JCW Heavyweight Championship

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JCW Heavyweight Championship
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Details
Current champion(s) The Weedman
Date won April 19, 2014
Date established December 19, 1999
Promotion Juggalo Championship Wrestling

The JCW Heavyweight Championship is a professional wrestling world heavyweight championship in Juggalo Championship Wrestling. It was established in 1999 at JCW's first show, the taping for the DVD JCW Volume 1, with Evil Dead winning a 20-man battle royal. There have been a total of 15 recognized champions who have had a combined 22 official reigns.


Title history[edit]

No. Wrestler Reign Date Days held Location Event Notes
1
Evil Dead
1
December 19, 1999 185 Detroit, Michigan JCW Volume 1 Won a 20-man battle royal.[1]
2
Vampiro
1
June 21, 2000 388 Detroit, Michigan Live event [2]
The title was vacated in 2001 because Vampiro stopped defending it.[2]
3
Sabu
1
July 14, 2001 1 Toledo, Ohio Gathering of the Juggalos 2001 Won a battle royal.[2]
4
Vampiro
2
July 15, 2001 228 Toledo, Ohio Gathering of the Juggalos 2001 [2]
5
Breyer Wellington
1
January 28, 2002 142 Detroit, Michigan Live event [2]
The title was vacated on July 20, 2002 after a title match between Breyer Wellington and Chris Candido ended in a draw.[2]
6
Shaggy 2 Dope
1
July 21, 2002 0 Peoria, Illinois Gathering of the Juggalos 2002 Won a battle royal.[2]
7
Breyer Wellington
2
July 21, 2002 238 Peoria, Illinois Gathering of the Juggalos 2002 [2]
8
Nosawa
1
March 16, 2003 490 Columbus, Ohio Live event [2]
9
Kid Kash
1
July 2004 369 Garrettsville, Ohio Gathering of the Juggalos 2004 [2]
10
Monty Brown
1
July 22, 2005 1 Garrettsville, Ohio JCW vs. TNA
11
Terry Funk
1
July 23, 2005 1 Garrettsville, Ohio JCW vs. TNA
12
Mad Man Pondo
1
July 24, 2005 464 Garrettsville, Ohio JCW vs. TNA
13
Corporal Robinson
1
October 31, 2006 126 Detroit, Michigan Hallowicked After-Party '06 [3]
14
Trent Acid
1
March 6, 2007 8 Long Beach, California West Side Wars Aired on June 20, 2007.[4]
15
Corporal Robinson
2
March 14, 2007 1164 Philadelphia, Pennsylvania East Side Wars Won in a Steel Cage match. Aired on July 28, 2007.[5]
16
Mad Man Pondo
2
May 21, 2010 10 Worcester, Massachusetts Happy Daze tour Aired on May 25, 2010.[6]
17
Corporal Robinson
3
May 31, 2010 324 Denver, Colorado Happy Daze tour Won in a Four Corners of Pain match.[7]
18
Butler Geeves
1
April 20, 2011 71 Southgate, Michigan Up In Smoke Won in a No Disqualification triple threat match also involving Breyer Wellington.[8]
19
2 Tuff Tony
1
June 30, 2011 20 Pontiac, Michigan Send in the Clowns [9]
20
Officer Colt Cabana
1
July 20, 2011 8 Pontiac, Michigan Above The Law [10]
21
Corporal Robinson
4
July 28, 2011 142 Pontiac, Michigan Fuck the Police [11]
The title was vacated on December 17, 2011 when Corporal Robinson announced his retirement.[2]
22
2 Tuff Tony
2
May 26, 2012 523 Farmington, New Mexico Hatchet Attacks Defeated Kongo Kong to win the vacant title.[12]
23
Necro Butcher
1
October 31, 2013 61 Detroit, Michigan Hallowicked After-Party '13 [13]
24
The Rude Boy
1
December 31, 2013 124 Pontiac, Michigan Biggest Ballas Ever! [14]
The title was vacated on May 4, 2014 when it was announced that Rude Boy was injured, and unable to compete.
25
2 Tuff Tony
3
May 4, 2014 350 Toledo, Ohio Road to the Gathering Tour - Day 3 After coming down to the final 2 men in a battle royal, 2 Tuff Tony defeated Krimson to win the vacant title.[15]
26
The Weedman
1
April 19, 2015 104+ [16]

List of combined reigns[edit]

Key
Symbol Meaning
Indicates the current champion
+ Indicates that the number of days held by this individual changes everyday.

As of August 1, 2015.

Rank Wrestler # of reigns Combined days
1
Corporal Robinson 4 2,192
2
2 Tuff Tony 3 893
3
Vampiro 2 616
3
Nosawa 1 490
4
Mad Man Pondo 2 474
5
Breyer Wellington 2 380
6
Kid Kash 1 369
7
Evil Dead 1 185
8
The Rude Boy 1 124
9
The Weedman† 1 104+
10
Butler Geeves 1 71
11
Necro Butcher 1 61
12
Trent Acid 1 8
13
Officer Colt Cabana 1 8
14
Sabu 1 1
15
Monty Brown 1 1
16
Terry Funk 1 1
17
Shaggy 2 Dope 1 <1

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Juggalo Championshxt Wrestling Volume 1 (DVD). Royal Oak, Michigan: Psychopathic Video. May 9, 2000. 
  2. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k "JCW HEAVYWEIGHT TITLE HISTORY". Jump City Productions. 2004. Retrieved August 13, 2008. 
  3. ^ Insane Clown Posse's Operation Shock In Autumn (mp4) (internet newscast). Psychopathic Video. 2010-09-24. Event occurs at 12:15. Retrieved 2010-10-07. 
  4. ^ JCW SLAM TV, Volume 1 (DVD). Royal Oak, Michigan: Psychopathic Video. September 18, 2007. Retrieved June 6, 2008. 
  5. ^ JCW SLAM TV, Volume 2 (DVD). Royal Oak, Michigan: Psychopathic Video. October 30, 2007. Retrieved June 6, 2008. 
  6. ^ JCW – Slam TV – Express – Episode 1 (flv) (webcast). Worcester, Massachusetts: Psychopathic Sports. 2010-05-25. Retrieved 2010-06-30. 
  7. ^ Gill, Kevin (May 31, 2010). "5/31 JCW Results from Denver, CO". Gerweck.net. Retrieved June 5, 2010. [dead link]
  8. ^ "JCW Up in Smoke at The Modern Exchange wrestling results". ProFightDB.com. 2011-04-20. Retrieved 2011-10-11. 
  9. ^ Matt Carter (2011-06-30). "Complete JCW 'Send in the Clowns' Internet PPV". PWInsider.com. Retrieved 2011-07-04. 
  10. ^ Matt Carter (2011-07-20). "Complete Juggalo Championship Wrestling 'Above The Law' iPPV Coverage". PWInsider.com. Retrieved 2011-07-21. 
  11. ^ Matt Carter (2011-07-28). "Radican's JCW "F--- The Police" iPPV Coverage 7/28: U-Gene & Zack Gowen, Rhino, Cabana, Sabu & Raven". PWInsider.com. Retrieved 2011-07-29. 
  12. ^ Sean Radican (2012-05-26). "Radican's JCW "Hatchet Attacks" iPPV Report 5/26 – virtual time coverage from Farmington, N.M.". Pro Wrestling Torch. Retrieved 2012-06-29. 
  13. ^ "JCW". 
  14. ^ "SHOW RESULTS - 12/31 JCW in Pontiac, Mich.: New Juggalo champion, plus Cabana, Striker, Gowen, more". 
  15. ^ "Tour Results"". Pro Wrestling Torch. Retrieved 2014-05-20. 
  16. ^ "Mission Accomplished!". 

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