NWA Brass Knuckles Championship (Mid-Atlantic version)

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The Mid-Atlantic version of the NWA Brass Knuckles Championship was a short-lived championship that was defended sporadically and periodically in Jim Crockett, Jr.'s Mid-Atlantic Championship Wrestling.[1] Created in 1978, the title was used in specialty matches in which the combatants would wear brass knuckles. The idea never really gained ground in the Mid-Atlantic territory and the title was permanently retired in 1986. There were other brass knuckles championships used in the NWA, such as in Texas and Florida, where the titles were more prominent and defended on a regular basis.

NWA Brass Knuckles Championship (Mid-Atlantic Version)
Details
Promotion Mid-Atlantic Championship Wrestling
Date established 1978
Current champion(s) Scott Steiner
Date won July 2012
Other name(s)
  • NWA Mid-Atlantic Hardcore Championship
  • MACW Hardcore Championship

Title history[edit]

Wrestler Reigns Date Location Notes
NWA Mid-Atlantic Brass Knuckles Championship
Ciclón Negro 1 July 1978 Unknown N/A
Bobby Duncum, Sr. 1 1980 Unknown Duncum is billed as the champion upon his arrival in the territory.
Black Bart 1 1984 Unknown As with Duncum, Black Bart is billed as the champion upon arrival.
Manny Fernandez 1 November 22, 1984 Greensboro, North Carolina N/A
Black Bart 2 January 16, 1985 Raleigh, North Carolina
Ron Bass 1 January 17, 1986 Richmond, Virginia Defeats Black Bart for the vacated title, though it is abandoned on December 26, 1986.
Title abandoned
MACW Hardcore Championship
Tony Hunter 1 May 5, 2000 Pendleton, South Carolina Defeats Madd Maxx and Jeff Justice to become the first MACW Hardcore champion.
Madd Maxx 1 December 2, 2000 Morgantown, North Carolina Wins title with a Santa Claus gimmick and reveals himself later.
Andreu Bane 1 January 20, 2001 Washington, North Carolina
Lodi 1 January 20, 2001 Washington, North Carolina
Andreu Bane 2 2001
The Russian Assassin 1 December 2001
Colt Steele 1 January 19, 2002 Walterboro, South Carolina
Tommy Gunn 1 2002
Colt Steele 2 April 6, 2002 Mullins, South Carolina
Vacant
The Barbarian 1 October 2, 2004 Pageland, South Carolina Defeats Andrue Bane.
Vacant
Chris Hamrick 1 January 10, 2009 Easley, South Carolina Defeats Andrue Bane.
Donnie Dollar$ 1 May 2, 2009 Shelby, North Carolina
Bobby Eaton 1 May 15, 2009 Lincolnton, North Carolina
Chris Hamrick 2 November 5, 2009 Blythewood, South Carolina
Andreu Bane 3 April 10, 2010 Gastonia, North Carolina Still champion as of December 4, 2010.
Jeff Lewis 1 November 12, 2011 [2]
Scott Steiner 1 May 14, 2016 MACW leaves NWA in 2012.

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