WWC Television Championship

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WWC Television Championship
Details
Current champion(s) Declared vacated and inactive on 2008
Date won May 10, 2008
Date established September 19, 1986
Promotion World Wrestling Council

The WWC Television Championship is a professional wrestling championship that is currently defended in the World Wrestling Council. The title was initially created in 1986 and used until 2003. However, the title was reinstated on February 3, 2007.[1]

Title History[edit]

Wrestler: Reigns: Date: Place: Notes:
Ron Starr 1 September 19, 1986 Ponce, Puerto Rico Defeated Invader I in a Tournament Final
Invader I 1 November 5, 1986 Arecibo, Puerto Rico
Jason The Terrible 1 January 17, 1987 Caguas, Puerto Rico
Invader I 2 September 18, 1987 San Juan, Puerto Rico
Grizzly Boone 1 October 24, 1987 Bayamon, Puerto Rico
Invader I 3 November 25, 1987 San Juan, Puerto Rico Held up after a match against Super Black Ninja on January 8, 1988 in San Juan, PR
Super Black Ninja 1 February 6, 1988 Guaynabo, Puerto Rico
Invader I 4 April 2, 1988 Bayamon, Puerto Rico
Ron Starr 2 June 25, 1988 Carolina, Puerto Rico
Carlos Colon 1 August 20, 1988 Bayamon, Puerto Rico
Jason The Terrible 2 January 28, 1989 Carolina, Puerto Rico
Carlos Colon 2 March 1, 1989 Carolina, Puerto Rico Vacant on May 22, 1989 after Colon was injured by Steve Strong on May 20, 1989
TNT 1 June 17, 1989 San Juan, Puerto Rico Defeats Abudda Dein; vacant on February 9, 1990 when TNT wins the WWC Universal Heavyweight Title
Leo Burke 1 March 24, 1990 Caguas, Puerto Rico Defeats Carlos Colon in a tournament final.
TNT 2 April 25, 1990 San Juan, Puerto Rico Won the vacant title
Action Jackson (Original TNT) 1 January 26, 1991 Caguas, Puerto Rico Wins tournament; loses a name match on March 2, 1991 in Bayamon, PR
TNT 3 March 30, 1991 Bayamon, Puerto Rico
King Kong 1 April 20, 1991 Bayamon, Puerto Rico
TNT 4 June 1, 1991 Bayamon, Puerto Rico
Fidel Sierra 1 October 19, 1991 Bayamon, Puerto Rico
TNT 5 October 26, 1991 Carolina, Puerto Rico
Dick Murdoch 1 November 23, 1991 Arroyo, Puerto Rico
Invader I 5 December 25, 1991 San Juan, Puerto Rico
Dick Murdoch 2 January 6, 1992 San Juan, Puerto Rico Vacant on January 6, 1993 when Murdoch leaves the promotion.
Carlos Colon 3 June 18, 1994 San Juan, Puerto Rico Defeated Mighty Koadiak in a tournament final.
Mighty Kodiak 1 1994
Rex King 1 1995
Sean Morley 1 1995
Ricky Santana 1 1995
Rex King 2 1995
Pulgarcito 1 November 11, 1995
Mighty Kodiak 2 November 26, 1995
Sweet Brown Sugar (Skip Young) 1 January 6, 1996 Caguas, Puerto Rico
Ricky Santana 2 March 23, 1996 Caguas, Puerto Rico
"Jungle" Jim Steele 1 April 20, 1996 Caguas, Puerto Rico
El Bronco I 1 May 18, 1996 Caguas, Puerto Rico
Sean Morley 2 May 30, 1996 Caguas, Puerto Rico Joins the WWF in 1997, but is still recognized as champion; title becomes vacant on March 3, 1999.
Glamour Boy Shane 1 April 2, 1999 Guaynabo, Puerto Rico Defeated "Jungle" Jim Steele for vacant title.
Mustafa Saed 1 August 14, 1999 Caguas, Puerto Rico
Glamour Boy Shane 2 September 19, 1999 Guaynabo, Puerto Rico
Chicky Starr 1 November 13, 1999 Naguabo, Puerto Rico
Glamour Boy Shane 3 January 6, 2000 Caguas, Puerto Rico
Rex King 3 March 19, 2000 Cabo Rojo, Puerto Rico
Chris Grant 1 April 21, 2001 Orocovis, Puerto Rico
Alex Porteau 1 July 7, 2001 Carolina, Puerto Rico
Chris Grant 2 July 21, 2001 Orocovis, Puerto Rico wins the title by forfeit
Bad Boy Bradley 1 September 8, 2001 Bayamón, Puerto Rico
Super Gladiator 1 October 6, 2001 Caguas, Puerto Rico
Ricky Santana 3 March 16, 2002 Aibonito, Puerto Rico
Rico Suave 1 April 6, 2002 Caguas, Puerto Rico
Ray Gonzalez 1 April 27, 2002 San Lorenzo, Puerto Rico
Carlos Colon 4 June 8, 2002 Toa Baja, Puerto Rico
Ray Gonzalez 2 June 15, 2002 Caguas, Puerto Rico Vacates title on July 1, 2002 when he leaves the company.
Wilfredo Alejandro 1 July 6, 2002 Cayey, Puerto Rico wins a battle royal for the vacant title.
Fidel Sierra 2 August 24, 2002 Coamo, Puerto Rico
Chris Candido 1 June 6, 2003 Cayey, Puerto Rico
Vengador Boricua 1 July 19, 2003 Carolina, Puerto Rico title becomes inactive when Vengador Boricua leaves the company.
Superstar Romeo 1 February 3, 2007 Caguas, Puerto Rico Romeo beat Barabas Jr. to win the reactivated title.
Rico Suave 2 March 17, 2007 Bayamon, Puerto Rico
Crazy Rudy 1 April 28, 2007 Bayamon, Puerto Rico
Ash Rubinsky 1 November 24, 2007 Bayamon, Puerto Rico Wins a 7-man battle royal which also includes Crazy Rudy.
Vacated January 5, 2008 Vacated when Ash Rubinsky leaves from WWC.
B.J. 1 January 6, 2008 Choliseo, Puerto Rico Wins the title after winning an 11 man Battle Royal
Hammett 1 March 1, 2008 Toa Baja, Puerto Rico
B.J. 2 March 15, 2008 Lares, Puerto Rico
Chris Joel 1 May 10, 2008 Bayamon, Puerto Rico
Vacant Chris Joel Jumps to IWA.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "W.W.C. Television Title". Wrestling Titles.com. Retrieved 2009-03-22. 
  • Duncan, Royal; Gary Will (2006). "Puerto Rico: WWC TV Title". Wrestling Title Histories. Archeus Communications. pp. 329–330. ISBN 0-9698161-5-4.