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West Coast Wrestling Connection
West Coast Wrestling Connection logo.gif
Genre Professional wrestling
Country of origin United States
No. of episodes 170 (as of September 10, 2017)
Production
Location(s) Salem, Oregon
Camera setup Multiple-camera setup
Running time 60 minutes (including commercials)
Release
Original network KPDX Portland, Oregon (May 2014 – present)
Picture format 1080i (HDTV)
Original release May 24, 2014 (2014-05-24) – present
External links
Website wc-wc.com

The West Coast Wrestling Connection (WCWC) is a professional wrestling organization based in Salem, Oregon. The WCWC has a monthly television taping in Portland, Oregon. These shows are broadcast Saturday nights at 11 p.m. on KPDX-TV (KPDX 49/Comcast 13).

The WCWC was founded by Jeff Manning and Pat Kelley in 2005.[1]

History[edit]

The WCWC had its inaugural show in Salem, Oregon on March 20, 2005. Shows are held across western Oregon, with a monthly live event in Salem.

The WCWC on PDX-TV debuted on May 24, 2014.[2] The promotion shoots a live TV taping, typically the first Saturday of each month. These tapings were originally held at the Bob White Theatre in Southeast Portland, but have since relocated to the Jackson Armory. The television broadcasts team consists of Blake Chadwick on play-by-play and Jeff Aiken on color commentary.

Championships[edit]

As of October 18, 2017.

Current championships[edit]

Championship Champion Previous Date won Days Location
WCWC Pacific Northwest Championship Darin Corbin Matt Striker July 2, 2017 108+ Clackamas, Oregon
WCWC Legacy Championship Remy Marcel "Rock God" Ricky Gibson July 29, 2017 130+ Clackamas, Oregon
WCWC Tag Team Championship Fight & Flight (Mikey O'Shea & Damian Drake) The Bonus Boyz (Clutch Kucera & Sugar Brown) June 3, 2017 137+ Clackamas, Oregon

In the Spring of 2017 the WCWC introduced two new championships that would be defended exclusively on live events. Both inaugural champions were determined in tournaments, with matches being held at various live events throughout the state of Oregon.[3]

Championship Champion Previous Date Won Days Location
WCWC Oregon Championship Matt XStatic Adrian "The Adrenaline" Matthews October 8, 2017 10+ Salem, Oregon
WCWC Oregon Tag Team Champions The Magnificent Bastards (Eric Right & Richard SynCyr) The Fro Bros (Marcus Malone & Remy Marcel) August 13, 2017 66+ Salem, Oregon

Defunct championships[edit]

Championship Final Champion Previous Date Won Date Defunct
WCWC Lightning Division Championship Eric Right Freddy Bravo July 7, 2013 September 1, 2013

Roster[edit]

As of May 11, 2017[4]

Wrestlers[edit]

Wrestler Championships Affiliations
Adrian Matthews WCWC Oregon Champion (x1)
Adrian Quest
Alexander Hammerstone WCWC Legacy Champion
WCWC Pacific Northwest Champion
WCWC Tag Team Champion
Beast the Butcher
Caleb Konley WCWC Tag Team Champion (w/Mikey O'Shea)

WCWC Legacy Championship

WCWC Pacific Northwest Champion

Clutch Kucera WCWC Tag Team Champion (x2 w/Sugar Brown) The Bonu$ Boyz
Damian Drake WCWC Tag Team Champion (1x w/Mikey O'Shea)
Darin Corbin WCWC Pacific Northwest Champion (x2 current)
Dicky Mayer
Dillon Divine WCWC Tag Team Champion (w/Matt XStatic) The Fit Club
Eric Right WCWC Lightning Division Champion
WCWC Legacy Champion
WCWC Oregan Tag Team Champion (x1 w/Richard Syncyr)
WCWC Pacific Northwest Championship
WCWC Tag Team Champion
The Magnificent Bastards
Gangrel WCWC Legacy Champion
WCWC Pacific Northwest Champion
WCWC Tag Team Champion (x1 w/Mikey O'Shea, x1 w/Sinn Bodhi)
JD Bishop The Wrecking Crew
Grappler 3 WCWC Legacy Champion
WCWC Pacific Northwest Champion (x2)
WCWC Tag Team Champion (x5)
The Wrecking Crew
Jack Manley WCWC Tag Team Champion (x2 w/Remy Marcel) The Whirlwind Gentlemen (Tag Team)
Jeremy Blanchard WCWC Legacy Champion
WCWC Tag Team Champion (w/Mikey O'Shea)
The Wrecking Crew
Marcus Malone 2016 Grapplers' Cup Tournament Winner
Matt Striker WCWC Pacific Northwest Heavyweight Champion
Matt XStatic WCWC Oregon Champion (current) WCWC Tag Team Champion (w/Dillon Divine) The Fit Club
Mikey O'Shea WCWC Legacy Champion
WCWC Tag Team Champion (x1 w/Caleb Konley, x1 w/Gangrel, x1 w/Jeremy Blanchard, 1x w/Damian Drake)
Fight or Flight
Remy Marcel WCWC Legacy Champion (1 time, current)
WCWC Tag Team Champion (x2 w/Jack Manley)
The Whirlwind Gentlemen (Tag Team)
Richard Syncyr WCWC Oregon Tag Team Champions (x1 w/Eric Right) The Magnificent Bastards
"Rock God" Ricky Gibson WCWC Tag Team Champion (w/Greg Romero)
WCWC Legacy Champion (x2)
Sugar Brown WCWC Tag Team Champion (x3 w/Clutch Kucera) The Bonu$ Boyz
Sinn Bodhi WCWC Tag Team Champion (w/Gangrel)

Managers[edit]

  • Al Tubbs, Esq.
  • Kate Carney
  • Morty Lipschitz
  • Richard Syncyr

Referees[edit]

  • Brian Hebner
  • Sparkey Ballard
  • Alex Goldstein
  • "Smilin'" Dave Jackson

Broadcast team[edit]

  • Blake Chadwick
  • Jeff Akin
  • Pat Kelley

The Grappler's WCWC Academy[edit]

The Grappler runs the WCWC Training Academy in Salem, Oregon. The school is operated under the direction of lead trainer Erik Baeden.[1]

WCWC Pacific Northwest Championship[edit]

WCWC Pacific Northwest Championship
Details
Promotion West Coast Wrestling Connection
Current champion(s) Darin Corbin
Date won July 2, 2017
Other name(s)
  • WCWC Championship
    (April 24, 2005 - January 15, 2006), (June 15, 2010 - July 17, 2011), (October 1, 2012 - 2014)[5]
  • WCWC Heavyweight Championship
    (January 15, 2006 - June 15, 2010)[5]
  • NWA Northwest Championship
    (July 17, 2011 - October 1, 2012)[5]
  • WCWC Pacific Northwest Championship
    (2014 - present)[5]

The WCWC Pacific Northwest Championship is the top championship in the WCCW. It was first awarded on April 24, 2005 when George Michael became the inaugural champion.[5][6]

As of October 18, 2017.

# Order in reign history
Reign The reign number for the specific set of wrestlers listed
Used for vacated reigns so as not to count it as an official reign
+ Indicates the current reign is changing daily
# Champion Reign Date Days held Location Notes Ref
1 George Michael 1 April 24, 2005 148 Salem, Oregon [5][6]
Vacated September 19, 2005 [5][6]
2 George Michael 2 October 16, 2005 35 Defeated Cole Bishop for the vacant title. [5][6]
3 The Blue Meanie 1 November 20, 2005 28 Salem, Oregon [5][6]
4 The Little Nasty Boy 1 December 18, 2005 90 Salem, Oregon Defeated Blue Meanie and George Michael in a 3-way match. [5][6]
5 Diafullah the Butcher 1 March 18, 2006 119 Eugene, Oregon [5][6]
Vacated July 15, 2006 Title is vacated upon Diaffulah the Butcher leaving the promotion. [5][6]
6 George Michael 3 August 19, 2006 211 Michael was awarded the title. [5][6]
7 Havoc 1 March 18, 2007 154 Salem, Oregon [5][6]
8 George Michael 4 August 19, 2007 118 Salem, Oregon [5][6]
9 Moose Morrow 1 December 15, 2007 64 Roseburg, Oregon [5][6]
10 J.D. Michaels 1 February 17, 2008 Salem, Oregon [5][6]
Vacated April 5, 2008 Title is vacated when J.D. Michaels no-shows a scheduled title defense. [5][6]
11 Moose Morrow 2 April 5, 2008 15 Roseburg, Oregon Morrow defeated Dr. Kliever and George Michael in a 3-way match. [5][6]
12 George Michael 5 April 20, 2008 49 Salem, Orgeon [5][6]
13 Moose Morrow 3 June 8, 2008 111 Roseburg, Oregon [5][6]
14 Dr. Kliever 1 September 27, 2008 126 Springfield, Oregon [5][6]
15 G.Q. Gallo 1 January 31, 2009 77 Springfield, Oregon Gallo defeated Cedric who was subbing for Dr. Kliever. [5][6]
16 George Michael 6 April 18, 2009 98 Springfield, Oregon [5][6]
17 Aaron Bolo 1 July 25, 2009 98 Springfield, Oregon [5][6]
18 Ryan Taylor 1 October 31, 2009 302 Portland, Oregon [5][6]
19 Dr. Kliever 2 August 29, 2010 139 Portland, Oregon [5][6]
20 Erik Baeden 1 January 15, 2011 252 Portland, Oregon Baeden defeated Moose Morrow who was subbing for Dr. Kliever. [5][6]
21 Mike Santiago 1 September 24, 2011 120 Salem, Oregon Santigao defeated Baeden and Dr. Kliever in a 3-way match. [5][6]
22 Michelle Starr 1 January 22, 2012 147 Salem, Oregon Starr defeated Dr. Kliever to win the title. [5][6]
22 Nick Madrid 1 June 17, 2012 203 Salem, Oregon [5][6]
23 Ethan HD 1 January 6, 2013 238 Salem, Oregon [5][6]
24 Gangrel 1 September 1, 2013 35 Salem, Oregon [5][6]
25 Darin Corbin 1 October 6, 2013 Salem, Oregon [5][6]
Vacated April 2014 Title was vacated after Corbin was suspended. [Note 1][5][6]
26 "Hotshot" Danny Duggan 1 April 5, 2014 252 Salem, Oregon Duggan won a tournament to become the new champion. [5][6]
27 Hammerstone 1 December 13, 2014 203 Portland, Oregon [5][6]
28 Gangrel 2 July 4, 2015 <1 Portland, Oregon [5][6]
29 Hammerstone 2 July 4, 2015 91 Portland, Oregon [5][6]
30 Gangrel 3 October 3, 2015 126 Portland, Oregon [5][6]
31 Caleb Konley 1 February 6, 2016 28 Portland, Oregon [5][6]
32 Eric Right 1 March 5, 2016 28 Portland, Oregon Right defeated Konley 2-1 in an Iron Man match. It aired on WCWC on PDX-TV #098 on a tape delay date of April 9, 2016. It was held up after the match. Right defeated Konley in a Title vs. Mustache match to win the title. It aired on WCWC on PDX-TV #100 on a tape delay date of April 23, 2016. [5][6][7][8]
Vacated April 2, 2016 Vacated when Eric Right wins the WCWC Legacy Championship in a Title vs. Title match. It aired on WCWC on PDX-TV #102 on a tape delay date of May 7, 2016. [5][6][9]
33 The Grappler 3 2 April 2, 2016 154 Portland, Oregon Previously won the title as Erik Baeden. [5][6][10]
34 Adam Thornstowe 1 September 3, 2016 <1 Portland, Oregon Thornstowe pinned the Grappler 3 in a six man tag team match to become the new champion. It aired on WCWC on PDX-TV #122 on a tape delay date of October 15, 2016. [5][6][11]
35 The Grappler 3 3 September 3, 2016 338 Portland, Oregon It aired on WCWC on PDX-TV #124 on a tape delay date of October 15, 2016. [5][6][12]
36 Matt Striker 1 June 10, 2017 22 Clackamas, Oregon It aired on WCWC on PDX-TV #124 on a tape delay date of July 8, 2017. [6]
37 Darin Corbin 2 July 2, 2017 108+ Clackamas, Oregon It aired on WCWC on PDX-TV #162 on a tape delay date of September 2, 2017.

As of October 18, 2017.

Indicates the current champion
<1
The reign is shorter than one day.
¤
The exact length of at least one title reign is uncertain, so the shortest possible length is used.
Rank Champion No. of
reigns
Combined days
1 Erik Baeden/The Grappler 3 3 744
2 George Michael 6 656
3 Ryan Taylor 1 302
4 Hammerstone 2 294
5 Dr. Kliever 2 265
6 "Hotshot" Danny Duggan 1 252
7 Darin Corbin† 2 285+¤[Note 1]
8 Ethan HD 1 238
9 Nick Madrid 1 203
10 Moose Morrow 3 190
11 Gangrel 3 161
12 Havoc 1 154
13 Michelle Starr 1 147
14 Mike Santiago 1 120
15 Diafullah the Butcher 1 119
16 Aaron Bolo 1 98
17 Little Nasty Boy 1 90
18 G.Q. Gallo 1 77
19 The Blue Meanie 1 28
Caleb Konley
Eric Right
22 Matt Striker 1 22
23 Adam Thornstowe 1 <1

WCWC Tag Team Championship[edit]

WCWC Tag Team Championship
Details
Promotion West Coast Wrestling Connection
Current champion(s) Fight & Flight (Mikey O'Shea & Damian Drake)
Date won June 3, 2017
Other name(s)
  • WCWC Tag Team Championship
    (May 15, 2005 - July 17, 2011), (October 1, 2012 - present)[13]
  • NWA Northwest Tag Team Championship
    (July 17, 2011 - October 1, 2012)[13][14]

The WCWC Tag Team Championship is the tag team championship contested in the WCCW. It was first awarded on May 15, 2005 OTB (Memphis Raines & Mike Dempsey) became the first champions.[13][14]

As of October 18, 2017.

# Order in reign history
Reign The reign number for the specific set of wrestlers listed
Used for vacated reigns so as not to count it as an official reign
+ Indicates the current reign is changing daily
# Champion Reign Date Days held Location Notes Ref
1 OTB
(Memphis Raines & Mike Dempsey)
1 May 15, 2005 217 Salem, Oregon [13][14]
2 Critter & Cole Bishop 1 December 18, 2005 62 Salem, Oregon Critter defeated OTB in a handicap match to win the titles. [13][14]
3 Damon Scythe & J-Sin Sullivan 1 February 2, 2006 1 Eugene, Oregon [13][14]
4 Critter & Cole Bishop 2 February 19, 2006 28 Salem, Oregon [13][14]
5 Franchise Players
(Cedric the Hitman & G-Shock)
1 March 19, 2006 119 Salem, Oregon [13][14]
6 The Outlaw & Tim Anderson 1 July 16, 2006 90 Salem, Oregon Upon The Outlaw leaving the promotion, Jason Styles replaces him as the other half of the champions on October 14, 2006. It is unclear if it is a separate reign or a continuation. [13][14][15]
7 Cosmic River & J-Sin Sullivan (2) 1 October 15, 2006 35 Salem, Oregon [13][14]
8 Havoc & Twist 1 November 19, 2006 147 Salem, Oregon [13][14]
9 Rollin 2 Deep
(Cadillac Caliss & Wildcard)
1 April 15, 2007 126 Salem, Oregon Rolling 2 Deep defeated Havoc and Kid Kool. [13][14]
10 Jenkins Cousins
(Billy & Bobby Jenkins)
1 August 19, 2007 63 Salem, Oregon [13][14]
11 Franchise Players
(Cedric the Hitman (2) & Dr. Kliever)
2 October 21, 2007 342 Salem, Oregon [13][14]
12 Shoot 2 Kill
(Dustin Snyder & Erik Baeden)
1 September 27, 2008 152 Springfield, Oregon [13][14]
13 G.Q. Gallo & Mike Modest 1 February 28, 2009 49 Springfield, Oregon [13][14]
14 Aaron Bolo & Mike Santiago 1 April 18, 2009 70 Springfield, Oregon [13][14]
15 Domestic Partnership
(Bobby Fletcher & Deryck Crosse)
1 June 27, 2009 126 Springfield, Oregon [13][14]
16 Paynefully Large
(Chuck Payne & Patrick Large)
1 October 31, 2009 <1 Portland, Oregon [13][14]
Vacated October 31, 2009 Portland, Oregon Painfully large were stripped of the titles right after the match. [13][14]
17 Shoot 2 Kill
(Dustin Snyder & Erik Baeden)
2 February 21, 2010 223 Springfield, Oregon Shoot 2 Kill defeated Aaron Bolo and Mike Santiago in best two out of three falls tournament final to become the champions. [13][14]
Vacated October 2, 2010 The title are vacated when Snyder retires. [13][14]
18 El Tucson & "Pretty" Peter Avalon 1 November 21, 2010 90 Springfield, Oregon They defeated Erik Baeden and Jonas Albert Robinson to win the vacant titles. [13][14]
19 The Faction
(Erik Baeden (3) & George Michael)
1 February 19, 2011 148 Molalla, Oregon [13][14]
20 Paynefully Large
(Chuck Payne & Patrick Large)
2 July 17, 2011 126 Salem, Oregon [13][14]
21 Love American Style
(Freddy Bravo & Nate Andrews)
1 November 20, 2011 126 Salem, Oregon [13][14]
22 The Can-Am Experience
(Dillon Divine & Matt X-Static)
1 March 25, 2012 189 Salem, Oregon The Can-Am Experience defeated Love American Style and Eric Right & Ethan HD in a 3-way match to win the titles. [13][14][16]
23 Maxwell Chicago & Champ Mathews 1 September 30, 2012 34 Salem, Oregon [13][14]
Vacated November 4, 2012 Salem, Oregon The title are declared vacant after a match between The Cam-Am Experience and Maxwell Chicago and Champ Mathews ends in a no-contest. [13][14][17]
24 Family Stone
(Cedric the Hitman (3) & Erik Baeden (4))
1 April 6, 2013 120 Salem, Oregon Family Stone defeated the Can-Am Experience in the finals of a tournament to win the vacant titles. [13][14]
25 House Of Hess
(Wade Hess (2) & Cody Smith)
1 August 4, 2013 63 Salem, Oregon House of Hess defeated Cedric the Hitman and Jonas Albert Robinson. Robinson was subbing for an injured Erik Baeden. [13][14]
Vacated October 6, 2013 Salem, Oregon The title are declared vacant after a match between The House of Hess and Family Stone (Cedric the Hitman & Erik Baeden) ends in a no-contest. [13][14][18]
26 The Amerikan Guns
(Ethan HD & Mike Santiago (2))
1 December 1, 2013 216 Salem, Oregon The Amerikan Guns defeated The Hippies (Peaceful Willow & Seagull Dream), Cody Smith and Eric Right, Geronimo Jones and Kris Klash, Jay Maddix and Matt XStatic, Freddy Bravo and Johnny Yuma, Nate Andrews, Nick Madrid, and Pretty Intelligent (Ashton Vuitton & Causmo) in a Stampede Rumble match. [13][14][19][20]
27 Caleb Konley & Mikey O'Shea 1 July 5, 2014 <1 Portland, Oregon It aired on WCWC on PDX-TV #010 on a tape delay date of July 26, 2014 [13][14][21]
28 The Amerikan Guns
(Ethan HD & Mike Santiago (3))
2 July 5, 2014 29 Portland, Oregon It was contested in a handcuff match. It aired on WCWC on PDX-TV #011 on a tape delay date of August 2, 2014. [13][14][22]
29 Dan Joseph & Eric Right 1 August 3, 2014 1 Salem, Oregon [13][14]
30 The Amerikan Guns
(Ethan HD & Mike Santiago (4))
3 August 4, 2014 89 Portland, Oregon [13][14]
31 Gangrel & Mikey O'Shea (2) 1 November 11, 2014 15 Portland, Oregon [13][14]
32 The Wrecking Crew
(The Grappler 3 & Hammerstone)
1 November 16, 2014 104 Portland, Oregon It was contested in a best two out of three falls match. It aired on WCWC on PDX-TV #037 on a tape delay date of January 31, 2015. [13][14][23]
33 Jeremy Blanchard & Mikey O'Shea (3) 1 February 28, 2015 35 Portland, Oregon It aired on WCWC on PDX-TV #045 on a tape delay date of April 4, 2015. [13][14][14][24]
Vacated April 4, 2015 The titles are vacated when Blanchard and O'Shea split up. [13][14]
34 Whirlwind Gentlemen
(Jack Manley & Remy Marcel)
1 May 9, 2015 119 Portland, Oregon The Whirlwhind Gentleman defeated Jeremy Blanchard and Kevin Kross to win the vacant titles. It aired on WCWC on PDX-TV #051 on a tape delay date of May 16, 2015. [13][14][25]
35 The Amerikan Guns
(Ethan HD & Mike Santiago (5))
4 September 5, 2015 <1 Portland, Oregon It aired on WCWC on PDX-TV #068 on a tape delay date of September 12, 2015. [13][14][26]
36 Whirlwind Gentlemen
(Jack Manley & Remy Marcel)
2 September 5, 2015 119 Portland, Oregon This was contested in a Falls Count Anywhere match. It aired on WCWC on PDX-TV #070 on a tape delay date of September 26, 2015. [13][14][27]
37 Greg Romero & Ricky Gibson 1 January 2, 2016 126 Portland, Oregon [13][14]
Vacated May 7, 2016 [13][14]
38 The Bonus Boyz
(Clutch & Sugar Brown)
1 June 11, 2016 56 Portland, Oregon Defeated Adam Thornstowe and Jeff Boom, Marcus Malone and Mikey O'Shea, and J.J. Garrett and Ricky Gibson in 4-way elimination match. It aired on WCWC on PDX-TV #111 on a tape delay date of July 9, 2016. [13][14][28]
39 Gangrel (2) & Sinn Bodhi 1 August 6, 2016 <1 Portland, Oregon It aired on WCWC on PDX-TV #119 on a tape delay date of September 3, 2016. [13][14][29]
40 The Bonus Boyz
(Clutch & Sugar Brown)
2 August 6, 2016 301 Portland, Oregon It aired on WCWC on PDX-TV #120 on a tape delay date of September 10, 2016. [13][14][30]
41 Fight & Flight
(Mikey O'Shea (4) & Damian Drake)
1 June 3, 2017 137+ Clackamas, Oregon [14]

As of October 18, 2017.

Indicates the current champion
Rank Wrestler No. of
reigns
Combined days
1 Shoot 2 Kill
(Dustin Snyder & Erik Baeden)
2 375
2 The Bonus Boyz
(Clutch & Sugar Brown)
2 357
3 Franchise Players
(Cedric the Hitman (2) & Dr. Kliever)
1 342
4 The Amerikan Guns
(Ethan HD & Mike Santiago )
4 334
5 Whirlwind Gentlemen
(Jack Manley & Remy Marcel)
2 238
6 OTB
(Memphis Raines & Mike Dempsey)
1 217
7 The Can-Am Experience
(Dillon Divine & Matt X-Static)
1 189
8 The Faction
(Erik Baeden & George Michael)
1 148
9 Havoc & Twist 1 147
10 Rollin 2 Deep
(Cadillac Caliss & Wildcard)
1 126
Domestic Partnership
(Bobby Fletcher & Deryck Crosse)
Paynefully Large
(Chuck Payne & Patrick Large)
2
Love American Style
(Freddy Bravo & Nate Andrews)
1
Greg Romero & Ricky Gibson
15 Family Stone
(Cedric the Hitman & Erik Baeden)
1 120
16 Franchise Players
(Cedric the Hitman & G-Shock)
1 119
17 The Wrecking Crew
(The Grappler 3 & Hammerstone)
1 104
18 Critter & Cole Bishop 2 90
The Outlaw & Tim Anderson 1
El Tucson & "Pretty" Peter Avalon
21 Aaron Bolo & Mike Santiago 1 70
22 Fight & Flight
(Mikey O'Shea & Damian Drake)
1 137+
22 Jenkins Cousins
(Billy & Bobby Jenkins)
1 63
House Of Hess
(Wade Hess & Cody Smith)
24 G.Q. Gallo & Mike Modest 1 49
25 Cosmic River & J-Sin Sullivan 1 35
Jeremy Blanchard & Mikey O'Shea
27 Maxwell Chicago & Champ Mathews 1 34
28 Gangrel & Mikey O'Shea 1 15
29 Damon Scythe & J-Sin Sullivan 1 1
Dan Joseph & Eric Right
31 Caleb Konley & Mikey O'Shea 1 <1
Gangrel & Sinn Bodhi
Rank Wrestler No. of
reigns
Combined days
1 Erik Baeden/The Grappler 3 5 747
2 Cedric the Hitman 3 581
3 Mike Santiago 5 404
4 Clutch 2 357
Sugar Brown
6 Dr. Kliever 1 342
7 Ethan HD 4 334
8 Jack Manley 2 238
Remey Marcel
10 Memphis Raines 1 217
Mike Dempsey
12 Dillion Divine 1 189
Matt X-Static
14 The Outlaw/Wade Hess 2 153
15 George Michael 1 148
16 Havoc 1 147
Twist
18 Cadillac Caliss 1 126
Wildcard
Bobby Fletcher
Deryck Crosse
Chuck Payne 2
Patrick Large
Freddy Bravo 1
Nate Andrews
Greg Romero
Ricky Gibson
28 Mikey O'Shea† 4 187+
29 G-Shock 1 119
30 Hammerstone 1 104
31 Critter 2 90
Cole Bishop
Tim Anderson 1
El Tucson
"Pretty" Peter Avalon
36 Aaron Bolo 1 70
37 Damian Drake† 1 137+
37 Billy Jenkins 1 63
Bobby Jenkins
Cody Smith
40 G.Q. Gallo 1 49
Mike Modest
42 J-Sin Sullivan 2 36
43 Cosmic River 1 35
Jeremy Blanchard
45 Maxwell Chicago 1 34
Champ Mathews
47 Gangrel 2 15
48 Damon Scythe 1 1
Dan Joseph
Eric Right
51 Caleb Konley 1 <1
Sinn Bodhi

See also[edit]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ a b The exact length of Corbin's first reign is unknown. It could have lasted between 177 and 206 days.

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