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The Impact World Championship is a professional wrestling world championship owned by the promotion Impact Wrestling, formerly Total Nonstop Action Wrestling (TNA). From June 2002 to May 2007, TNA used the NWA World Heavyweight Championship as their primary championship due to an agreement with the National Wrestling Alliance (NWA). On May 13, 2007, the NWA abruptly ended the arrangement and retrieved control of the NWA World Heavyweight Championship.[1] On the same night, TNA were set to host their annual Sacrifice pay-per-view event, in which the NWA World Heavyweight Championship was to be defended by then-champion Christian Cage against Kurt Angle and Sting in a three-way match. Angle won the match and on the following episode of TNA's television program Impact! on May 17, was declared the new TNA World Heavyweight Champion.[2][3] He was stripped of the championship later in the program, with Management Director Jim Cornette citing a problematic finish to the title match.[4] The ownership of the championship was decided on June 17, 2007 at TNA's Slammiversary event in a King of the Mountain match involving Angle and Cage along with A.J. Styles, Chris Harris and Samoa Joe, which Angle won.[5]

Being a professional wrestling championship, the title is won via a scripted ending to a match or awarded to a wrestler because of a storyline. All title changes have occurred at Impact Wrestling-promoted events; reigns that occurred on Impact Wrestling usually air on tape delay and as such are listed with the day the tapings occurred, rather than the air date. Angle holds the record for most reigns, with six. At 256 days, Bobby Roode's first reign is the longest in the title's history. Angle's first reign holds the record for shortest reign in the title's history at one day. The current champion is Brian Cage, who is in his first reign. Overall, there have been 46 reigns shared among 25 wrestlers, with five vacancies.

Title historyEdit

NamesEdit

Name Years
TNA World Heavyweight Championship May 13, 2007 – March 1, 2017
Impact Wrestling World Heavyweight Championship March 2, 2017 – July 2, 2017
Unified GFW World Heavyweight Championship July 2, 2017 – August 17, 2017
GFW Global Championship August 17, 2017 – September 18, 2017
Impact Global Championship September 18, 2017 – January 10, 2018
Impact World Championship January 10, 2018 – present

ReignsEdit

For a list of world champions in TNA between 2002 and 2007, see List of NWA World Heavyweight Champions.

As of September 20, 2019.

Key
No. Overall reign number
Reign Reign number for the specific champion
Days Number of days held
+ Current reign is changing daily
No. Champion Championship change Reign statistics Notes Ref.
Date Event Location Reign Days
1 Kurt Angle May 13, 2007 Sacrifice Orlando, FL 1 1 Angle defeated then-NWA World Heavyweight Champion Christian Cage and Sting in a three-way match to become the inaugural champion after National Wrestling Alliance's (NWA) Executive Director Robert Trobich stripped Christian Cage of the NWA World Heavyweight Championship and ended NWA's business relations with TNA earlier that day.[6] [2][7]
Vacated May 14, 2007 Impact! Orlando, FL Angle was stripped of the championship due to a double-fall result of the three-way match at Sacrifice. This episode aired on tape delay on May 17, 2007 [3][4][6]
2 Kurt Angle June 17, 2007 Slammiversary Nashville, TN 2 119 Angle defeated A.J. Styles, Chris Harris, Christian Cage and Samoa Joe in a King of the Mountain match to win the vacant championship. After the event, Angle's reign and the vacancy were no longer recognized and thus is viewed to be the start of the title's history. TNA counts Angle's previous reign to his credit without detailing why, thus giving loose recognition towards that reign. [5][8]
3 Sting October 14, 2007 Bound for Glory Duluth, GA 1 2 [9][10]
4 Kurt Angle October 16, 2007 Impact! Orlando, FL 3 180 This episode aired on tape delay on October 25, 2007. [11][12]
5 Samoa Joe April 13, 2008 Lockdown Lowell, MA 1 182 This was a six sides of steel cage title vs. career match. [13][14]
6 Sting October 12, 2008 Bound for Glory IV Hoffman Estates, IL 2 189 The loser of the match was barred from receiving a rematch. [15][16]
7 Mick Foley April 19, 2009 Lockdown Philadelphia, PA 1 63 This was a six sides of steel cage match. [17][18]
8 Kurt Angle June 21, 2009 Slammiversary Auburn Hills, MI 4 91 This was a King of the Mountain match also involving A.J. Styles, Jeff Jarrett and Samoa Joe. [19][20]
9 A.J. Styles September 20, 2009 No Surrender Orlando, FL 1 211 This was a five-way match also involving Hernandez, Matt Morgan and Sting. [21][22]
10 Rob Van Dam April 19, 2010 Impact! Orlando, FL 1 113 [23][24]
Vacated August 10, 2010 Impact! Orlando, FL The championship was vacated due to Rob Van Dam suffering a storyline injury.
This episode aired on tape delay on August 19, 2010.
[25][26]
11 Jeff Hardy October 10, 2010 Bound for Glory Daytona Beach, FL 1 91 Hardy defeated Kurt Angle and Mr. Anderson in a three-way tournament final to win the vacant title. Per the pre-match stipulation, Angle (in storyline) was forced to retire. [27][28]
12 Mr. Anderson January 9, 2011 Genesis Orlando, FL 1 35 [29][30]
13 Jeff Hardy February 13, 2011 Against All Odds Orlando, FL 2 11 This was a ladder match. [31][32]
14 Sting February 24, 2011 Impact! Fayetteville, NC 3 108 This episode aired on tape delay on March 3, 2011 [33][34]
15 Mr. Anderson June 12, 2011 Slammiversary IX Orlando, FL 2 29 [35][36]
16 Sting July 11, 2011 Impact Orlando, FL 4 27 This episode aired on tape delay on July 14, 2011. [37][38]
17 Kurt Angle August 7, 2011 Hardcore Justice Orlando, FL 5 72 [39][40]
18 James Storm October 18, 2011 Impact Orlando, FL 1 8 This episode aired on tape delay on October 20, 2011. [41][42]
19 Bobby Roode October 26, 2011 Impact Macon, GA 1 256 This episode aired on tape delay on November 3, 2011. [43][44]
20 Austin Aries July 8, 2012 Destination X Orlando, FL 1 98 Aries voluntarily vacated the X Division Championship in exchange for a TNA World Heavyweight Championship championship match at the event. [45][46]
21 Jeff Hardy October 14, 2012 Bound for Glory Phoenix, AZ 3 147 [47][48]
22 Bully Ray March 10, 2013 Lockdown San Antonio, TX 1 130 This was a steel cage match. [49][50]
23 Chris Sabin July 18, 2013 Impact: Destination X Louisville, KY 1 28 Sabin voluntarily vacated the X Division Championship in exchange for a TNA World Heavyweight Championship match at the event. [51]
24 Bully Ray August 15, 2013 Impact: Hardcore Justice Norfolk, VA 2 66 This was a steel cage match. [52]
25 A.J. Styles October 20, 2013 Bound for Glory San Diego, CA 2 9 This was a no disqualification match. [53]
Vacated October 29, 2013 TNA President Dixie Carter announced via Twitter that A.J. Styles had been stripped of the championship due to a contract dispute. Styles continued to carry around the championship belt proclaiming himself champion in the storyline. [54]
26 Magnus December 3, 2013 Impact: Final Resolution Orlando, FL 1 128 Defeated Jeff Hardy in a tournament final to win the vacant title. This was a Dixieland match which aired on tape delay on December 19, 2013.
On the January 9, 2014 episode of Impact Wrestling (taped December 6, 2013), A.J. Styles returned claiming to be the legitimate TNA World Heavyweight Champion as he was never defeated for the championship (though not recognized as such by TNA). Magnus defeated him later that night to become the undisputed champion.
[55]
27 Eric Young April 10, 2014 Impact Orlando, FL 1 70 If Magnus had been counted out or disqualified, he would have lost the title.
If anyone had interfered in the match, they would have been fired.
[56]
28 Lashley June 19, 2014 Impact Bethlehem, PA 1 91 If anyone besides MVP or Kenny King had interfered, they would have been fired. [57]
29 Bobby Roode September 18, 2014 Impact Bethlehem, PA 2 111 This episode aired on tape delay on October 29, 2014. Kurt Angle was the special guest referee. [58]
30 Lashley January 7, 2015 Impact New York, NY 2 24 [59]
31 Kurt Angle January 31, 2015 Impact London, England 6 145 This episode aired on tape delay on March 20, 2015. [60]
32 Ethan Carter III June 25, 2015 Impact Orlando, FL 1 101 This episode aired on tape delay on July 1, 2015. [61]
33 Matt Hardy October 4, 2015 Bound for Glory Concord, NC 1 2 This was a three-way match also involving Drew Galloway. Jeff Hardy was the special guest referee. [62]
Vacated October 6, 2015 Vacated due to a legal injunction filed by Ethan Carter III as part of the storyline. [63]
34 Ethan Carter III January 5, 2016 Impact Bethlehem, PA 2 3 Carter III defeated Matt Hardy in the finals of the TNA World Title Series to win the vacant title. [64]
35 Matt Hardy January 8, 2016 Impact Bethlehem, PA 2 67 This was a last man standing match. Had Hardy not won, he would have left TNA. This episode aired on tape delay on January 19, 2016. [65]
36 Drew Galloway March 15, 2016 Impact Orlando, FL 1 89 Galloway invoked his Feast or Fired championship opportunity to challenge Matt Hardy for the championship and win the title. [66][67]
37 Lashley June 12, 2016 Slammiversary Orlando, FL 3 113 This was a knockout or tapout only match.
On July 13, 2016, Lashley also won the TNA X Division Championship defeating then-champion Eddie Edwards in a title vs. title steel cage match. On August 11, 2016, Lashley also won the TNA King of the Mountain Championship by defeating then-champion James Storm in a title vs. titles match. The following day, Lashley retired the TNA King of the Mountain Championship and vacated the X Division Championship.
[68]
38 Eddie Edwards October 3, 2016 Impact Orlando, FL 1 97 This episode aired on tape delay on October 6, 2016. [69][70]
39 Lashley January 8, 2017 Impact: Genesis Orlando, FL 4 175 This was a 30-minute Iron Man match. This episode aired on tape delay on January 26, 2017. On March 2, 2017, the championship was renamed to the Impact Wrestling World Heavyweight Championship following the renaming of the promotion.[71] [72]
40 Alberto El Patrón July 2, 2017 Slammiversary XV Orlando, FL 1 43 This was a unification match to unify the Impact Wrestling World Heavyweight Championship and the original GFW Global Championship. The championship was renamed to the Unified GFW World Heavyweight Championship. [73]
Vacated August 14, 2017 Vacated due to Alberto El Patrón's suspension. [74]
41 Eli Drake August 17, 2017 Impact! Orlando, FL 1 146 This was a 20-man Gauntlet for the Gold match. Drake pinned Eddie Edwards to win the match once they were the last two wrestlers. The Championship took the GFW Global Championship name, while retaining the TNA championship history. On September 18, 2017, the championship was renamed "Impact Global Championship".This episode aired on tape delay August 24, 2017. [75]
42 Austin Aries January 10, 2018 Impact! Orlando, FL 2 102 This episode aired on tape delay on February 1, 2018. During his reign, the championship took the Impact World Championship name. [76]
43 Pentagón Jr. April 22, 2018 Redemption Orlando, FL 1 2 This was a triple threat match also involving Fénix. [77]
44 Austin Aries April 24, 2018 Impact! Under Pressure Orlando, FL 3 173 This episode aired on tape delay on May 31, 2018. Aries unified the Impact World Championship with the Impact Grand Championship.
45 Johnny Impact October 14, 2018 Bound for Glory New York, NY 1 196 [78]
46 Brian Cage April 28, 2019 Rebellion Toronto, ON 1 145+ [79]

Combined reignsEdit

Inaugural and record six-time champion Kurt Angle
Two-time champion Bobby Roode, whose first reign lasted 256 days – which is the longest in the title's history

As of September 20, 2019.

Indicates the current champion
Rank Wrestler No. of
reigns
Combined days
1 Kurt Angle 6 608
2 Lashley 4 403
3 Austin Aries 3 373
4 Bobby Roode 2 367
5 Sting 4 326
6 Jeff Hardy 3 249
7 A.J. Styles 2 220
8 Bully Ray 2 196
Johnny Impact 1 196
10 Samoa Joe 1 182
11 Eli Drake 1 146
12 Brian Cage 1 145+
13 Magnus 1 128
14 Rob Van Dam 1 113
15 Ethan Carter III 2 104
16 Eddie Edwards 1 97
17 Drew Galloway 1 89
18 Eric Young 1 70
19 Matt Hardy 2 69
20 Mr. Anderson 2 64
21 Mick Foley 1 63
22 Alberto El Patrón 1 43
23 Chris Sabin 1 28
24 James Storm 1 8
25 Pentagón Jr. 1 2

See alsoEdit

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