|SCW Tag Team Championship|
|Promotion||Steel City Wrestling|
|Date established||September 24, 1994|
The SCW Tag Team Championship was a professional wrestling championship promoted by Steel City Wrestling (SCW). The title was the main tag team championship of the SCW promotion. It was the first-ever championship established in SCW, having been introduced in 1994, in the finals of a tournament.
The inaugural champions were Lou Marconi and Derek Stone, who defeated Beauty & The Beast (Frank Stalletto and Futureshock) in a tournament final on September 24, 1994 to become the first SCW Tag Team Champions. No team won the title more than once. At 406 days, reign is the longest in the title's history, while the team of Frank Stalletto and Stevie Richards' first reign was the shortest, at less than one day. Overall, there were 11 reigns among 11 teams, with three vacancies, and 1 deactivation.
|No.||The overall championship reign|
|Reign||The reign number for the specific set of wrestlers listed|
|Event||The event promoted by the respective promotion in which the title changed hands|
|N/A||The specific information has not been found|
|—||Used for vacated reigns so as not to count it as an official reign|
|1||Lou Marconi and Derek Stone||1||September 24, 1994||[]||Munhall, Pennsylvania||Live event||Defeated Frank Stalletto and Futureshock in a tournament final to become the first SCW Tag Team Champions.|
|2||Beauty & The Beast
(Frank Stalletto and Futureshock)
|1||December 12, 1994||95||Parkersburg, West Virginia||Live event|||
|3||Black & Blue
(Lou Marconi (2) and Black Cat)
|1||March 17, 1995||218||Plum, Pennsylvania||Live event|
|4||Frank Stalletto (2) and Stevie Richards||1||October 21, 1995||<1||Connellsville, Pennsylvania||Live event|||
|—||Vacated||1||October 21, 1995||N/A||N/A||N/A||Championship vacated when Richards and Raven attacked Stalletto immediately after winning the title.|||
|5||Frank Stalletto (3) and Lou Marconi (3)||1||November 11, 1995||162||St. Mary's, Pennsylvania||Live event||Defeated Stevie Richards and Brian Rollins to win the vacant championship.|||
|6||Stevie Richards (2) and The Blue Meanie||1||April 21, 1996||N/A||Edgewood, Pennsylvania||Deaf Wrestlefest (1996)|||
|—||Vacated||1||May 1997||N/A||N/A||N/A||Championship vacated when Stevie Richards was injured.|
|7||Cactus Jack and The Blue Meanie (2)||1||February 8, 1998||N/A||Irwin, Pennsylvania||Live event||Defeated Frank Stalletto and Lou Marconi to win the vacant championship.|||
|—||Vacated||1||November 1998||N/A||N/A||N/A||Championship vacated after Cactus Jack left SCW|
|8||Super Nova and The Blue Meanie (3)||1||November 22, 1998||28||Irwin, Pennsylvania||Live event||Defeated High Society (Cueball Carmichael and Jimmy Cicero) to win the vacant championship.|||
|9||The Bad Street Boys
(Joey Matthews and Christian York)
|1||December 20, 1998||[]||Irwin, Pennsylvania||Live event||Defeated The Blue Meanie and Julio Sanchez (substituting for an injured Super Nova).|||
|10||Lou Marconi (4) and Dennis Gregory||1||April 1, 1999||N/A||Irwin, Pennsylvania||Live event|||
|—||Vacated||1||N/A||N/A||N/A||N/A||Championship vacated after Lou Marconi left SCW|
|11||The Dope Show
(Lord Zoltan and Shirley Doe)
|1||November 21, 1999||N/A||White Oak, Pennsylvania||Live event||Defeated Powerhouse Hughes and Seth James to win the vacant championship.|
|—||Deactivated||—||2000||—||N/A||N/A||SCW closed during the summer of 2000, and the championship was retired.|
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