WWC Puerto Rico Heavyweight Championship

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WWC Puerto Rico Heavyweight Championship
Details
Promotion World Wrestling Council
Americas Wrestling Federation
Date established January 6, 1974
Current champion(s) Lightning
Date won April 15, 2018
Other name(s)
  • AWF Puerto Rico Heavyweight Championship

The WWC Puerto Rico Championship is the secondary professional wrestling championship that is defended in the World Wrestling Council based in Puerto Rico. The title was created in January 1974 and, as its name suggests, is defended exclusively within Puerto Rico. Overall, the title has been possessed by seventy-five different wrestlers throughout the title's existence. The first champion was José Miguel Pérez, who was billed as champion upon the title's creation. He also holds the longest reign, at 426 days. Invader I holds the record for most reigns at 12.

Belt designs[edit]

The belt and its design has been changed several times for a number of reasons.

The location represented in the title's name has changed twice, both times in unofficial fashion after being rechristened and modified by its current holder in under to sell a villainous persona. During Fidel Sierra's second reign, which began on June 2, 2001, and lasted for three months, he defended the title under the name of "Cuba Heavyweight Championship". To illustrate this change, he covered the word "Puerto Rico" in the main banner with a sticker that was inscribed with the word "Cuba", also covering the map of Puerto Rico that was featured in the center of the plate with a sticker of the flag of Cuba. Sierra also covered the side plates with photos of him and his manager, Fantasy. All of these changes were reverted as soon as he lost the title. After winning the title on September 10, 2005, Brent Dail defended it as the "51st State Championship", a reference to the statehood movement and its intention to annex Puerto Rico as the 51st state of the United States. Like Sierra, he covered the main banner with a sticker inscribed with "51st State" and flanked the main plate with additional stickers featuring the acronym "USA".[1] The stickers were removed by the following champion as soon as he won the title, reverting the changes.[1]

Title history[edit]

Indicates title reigns and changes not recognized by WWC.
Names Dates Ref(s).
CSP/WWC Puerto Rico Heavyweight Championship January 6, 1974 – present
AWF Puerto Rico Heavyweight Championship (unofficial) December 21, 1991 – December 31, 1993
Cuba Heavyweight Championship (unofficial) June 2, 2001 – September 9, 2001
51st State Heavyweight Championship (unofficial) September 10, 2005 – November 5, 2005 [1]
Wrestler: Times: Date: Location: Notes:
José Miguel Pérez 1 January 6, 1974 Guaynabo, Puerto Rico Billed as champion on WWC's first show.
Dr. Klodied 1 March 8, 1975 Caguas, Puerto Rico
José Miguel Pérez 2 March 22, 1975 Bayamón, Puerto Rico
Vacant August 30, 1975 Bayamón, Puerto Rico Title held up after match between José Miguel Pérez and Spoiler II .
José Miguel Pérez 3 September 20, 1975 Bayamón, Puerto Rico [2]
Tosh Togo 1 October 4, 1975 Bayamón, Puerto Rico
Vacant December 13, 1975 Caguas, Puerto Rico Stripped for deliberately being counted out to keep the title.
Hercules Ayala 1 February 21, 1976 Bayamón, Puerto Rico Defeat Spoiler I in tournament final.
Tor Kamata 1 May 22, 1976 Caguas, Puerto Rico
José Rivera, Sr. 1 August 21, 1976 Caguas, Puerto Rico
Eric The Red 1 December 25, 1976 Bayamón, Puerto Rico
Vacant April 2, 1977 San Juan, Puerto Rico Title held up after match Eric the Red and Ernie Ladd.
José Miguel Pérez 4 May 7, 1977 Bayamón, Puerto Rico Defeated Huracan Castillo tournament final.[3]
Huracán Castillo (Pedro Castillo) 1 May 14, 1977 Caguas, Puerto Rico
Hercules Ayala 2 June 18, 1977 Caguas, Puerto Rico
Invader I 1 September 24, 1977 Bayamón, Puerto Rico
Carlos Colón 1 October 15, 1977 Bayamón, Puerto Rico
Ox Baker 1 April 8, 1978 Caguas, Puerto Rico
Carlos Colón 2 May 6, 1978 Bayamón, Puerto Rico [4]
Kengo Kimura 1 July 15, 1978 Caguas, Puerto Rico
Carlos Colón 3 August 12, 1978 Caguas, Puerto Rico
Abdullah the Butcher 1 November 18, 1978 Bayamón, Puerto Rico
Pampero Firpo 1 July 31, 1979 Bayamón, Puerto Rico [5]
Vacant August 11, 1979 Bayamón, Puerto Rico Title held up after match between Carlos Colón and Pampero Firpo.
Carlos Colón 4 September 22, 1979 Bayamón, Puerto Rico Defeat Firpo in rematch.
Abdullah the Butcher 2 December 15, 1979 Bayamón, Puerto Rico
Vacant January 5, 1980 Bayamón, Puerto Rico Title held up after match between Carlos Colón and Abdullah the Butcher.
Carlos Colón 5 January 12, 1980 Bayamón, Puerto Rico Defeat Abdullah in rematch.
Vacant May 2, 1981 San Juan, Puerto Rico Held up after match between Carlos Colón and Killer Karl Krupp.
Carlos Colón 6 May 9, 1981 Bayamón, Puerto Rico Defeat Killer Karl Krupp.
Abdullah the Butcher 3 August 10, 1981 San Juan, Puerto Rico
Carlos Colón 7 September 26, 1981 Bayamón, Puerto Rico
Mongolian Stomper 1 February 6, 1982 Bayamón, Puerto Rico
Carlos Colón 8 March 13, 1982 Bayamón, Puerto Rico
Vacant July 24, 1982 San Juan, Puerto Rico When Colón won the WWC World Heavyweight Title.
Dory Funk Jr. 1 August 14, 1982 Bayamon, Puerto Rico Defeat Pierre Martel in a tournament final.
Invader I 2 October 16, 1982 San Juan, Puerto Rico Also win the WWC North American Heavyweight Championship on March 27, 1982 in Bayamón, Puerto Rico later defeats Dory Funk, Jr. in a double title texas death match for the WWC North American and Puerto Rico Heavyweight titles. [6]
King Tonga 1 January 15, 1983 San Juan, Puerto Rico
Bob Sweetan 1 October 23, 1983 Mayagüez, Puerto Rico
King Tonga 2 March 24, 1984 Bayamón, Puerto Rico
Terry Gibbs 1 May 12, 1984 Bayamón, Puerto Rico
Hercules Ayala 3 June 14, 1984 Bayamón, Puerto Rico
Konga The Barbarian 1 July 7, 1984 Bayamón, Puerto Rico
Invader I 3 September 15, 1984 San Juan, Puerto Rico
Black Gordman 1 December 6, 1984 Bayamón, Puerto Rico
Super Médico I 1 April 10, 1985 Aguadilla, Puerto Rico
Fidel Sierra 1 June 8, 1985 Caguas, Puerto Rico
Super Medico I 2 July 6, 1985 Carolina, Puerto Rico
Eric Embry 1 August 17, 1985 Bayamón, Puerto Rico
Super Médico I 3 May 17, 1986 Caguas, Puerto Rico
Eric Embry 2 May 31, 1986 Bayamón, Puerto Rico
Invader I 4 June 28, 1986 Bayamón, Puerto Rico
Al Pérez 1 October 22, 1986 San Juan, Puerto Rico
Mighty Igor 1 November 29, 1986 San Juan, Puerto Rico
Kareem Mumhammad 1 June 6, 1987 Guaynabo, Puerto Rico
Miguel Perez, Jr. 1 December 13, 1987 San Juan, Puerto Rico
Super Black Ninja 1 May 14, 1988 Caguas, Puerto Rico
Ricky Santana 1 August 6, 1988 San Juan, Puerto Rico
Bobby Jaggers 1 October 8, 1988 Carolina, Puerto Rico
Ricky Santana 2 November 24, 1988 Carolina, Puerto Rico
Hercules Ayala 4 December 17, 1988 Bayamón, Puerto Rico
Vacant January 6, 1989 San Juan, Puerto Rico When Ayala loses a loser-leaves-town match to Carlos Colón.
TNT 1 February 4, 1989 Bayamón, Puerto Rico Defeat Sika in a tournament final.
Abudda Dein 1 February 25, 1989 Carolina, Puerto Rico
Invader I 5 May 14, 1989 San Juan, Puerto Rico
Ivan Koloff 1 July 15, 1989 Caguas, Puerto Rico
Invader I 6 October 7, 1989 Bayamón, Puerto Rico
Manny Fernandez 1 January 13, 1990 Bayamón, Puerto Rico
Vacant June 30, 1990 Due to injury.
AWF Puerto Rico Heavyweight Championship
Huracán Castillo, Jr. 1(†) October 12, 1991 Bayamón, Puerto Rico Defeat Hector Guerrero.

[7]

Miguel Pérez, Jr. 2† November 15, 1991 Bayamón, Puerto Rico
Huracan Castillo, Jr. 1(2) December 16, 1991
Vacant March 14, 1992 Declared vacant when title was unified with the américas heavyweight title.
Steve Corino 1† December 2, 1992 Defeated Miguel Pérez, Jr. in a tournament final.
Jake The Snake Roberts 1† June 5, 1993 Caguas, Puerto Rico [7]
Vacant December 5, 1993 Declared vacant when Americas Wrestling Federation closes.
WWC Puerto Rico Heavyweight Championship
Ray González 1 February 26, 1994 Defeat Jason The Terrible in a tornoument final.
Jason the Terrible 1 February 25, 1995
Invader I 7 June 17, 1995
El Bronco I 1 November 18, 1995 Bayamón, Puerto Rico
Invader I 8 January 6, 1996 San Juan, Puerto Rico [8]
Huracán Castillo, Jr. 2(3) June 8, 1996 Arroyo, Puerto Rico
Vacant November 28, 1996 Held-up after a match vs Ray Gonzalez.
Ray González 2 December 15, 1996 Caguas, Puerto Rico Defeat Castillo in a rematch.
Huracán Castillo, Jr. 3(4) March 29, 1997 Bayamón, Puerto Rico
Ray González 3 April 27, 1997 Cabo Rojo, Puerto Rico
Mohammed Hussein 1 May 28, 1997 Gurabo, Puerto Rico [9]
Ricky Santana 3 September 6, 1997 Humacao, Puerto Rico
Villano III 1 November 27, 1997 Caguas, Puerto Rico
Ricky Santana 4 November 29, 1997 Arecibo, Puerto Rico
Villano III 2 December 21, 1997 San Germán, Puerto Rico
Glamour Boy Shane 1 August 1, 1998 San Juan, Puerto Rico
Victor The Bodyguard 1 October 31, 1998 Ponce, Puerto Rico
Carlos Colón 9 February 20, 1999 Humacao, Puerto Rico
Vacant June 20, 1999 Due to a knee injury.
José Rivera, Jr. 1 July 10, 1999 Guaynabo, Puerto Rico Defeat Victor The Bodyguard in a tournament final.
Mustafa Saed 1 September 11, 1999 Fajardo, Puerto Rico
El Nene 1 October 23, 1999 Manatí, Puerto Rico Pined "Mr.Hardcore"Rico Suave in a handicap match.
Harley Lewis 1 November 11, 1999 Cayey, Puerto Rico
José Rivera, Jr. 2 January 19, 2000 Carolina, Puerto Rico
Rex King 1 February 12, 2000 Guaynabo, Puerto Rico
Titán (David Irizarry) 1 March 26, 2000 Carolina, Puerto Rico
Invader I 9 September 30, 2000 Carolina, Puerto Rico
Paul LeDuc 1 March 10, 2001 Morovis, Puerto Rico
Invader I 10 April 7, 2001 Carolina, Puerto Rico
Fidel Sierra 2 June 2, 2001 Morovis, Puerto Rico
Invader I 11 September 9, 2001 Bayamón, Puerto Rico
Jim Steele 1 November 3, 2001 Carolina, Puerto Rico
Invader I 12 November 24, 2001 Caguas, Puerto Rico
Ray González 4 February 9, 2002 Caguas, Puerto Rico
Hercules Ayala 5 March 9, 2002 Carolina, Puerto Rico
Ray González 5 March 24, 2002 Orocovis, Puerto Rico
Rico Suave 1 June 30, 2002 Maricao, Puerto Rico Win a double title match for the WWC Television and Puerto Rico heavyweight titles.
Ricky Santana 5 November 28, 2002 Mayagüez, Puerto Rico Defeated El Nene in a tournament final.
El Nene 2 December 14, 2002 Caguas, Puerto Rico
Vacant January 5, 2003 Caguas, Puerto Rico Held up after match against Fidel Sierra.
Fidel Sierra 3 January 11, 2003 Morovis, Puerto Rico Defeat El Nene in a rematch.
El Nene 3 January 18, 2003 San Lorenzo, Puerto Rico
Vacant April 25, 2003 After El Nene left WWC.
Eddie Colón 1 May 31, 2003 Carolina, Puerto Rico Defeat Dominican Boy in a tournament final.
Dominican Boy (Julio César Cruz) 1 June 7, 2003 Cayey, Puerto Rico
Vacant September 13, 2003 Yabucoa, Puerto Rico After Dominican Boy won the WWC Universal Heavyweight title.
José Rivera Jr. 3 September 27, 2003 Caguas, Puerto Rico Defeat Eddie Colón in a tournament final.
Eddie Colón 2 October 25, 2003 Cidra, Puerto Rico
José Rivera, Jr. 4 November 15, 2003 Guaynabo, Puerto Rico
Eddie Colón 3 November 29, 2003 Bayamón, Puerto Rico
José Rivera, Jr. 5 December 20, 2003 Caguas, Puerto Rico
Vacant December 21, 2003 Coamo, Puerto Rico Held-up in a match vs Eddie Colón.
José Rivera, Jr. 6 January 3, 2004 Bayamón, Puerto Rico Defeat Eddie Colón.
Vacant January 24, 2004 Caguas, Puerto Rico Held-up in a match vs Vengador Boricua.
José Rivera, Jr. 7 February 7, 2004 Caguas, Puerto Rico Defeat Vengador Boricua to regain the title.
Huracán Castillo, Jr. 4(5) April 24, 2004 Caguas, Puerto Rico
José Rivera, Jr. 8 May 8, 2004 Caguas, Puerto Rico
Huracán Castillo, Jr. 5(6) May 15, 2004 Caguas, Puerto Rico Wins title by forfeit when Rivera Jr. failed to show up.
Eddie Colón 4 July 3, 2004 Caguas, Puerto Rico
El Bronco I 2 October 23, 2004 Camuy, Puerto Rico
Eddie Colón 5 November 6, 2004 Guaynabo, Puerto Rico Defeat El Bronco I in a double title match for the WWC Universal and Puerto Rico Heavyweight titles.
El Bronco I 3 November 19, 2004 Adjuntas, Puerto Rico
Eric Alexander 1 December 11, 2004 Caguas, Puerto Rico
La Amenaza Bryan 1 March 26, 2005 Caguas, Puerto Rico
Chris Joel 1 May 20, 2005 Bayamón, Puerto Rico
Brent Dail 1 September 10, 2005 Caguas, Puerto Rico
Abbad 1 November 5, 2005 Bayamón, Puerto Rico
Rico Suave 2 December 10, 2005 Bayamón, Puerto Rico
Abbad 2 February 4, 2006 Bayamón, Puerto Rico Defeat Rico Suave in a no rope barbed wired match.
Rico Suave 3 February 18, 2006 Villalba, Puerto Rico
El Bronco I 4 March 25, 2006 Carolina, Puerto Rico Defeat Rico Suave in a street fight.
Romeo Roselli 1 April 15, 2006 Carolina, Puerto Rico
El Bronco I 5 April 22, 2006 Bayamón, Puerto Rico Defeat Romeo Roselli in a loser leaves town match.
Alex Montalvo 1 June 24, 2006 Bayamón, Puerto Rico
Fire Blaze 1 September 9, 2006 Ponce, Puerto Rico
Barrabás, Jr. 1 November 4, 2006 Salinas, Puerto Rico Defeat Fire Blaze in a Lumberjack match.
Fire Blaze 2 December 17, 2006 Bayamón, Puerto Rico Defeat Rico Suave, Alex Montalvo and Barrabás, Jr. in a fatal 4-way Mask vs. Hair vs. Career vs. title match. Tim Arson was the special referee.
Alex Montalvo 2 February 3, 2007 Bayamón, Puerto Rico
Fire Blaze 3 February 10, 2007 Manatí, Puerto Rico
Ash Rubinsky 1 March 24, 2007 Ponce, Puerto Rico
Fire Blaze 4 April 7, 2007 Caguas, Puerto Rico Defeat Ash Rubinsky in a Ladder match.
Huracán Castillo, Jr. 6(7) April 28, 2007 Ponce, Puerto Rico Defeat Fire Blaze in a Chain Match.
Crazy Rudy 1 October 6, 2007 Ponce, Puerto Rico
"Jumping" Jeff Jeffrey 1 October 27, 2007 Ponce, Puerto Rico
Vacant January 5, 2008 After Jeff Jeffrey left WWC.
BJ 1 July 19, 2008 San Juan, Puerto Rico Won a royal rumble in the final of the "Puerto Rico Open Challenge".[10]
Tommy Diablo 1 August 9, 2008 Bayamón, Puerto Rico
BJ 2 December 13, 2008 Bayamón, Puerto Rico
Charles Evans 1 February 14, 2009 Manatí, Puerto Rico Defeat BJ in a street fight match.
BJ 3 March 6, 2009 Ponce, Puerto Rico Won the title in a No disqualification match.
Idol Stevens 1 May 16, 2009 Caguas, Puerto Rico  
The Glamour Boy Shane 2 August 8, 2009 Aibonito, Puerto Rico  
Orlando Colón 5 September 26, 2009 Bayamón, Puerto Rico Defeat Shane in a lumberjack match.
El Sensacional Carlitos 1 February 27, 2010 Ponce, Puerto Rico
Orlando Colón 6 July 11, 2010 Bayamón, Puerto Rico  
El Sensacional Carlitos 2 September 25, 2010 Bayamón, Puerto Rico Defeat Orlando Colón in a steel cage match.
Black Pain 1 October 23, 2010 Bayamón, Puerto Rico
El Sensacional Carlitos 3 November 13, 2010 Bayamón, Puerto Rico
Gilbert 1 November 27, 2010 Bayamón, Puerto Rico
El Sensacional Carlitos 4 December 12, 2010 Bayamón, Puerto Rico
Hideo Saito 1 February 19, 2011 Carolina, Puerto Rico
Glamour Boy Shane 3 March 26, 2011 Carolina, Puerto Rico
Gilbert 2 May 14, 2011 Bayamón, Puerto Rico
El Sensacional Carlitos 5 September 3, 2011 Bayamón, Puerto Rico Title was awarded by the referee Artache after Gilbert no showed due to a controversy fight with Invader I. [11]
Gilbert 3 September 10, 2011 Carolina, Puerto Rico [12]
Vacant February 18, 2012 San Juan, Puerto Rico Gilbert vacated the title and give it to Jovica to focus on the Universal Championship.
Johnny Ringo (Alexander Page) 1 March 4, 2012 Bayamón, Puerto Rico Defeat Bryan, Joe Bravo and Mr. Big in a fatal 4-way match.
La Amenaza Bryan 2 April 28, 2012 Guaynabo, Puerto Rico Defeat Johnny Ringo and Joe Bravo.
Vacant June 9, 2012 Cataño, Puerto Rico La Amenaza Bryan left WWC. The tournament final between Gilbert and Apolo on November 24, 2012 in Bayamón, Puerto Rico ends as a DDQ.
Gilbert 4 December 6, 2012 Bayamón, Puerto Rico Defeat Apolo in rematch.
Vacant January 26, 2013 Due to Gilbert injury.
Samson Walker 1 January 26, 2013 Cataño, Puerto Rico Awarded when Gilbert no-shows the scheduled defense.
Chicano 1 February 9, 2013 Cataño, Puerto Rico
Samson Walker 2 March 3, 2013 Bayamón, Puerto Rico
Chicano 2 March 16, 2013 Bayamón, Puerto Rico This was a Boxing Match in which Chicano KO'd out Samson Walker.
Bronco I 6 July 27, 2013 Bayamón, Puerto Rico
Apolo 1 November 16, 2013 Bayamón, Puerto Rico
TNT 2 March 30, 2014 Bayamón, Puerto Rico [13]
Vacant April 19, 2014 Bayamón, Puerto Rico Title held up after a match between TNT and Apolo ended as no contest.
TNT 3 April 26, 2014 Bayamón, Puerto Rico Defeat Apolo in rematch.
Carlito Caribbean Cool 1 July 19, 2014 Bayamón, Puerto Rico [14]
Gilbert 5 October 10, 2014 Yabucoa, Puerto Rico [15]
Chicano 3 October 25, 2014 Caguas, Puerto Rico [16]
Gilbert 6 November 8, 2014 Bayamón, Puerto Rico [17]
Chicano 4 December 6, 2014 Bayamón, Puerto Rico
Ricardo Rodriguez 1 January 24, 2015 Bayamón, Puerto Rico [18]
Chicano 5 February 21, 2015 Bayamón, Puerto Rico [19]
Member of La Revolución 1 February 28, 2015 Cataño, Puerto Rico A masked member of the stable La Revolución. His true identity is unknown.[20]
Mike Mendoza 1 May 16, 2015 Isabela, Puerto Rico [20]
Member of La Revolución 2 August 1, 2015 Bayamón, Puerto Rico
El Hijo de Ray González 1 September 26, 2015 Bayamón, Puerto Rico [21]
Joe Bravo 1 October 17, 2015 Bayamón, Puerto Rico [22]
Miguel Pérez, Jr. 3 November 7, 2015 Bayamón, Puerto Rico [23]
Ángel Fashion 1 January 23, 2016 Bayamón, Puerto Rico Defeat Joe Bravo and Miguel Pérez in a 3-way match.[24]
El Sensacional Carlitos 6 March 19, 2016 Bayamón, Puerto Rico Defeat Ángel Fashion in the first of 2-fall match with the stipulation that Puerto Rico title is on the line for the first fall and hair-vs-hair for the second fall.
Ángel Fashion 2 March 26, 2016 Bayamón, Puerto Rico
Chicano 6 May 28, 2016 Bayamón, Puerto Rico
Mike Mendoza 2 January 7, 2017 Bayamón, Puerto Rico Won a 9-man battle royal last eliminating Ray González, Jr.
Lightning 1 April 29, 2017 Manatí, Puerto Rico
Gilbert 7 August 5, 2017 Bayamón, Puerto Rico
Chicano 7 March 18, 2018 Dorado, Puerto Rico
Mighty Ursus 1 March 31, 2018 Manati, Puerto Rico Defeated Chicano and Thunder in a Three-way Match.
Lightning 2 April 15, 2018 Dorado, Puerto Rico

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