Stampede British Commonwealth Mid-Heavyweight Championship

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Stampede British Commonwealth Mid-Heavyweight Championship
Details
Promotion Stampede Wrestling
Date established 1978 & 1999
Date retired 1989 & 2008

The Stampede British Commonwealth Mid-Heavyweight Championship was a professional wrestling title for lighter wrestlers in the Canadian promotion, Stampede Wrestling. It was created in 1978.[1][2][3]

Title history[edit]

Wrestlers: Times: Date: Place: Notes:
Stampede British Commonwealth Mid-Heavyweight Championship (1978-1989)
The Dynamite Kid 1 June 1, 1978 The first champion.
Norman Frederick Charles III 1 June 10, 1978 Edmonton, Alberta
Fighting Hara 1 July 8, 1978 Edmonton, Alberta
Norman Frederick Charles III 2 July 13, 1978 Edmonton, Alberta
Bret Hart 1 October 14, 1978 Edmonton, Alberta
The Dynamite Kid 2 January 6, 1979 Edmonton, Alberta
Bret Hart 2 June 1, 1979
The Dynamite Kid 3 July 7, 1979
Terry Sawyer 1 September 29, 1979
Bret Hart 3 October 12, 1979
Title vacated on October 19, 1979 when Bret Hart moved to heavyweight division.
The Dynamite Kid 4 March 24, 1980 Red Deer, Alberta Defeats Keith Hart in a tournament final.
Bruce Hart 1 September 19, 1980
Hubert Gallant 1 March 13, 1981 Calgary, Alberta
Keith Hart 1 May 9, 1981
Davey Boy Smith 1 November 2, 1981
Gama Singh 1 November 6, 1981
Bruce Hart 2 January 12, 1982 Regina, Saskatchewan
Dick Steinborn 1 June 10, 1982
Bruce Hart 3 July 6, 1982
Danny Davis 1 November 12, 1982 Calgary, Alberta
Bruce Hart 4 February 18, 1983 Calgary, Alberta
The Cobra 1 September 2, 1983 Calgary, Alberta
Sonny Two Rivers 1 November 18, 1983 Calgary, Alberta
Ron Starr 1 March 2, 1984 Calgary, Alberta
Bruce Hart 5 August 25, 1984 Edmonton, Alberta
Gama Singh 2 December 6, 1985 Calgary, Alberta
The Cobra 2 December 20, 1985 Calgary, Alberta
Gama Singh 3 December 21, 1985 Edmonton, Alberta
Bruce Hart 6 April 19, 1986 Edmonton, Alberta
Title vacated on June 27, 1986 due to injury.
Gama Singh 4 August 1, 1986 Calgary, Alberta Defeats Johnny Smith in a tournament final.
Johnny Smith 1 August 8, 1986 Calgary, Alberta
Les Thornton 1 September 18, 1986 Calgary, Alberta
Owen Hart 1 October 25, 1986 Edmonton, Alberta
Gama Singh 5 August 7, 1987 Calgary, Alberta
Chris Benoit 1 March 18, 1988 Calgary, Alberta
Johnny Smith 2 June 10, 1988 Calgary, Alberta [4]
Chris Benoit 2 June 17, 1988 Calgary, Alberta
Johnny Smith 3 June 24, 1988 Calgary, Alberta
Chris Benoit 3 January 13, 1989 Calgary, Alberta
Johnny Smith 4 July 7, 1989 Dawson Creek, British Columbia
Chris Benoit 4 July 8, 1989 Grande Prairie, Alberta
Gama Singh 6 August 4, 1989 Calgary, Alberta
Bruce Hart 7 October 14, 1989 Lethbridge, Alberta
Stampede Wrestling closed in November 24, 1989.
Stampede British Commonwealth Heavyweight Championship (1999-2008)
Richard Pound 1 November 5, 1999 Calgary, Alberta Defeats Tiger Khan and Greg Pawluk in a three-way match for the reactive title.
Tiger Mahatma Khan 1 June 2, 2000 Calgary, Alberta
Khan was stripped of the title in August 2002 for lack of defenses.
Bruce Hart 8 November 15, 2002 Calgary, Alberta Defeats Kwik Kick and TJ Wilson in a three-way tournament final.
Duke Durango 1 June 20, 2003 Calgary, Alberta
TJ Wilson 1 October 15, 2004 Calgary, Alberta
Duke Durango 2 January 14, 2005 Calgary, Alberta
Title vacated in May 2005.
Pete Wilson 1 June 17, 2005 Calgary, Alberta Defeats Gama Singh, Jr. and Randy Myers.
Randy Myers 1 May 26, 2006 Calgary, Alberta
Chucky Blaze 1 January 12, 2007 Calgary, Alberta
Gama Singh, Jr. 1 December 14, 2007 Calgary, Alberta
Stampede Wrestling closed in April 26, 2008.

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Duncan, Royal & Will, Gary (2006). Wrestling Title Histories (4th ed.). Archeus Communications. ISBN 0-9698161-5-4. 
  2. ^ Tanabe, Hisaharu. "British Commonwealth Mid-Heavyweight Title". Wrestling-Titles.com. Retrieved 2007-06-09. 
  3. ^ Mellott, Douglas. "Stampede British Commonwealth Mid-Heavyweight Title History". Wrestling Information Archive. Retrieved 2007-06-09. 
  4. ^ F4W Staff (June 10, 2015). "ON THIS DAY IN PRO WRESTLING HISTORY (JUNE 10): HARLEY RACE BEATS RIC FLAIR FOR NWA TITLE, JERRY BLACKWELL TURNS BABYFACE". Wrestling Observer Figure Four Online. Retrieved February 10, 2017. 

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