Memphis Wrestling Southern Heavyweight Championship

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Memphis Wrestling Southern Heavyweight Championship
Details
Current champion(s) Brian Christopher[1]
Date won November 4, 2010[1]
Date established July 27, 1974
Promotion Memphis Wrestling
Other name(s)
  • NWA Southern Heavyweight Championship (Mid-America)
  • NWA Southern Heavyweight Championship (Memphis)
  • Mid-Southern Heavyweight Championship
  • AWA Southern Heavyweight Championship
  • USWA Southern Heavyweight Championship
  • USWA Heavyweight Championship
  • MCW Southern Heavyweight Championship

The Memphis Wrestling Southern Heavyweight Championship is a major professional wrestling title in the Memphis Wrestling promotion. The title is part of a long lineage that is best known while the title was named the AWA Southern Heavyweight Championship for Continental Wrestling Association during the 1970s and 1980s.

It was made when the NWA Southern Junior Heavyweight Championship, in use since 1939, was renamed the NWA Southern Heavyweight Championship (Memphis version) in 1974. The title's name changed again in 1978, when it was renamed the AWA Southern Heavyweight Championship due to a partnership with the American Wrestling Association. It was also called the Mid-Southern Heavyweight Championship in Pro Wrestling Illustrated and its sister publications, in order for this title to not be confused with Championship Wrestling from Florida's version of the title.

The title was revived in the United States Wrestling Association from 1989 until 1997 when the USWA closed. It was known as the USWA Southern Heavyweight Championship and later simply the USWA Heavyweight Championship during that time; however, unlike the previous Southern title in Memphis, this one played a secondary role to the USWA Unified World Heavyweight Championship. It was revived in Memphis Championship Wrestling as the MCW Southern Heavyweight Championship in 2000 and 2001. It was later revived and renamed in 2004 for use in Memphis Wrestling, where it is still defended today.

Title history[edit]

Silver areas in the history indicate periods of unknown lineage. An (n) beside a date indicates that a title change occurred no later than the date shown.

NWA Mid-America / Continental Wrestling Association[edit]

(NWA Mid-America 1974–1977, Continental Wrestling Association 1977–1987; AWA from 1978)

Wrestler Reign Date Location Notes
NWA Southern Heavyweight Championship (Mid-America version)
Jerry Lawler 1 July 27, 1974 Chattanooga, Tennessee Defeated Jackie Fargo for the NWA Southern Junior Heavyweight Championship. The title was then renamed the NWA Southern Heavyweight Championship (Mid-America version) in August 1974.
Robert Fuller 1 October 23, 1974 Nashville, Tennessee
Jerry Lawler 2 October 30, 1974 Nashville, Tennessee
The title was vacated in December 1974.
Ron Fuller 1 December 29, 1974 Memphis, Tennessee Won an eight-man tournament.
The Mongolian Stomper 1 June 9, 1975 Memphis, Tennessee
Jerry Lawler 3 July 14, 1975 Memphis, Tennessee
The Mongolian Stomper 2 July 28, 1975 (n)
The title was held up after a match against Bob Armstrong in Memphis, Tennessee on August 9, 1975.
Bob Armstrong 1 September 29, 1975 (n) Defeated The Mongolian Stomper in a rematch. The title change may have been repeated on October 7, 1975 in Louisville, Kentucky. Armstrong also won the NWA Mid-America Heavyweight Championship from Harley Race on October 13, 1975.
Jerry Lawler 4 October 20, 1975 (n) Huntsville, Alabama
Bob Armstrong 2 November 24, 1975 (n)
The title was held up in November 1975.
Jerry Lawler 5 December 15, 1975 Memphis, Tennessee Defeated Ron Fuller in a tournament final.
The title was held up after a match against Ricky Gibson in January 1976.
Jerry Lawler 6 January 19, 1976 Memphis, Tennessee Defeated Ricky Gibson in a rematch.
Tommy Rich 1 February 22, 1976 Memphis, Tennessee
Jerry Lawler 7 April 5, 1976 (n)
Jack Brisco 1 August 9, 1976 Memphis, Tennessee
Jerry Lawler 8 August 19, 1976 Memphis, Tennessee
Tommy Rich 2 September 14, 1976 Memphis, Tennessee
Jerry Lawler 9 October 4, 1976 (n)
Jackie Fargo 1 October 4, 1976 Memphis, Tennessee
Jerry Lawler 10 October 1976
Rocky Johnson 1 November 1, 1976 Memphis, Tennessee
The title moved from NWA Mid-America to the Continental Wrestling Association on March 20, 1977.
NWA Southern Heavyweight Championship (Memphis version) / Mid-Southern Heavyweight Championship
Jerry Lawler 11 April 11, 1977 Memphis, Tennessee
Bob Armstrong 3 April 28, 1977 Knoxville, Tennessee
Jerry Lawler 12 May 1, 1977 Memphis, Tennessee
Paul Orndorff 1 May 29, 1977 Memphis, Tennessee
Jerry Lawler 13 July 18, 1977 Memphis, Tennessee
Bill Dundee 1 July 25, 1977 Memphis, Tennessee
Jerry Lawler 14 August 1, 1977 Memphis, Tennessee
Bill Dundee 2 August 22, 1977 Memphis, Tennessee
Jerry Lawler 15 August 29, 1977 Memphis, Tennessee
Lawler retired temporarily and vacated the title after a match against Bill Dundee on September 13, 1977.
Jimmy Valiant 1 September 25, 1977 Louisville, Kentucky Defeated Mr. Wrestling in the finals of a six-man one-night tournament.
Jerry Lawler 16 October 10, 1977 Memphis, Tennessee
Jimmy Valiant 2 November 28, 1977 Memphis, Tennessee
Jerry Lawler 17 December 5, 1977 Memphis, Tennessee
Title renamed the AWA Southern Heavyweight Championship in July 1978, when the CWA established a working relationship with the American Wrestling Association.
AWA Southern Heavyweight Championship
Jos LeDuc 1 August 7, 1978 Memphis, Tennessee
Jerry Lawler 18 August 14, 1978 Memphis, Tennessee
Jos LeDuc 2 August 28, 1978 Memphis, Tennessee
Jerry Lawler 19 September 4, 1978 Memphis, Tennessee
Don Fargo 1 November 6, 1978 (n)
Tommy Gilbert 1 November 20, 1978 Memphis, Tennessee
Don Fargo 2 November 27, 1978 Memphis, Tennessee
Jerry Lawler 20 December 4, 1978 Memphis, Tennessee
Austin Idol 1 December 25, 1978 Memphis, Tennessee
Ron Fuller 1 January 15, 1979 Memphis, Tennessee
Toru Tanaka 1 February 12, 1979 Memphis, Tennessee Won the title by forfeit. Robert Fuller won the title on March 19, 1979, but the title was returned to Tanaka.
Buzz Sawyer 1 March 31, 1979 Memphis, Tennessee
The title was held up after a match against The Mongolian Stomper on April 2, 1979.
The Mongolian Stomper 3 April 23, 1979 Memphis, Tennessee Defeated Buzz Sawyer in a rematch.
Robert Fuller 1 June 4, 1979 Memphis, Tennessee
Ron Bass 1 June 1979 Bluefield, West Virginia
Randy Taylor 1 June 1979
Ron Bass 2 July 2, 1979 Memphis, Tennessee
Bill Dundee 3 August 27, 1979 Memphis, Tennessee
The title was held up in after a match against Ron Bass on September 11, 1979 in Memphis, Tennessee.
Bill Dundee 4 September 17, 1979 Memphis, Tennessee Defeated Bass in a rematch.
Jerry Lawler 21 September 24, 1979 Memphis, Tennessee
Bill Dundee 5 October 1, 1979 Memphis, Tennessee
Jerry Lawler 22 October 15, 1979 Memphis, Tennessee
Jimmy Valiant 3 January 3, 1980 Jackson, Tennessee
Paul Ellering 1 April 7, 1980 Memphis, Tennessee
Bill Dundee 6 July 7, 1980 Memphis, Tennessee
The title was vacated when Dundee won the CWA World Heavyweight title from Billy Robinson on August 4, 1980 in Memphis, Tennessee.
Bill Irwin 1 August 11, 1980 Memphis, Tennessee Defeated Jimmy Valiant the finals of an eight-man one-night tournament.
The title was held up after a match against Jimmy Valiant on August 18, 1980 in Memphis, Tennessee.
Jimmy Valiant 4 August 25, 1980 Memphis, Tennessee Defeated Bill Irwin in a rematch.
Tommy Rich 3 September 1, 1980 Memphis, Tennessee
Jimmy Valiant 5 September 9, 1980 Memphis, Tennessee
Tommy Rich 4 October 6, 1980 (n)
The title was vacated in November 1980.
Jimmy Valiant 6 January 17, 1981 Memphis, Tennessee Defeated Hector Guerrero in a tournament final.
Jerry Lawler 23 February 15, 1981 Memphis, Tennessee
Jimmy Hart 1 June 22, 1981 Memphis, Tennessee
Chick Donovan 1 June 27, 1981 Memphis, Tennessee Hart laid down and let Donovan win the title.
Donovan was stripped of the title in July 1981 because of the way in which he won it.
Steve Keirn 1 July 20, 1981 Memphis, Tennessee Defeated Bugsy McGraw in a tournament final.
The Dream Machine 1 August 16, 1981 Jackson, Tennessee
Jerry Lawler 24 August 24, 1981 Memphis, Tennessee
The Dream Machine 2 September 7, 1981 Memphis, Tennessee
Jimmy Valiant 7 September 14, 1981 Memphis, Tennessee
The Dream Machine 3 October 1981
Dutch Mantel 1 October 26, 1981 Memphis, Tennessee
Jerry Lawler 25 January 18, 1982 Memphis, Tennessee
Dutch Mantel 2 February 14, 1982 Memphis, Tennessee
Jerry Lawler 26 March 1, 1982 Memphis, Tennessee
Dutch Mantel 3 March 22, 1982 Memphis, Tennessee
Jerry Lawler 27 March 29, 1982 Memphis, Tennessee
Kendo Nagasaki 1 May 1982
Jerry Lawler 28 May 24, 1982 Memphis, Tennessee
Kamala 1 June 7, 1982 Memphis, Tennessee
Jerry Lawler 29 August 9, 1982 Memphis, Tennessee
Nick Bockwinkel 1 October 11, 1982 Memphis, Tennessee
Jerry Lawler 30 November 8, 1982 Memphis, Tennessee
Sabu the Wildman (Coco Samoa) 1 November 15, 1982 Memphis, Tennessee Partnered with Jimmy Hart to defeat Jerry Lawler in a handicap match. Hart got the pin, but Sabu the Wildman was recognized as champion.
Terry Taylor 1 November 29, 1982 Memphis, Tennessee
Jacques Rougeau 1 January 30, 1983 Memphis, Tennessee
Terry Taylor 2 February 14, 1983 Memphis, Tennessee
Bill Dundee 7 March 21, 1983 Memphis, Tennessee
Dutch Mantel 4 May 9, 1983 Memphis, Tennessee
Bill Dundee 8 May 16, 1983 Memphis, Tennessee
Dutch Mantel 5 May 30, 1983 Memphis, Tennessee
Jerry Lawler 31 May 30, 1983 Memphis, Tennessee
Bill Dundee 9 May 30, 1983 Memphis, Tennessee
Jerry Lawler 32 June 6, 1983 Memphis, Tennessee
Man Mountain Link 1 June 20, 1983 Memphis, Tennessee
Jerry Lawler 33 June 20, 1983 Memphis, Tennessee
Man Mountain Link 2 July 1983
Jerry Lawler 34 July 4, 1983 Memphis, Tennessee
Lawler was stripped of the title in September 1983, for failing to defend within 30 days.
Jerry Lawler 35 September 10, 1983 Memphis, Tennessee Defeated Bill Dundee in a tournament final.
Jesse Ventura 1 September 1983
Jerry Lawler 36 October 3, 1983 Memphis, Tennessee
Jesse Ventura 2 October 10, 1983 Memphis, Tennessee
Jerry Lawler 37 November 1983 Chicago, Illinois
Lord Humongous ((Mike Stark)) 1 April 30, 1984 Memphis, Tennessee
Jerry Lawler 38 May 21, 1984 Memphis, Tennessee
Rick Rude 1 June 11, 1984 Memphis, Tennessee
Tommy Rich 5 July 16, 1984 Memphis, Tennessee
King Kong Bundy 1 July 30, 1984 Memphis, Tennessee Eddie Gilbert was the special referee.
Jerry Lawler 39 November 12, 1984 Memphis, Tennessee
The title was held up after a match against Eddie Gilbert on January 28, 1985 in Memphis, Tennessee.
Eddie Gilbert 1 February 1985 Memphis, Tennessee Defeated Jerry Lawler in a rematch.
Jerry Lawler 40 February 12, 1985 Memphis, Tennessee
Randy Savage 1 March 17, 1985 Memphis, Tennessee
Jerry Oske 1 May 7, 1985 Louisville, Kentucky
Randy Savage 2 May 13, 1985 Memphis, Tennessee
Jerry Lawler 41 June 3, 1985 Memphis, Tennessee
Bota the Witch Doctor 1 June 24, 1985 Memphis, Tennessee
Jerry Lawler 42 July 29, 1985 Memphis, Tennessee
Tarras Bulba 1 August 16, 1985 Selmer, Tennessee
Jerry Lawler 43 September 6, 1985 Martin, Tennessee
Bill Dundee 10 October 19, 1985 Memphis, Tennessee
Jerry Lawler 44 December 21, 1985 Memphis, Tennessee
Bill Dundee 11 December 30, 1985 Memphis, Tennessee
Jerry Lawler 45 April 8, 1986 Memphis, Tennessee
Bill Dundee 12 May 2, 1986 Memphis, Tennessee
Buddy Landel 1 June 2, 1986 Memphis, Tennessee
The title was immediately vacated.
Buddy Landel 2 June 16, 1986 Memphis, Tennessee Defeated The Flame in a tournament final.
Title vacated in June 1986 when Landel left the promotion.
Bam Bam Bigelow 1 July 28, 1986 Memphis, Tennessee Won a battle royal.
Jerry Lawler 46 September 8, 1986 Memphis, Tennessee
Title vacated on January 11, 1987 when Lawler was injured.
Austin Idol 2 February 2, 1987 Memphis, Tennessee Defeated Soul Train Jones in a tournament final.
Jerry Lawler 47 April 20, 1987 Memphis, Tennessee
Austin Idol 3 April 27, 1987 Memphis, Tennessee
Jerry Lawler 48 June 8, 1987 Memphis, Tennessee
Brickhouse Brown 1 July 6, 1987 Memphis, Tennessee
Jerry Lawler 49 July 13, 1987 Memphis, Tennessee
Title held up after a match against Don Bass on August 3, 1987 in Memphis, Tennessee.
Don Bass 1 August 3, 1987 Memphis, Tennessee Partnered with Brickhouse Brown, Bass pinned Lawler, who was partnered with Rocky Johnson, in a tag team match where the title was on the line.
Jerry Lawler 50 August 1987
Don Bass 2 August 24, 1987 Memphis, Tennessee
Jerry Lawler 51 August 31, 1987 Memphis, Tennessee
Lawler vacated the title in October 1987 to concentrate on the AWA World Tag Team Championship.
Bobby Jaggers 1 October 19, 1987 Memphis, Tennessee Defeated Billy Travis in a tournament final.
Jerry Lawler 52 November 21, 1987 Memphis, Tennessee
The title was unified with the AWA International Heavyweight Championship and the NWA Mid-America Heavyweight Championship to create the CWA Heavyweight Championship on December 7, 1987 in Memphis, Tennessee.

United States Wrestling Association[edit]

(1990–1997)

Wrestler Reign Date Location Notes
USWA Southern Heavyweight Championship
Dick Slater 1 September 1, 1990 Slater was awarded the title.
Jeff Jarrett 1 October 6, 1990 Nashville, Tennessee
Eddie Gilbert 1 October 29, 1990 Memphis, Tennessee
The title was vacated in December 1990 when Gilbert left the promotion.
Jeff Jarrett 2 January 14, 1991 Memphis, Tennessee Defeated Brian Lee in a tournament final.
The title was vacated after a match against Steve Austin on February 25, 1991 in Memphis, Tennessee.
Jeff Jarrett 3 March 1991 Defeated Steve Austin in a rematch.
Tom Prichard 1 March 15, 1991 Dallas, Texas
The title was vacated on March 29, 1991 after a match against Jeff Jarrett in Dallas, Texas.
Jeff Jarrett 4 April 5, 1991 Dallas, Texas Defeated Tom Prichard in a rematch.
The title was vacated on April 8, 1991 due to finish of the Jarrett-Prichard rematch.
Jeff Jarrett 5 April 12, 1991 Dallas, Texas Defeated Tom Prichard in a second rematch.
Eric Embry 1 May 3, 1991 Dallas, Texas
Bill Dundee 1 May 13, 1991 Memphis, Tennessee
Eric Embry 2 May 20, 1991 Memphis, Tennessee
Tom Prichard 2 November 4, 1991 Memphis, Tennessee
Eric Embry 3 November 9, 1991 Memphis, Tennessee
Tom Prichard 3 December 2, 1991 Memphis, Tennessee
Eric Embry 4 December 9, 1991 Memphis, Tennessee
Tom Prichard 4 February 8, 1992 Memphis, Tennessee
Dr Death 1 March 10, 1992 Louisville, Kentucky
Jimmy Valiant 1 March 16, 1992 Memphis, Tennessee
Brian Christopher 1 March 23, 1992 Memphis, Tennessee
The title was held up on April 20, 1992 after a match against Tom Prichard.
Brian Christopher 2 April 27, 1992 Memphis, Tennessee Defeated Tom Prichard in a rematch.
The title remained held up due to the finish of the rematch on May 4, 1992.
Brian Christopher 3 May 4, 1992 Memphis, Tennessee Defeated Tom Prichard in a second rematch.
The title was vacated on June 22, 1992 after a match against Tom Prichard.
Tom Prichard 5 June 29, 1992 Memphis, Tennessee Defeated Brian Christopher in a rematch.
Brian Christopher 4 July 20, 1992 Memphis, Tennessee
Tom Prichard 6 July 27, 1992 Memphis, Tennessee
Brian Christopher 5 August 3, 1992 Memphis, Tennessee
Reno Riggins 1 August 10, 1992 Memphis, Tennessee
The title was held up on September 14, 1992 after a match against Brian Christopher in Memphis, Tennessee.
Brian Christopher 6 September 21, 1992 Memphis, Tennessee Defeated Reno Riggins in a rematch.
Jeff Jarrett 6 December 21, 1992 Memphis, Tennessee
Brian Christopher 7 January 11, 1993 Memphis, Tennessee
Jeff Jarrett 7 March 1, 1993 Memphis, Tennessee
Brian Christopher 8 May 1, 1993 Memphis, Tennessee
Jeff Jarrett 8 June 28, 1993 Memphis, Tennessee
Vampire Warrior 1 July 18, 1993 Memphis, Tennessee
Jeff Jarrett 9 August 23, 1993 Memphis, Tennessee
The title was renamed the USWA Heavyweight Championship in September 1993.
USWA Heavyweight Championship
Tommy Rich 1 September 13, 1993 Memphis, Tennessee
The title was held up on September 25, 1993 in Memphis, Tennessee after a match against Jeff Jarrett, in which the referee raised Rich's hand in victory when Jarrett had actually won.
Jeff Jarrett 10 October 4, 1993 Memphis, Tennessee Defeated Tommy Rich in a rematch.
Buddy Landel 1 November 22, 1993 Memphis, Tennessee
Brian Christopher 9 December 5, 1993 Memphis, Tennessee
Doug Gilbert 1 February 7, 1994 Memphis, Tennessee
Brian Christopher 10 February 14, 1994 Memphis, Tennessee
Doug Gilbert 2 February 21, 1994 Memphis, Tennessee
Brian Christopher 11 February 28, 1994 Memphis, Tennessee
Eddie Gilbert 2 March 14, 1994 Memphis, Tennessee
Brian Christopher 12 March 19, 1994 Memphis, Tennessee Won the title by countout.
Doug Gilbert 3 May 2, 1994 Memphis, Tennessee
Brian Christopher 13 May 9, 1994 Memphis, Tennessee
The Dream Machine 1 June 6, 1994 Memphis, Tennessee
Brian Christopher 14 July 11, 1994 Memphis, Tennessee
Doug Gilbert 4 August 1, 1994 Memphis, Tennessee
Gilbert was stripped of the title on September 24, 1994 for not defending within 45 days.
Tommy Rich 2 October 3, 1994 Memphis, Tennessee Defeated Buddy Landel in a tournament final.
Brian Christopher 15 December 5, 1994 Memphis, Tennessee
Tommy Rich 3 December 19, 1994 Memphis, Tennessee
Brian Christopher 16 December 31, 1994 Memphis, Tennessee
Brian Lee 1 April 3, 1995 Memphis, Tennessee
The title was held up after a match against Brian Christopher on April 10, 1995 in Memphis, Tennessee.
Brian Lee 2 April 17, 1995 Memphis, Tennessee Defeated Brian Lee in a rematch.
Doug Gilbert 5 May 13, 1995 Memphis, Tennessee
Brian Christopher 17 May 29, 1995 Memphis, Tennessee
Billy Jack Haynes 1 June 26, 1995 Memphis, Tennessee
Brad Armstrong 1 August 4, 1995 Knoxville, Tennessee
Billy Jack Haynes 2 August 7, 1995 Memphis, Tennessee
Brian Christopher 18 September 11, 1995 Memphis, Tennessee
Jesse James Armstrong 1 October 7, 1995 Memphis, Tennessee
Brian Christopher 19 October 23, 1995 Memphis, Tennessee
The title was held up after a match against Tex Slazenger on November 13, 1995 in Memphis, Tennessee.
Tex Slazenger 1 November 22, 1995 Memphis, Tennessee Defeated Brian Christopher in a rematch.
Brian Christopher 20 November 27, 1995 Memphis, Tennessee
Tex Slazenger 2 December 2, 1995 Memphis, Tennessee The title was returned to Slazenger by acting USWA Commissioner Bob Armstrong due to a controversial finish in the November 27 match.
Jerry Lawler 1 January 10, 1996 Memphis, Tennessee
Tommy Rich 4 January 13, 1996 Memphis, Tennessee
Brian Christopher 21 February 14, 1996 Memphis, Tennessee
Mabel 1 March 16, 1996 Memphis, Tennessee
Jerry Lawler 2 May 20, 1996 Memphis, Tennessee
Brian Christopher 22 June 1, 1996 Memphis, Tennessee
Ric Hogan 1 October 28, 1996 Memphis, Tennessee
Brian Christopher 23 November 18, 1996 Memphis, Tennessee
Wolfie D 1 December 14, 1996 Memphis, Tennessee
Brian Christopher 24 January 2, 1997 Memphis, Tennessee
Elijah 1 February 9, 1997 Memphis, Tennessee
Brian Christopher 25 March 29, 1997 Memphis, Tennessee
Billy Travis 1 June 14, 1997 Memphis, Tennessee
Spellbinder 2 July 12, 1997 Memphis, Tennessee
Doomsday 1 July 13, 1997 Memphis, Tennessee
Steven Dunn 1 September 6, 1997 Memphis, Tennessee
The title was retired in November 1997 when the USWA closed.

Memphis Championship Wrestling[edit]

(2000–2001)

Wrestler Reign Date Location Notes
MCW Southern Heavyweight Championship
Jerry Lawler 1 March 25, 2000 Tunica, Mississippi Defeated Bull Pain in a tournament final.
The title was vacated in 2000.
K-Krush 1 April 12, 2000 Robinsonville, Mississippi Won a battle royal, last eliminating Jerry Lawler.
Masked Man #1 (Jerry Lawler) 2 May 24, 2000 Tunica, Mississippi
Lord Steven Regal 1 June 21, 2000 Memphis, Tennessee
Joey Abs 1 August 19, 2000 Memphis, Tennessee
K-Krush 2 August 19, 2000 Memphis, Tennessee
Steve Bradley 1 November 3, 2000 Manila, Arkansas
Joey Abs 2 June 16, 2001 Jackson, Tennessee
Steve Bradley 2 July 7, 2001 Manila, Arkansas
Seven 1 July 7, 2001 Manila, Arkansas
Kryptonite 1 November 17, 2001 Dyersburg, Tennessee
Title retired in December 2001 when MCW closed.

Memphis Wrestling[edit]

(2004–present)

Wrestler Reign Date Location Notes
Memphis Wrestling Southern Heavyweight Championship
Mabel 1 March 6, 2004 Memphis, Tennessee Defeated Bill Dundee in a tournament final to win the title.
Mordecai 1 March 2005 Memphis, Tennessee
Jerry Lawler 1 July 2005 Memphis, Tennessee
Shock 1 March 2007 Memphis, Tennessee
Jerry Lawler 2 April 2008 Memphis, Tennessee Defeated Shock in a tournament final to unify the Memphis Wrestling Southern Television Championship.
Title vacated.
Brian Christopher 1 November 4, 2010 Memphis, Tennessee Defeated Derrick King in a tournament final to win the vacant title.[1]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c Gerweck, Steve (November 5, 2010). "Former WWE star wins Southern title". WrestleView. Retrieved 2010-11-05. 

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