WCWA Television Championship

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The WCWA Television Championship was a secondary championship that was used and defended in the World Class Wrestling Association. Originally created in 1979 as the WCCW Television Championship, it was primarily defended on their weekly television show. The name of the title was changed, however, in late February 1986 as WCCW withdrew from the National Wrestling Alliance and changed its name to the WCWA. After the final champion, Tony Atlas, left the company, the title was finally abandoned in April 1987.

Title history[edit]

Wrestler: Reigns: Date: Place: Notes:
The Spoiler 1 1979 Won battle royal.
Bill Irwin 1 1979 or 1980 Texas
Jose Lothario 1 1979 or 1980 Texas
Bill Irwin 2 1980 or 1981 Texas
Brian Adias 1 1981 or 1982 Texas
Bill Irwin 3 1982 Texas
Bugsy McGraw 1 1982 Texas
Bill Irwin 4 October 1982 Texas
Al Madril 1 1982 Texas
Great Kabuki 1 January 3, 1983 Ft. Worth, TX
Tola Yatsu 1 February 7, 1983 Ft. Worth, TX
Iceman Parsons 1 March 28, 1983 Ft. Worth, TX
The Mongol 1 May 30, 1983 Ft. Worth, TX
Chris Adams 1 July 11, 1983 Ft. Worth, TX
Jimmy Garvin 1 October 24, 1983 Ft. Worth, TX
Johnny Mantell 1 October 31, 1983 Ft. Worth, TX
Super Destroyer 1 November 28, 1983 Ft. Worth, TX
Brian Adias 2 December 5, 1983 Ft. Worth, TX
Super Destroyer 2 January 9, 1984 Ft. Worth, TX
Iceman Parsons 2 February 6, 1984 Ft. Worth, TX
Kelly Kiniski 1 February 20, 1984 Ft. Worth, TX
Killer Khan 1 May 7, 1984 Given title by injured Kiniski
Kevin Von Erich 1 May 21, 1984 Ft. Worth, TX Won title by disqualification.
Vacated May 21, 1984 Kevin does not want to win the title by disqualification.
Chris Adams 2 June 11, 1984 Ft. Worth, TX
Jake Roberts 1 August 13, 1984 Ft. Worth, TX
Chris Adams 3 September 3, 1984 Ft. Worth, TX
Billy Jack Haynes 1 January 7, 1985 Ft. Worth, TX Defeated Gino Hernandez who substituted for an absent Adams.
Vacated February 1985 Haynes left area.
Rip Oliver 1 February 4, 1985 Ft. Worth, TX Defeated Buck Zumohofe.
Vacated March 25, 1985 Oliver suspended for attacking Mike Von Erich.
Scott Casey 1 April 1, 1985 Ft. Worth, TX Defeated Dennis Condrey.
Killer Tim Brooks 1 June 10, 1985 Ft. Worth, TX
Iceman Parsons 3 July 15, 1985 Ft. Worth, TX
Vacated August 5, 1985 Parsons no-showed title defense.
John Tatum 1 August 5, 1985 Ft. Worth, TX Defeated Shawn Cody.
Iceman Parsons 4 October 21, 1985 Ft. Worth, TX
Vacated November 1985 Parsons injured by Rick Rude.
Dave Peterson 1 December 2, 1985 Ft. Worth, TX Defeated The Grappler.
Jack Victory 1 December 9, 1985 Ft. Worth, TX
Mark Youngblood 1 December 23, 1985 Ft. Worth, TX
Buddy Roberts 1 January 6, 1986 Ft. Worth, TX
Lance Von Erich 1 March 24, 1986 Ft. Worth, TX
Rick Rude 1 May 5, 1986 Ft. Worth, TX
Bruiser Brody 1 May 17, 1986 Ft. Worth, TX (Won by DQ)
Chris Adams 4 June 1986 Given title by injured Brody.
Buzz Sawyer 1 June 16, 1986 Ft. Worth, TX
Steve Simpson 1 August 11, 1986 Ft. Worth, TX
Crusher Yurkof 1 October 20, 1986 Ft. Worth, TX
Tony Atlas 1 December 1, 1986 Ft. Worth, TX Won by disqualification.
Title Retired April 1987 Atlas left area and title abandoned.

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