WWC Television Championship

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WWC Television Championship
Details
Promotion World Wrestling Council
Date established September 19, 1986
Date retired July 11, 2008

The WWC Television Championship is a professional wrestling championship that is currently defended in the World Wrestling Council. The title was initially created in 1986 and used until 2003. However, the title was reinstated on February 3, 2007.[1]

Title History[edit]

Wrestler: Reigns: Date: Place: Notes:
Ron Starr 1 September 19, 1986 Ponce, Puerto Rico Defeat Invader I in a Tournament Final.
Invader I 1 November 5, 1986 Arecibo, Puerto Rico
Jason The Terrible 1 January 17, 1987 Caguas, Puerto Rico
Invader I 2 September 18, 1987 San Juan, Puerto Rico
Grizzly Boone 1 October 24, 1987 Bayamón, Puerto Rico
Invader I 3 November 25, 1987 San Juan, Puerto Rico
Held up after a match between Invader I and Super Black Ninja on January 8, 1988 in San Juan, Puerto Rico.
Super Black Ninja 1 February 6, 1988 Guaynabo, Puerto Rico
Invader I 4 April 2, 1988 Bayamón, Puerto Rico
Ron Starr 2 June 25, 1988 Carolina, Puerto Rico
Carlos Colón 1 August 20, 1988 Bayamón, Puerto Rico [2]
Jason The Terrible 2 January 28, 1989 Carolina, Puerto Rico
Carlos Colón 2 March 11, 1989 Carolina, Puerto Rico Defeat Jason The Terrible in a barbed wire match for the WWC Television and Universal Heavyweight titles.
Vacant on May 22, 1989 after Colon was injured by Steve Strong on May 20, 1989.
TNT 1 June 17, 1989 San Juan, Puerto Rico Defeat Abudda Dein for the vacant title.
Vacant when TNT wins the WWC Universal Heavyweight Title on February 9, 1990.
Leo Burke 1 March 24, 1990 Caguas, Puerto Rico Defeat Carlos Colón in a tournament final later defeat The Invaders for the WWC Caribbean Tag Team Championship with Chicky Starr on March 25, 1990.
TNT 2 April 25, 1990 San Juan, Puerto Rico
Vacant on December 1990.
Action Jackson (Original TNT) 1 January 26, 1991 Caguas, Puerto Rico Defeat TNT in a 6-man tournament for the vacant title, later loses a name match on March 2, 1991 in Bayamón, Puerto Rico against TNT. [3]
TNT 3 March 30, 1991 Bayamón, Puerto Rico
King Kong 1 April 20, 1991 Bayamón, Puerto Rico
TNT 4 June 1, 1991 Bayamón, Puerto Rico [4]
Fidel Sierra 1 October 19, 1991 Bayamón, Puerto Rico
TNT 5 October 26, 1991 Carolina, Puerto Rico
Dick Murdoch 1 November 23, 1991 Arroyo, Puerto Rico
Invader I 5 December 25, 1991 San Juan, Puerto Rico
Dick Murdoch 2 January 6, 1992 San Juan, Puerto Rico
Vacant and inactive when Murdoch left the promotion on January 6, 1993.
Carlos Colón 3 June 4, 1994< Defeat Mighty Kodiak in a tournament final for the vacant title.
Vacant after Carlos Colón win the WWC Universal Heavyweight Championship in a Texas double title match on August 7, 1994 in Ponce, Puerto Rico against Dutch Mantel.[5]
Dutch Mantel 1 September 1994 Won the vacant title.
Mighty Kodiak 1 ??? 1994 ???
Rex King 1 ??? 1995 ???
Sean Morley 1 ??? 1995 ???
Ricky Santana 1 ??? 1995 ???
Rex King 2 ??? 1995 ???
Pulgarcito 1 November 11, 1995 ???
Mighty Kodiak 2 November 26, 1995 Caguas, Puerto Rico
Sweet Brown Sugar 1 January 6, 1996 Caguas, Puerto Rico
Ricky Santana 2 March 23, 1996 Caguas, Puerto Rico
"Jungle" Jim Steele 1 April 20, 1996 Caguas, Puerto Rico
El Bronco I 1 May 18, 1996 Caguas, Puerto Rico
Sean Morley 2 May 30, 1996 Caguas, Puerto Rico Still recognized as champion even in 1997 when he joins WWF.
Inactive till March 3, 1999 when WWC announced the title was vacant.
Glamour Boy Shane 1 April 2, 1999 Guaynabo, Puerto Rico Defeat "Jungle" Jim Steele for vacant title.
Mustafa Saed 1 August 14, 1999 Caguas, Puerto Rico
Glamour Boy Shane 2 September 19, 1999 Guaynabo, Puerto Rico
Chicky Starr 1 November 13, 1999 Nagüabo, Puerto Rico
Glamour Boy Shane 3 January 6, 2000 Caguas, Puerto Rico
Rex King 3 March 19, 2000 Cabo Rojo, Puerto Rico
Chris Grant 1 April 21, 2001 Orocovis, Puerto Rico
Alex Porteau 1 July 7, 2001 Carolina, Puerto Rico
Chris Grant 2 July 28, 2001 Orocovis, Puerto Rico Defeat Richie Santiago by forteit when Alex Pourteau leaves from WWC.
Bad Boy Bradley 1 September 8, 2001 Bayamón, Puerto Rico
Super Gladiador (Ricky Frontán) 1 October 6, 2001 Caguas, Puerto Rico
Ricky Santana 3 March 16, 2002 Aibonito, Puerto Rico
Rico Suave 1 April 6, 2002 Caguas, Puerto Rico
Ray González 1 April 27, 2002 San Lorenzo, Puerto Rico Also defeat Hercules Ayala for the WWC Puerto Rico Heavyweight Championship.
Carlos Colón 4 June 8, 2002 Toa Baja, Puerto Rico
Ray González 2 June 15, 2002 Caguas, Puerto Rico
Vacant when Ray Gonzalez leaves WWC on July 1, 2002.
Wilfredo Alejandro 1 July 6, 2002 Cayey, Puerto Rico Won a battle royal for the vacant title.
Fidel Sierra 2 August 24, 2002 Coamo, Puerto Rico
Chris Candido 1 June 6, 2003 Cayey, Puerto Rico
Vengador Boricua 1 July 19, 2003 Carolina, Puerto Rico
Vacant and Inactive on August 7, 2003 when Vengador Boricua leaves WWC.
Barrabás, Jr. 1 February 3, 2007 Caguas, Puerto Rico Later the decision has been revocated after Barrabás, Jr. use a illegal object.
Superstar Romeo 1 February 3, 2007 Caguas, Puerto Rico Defeat Barrabás, Jr. for the vacant Championship.
Rico Suave 2 March 17, 2007 Bayamón, Puerto Rico
Crazy Rudy 1 April 28, 2007 Bayamón, Puerto Rico Defeat Rico Suave in a extreme rules match.
Rico Suave 3 August 18, 2007 Vega Baja, Puerto Rico
Vacant on November 17, 2007 in Jayuya, Puerto Rico [6]
Ash Rubinsky 1 November 24, 2007 Bayamón, Puerto Rico Won a 7-man battle royal.
Vacant on January 4, 2008 when Ash Rubinsky leaves WWC.
BJ 1 January 6, 2008 San Juan, Puerto Rico Won a 11-man battle royal.
Hammett 1 March 1, 2008 Toa Baja, Puerto Rico
B.J. 2 March 15, 2008 Lares, Puerto Rico
Chris Joel 1 May 10, 2008 Bayamón, Puerto Rico
Vacant and abandoned on July 11, 2008 when Chris Joel jumps to IWA.

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