THE HISTORY OF THE WWF TAG TEAM TITLES

Disk 1

1.        Prof. Toru Tanaka & Mr. Fuji vs. Dominic Denucci & Dino Bravo.  (March 14, 1978 in Philadelphia, PA)

2.        Dominic Denucci & Dino Bravo vs. The Yukon Lumberjacks.  (June 26, 1978 in New York, NY)

3.        The Yukon Lumberjacks vs. Tony Garea & Larry Zbysko.  (November 21, 1978 in Allentown, PA)

4.        Tony Garea & Larry Zbysko vs. The Valiant Brothers.  (March 6, 1979 in Allentown, PA)

* The WWWF World Tag Team Titles is renamed to the WWF World Tag Team Titles in 1979.

5.        The Valiant Brothers vs. Ivan Putski & Tito Santana.  (October 22, 1979 in New York, NY)  

6.        Ivan Putski & Tito Santana vs. The Wild Samoans.  (April 12, 1980 in Philadelphia, PA)

7.        Wild Samoans v. Bob Backlund & Pedro Mroales (Ausust 9, 1980, New York, NY)

*The WWF World Tag Team Titles are temporarily declared vacant on August 9, 1980 in New York, NY when The Wild Samoans
 lose a title match to Bob Backlund & Pedro Morales. However, the titles could not change hands because Bob Backlund was already
 the current WWF World Champion, and Morales was currently the Intercontinental Champion, and a person cannot hold two titles at the same
time.    The Wild Samoans would win the vacant
 WWF World Tag Team Titles on September 9, 1980 in Allentown, PA when they beat Tony
Garea & Rene Goulet.

8.        The Wild Samoans vs. Tony Garea & Rick Martel.  (November 8, 1980 in Philadelphia, PA) 

9.        Tony Garea & Rick Martel vs. The Moondogs.  (March 17, 1981 in Allentown, PA)

* The WWF World Tag Team Titles are temporarily declared vacant in May 1981 when Moondog 'King' cannot get back into the
 U.S.A.  from Canada. The other Moondog, 'Rex', finds a new Moondog partner, 'Spot'. The WWF World Tag Team Titles are then
 returned to The New Moondogs.

10.     The Moondogs vs. Tony Garea & Rick Martel.  (July 21, 1981 in Allentown, PA)

11.     Tony Garea & Rick Martel vs. Mr. Fuji & Mr. Saito.  (October 13, 1981 in Allentown, PA)

12.     Mr. Fuji & Mr. Saito vs. The Strongbow Brothers.

13.     Mr. Fuji & Mr. Saito vs. The Strongbow Brothers with Ivan Putski as the special referee.  (June 28, 1982 in New York, NY)

14.      13. Mr. Fuji & Mr. Saito vs. The Strongbow Brothers.

 *The WWF World Tag Team Titles are declared vacant after a controversial match between The Strongbow Brothers and Mr. Fuji
 & Mr. Saito on July 13, 1982 in Allentown, PA. The Strongbow Brothers win the rematch on October 26, 1982 in
 Allentown, PA to win the WWF World Tag Team Titles.

15.     The Strongbow Brothers vs. The Wild Samoans.  (March 8, 1983 in Allentown, PA)

 * The Wild Samoan Sika is injured on March 12, 1983 in Baltimore, MD and is temporarily replaced by a third Wild Samoan, Samula. 

16.     The Wild Samoans vs. Rocky Johnson & Tony Atlas.  (November 15, 1983 in Allentown, PA)

17.     Rocky Johnson & Tony Atlas vs. Dick Murdoch & Adrian Adonis.  (April 17, 1984 in Hamburg, PA)

18.     Dick Murdoch & Adrian Adonis vs. Barry Windham & Mike Rotunda.  (January 21, 1985 in Hartford, CT)

19.     Barry Windham & Mike Rotunda vs. The Iron Sheik & Nikolai Volkoff.  (March 31, 1985 in New York, NY)

20.     The Iron Sheik & Nikolai Volkoff vs. Barry Windham & Mike Rotunda.  (June 17, 1985 in Poughkeepsie, NY)

21.     Barry Windham & Mike Rotunda vs. Greg Valentine & Brutus Beefcake.  (August 24, 1985 in Philadelphia, PA)

22.     Greg Valentine & Brutus Beefcake vs. The British Bulldogs.  (April 7, 1986 in Chicago, IL)

23.      The British Bulldogs vs. The Hart Foundation.  (January 26, 1987 in Tampa, FL)

24.     The Hart Foundation vs. The Strike Force.  (October 27, 1987 in Syracuse, NY)

25.     The Strike Force vs. Demolition.  (March 27, 1988 in Atlantic City, NJ)

26.     Demolition vs. The Brainbusters in a Best Of Three Falls Match.  (July 18, 1989 in Worcester, MA)

27.     The Brainbusters vs. Demolition.  (October 2, 1989 in Wheeling, WV)

28.     Demolition vs. The Colossal Connection.  (December 13, 1989 in Huntsville, AL)

29.     The Colossal Connection vs. Demolition.  (April 1, 1990 in Toronto, Ontario, CANADA)

*  Demolition gain a new member in Demolition Crush. Soon thereafter Demolition is allowed to defend the WWF World Tag Team Titles
 with any combination of the three members Ax, Smash or Crush.

 

Disk 2

1.        Demolition vs. The Colossal Connection.  (December 13, 1989 in Huntsville, AL)

2.        The Colossal Connection vs. Demolition.  (April 1, 1990 in Toronto, Ontario, CANADA)

* Demolition gain a new member in Demolition Crush. Soon thereafter Demolition is allowed to defend the WWF World Tag Team Titles
 with any combination of the three members Ax, Smash or Crush.

3.        Demolition vs. The Hart Foundation.  (August 27, 1990 in Philadelphia, PA - The Hart Foundation defeats The Demolition
 combination of Smash & Crush.)

* The Rockers beat The Hart Foundation for the WWF World Tag Team Title on October 30, 1990 in Ft. Wayne, IN but the title
 Change is not recognized because the ring happened to fall apart during the course of the match.

4.         The Hart Foundation vs. The Nasty Boys.  (March 24, 1991 in Los Angeles, CA)

5.        The Nasty Boys vs. The Legion Of Doom.  (August 26, 1991 in New York, NY - The LOD become the first and ONLY team
 To win the WWF, NWA and AWA World Tag Team  Titles!)

6.        The Legion Of Doom vs. Money Inc.  (February 7, 1992 in Denver, CO Money Inc. wins the WWF World Tag Team Titles from 
The Legion Of Doom but the match was never broadcast or recapped on television.)

7.        Money Inc. vs. The Natural Disasters.

8.        Money Inc. vs. The Natural Disasters.  (July 20, 1992 in Worcester, MA)

9.        The Natural Disasters vs. Money Inc.  (October 13, 1992 in Regina, Saskatchewan, CANADA)

          The WWF World Tag Team Titles change hands twice in two days between Money Inc. & The Steiner Brothers during a WWF
 Canadian Tour. The title changes are never mentioned or broadcast on television.

10.     Steiner Brothers v. Money Inc.

11.     Money Inc. vs. The Steiner Brothers in a Steel Cage Match.  (June 19, 1993 in St. Louis, MO)

12.     The Steiner Brothers vs. The Quebecers.  (September 13, 1993 in New York, NY - The Quebecers beat The Steiner Brothers to
 win the WWF World Tag Team Titles in a match under the mythical "Providence of Quebec Rules" which state that the title can
change hands on a DQ. 

13.     The Quebecers vs. Marty Jannetty & The 1-2-3 Kid.  (January 10, 1994 in Richmond, VA)

* The Men On A Mission beat The Quebecers on March 29, 1994 in Sheffield, ENGLAND to win the WWF World Tag Team Titles
 & The Quebecers beat The Men On A Mission on March 31, 1994 in London, ENGLAND to win back the WWF World Tag Team
 Titles. However, neither title match aired on television.

14.      Marty Jannetty & The 1-2-3 Kid vs. The Quebecers.  (January 17, 1994 in New York, NY - House show footage. No sound  Cut off)

 

Disk  3

1.        The Quebecers vs. The Headshrinkers.  (April 26, 1994 in Burlington, VT   very low sound)

*August 28, 1994 in Indianapolis, IN - Shawn Michaels & Diesel beat The Headshrinkers on August 28, 1994 in Indianapolis, IN to win
the WWF World Tag Team titles.  However, the match was never  televised or recapped. 

2.        Shawn Michaels & Diesel vs. Razor Ramon & The 1-2-3 Kid. (This match is missing)

 * The WWF World Tag Team Titles are declared vacant in November 1994 when Shawn Michaels & Diesel breakup as a tag team.

3.         Bob Holly & The 1-2-3 Kid vs. Bam Bam Bigelow & Tatanka for the vacant WWF World Tag Team Titles.  (January 22, 1995 in
Tampa, FL. Bob Holly & The 1-2-3 Kid wins the WWF World Tag Team Titles in an eight team tournament.

4.        Bob Holly & The 1-2-3 Kid vs. The Smoking Gunns.  (January 23, 1995 in Palmetto, FL)

5.        The Smoking Gunns vs. Owen Hart & Yokozuna.  (April 2, 1995 in Hartford, CT)

6.        Yokozuna & The British Bulldog vs. Diesel & Shawn Michaels.  (September 24, 1995 in Saginaw, MI)

* Shawn Michaels & Diesel beat Yokozuna & The British Bulldog, who is a substitute for the late arrival Owen Hart. WWF President
 Gorilla Monsoon declares that the WWF World Tag Team Titles be returned to Owen Hart & Yokozuna, who was never really beaten for the
titles.

7.        Owen Hart & Yokozuna vs. The Smoking Gunns.  (September 25, 1995 in Grand Rapids, MI)

8.        Due to an injury to Billy Gunn, The Smoking Gunns are forced by WWF President Gorilla Monsoon to vacate the WWF World Tag
Team Titles on February 15, 1996.

9.        The Bodydonnas vs. The Godwinns for the vacant WWF World Tag Team Titles.  (March 31, 1996 in Anaheim, CA   The
Bodydonnas wins the WWF World Tag Team Titles in an eight team tournament.  And when the Bodydonnas and the
Godwinns represent the best tag teams that the WWF has to offer, that should tell you how terrible the WWF Tag team scene
was at the time.)

The following matches were recorded with a handheld camera and are in fair quality

10.     The Bodydonnas vs. The Godwinns.  (May 19, 1996 in New York, NY)

11.     The Godwinns vs. The Smoking Gunns.  (May 26, 1996 in Florence, SC)

12.     The Smoking Gunns vs. Owen Hart & The British Bulldog.  (September 22, 1996 in Philadelphia, PA)

13.     Owen Hart & The British Bulldog vs. Shawn Michaels & Steve Austin.  (May 26, 1997 in Evansville, IN)

* Due to an injury to Shawn Michaels, Shawn Michaels & Steve Austin are forced by WWF President Gorilla Monsoon to vacate the
 WWF World Tag Team Titles in June 1997.

14.     Steve Austin & Dude Love vs. Owen Hart & The British Bulldog for the vacant WWF World Tag Team Titles.  (July 14, 1997 in
San Antonio, TX)

          Due to an injury to Steve Austin, Steve Austin & Dude Love are forced by WWF Commissioner Sgt. Slaughter to vacate the WWF
 World Tag Team Titles on September 7, 1997 in Louisville, KY.

 

Disk 4

1.        The Headbangers vs. The Legion Of Doom vs. The Godwinns vs. Owen Hart & The British Bulldog in a Fatal Four Way Match
       for the vacant WWF World Tag Team Titles.  (September 7, 1997 in Louisville, KY - The Headbangers win the Tag Titles!)

2.        The Headbangers vs. The Godwinns.  (October 5, 1997 in St. Louis, MO)

3.        The Godwinns vs. The Legion Of Doom.  (October 7, 1997 in Topeka, KS)

4.         The Legion Of Doom vs. The New Age Outlaws.  (November 24, 1997 in Fayetteville, NC)

5.        The New Age Outlaws vs. Cactus Jack & Terry Funk in a Dumpster Match. (March 29, 1998 in Boston, MA)

6.         Cactus Jack & Terry Funk vs. The New Age Outlaws in a Steel Cage Match.  (March 30, 1998 in Albany, NY)

7.        The New Age Outlaws vs. Kane & Mankind.  (July 13, 1998 in East Rutherford, NJ)

8.        Kane & Mankind vs. Steve Austin & The Undertaker.  (July 26, 1998 in Fresno, CA Video cuts out near the end of the match.)

 

Disk 5

1.        Steve Austin & The Undertaker vs. Kane & Mankind vs. The Rock & D-Lo B rown vs. The New Age Outlaws in a Fatal Four
Way Match.  (August 10, 1998 in Omaha, NB)

2.        Kane & Mankind vs. The New Age Outlaws in a No DQ Match.  (August 30, 1998 in New York, NY The New Age Outlaws beat
Mankind in a No DQ Handicap Match for the WWF World Tag Team Titles when Kane does not show up for the match.

3.        The New Age Outlaws vs. Ken Shamrock & The Big Bossman.  (December 14, 1998 in Tacoma, WA)

4.        Ken Shamrock & The Big Bossman vs. Owen Hart & Jeff Jarrett.  (January 25, 1999 in Phoenix, AZ)

5.        Owen Hart & Jeff Jarrett vs. Kane & X-Pac.  (March 30, 1999 in Uniondale, NY)

6.        Kane & X-Pac vs. The Acolytes.  (May 25, 1999 in Moline, IL)

7.        The Acolytes vs. The Hardy Boyz.  (June 29, 1999 in Fayetteville, NC) 

8.        The Hardy Boyz vs. The Acolytes.  (July 25, 1999 in Buffalo, NY  * The Acolytes beat The Hardy Boyz & Michael Hayes in a
Handicap Match to win the WWF World Tag Team Titles. )

9.        The Acolytes vs. Kane & X-Pac.  (August 9, 1999 in Chicago, IL)

10.     Kane & X-Pac vs. The Undertaker & The Big Show.  (August 22, 1999 in Minneapolis, MN)

11.     The Undertaker & The Big Show vs. The Rock & Mankind.  (August 30, 1999 in Boston, MA)

12.      The Rock & Mankind vs. The Undertaker & The Big Show in a Buried Alive Match.  (September 7, 1999 in Albany, NY) 

13.      The Undertaker & The Big Show vs. The Rock & Mankind.  (September 20, 1999 in Houston, TX  The Rock & Mankind beat
The Undertaker & The Big Show in a The Darkside Rules Match where any member of The Undertaker's Ministry Of Darkness is
allowed to participate.  

14.     The Rock & Mankind vs. The New Age Outlaws.  (September 21, 1999 in Dallas, TX)  

15.     The New Age Outlaws vs. The Rock & Mankind.  (October 12, 1999 in Birmingham, AL)

16.     . The Rock & Mankind vs. Hardcore & Crash Holly.  (October 18, 1999 in Columbus, OH)

17.     Hardcore & Crash Holly vs. Mankind & Al Snow.  (November 2, 1999 in Philadelphia, PA)

18.     Mankind & Al Snow vs. The New Age Outlaws.  (November 8, 1999 in State College, PA)

19.     The New Age Outlaws vs. The Dudley Boyz.  (February 27, 2000 in Hartford, CT)

20.     The Dudley Boyz vs. Edge & Christian vs. The Hardy Boyz in a Triple Threat Ladders Match.  (April 2, 2000 in Anaheim, CA)

21.     Edge & Christian vs. Too Cool.  (May 29, 2000 in Vancouver, British Columbia, CANADA)

22.     Too Cool vs. Edge & Christian vs. The Hardy Boyz vs. T & A in an Elimination Match.  (June 20, 2000 in Boston, MA)

 

Disk 6

23.     Edge & Christian vs. The Hardy Boyz in a Steel Cage Match.  (September 24, 2000 in Philadelphia, PA)

24.     The Hardy Boyz vs. Los Conquistadores.  (October 22, 2000 in Albany, NY- Los Conquistadores are really Edge & Christian
under masks.)

25.     Edge vs. Los Conquistadores in a Handicap Match.  (October 23, 2000 in Hartford, CT - Los Conquistadores are really the Hardy
Boyz under masks. WWF Commissioner Mick Foley allows The Hardy Boyz to remain as WWF World Tag Team Champions.  

26.     The Hardy Boyz vs. The Right To Censor.  (November 6, 2000 in Houston, TX) 

27.     Right To Censor vs. Edge & Christian vs. The Dudley Boyz vs. The Road Dogg & K-Kwik in a Fatal Four Way Tag Team Match.

28.     Edge & Christian vs. The Rock & The Undertaker.  (December 18, 2000 in Greenville, SC)

29.     The Rock & The Undertaker vs. Edge & Christian. (December 19, 2000 in Charlotte, NC)

30.     Edge & Christian vs. The Dudley Boyz.  (January 21, 2001 in New Orleans, LA)

31.      The Dudley Boyz vs. The Hardy Boyz.  (March 5, 2001 in Washington, DC)

32.     The Hardy Boyz vs. Edge & Christian.  (March 19, 2001 in Albany, NY)

33.     Edge & Christian vs. The Dudley Boyz.  (March 19, 2001 in Albany, NY)

34.     The Dudley Boyz vs. Edge & Christian vs. The Hardy Boyz in a Tables, Ladders & Chairs Match.  (April 1, 2001 Houston, TX
FANTASTIC MATCH!  It's a wonder that these guys didn't kill each other!

35.     Edge & Christian vs. The Undertaker & Kane.  (April 17, 2001 in Nashville, TN) 

 

Disk 7

1.        The Undertaker & Kane vs. Steve Austin & Triple H.  (April 29, 2001 in Chicago, IL)

2.        Steve Austin & Triple H vs. Chris Benoit & Chris Jericho.  (May 21, 2001 in San Jose, CA) 

3.        Chris Benoit & Chris Jericho vs. The Dudley Boyz.  (June 19, 2001 in Orlando, FL)

4.        The Dudley Boyz vs. The Acolytes.  (July 09, 2001 in Atlanta, GA)

5.        The Acolytes v. Kanyon & DDP (August 7, 2001 in Los Angeles, CA)

6.        Kanyon & DDP v. Kane & The Undertaker (Summer Slam - August 19, 2001in San Jose California )

7.        Kane & Undertaker v. The Dudley Boyz (September 17, 2001 Nashville, Tenessee  )

8.        Dudley Boys v. The Rock and Chris Jericho October 22, 2001 Kansas City, Missouri 

9.        Rock & Chris Jericho v. Booker T. and Test (October 30, 2001 Cincinnati, Ohio  )

10.     Booker T & Test v. Hardy Boys(November 12, 2001 Boston, Massachuttes  )

11.     Hardy Boys v. Dudley Boys (November 18, 2001 Greensboro, North Carolina - This match unified the WWF and WCW World Tag
Team Titles.)

12.     Dudley Boys & Tazz and Spike Dudley (January 7, 2002 New York City, New York  )

13.     Tazz & Spike Dudley v. Billy Gunn and Chuck Palumbo (February 19, 2002 Rockford, Illinois  )

14.     Billy & Chuck v. Rikishi Phatu and Rico Constantino (May 19, 2002 Nashville, Tennessee   )

15.     Rikishi & Rico v. Billy Gunn and Chuck Palumbo (June 4, 2002 Oklahoma City, Oklahoma   )

16.     Billy & Chuck v. Edge and Hulk Hogan (July 2, 2002 Boston, Massachusetts Edge fulfills a life long dream by teaming up with his
childhood idol Hulk Hogan, winning the WWF Tag Team Titles.)

17.     Hogan & Edge v. Lance Storm and Christian (July 21, 2002 Detroit, Michigan   )

18.     Lance Storm & Christian v. Kane and Hurricane (September 21, 2002 Anaheim, California   )

19.     Kane & Hurricane v. Christian and Chris Jericho (October 14, 2002 Montreal, Quebec, Canada   )

 

Disk 8

1.        Christian & Chris Jericho v. Booker T. and Goldust v. Lance Storm & William Regal v. Dudley Boys  (December 15, 2002 Fort
Lauderdale, Florida )

2.        Booker T & Goldust v. William Regal and Lance Storm (January 6, 2003 Phoenix, Arizona   )

3.        Regal & Storm v. Dudley Boys (January 19, 2003 Boston, Massachusetts   )

4.        Dudley Boys v. William Regal and Lance Storm (January 20, 2003 Providence, Rhode Island   )

5.        Lance Storm and Sean Morley are awarded the Tag Titles when William Regal could not compete due to a concussion.  (March 24, 2003
Sacramento, California)

6.        Sean Morley & Lance Storm v. The Dudley Boys v. Kane and Rob Van Dam (March 31, 2003 Seattle, Washington)

7.        Kane & RVD v. La Resistance (Sylvian Grenier and Renee Dupree) June 15, 2003 Houston, Texas  

8.        La Resistance v. Dudley Boys (September 21, 2003 Hershey, Pennsylvania   )

9.        Dudleys v. La Resistance v. Hurricane & Rosey v. Garrison Cade & Mark Jindrak v. Scott Steiner & Test v. Lance Storm & Val Venis
v. Ric Flair and Batista (December 14, 2003 Orlando, Florida Tag Team Turmoil match.)

10.     Flair & Batista v. Booker T. and Rob Van Dam (February 16, 2004 Bakersfield, California   )

11.     Booker T & RVD v. Ric Flair and Batista (March 22, 2004 Detroit, Michigan   )

12.     Ric Flair & Batista v. Chris Benoit and Edge April 19, 2004 (Calgary, Alberta, Canada   )

13.     Benoit & Edge v. La Resistance (May 31, 2004 Montreal, Quebec, Canada La Resistance win the Tag Team Champions in their
home town and the crowd explodes!  La Resistance are normally heels, but in Montreal, Quebec, Canada, they were treated like
heroes.)

 

Disk 9

14.     La Resistance v. Chris Benoit and Edge v. (October 19, 2004 Milwaukee, Wisconsin )

15.     Benoit & Edge v. La Resistance (Rob Conway and Sylvian Grenier) (2) November 1, 2004 Peoria, Illinois  

16.     La Resistance v. Eugene and William Regal v. Rhyno & Tajiri (November 15, 2004 Indianapolis, Indiana Coachman
subs for the injured Eugene)

17.     Jonathan Coachman & William Regal v. La Resistance (anuary 16, 2005 Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada )

18.     La Resistance v. Yoshihiro Tajiri and William Regal (February 4, 2005 Saitama, Japan   )

19.     Tajiri & Regal v. La Resistance v. Heart Throbs v. Simon Dean & Maven v. Rosey and Hurricane (May 1, 2005 Manchester,
New Hampshire Tag Team Turmoil match.)

20.     Rosey & Hurricane v. Lance Cade and Trevor Murdoch (September 18, 2005 Oklahoma City, Oklahoma   )

21.     Lance Cade & Trevor Murdoch v. The Big Show and Kane (November 1, 2005 San Diego, California   )

22.     Big Show & Kane v. Spirit Squad (Kenny and Mikey) April 3, 2006 Chicago, Illinois  

23.     Spirit Squad v. Ric Flair and Rowdy Roddy Piper November 5, 2006 Cincinnati, Ohio  

24.     Ric Flair & Roddy Power v. Rated RKO [Edge and Randy Orton] (November 13, 2006 Manchester, England Piper had just
been diagnosed with cancer, and needed to return to the States to be treated, thus their losing the Tag Titles back to Rated RKO
so quickly after winning them.)

25.     Rated RKO v. John Cena and Shawn Michaels January 29, 2007 Dallas, Texas  

 
THE HISTORY OF THE WWE SMACKDWN TAG TEAM TITLES

Disk 1

1.        Chris Benoit and Kurt Angle v. Rey Misterio & Edge (October 20, 2002 Little Rock, Arkansas Angle & Benoit win a
tournament to win the Smackdown Tag Team Titles.)

1.        Benoit & Angle v. Edge and Rey Misterio (November 5, 2002 Manchester, New Hampshire - 2 /3 falls)

2.        Edge & Rey Misterio v. Chavo Guerrero and Eddie Guerrero (November 17, 2002 New York City, New York 3 )

3.        Chavo & Eddie Guerrero v. Worlds Greatest Tag Team [Shelton Benjamin & Charlie Haas] (February 4, 2003 Philadelphia, Pennsylvania)

4.        WGTT v. Eddie Guerrero and Yoshihiro Tajiri (May 18, 2003 Charlotte, North Carolina LADDER MATCH )

5.        Eddie Guerrero & Tajiri v. WGTT (July 1, 2003 Rochester, New York   )

6.        WGTT v. Chavo Guerrero and Eddie Guerrero (September 16, 2003 Raleigh, North Carolina   )

7.        Chavo & Eddie Guerrero v. Doug and Danny Basham (October 21, 2003 Albany, New York   )

8.        The Basham Brothers v. Charlie Haas and Rico (April 20, 2004 Kelowna, British Columbia, Canada   )

9.        Charlie Haas & Rico v. The Dudley Boys (June 15, 2004 Chicago, Illinois   )

10.     The Dudley Boys v. Billy Kidman and Paul London (July 6, 2004 Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada   )

11.     Kidman & London v. Renee Dupree and Kenzo Suzuki (September 7, 2004 Tulsa, Oklahoma   )

 

Disk 2

1.        Dupree & Suzuki v. Rob Van Dam and Rey Misterio (December 7, 2004 Greenville, South Carolina   )

2.        RVD & Misterio v. The Bashams (January 11, 2005 Tampa, Florida 5 )

3.        Bashams v. Rey Misterio and Eddie Guerrero (February 20, 2005 Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania   )

4.        Rey Misterio & Eddie Guerrero v. MNM [Joey Mercury and Johnny Nitro] (April 18, 2005 New York City, New York   )

5.        MNM v. John Heidenreich and Road Warrior Animal (July 24, 2005 Buffalo, New York   )

6.        Heidenreich & Animal v. MNM v. William Regal & Paul Burchill v. Super Crazy & Psichosis (October 25, 2005 San Francisco, California)

7.        MNM v. Batista and Rey Misterio December 13, 2005 Springfield, Massachusetts  

8.        Batista & Rey Misterio v. MNM (December 27, 2005 Uncasville, Connecticut   )

9.        MNM v. Paul London and Brian Kenderick (May 21, 2006 Phoenix, Arizona   )

 

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