CWF Heavyweight Championship

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The NWA Continental Heavyweight Championship was a major title in the National Wrestling Alliance's Alabama territory called Southeastern Championship Wrestling. It existed from 1984 until 1988 when CCW became the Continental Wrestling Federation. The title continued on as the CWF Heavyweight Championship from 1988 until 1989 when the CWF closed.[1]

Title history[edit]

Wrestler: Reigns: Date: Place: Notes:
NWA Southeast Continental Heavyweight Title
Ron Fuller 1 May 21, 1984 Birmingham, AL Defeated Michael Hayes.
Bob Armstrong 1 August 1984
Mr. Wrestling II 1 August 1984
Bob Armstrong 2 November 1984
Boomer H. Lynch 1 May 1985
Bob Armstrong 3 May 1985 Title returned because Lynch was not the scheduled opponent.
The Flame 1 1985
Bob Armstrong 4 1985
The Flame 2 July 9, 1985 Mobile, AL
Lord Humongous 1 July 1985
The Flame 3 July 1985
Tommy Rich 1 August 2, 1985 Birmingham, AL
The Flame 4 September 23, 1985 Birmingham, AL
Roberto Soto 1 December 2, 1985 Birmingham, AL
Robert Fuller 1 December 23, 1985 Birmingham, AL
Brad Armstrong 1 March 14, 1986 Mobile, AL
Robert Fuller 2 1986 Title returned when Armstrong is injured
Jerry Stubbs 1 May 12, 1985 Mobile, AL
Brad Armstrong 2 June 23, 1986 Birmingham, AL
Jerry Stubbs 2 July 14, 1986 Birmingham, AL
Brad Armstrong 3 September 8, 1986 Birmingham, AL
Kevin Sullivan 1 September 22, 1986 Birmingham, AL
The Bullet (AKA Bob Armstrong) 5 December 8, 1986 Birmingham, AL
Kevin Sullivan 2 December 15, 1986 Birmingham, AL
Ron Fuller 2 February 4, 1987 Houston, TX
Buddy Landell 1 February 28, 1987 Chattanooga, TN
Wendell Cooley 1 April 27, 1987 Birmingham, AL
Vacated October 1987 Cooley retired.
Dutch Mantel 1 October 30, 1987 Knoxville, TN Defeated Wendell Cooley.
Title Retired 1988 SCW closed.
CWF Heavyweight Title
Tom Prichard 1 October 3, 1988 Birmingham, AL Defeated Tony Anthony in tournament final.
Wendell Cooley 1 April 7, 1989 Knoxville, TN
Tom Prichard 2 June 23, 1989 Knoxville, TN
Dennis Condrey 1 July 22, 1989 Dothan, AL
Tom Prichard 3 December 6, 1989
Title Retired December 1989 CWF closed.

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References[edit]

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