NWA World Light Heavyweight Championship (New Jersey version)
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This version of the title is in no way related to the original version of the championship, defended in the Mexican professional wrestling promotion, Consejo Mundial de Lucha Libre (CMLL), in use since the early 1950s.
|Steve Corino||1||May 3, 1997||Freehold Borough, New Jersey||Defeated Adam Flash to become the first champion.|
|Devon Storm||1||February 14, 1998||Mount Holly, New Jersey||Defeated Reckless Youth in a tournament final to win the vacant title.|
|Title vacated||July 31, 1998||Mount Holly, New Jersey|
|Ace Darling||1||July 31, 1998||Mount Holly, New Jersey||Defeated Ray Odyssey to win the vacant title.|
|911||1||August 21, 1998||Fearless Hills, Pennsylvania|
|Title vacated||September 1998||911 was stripped of the title by commissioner A.J. Sparxx as he is way over the weight limit.|
|Johnny Hot Body||1||September 25, 1998||Blackwood, New Jersey||Awarded the title.|
|Rik Ratchett||1||September 25, 1998||Blackwood, New Jersey|
|Stevie Richards||1||November 7, 1998||Absecon, New Jersey|
|Rik Ratchett||2||November 13, 1998||Hazlet, New Jersey|
|The Blue Meanie||1||December 5, 1998||Toms River, New Jersey|
|Title vacated||December 26, 1998||The Blue Meanie was stripped of the title by the NWA Board of Directors. The title was later abandoned.|
- Royal Duncan & Gary Will (2006). Wrestling Title Histories (4th ed.). Archeus Communications. ISBN 0-9698161-5-4.