NWA Mid-America Heavyweight Championship

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NWA Mid-America Heavyweight Championship
Details
Promotion NWA Mid-America (1957–1981)
Continental Wrestling Association (1982–1987)
NWA Main Event
NWA Mid South
NWA Supreme
Date established May 1957
Current champion(s) Roger Malcolm
Date won April 8th, 2017

The NWA Mid-America Heavyweight Championship is a professional wrestling title defended in the US states of Tennessee and Alabama. The title began in 1957 and lasted first 1980 when it was first abandoned when Jerry Jarrett took over the Mid-American titles from Nick Gulas. Jarrett revived it in 1981, making it a part of the Memphis-based Continental Wrestling Association, and it then lasted until 1987 when it was unified with the newly created CWA (now renamed Championship Wrestling Association) Heavyweight Championship.[1][2]

Shawn Shultz won The NWA Mid-American Championship tournament held in Versailles Indiana on October 17th 2015 to become the new NWA Mid-America Champion. On September 24th in Madison Indiana Josh Lewis (wrestler) defeated Johnny Justice to win the NWA Mid-America Championship becoming the first person in history to hold The NWA Supreme, NWA Supreme United States, and NWA Mid-America Championships all at the same time. On November 5th, King Nicolas Noble began his second reign as champion by defeating Josh Lewis. On February 24, 2017 Eric Draven pinned Johnny Justice in a triple threat at a WCWO in Indianapolis Indiana to become The NWA Mid-America Champion. Though the match did not take place on an NWA event all three wrestlers were NWA wrestlers and this match was sanctioned by The NWA. On March 18th, 2017 Van Martigan defeated Eric Draven, by winning this match Van Martigan became the lightest wrestler in history to hold the championship.

Title history[edit]

Key
No. The overall championship reign
Reign The reign number for the specific wrestler listed.
Event The event promoted by the respective promotion in which the title changed hands
N/A The specific information is not known
Used for vacated reigns in order to not count it as an official reign
  Indicates that there was a period where the lineage is undocumented due to the lack of written documentation in that time period.

NWA Mid-America / Continental Wrestling Alliance[edit]

No. Champions Reign Date Days held Location Event Notes Ref(s)
1 Rogers, BuddyBuddy Rogers 1 May 1957 (NLT) [Note 1] [Note 2] House show   [1][2]
 
2 Mighty Atlas 1 April 1958 (NLT) [Note 3] [Note 2] House show   [1][2]
3 Tor Yamata 1 April 24, 1958 [Note 1] Chattanooga, Tennessee House show   [1][2]
 
4 Len Rossi 1 July 1971 (NLT) [Note 1] [Note 2] House show   [1][2]
 
5 Tony Charles 1 June 1972 (NLT) [Note 1] [Note 2] House show   [1][2]
 
6 Kent, DonDon Kent 1 October 1974 (NLT) [Note 4] [Note 2] House show   [1][2]
7 Fargo, JackieJackie Fargo 1 January 4, 1975 [Note 5] Chattanooga, Tennessee House show   [1][2]
8 Kent, DonDon Kent 2 January 1975 [Note 6] [Note 2] House show   [1][2]
9 Graham, LukeLuke Graham 1 February 5, 1975 [Note 7] Nashville, Tennessee House show   [1][2]
10 Kent, DonDon Kent 3 April 1975 [Note 8] Louisville, Kentucky House show   [1][2]
11 Graham, LukeLuke Graham 2 May 7, 1975 [Note 9] Nashville, Tennessee House show   [1][2][3]
 
12 Race, HarleyHarley Race 1 1975 [Note 10] [Note 2] House show   [1][2]
13 Magnificent Zulu 1 September 1975 (NLT) [Note 11] [Note 2] House show   [1][2]
14 Race, HarleyHarley Race 2 September 9, 1975 [Note 12] Memphis, Tennessee House show   [1][2]
 
15 Fargo, JackieJackie Fargo 2 December 1975 (NLT) [Note 13] [Note 2] House show   [1][2]
 
16 Dick Steinborn 1 March 1976 (NLT) [Note 14] [Note 2] House show   [1][2]
 
17 Dundee, BillBill Dundee 1 June 1976 (NLT) [Note 15] Seymour, Indiana House show   [1][2]
18 Armstrong, BobBob Armstrong 1 August 14, 1976 [Note 16] Chattanooga, Tennessee House show   [1][2]
19 Big Bad John 1 September 1976 [Note 17] [Note 2] House show   [1][2]
20 Armstrong, BobBob Armstrong 2 September 25, 1976 [Note 18] Chattanooga, Tennessee House show   [1][2]
21 Dundee, BillBill Dundee 2 October 1976 [Note 19] [Note 2] House show   [1][2]
22 Rich, TommyTommy Rich 1 November 1976 (NLT) [Note 20] [Note 2] House show   [1][2]
23 Russian Stomper 1 January 1977 [Note 21] Madison, Indiana House show   [1][2]
24 Lucas, KenKen Lucas 1 February 13, 1977 61 Chattanooga, Tennessee House show   [1][2]
25 The Executioner 1 April 15, 1977 43 Huntsville, Alabama House show   [1][2]
26 Fargo, JackieJackie Fargo 3 May 28, 1977 [Note 22] Chattanooga, Tennessee House show   [1][2][4]
Vacated 1977 N/A N/A Jackie Fargo was injured [1][2]
27 Poffo, LannyLanny Poffo 1 October 9, 1977 62 Chattanooga, Tennessee House show Defeated Dennis Hall in a tournament final to win the vacant title. [1][2]
28 Kent, DonDon Kent 4 December 10, 1977 24 Chattanooga, Tennessee House show   [1][2]
29 Savage, Randy Randy Savage 1 January 3, 1978 82 Birmingham, Alabama House show   [1][2]
30 Mantel, DutchDutch Mantel 1 March 26, 1978 56 Chattanooga, Tennessee House show   [1][2]
31 Don Garfield 1 May 21, 1978 7 Chattanooga, Tennessee House show Vacated after a match against Dutch Mantel [1][2]
32 Mantel, DutchDutch Mantel 2 May 28, 1978 45 Chattanooga, Tennessee House show   [1][2][4]
33 Whipper Watson Jr. 1 July 12, 1978 10 Nashville, Tennessee House show   [1][2][5]
34 Mantel, DutchDutch Mantel 3 July 22, 1978 21 Chattanooga, Tennessee House show   [1][2]
35 Blue Yankee 1 August 12, 1978 [Note 23] Chattanooga, Tennessee House show   [1][2]
Vacated 1 September 1978 N/A N/A Vacated after a match against Dutch Mantel [1][2]
36 Mexican Angel 1 September 20, 1978 52 Nashville, Tennessee House show Won a 13-man tournament to win the vacant title. [1][2]
37 Mantel, DutchDutch Mantel 4 November 11, 1978 0 Nashville, Tennessee House show   [1][2]
38 Savage, RandyRandy Savage 2 November 11, 1978 [Note 24] Nashville, Tennessee House show   [1][2]
39 Eaton, BobbyBobby Eaton 1 February 1979 (NLT) [Note 25] [Note 2] House show   [1][2]
40 Chris Colt 1 April 29, 1979 24 Nashville, Tennessee House show   [1][2]
41 Ron Garfield 1 May 23, 1979 10 Nashville, Tennessee House show   [1][2]
42 Condrey, DennisDennis Condrey 1 June 2, 1979 140 Chattanooga, Tennessee House show Defeated Gorgeous George Jr. [1][2][6]
43 Mantel, DutchDutch Mantel 5 October 20, 1979 4 Chattanooga, Tennessee House show   [1][2]
44 Eaton, BobbyBobby Eaton 2 October 24, 1979 32 Nashville, Tennessee House show   [1][2]
45 Chris Colt 2 November 25, 1979 [Note 26] Nashville, Tennessee House show   [1][2]
46 Eaton, BobbyBobby Eaton 3 December 1979 [Note 27] Miami, Florida House show   [1][2]
47 Gorgeous George, Jr. 1 February 17, 1980 [Note 28] Chattanooga, Tennessee House show   [1][2]
48 Eaton, BobbyBobby Eaton 4 February 1980 [Note 29] Madison, Indiana House show   [1][2]
49 Yamamoto, TojoTojo Yamamoto 1 February 1980 [Note 30] Versailles, Indiana House show   [1][2]
50 Steve Travis 1 April 1980 (NLT) [Note 31] Lexington, Kentucky House show   [1][2]
51 Roger Mason 1 April 5, 1980 35 Chattanooga, Tennessee House show   [1][2]
52 Johnson, RockyRocky Johnson 1 May 10, 1980 [Note 32] Chattanooga, Tennessee House show   [1][2]
53 Great Togo, TheThe Great Togo 1 May 1980 [Note 33] Louisville, Kentucky House show   [1][2]
54 Gibson, RobertRobert Gibson 1 June 25, 1980 28 Nashville, Tennessee House show   [1][2]
55 Eaton, BobbyBobby Eaton 5 July 23, 1980 [Note 34] Nashville, Tennessee House show   [1][2]
Vacated and abandoned 1 October 1980 N/A N/A NWA Mid-America ceases to operate, Jerry Jarrett gains control of the championship [1][2]
Jarrett revived the title as part of the Continental Wrestling Association in 1981.
56 Bass, RonRon Bass 1 July 1981 [Note 35] Seymour, Indiana House show Awarded the championship. [1][2]
57 Keirn, SteveSteve Keirn 1 July 6, 1981 49 Memphis, Tennessee House show   [1][2]
58 McGraw, BugsyBugsy McGraw 1 August 24, 1981 14 Memphis, Tennessee House show   [1][2]
59 Keirn, SteveSteve Keirn 2 September 7, 1981 14 Memphis, Tennessee House show   [1][2]
60 Mantel, DutchDutch Mantel 6 September 21, 1981 35 Memphis, Tennessee House show   [1][2]
Vacated 1 October 26, 1981 N/A N/A Vacated and inactive after Mantel won the AWA Southern Heavyweight Championship [1][2]
61 Dream Machine 1 April 19, 1982 28 Memphis, Tennessee House show   [1][2]
62 Mantel, DutchDutch Mantel 7 May 17, 1982 7 Memphis, Tennessee House show   [1][2]
63 Eaton, BobbyBobby Eaton 6 May 24, 1982 7 Memphis, Tennessee House show   [1][2]
64 King Cobra 1 May 31, 1982 35 Memphis, Tennessee House show   [1][2]
65 Mantel, DutchDutch Mantel 8 July 5, 1982 7 Memphis, Tennessee House show   [1][2]
66 Eaton, BobbyBobby Eaton 7 July 12, 1982 [Note 36] Memphis, Tennessee House show   [1][2][5]
67 Dundee, BillBill Dundee 3 July 1982 [Note 37] Indianapolis, Indiana House show   [1][2]
68 Mantel, DutchDutch Mantel 9 September 6, 1982 70 Memphis, Tennessee House show   [1][2]
69 Barr, JesseJesse Barr 1 November 15, 1982 7 Memphis, Tennessee House show   [1][2]
70 Mantel, DutchDutch Mantel 10 November 22, 1982 7 Memphis, Tennessee House show   [1][2]
71 Apocalypse 1 November 29, 1982 6 Memphis, Tennessee House show   [1][2]
72 Rougeau, JacquesJacques Rougeau 1 December 5, 1982 22 Memphis, Tennessee House show   [1][2]
73 Sabu the Wildman 1 December 27, 1982 6 Memphis, Tennessee House show   [1][2]
74 Rougeau, JacquesJacques Rougeau 2 January 2, 1983 8 Memphis, Tennessee House show   [1][2]
75 Eaton, BobbyBobby Eaton 8 January 10, 1983 [Note 38] Memphis, Tennessee House show   [1][2]
Vacated 1 January 1983 N/A N/A Vacated for undocumented reasons [1][2]
76 Eaton, BobbyBobby Eaton 9 February 14, 1983 7 Memphis, Tennessee House show Defeated Sweet Brown Sugar in a tournament final to win the vacant title. [1][2][7]
77 Sweet Brown Sugar 1 February 21, 1983 7 Tupelo, Mississippi House show   [1][2][8]
78 Eaton, BobbyBobby Eaton 10 February 28, 1983 7 Memphis, Tennessee House show This was a loser leaves town match. Sweet Brown Sugar would reappear as the masked Stagger Lee. [1][2][9]
79 Stagger Lee 2 March 7, 1983 119 Memphis, Tennessee House show   [1][2]
80 Laine, FrankieFrankie Laine 1 July 4, 1983 14 Memphis, Tennessee House show   [1][2]
81 Mantel, DutchDutch Mantel 11 July 18, 1983 28 Memphis, Tennessee House show   [1][2]
82 Landel, BuddyBuddy Landel 1 August 15, 1983 7 Memphis, Tennessee House show   [1][2]
83 Stagger Lee / Koko Ware 3 August 22, 1983 19 Memphis, Tennessee House show Ware removed his mask before the match with Landel. [1][2]
84 Landel, BuddyBuddy Landel 2 September 10, 1983 82 Memphis, Tennessee House show   [1][2]
85 Taylor, TerryTerry Taylor 1 December 1, 1983 25 Lexington, Kentucky House show   [1][2]
86 Savage, RandyRandy Savage 3 December 26, 1983 105 Memphis, Tennessee House show   [1][2]
87 Lawler, JerryJerry Lawler 1 April 9, 1984 224 Lexington, Kentucky House show The title may have been vacated since Lawler also held the AWA Southern Heavyweight Championship when he won the Mid-America title. [1][2]
88 Korstia Korchenko 1 November 19, 1984 [Note 39] Memphis, Tennessee House show Defeated Jacques Rougeau to win the championship [1][2]
89 Sharpe, MikeMike Sharpe 1 December 17, 1984 (NLT) [Note 40] [Note 2] House show   [1][2]
90 Valiant, JimmyJimmy Valiant 1 February 11, 1985 [Note 41] Memphis, Tennessee House show   [1][2]
91 Man Mountain Link 1 July 1985 [Note 42] [Note 2] House show Awarded the championship. [1][2]
92 Lawler, JerryJerry Lawler 2 July 15, 1985 14 Memphis, Tennessee House show   [1][2]
Vacated 1 July 29, 1985 N/A N/A Vacated when Lawler won the AWA Southern Heavyweight Championship [1][2]
93 Ware, KokoKoko Ware 4 August 12, 1985 [Note 43] Memphis, Tennessee House show Defeated Bota the Witch Doctor in a tournament final to win the vacant title. [1][2]
94 Bota the Witch Doctor 1 August 1985 [Note 44] Richmond, Indiana House show   [1][2]
95 Ware, KokoKoko Ware 5 September 1985 [Note 45] North Vernon, Indiana House show   [1][2]
96 Race, HarleyHarley Race 3 October 7, 1985 [Note 46] Memphis, Tennessee House show   [1][2]
97 Tom Branch 1 November 1985 [Note 47] Kansas City, Missouri House show   [1][2]
98 Ware, KokoKoko Ware 6 November 16, 1985 66 Memphis, Tennessee House show   [1][2]
99 Landel, BuddyBuddy Landel 3 January 21, 1986 12 Louisville, Kentucky House show   [1][2]
100 Dirty Rhodes (Roger Smith) 2 February 2, 1986 16 Memphis, Tennessee House show   [1][2]
101 Landel, BuddyBuddy Landel 4 February 18, 1986 48 Memphis, Tennessee House show   [1][2]
102 Mantel, DutchDutch Mantel 12 April 7, 1986 42 Memphis, Tennessee House show   [1][2]
103 Rogers, RipRip Rogers 1 May 19, 1986 28 Memphis, Tennessee House show   [1][2]
104 Mantel, DutchDutch Mantel 13 June 16, 1986 [Note 48] Memphis, Tennessee House show   [1][2]
Vacated 1 July 1986 N/A N/A Mantel left the CWA [1][2]
105 Smothers, TracyTracy Smothers 1 August 11, 1986 57 Memphis, Tennessee House show   [1][2]
106 Boy Tony (Tony Falk) 1 October 7, 1986 13 Memphis, Tennessee House show   [1][2]
107 Smothers, TracyTracy Smothers 2 October 20, 1986 7 Memphis, Tennessee House show   [1][2]
108 Big Bubba 1 October 27, 1986 [Note 49] Memphis, Tennessee House show Also held CWA/AWA International Heavyweight Championship. [1][2]
Vacated 1 November 1988 N/A N/A Championship vacated for undocumented reasons [1][2]
109 The Great Kabuki 1 November 1986 [Note 50] Jackson, Tennessee House show Defeated Paul Diamond in a tournament final. [1][2]
Vacated 1 1986 N/A N/A The Great Kabuki left the CWA [1][2]
110 Moondog Spot 1 May 1987 [Note 51] [Note 2] N/A Billed as champion on arrival. [1][2]
111 Jarrett, JeffJeff Jarrett 1 May 11, 1987 14 Memphis, Tennessee House show   [1][2]
112 Moondog Spot 2 May 25, 1987 7 Memphis, Tennessee House show Won the title by disqualification. [1][2]
113 Jarrett, JeffJeff Jarrett 2 June 1, 1987 7 Memphis, Tennessee House show   [1][2][10]
114 Moondog Spot 3 June 8, 1987 14 Memphis, Tennessee House show   [1][2]
115 Jarrett, JeffJeff Jarrett 3 June 22, 1987 77 Memphis, Tennessee House show   [1][2]
116 Carl Fergie 1 September 7, 1987 7 Memphis, Tennessee House show   [1][2]
117 Jarrett, JeffJeff Jarrett 4 September 14, 1987 49 Memphis, Tennessee House show   [1][2]
118 Funk, Jimmy JackJimmy Jack Funk 2 November 2, 1987 7 Memphis, Tennessee House show Previous held the championship under the name Jesse Barr [1][2]
119 Jarrett, JeffJeff Jarrett 5 November 9, 1987 28 Memphis, Tennessee House show   [1][2]
120 Lawler, JerryJerry Lawler 3 December 7, 1987 343 Memphis, Tennessee House show   [1][2]
Vacated 1 November 14, 1988 N/A N/A Championship merged with the AWA International Heavyweight Championship and the AWA Southern Heavyweight Championship to form the CWA Heavyweight Championship. [1][2]

NWA Main Event[edit]

No. Champions Reign Date Days held Location Event Notes Ref(s)
1 Kory Williams 1 March 17, 2001 [Note 52] Nashville, Tennessee House show Defeated Doug Gilbert to win the revived title  
Vacated 1 June 2001 N/A N/A Williams left the promotion  
2 Rex Sexton 1 December 25, 2002 87 Columbia, Tennessee House show Won a battle royal, last eliminating Mikey Woods, to win the vacant title.  
3 Mike Woods 1 March 22, 2003 90 Columbia, Tennessee House show Williams returns to the promotion in May 2003, claiming to still be champion, since he never lost the championship.  
4 Kory Williams 2 June 20, 2003 85 Columbia, Tennessee House show Defeated Woods to become undisputed champion.  
5 Mike Woods 2 September 13, 2003 56 Columbia, Tennessee House show    
6 Lonestar 1 November 8, 2003 147 Columbia, Tennessee House show    
7 Tommy Capone 1 April 3, 2004 30 Columbia, Tennessee House show    
8 Mike Woods 3 May 3, 2004 75 Columbia, Tennessee House show    
9 Buzz Dupp 3 July 17, 2004 [Note 53] Columbia, Tennessee House show Won the title by forfeit.  
10 Mike Woods 4 January 2005 (NLT) [Note 54] [Note 2] House show    
11 L.A. Player 1 January 8, 2005 [Note 55] Columbia, Tennessee House show    
12 Mike Woods 5 September 2005 (NLT) [Note 56] [Note 2] House show    
13 Kevin Rhodes 1 October 7, 2005 [Note 57] Springfield, Tennessee House show  
Vacated 1 March 31, 2006 (NLT) N/A N/A Championship vacated for undocumented reasons  
14 J.T. Quest 1 April 1, 2006 28 Columbia, Tennessee House show Defeated Jason Cain to win the vacant title.  
15 Larry Cooter 1 April 29, 2006 21 Columbia, Tennessee House show    
16 J.T. Quest 2 May 20, 2006 63 Columbia, Tennessee House show    
17 Steve O 1 July 22, 2006 105 Columbia, Tennessee House show    
18 J.T. Quest 3 November 4, 2006 49 Columbia, Tennessee House show    
19 Lee Condry 1 December 23, 2006 111 Columbia, Tennessee House show Won a four-corners survival match.  
20 Swinger, JohnnyJohnny Swinger 1 April 13, 2007 1 Columbia, Tennessee House show    
21 Lee Condry 2 April 14, 2007 [Note 1] Columbia, Tennessee House show    
 
22 Zack Hartnell 1 October 11, 2013 21 Gallatin, Tennessee House show reinstated under the AIWF  
23 Toby Farley 1 November 1, 2013 [Note 1] Gallatin, Tennessee House show    
 

NWA Mid-South / NWA Supreme[edit]

No. Champions Reign Date Days held Location Event Notes Ref(s)
1 Shawn Shultz 1 October 17, 2015 104 Versailles, Indiana House Show Reinstated under the NWA.  
2 Johnny Justice 1 January 29, 2016 43 Seymour, Indiana Pinnacle    
3 Dino Stephanopolis 1 March 12, 2016 7 Madison, Indiana House show    
4 Johnny Justice 2 March 19, 2016 21 Madison, Indiana House show    
5 Nic Noble 1 April 9, 2016 13 Madison, Indiana Clash of The Champions    
6 Johnny Justice 3 April 22, 2016 1 Hanover, Indiana House show    
7 Eric Draven 1 April 23, 2016 7 Hanover, Indiana House show    
8 Johnny Justice 4 April 30, 2016 6 Hanover, Indiana Showdown    
9 Eric Draven 2 May 6, 2016 15 Madison, Indiana House show Won fatal 4-way  
10 Johnny Justice 5 May 21, 2016 20 Madison, Indiana House show    
11 Eric Draven 3 June 10, 2016 15 Hanover, Indiana Meltdown    
12 Johnny Justice 6 June 25, 2016 14 Madison, Indiana House show    
13 Eric Draven 4 July 9, 2016 63 Madison, Indiana House Show    
14 Johnny Justice 7 September 10, 2016 6 Madison, Indiana Surviving The Steel    
15 Eric Draven 5 September 16, 2016 1 Madison, Indiana House show Defeated Johnny Justice in a steel cage match  
16 Johnny Justice 8 September 17, 2016 7 Seymour, Indiana Mission Possible    
17 Josh Lewis (wrestler) 1 September 24, 2016 42 Madison, Indiana House show    
18 King Nicolas Noble 2 November 5, 2016 83 Madison, Indiana House show    
19 Johnny Justice 9 January 27, 2017 1 Seymour, Indiana Pinnacle    
20 King Nicolas Noble 3 January 28, 2017 13 Madison, Indiana House show    
21 Johnny Justice 10 February 10, 2017 14 Seymour, Indiana Thunderstruck    
22 Eric Draven 6 February 24, 2017 22 Indianapolis, Indiana House show won at a WCWO event, in a triple threat match.  
23 Van Martigan 1 March 18, 2017 7 Madison, Indiana House show    
24 Eric Draven 7 March 25, 2017 6 Madison, Indiana House show    
25 Johnny Justice 11 March 31, 2017 8 Brownstown, Indiana Starrcage    
26 Roger Malcolm 1 April 8, 2017 71+ Madison, Indiana House show    

Footnotes[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d e f The length of this championship reign is too uncertain to calculate.
  2. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s The location of the match was not found documented.
  3. ^ The date for the start or the end of the reign is uncertain, which means that this championship reign lasted between 1 and 357 days.
  4. ^ The date for the start or the end of the reign is uncertain, which means that this championship reign lasted at least 65 days.
  5. ^ The date for the start or the end of the reign is uncertain, which means that this championship reign lasted between 1 and 26 days.
  6. ^ The date for the start or the end of the reign is uncertain, which means that this championship reign lasted between 1 and 26 days.
  7. ^ The date for the start or the end of the reign is uncertain, which means that this championship reign lasted between 0 and 84 days.
  8. ^ The date for the start or the end of the reign is uncertain, which means that this championship reign lasted between 7 and 36 days.
  9. ^ The date for the start or the end of the reign is uncertain, which means that this championship reign lasted between 1 and 146 days.
  10. ^ The date for the start or the end of the reign is uncertain, which means that this championship reign lasted between 1 and 145 days.
  11. ^ The date for the start or the end of the reign is uncertain, which means that this championship reign lasted between 1 and 124 days.
  12. ^ The date for the start or the end of the reign is uncertain, which means that this championship reign lasted between 1 and 113 days.
  13. ^ The date for the start or the end of the reign is uncertain, which means that this championship reign lasted between 61 and 202 days.
  14. ^ The date for the start or the end of the reign is uncertain, which means that this championship reign lasted between 62 and 212 days.
  15. ^ The date for the start or the end of the reign is uncertain, which means that this championship reign lasted between 45 and 165 days.
  16. ^ The date for the start or the end of the reign is uncertain, which means that this championship reign lasted between 18 and 41 days.
  17. ^ The date for the start or the end of the reign is uncertain, which means that this championship reign lasted between 1 and 25 days.
  18. ^ The date for the start or the end of the reign is uncertain, which means that this championship reign lasted between 6 and 36 days.
  19. ^ The date for the start or the end of the reign is uncertain, which means that this championship reign lasted between 1 and 31 days.
  20. ^ The date for the start or the end of the reign is uncertain, which means that this championship reign lasted between 32 and 122 days.
  21. ^ The date for the start or the end of the reign is uncertain, which means that this championship reign lasted between 13 and 43 days.
  22. ^ The date for the start or the end of the reign is uncertain, which means that this championship reign lasted between 1 and 196 days.
  23. ^ The date for the start or the end of the reign is uncertain, which means that this championship reign lasted between 20 and 38 days.
  24. ^ The date for the start or the end of the reign is uncertain, which means that this championship reign lasted between 1 and 109 days.
  25. ^ The date for the start or the end of the reign is uncertain, which means that this championship reign lasted between 60 and 87 days.
  26. ^ The date for the start or the end of the reign is uncertain, which means that this championship reign lasted between 6 and 36 days.
  27. ^ The date for the start or the end of the reign is uncertain, which means that this championship reign lasted between 48 and 78 days.
  28. ^ The date for the start or the end of the reign is uncertain, which means that this championship reign lasted between 1 and 16 days.
  29. ^ The date for the start or the end of the reign is uncertain, which means that this championship reign lasted between 1 and 11 days.
  30. ^ The date for the start or the end of the reign is uncertain, which means that this championship reign lasted between 33 and 46 days.
  31. ^ The date for the start or the end of the reign is uncertain, which means that this championship reign lasted between 1 and 46 days.
  32. ^ The date for the start or the end of the reign is uncertain, which means that this championship reign lasted between 1 and 21 days.
  33. ^ The date for the start or the end of the reign is uncertain, which means that this championship reign lasted between 25 and 45 days.
  34. ^ The date for the start or the end of the reign is uncertain, which means that this championship reign lasted between 70 and 100 days.
  35. ^ The date for the start or the end of the reign is uncertain, which means that this championship reign lasted between 1 and 6 days.
  36. ^ The date for the start or the end of the reign is uncertain, which means that this championship reign lasted between 1 and 18 days.
  37. ^ The date for the start or the end of the reign is uncertain, which means that this championship reign lasted between 37 and 55 days.
  38. ^ The date for the start or the end of the reign is uncertain, which means that this championship reign lasted between 1 and 21 days.
  39. ^ The date for the start or the end of the reign is uncertain, which means that this championship reign lasted between 1 and 28 days.
  40. ^ The date for the start or the end of the reign is uncertain, which means that this championship reign lasted between 56 and 83 days.
  41. ^ The date for the start or the end of the reign is uncertain, which means that this championship reign lasted between 140 and 154 days.
  42. ^ The date for the start or the end of the reign is uncertain, which means that this championship reign lasted between 1 and 15 days.
  43. ^ The date for the start or the end of the reign is uncertain, which means that this championship reign lasted between 1 and 18 days.
  44. ^ The date for the start or the end of the reign is uncertain, which means that this championship reign lasted between 1 and 50 days.
  45. ^ The date for the start or the end of the reign is uncertain, which means that this championship reign lasted between 6 and 36 days.
  46. ^ The date for the start or the end of the reign is uncertain, which means that this championship reign lasted between 25 and 54 days.
  47. ^ The date for the start or the end of the reign is uncertain, which means that this championship reign lasted between 1 and 16 days.
  48. ^ The date for the start or the end of the reign is uncertain, which means that this championship reign lasted between 15 and 45 days.
  49. ^ The date for the start or the end of the reign is uncertain, which means that this championship reign lasted between 5 and 34 days.
  50. ^ The date for the start or the end of the reign is uncertain, which means that this championship reign lasted between 1 and 60 days.
  51. ^ The date for the start or the end of the reign is uncertain, which means that this championship reign lasted between 1 and 11 days.
  52. ^ The date for the start or the end of the reign is uncertain, which means that this championship reign lasted between 76 and 105 days.
  53. ^ The date for the start or the end of the reign is uncertain, which means that this championship reign lasted between 1 and 174 days.
  54. ^ The date for the start or the end of the reign is uncertain, which means that this championship reign lasted between 1 and 174 days.
  55. ^ The date for the start or the end of the reign is uncertain, which means that this championship reign lasted between 1 and 266 days.
  56. ^ The date for the start or the end of the reign is uncertain, which means that this championship reign lasted between 6 and 271 days.
  57. ^ The date for the start or the end of the reign is uncertain, which means that this championship reign lasted between 1 and 175 days.

See also[edit]

References[edit]

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