NWA Pacific Northwest Television Championship

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NWA Pacific Northwest Television Championship
NWA Pacific Northwest Television Championship Belt.jpg
The current NWA Pacific Northwest Television championship belt, reintroduced in NWA Blue Collar Wrestling in January 10th 2015.
Details
Promotion Pacific Northwest Wrestling (1987-1990)
NWA Blue Collar Wrestling (2015-current)
Date established November 21, 1987
Date retired October 1, 1990 (PNW)
Current champion(s) Zack Winters
Date won April 2, 2017

The NWA Pacific Northwest Television Championship was a professional wrestling championship sanctioned by the National Wrestling Alliance and defended in its member promotion Pacific Northwest Wrestling. It served as PNW's second-tier title, lasting from 1987 through 1990.[1] As of March 2015, the championship was reactivated when Blue Collar Wrestling became the NWA's new Portland affiliate.

Title history[edit]

Key
Symbol Meaning
No. The overall championship reign
Reign The reign number for the specific wrestler listed.
Event The event in which the championship changed hands
N/A The specific information is not known
Used for vacated reigns in order to not count it as an official reign
[Note #] Indicates that the exact length of the title reign is unknown, with a note providing more details.
# Wrestler Reign Date Days held Location Event Notes Ref.
1 Barr, ArtArt Barr 1 November 21, 1987 35 Portland, Oregon House show Won a nine-man battle royal to become the first champion. [1]
2 Abbuda Dein 1 December 26, 1987 0 Portland, Oregon House show   [1]
3 The Assassin 1 December 26, 1987 35 Portland, Oregon House show   [1]
- Vacated - January 30, 1988 N/A N/A N/A Title vacated for undocumented reasons [1]
4 DeBeers, ColonelColonel DeBeers 1 August 16, 1988 [Note 1] Portland, Oregon House show Defeated Steve Doll in a tournament final to win the vacant title. [1]
- Vacated - September 1988 N/A N/A N/A Title vacated when DeBeers failed to defend it in 30 days. [1]
5 Madril, AlAl Madril 1 October 9, 1988 20 Finley, Washington House show Won a tournament to win the vacant title. [1]
6 Top Gun 2 October 29, 1988 77 Portland, Oregon House show Previously held the championship under the name "The Assassin" [1]
7 Abbuda Dein 2 January 14, 1989 14 Portland, Oregon House show   [1]
8 Carl Styles 2 January 28, 1989 77 Portland, Oregon House show   [1]
- Vacated - April 15, 1989 N/A N/A N/A Title vacated when Styles is injured. [1]
9 Madril, AlAl Madril 2 October 14, 1989 42 Portland, Oregon House show Won a tournament to win the vacant title. [1]
10 King, RexRex King 1 November 25, 1989 61 Portland, Oregon House show   [1]
11 Madril, AlAl Madril 3 January 25, 1990 30 Salem, Oregon House show   [1]
12 Santana, RickyRicky Santana 1 February 24, 1990 21 Portland, Oregon House show   [1]
13 Scotty the Body 1 March 17, 1990 198 Portland, Oregon House show   [1]
- Abandoned - October 1, 1990 N/A N/A N/A Title abandoned by PNW [1]
14 Buddy Highway 1 January 10, 2015 176 Portland, Oregon House show Awarded reactivated title when Blue Collar Wrestling joins the NWA.  
15 Keith Atkins 1 July 5, 2015 56 Portland, Oregon House show    
16 Lonestar 1 August 30, 2015 363 Portland, Oregon House show    
17 Jameson Moonshine 1 August 28, 2016 112 Portland, Oregon House show    
18 Lance Dean 1 December 18, 2016 49 Portland, Oregon House show    
19 Ares Toretto 1 February 5, 2017 56 Portland, Oregon House show    
20 Zack Winters 1 April 2, 2017 Portland, Oregon House show    

See also[edit]

Footnotes[edit]

  1. ^ The exact date Col. DeBeers was stripped of the championship is uncertain, which puts the title reign at between 16 and 46 days.

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r Royal Duncan & Gary Will (2006). "(Oregon) Portland: Pacific Northwest Television Title [Don Owens]". Wrestling Title Histories (4th ed.). Archeus Communications. ISBN 0-9698161-5-4.