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The TNA Knockouts Tag Team Championship was a professional wrestling women's tag team championship owned by the Total Nonstop Action Wrestling (TNA) promotion. It was contested for mainly by teams consisting of two female wrestlers in TNA, known as the TNA Knockouts, in TNA's women's division; however, the championship was once held by a male.

The creation of the championship was announced on August 20, 2009 during a backstage segment on TNA's primary television program TNA Impact!. Sarita and Taylor Wilde were the inaugural champions. They won a four-week tournament to crown the first champions. The final champions were ODB and Eric Young, who held the titles for a record 478 days.

On the June 20, 2013 episode of Impact Wrestling, Knockouts Division Executive Brooke Hogan stripped ODB and Young of the title because Young is a male talent, despite the fact that he had been a male for the prior 478 days. This ultimately resulted in the titles being deactivated, as it's no longer listed among TNA's active championships.

Championship Lineage

TV Air Dates Used where appropriate

Vacated — March 8, 2010

Vacated — December 6, 2010

Vacated — June 20, 2013 Deactivated — June 27, 2013

See Also

TNA Championships