IWRG Intercontinental Trios Championship
The IWRG Intercontinental Trios Championship (Campeon Intercontinental Trios de IWRG in Spanish) is a Trios (six-man) tag team Championship promoted by the Mexican Lucha libre professional wrestling promotion International Wrestling Revolution Group (IWRG) and was introduced in 2000. Being a professional wrestling championship, it is not won legitimately: it is instead won via a scripted ending to a match or awarded to a wrestler because of a storyline.
|IWRG Intercontinental Trios Championship|
|Promotion||International Wrestling Revolution Group|
|Date established||November 11, 1999|
|Current champion(s)||Centella de Oro, Multifacético, and Prayer|
|Date won||December 1, 2018|
The championship was first won by Escuadron de la Muerte (Spanish for "the Squadron of Death"; Maniac Cop, Vader Cop and Cyborg Cop) as they defeated the team of Oficial, Vigilante and Guardian in Naucalpan, Mexico on November 11, 1999. The title has primarily been defended in Naucalpan since its inception as it is the "home" of IWRG. Los Piratas (Pirata Morgan, Pirata Morgan, Jr. and El Hijo de Pirata Morgan) is the only trio to have held the title twice, Cerebro Negro and Veneno are the only other wrestlers have held the title twice but with different partners. The trio of Los Poderosos (Hombre Sin Miedo, Kendor Jr. and Sobredosis) held the title for seven days, the shortest reign of any championship trio. Centella de Oro, Multifacético, and Prayer are the current Trios champions, having won the championship in a match against La Dinastía de la Muerte ("The Dynasty of Death"; Negro Navarro, Trauma I and Trauma II) December 1, 2018 in Puebla, Puebla. They are the 21st overall Trios champions and the 19th trio to hold the championship.
|No.||Overall reign number|
|Reign||Reign number for the specific champion|
|Days||Number of days held|
|(NLT)||Championship change took place "no later than" the date listed|
|†||Championship change is unrecognized by the promotion|
|+||Current reign is changing daily|
|No.||Champion||Championship change||Reign statistics||Notes||Ref.|
|1|| Escuadron de la Muerte
(Maniac Cop, Vader Cop and Cyborg Cop)
|November 11, 1999||IWRG show||Naucalpan, State of Mexico||1||178||Defeated Oficial, Vigilante and Guardian to become first champions.|||
|2|| Los Villanos
(Villano III, Villano IV and Villano V)
|May 7, 2000||IWRG show||Naucalpan, State of Mexico||1||683|||
|—||Vacated||March 21, 2002||—||—||—||—||Los Villanos were stripped of the Championship as Villano V suffered a serious injury.|||
|3|| La Legión Japonesa
(NOSAWA, Takemura and Masada)
|June 5, 2003||IWRG show||Naucalpan, State of Mexico||1||10||Defeated Los Megas in a tournament final to win the vacant titles.|||
|4|| Los Megas
(Mega, Omega and Ultra Mega)
|June 15, 2003||IWRG show||Naucalpan, State of Mexico||1||[Note 1]|||
|—||Vacated||2005||—||—||—||—||Championship vacated as not all of Los Megas worked for IWRG and the championship had not been defended in a year.|||
|5|| La Corporacion
(Black Tiger (III), Pentagon Black and El Pantera)
|June 2, 2005||IWRG show||Naucalpan, State of Mexico||1||119||Defeated Los Villanos in a tournament final to win the vacant titles.|||
|6||Negro Casas, El Felino and Heavy Metal||August 29, 2005||IWRG show||Naucalpan, State of Mexico||1||133|||
|7|| La Corporacion
(Cerebro Negro, Veneno and Scorpio, Jr.)
|January 5, 2006||IWRG show||Naucalpan, State of Mexico||1||[Note 2]|||
|—||Vacated||February 2006||—||—||—||—||Championship vacated when Scorpio, Jr. left the promotion.|||
|8||Fantasma de la Opera, El Hijo del Diablo and Veneno (2)||December 25, 2006||IWRG show||Naucalpan, State of Mexico||1||52||Defeated Dr. Cerebro, Suicida and Cerebro Negro.|||
|9||Dr. Cerebro, Mike Segura and Cerebro Negro (2)||February 15, 2007||IWRG show||Naucalpan, State of Mexico||1||154|||
|10|| Los Oficiales
(Cyborg, Kraneo and Xibalba)
|July 19, 2007||IWRG show||Naucalpan, State of Mexico||1||437|||
|11|| Los Oficiales (V5)
(Oficial 911, Oficial AK-47 and Oficial Fierro)
|September 28, 2008||IWRG show||Naucalpan, State of Mexico||1||886|||
|12|| Los Maniacos
(Joe Líder, Silver King and Último Gladiador)
|March 3, 2011||IWRG show||Naucalpan, State of Mexico||1||52|||
|13|| Los Psyco Circus
(Monster Clown, Murder Clown and Psycho Clown)
|April 24, 2011||Guerra de Empresas (2011)||Naucalpan, State of Mexico||1||126||This was a four–way elimination steel cage match, also involving Los Oficiales (Oficial 911, Oficial AK-47 and Oficial Fierro) and Los Perros del Mal (Bestia 666, Damián 666 and X-Fly).|||
|14|| Los Perros del Mal
(Bestia 666, Damián 666 and X-Fly)
|August 28, 2011||La Jaula de la Muerte||Naucalpan, State of Mexico||1||95||This was a four–way elimination steel cage Title vs. Hairs match, also involving Los Temerarios (Black Terry, Durok and Machin) and Los Villanos (Kortiz, Ray Mendoza, Jr. and Villano IV).|||
|15|| Los Junior Dinamitas
(Cien Caras, Jr., El Hijo de Máscara Año 2000 and Máscara Año 2000, Jr.)
|December 1, 2011||IWRG show||Naucalpan, State of Mexico||1||178|||
|16|| La Familia de Tijuana
(Damián 666 (2), Headhunter A and X-Fly (2))
|May 27, 2012||IWRG show||Naucalpan, State of Mexico||1||21|||
|—||Vacated||June 17, 2012||IWRG show||Naucalpan, State of Mexico||—||—||La Familia de Tijuana was stripped of the Championship after Damián 666 missed an IWRG event due to travel issues.|||
|17|| Los Piratas
(Pirata Morgan, Pirata Morgan, Jr. and El Hijo de Pirata Morgan)
|March 24, 2013||IWRG show||Naucalpan, State of Mexico||1||225||Defeated Los Oficiales (911, AK-47 and Fierro), La Familia de Tijuana (Mosco X-Fly, Super Nova and Eterno) and Comandos Elite (Rayan and Factor) and Máscara Año 2000, Jr. to win the vacant championship.|||
|18|| Los Poderosos
(Hombre Sin Miedo, Kendor Jr. and Sobredosis)
|November 4, 2013||Promociones Cantu live event||Nuevo Laredo||1||7|
|19|| Los Piratas
(Pirata Morgan, Pirata Morgan, Jr. and El Hijo de Pirata Morgan)
|November 11, 2013||Promociones Cantu live event||Nuevo Laredo||2||636|
|20|| La Dinastía de la Muerte
(Negro Navarro, Trauma I and Trauma II)
|August 9, 2015||Promociones Cantu live event||Nuevo Laredo||1||1,210|||
|21||Centella de Oro, Multifacético, and Prayer||December 1, 2018||live event||Puebla, Puebla||1||263+|
Championship reigns by combined lengthEdit
|¤||The exact length of at least one title reign is too uncertain to calculate.|
|†||Indicates the current champions|
Individual reigns by combined lengthEdit
- The exact date Los Megas were stripped of the title is not known placing the title reign between 352 and 381 days.
- The exact date Scorio, Jr. left IWRG is not known placing the title reign between 27 and 54 days.
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