CWFH Heritage Heavyweight Championship

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CWFH Heritage Heavyweight Championship
Details
Promotion Championship Wrestling from Hollywood
Date established October 21, 2006
Current champion(s) Tito Escondido
Date won June 25, 2017
Other name(s)
  • Hollywood Heritage Championship
  • NWA Heritage Championship
  • CWFH Heritage Heavyweight Championship

The CWFH Heritage Heavyweight Championship is a title controlled by, and defended in Championship Wrestling from Hollywood.

On May 5, 2013, Scorpio Sky pinned Shaun Ricker in a rematch from the Red Carpet Rumble tournament, from earlier that day, to win the CWFH Heritage Heavyweight Championship.[1][2] On August 24, 2014, Hobo challenged Ricky Mandel to a dumpster match, in which he won by putting Mandel in the Dumpster.

Title history[edit]

# Wrestler Reign Date Days Held Location Notes
1 Adam Pearce 1 October 21, 2006 182 Industry, CA Defeated The Plague in a tournament final to become the first champion.
2 Sean Waltman 1 April 21, 2007 8 El Paso, TX Aired on the January 23, 2008 edition of NWA Wrestling Showcase.
3 Adam Pearce 2 April 29, 2007 378 Loredo, TX
Vacated May 11, 2008 Adam Pearce relinquishes title as he is already holding NWA World Heavyweight Title.
4 T.J. Perkins 1 June 1, 2008 194 Santa Ana, CA Won a battle royal to win the title at NWA/Mach One Wrestling's debut show.
5 Ryan Taylor 1 December 12, 2008 124 Covina, CA
6 Oliver John 1 April 15, 2009 837 Las Vegas, NV Defeated Taylor in a Four-Way Elimination Match at Cauliflower Alley Club that also included Chris Hero and Steve Anthony.
7 Atsushi Sawada 1 July 31, 2010 665 Watsonville, CA
Vacated May 26, 2011 Vacant due to the natural disaster.
8 Shaun Ricker 1 May 5, 2013 0 Anaheim, CA Ricker defeated Scorpio Sky in the finals of the Red Carpet Rumble. Aired May 19th, 2013 on tape delay.
9 Scorpio Sky 1 May 5, 2013 252 Anaheim, CA This was a loser leaves Hollywood match. This match was scheduled to air on June 2nd, 2013 on tape delay, but was never aired due to the controversial finish, The title was officially changed to the CWFH Heritage Heavyweight Championship.
10 Ricky Mandel 1 January 12, 2014 224 Port Hueneme, CA
11 The Hobo 1 August 24, 2014 182 Port Hueneme, CA [3]
12 Johnny Yuma 1 February 22, 2015 182 Port Hueneme, CA
13 Peter Avalon 1 August 23, 2015 672 Port Hueneme, CA
14 Tito Escondido 1 June 25, 2017 296+ Port Hueneme, CA

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