UWF Television Championship

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UWF Television Championship
Dean Douglas at RAH1.jpg
Shane Douglas, one time Television champion
Details
Promotion Universal Wrestling Federation
World Championship Wrestling
Date established May 2, 1984
Date retired November 26, 1987
Other name(s)
  • Mid-South Television Championship

The UWF Television Championship, promoted by the Universal Wrestling Federation, started out as the Mid-South Television Championship in 1984 and was then represented by a medal. It was renamed when Mid-South Wrestling changed its name to the UWF in 1986 and the title medal was replaced by a belt. The TV title was the mid-level wrestlers' title during its existence.

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 Khruschev, KrusherKrusher Khruschev 1 May 2, 1984 45 Shreveport, Louisiana House show Defeated Terry Taylor in tournament final; Magnum T.A. defeats Khruschev in May 1984, but the groggy ref gives the belt to Khruschev  
2 Taylor, TerryTerry Taylor 1 June 16, 1984 102 New Orleans, Louisiana House show    
3 Street, AdrianAdrian Street 1 September 26, 1984 42 Shreveport, Louisiana House show    
4 Dundee, BillBill Dundee 1 November 7, 1984 38 Shreveport, Louisiana House show    
5 Landel, "Nature Boy" Buddy"Nature Boy" Buddy Landel 1 December 15, 1984 18 Shreveport, Louisiana House show    
6 Taylor, TerryTerry Taylor 2 January 2, 1985 70 Shreveport, Louisiana House show    
- Vacated - March 13, 1985 N/A N/A N/A Terry Taylor won North American Championship  
7 Snowman 1 May 8, 1985 63 Shreveport, Louisiana House show    
8 Mantell, DutchDutch Mantell 1 July 10, 1985 12 Shreveport, Louisiana House show    
9 Reed, ButchButch Reed 1 July 22, 1985 84 Shreveport, Louisiana House show    
- Vacated - October 14, 1985 N/A N/A N/A Butch Reed won North American Championship  
10 Roberts, JakeJake Roberts 1 January 1, 1986 58 Tulsa, Oklahoma House show Defeated Dick Slater in tournament final  
11 Slater, DickDick Slater 1 February 28, 1986 16 Houston, Texas House show Renamed the UWF Television Championship during Slater's reign [1]
12 Sawyer, BuzzBuzz Sawyer 1 March 16, 1986 70 Oklahoma City, Oklahoma House show Given title by Slater  
13 Taylor, TerryTerry Taylor 3 May 25, 1986 126 Tulsa, Oklahoma House show    
14 Roberts, BuddyBuddy Roberts 1 September 28, 1986 42 Oklahoma City, Oklahoma House show    
15 Savannah Jack 1 November 9, 1986 119 Tulsa, Oklahoma House show    
16 Gilbert, EddieEddie Gilbert 1 March 8, 1987 148 Tulsa, Oklahoma House show    
17 Douglas, ShaneShane Douglas 1 August 3, 1987 30 Morgan City, Louisiana House show    
18 Taylor, TerryTerry Taylor 4 September 2, 1987 85 Lafayette, Louisiana House show    
19 Koloff, NikitaNikita Koloff 1 November 26, 1987 0 Chicago, Illinois Starrcade (1987)    
- Title retired - November 26, 1987 N/A N/A N/A Koloff unified title with NWA World Television Championship  

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References[edit]

  1. ^ Hoops, Brian (February 28, 2017). "Daily pro wrestling history (02/28): Andersen & Hansen win NWA Tag Titles". Wrestling Observer Figure Four Online. Retrieved February 28, 2017.