CWUSA Television Championship

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CWUSA Television Championship
Details
Promotion Championship Wrestling USA
Date established August 22, 1992
Date retired June 1997

The Championship Wrestling USA Television Championship was a professional wrestling championship defended in Championship Wrestling USA (the former Pacific Northwest Wrestling promotion), owned by Sandy Barr. It was CWUSA's longest running title, lasting from 1992 through 1997.[1]

Title history[edit]

Key
Symbol Meaning
No. The overall championship reign
Reign The reign number for the specific wrestler listed.
Event The event in which the championship changed hands
N/A The specific information is not known
Used for vacated reigns in order to not count it as an official reign
[Note #] Indicates that the exact length of the title reign is unknown, with a note providing more details.
(NLT) "No Later Than"
# Wrestler Reign Date Days held

and

Location Event Notes Ref.
1 Sawyer, BartBart Sawyer 1 August 22, 1992 49 Portland, Oregon House show Defeated Ron Harris in tournament final to become the first champion.  
2 Mike Winner 1 October 10, 1992 4 Portland, Oregon House show    
3 John Rambo 1 October 14, 1992 24 Salem, Oregon House show    
4 Dirty White Boy 1 November 7, 1992 [Note 1] N/A House show    
5 John Rambo 2 1992 [Note 2] N/A House show    
6 Sawyer, BartBart Sawyer 2 January 9, 1993 14 Portland, Oregon House show    
7 DeBeers, ColonelColonel DeBeers 1 January 23, 1993 28 Portland, Oregon House show    
8 Sawyer, BartBart Sawyer 3 February 20, 1993 7 Portland, Oregon House show    
9 DeBeers, ColonelColonel DeBeers 2 February 27, 1993 119 Portland, Oregon House show    
10 Silver Shadow 1 June 26, 1993 134 Portland, Oregon House show    
11 DeBeers, ColonelColonel DeBeers 3 July 10, 1993 196 Portland, Oregon House show    
12 Bruiser Brian 1 January 22, 1994 35 Portland, Oregon House show    
13 DeBeers, ColonelColonel DeBeers 4 February 26, 1994 722 Portland, Oregon House show   [2]
14 Buddy Wayne 1 February 18, 1996 [Note 3] Vancouver, Washington House show Won the title after accidentally pinning his tag team partner DeBeers in a match against Bart Sawyer and Sumito.  
15 Sumito 1 July 6, 1996 (NLT) [Note 4] N/A House show    
16 Buddy Wayne 2 July 7, 1996 [Note 5] Vancouver, Washington House show    
17 Sumito 2 August 31, 1996 (NLT) [Note 6] N/A House show    
18 Buddy Wayne 3 November 30, 1996 (NLT) [Note 7] N/A House show    
19 Sawyer, BartBart Sawyer 4 December 15, 1996 7 Vancouver, Washington House show    
20 Buddy Wayne 4 December 22, 1996 79 Vancouver, Washington House show    
21 Borne, MattMatt Borne 1 March 11, 1997 7 Vancouver, Washington House show    
22 DeBeers, ColonelColonel DeBeers 5 March 18, 1997 [Note 8] Vancouver, Washington House show    
23 Buddy Wayne 5 March 31, 1997 (NLT) [Note 9] N/A House show    
- Abandoned - June 1997 N/A N/A N/A Promotion closed.  

See also[edit]

Footnotes[edit]

  1. ^ The exact date the championship was lost is uncertain, which means this title reign lasted between 1 and 54 days.
  2. ^ The exact date that the championship was won is uncertain, which means the title reign lasted between 9 and 62 days.
  3. ^ The exact date Buddy Wayne lost the championship is uncertain, which means that the championship reign lasted between 1 day and 139 days.
  4. ^ The exact date Sumito won the championship is uncertain, which means that the championship reign lasted between 1 day and 139 days.
  5. ^ The exact date Buddy Wayne lost the championship is uncertain, which means that the championship reign lasted between 1 day and 55 days.
  6. ^ The exact date Sumito won and lost the championship is uncertain, which means that the championship reign lasted between 1 day and 145 days.
  7. ^ The exact date Buddy Wayne won the championship is uncertain, which means that the championship reign lasted between 15 and 105 days.
  8. ^ The exact date Col. DeBeers lost the championship is uncertain, which means the championship reign lasted between 1 day and 13 days.
  9. ^ The exact date the championship was won and abandoned is uncertain, which means the championship reign lasted between 62 and 104 days/

References[edit]

  1. ^ Royal Duncan & Gary Will (2006). Wrestling Title Histories (4th ed.). Archeus Communications. ISBN 0-9698161-5-4. 
  2. ^ Hoops, Brian (February 26, 2017). "Daily pro wrestling history (02/26): Verne Gagne wins AWA title on his birthday". Wrestling Observer Figure Four Online. Retrieved February 27, 2017.