Championship unification

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This article is about the term in professional wrestling. For the term in professional boxing, see undisputed champion. For undisputed champions in professional wrestling, see Undisputed Championship.

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


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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