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UWA World Tag Team Championship
Details
Current Champion(s) Gaina and Taro Nohashi
GainaNohashiUWATohuko
Date Won March 18, 2018
Promotion(s) El Dorado Wrestling
Kohaku Wrestling Wars
Michinoku Pro Wrestling
Union Pro Wrestling
Date Established January 1, 2008


The UWA World Tag Team Championship was a championship created by the Mexican Universal Wrestling Association (UWA) and defended there until the UWA closed in 1995. After the UWA's closing, the title was inactive until 2008, when El Dorado revived the title. On March 26, 2008, Kagetora and Kota Ibushi won the title in Tokyo, Japan at El Dorado's Eye of the Treasure event, defeating MAZADA and NOSAWA. It has since been defended in several promotions, including Kohaku Wrestling Wars, Michinoku Pro Wrestling and Union Pro Wrestling.

Title HistoryEdit

# Team Reign Date Length Location Notes
1 Tokyo Gurentai
(MAZADA and NOSAWA)
1 2006 Unknown Tokyo MAZADA and NOSAWA proclaimed themselves as UWA World Tag Team Champions.
2 Kagetora and Kota Ibushi 1 March 26, 2008 223 Days Tokyo
Vacated November 14, 2008 Vacated due to Ibushi's injury.
Hell Warriors: Animal & Power Warrior defeated Damian 666 & Terrible on May 11, 2008 in Mexico City to be recognized by a former official of the UWA.
3 Speed of Sounds
(Tsutomu Oosugi and Hercules Oosenga)
1 March 26, 2008 8 Days Tokyo Defeated Jumping Kid Okimoto and Kagetora at Face Busta Vol. 12 in a decision match.
4 The Brahman Brothers
(Brahman Shu and Brahman Kei)
1 December 3, 2008 497 Days Tokyo
5 Speed of Sounds
(Tsutomu Oosugi and Hercules Oosenga)
2 April 14, 2010 252 Days Tokyo
6 Masamune and Minoru Fujita 1 December 22, 2010 334 Days Tokyo
7 Speed of Sounds
(Tsutomu Oosugi and Hercules Oosenga)
3 December 1, 2011 667 Days Tokyo
8 Ikuto Hidaka and Menso-re Oyaji 1 November 29, 2012 228 Days Tokyo
9 Speed of Sounds
(Tsutomu Oosugi and Hercules Oosenga)
4 July 15, 2013 205 Days Osaka
10 Hiroki and Yasu Urano 1 February 5, 2014 81 Days Tokyo
11 Hiroshi Fukuda and Men's Teioh 1 April 27, 2014 126 Days Yokohama
12 FUMA and Isami Kodaka 1 August 31, 2014 146 Days Tokyo
13 Masato Shibata and Shuji Ishikawa 1 January 24, 2015 144 Days Yokohama
14 The Brahman Brothers
(Brahman Shu and Brahman Kei)
2 June 17, 2015 359 Days Tokyo
16 Skull & Bones
(Ikuto Hidaka (2) and Minoru Fujita (2))
2 June 10, 2016 463 Days Tokyo This match was also contested for the Tohoku Tag Team Championship.
17 Superstars
(Ayumu Gunji and Rui Hyugaji)
1 September 16, 2017 183 Days Yahaba This match was also contested for the Tohoku Tag Team Championship.
18 Gaina and Taro Nohashi 1 March 18, 2018 268+ Sendai, Miyagi This match was also contested for the Tohoku Tag Team Championship.

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