NWA Southeastern Heavyweight Championship
The NWA Southeastern Heavyweight Championship or Gulf Coast Heavyweight Championship was one of two identically named regional championship titles, a Southern and Northern division promoted by Southeast Championship Wrestling. The Southern division was established in 1978 as a continuation of the NWA Gulf Coast Heavyweight Championship and existed until its merge with the Northern division in 1980. The unified championship continued to be active until 1988 when it was abandoned.
|Bob Armstrong||1||1978||defeated David Schultz to become the first champion|
|Ken Lucas||1||April 1978||defeated David Shultz to win title|
|Unknown||November 19, 1978||A championship match is held between Stomper and Wrestling Pro however the results are unrecorded|
|Ron Slinker||1||May 4, 1979||Dothan, Alabama|
|David Schultz||2||May 6, 1979||Mobile, Alabama||Title change in dispute as Shutlz is recorded defending his title in Mobile, Alabama two days later|
|Ox Baker||1||July 5, 1979|
|Terry "The Hulk" Bollea||1||July 1979|
|Austin Idol||1||July 13, 1979||Mobile, Alabama|
|Terry "The Hulk" Bollea||2||October 31, 1979|
|Ron Fuller||1||June 8, 1980|
|Mongolian Stomper||1||June 1980|
- Royal Duncan & Gary Will (2006). Wrestling Title Histories (4th ed.). Archeus Communications. ISBN 0-9698161-5-4.