WXW Hardcore Championship

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This is a chronological list of WXW Hardcore Champions. The WXW Hardcore Championship is a professional wrestling title created in 1996 as part of Top Rope Productions and World Xtreme Wrestling when the promotion was renamed in 1998.[1]

Title history[edit]

Wrestlers: Times: Date: Location: Notes:
Billy Owens 1 January 14, 2000 Plymouth, PA Defeated The Mad Russian in a singles match to become the first recognized WXW Hardcore Champion.
Afa, Jr. 1 February 5, 2000 Hazleton, PA
Lucifer Grimm 2 March 25, 2000 Allentown, PA
Moondog Wenzel 1 June 2, 2000 Hazleton, PA Title later vacated.
Nicky Ice 1 February 11, 2001 Allentown, PA Won a battle royal to win the vacant title.
Tommy Suede 1 February 11, 2001 Allentown, PA
Nicky Ice 2 February 11, 2001 Allentown, PA Won a battle royal to win the vacant title.
Supreme Lee Great is awarded the title after a pinning Nicky Ice during a match against Lucifer Grimm match on February 24, 2001. However the title is returned to Nicky Ice by Commissioner Lotto Money on March 9, 2001.
Latin Xplosion 1 April 8, 2001 Allentown, PA
Lucifer Grimm 3 May 27, 2001 Allentown, PA
The Mad Russian 1 June 17, 2001 Allentown, PA
Malachi 1 August 7, 2001 Hazleton, PA Defeated The Mad Russian in a three way match with Billy Dream.
Eric Cobain 1 December 15, 2001 Hazleton, PA
Malachi 2 December 15, 2001 Hazleton, PA
Although Malachi loses the title to Jersey Devil in Hazleton, Pennsylvania on January 4, 2002, the title is returned to Malachi after Jersey Devil leaves the promotion.
Kid Inferno 1 April 21, 2002 Allentown, PA
Malachi 3 April 21, 2002 Allentown, PA
Afa, Jr. 2 June 2, 2002 Bethlehem, PA
Sugaa 1 June 2, 2002 Bethlehem, PA
Afa, Jr. 3 June 2, 2002 Bethlehem, PA
Sugaa 2 June 2, 2002 Bethlehem, PA
Malachi 4 June 2, 2002 Bethlehem, PA
Sugaa 3 July 12, 2002 Allentown, PA Sugaa is later forced to vacated the title due to injury.
Crazy Ivan 1 April 26, 2003 Hazleton, PA Defeated Boogaloo in a tournament final to win the vacant title.
Jayson 1 July 11, 2003 Allentown, PA Defeated Crazy Ivan in a three Way match with Boogalou to win the title.
Jayson is later stripped of the title after failing to defend the title within 30 days and the WXW Hardcore Championship is vacated on August 11, 2003. The title subsequently remains inactive.

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Eric Shaffer, Ben Ziek, John Lazarsky, Mark Clemson and Sam Cesare (2003). "World Xtreme Wrestling World Hardcore Title History". Solie's Title Histories. 

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