|Title||Won On||Won From||Won Where||Lost On||Lost To||Lost Where||Reign|
|Southeastern Tag Team w/Jerry Stubbs||1/15/84||Vacant - Won in Tournament, Defeated Jimmy Golden and Jacques Rougeau in Final||Montgomery, AL||3/84||Robert Fuller & Jimmy Golden (Bunkhouse Buck)||~ 2 months|
|Southeastern Tag Team w/Jerry Stubbs||3/84||Fuller & Golden **||6/84||R.A.T. Pack (Johnny Rich, Scott Armstrong and Tonga Kid)||~ 3 months|
|Southeastern Tag Team w/Jerry Stubbs||7/16/84||Robert Fuller & Tonga Kid or R.A.T. Pack, depending on the source||Montgomery, AL||8/84||R.A.T. Pack||~ 1 month|
|Southeastern Tag Team w/Pat Rose||9/84 or 10/84 (sources differ)||Johnny Rich & Scott Armstrong||10/84||R.A.T. Pack||~ 1 month|
|Georgia National Tag Team w/Ole Anderson||4/28/85||Manny Fernandez & Thunderbolt Patterson***||Charlotte, NC||2/86||~ 10 months|
|NWA World Television||1/4/86||Wahoo MacDaniel ****||Charlotte, NC||9/9/86||Dusty Rhodes||Columbia, SC||248 Days|
|NWA World Tag Team w/Tully Blanchard||9/29/87||The Rock 'n Roll Express||Misenheimer, NC||3/27/88||Barry Windham & Lex Luger||Greensboro, NC||180 Days|
|NWA World Tag Team w/Tully Blanchard||4/20/88||Barry Windham & Lex Luger||Jacksonville, FL||9/10/88||Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane||Philadelphia, PA||143 Days|
|WWF World Tag Team w/Tully Blanchard||7/18/89||Demolition (Ax & Smash)||Worcester, MA||10/2/89||Demolition (Ax & Smash)||Wheeling, WV||76 Days|
|NWA World Television||1/2/90||The Great Muta||Gainesville, GA||12/4/90||Tom Zenk||Perry, GA||336 Days *****|
|WCW World Television||1/7/91||Tom Zenk||Atlanta, GA||5/19/91||Bobby Eaton||St. Petersburg, FL||132 Days|
|WCW World Tag Team w/Larry Zbyszko||9/5/91||Rick Steiner & Bill Kazmaier ******||Augusta, GA||11/19/91||Ricky Steamboat & Dustin Rhodes||Savannah, GA||75 Days|
|WCW World Tag Team w/Bobby Eaton||1/16/92||Ricky Steamboat & Dustin Rhodes||Jacksonville, FL||5/3/92||The Steiner Brothers||Chicago, IL||108 Days|
|NWA/WCW World Tag Team w/Paul Roma||8/18/93||Steve Austin & Brian Pillman *******||Daytona, FL||9/19/93||The Nasty Boys||Houston, TX||32 Days|
|WCW World Television||1/9/95||Johnny B. Badd||Columbus, GA||6/18/95||The Renegade||Dayton, OH||160 Days|
"Intense pain is a wonderful thing, Gene Okerlund. Your life flashes before your eyes, things that are the most important to you become crystal clear. You start to begin to learn the meaning of life. Last week when they stuffed me in that ambulance and I looked across and I saw Flair, Sting, Woman, Bagwell and myself, I realized that we were people brought together not by philosophy, but by necessity. And I started to think, new world order, new world order, where have I heard that?
And I remembered in the Good Book it says, 'When the new world order is put into place it signals the beginning of the end of time.' Well, WCW is our world, it's where we live and breathe. And if you want to destroy it, Hogan and The Outsiders, you've already made a mistake that jumps off the page. If you're gonna take a baseball bat to a Horseman, finish the job. Because there's one rule of gang fighting. See, we are the original gang and we're the most vicious in all of professional wrestling history. They send one of yours to the hospital, you send two of theirs to the morgue."
A number of people have made contributions to this tribute and they are too numerous to mention. I'd like to acknowledge them all as a group here. Substantial contributions were especially made by Howard Rabon, Bency Abraham, Mike DePompo, Chris Crank, J. Scott Jones, Robert Champion, Chan and Charlie, Paul Lewis, Dalton Mayo of The Ringside Seat, Chris Duffy, Scott Phillips, Gregory Eaton and Randy Lofland.