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The ECCW Championship (formerly known as the NWA/ECCW Heavyweight Championship) is the top singles championship in Elite Canadian Championship Wrestling. It was first established in 1996 in the then-independent ECCW, and its name was changed when ECCW joined the National Wrestling Alliance in 1998.

ECCW Championship
Details
PromotionElite Canadian Championship Wrestling
Date establishedJanuary 21, 1996
Current champion(s)Air Adonis
Date wonSeptember 9, 2017

Title historyEdit

Name Years
ECCW Championship January 1996 – 1998
December 24, 2011-present
NWA/ECCW Pacific Northwest Heavyweight Championship 1998–December 2005
NWA Top Ranked Heavyweight Championship December 2005–November 2006
NWA/ECCW Heavyweight Championship November 2006 – 2011

As of October 13, 2019.

Reign The reign number for the specific champion listed
Location The city in which the title was won
+ Indicates the current reign is changing daily
<1 Indicates reign was less than a day
No. Champion Reign Date Days held Location Notes Ref.
1 The Bodyguard 1 January 21, 1996 11 Campbell River, BC
Vacated February 1996
2 John Rambo 1 March 19, 1996 149 Port Alberni, BC Defeated Jimmy Snuka in a tournament final.
3 Michelle Starr 1 August 15, 1996 221 Nanaimo, BC
4 Torch 1 April 24, 1997 32 Nanaimo, BC Wins title in a battle royal.
5 Michelle Starr 2 May 26, 1997 82 Duncan, BC
6 Mike Roselli 1 August 16, 1997 4 Nanaimo, BC
7 Randy Tyler 1 August 20, 1997 282 Nanaimo, BC
8 Mr. Gillis 1 May 29, 1998 154 New Westminster, BC
9 Ladies' Choice 1 October 30, 1998 14 New Westminster, BC Wins title in a battle royal.
10 Randy Tyler 2 November 13, 1998 77 New Westminster, BC
11 Mike Roselli 2 January 29, 1999 91 New Westminster, BC
Vacated April 30, 1999 Roselli no-shows a scheduled title defense.
12 Michelle Starr 3 April 30, 1999 133 New Westminster, BC Defeated Rage Man in tournament final.
13 Juggernaut 1 September 10, 1999 35 New Westminster, BC
14 Johnny Canuck 1 October 15, 1999 12 New Westminster, BC Defeats Juggernaut and Leviathan in a three-way match
15 Juggernaut 2 October 27, 1999 38 Nanaimo, BC
Vacated December 4, 1999 Juggernaut was stripped of the title.
16 Juggernaut 3 December 11, 1999 83 New Westminster, BC Defeated Mr. Gillis in tournament final.
17 Kurrgan 1 February 25, 2000 61 New Westminster, BC
18 Juggernaut 4 April 26, 2000 1 New Westminster, BC
19 Kurrgan 2 April 27, 2000 86 New Westminster, BC
Vacated July 22, 2000 Kurrgan was stripped of the title.
20 Juggernaut 5 July 22, 2000 124 Surrey, BC Defeats Leatherface to win the vacant title.
21 Dr. Luther 1 November 23, 2000 373 Nanaimo, BC
22 Chance Beckett 1 December 1, 2001 76 Vancouver, WA
Vacated February 15, 2002 Beckett vacates title due to personal reasons.
23 Black Dragon 1 February 15, 2002 105 Surrey, BC Defeated Adam Firestorm to win the vacant title.
24 Scotty Mac 1 May 31, 2002 470 Surrey, BC
25 Ladies' Choice 2 September 13, 2002 203 Surrey, BC
26 Scotty Mac 2 April 4, 2003 175 Surrey, BC
27 Vance Nevada 1 September 26, 2003 393 Surrey, BC
28 Mike Roselli 3 October 23, 2004 1 Vancouver, BC
Vacated October 23, 2004 Vancouver, BC Vacant when Roselli, within minutes of winning the title, tries to sell the belt to Brian Sommers.
29 Ladies' Choice 3 November 20, 2004 70 Vancouver, BC Defeated Juggernaut in an 8-man tournament final.
30 Scotty Mac 3 January 29, 2005 48 Vancouver, BC
31 Juggernaut 6 March 18, 2005 315 Surrey, BC
32 Sweet Daddy Devastation 1 January 27, 2006 <1 Vancouver, BC
33 Randy Tyler 3 January 27, 2006 511 Vancouver, BC Aaron Idol defeats SDD for the title on March 11, 2006; however, Tyler presents a contract, signed unknowingly by SDD prior to winning the title on January 27, 2006, which states that if SDD won the title, Tyler would be the rightful champion.
34 Aaron Idol 1 June 22, 2007 189 Surrey, BC
35 Scotty Mac 4 December 28, 2007 301 Surrey, BC Awarded title by forfeit when Idol is not medically cleared to wrestle due to shoulder injury.
36 Memphis 1 October 24, 2008 35 Surrey, BC This was a five-way, submissions only steel cage match also featuring El Phantasmo, Kyle O'Reilly and Rick the Weapon X.
37 Scotty Mac 5 November 28, 2008 63 Surrey, BC This was an I Quit match.
38 Memphis 2 January 30, 2009 246 Surrey, BC This was a Texas Death match.
39 Billy Suede 1 October 3, 2009 167 Vancouver, BC
40 Sid Sylum 1 March 19, 2010 249 Surrey, BC
Vacated November 23, 2010 Title is declared vacant after Sylum suffers a hip injury at Halloween Hell.
41 Bishop 1 December 26, 2010 69 Surrey, BC Defeated Tony Baroni in tournament finals for vacant title at Seasons Beatings.
42 Tony Baroni 1 March 5, 2011 13 Vancouver, BC
Vacated March 18, 2011
43 Pete Powers 1 January 27, 2012 79 Surrey, BC Powers defeats El Phantasmo in the final of a tournament to crown a new champion.
Vacated April 15, 2012 Powers is stripped of the title, as he is unable to defend the championship in a timely fashion due to his ongoing tour of Mexico.
44 Sid Sylum 2 April 27, 2012 78 Surrey, BC Sylum defeats Ethan HD in the final of a tournament to crown a new champion.
45 J-Sin Sullivan 1 July 14, 2012 105 Vancouver, BC
46 Sid Sylum 3 October 27, 2012 84 New Westminster, BC
47 Cremator Von Slasher 1 January 19, 2013 90 New Westminster, BC
48 Moondog Manson 1 April 19, 2013 1 Surrey, BC
49 MR2 1 April 20, 2013 <1 Port Coquitlam, BC
Vacated April 20, 2013 Port Coquitlam, BC MR2 was stripped of the title due to paying off the referee on the same day he won the title.
50 El Phantasmo 1 July 6, 2013 196 Vancouver, BC
51 Ravenous Randy 1 January 18, 2014 154 Vancouver, BC
52 Bishop 2 June 21, 2014 63 Vancouver, BC
53 Nicole Matthews 1 August 23, 2014 42 Vancouver, BC
54 Bishop 3 October 4, 2014 105 Vancouver, BC
55 Nicole Matthews 2 January 17, 2015 175 Vancouver, BC
56 Artemis Spencer 1 July 11, 2015 35 Vancouver, BC Defeated Matthews, Ethan HD and Billy Suede in a Ladder match. Also, Spencer's NWA Canadian Heavyweight Championship was on the line.
57 Scotty Mac 6 August 15, 2015 154 Vancouver, BC
58 El Phantasmo 2 January 16, 2016 364 Vancouver, BC Defeated Scotty in a Steel Cage match.
59 Kyle O'Reilly 1 January 14, 2017 <1 Vancouver, BC Defeated El Phantasmo after ELP made an open challenge to any TV wrestler.
Vacated January 14, 2017 Vancouver, BC O'Reilly vacated the title immediately after winning it to ensure ECCW would have a fighting champion while he figured out his future.
60 Nicole Matthews 3 March 4, 2017 189 Vancouver, BC Defeated El Phantasmo and Tony Baroni in the finals of the Pacific Cup to win the vacant title. [1]
61 Air Adonis 1 September 9, 2017 764+ Vancouver, BC

List of combined reignsEdit

As of October 13, 2019.

Indicates the current champion
<1 Indicates reign was less than a day
Rank Champion No. of reigns Combined days
1 Scotty Mac 6 1,211
2 Randy Tyler 3 870
3 Juggernaut 5 596
4 Michelle Starr 3 436
5 Sid Sylum 3 411
6 Vance Nevada 1 393
7 El Phantasmo 2 560
8 Nicole Matthews 3 406
9 Dr. Luther 1 373
10 Ladies Choice 3 287
11 Memphis 2 281
12 Bishop 3 237
13 Aaron Idol 1 189
14 Air Adonis† 764+
15 Billy Suede 167
16 Mr. Gillis 154
17 Ravenous Randy 154
18 John Rambo 1 149
19 Kurrgan 2 147
20 Black Dragon 1 105
J-Sin Sullivan
22 Mike Roselli 3 96
23 Cremator Von Slasher 1 90
24 Pete Powers 79
25 Chance Beckett 76
26 Artemis Spencer 35
27 Torch 32
28 Tony Baroni 13
29 Johnny Canuck 12
30 The Bodyguard 11
31 Moondog Manson 1
32 Sweet Daddy Devastation <1
MR2
Kyle O'Reilly

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "ECCW Pacific Cup 2017". Cagematch - The Internet Wrestling Database. Retrieved June 1, 2017.

External linksEdit