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The Street Profits have the longest Raw tag team championship reign in years

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Five months ago, I detailed how the average Raw tag team championship reign has been shockingly low since the New Day’s record-breaking reign of 483 days ended in December 2016. No team even had a single reign lasting 100 days since then, and the average reign was closer to 50 days, or less than two months. But we now have a team that finally eclipsed the 100 day mark.

The Street Profits won the Raw tag titles in early March from Seth Rollins and Murphy. Montez Ford and Angelo Dawkins have dealt with a steady dose of bowling, golf, axe-throwing, and motorcycle ninjas since then, but through it all they have retained their titles. It helps that they’ve only defended the titles once over the last 100 days.

That puts their current championship reign at 137 days, which is the longest Raw tag title reign since the start of 2017, over 3.5 years ago.

Here are the five longest Raw tag team championship reigns during this time:

  • 137+ days: Street Profits
  • 98 days: Viking Raiders (Oct. 2019 through Jan. 2020)
  • 79 days: The Deleters of Worlds (Apr. 2018 through July 2018)
  • 78 days: Dean Ambrose & Seth Rollins (Aug. 2017 through Nov. 2017)
  • 77 days: The Bar (June 2017 through Aug. 2017)

How much longer do you see the Street Profits’ reign on top lasting?