NWA Pacific Northwest Junior Heavyweight Championship

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NWA Pacific Northwest Junior Heavyweight Championship
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Promotion National Wrestling Alliance
Elite Canadian Championship Wrestling
Date established October 20, 1998[1]

The NWA Pacific Northwest Junior Heavyweight Championship was the junior heavyweight championship of Elite Canadian Championship Wrestling, a member of the National Wrestling Alliance based in Vancouver, British Columbia.[1] The championship was considered a secondary championship to the NWA Canadian Junior Heavyweight Championship, with both belts being defended in the promotion.[1] The championship was established in 1998, with Tony Kozina as the first champion.[1] The belt was deactivated in 2007.[2]

Title history[edit]

Wrestler: Times: Date: Location: Notes:
Tony Kozina 1 October 20, 1998 Lilooet, British Columbia [2][1]
Torch 1 October 21, 1998 100 Mile House, British Columbia [2][1]
Tony Kozina 2 October 23, 1998 Fraser Lake, British Columbia [2][1]
Torch 2 October 24, 1998 Burns Lake, British Columbia [2][1]
Tony Kozina 3 November 20, 1998 Campbell River, British Columbia [2][1]
Ladies Choice 1 January 29, 1999 New Westminster, British Columbia [2][1]
Tony Kozina 4 February 26, 1999 New Westminster, British Columbia [2][1]
Disco Fury 1 May 13, 1999 Maple Ridge, British Columbia Defeated Tony Kozina and Torch in a Triple Threat match.[2][1]
Tony Kozina 5 May 15, 1999 Powell River, British Columbia Kozina vacates the title on July 22, 1999 to concentrate on the NWA Canadian Junior Heavyweight Championship.[2][1]
Ladies Choice 2 August 20, 1999 New Westminster, British Columbia Defeated Strife and Chance Beckett in a 3-way Dance to win the vacant title.[2][1]
Torch 3 May 26, 2000 New Westminster, British Columbia [2]
Scotty Mac 1 April 28, 2001 Vancouver, Washington Defeated Disco Fury and Tony Kozina in a 3-way match.[2]
Tony Kozina 6 July 21, 2001 Vancouver, Washington Vacant in 2002.[2]
Havoc 1 April 5, 2002 Chehalis, Washington Defeats Seth Knight in a tournament final.[2]
Scotty Mac 2 April 4, 2003 Kelowna, British Columbia Vacant in 2003.[2]
Matt Classic 1 August 22, 2003 Surrey, British Columbia Defeats Memphis Raines in a tournament final. The title is vacated when Classic relocates to Montreal.[2]
Memphis Raines 1 April 1, 2005 Port Coquitlam, British Columbia Defeated Aaron Idol and Chance Beckett in a triple threat match.[2]
Aaron Idol 1 May 27, 2005 Surrey, British Columbia Defeated Memphis Raines and Chance Beckett in a triple threat match.[2]
Mikey Dasheezits 1 February 17, 2006 Vancouver, British Columbia
Gurv Sihra 1 May 26, 2006 Comox, British Columbia [2]
Harv Sihra 1 January 26, 2007 Surrey, British Columbia The Sihras reunite after the match and throw down the belt; the title is deactivated immediately after.[2]
Deactivated January 26, 2007 Surrey, British Columbia The Sihras reunite after the match and throw down the belt; the title is deactivated immediately after.[2]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o Royal Duncan & Gary Will (2006). "British Columbia: Vancouver National Wrestling Alliance Pacific Northwest Junior Heavyweight Title". Wrestling Title Histories (4th ed.). Archeus Communications. ISBN 0-9698161-5-4. 
  2. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w x "A Pacific Northwest/Extreme Canadian Championship Wrestling Junior Heavyweight Title". Wrestling-Titles.com. 

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