Compiled by Manuel Gonzalez
1.Kangaroos (Don Kent and Al Costello)
Billed as champions when they arrived in WWC.
2.Carlos Colon and Jose Rivera
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 
02/04/78-San Juan, PR
6.Huracan Castillo, Sr. and Pierre Martel (Frenchy Martin)
7.Jose Rivera and Invader I 
8.Kendo Kimura and Hiro Sasaki
9.Invaders I and II
10.Dory Funk, Jr. and Terry Funk
04/06/79-San Juan, PR
11.Invaders I and II 
12.Dory Funk, Jr. and Terry Funk 
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
18.Gran Apollo and Pierre Martel
19.Scorpio and Mr. Tempest
Scorpio leaves WWC
20.Carlos Colon and Pedro Morales
04/30/83-San Juan, PR
21.Medics I and II
Medics changed their name
23.Hercules Ayala and King Tonga
01/06/84-San Juan, PR
24.Super Medicos 
25.Invaders I and III
04/25/84-San Juan, PR
26.Super Medicos I and III
08/04/84-San Juan, PR
Super Medic III (Don Kent) loses his mask.
27.Invaders I and III 
Defeat Super Medico and Black Gordman
28.Super Medico I and Black Gordman
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
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 
09/21/86-San Juan, PR
34.Chicky Starr (Jose Laureano) and Ron Starr
35.Mark and Chris Youngblood
01/06/87-San Juan, PR
37.Mark and Chris Youngblood 
05/10/87-San Juan, PR
38.Mr. Pogo and TNT (Juan Rivera)
39.Mark and Chris Youngblood 
40.Hunters: Dale Veasey and Bob Brown
08/26/87-TRINIDAD and TOBAGO
41.Mark and Chris Youngblood 
42.Kendo Nagasaki and Mr. Pogo
43.Invaders I and III 
01/06/88-San Juan, PR
44.Kendo Nagasaki and Mr. Pogo 
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 
04/12/88-San Juan, PR
46.Mark and Chris Youngblood 
47.Kendo Nagasaki and Mr. Pogo 
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 
50.Batten Twins 
51.Dan Kroffat and Tama the Islander
01/06/89-San Juan, PR
52.Batten Twins 
53.Jason the Terrible and Steve Strong
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 
58.Mark and Chris Youngblood 
59.Mercenaries: Ron Starr and Cuban Assassin (Angel Acevedo)
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)
62.Super Medics I and III 
Title held up after a match between Super Medics and Texas Hangmen, 09/19/90, Catano, PR.
63.Super Medics I and III 
64.Texas Hangmen: Psycho and Killer (Mike Moran and Tom Beninghaus)
65.El Bronco (Ramon Alvarez) and Invader I
66.Texas Hangmen 
67.El Bronco and Invader I 
68.Billy Travis and El Gran Mendoza
05/22/91-San Juan, PR
69.Miguelito Perez and Huracan Castillo, Jr. 
06/12/91-San Juan, PR
70.El Bronco and Invader I 
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
01/06/92-San Juan, PR
74.Rex King and Ricky Santana 
76.Heartbreaker Adonis and Doug Masters
Awarded when Heartbreaker Apollo leaves WWC.
77.Bronco and Ciclon Salvadoreo
78.Ron Starr and Doug Masters
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 
05/24/92-San German, PR
Win by forfeit when Santana no-showed.
80.Southern Rockers: Rex King and Steve Doll
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
Defeat Solid Gold in rematch.
81.Mohammad Hussein (Lou Fabbiano) and El Vigilante
82.Ray Gonzalez and Ricky Santana
83.Batten Twins 
Batten Twins jump to AWF.
84.Ray Gonzalez and Ricky Santana 
85.Mohammad Hussein and Dusty Wolfe
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.
06/94-Trujillo Alto, PR
Castillo turned babyface
88.Mohammad Hussein and Tahitian Warrior (Lloyd Anoia)
Defeat El Bronco and El Pulgarcito.
89.Ray Gonzalez and El Bronco 
07/06/94-Tola Alta, PR
90.The Wildcats (Tiger Mike Anthony and Dobby Gillies)
91.Fidel Sierra and Mohamed Hussein
?/94-Toa Alta, PR
92.Ray Gonzalez and Bronco
93.Mohammed Huseein and Tahitian Warrior
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 
96.Ray Gonzalez and Huracane Castillo Jr.
97.Fidel Sierra and Ricky Santana
98.Ray Gonzalez and Huracan Castillo Jr.
99.Canadian Glamour Boys (Sean 'Morley" and Shane "Sewell")
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
103.Ray Gonzalez and Huracane Castillo, Jr.
104.Canadian Glamour Boys: Sean Morley and Shane Sewell 
105.Ray Gonzalez and Ricky Santana 
106.Texas Hangmen 
100.Ricky Santana (Aldo Ortiz) and La Ley (Jorge W. de Leon)
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)
108.Mark and Chris Youngblood 
Win by forfeit. The title change was never acknowledged on TV.
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
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)
112.Victor The Bodyguard and Bouncer Bruno (Daniel Gonalez)
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.
Victor appears in IWA on 03/09/2000 (program taped on March 4)
110.Black Boy (Julio Casar Lopez) and Jose Rivera, Jr.
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
114.Thunder and Lightning
115.Barry and Kendall Windham
116.Thunder and Lightning 
117."Evil" Eddie Watts and Rico Suave
03/03/2001-Carolina, PR (Guillermo Angulo Coliseum) 12:33
116. Thunder and Lightning 
118.Rico Suave and Ricky Santana
06/09/2001-Cayey, PR (Luis Rael Colon Coliseum)
118.Rastamen (Rastaman and Mustafa Saed)
120.Thunder and Lightning 
07/14/2001-Cayey, PR (Luis Rael Colon Coliseum)
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
122.Thunder and Lightning 
123.Eddie Colon and Carly Colon
03/16/2002-Caguas, PR (Hector Solis Bezares Coliseum)
124.Thunder and Lightning 
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 
08/10/2002-Humacao, PR (Emilio Huyke Coliseum)
127.The Tahitians (Tahitian Prince and Tahitian Warrior)
12/07/2002-Coamo, PR (Pedro Caratini Stadium)
128.Thunder and Lightning 
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 
05/18/2003-Carolina, PR (Guillermo Angulo Coliseum)
Special Referee: Carlos Colon
131.Los Broncos 2 and 3 
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 
08/10/2003-Caguas, PR (Hector Zola Bezares Coliseum)
134.Brent Dail and Ricky Santana
135.Bronco 2 and Bronco 3 
08/23/2003-Caguas, PR (Yldefonso Solis Morales Stadium Morales)
136.Thunder and Lightning 
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
141.Alex Montalvo and Chris Joel 
07/13/2004-San Juan, PR
142.Delta Force (Viper and Cannon)
143.Delta Force (Viper and El Rebelde)
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)
145.Vangador Boricua and Super Gladiador
Defeated Rico Suave and Agente Bruno in final of tournament for Vacant Titles
146.Delta Force Viper and Tahitian Warrior
147.Starr Corporation 
148.Diabolico and Rico Suave
01/22/2005-Caguas, PR (Roger L. Mendoza Coliseum)
149.Starr Corporation 
01/29/2005--Caguas, PR (Roger L. Mendoza Coliseum)
150.El Diamante and Diamante Dominicano
02/05/2005-Caguas, PR (Roger L. Mendoza Coliseum)
152.Vengador Boricua and Joe Bravo
07/09/2005-Salinas, PR (Angel Espada Coliseum)
153.Joe Bravo and Vengador Boricua
Defeated Viper and Cannon for title
154.Rico Suave and Eric Alexander
155.Derrick King and Stan Lee
[Records not clear]
156.Alex Montalvo and Chris Joel 
Won title in tournament final
157.James Storm and Cassidy Riley
158.Noriega and Chris Joel
Defeated Black Pain and Hannibal
159.El Bronco and Rico Suave
160.Thunder & Lightning 
Defeated Chris Joel & Noriega and Rico Suave and El Bronco
161.Thunder and Lightning 
Defeated The Texas Outlaws for title
162.Bad Boy Bradley and Todd Dean
Beat Thunder & Lightning for title
163.Thunder & Lightning 
03/01/2008-Toa Baja, PR
164.Bad Boy Bradley and Todd Dean 
165.Thunder & Lightning 
03/22/2008- Bayamon, PR T
166.Noriega and Chris Joel 
03/23/2008- Manati, PR
167.Thunder & Lightning 
168.Bad Boy Bradley and Todd Dean 
07/19/2008-San Juan, PR
Defeated Thunder & Lightning for title
170.Los Renegados del Infiernols
171.Thunder & Lighning 
10/11/2008-Pepin Cestero, PR
172.Huracan Castillo and Rico Suave
172.03/07/09 Thunder & Lightning  Bayamon, PR
173.Idol Stevens and Shawn Spears
174.Thunder and Lightning 
175.La Amenaza Illegal (Chicano and Bryan)
01/16/2010-San Juan, Puerto Rico
175.Chicano and Idol Stevens 
175.Thunder and Lightning 
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-Bayamon, Puerto Rico
177.Idol Stevens and Abbad
6/11/2010-Ponce, Puerto Rico
178.Thunder and Lightning 
7/11/2010-Bayam0n, Puerto Rico
This was a three-way match, also involving BJ and Chicano
179.BJ and Chicano 
9/25/2010-Bayam0n, Puerto Rico
180.Thunder & Lighting 
10/02/2010-Bayamon, Puerto Rico
Win in rematch where they exposed the masks
181.Los Rabiosos (Mr. Big and Blitz)
182.Thunder and Lighting 
183.Los Rabiosos 
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)
186.Lynx and El Niche
187.Bolo The Red Bulldog & Diabolico
188.El Cuervo & Tommy Diablo
189.Angel and Diabolico
Defeated Diablo in handicap match.
190.Thunder & Lightning 
Defeated Afa Jr. and L.A. Smooth.
191.Sons of Samoa (Afa Jr. and L.A. Smooth)
192.Thunder & Lightning 
192.Andy Leavine and Samson Walker
193.Sons of Samoa (Afa Jr. and L.A. Smooth) 
Defeated Leavine and Walker and Thunder and Lightning in a 3-way match.
194.La Zona 101 (Chicano y Abbad)
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) 
196.Chicano and Xix Xavant
197.Los Templarios (Ash and William de la Vega)
198.Caribbean Express (Huracan Castillo and Miguel Perez Jr.)
Title Held Up
Held Up after a match against Los Templarios.
199. Los Templarios 
Defeated Huracan Castillo and Miguel Perez Jr. in rematch for the held-up title.
200.Miguel Perez Jr. and Huracan Castillo Jr. 
After a match between Miguel Perez Jr. and Huracan
Castillo Jr. (c) and La Revolucion ends with a double pinfall.
A masked trio whose members are not identified individually and can wrestle in singles or tag team matches, wins rematch.
202.Mike Mendoza and Ray Gonzolez Jr.
203.La Revolucion 
204. Mike Mendoza and Cuervo
Held up after a match between Mike Mendoza and Cuervo* and La Revolucion on 03/19/2016 in Bayamon, PR.
205.Mike Mendoza and Cuervo 
206.La Revolucion 
04/30/2016- Bayamon, PR
Defeated Mike Mendoza and Cuervo, Thunder and Lightning, and the Bankers Club (Joe Bravo and Peter the Bad Romance) in 4-way match.
207.Juventud Extrema (Mike Mendoza and Cuervo) 
208.Thunder and Lightning 
209.La Revolucion 
Teamed with Mike Mendoza and defeat La Artilleroa Pesada (Thunder & Lightning) in handicap match.
210.El Cuervo and Angel
211.La Revolucion 
212.Khaos and Abaddon
213.La Revolucion 
214.Gilbert and Peter the Bad Romance
215.La Artilleria Pesada (Thunder and Lightning 
216.La Revolucion 
Defeated La Artilleria Pesada: Thunder and Lightning and Doom Patrol in a 3-way match.
217.Doom Patrol (Cold and Death Warrant)
05/18/2019-Toa Alta, PR
218.Chicano and Xix Xavant 
219.Doom Patrol (Cold and Death Warrant) 
07/13/2019-Toa Alta, PR
220.La Revolución 
Defeated Doom Patrol, La Potencia, Steve Joel and Jay Velez, and Clan Freedom in a 5-way match.
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