NXT Tag Team Championship

championship created and promoted by the American professional wrestling promotion WWE

The NXT Tag Team Championship is a professional wrestling championship in the WWE. The title is a NXT-only championship.

NXT Tag Team Championship
Longest combined champions The Undisputed Era (Kyle O'Reilly, Roderick Strong, Adam Cole, and Bobby Fish), with O'Reilly and Cole holding the second design of the belt (2017-present), and Cole also being NXT North American Champion
Details
PromotionWWE
BrandNXT
Date establishedJanuary 23, 2013
Current champion(s)Bron Breakker and Baron Corbin
Date wonFebruary 13, 2024

History change

The title was presented by special guest Shawn Michaels on the January 23, 2013 edition of NXT. He announced that there would be a tournament held to crown the first champions.[1] A team called British Ambition (whose members were Adrian Neville and Oliver Grey) beat a team called The Wyatt Family (Luke Harper and Erick Rowan) to become the first champions on January 31, 2013 (but it could not be watched on TV until February 13). In their first match for the title, Neville and Bo Dallas fought the Wyatt Family because Grey was hurt badly and could not fight. Neville and Dallas lost. Neville and Corey Graves beat the Wyatt Family for the titles on June 20 (shown on TV on July 17) and Neville became the first wrestler to win the title twice. At NXT TakeOver: The End in June 2016, The Revival (Dash Wilder and Scott Dawson) became the first team to win the title twice by beating American Alpha (Chad Gable and Jason Jordan).

Reigns change

 
American Alpha (Jason Jordan and Chad Gable) with the first championship design (2013-2017)

Right now, the champions are Bron Breakker and Baron Corbin, who are in their first reign. They won the title by defeating previous champions The Family (Tony D'Angelo and Channing "Stacks" Lorenzo) on the February 13, 2024, episode of NXT in Orlando, Florida.[2]

Key
No. Overall reign number
Reign Reign number for the specific champion
Days Number of days held
Days
recog.
Number of days held recognized by the promotion
+ Current reign is changing daily
No. Champion Championship change Reign statistics Notes Ref.
Date Event Location Reign Days Days recog.
1 British Ambition
(Adrian Neville and Oliver Grey)
January 31, 2013 NXT Winter Park, FL 1 91 83 The championship was made on January 23, 2013. The British Ambition defeated The Wyatt Family (Luke Harper and Erick Rowan) in the NXT Tag Team Championship tournament final]] to become the first champions.
Bo Dallas replaced Grey when he was injured, but was not oficially seen as champion.
WWE recognizes their reign as beginning on February 13, 2013, and ending on May 8, 2013, both episodes of which aired on tape delay.
[3]
2 The Wyatt Family
(Luke Harper and Erick Rowan)
May 2, 2013 NXT Winter Park, FL 1 49 69 Bo Dallas filled in for an injured Oliver Grey.
WWE recognizes their reign as beginning on May 8, 2013, and ending on July 17, 2013, both episodes of which aired on tape delay.
[4]
3 Adrian Neville and Corey Graves June 20, 2013 NXT Winter Park, FL 1
(2, 1)
84 76 WWE recognizes their reign as beginning on July 17, 2013, and ending on October 2, 2013, both episodes of which aired on tape delay. [5]
4 The Ascension
(Conor O'Brian/Konnor and Rick Victor/Viktor)
September 12, 2013 NXT Winter Park, FL 1 364 343 During their reign, their ring names were shortened to Konnor and Viktor, respectively.[6][7]
WWE recognizes their reign as beginning on October 2, 2013, when the episode aired on tape delay.
[8]
5 The Lucha Dragons
(Kalisto and Sin Cara)
September 11, 2014 TakeOver: Fatal 4-Way Winter Park, FL 1 126 139 WWE recognizes their reign as ending on January 28, 2015, when the following episode aired on tape delay. [9]
6 Wesley Blake and Buddy Murphy January 15, 2015 NXT Winter Park, FL 1 219 205 During their reign, their ring names were shortened to Blake and Murphy.
WWE recognizes their reign as beginning on January 28, 2015, when the episode aired on tape delay.
[10]
7 The Vaudevillains
(Aiden English and Simon Gotch)
August 22, 2015 TakeOver: Brooklyn Brooklyn, NY 1 61 81 WWE recognizes their reign as ending on November 11, 2015, when the following episode aired on tape delay. [11]
8 The Revival
(Dash Wilder and Scott Dawson)
October 22, 2015 NXT Winter Park, FL 1 162 142 During their reign, Dash and Dawson were renamed to The Revival.
WWE recognizes their reign as beginning on November 11, 2015, when the episode aired on tape delay.
[12]
9 American Alpha
(Chad Gable and Jason Jordan)
April 1, 2016 TakeOver: Dallas Dallas, TX 1 68 67 [13]
10 The Revival
(Dash Wilder and Scott Dawson)
June 8, 2016 TakeOver: The End Winter Park, FL 2 164 164 [14]
11 #DIY
(Johnny Gargano and Tommaso Ciampa)
November 19, 2016 TakeOver: Toronto Toronto, ON, Canada 1 70 69 This was a two out of three falls match. [15]
12 The Authors of Pain
(Akam and Rezar)
January 28, 2017 TakeOver: San Antonio San Antonio, TX 1 203 202 [16]
13 Sanity
(Eric Young and Alexander Wolfe)
August 19, 2017 TakeOver: Brooklyn III Brooklyn, NY 1 102 123 The match started with Killian Dain as Wolfe's partner; however, Young was tagged in instead, replacing Dain. Dain also defended the title, but was not noted as champion.
WWE recognizes their reign as ending on December 20, 2017, when the following episode aired on tape delay.
[17]
14 The Undisputed Era
(Adam Cole, Bobby Fish, Kyle O'Reilly, and Roderick Strong)
November 29, 2017 NXT Winter Park, FL 1 180 180 Eric Young and Killian Dain represented Sanity.
Fish and O'Reilly won the match and were originally champions as a duo. However, after Fish injured his left knee, he was replaced by Adam Cole, who at TakeOver: New Orleans on April 7, 2018 was listed as co-champion with Fish and O'Reilly under the Freebird Rule. WWE says with this he baecame "the first-ever double champion in NXT history" after he won the NXT North American Championship that same night. On the April 11 tapings of NXT, Strong replaced Fish and Cole, with him and O'Reilly holding and defending the titles as a duo. WWE lists this as a single reign for all four men beginning on December 20, 2017, when the episode aired on tape delay.[18]
[19][20]
15 Moustache Mountain
(Tyler Bate and Trent Seven)
June 19, 2018 United Kingdom Championship Tournament London, England 1 2 22 Roderick Strong and Kyle O'Reilly represented The Undisputed Era.
Aired on tape delay on June 26, 2018.
WWE recognizes their reign as ending on July 11, 2018, when the following episode aired on tape delay.
[21]
16 The Undisputed Era
(Kyle O'Reilly and Roderick Strong)
June 21, 2018 NXT Winter Park, FL 2
(2, 2)
219 198 Won by submission when Tyler Bate "threw in the towel". WWE recognizes their reign as beginning on July 11, 2018, when the episode aired on tape delay. [22]
17 War Raiders
(Hanson and Rowe)
January 26, 2019 TakeOver: Phoenix Phoenix, AZ 1 95 109 During their reign, their team was renamed to The Viking Experience (and individual ring names to Ivar and Erik) when they joined Raw during the 2019 WWE Superstar Shake-up. The following week, their team name was again changed to The Viking Raiders. The title did not move to Raw, but the team remained champions until they gave up the title on the May 1, 2019 taping of NXT (aired on tape delay on May 15, the date WWE recognizes as the end date of their reign). [23]
Vacated May 1, 2019 NXT Winter Park, FL The Viking Raiders (Ivar and Erik) gave up the title as they were no longer part of NXT. Aired on tape delay on May 15, 2019. [24]
18 The Street Profits
(Montez Ford and Angelo Dawkins)
June 1, 2019 TakeOver: XXV Bridgeport, CT 1 75 88 This was a fatal four-way tag team ladder match for the vacant championship also including Oney Lorcan and Danny Burch, The Undisputed Era (Bobby Fish and Kyle O'Reilly), and The Forgotten Sons (Wesley Blake and Steve Cutler). [25]
19 The Undisputed Era
(Bobby Fish and Kyle O'Reilly)
August 15, 2019 NXT Winter Park, FL 3
(2, 3)
185 172 WWE recognizes their reign as beginning on August 28, 2019, when the episode aired on tape delay. [26]
20 The BroserWeights
(Matt Riddle and Pete Dunne)
February 16, 2020 TakeOver: Portland Portland, OR 1 87 86 [27]
21 Imperium
(Fabian Aichner and Marcel Barthel)
May 13, 2020 NXT Winter Park, FL 1 105 105 Defeated Riddle and Timothy Thatcher, who substituted for Dunne, as Dunne (who lives in the United Kingdom) was not able to travel to the U.S. because of COVID-19 pandemic travel restrictions. [28]
22 Breezango
(Tyler Breeze and Fandango)
August 26, 2020 NXT Winter Park, FL 1 56 56 [29]
23 Oney Lorcan and Danny Burch October 21, 2020 NXT Orlando, FL 1 153 152 [30]
Vacated March 23, 2021 NXT General Manager William Regal vacated the championship after Danny Burch suffered a shoulder injury the week before. [31][32]
24 MSK
(Wes Lee and Nash Carter)
April 7, 2021 TakeOver: Stand & Deliver
Night 1
Orlando, FL 1 202 202 This was a triple threat tag team match also involving Grizzled Young Veterans (Zack Gibson and James Drake) and Legado Del Fantasma (Raul Mendoza and Joaquin Wilde) for the vacant titles. [33]
25 Imperium
(Fabian Aichner and Marcel Barthel)
October 26, 2021 NXT 2.0:
Halloween Havoc
Orlando, FL 2 158 158 This was a Lumber Jack-O'-Lantern match. [34]
26 MSK
(Wes Lee and Nash Carter)
April 2, 2022 Stand & Deliver Dallas, TX 2 6 5 This was a Professional wrestling match types#Multi-person matchestriple threat tag team match also involving The Creed Brothers (Brutus Creed and Julius Creed). [35]
Vacated April 8, 2022 Title was vacated after Nash Carter's release. [36]
27 Pretty Deadly
(Elton Prince and Kit Wilson)
April 12, 2022 NXT 2.0 Orlando, FL 1 53 52 This was a Gauntlet match also including Legado Del Fantasma (Joaquin Wilde and Cruz Del Toro), Josh Briggs and Brooks Jensen, and Grayson Waller and Sanga, and The Creed Brothers (Brutus Creed and Julius Creed), who they last eliminated to win the vacant titles. [37]
28 The Creed Brothers
(Brutus Creed and Julius Creed)
June 4, 2022 In Your House Orlando, FL 1 92 92 If The Creed Brothers had lost, they would have to leave The Diamond Mine. [38]
29 Pretty Deadly
(Elton Prince and Kit Wilson)
September 4, 2022 Worlds Collide Orlando, FL 2 97 97 This was a fatal four-way tag team elimination match also involving NXT UK Tag Team Champions Brooks Jensen and Josh Briggs, and Gallus (Mark Coffey and Wolfgang) to unify the NXT UK Tag Team Championship into the NXT Tag Team Championship. Pretty Deadly last eliminated The Creed Brothers to win both championships. The NXT UK Tag Team Championship was retired with Pretty Deadly listed as the Unified NXT Tag Team Champions. [39]
30 The New Day
(Kofi Kingston and Xavier Woods)
December 10, 2022 Deadline Orlando, FL 1 56 56 [40]
31 Gallus
(Mark Coffey and Wolfgang)
February 4, 2023 Vengeance Day Charlotte, NC 1 176 176 This was a fatal four-way tag team match also involving Pretty Deadly (Elton Prince and Kit Wilson) and Chase University (Andre Chase and Duke Hudson). [41]
32 Tony D'Angelo and Channing "Stacks" Lorenzo July 30, 2023 The Great American Bash Cedar Park, TX 1 86 86 [42]
33 Chase U
(Andre Chase and Duke Hudson)
October 24, 2023 NXT:
Halloween Havoc

Week 1
Orlando, FL 1 21 21 [43]
34 Tony D'Angelo and Channing "Stacks" Lorenzo November 14, 2023 NXT Orlando, FL 2 162+ 162+ [44]
35 Bron Breakker and Baron Corbin February 13, 2024 NXT Orlando, FL 1 71+ 71+ [2]

Combined reigns change

 
The Ascension (Konnor and Viktor) have the longest single reign of 364 days (343 days as recognized by WWE because of tape delay)

As of April 24, 2024.

Is the current champion

By team change

Rank Team No. of
reigns
Combined
days
Combined days
rec. by WWE
1 The Undisputed Era1
(1st reign: Adam Cole, Bobby Fish, Kyle O'Reilly and Roderick Strong)
(2nd reign: O'Reilly and Strong)
(3rd reign: Fish and O'Reilly)
3 606 550
2 The Ascension
(Conor O'Brian and Rick Victor)
1 364 343
3 The Revival
(Dash Wilder and Scott Dawson)
2 326 306
4 Imperium
(Fabian Aichner and Marcel Barthel)
2 263
5 Blake and Murphy
(Wesley Blake and Buddy Murphy)
1 219 205
6 MSK
(Nash Carter and Wes Lee)
2 208 207
7 The Authors of Pain
(Akam and Rezar)
1 203 202
8 The Family
(Tony D'Angelo and Channing "Stacks" Lorenzo)
2 178
9 Gallus
(Mark Coffey and Wolfgang)
1 176
10 Oney Lorcan and Danny Burch 1 153 152
11 Pretty Deadly
(Elton Prince and Kit Wilson)
2 150
12 The Lucha Dragons
(Kalisto and Sin Cara)
1 126 139
13 SAnitY
(Eric Young and Alexander Wolfe)
1 102 123
14 War Raiders/The Viking Experience/The Viking Raiders
(Hanson/Ivar and Rowe/Erik)
1 95 109
15 The Creed Brothers
(Brutus Creed and Julius Creed)
1 92
16 British Ambition
(Adrian Neville and Oliver Grey)
1 91 83
17 The BroserWeights
(Matt Riddle and Pete Dunne)
1 87 86
18 Adrian Neville and Corey Graves 1 84 76
19 Street Profits
(Montez Ford and Angelo Dawkins)
1 75 88
20 #DIY
(Johnny Gargano and Tommaso Ciampa)
1 70 69
21 American Alpha
(Chad Gable and Jason Jordan)
1 68 67
22 The Vaudevillains
(Aiden English and Simon Gotch)
1 61 81
23 Breezango
(Tyler Breeze and Fandango)
1 56
The New Day
(Kofi Kingston and Xavier Woods)
25 The Wyatt Family
(Luke Harper and Erick Rowan)
1 49 69
26 Chase U
(Andre Chase and Duke Hudson)
1 21
27 Moustache Mountain
(Tyler Bate and Trent Seven)
1 2 22
28 Bron Breakker and Baron Corbin 1 71+

1Bobby Fish and Kyle O'Reilly of The Undisputed Era won the titles on November 29, 2017. Adam Cole became co-champion under the Freebird Rule on April 7, 2018. However, four days later on NXT, Roderick Strong took his place; WWE recognizes this as a single 180-day long uninterrupted reign for all four men. The Freebird Rule was not applied to the group's subsequent reigns.

By wrestler change

 
Individually, Kyle O'Reilly of The Undisputed Era holds the record for most reigns at 3 and is the longest combined reigning champion at 606 days (550 days as recognized by WWE due to tape delay).
Rank Wrestler No. of
reigns
Combined
days
Combined days
rec. by WWE
1 Kyle O'Reilly1 3 606 550
2 Bobby Fish1 2 387 352
3 Conor O'Brian 1 364 343
Rick Victor
5 Dash Wilder 2 326 306
Scott Dawson
7 Roderick Strong1 2 288 378
8 Fabian Aichner 2 263
Marcel Barthel
10 Buddy Murphy 1 219 205
Wesley Blake
12 Nash Carter 2 208 207
Wes Lee
14 Akam 1 203 202
Rezar
16 Tony D'Angelo 2 178
Channing "Stacks" Lorenzo
18 Mark Coffey 1 176
Wolfgang
20 Adrian Neville 2 175 159
21 Oney Lorcan 1 153 152
Danny Burch
23 Elton Prince 2 150
Kit Wilson
25 Kalisto 1 126 139
Sin Cara
27 Eric Young 1 102 123
Alexander Wolfe
29 Hanson/Ivar 1 95 109
Erik/Rowe
31 Brutus Creed 1 92
Julius Creed
33 Oliver Grey 1 91 83
34 Matt Riddle 1 87 86
Pete Dunne
36 Corey Graves 1 84 76
37 Montez Ford 1 75 88
Angelo Dawkins
39 Johnny Gargano 1 70 69
Tommaso Ciampa
41 Chad Gable 1 68 67
Jason Jordan
43 Aiden English 1 61 81
Simon Gotch
45 Tyler Breeze 1 56
Fandango
Kofi Kingston
Xavier Woods
49 Luke Harper 1 49 69
Erick Rowan
51 Andre Chase 1 21
Duke Hudson
53 Adam Cole1 1 4 180
54 Tyler Bate 1 2 22
Trent Seven
56 Baron Corbin 1 71+
Bron Breakker

1Bobby Fish and Kyle O'Reilly of The Undisputed Era won the titles on November 29, 2017. Adam Cole became co-champion under the Freebird Rule on April 7, 2018 in place of Fish. However, four days later on NXT, Roderick Strong took his place; WWE recognizes this as a single 180-day long uninterrupted reign for all four men.

Notes change

  1. During their first reign, Adam Cole, Kyle O'Reilly, Bobby Fish, and Roderick Strong were all recognized as champion under the Freebird Rule. During their second reign, only O'Reilly and Strong were recognized as champion, while during their third reign, only Fish and O'Reilly were recognized as champion.
  2. WWE officially recognizes it as 343 days, but still the longest.
  3. WWE officially recognizes it as 22 days because of tape delay; the shortest reign recognized by WWE is MSK's second reign at 6 days (5 days according to their title history).

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