Samoan Swat Team

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WCWA World Tag Team Championship - Title History
... Times Date Place Notes NWA American Tag Team Championship The Internationals (Al Costello and Karl Von Brauner) 1 January 1967 Won a tournament to become the first champions ... WCWA World Tag Team Championship Matt Borne and Buzz Sawyer 1 September 1, 1986 Fort Worth, Texas Defeated Chris Adams and Lance Von Erich in a tournament final to become the first WCWA World Tag Team Champions. 1988 ... Kerry (8) and Kevin Von Erich (6) 4 July 1, 1988 Dallas, Texas The Samoan Swat Team (Fatu and Samu) 1 August 12, 1988 Dallas, Texas Steve Cox and Michael Hayes (2) 1 September 16, 1988 Dallas, Texas The ...
Clash Of The Champions - National Wrestling Alliance (World Championship Wrestling) - Clash of The Champions VII: Guts and Glory
... NWA World Tag Team Title Tournament Semi Final #1 The Freebirds (Jimmy Garvin and Michael Hayes) (with Terry Gordy) defeated The Dynamic Dudes (Johnny and Shane) (714) Michael Hayes DDT’ed Shane ... after a flying kneedrop / flying elbow double team move The Ding Dongs were Jim Evans and Richard Sartain who only wrestled a handful of matches under this ... NWA World Tag Team Title Tournament Semi Final #2 The Midnight Express (Bobby Eaton and Stan Lane) (with Jim Cornette) defeated The Samoan Swat Team (Samu and Fatu) (with Paul E ...
Samula Anoaʻi - Professional Wrestling Career - The Samoan Swat Team
... closed up the two cousins signed with the World Wrestling Council in Puerto Rico and became The Samoan Swat Team Samu Fatu ... The team adopted the “Samoan savage" gimmick that had made their fathers so well known and feared throughout the wrestling world, working barefeet and ... The team became the first ever WWC Carrribean Tag-Team Champions on November 7, 1987 when they beat Invader I and Invader III ...

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