat Solid Gold in rematch.

81.Mohammad Hussein (Lou Fabbiano) and El Vigilante
12/25/92

82.Ray Gonzalez and Ricky Santana
02/21/93-Bayamon, PR

83.Batten Twins [4]
03/93

TITLE VACANT
04/02/93
Batten Twins jump to AWF.

84.Ray Gonzalez and Ricky Santana [2]
04/93

85.Mohammad Hussein and Dusty Wolfe
06/19/93-Bayamon, PR
Mohammad Hussein selected Doug Sanders to replace Wolfe after Wolfe left WWC because of personal problems in October 1993
Wolfe returned in November 1993 and rejoined the team

86.Bronco 1 and Ray Gonzalez
12/93-Trujillo Alto, PR

87.Mohammad Hussein and Hurricane Castillo, Jr.
04/94

Title Vacated
06/94-Trujillo Alto, PR
Castillo turned babyface

88.Mohammad Hussein and Tahitian Warrior (Lloyd Anoia)
06/25/94-Caguas, PR
Defeat El Bronco and El Pulgarcito.

89.Ray Gonzalez and El Bronco [2]
07/06/94-Tola Alta, PR

90.The Wildcats (Tiger Mike Anthony and Dobby Gillies)
?/94-Toa Alta

91.Fidel Sierra and Mohamed Hussein
?/94-Toa Alta, PR

92.Ray Gonzalez and Bronco
?/9-Manati

93.Mohammed Huseein and Tahitian Warrior
08/13/94-Trujillo Alto
Gonzalez lost by forfeit when Bronco no showed as he was beginning his heel turn

94.The Wildcats (Tiger Mike Anthony and Lion Dobby Gillies)
08/24/1994-Toa Alta, PR

95.Tahitian Warrior and Mohammed Hussein [3]
?/1994

96.Ray Gonzalez and Huracane Castillo Jr.
?/1994

97.Fidel Sierra and Ricky Santana
?/95

98.Ray Gonzalez and Huracan Castillo Jr.
?/95

99.Canadian Glamour Boys (Sean 'Morley" and Shane "Sewell")
?/95

100.Huracane Castillo, Jr. and Invader I 1995

101.Kevin Quinn and Christopher Daniels
10/22/95-San German, PR

102.Canadian Glamour Boys: Sean Morley and Rex King
11/26/95

103.Ray Gonzalez and Huracane Castillo, Jr.
03/09/96

104.Canadian Glamour Boys: Sean Morley and Shane Sewell [2]
04/06/96

105.Ray Gonzalez and Ricky Santana [3]
05/04/96

106.Texas Hangmen [4]
09/21/96

100.Ricky Santana (Aldo Ortiz) and La Ley (Jorge W. de Leon)
03/01/97-Cayey, PR
Defeat Texas Hangmen: Killer and Skull Von Crush (subbing for Psycho)
Psycho had left the promotion in February 1997 over a money dispute and took both of the Title belts with him.

107.Islanders: Tahiti and Kuhio (Lloyd Anoia and Matthew Anoia)
06/22/97-Bayamon, PR

108.Mark and Chris Youngblood [7]
08/16/97-Bayamon, PR
Win by forfeit. The title change was never acknowledged on TV.

TITLE VACANT
02/18/98
During the 2/18/98 TV taping, El Profe (Angel Pantojas) announced that the title had been declared VACATED, because The TEXAS HANGMEN haven't defended the title in so long"

109.Shane Sewell and Ricky Santana
03/22/98-Caguas, PR
Defeat Mark and Chris Youngblood in an 8 team tournament final.

In February 1999 WWC produced new title belts to replace those taken away by Psycho in 1997

110.Chicky Starr and Victor The Bodyguard
02/28/99-Cabo Rojo, PR

111.Invader 1 and Maelo Huertas (The Huertas Brothers)
10/09/99-Guaynabo, PR

112.Victor The Bodyguard and Bouncer Bruno (Daniel Gonalez)
12/11/99-Guaynabo, PR
Defeated Invader 1 and Maelo Huertas for title
On March 4, 2000, the two teams had a rematch which ended in a controversial double pin. The Championship Committee President, Luis Davila, gave the belts to Bruno and Victor because the heel legal man had pinned the babyface legal man.

TITLE VACANT
03/04/2000
Victor appears in IWA on 03/09/2000 (program taped on March 4)

110.Black Boy (Julio Casar Lopez) and Jose Rivera, Jr.
03/11/2000-Guaynabo, PR
Since Victor jumped that same week, without notice, on the March 11, 2000 television program, they showed a video clip in which Black Boy and Rivera were awarded the titles
The title belts were actually taken by Victor because (according to him) WWC owed him about $1,000.

113.Dutch Mantell and Bouncer Bruno
04/08/2000-Guaynabo, PR

114.Thunder and Lightning
04/29/2000-Carolina, PR

115.Barry and Kendall Windham
09/02/2000-Carolina, PR

116.Thunder and Lightning [2]
12/16/2000-Carolina, PR

117."Evil" Eddie Watts and Rico Suave
03/03/2001-Carolina, PR (Guillermo Angulo Coliseum) 12:33

116. Thunder and Lightning [3]
04/28/2001-Cayey, PR

118.Rico Suave and Ricky Santana
06/09/2001-Cayey, PR (Luis Rael Colon Coliseum)
18:10

118.Rastamen (Rastaman and Mustafa Saed)
06/30/2001-Arecibo, PR
13:01

120.Thunder and Lightning [4]
07/14/2001-Cayey, PR (Luis Rael Colon Coliseum)
10:51
Thunder applied a chokeslam to Rasta after Barrabas, the new Thunder and Lightning manager, broke a cane on Rasta's back time.

Titles Held up
10/20/2001-Caguas, PR (Hector Solis Bezares)
Titles held up after a controversial match with Bronco and Super Gladiator ended in a double pin at 11:57

121.Super Gladiador and Bronco
11/03/2001-Carolina, PR (Guillermo Angulo Coliseum)
Defeated Thunder and Lightning in a match for the held up Tag Team Title
18:05

122.Thunder and Lightning [5]
11/24/2001-Caguas, PR

123.Eddie Colon and Carly Colon
03/16/2002-Caguas, PR (Hector Solis Bezares Coliseum)

124.Thunder and Lightning [6]
03/17/2002-Yauco, PR (Rael 'Pipote' Oliveras Coliseum)
Bronco interefered to give the team the victory

125.Konnan and Carly Colon
05/26/2002-Caguas, PR (Hector Sola Bezares)

126.Thunder and Lightning [7]
08/10/2002-Humacao, PR (Emilio Huyke Coliseum)
19:19

127.The Tahitians (Tahitian Prince and Tahitian Warrior)
12/07/2002-Coamo, PR (Pedro Caratini Stadium)

128.Thunder and Lightning [8]
03/30/2003-Salinas, PR
Defeated The Tahitians to win the WWC Tag Team Title when Lightning pinned Tahitian Prince after Carly Colon interfered and stunned Tahitian Prince

Title Held Up
5/03/2003-Guayama, PR (Dr. Roque Nido Stella Coliseum)
Title Comitteee president Luis Davila decided to hold up the title after a controversial finish in a match against Bronco 2 and Bronco 3.

129.Bronco 2 and Bronco 3
05/10/2003-V, PR (Jose Aponte Coliseum)
Defeated Thunder and Lightning to win held-up title

130.Thunder and Lightning [9]
05/18/2003-Carolina, PR (Guillermo Angulo Coliseum)
Special Referee: Carlos Colon

131.Los Broncos 2 and 3 [2]
06/07/2003-Cayey (Luis Rael Colon Coliseum)
Defeated Thunder and Lightning in a steel cage match to win the title

132.Ricky Santana and Fidel Sierra
07/19/2003-Carolina, PR (Guillermo Angulo Coliseum)
Won the title in an Elimination match

133.Bronco 2 and Bronco 3 [3]
08/10/2003-Caguas, PR (Hector Zola Bezares Coliseum)

134.Brent Dail and Ricky Santana
08/16/2003-Naguabo, PR

135.Bronco 2 and Bronco 3 [4]
08/23/2003-Caguas, PR (Yldefonso Solis Morales Stadium Morales)

136.Thunder and Lightning [10]
09/07/2003-Guayanilla

137.Super Gladiador and Vengador Boricua
?/?

138.Agente Bruno and Rico Suave
04/03/2004-Naguabo, PR (Harry Carillo Coliseum)
Defeated Gladiator and Dail (substituting for Vegador)

139.Alex Montalvo and Chris Joe
05/08/2004-Caguas, PR (Roger Mendoza Coliseum)

140.Rico Suave and El Diabolico
06/05/2004-Caguas, PR

141.Alex Montalvo and Chris Joel [2]
07/13/2004-San Juan, PR

142.Delta Force (Viper and Cannon)
08/21/2004-Caguas, PR

143.Delta Force (Viper and El Rebelde)
11/25/2004-Caguas, PR
Due to Delta Force Cannon no showing, Eli Rodriguez, Delta's manager was forced to pick a man to defend the titles. He handpicked Rebelde.

144.Starr Corporation (Huracan Castillo and Chicky Starr)
11/25/2004-Caguas, PR

145.Vangador Boricua and Super Gladiador
01/06/2004-Manatis, PR
Defeated Rico Suave and Agente Bruno in final of tournament for Vacant Titles

146.Delta Force Viper and Tahitian Warrior
12/11/2004-Caguas, PR

147.Starr Corporation [2]
01/06/2005-Caguas, PR

148.Diabolico and Rico Suave
01/22/2005-Caguas, PR (Roger L. Mendoza Coliseum)

149.Starr Corporation [3]
01/29/2005--Caguas, PR (Roger L. Mendoza Coliseum)
10:52

150.El Diamante and Diamante Dominicano
02/05/2005-Caguas, PR (Roger L. Mendoza Coliseum)

151.Delta Force
?/2005

152.Vengador Boricua and Joe Bravo
07/09/2005-Salinas, PR (Angel Espada Coliseum)

153.Joe Bravo and Vengador Boricua
07/09/2005-Salinas, PR
Defeated Viper and Cannon for title

154.Rico Suave and Eric Alexander
09/17/2005-Salinas, PR

155.Derrick King and Stan Lee
10/08/2005-Bayamon, PR

[Records not clear]

156.Alex Montalvo and Chris Joel [3]
02/04/2006-Bayamon, PR
Won title in tournament final

157.James Storm and Cassidy Riley
03/25/2006-Carolina, PR

[Records unclear]

158.Noriega and Chris Joel
04/28/2007-Bayamon, PR
Defeated Black Pain and Hannibal

159.El Bronco and Rico Suave
05/12/2007-Bayamon, PR

160.Thunder & Lightning [11]
09/15/2007-Caguas, PR
Defeated Chris Joel & Noriega and Rico Suave and El Bronco

[Records unclear]

161.Thunder and Lightning [12]
03/22/2008-Bayamon, PR
Defeated The Texas Outlaws for title

162.Bad Boy Bradley and Todd Dean
02/16/2008-Bayamon, PR
Beat Thunder & Lightning for title

163.Thunder & Lightning [13]
03/01/2008-Toa Baja, PR

164.Bad Boy Bradley and Todd Dean [2]
03/15/2008-Lares, PR

165.Thunder & Lightning [14]
03/22/2008- Bayamon, PR T

166.Noriega and Chris Joel [3]
03/23/2008- Manati, PR

167.Thunder & Lightning [15]
04/20/2008-Quebradillas, PR

168.Bad Boy Bradley and Todd Dean [3]
04/26/2008-ayamon, PR

[Records unclear

169.D'Jour Twins
07/19/2008-San Juan, PR
Defeated Thunder & Lightning for title

170.Los Renegados del Infiernols
09/20/2008-Bayamon, PR

171.Thunder & Lighning [16]
10/11/2008-Pepin Cestero, PR

172.Huracan Castillo and Rico Suave
01/10/2009-Bayamon, PR

172.03/07/09 Thunder & Lightning [19] Bayamon, PR

173.Idol Stevens and Shawn Spears
08/15/2009-Bayamon, PR

174.Thunder and Lightning [20]
10/31/2009-Bayamon, PR

175.La Amenaza Illegal (Chicano and Bryan)
01/16/2010-San Juan, Puerto Rico

175.Chicano and Idol Stevens [2]
02/20/2010

175.Thunder and Lightning [21]
3/13/2010-Caguas, Puerto Rico

175.The American Family (Idol .Stevens and King Tonga Jr.)
04/04/2010-Aguadilla, Puerto Rico

176.Los Aerios (Carlitos and Hiram Tua)
4/24/2010-Bayamn, Puerto Rico

177.Idol Stevens and Abbad
6/11/2010-Ponce, Puerto Rico

178.Thunder and Lightning [22]
7/11/2010-Bayamn, Puerto Rico
This was a three-way match, also involving BJ and Chicano

179.BJ and Chicano [3]
9/25/2010-Bayamn, Puerto Rico

180.Thunder & Lighting [23]
10/02/2010-Bayamon, Puerto Rico
Win in rematch where they exposed the masks

181.Los Rabiosos (Mr. Big and Blitz)
12/2010

182.Thunder and Lighting [24]
01/2011

183.Los Rabiosos [2]
01/222011-Bayamon, Puerto Rico
This was a Barbed Wire match

184.BJ and Joe Bravo
04/30/2011-Bayamon, Puerto Rico

185.Los Fugitivos de la Calle (Niche & Lynx)
06/25/2011

186.Lynx and El Niche
03/17/2012-Bayamn, PR

187.Bolo The Red Bulldog & Diabolico
04/14/2012-Manati, PR

188.El Cuervo & Tommy Diablo
06/09/2012-Catao, PR

189.Angel and Diabolico
/07/14/2012-Guaynabo, PR
Defeated Diablo in handicap match.

190.Thunder & Lightning [25]
12/09/2012-Bayamn, PR
Defeated Afa Jr. and L.A. Smooth.

191.Sons of Samoa (Afa Jr. and L.A. Smooth)
02/09/2013-Catao, PR

192.Thunder & Lightning [26]
03/30/2013-Bayamn, PR

192.Andy Leavine and Samson Walker
04/21/2013-Catao, PR

193.Sons of Samoa (Afa Jr. and L.A. Smooth) [2]
06/29/2013-Caguas, PR
Defeated Leavine and Walker and Thunder and Lightning in a 3-way match.

194.La Zona 101 (Chicano y Abbad)
09/21/2013-Bayamn, PR
Defeated Sons of Samoa (Afa Jr. and L.A. Smooth) and Thunder andLightning in a 3-way match.

195.Sons of Samoa (Afa Jr. and L.A. Smooth) [3]
11/16/2013-Bayamn, PR

196.Chicano and Xix Xavant
01/05/2014-Bayamn, PR

197.Los Templarios (Ash and William de la Vega)
04/19/2014-Bayamn, PR

198.Caribbean Express (Huracan Castillo and Miguel Perez Jr.)
06/21/2014-Bayamn, PR

Title Held Up
07/19/2014-Bayamn, PR.
Held Up after a match against Los Templarios.

199. Los Templarios [2]
08/16/2014-Bayamn, PR
Defeated Huracan Castillo and Miguel Perez Jr. in rematch for the held-up title.

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