Lone Star Tag Team Championship History

 

 

Current Champions:  “The Originals” Silky Baines and Luther Black defeated “Loverboy” Matt Riviera and “Golden Boy” Greg Anthony of the “Empire” on 9-26-15.

Former Tag Team Champions:

“Loverboy” Matt Riviera and “Golden Boy” Greg Anthony of the “Empire” defeated Americos and David “Super” Duperon, Moonshine Mantell and “Dirty” Andy Dalton, and Hambone and Chaz Taylor on 7-12-15 at Lone Star Championship Wrestling’s “Bustin for Autism” event.

Killer McKenzie and Moonshine Mantell (with “Mad Dog” Ken Johnson) of the Sons of Texas defeated Rudy Russo and David “Super” Duperon on 1-19-15 at Lone Star Championship Wrestling #45.

Rudy Russo and David “Super” Duperon defeated Matt Riviera and Greg Anthony of “The Empire” on 10-25-14 at NWA Houston #44.

“The Empire” Matt Riviera and Greg Anthony defeated the “Sons of Texas” James Claxton and Alex Reigns and Carson and “One Man” Mike Dell in a three way tag team title match on 3-29-14 at NWA Houston Pro Wrestling Event #37.

The “Sons of Texas” Alex Reigns and “Cowboy” James Claxton defeated the “Kingz of the Underground” Scot Summers and Ryan Genesis on 9-20-13 at NWA Houston’s “Collision Course”.

“Kingz of the Underground” Scot Summers and Ryan Genesis defeated “The Path of Resistance” Jax Dane and Ray Rowe on 11-9-12 at NWA Houston’s “Decision 2012″.

“The Path of Resistance” Ray Rowe and Jax Dane defeated Chaz Taylor and Austin Rhodes (Rhodes was filling in for Hambone who was injured earlier in the night due to an attack by David Duperon) on 7-13-12 at NWA Houston’s “Explosion”.

“Made in America” Chaz Taylor and Hambone defeated “Breaking Point” DJ King and Silky Baines on 4-13-12 at NWA Houston’s “Shut up and Wrestle II”.

“Breaking Point” D.J. King and Silky Baines defeated “the Crusaders” Pop’n Lock on 10-14-11 at NWA Houston’s “Hear No Evil, See No Evil, Speak No Evil”.

“The Crusaders” Pop’n Lock defeated Ryan Genesis and “One Man” Mike Dell on 9-9-11 at NWA Houston’s “Let’s Roll”

The “Psycho Circus”, Ryan Genesis and “One Man” Mike Dell, defeated Impeccable (Ken Carson and Joey Diamond) on 5-13-11 at NWA Houston’s “Shut up and Wrestle”

“Impeccable”, Ken Carson and Joey Diamond managed by Barbi Hayden defeated “One Man” Mike Dell and David Stahr at the inaugural NWA Houston show (titled April’s Fools) on 4-8-11.

* The NWA Lone Star Tag Team Titles were originally known as the NWA Houston Tag Team Titles.  Brand new NWA Lone Star Tag Team title belts replaced the old NWA Houston tag titles on September 9, 2011.

 

TEXAS TAG TEAM TITLE HISTORY (inactive, replaced with NWA Lone Star Tag Team Titles):

1945 – Bobby Mangaoff & Otto Kuss, Hans Schnable & Marvin Jones 5-14 (Galveston), Buddy Rogers & Otto Kuss 5-21  (Galveston)

1945-50 -Title inactive

1950- Rita Romero & Miguel Guzman 3-14 (Dallas), Duke Keomuka & Danny Savich 11-30 (Galveston), Killer Kowalski & ? (12-11 (Fort Worth), Dave Keomuka & Danny Savich (2) awarded Dec.

1951 – Timothy Geohagen & Big Humphrey 5-14 (Houston), Duke Keomuka & Danny Savich (3), title vacated.

1952 – Duke Keomuka & Ivan Kalmikoff 1-25 (Houston), Miguel Guzman & Ray Gunkel 2-1 (Houston), Duke Keomuka & Mr. Moto 2-26 (Dallas), Rito Romero & Miguel Guzman (2) 8-15 (Houston), Duke Keomuka & Danny Savich (4) 10-7 (Dallas), title vacated, Gory Guerrero & Cyclone Anaya wins tournament (Fort Worth) 12-1 and then vacates title in 53.

1953 – Ray Gunkel & Ricki Starr wins tournament (Austin) over Duke Keomuka & Kinji Shibuya Rito Romero & Migual Guzman (3) 4-23 (Houston)

1954 – Rito Romero & Migual Guzman (3) (Houston), Ivan Kalmikoff & Karol Krauser, Rito Romero & Sugi Suto (San Antonio), Duke Keomuka, & Don Evans, Rito Romero & George Drake, Roy Shire & The Great Scott 10-12 (Dallas), Rita Romero & Pepe Mendietta 11-12 (Houston).

1955 – Maurice Vachon & Pierre LaSalle, Larry Chene & Raul Zapata 5-10 (Austin), Hard Bold Haggerty & Stu Gibson 6-3 (Houston), Rita Romero & Pepper Gomez, Duke Keomuka & Danny Savich (5) 10-4 (Dallas), Ray Gunkel & Wilbur Synder (Houston), Duke Keomuka & Tiny Mills 12-12 (Fort Worth)1956 – Pepper Gomez & Luiji Macera 2-7 (Dallas), Duke Keomuka & Kinji Shibuya 2-21 (Dallas), Ray Gunkel & Prince Maivia 3-23 (Houston) Iron Mike DiBiase & Bulldog Plechas 6-6 (Houston), Duke Keomuka & Tony Martin 7-27 (Houston), Ray Gunkel & Herb Freeman 9-11 (Dallas), Gene Kiniski & Len Crosby 9-18 (Dallas), Ray Gunkel & Amazing Zuma 10-22(Fort Worth)

1957 – Duke Keomuka & Tokyo Tom, Pepper Gomez & El Medico 6-21 (Houston), Ivan the Terrible & Paul Vachon 9-20 (Houston), Duke Keomuka & Mr. Moto 10-14 (Fort Worth), Pepper Gomez & Bill Melby 11-25 (Fort Worth), title vacated.

1958 – Danny McShain & Casey McShain 1-7 (Dallas), Enrique Torres
& Albert Torres 2-27 (Galveston), Johnny Valentine & Eddie Graham 4-22 (Dallas), Pepper Gomez & Larry Chene 5-23 (Houston), Duke Keomuka & John Tolos 6-24 (Dallas), Pepper Gomez & El Medico (2) 8-8 (Houston) -vacated title after winning the World Tag Team title.

1959 – Frank Valois & Andre Bollet 1-20- wins tournament (Dallas for vacated title, Amazing Zuma & Johnny Walker, Frank Valios & Andre Bollet (2) 3-10 (Dallas), Chief Big Heart & Little Eagle 4-17 (Dallas), Ben Sharpe & Mike Sharpe 4-24 (Dallas), Corsica Jean and Corsica Joe 5-26 (Dallas), Nick Kozak & Jerry Kozak 9-2, Danny McShain & Bad Boy Hines, Cyclone Anaya & Leo Garilbaldi 12-12 (Dallas).

1960 – Danny McShain & Tony Borne (Houston), Ciclon Negro & Torbellino Blanco, Maurice Vachon & Paul Vachon 11-8 (Dallas), Ciclon Negro & Torbellino Blanco (2) 11-15 (Dallas), Danny McShain & Sputnik Monroe, Maurice Vachon & Duke Keomuka.

1961 – Sputnik Monroe & Rocket Monroe 1-1 (Fort Worth), Pepper Gomez & Hogan Wharton 1-20 (Houston), Tony Borne & Dan Manoukian 2-17 (Houston), Pepper Gomez & Dory Dixon 2-24 (Houston), Angelo Poffo & Bronco Lubich 5-12 (Houston), vacate title with Dick Hutton & Sam Steamboat 9-18 (Fort Worth) winning the tournament over The Mighty Yankees

1962 – Jack Dalton & Jim Dalton, leaves Texas and there is no title matches until 66′

1963 thru 1965 – titles were dormant

1966 – Nick Kozak & Dory Dixon win 6-man tournament 7-11 (Fort Worth) vacated in 67-68′

1969 – Wahoo McDaniel & Antonio Pugliese

1970 – Killer Karl Kox & Great Malenko 3-16, Pak Song & Kintaro Ohki 12-17

1971 – titles were dormant

1972 – Red Bastien & Billy Red Lyons 7-14 (Houston)

1973 – Black Goldman & Goliath 4-21, Jose Lothario & Mil Mascaras, Jose Lothario & Ivan Putski, Black Gordman & Goliath (2) 5-26 , Jose Lothario & Ivan Putski (2), Black Gordman & Goliath (3) 8-6.

1974 – Red Bastien & Tex McKenzie

1975 – Blackjack Lanza & Blackjack Mulligan, vacated title – Jose Lothario & Al Madril win tournament.

1976 – Killer Tim Brooks & Stan Hansen, Jose Lothario & Ricky Johnson 3-3, Tony Charles & Les Thornton.

1977 – Jose Lothario & Glen Caras, Brusier Brody & Mike York 3-15 (Houston), Gino Hernandez & Jimmy Snuka, Bull Ramos & John Studd.

1978 – Jose Lothario & Al Madrill (2), Killer Tim Brooks & Leroy Brown 3-31 (Houston), Kevin Von Erich & David Von Erich 4-7 (Houston), Gino Hernandez & Bruiser Brody (Fort Worth), Kevin Von Erich & David Von Erich (2) 9-4 (Fort Worth) – vacated title when Von Erichs win NWA American Tag Title, Mark Lewin & White Night 10-30wins vacated (Fort Worth) tournament, Bull Ramos & Tiger Conway, Jr. 12-17 (Dallas)

1979 – Kerry Von Erich & Brusier Brody 7-23 (Fort Worth) – title vacated when Brody leaves Texas, Von Erich replaces Brody with Tiger Conway in 80,.’ Spoiler & Mark Lewin 9-17 ( Fort Worth)

1980 – Kerry Von Erich & Tiger Conway, Gino Hernandez & Pak Song, Kerry Von Erich & Skip Young 8-1 (Houston), Killer Tim Brooks & Stan Stasiak – vacated in 81′ when Stasiak is suspended from Texas wrestling.

1981 – Raul Mata & Billy White Cloud defeats Killer Tim Brooks & Raul Castro (Stasiak’s replacement) 1-12 (Fort Worth)Mata & White Cloud leaves Texas, title becomes vacant and is abandoned until restored in 1998.

1982 thru 1997 – titles were dormant

1998 – Ian St. James & Zane Morris wins 8-team tournament 7/10 (NRH), Khris Germany & Kit Carson 8/7 (NRH)

1999 – Bull Schmitt & New Doctor X 3/12 (NRH), Kit Carson & Khris Germany (2) 6/4 (NRH), Canyon & Bull Schmitt 10/1 (NRH), Mike Fox & Trint Atkins 11/5 (NRH)

2000 – Kurt Reigns & Tejas 1/1 (NRH), Tully Champion & Rude Sherron 3/24 (NRH), Kurt Reigns & Tejas (2) 4/7 (Dyersburg, Tn.), Jimmy James & Action Jackson 7/14 (NRH), Larry Green & Chris Young 11/17 (NRH), The Gravedigger & Dark Angel 12/8 (NRH)

2001 – Mike Anthony & Al Jackson 1/19 (NRH), Chris Young & Larry Green (2) 3/16 (NRH), Mike Anthony & Al Jackson (2) 4/13 (NRH), J.P. Black & Mike Thunder 9/7 (NRH), Mike Anthony & Al Jackson (3) 9/30 (San Antonio)

2002 – J.P. Black & Mike Thunder (2) 2/8 (NRH), Chris Young & Larry Green (3) 2/22 (NRH), Justin2Fine & B.J. Turner 6/21 (NRH)

2003 – Harley Johnson & Hugh Rogue 6/26 (Fort Worth), Joey Corman & Samir 11/26 (Tyler)

2004 – Bobby2Badd & Harley Johnson 6/9 (Dallas)

2006 – Seth Shai & Mace 1/28 (Fort Worth), Chaz Taylor & Fast Eddie 5 /12 (Cypress), Pop Dusselldorf & Loc Dusselldorf 8 /25 (Cypress)

2007 – Galan Ramirez & DJ King 2-9 (Cypress), Chaz Taylor & Mr. Destiny 10-12 (Cypress)

2008 – Galan Ramirez & DJ King (2) 6-13 (Cypress), Widowmaker & Cras 7-19 (Dallas), Al Farat & Thomas Trump 10-11 (Dallas)

2009 – Chaz Taylor & Austin Rhodes 3-21 (Livingston), Shawn MIlls & Cody Jones 8-30 (Amarillo)

2010 – Shawn Sanders & Brice Payne 1-23 (Amarillo), Nobe Bryant & Jerome Daniels 5-1 (Whitesboro), Ken Carson & Joey Fiqueroa 11-12 (Cypress)

2011 – Ben Galvan & Rudy Russo 1-7 (Robstown), Ken Carson & Joey Fiqueroa (2) 2-11 (Cypress), Nobe Bryant & Jerome Daniels (2) 5-21 (Grand Prairie)

2012 – Titles are dormant and were replaced with the NWA Lone Star Tag Team Titles