|NWA Shockwave Tag Team Championship|
|Date established||October 29, 2002|
CSWF Tag Team Championship
NWA: Cyberspace Tag Team Championship
The NWA Shockwave Tag Team Championship was a professional wrestling tag team championship in NWA Shockwave (NWA-SW) and the National Wrestling Alliance (NWA). It was the original title of the CyberSpace Wrestling Federation promotion and was later recognized by the NWA as a regional title. It was introduced as the CSWF Tag Team Championship on October 19, 2002. It was established as an NWA heavyweight championship in 2005 following the promotion's admission into the NWA. The promotion became NWA: Cyberspace, and later NWA Shockwave, with the title remaining active until its retirement in 2006.
The inaugural champions were The Equalizers (Aaron Morrison and Antonio Thomas), who defeated The Soul Brothers (Elvin and Jack Soul) and The Hardcore Mafia (Bruno and Joey Davino) in a three way match on October 19, 2002 to become the first CSWF Tag Team Champions. There were 10 officially recognized champions, however no team held the belt more than once. Several then current tag teams from Total Non-Stop Action held the title during its 5-year history America's Most Wanted (Chris Harris and James Storm), The United Nations (Prince Nana and Sonjay Dutt) and The S.A.T. (Jose and Joel Maximo). At 350 days, The United Nations were the longest reigning champions in the title's history.
|#||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|
|CSWF Tag Team Championship||2002 — 2005|
|NWA: Cyberspace Tag Team Championship||2005 — 2006|
|NWA Tag Team Championship||2006|
|1||The Equalizers (Aaron Morrison and Antonio Thomas)||1||October 19, 2002||266||Flemington, New Jersey||Halloween Horror (2002)||The Equalizers defeated The Soul Brothers and The Hardcore Mafia in a three way match to become the first CSWF Tag Team Champion.|||
|—||Vacated||—||July 12, 2003||—||Rahway, New Jersey||Summerbash (2003)||The championship is vacated when Aaron Morrison is unable to compete due to injury.|||
|2||The United Nations (Prince Nana and Sonjay Dutt)||1||July 12, 2003||350||Rahway, New Jersey||Summerbash (2003)||Defeated The Dirty Rotten Scoundrelz to win vacant title.|||
|3||America's Most Wanted (Chris Harris and James Storm)||1||June 26, 2004||224||Wayne, New Jersey||Independent's Day (2004)||Won a Tag Team Turmoil Tournament that also included The United Nations, Fire and Smoke, The Solution, The Youngbludz, Geneisis and Creed and The Hymalaya Playaz. On January 8, 2005, the title was renamed the NWA: Cyberspace Tag Team Championship when the promotion joins the National Wrestling Alliance.|||
|4||The Solution (Papadon and Havok)||1||February 5, 2005||85||Wayne||SuperBrawl Saturday III (2005)|||
|5||Julio Dinero and C.M. Punk||1||May 21, 2005||35||Wayne||Live event|||
|6||All Money is Legal (Kayotic Kid and Luda Kash)||1||June 25, 2005||274||Wayne||No Gimmicks Needed (2005)||Defeated Julio Dinero and Mo Sexy who was substituting for CM Punk.|||
|7||The S.A.T. (Jose Maximo and Joel Maximo)||1||March 26, 2006||250||Dover, New Jersey||Disturbing the Peace (2006)||This was a Tables, Ladders, and Chairs match also involving Grim Reefer and Archadia.|||
|—||Deactivated||—||December 1, 2006||—||N/A||N/A||The titles were retired when the promotion returns from a six-month hiatus following the death of founder Billy Firehawk.|||
|Rank[N 1]||Wrestler||# of reigns||Combined days|
|1||The United Nations (Prince Nana and Sonjay Dutt)||1||350|
|2||All Money is Legal (Kayotic Kid and Luda Kash)||1||274|
|3||The Equalizers (Aaron Morrison and Antonio Thomas)||1||266|
|4||America's Most Wanted (Chris Harris and James Storm)||1||224|
|5||The S.A.T. (Jose Maximo and Joel Maximo)||1||220|
|6||The Solution (Papadon and Havok)||1||106|
|7||Julio Dinero and C.M. Punk||1||35|
- Each reign is ranked highest to lowest; reigns with the same number mean that they are tied for that certain rank.
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