|CWF Mid-Atlantic Tag Team Championship|
|Current champion(s)||Arik Royal and Chiva Kid|
|Date won||February 11, 2012|
The CWF Mid-Atlantic Tag Team Championship is a professional wrestling tag team championship in Carolina Wrestling Federation Mid-Atlantic (CWF Mid-Atlantic). It was the original tag team title of the Carolina Wrestling Federation promotion, later used in the Frontier Wrestling Alliance (2001-2004) and AWA Superstars (2005-2007) as a regional title, officially representing the Mid-Atlantic United States, while it was a member of the respective governing bodies. It was introduced as the CWF Tag Team Championship in early 2000.
The inaugural champions were The Dupps (Bo and Stan Dupp), after being awarded the title in 2000 to become the first CWF Tag Team Champions. The SouthSide Playas (J-Money and LA Cash) hold the record for most reigns, with three. At 385 days, Rob "Boogie Woogie Man" McBride and Tank Lawson's first and only reign is the longest in the title's history. While champions, they also defended the AWA World Tag Team Championship. Semper Ferocious' (Bobby Wohlfert and Devin Dalton) only reign was the shortest in the history of the title lasting only 35 days. Overall, there have been 26 reigns shared between 16 teams, with two vacancies.
|#||Order in reign history|
|Reign||The reign number for the specific set of wrestlers listed|
|Event||The event in which the title was won|
|—||Used for vacated reigns so as not to count it as an official reign|
|N/A||The information is not available or is unknown|
|+||Indicates the current reign is changing daily|
|CWF Tag Team Championship||2000 — 2001|
|FWA-Carolinas Tag Team Championship||2001 — 2004|
|AWA/CWF Mid-Atlantic Tag Team Championship||2005 — 2007|
|CWF Mid-Atlantic Tag Team Championship||2007 —|
As of November 17, 2019.
|1||Bo Dupp and Stan Dupp
|1||2000||N/A||N/A||Live event||Bo and Stan Dupp were awarded the titles.|
|—||Vacated||—||2001||—||N/A||N/A||The championship is vacated when The Dupps leave the promotion.|
|2||Kozmo and Super Kozmo
(Los Latinos Locos)
|1||May 19, 2001||182||Burlington, North Carolina||Live event||In 2001, the title was renamed the FWA-Carolinas Mid-Atlantic Tag Team Championship when the Carolina Wrestling Federation became a U.S. affiliate promotion for the Frontier Wrestling Alliance.|
|3||L.A. Cash and J-Money
|1||November 17, 2001||126||Graham, North Carolina||Live event|
|4||Joe Storm and Damien Storm||1||March 23, 2002||49||Graham, North Carolina||Live event|
|5||L.A. Cash and J-Money
|2||May 11, 2002||49||Burlington, North Carolina||Live event|
|6||Scott Powers and Chris Steele
|2||June 29, 2002||N/A||Graham, North Carolina||Live event|
|—||Vacated||—||2002||—||N/A||N/A||The championship is vacated when Main Event are stripped as champions after failing to appear for a scheduled title defense.|
|7||Mikael Yamaha and Gemini Kid||1||December 28, 2002||235||Graham, North Carolina||Live event|
|8||Brad Attitude and Brad Rainz
|1||August 20, 2003||129||Wentworth, North Carolina||Live event|
|9||Mikael Yamaha and Gemini Kid||2||December 27, 2003||35||Burlington, North Carolina||Live event|
|10||Brad Attitude and Brad Rainz
|2||January 31, 2004||56||Seagrove, North Carolina||Live event||This was a tournament final to unify the ACW and CWF Tag Team Championships.|||
|11||Brass Munkey and American Steel Ninja
|1||March 27, 2004||315||Ramseur, North Carolina||Live event|||
|12||Ivan Koloff and Sean Powers
|1||February 5, 2005||73||Seagrove, North Carolina||Live event||In 2005, the title was renamed the AWA Mid-Atlantic Tag Team Championship when the promotion became an affiliate for AWA Superstars.|||
|13||J-Money and Will B. Smooth
|1||April 19, 2005||291||Pfafftown, North Carolina||Live event|||
|14||Garry Stevens and Mitch Connor||1||February 4, 2006||196||Burlington, North Carolina||Live event|||
|15||Rob McBride and Tank Lawson||1||August 19, 2006||385||Burlington, North Carolina||Live event||On December 2, 2006, McBride and Lawson also won the AWA World Tag Team Championship from the Extreme Horsemen (Steve Corino and Ricky Landel) at the AWA Convention Showcase. On July 29, 2007, the title was renamed the CWF Mid-Atlantic Tag Team Championship when the promotion's membership in AWA Superstars is terminated.|||
|16||Jesse Ortega and Gemini Kid
|1||September 8, 2007||189||Burlington, North Carolina||Sumner Civitans Ballfield (2007)|||
|17||Xsiris and Kamakazi Kid||1||March 15, 2008||126||Burlington, North Carolina||CWF Championship Wrestling||This was a Lucha rules match. Xsiris and Kamakazi Kid won the title wrestling as the masked wrestlers Las Chivas and revealed their identities after the match.|||
|—||Vacated||—||July 19, 2008||—||Burlington, North Carolina||Valediction (2008)||The championship is vacated when Xsiris and Kamakazi Kid are stripped as champions when Mikael Yamaha wrestled in place of an injured Kamakazi Kid for a scheduled title defense.|||
|18||Xsiris and Mikael Yamaha||1||August 2, 2008||203||Burlington, North Carolina||Hot August Night (2008)||Xsiris and Mikael Yamaha defeated The VIPs (Jesse Ortega and Gemini Kid) in a tournament final to win the vacant titles.|||
|19||Evan Banks and Michael McAllister
|1||February 21, 2009||105||Burlington, North Carolina||Fallout (2009)||Banks and McAllister defeated Yamaha in a handicap match.|||
|20||Jesse Ortega and Gemini Kid
|2||June 6, 2009||88||Oxford, North Carolina||Wrestling at the Pavilion (2009)||This was a 3-way match also involving Arik Royale & Chase Dakota.|||
|21||Donnie Dollar$ and Corey Edsel
|1||September 5, 2009||182||Burlington, North Carolina||Fatback Rising 2 (2009)|||
|22||Marcellus King and Jaxon Dane
|1||March 6, 2010||105||Burlington, North Carolina||Beginning's End (2010)||This was a 3-way match involving Alex Adonis & Butch McLean.|
|23||Donnie Dollar$ (2) and Nick Richards
|1||June 19, 2010||133||Burlington, North Carolina||Absolute Justice IV (2010)||This was a 4-way match involving Aftermath, Destiny Inc., and Matt Smith & Chase Dakota.|
|24||Ty Dillinger and Ray Kandrack||1||October 30, 2010||70||Burlington, North Carolina||MASKacre! (2010)|
|24||Jason Blade and Adam Page
|1||January 8, 2011||224||Burlington, North Carolina||New Year’s Knockout (2011)|||
|25||Roy Wilkins and Walter Eaton
(Gemini's All Stars)
|1||August 20, 2011||56||Burlington, North Carolina||Johnny Weaver Memorial Tournament (2011)||This was a handicap match.|||
|26||Bobby Wohlfert and Devin Dalton
|1||October 15, 2011||35||Burlington, North Carolina||CWF Rumble (2011)|
|27||Roy Wilkins and Walter Eaton
(Gemini's All Stars)
|1||November 19, 2011||84||Burlington, North Carolina||Ultimate Survivor IX (2011)||This was a Steel Cage match.|||
|27||Arik Royal and Chiva Kid
(A Black Guy & A Little Goat)
|1||February 11, 2012||Greensboro, North Carolina||Casualties of War (2011)|||
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