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WWE SD Tag Team Championship
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Details
Champion Deactivated
Date won sunday,december,31, 2010
Federation WWE The E-Fed
Brand Smackdown
Date created 2005
Also known as WWE Tag Team Championships
Statistics
First champion MNM
Most reigns AJ Styles & Damaja, Legacy, Deadly Brothers, MCMG, Randy Orton & Paul Burchill (2 reigns) Jon Jones GSP John Cena and the big show and jey oso more happy New Year and new year Eve main event More 2011
Defenses
Longest reign Paparazzi Productions (275 days)
Shortest reign The Naturals (7 days)

Happy New Year 2011

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The WWE SD Tag Team Championships were the top-tier championship titles for Tag Teams in the WWE The E-Fed on Saturday Night Smackdown; the second brand. The first champions were MNM (Mercury, Nitro and Melina) who won a fatal fourway tag match to become the inaugural champions. Gregory Helms and Jimmy Rave were the final champions in their second reign as a team. AJ Styles & Damaja, Legacy (Cody Rhodes & Ted DiBiase Jr.), The Deadly Brothers (Brother Ray Deadly & Brother Devon Deadly), The Motor City Machine Guns (Alex Shelley & Chris Sabin), and Randy Orton & Paul Burchill hold the record for most reigns (as a team) with two. The shortest reign lasted seven days when Andy Douglas & Chase Stevens won the Tag Team Championships on an episode of Velocity and lost them a week later. Paparazzi Productions (Alex Shelley & Johnny Devine) hold the record for longest reign (as a team) with 275 days. Alex Shelley currently holds the record for the longest combined days (as an individual) with 361 days. Alex Shelley and Ted DiBiase Jr. also hold the record for most WWE Tag Team Championships with three reigns each.


Title history[]

Reigns

# The overall championship reign
Date The date in which the championship was obtained
Reign The reign number for the specific set of wrestlers listed
Venue The event where the championship was obtained
Notes Any additional important information on how the championship changed hands
Used for vacated reigns so as not to count it as an official reign
# Team Reign Date Days held Venue Notes
1 Johnny Nitro and Joey Mercury 1 August 7, 2005 64 Great American Bash

Johnny Nitro and Joey Mercury defeated three other teams to become the inaugural WWE Tag Team Champions.

2 Billy Gunn and Road Dogg 1 October 30, 2005 26 No Mercy
3 Deadly Brothers 1 November 18, 2005 30 Smackdown The team of Brother Ray Deadly and Brother Devon Deadly represented the Deadly Brothers.
4 The Naturals 1 December 21, 2005 7 Velocity The team of Andy Douglas and Chase Stevens represented The Naturals.
5 Deadly Brothers 2 December 6, 2005 82 Smackdown
6 AJ Styles and Damaja 1 February 21, 2006 43 Smackdown
7 The Undertaker and Test 1 March 23, 2006 22 Smackdown The team of AJ Styles and Triple H defended the championships that Styles and Damaja held.
Vacated April 11, 2006 Smackdown The championships were vacated when Test transferred to RAW. The Undertaker relinquished his half of the championships.
8 AJ Styles and Danny Basham 2 April 30, 2006 164 Smackdown

Danny Basham was formerly known as Damaja. This was a three way tag match that Styles and Basham won to claim the vacant WWE Tag Team Championships.

9 Eric Young and Rey Mysterio 1 October 25, 2006 41 No Mercy
10 Alex Shelley and Johnny Devine 1 November 8, 2006 275 Smackdown The team of Alex Shelley and Johnny Devine represented Paparazzi Productions.
Vacated August 12, 2007 Smackdown The championships were vacated when Shelley and Devine both transferred to RAW.
11 Ken Kennedy and Montel Vontavious Porter 1 November 8, 2007 167 Smackdown

Kennedy and Porter defeated Randy Orton and Christian to claim the vacant Tag Team Championships.

12 Ryan Mitchell and The Rock 1 April 25, 2008 129 Smackdown

The team of Ken Kennedy and Mickie James defended the championships that Kennedy and Porter held.

13 Alex Shelley (2) and Chris Sabin 1 August 31, 2008 43 Summerslammiversary

The team of Alex Shelley and Chris Sabin represented Motor City Machine Guns.

14 Muhammad Hassan and Montel Vontavious Porter (2) 1 October 1, 2008 63 No Mercy
15 Alex Shelley (3) and Chris Sabin (2) 2 December 31, 2008 43 Smackdown Montel Vontavious Porter defended the championships that he and Hassan held on his own.
16 Randy Orton and William Regal 1 January 31, 2009 128 style="text-align: center February 1 2009 Chris Sabin defended the championships that he and Shelley held on his own.
17 Randy Orton and Paul Burchill 1 May 23, 2009 14 No Mercy Regal relinquished his half of the championships to Burchill. As Orton never lost the championships, he stayed in his first reign.
18 Cody Rhodes and Ted DiBiase Jr. 1 June 8, 2009 36 Smackdown The team of Cody Rhodes and Ted DiBiase Jr. represented Legacy. This was a triple threat match also involving Mr. Anderson and Muhammad Hassan.
19 Randy Orton (2) and Paul Burchill (2) 2 July 8, 2009 71 Smackdown
20 Cody Rhodes (2) and Ted DiBiase Jr. (2) 2 September 20, 2009 112 Smackdown
Vacated January 1, 2010 Smackdown The titles were vacated when Cody Rhodes transferred to RAW.
21 Ted DiBiase Jr. (3) and The Miz 1 January 9, 2010 148 Smackdown DiBiase Jr. and The Miz won a Battle Royal to claim the vacant Tag Team Championships.
Vacated June 6, 2010 Smackdown
22 Kevin Nash and Chris Jericho 1 June 21, 2010 45 Smackdown Nash and Jericho defeated William Regal and Bryan Danielson to claim the vacant Tag Team Championships.
23 Gregory Helms & Rosey 1 July 23 2010 99 Bash at the Beach Chris Jericho defended the championships that he and Nash held on his own.
Deactivated October 31, 2010 Halloween Havoc RAW and Smackdown merged and thus the Tag Team Championships were left inactive. The final team to represent the Tag Team Championships were Gregory Helms and Jimmy Rave.

The longest reigning individual champion, Alex Shelley.

List of combined reigns[]

By team[]

Indicates the current champions
<1 Indicates the reign was less than 1 day

A of Sunday,dec,31, 2010 best of 2010 and happy New Year 2011

Rank Team # of Reigns Combined Days
1. Alex Shelley & Johnny Devine 1 275
2. AJ Styles & Damaja 2 207
3. Ken Kennedy & Montel Vontavious Porter 1 167
4. Cody Rhodes & Ted DiBiase Jr. 2 148
4. The Miz & Ted DiBiase Jr. 1 148
5 Ryan Mitchell & The Rock 1 129
6. Randy Orton & William Regal 1 128
7. Brother Ray Deadly & Brother Devon Deadly 2 112
8. Gregory Helms & Rosey 1 99
9. Alex Shelley & Chris Sabin 2 86
10. Randy Orton & Paul Burchill 2 85
11. Johnny Nitro & Joey Mercury 1 64
12. Ken Kennedy & Muhammad Hassan 1 63
13. Kevin Nash & Chris Jericho 1 45
14. Eric Young & Rey Mysterio 1 41
15. Billy Gunn & Road Dogg 1 26
16. The Undertaker & Test 1 22
17. Chase Stevens & Andy Douglas 1 7

By wrestler[]

Rank Wrestler # of Reigns Combined Days
1. Alex Shelley 3 361
2. Ted DiBiase Jr. 3 296
3. Johnny Devine 1 275
4. Ken Kennedy 2 230
5. Randy Orton 2 213
6. AJ Styles 2 207
6. Damaja 2 207
7. Montel Vontavious Porter 1 167
8. Cody Rhodes 2 148
8. The Miz 1 148
9. Ryan Mitchell 1 129
9. The Rock 1 129
10. William Regal 1 128
11. Brother Ray Deadly 2 112
11. Brother Devon Deadly 2 112
12. Gregory Helms 1 99
12. Rosey 1 99
13. Chris Sabin 2 86
14. Paul Burchill 2 85
15. Johnny Nitro 1 64
15. Joey Mercury 1 64
16. Muhammad Hassan 1 63
17. Kevin Nash 1 45
17. Chris Jericho 1 45
18. Eric Young 1 41
18. Rey Mysterio 1 41
19. Billy Gunn 1 26
19. Road Dogg 1 26
20. The Undertaker 1 22
20. Test 1 22
21. Andy Douglas 1 7
23. Chase Stevens 1 7
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See also[]

  • UFCThe E-Fed 2011
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