World Tag Team Championships - The Quebecers

September 13, 1993 - January 10, 1994

On an edition of RAW from the Manhattan Center in New York, The Quebecers challenged the Steiner Brothers for the World Tag Team Championship. There was a catch, though. The match was being contested under Province of Quebec Rules, which meant that the titles could change hands even on a disqualification. As the match progressed, Scott Steiner lost his cool and used Johnny Polo's (the manager of the Quebecers) hockey stick and hit Jacques Rougeau, earning a DQ, and thus losing the World Tag Team Championship. It was the first title reign for Rougeau and his partner Pierre Oulette. They would go on to hold the titles until early the next year when they were blindsided by a new, dynamic pairing.

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