Today In Pro Wrestling History (Dec 8): Turning up the Heat on the Titles

Today in Pro Wrestling History: On the 8th of December, 1994, At a WCW Saturday Night taping, Harlem Heat defeated Stars and Stripes (Marcus Bagwell & The Patriot) to win the WCW World Tag Team Championship.

Today In Pro Wrestling History December 8
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Today in Pro Wrestling History (December 8): Harlem Heat Become WCW World Heavyweight Tag Team Champions

When the Harlem Heat (Booker T and Stevie Ray) won the WCW World Heavyweight Tag Team Championships on December 8th, 1994, it would be the first of ten championship reigns for the real-life brothers.

The match did not air until a little more than a month later, on January 14th, 1995. You can watch the match below:

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