NWA Central States Television Championship

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The NWA Central States Television Championship was the secondary singles chamoionship for the Heart of America Sports Attractions / Central States Wrestling promotion from 1977 until the promotion ceased to exist in 1988.[1]

Title History[edit]

Wrestler: Reigns: Date: Location: Notes:
Bob Sweetan 1 1977
Black Angus Campbell 1 September 29, 1977 Kansas City, KS
Bob Sweetan 2 December 25, 1977 Kansas City, KS
Terry Taylor 1 January 1981 Defeated Buzz Tyler.
Bobby Jaggers 1 1981
Rufus R. Jones 1 May 7, 1981 Kansas City, KS
Gene Lewis 1 June 25, 1981 Kansas City, KS
Dewey Robertson 1 October 22, 1981 Kansas City, KS
Sir Oliver Humperdink 1 1981
Dewey Robertson 2 1981
Gene Lewis 2 February 18, 1982 Kansas City, KS
Mark Romero 1 April 8, 1982 Kansas City, KS
Hercules Hernandez 1 May 27, 1982 Kansas City, KS
Mark Romero 2 December 13, 1982 Kansas City, KS
Roger Kirby 1 January 13, 1983 Kansas City, KS
Jerry Brown 1 May 5, 1983 Kansas City, KS
Roger Kirby 2 July 1983
Bobby Fulton 1 December 1, 1983 Kansas City, KS
Vacant January 1984 Bobby Fulton leaves the area.
Buck Robley 1 January 18, 1984 Des Moines, IA
Vacant March 1984 Buck Robley leaves the area.
Art Crews 1 May 21, 1984 Topeka, KS Defeats Luke Graham in a tournament final; vacant in 84.
Art Crews 2 August 21, 1984 Topeka, KS
Gypsy Joe 1 September 2, 1984 Kansas City, KS
Buzz Tyler 1 September 12, 1984 Lincoln, MO
Marty Jannetty 1 October 13, 1984 Des Moines, IA
Gary Royal 1 March 7, 1985 Kansas City, KS
Art Crews 3 November 18, 1985 Wichita, KS
Vacant January 1986 Art Crews leaves the promotion.
Akio Sato 1 March 13, 1986 Kansas City, KS Wins 14-man battle royal, eliminating Tommy Wright.
Mike George 1 May 23, 1986 St. Joseph, MO
Vacant 1986
Vinnie Valentino 1 June 16, 1986 Kansas City, KS
Rip Rogers 1 November 28, 1987 Des Moines, IA
Mike George 2 December, 1987 Awarded when Rogers quits.
Masa Chono 1 January 1, 1988 Des Moines, IA
Abandoned in 88 when the promotion closed.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Royal Duncan & Gary Will (2006). Wrestling Title Histories (4th ed.). Archeus Communications. ISBN 0-9698161-5-4. 

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