NWA Southeastern Heavyweight Championship (Northern Division)

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NWA Southeastern Heavyweight Championship (Northern)
Details
Date established February, 1972
Date retired 1988
Promotion Southeastern Championship Wrestling

The NWA Southeastern Heavyweight Championship (Northern Division) was a major title in the NWA's Alabama territory known as Southeastern Championship Wrestling. It existed from 1972 until 1988 when the promotion became the Continental Wrestling Federation. This title had two divisions of it, the "Northern Division" and the "Southern Division", the Northern Division being the predominant one. The Southern Division was the continuation of the NWA Gulf Coast Heavyweight Championship.[1] Please see that title history for the Southern Division title history.

Title history[edit]

Wrestler: Reigns: Date: Place: Notes:
Northern Division of the title
Ron Wright 1 February 1972 records unclear as to whom he defeated
Jack Donovan 1 July 14, 1972 Knoxville, TN
Whitey Caldwell 1 October 1972 ?
Vacated 1973 or 1974 Title vacant
Jerry Brisco 1 May 17, 1974 Atlanta, GA Defeated Bobby Duncum
Ron Fuller 1 1974 ?
Ron Wright 2 1974 ?
Ron Fuller 2 February 28, 1975 Knoxville, TN
Pepper Gomez 1 September 1975 ?
Ron Wright 3 February 1976 ?
Don Carson 1 February 13, 1976 Knoxville, TN
Ron Fuller 3 April 23, 1976 Knoxville, TN
Robert Fuller 1 June 1976 ?
Toru Tanaka 1 July 1976 ?
The Gladiator 1 September 1976 ?
Mongolian Stomper 1 1976 ?
Robert Fuller 2 January 1977 ?
Mongolian Stomper 2 March 1977 ?
Robert Fuller 3 April 28, 1977 Knoxville, TN
Ron Garvin 1 July 10, 1977 Knoxville, TN
Mongolian Stomper 3 September 1977 ?
Ron Fuller 4 September 2, 1977 Knoxville, TN
Mongolian Stomper 4 October 1977 ?
Robert Fuller 4 April 1978 ?
Mongolian Stomper 5 May 1978 ?
Ron Garvin 2 June 1978 ?
Vacated June 1978 Title vacant
Mongolian Stomper 6 June 23, 1978 Knoxville, TN Won tournament
Robert Fuller 5 August 11, 1978 Knoxville, TN
Mongolian Stomper 7 August 18, 1978 Knoxville, TN
Robert Fuller 6 1978 ?
Boris Malenko 1 November 1978 ?
Ron Garvin 3 December 8, 1978 Knoxville, TN
Mongolian Stomper 8 December 1978 ?
Ron Garvin 4 January 1979 ?
Alexis Smirnoff 1 May 18, 1979 Knoxville, TN
Ron Garvin 5 June 1, 1979 Knoxville, TN
Dick Slater 1 July 1979 ?
Mongolian Stomper 9 August 3, 1979 Knoxville, TN
Dick Slater 2 August 1979 ?
Toru Tanaka 2 November 1979 ?
Dick Slater 3 November 1979 ?
Bob Roop 1 December 1979 ?
Sterling Golden 1 December 1, 1979 Knoxville,TN
Bob Armstrong 1 January 1980 ?
Killer Karl Kox 1 March 1980 ?
Jos LeDuc 1 March 1980 ?
Killer Karl Kox 2 March 1980 ?
Ole Anderson 1 March 30, 1980
Killer Karl Kox 3 May 1980 ?
Bad News Harris 1 May 1980 ?
Terry Taylor 1 1980 Knoxville, TN
Dennis Condrey 1 1980 Knoxville, TN
Mongolian Stomper 10 October 1980 ?
Ron Fuller 5 1981 ?
Vacated 1981 Title vacant
Ken Lucas 1 March 16, 1981 Birmingham, AL Defeated Ron Bass
Ron Bass 1 March 31, 1981 Birmingham, AL
Ken Lucas 2 1981 ?
Jimmy Golden 1 June 1, 1981 Birmingham, AL
Ray Candy 1 June 29, 1981 Birmingham, AL
The Olympian 1 1981 ?
Mongolian Stomper 11 1981 ?
Jos LeDuc 2 1981 ?
Jacques Rougeau, Jr. 1 1982 ?
Jos LeDuc 3 1982 ?
Terry Gordy 1 1982 ?
Jos LeDuc 4 1982 ?
Bob Armstrong 2 August 30, 1982 Birmingham, AL
David Schultz 1 October 25, 1982 Birmingham, AL
Bob Armstrong 3 1982 ?
Austin Idol 1 December 1982 ?
Bob Armstrong 4 1983 ?
Jimmy Golden 2 March 1983 ?
Bob Armstrong 5 March 1983 ?
Ken Lucas 3 March 1983 ?
Bob Armstrong 6 April 11, 1983 ?
Jimmy Golden 3 1983 ?
The Flame 1 July 1983 ?
Jimmy Golden 4 July 1983 ?
Bob Armstrong 7 1983 ?
Jos LeDuc 5 November 1983 ?
Vacated 1983 Title vacated after match between LeDuc & Robert Fuller
Bob Armstrong 8 December 3, 1983 Dothan, AL Won tournament
Jerry Stubbs 2 December 1983 ?
Stripped January 1984 Title stripped for attacking referees
Wayne Farris 1 February 7, 1984 Mobile, AL Won Tournament
Vacated March 1984 Farris left area
Jimmy Golden 5 March 12, 1984 Birmingham, AL Defeated Mr. Orient in tournament final
Vic Rain 1 June 25, 1984 Birmingham, AL
Austin Idol 2 August 1984 ?
Jimmy Golden 6 November 22, 1984 Birmingham, AL
Mr. Olympia (Jerry Stubbs) 3 1984 ?
Jimmy Golden 7 1984 ?
Pork Chop Cash 1 January 1985 ?
Boomer Lynch 1 March 1985 ?
Jimmy Golden 8 March 30, 1985 Dothan, AL
Austin Idol 3 July 27, 1985 Birmingham, AL
Adrian Street 1 August 6, 1985 Birmingham, AL
Norvell Austin 1 January 6, 1986 Birmingham, AL
Adrian Street 2 February 17, 1986 Birmingham, AL
Wendell Cooley 1 March 31, 1986 Birmingham, AL
Adrian Street 3 June 23, 1986 Birmingham, AL
Wendell Cooley 2 July 1986 ?
Adrian Street 4 January 5, 1987 Birmingham, AL
Dutch Mantel 1 April 13, 1987 Birmingham, AL
Danny Davis 1 November 23, 1987 Montgomery, AL
Lord Humongous 1 December 25, 1987 Knoxville, TN
Title Retired 1988 SCW became the CWF & title was retired

See also[edit]

References[edit]

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