NWA Pacific Northwest Junior Heavyweight Championship

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NWA Pacific Northwest Junior Heavyweight Championship
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Date established October 20, 1998
Promotion National Wrestling Alliance
Elite Canadian Championship Wrestling

The NWA Pacific Northwest Junior Heavyweight Championship was the junior heavyweight championship of Elite Canadian Championship Wrestling, a member of the National Wrestling Alliance based in Vancouver, British Columbia. The championship was considered a secondary championship to the NWA Canadian Junior Heavyweight Championship, with both belts being defended in the promotion. The championship was established in 1998, with Tony Kozina as the first champion. The belt was deactivated in 2007.

Title history[edit]

Wrestler: Times: Date: Location: Notes:
Tony Kozina 1 October 20, 1998 Lilooet, British Columbia
Torch 1 October 21, 1998 100 Mile House, British Columbia
Tony Kozina 2 October 23, 1998 Fraser Lake, British Columbia
Torch 2 October 24, 1998 Burns Lake, British Columbia
Tony Kozina 3 November 20, 1998 Campbell River, British Columbia
Ladies Choice 1 January 29, 1999 New Westminster, British Columbia
Tony Kozina 4 February 26, 1999 New Westminster, British Columbia
Disco Fury 1 May 13, 1999 Maple Ridge, British Columbia Defeated Tony Kozina and Torch in a Triple Threat match.
Tony Kozina 5 May 15, 1999 Powell River, British Columbia Kozina vacates the title on July 22, 1999 to concentrate on the NWA Canadian Junior Heavyweight Championship.
Ladies Choice 2 August 20, 1999 New Westminster, British Columbia Defeated Strife and Chance Beckett in a 3-way Dance to win the vacant title.
Torch 3 May 26, 2000 New Westminster, British Columbia
Scotty Mac 1 April 28, 2001 Vancouver, Washington Defeated Disco Fury and Tony Kozina in a 3-way match.
Tony Kozina 6 July 21, 2001 Vancouver, Washington Vacant in 2002.
Havoc 1 April 5, 2002 Chehalis, Washington Defeats Seth Knight in a tournament final.
Scotty Mac 2 April 4, 2003 Kelowna, British Columbia Vacant in 2003.
Matt Classic 1 August 22, 2003 Surrey, British Columbia Defeats Memphis Raines in a tournament final. The title is vacated when Classic relocates to Montreal.
Memphis Raines 1 April 1, 2005 Port Coquitlam, British Columbia Defeated Aaron Idol and Chance Beckett in a triple threat match.
Aaron Idol 1 May 27, 2005 Surrey, British Columbia Defeated Memphis Raines and Chance Beckett in a triple threat match.
Mikey Dasheezits 1 February 17, 2006 Vancouver, British Columbia
Gurv Sihra 1 May 26, 2006 Comox, British Columbia
Harv Sihra 1 January 26, 2007 Surrey, British Columbia The Sihras reunite after the match and throw down the belt; the title is deactivated immediately after.

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