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HWA Television Championship

The HWA Television Championship was a title contested in the Heartland Wrestling Association. It was introduced on January 6, 2004 when the HWA Cruiserweight Championship was renamed. Quinten Lee was made the HWA Television Championship as he was the then HWA Cruiserweight Champion. Granger was the final champion as the title was retired on August 30, 2008 when the HWA Cruiserweight Championship was re-activated.

HWA Television Championship
Details
PromotionHeartland Wrestling Association
Date establishedJanuary 6, 2004
Date retiredAugust 30, 2008

Title historyEdit

# Order in reign history
Reign The reign number for the specific set of wrestlers listed
<1 Indicates reign is less than one day
Used for vacated reigns so as not to count it as an official reign
# Champion Reign Date Days held Location Notes Ref
1 Quinten Lee 1 January 6, 2004 35 Cincinnati, OH Was named champion as he was the then HWA Cruiserweight Champion. [1]
2 Mike Desire 1 February 10, 2004 35 Cincinnati, OH Beat Lee at an HWA TV taping. [1]
3 Quinten Lee 2 March 16, 2004 49 Cincinnati, OH [1]
4 Gotti 1 May 4, 2004 42 Cincinnati, OH [1]
5 Tack 1 June 15, 2004 42 Cincinnati, OH [1]
6 Rory Fox 1 July 27, 2004 21 Cincinnati, OH Fox pinned Tack in Six Man Tag Team Match. [1]
7 Tack 2 August 17, 2004 56 Cincinnati, OH [1]
8 J.T. Stahr 1 October 12, 2004 28 Cincinnati, OH [1]
9 Deuce 1 November 9, 2004 63 Cincinnati, OH [1]
10 Brian Beech 1 January 4, 2005 7 Cincinnati, OH [1]
11 Chad Collyer 1 January 11, 2005 7 Cincinnati, OH [1]
12 Quinten Lee 3 January 18, 2005 56 Cincinnati, OH [1]
13 Ala Hussein 1 March 15, 2005 14 Cincinnati, OH [1]
14 Super Zeta 1 March 29, 2005 28 Cincinnati, OH [1]
15 The Hussla 1 April 26, 2005 7 Cincinnati, OH [1]
17 Tack 3 May 3, 2005 35 Cincinnati, OH [1]
18 Rob Matrix 1 June 7, 2005 49 Cincinnati, OH [1]
19 Lotus 1 July 26, 2005 59 Cincinnati, OH [1]
20 Crazy J 1 September 23, 2005 25 Cincinnati, OH [1]
21 Rory Fox 2 October 18, 2005 21 Cincinnati, OH [1]
22 Matt Stryker 1 November 8, 2005 189 Cincinnati, OH [1]
23 Brad Smith 1 May 16, 2006 70 Cincinnati, OH [1]
Vacated July 25, 2006 [1]
24 J.T. Stahr 2 August 19, 2006 31 Dayton, OH Defeated Dr. Bones in a tournament final. [1]
25 Scottie Murray 1 September 19, 2006 31 Cincinnati, OH Murray pinned J.T. Stahr in Six Man Tag Team Match with the title changing hands if Murray's team won. [1]
26 J.T. Stahr 3 October 20, 2006 18 Cincinnati, OH Stahr pinned Scottie Murray in a three way match to win the title. Tarek The Great was also in the match. [1]
27 Gotti 2 November 7, 2006 14 Cincinnati, OH Wins four way match against Murry, Stahr, and Tarek the Great [1]
28 Brian Jennings 1 November 21, 2006 <1 Cincinnati, OH Jennings vacated the title in order to compete for the HWA Heavyweight Championship. [1]
29 Ganger 1 December 19, 2006 147 Cincinnati, OH Defeated Scottie Murray to win the vacant title. [1]
30 Quinten Lee 4 May 15, 2007 21 Cincinnati, OH [1]
31 Ganger 2 June 5, 2007 67 Cincinnati, OH Title became vacant on August 11. [1]
Title Retired August 30, 2008 Cincinnati, OH The title was officially retired when the HWA Cruiserweight Championship was re-activated. [1]

Combined reignsEdit

<1 Indicates reign is less than one day
Rank Champion No. of
reigns
Combined days
1 Ganger 2 214
2 Matt Stryker 1 189
3 Quinten Lee 4 161
4 Tack 3 133
5 J.T. Stahr 3 77
6 Deuce 1 63
7 Lotus 1 59
8 Gotti 2 56
9 Rob Matrix 1 49
10 Rory Fox 2 42
11 Mike Desire 1 35
12 Scottie Murray 1 31
13 Crazy J 1 25
14 Ala Hussein 1 14
15 Brian Beech 1 7
Chad Collyer 1
The Hussla
18 Brian Jennings 1 <1

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w x y z aa ab ac ad ae af "HWA Television Championship". Wrestling-Titles.com. Retrieved October 20, 2018.

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