NWA Florida Bahamian Championship

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NWA Florida Bahamian Championship
Details
Promotion Ring Warriors
Date established 1982

The NWA Florida Bahamian Championship (currently ) was a minor title that existed in Championship Wrestling from Florida from 1982 until 1987. The title was revived by NWA Ring Warriors in 2012, called Ring Warriors Bahamian Championship. It is also known as the NWA Bahamas Championship.[1] After Ring Warriors separated from NWA, the title was "Ring Warriors Bahamian Championship."

Title history[edit]

Wrestler Reigns Date Place Notes
Sweet Brown Sugar 1 1982 Records are unclear as to how he got the title.
Jimmy Garvin 1 October 27, 1982 Miami, FL Beat Terry Allen for the championship after Sweet Brown Sugar did not show up for the match.
Rufus R. Jones 1 December 7, 1982 Tampa, FL
Angelo Mosca 1 April 1983
Dusty Rhodes 1 July 1983 Nassau, Bahamas
Vacated Fall 1984 Title vacated when Dusty Rhodes left to wrestle for Jim Crockett Promotions full-time.
Buddy Rose 1 October 12, 1985 Nassau, Bahamas Defeated Pez Whatley to win the vacant championship
Tyree Pride 1 October 18, 1985 Nassau, Bahamas
Jerry Grey 1 March 1986
Tyree Pride 2 March 15, 1986 Nassau, Bahamas
Ron Bass 1 May 31, 1986 Nassau, Bahamas
Lex Luger 1 June 13, 1986 Nassau, Bahamas
Tyree Pride 3 July 5, 1986 Nassau, Bahamas Won title in tag team match.
Chris Champion 1 August 3, 1986 Orlando, FL
The Falcon 1 September 28, 1986 Orlando, FL
Bad News Allen 1 December 16, 1986 Orlando, FL
Title retired January 31, 1987 Ft. Lauderdale, FL Title unified with the NWA Florida Southern Heavyweight Championship.
Chance Prophet 1 May 30, 2012 Nassau, Bahamas Defeated Titan after the title was revived by NWA Ring Warriors.
Alex Chamberlain 1 October 6, 2013 Fort Lauderdale, Florida
Deactivated November 26, 2014 [2]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Royal Duncan & Gary Will (2006). Wrestling Title Histories (4th ed.). Archeus Communications. ISBN 0-9698161-5-4. 
  2. ^ http://www.pwinsider.com/article/89823/ring-warriors-announces-plans-for-matsuda-cup.html?p=1