The North, the team consisting of Ethan Page and Josh Alexander, has today become the longest-reigning tag team champions in Impact Wrestling history. The team has added 262 days as champions, winning the straps on July 5, 2019, in the Bash at the Brewery event and defending them to date.
The previous registration was obtained by The Latin American Xchange, a team made up of Ortiz and Santana, now in All Elite Wrestling under the name of Proud ‘N’ Powerful. Both managed to register 261 days with the titles until losing them in January 2019 to Lucha Bros (Fénix and Pentagón Jr.).
It should be noted that this achievement has been achieved with the first ostentation of both fighters. Ethan Page and Josh Alexander They managed to get hold of the titles for the first time and have kept it until they set the record. Santana and Ortiz achieved the previous record in their third reign.
Yes this also include TNA!
Nobody will dethrone #TheNorth
Mostly cuz there are no shows happening 😂🤷♂️
Let the days keep adding up!
365 here we come!
Actually very proud of this achievement
Etching our names in the history books pic.twitter.com/Qy7S1fm1K1
— Ethan Page played by Julian (@OfficialEGO) March 23, 2020