Championship unification

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Championship unification is the act of combining two or more separate professional wrestling championships into a single title.

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In professional wrestling, championships may be unified to consolidate the number of championships in a given promotion, or to add legitimacy and prestige to a certain title's lineage. In a title-for-title match, one of four things will happen:

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Triple H holding the WCW and WWF Championships as the Undisputed WWF Champion
Randy Orton was the inaugural WWE World Heavyweight Champion

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