We are pretty care free these days


The WEW (World Entertainment Wrestling) World Tag Team Championship is a tag team professional wrestling championship formerly contested in the Japanese promotion Frontier Martial-Arts Wrestling and World Entertainment Wrestling and currently contested in A-Team. The title is sometimes called the FMW/WEW World Tag Team Championship.

Nakagawa and Gedo defeated Masato Tanaka and Tetsuhiro Kuroda for the FMW Brass Knuckles Tag Team Championship on June 13, 1999. The title was replaced by the new WEW World Tag Team Championship on June 16.

The title was vacated after Koji Nakagawa turned on his partners during a WEW 6-Man Tag Team Championship defense against Kodo Fuyuki, Kyoko Inoue and Chocoball Mukai.

WEW World Tag Team (1999–2002)

WEW (770 kHz) is an AM band radio station licensed to serve St. Louis, Missouri. Owned by Birach Broadcasting Corporation, the station features a brokered ethnic format, except for a midday show which features a mix of easy listening, adult standards and big band music. WEW's daily schedule consists largely of foreign language programming, mostly targeting area Bosnians, and weekend programming featuring German, Italian, Polish, and Spanish. The studios are located on Hampton Avenue in St. Louis, and its transmitter is located in Caseyville, Illinois. (Source: en.wikipedia.org)

Related Articles