Josh Alexander & Ethan Page were already the longest reigning IMPACT Tag Team Champions, but now they've set a new record.
At over 380 days, The North is now the longest reigning champions in IMPACT history. They surpassed Taya Valkyrie, whose reign as Knockouts Champion lasted 377 days.
IMPACT congratulated the duo on their record-setting reign with Page, Alexander, and Valkyrie reacting to the news.
Having passed @TheTayaValkyrie's Knockouts Championship reign of 377 days, The North are now the longest reigning champions in IMPACT history.— IMPACT (@IMPACTWRESTLING) July 20, 2020
Nobody has ever held any championship longer than they've been IMPACT World Tag Team Champions. @OfficialEGO @Walking_Weapon pic.twitter.com/xxO1TCcxzD
Just another one for the record -- https://t.co/KjDgIMP9Jb— Josh Alexander (@Walking_Weapon) July 20, 2020
The North successfully defended their IMPACT Tag Team Championships at Slammiversary, defeating Sami Callihan and Ken Shamrock.
They are set to defend the titles against Motor City Machine Guns (Alex Shelley & Chris Sabin) on Tuesday's episode of IMPACT!