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United Wrestling Coalition (UWC) is an independent wrestling promotion based in New Jersey. As a professional wrestling group, their wrestlers compete for individual and tag team championships. Being professional wrestling championships, these titles are not won via direct competition; they are instead won via a predetermined ending to a match or awarded to a wrestler because of a wrestling angle.

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UWC Heavyweight ChampionshipEdit

UWC Tag Team ChampionshipEdit

UWC United States ChampionshipEdit

UWC Television ChampionshipEdit

UWC Television Championship
Details
PromotionUnited Wrestling Coalition
Date establishedDecember 3, 2011
Current champion(s)Vacant

The UWC Television Championship was a professional wrestling championship in the American independent professional wrestling promotion United Wrestling Coalition. It became an official title on December 3, 2011 when The Ripper defeated Billy Lassiter in the finals of a championship tournament.[1] The championship is currently retired. There have been 4 reigns by 4 wrestlers.

Inaugural tournamentEdit

Quarterfinals
UWC 70, UWC 72 (9/10/11, 10/22/11)[2][3]
Semifinals
UWC 74 (11/12/11)[4]
Final
UWC 14th Annual Toys for Tots (12/3/11)[1]
         
The Ripper Pin
Warhead
The Ripper Pin
Dave Patera
Dave Patera Pin
Justice Garrison
The Ripper Pin
Billy Lassiter
Billy Lassiter Pin
Slayer
Billy Lassiter Pin
Ryan Haston
Ryan Haston Pin
Sal DeMarco

Title LineageEdit

# Order in reign history
Reign The reign number for the specific set of wrestlers listed
Used for vacated reigns so as not to count it as an official reign
N/A The information is not available or is unknown
+ Indicates the current reign is changing daily
# Wrestlers Reign Date Days
held
Successful title defenses Location Notes
1 The Ripper 1 December 3, 2011 133 3 Pemberton, NJ Defeated Billy Lassiter in the finals of the UWC Television Title Tournament to become the first champion.[1]
2 Billy Lassiter 1 April 14, 2012 28 0 Browns Mills, NJ [5]
3 Ryan Haston 1 May 12, 2012 371 1 Browns Mills, NJ Won the title in a four way match that also included The Ripper and The Orphan.[6]
4 Mighty Mo 1 May 18, 2013 0 0 Browns Mills, NJ Title unified with the UWC United States Championship[7]
Vacated May 18, 2013 N/A N/A Browns Mills, NJ Unified with the UWC United States Championship and retired

List of combined reignsEdit

As of May 20, 2019

Indicates the current champions
+ Indicates the current reign is changing daily
<1 Indicates that the combined total is less than one day.
Rank Wrestler # Of Reigns Combined Days Total Title Defenses
1 Ryan Haston 1 371 1
2 The Ripper 1 133 3
3 Billy Lassiter 1 28 0
4 Mighty Mo 1 0 0

UWC Rumble WinnerEdit

UWC Rumble Winner
Details
PromotionUnited Wrestling Coalition
Date establishedJune 26, 2010
Current champion(s)Geoffrey Bravo
Date wonSeptember 5, 2015

The UWC Rumble is an annual professional wrestling battle royal held every year in the American independent professional wrestling promotion United Wrestling Coalition. The winner of the UWC Rumble may challenge for any UWC championship they want, whenever they want. The first UWC Rumble, titled the Browns Mills Rumble, was held June 26, 2010 and was won by Blackhearted Justice (Ryan Blackheart and Justice Garrison).[8] There have been five winners of this event.

WinnersEdit

As of May 20, 2019

# Wrestlers Wins Date Location Notes
1 Blackhearted Justice
(Ryan Blackheart and Justice Garrison)
1 June 26, 2010 Browns Mills, NJ Won Browns Mills Rumble by last eliminating Shawn Reynolds, and agreed to split the victory.[8] Used title shot to win UWC Tag Team Championship from CB4 on November 13, 2010.[9]
2 Geoffrey Bravo 1 June 4, 2011 Browns Mills, NJ Won Browns Mills Rumble by last eliminating Silly Billy.[10] Used title shot to win UWC Heavyweight Championship from Biggie Biggs on June 4, 2011.[10]
3 Twiggy Ramirez 1 June 9, 2012 Browns Mills, NJ Won Browns Mills Rumble by last eliminating "Dublin's Disciple" Dave McLaren.[11] Used title shot on October 13, 2012 in a loss to Big Rig by disqualification in a match for the UWC Heavyweight Championship.[12]
4 Ryan Haston 2 June 8, 2013 Browns Mills, NJ Formerly known as Ryan Blackheart. Won Browns Mills Rumble by last eliminating "Textbook" Philly Madison.[13] Used title shot to win UWC Heavyweight Championship from Vinny DeMarco on June 14, 2014.[14]
5 Serious William 1 June 14, 2014 Browns Mills, NJ Won Browns Mills Rumble by last eliminating "Textbook" Philly Madison.[13] Used title shot on June 14, 2014 in a loss to Ryan Haston in a match for the UWC Heavyweight Championship.[13]
6 Geoffrey Bravo 2 September 5, 2015 Wrightstown, NJ Won first Wrightstown Rumble by last eliminating Kid USA.[15] Used title shot on September 5, 2015 to win the UWC United States Championship from Jimmy Lyon.[15]
7 "Textbook" Philly Madison 1 June 11, 2016 Wrightstown, NJ Won Wrightstown Rumble by last eliminating Big Rig.[16] Used title shot on October 15, 2016 in a loss to "The Thriller" Andd Bivians, in a match for the UWC Heavyweight Championship.[17]
8 Fredo Majors 1 June 10, 2017 Wrightstown, NJ Won Wrightstown Rumble by last eliminating Nate Mustang.[18] Used title shot on June 10, 2017 to defeat "The Thriller" Andd Bivians in a three way match for the UWC Heavyweight Championship that also included Jimmy Pipes.[18]
9 Nate Mustang 1 June 2, 2018 Wrightstown, NJ Won Wrightstown Rumble by last eliminating Bobby Banks.[19] Used title shot on September 1, 2018 to defeat Fredo Majors in a match for the UWC Heavyweight Championship.[20]

UWC BCC Toys for Tots ChampionshipEdit

UWC BCC Toys for Tots Championship
Details
PromotionUnited Wrestling Coalition
Date establishedDecember 4, 2010
Current champion(s)Retired
Date wonDecember 1, 2012

The UWC BCC Toys for Tots Championship was a professional wrestling championship in the American independent professional wrestling promotion United Wrestling Coalition. It became an official title on December 4, 2010 when Silly Billy won the first-annual BCC Toys for Tots Rumble.[21] The championship was retired as the UWC no longer holds the BCC Toys for Tots Rumble.

Title lineageEdit

# Wrestlers Wins Date Location Notes
1 Silly Billy 1 December 4, 2010 Pemberton, NJ Won BCC Toys for Tots Rumble by last eliminating Bubba.[21]
2 Big Rig 1 December 3, 2011 Pemberton, NJ Won 2nd Annual BCC Toys for Tots Rumble by last eliminating Justice Garrison.[1]

UWC North American ChampionshipEdit

UWC North American Championship
Details
PromotionUnited Wrestling Coalition
Date establishedDecember 4, 1999
Current champion(s)vacant
Date wonDecember 7, 2001

The United Wrestling Coalition (UWC) North American Championship is a defunct professional wrestling championship in the American independent professional wrestling promotion United Wrestling Coalition. It became an official title on December 4, 1999 when Section 8 became the first champion.[22] The title was vacated on December 7, 2002 and retired shortly thereafter. There have been three reigns by three wrestlers and one vacancy.

Title lineageEdit

# Wrestlers Reign Date Days
held
Successful title defenses Location Notes
1 Section 8 1 December 4, 1999 84 1 Pemberton, NJ Won a four-man battle royal to become the first champion.[22]
2 Joe Rules 1 February 26, 2000 189 3 Tabernacle, NJ [23]
3 Orphan 1 September 2, 2000 826 7 Jackson, NJ Won the title at Six Flags Great Adventure, the first championship to change hands at a Six Flags amusement park[24]
Vacated December 7, 2002 N/A Pemberton, NJ Vacated after Orphan successfully defends the title against Ripper so Orphan can concentrate on winning the UWC Heavyweight Championship[25]

List of combined reignsEdit

Rank Wrestler # Of Reigns Combined Days Total Title Defenses
1 Orphan 1 826 7
2 Joe Rules 1 189 3
3 Section 8 1 84 1

UWC Ironman ChampionshipEdit

UWC Ironman Championship
Details
PromotionUnited Wrestling Coalition
Date establishedJuly 18, 1998
Current champion(s)vacant
Date wonMay 15, 1999

The United Wrestling Coalition (UWC) Ironman Championship is a defunct professional wrestling championship in the American independent professional wrestling promotion United Wrestling Coalition. It became an official title on July 18, 1998 when Slayer became the first champion.[26] The title was unified with the UWC Heavyweight Championship on May 15, 1999 and retired shortly thereafter.[27] There have been four reigns by four wrestlers and two vacancies.

Title lineageEdit

# Wrestlers Reign Date Days
held
Successful title defenses Location Notes
1 Slayer 1 July 18, 1998 70 1 Yardville, NJ Defeated Glenn Strange and Orphan in a three way match to become the first champion.[26]
2 Section 8 1 September 26, 1998 147 1 Pemberton, NJ [28]
3 Dom DeVito 1 February 20, 1999 71 1 Pemberton, NJ [29]
Vacated May 2, 1999 N/A Pemberton, NJ Vacated when DeVito fails to make title defense[30]
4 Tommy Force 1 May 2, 1999 13 0 Pemberton, NJ Defeats Don Montoya in a tournament final to become the new champion.[30]
Vacated May 13, 1999 N/A Pemberton, NJ Unified with the UWC Heavyweight Championship and retired[27]

List of combined reignsEdit

Rank Wrestler # Of Reigns Combined Days Total Title Defenses
1 Section 8 1 147 1
2 Dom DeVito 1 71 1
3 Slayer 1 70 1
4 Tommy Force 1 13 0

UWC Triple Crown ChampionshipEdit

The UWC Triple Crown Championship is an accomplishment in professional wrestling. It is a distinction made to a professional wrestler who has won three specific championships. The three titles feature the UWC Heavyweight Championship, the UWC Tag Team Championship, and one of the following titles: the UWC Television Championship, the UWC United States Championship, the UWC North American Championship, and the UWC Ironman Championship. The first man to complete the UWC Triple Crown Championship was Tommy Force, when he won the UWC Heavyweight Championship on May 13, 1999. Force also accomplished the Triple Crown in the shortest amount of time, having completed the UWC Triple Crown Championship in 271 days.

Champion UWC Heavyweight Championship UWC Tag Team Championship Secondary Championship
Tommy Force May 13, 1999[27] August 15, 1998[31] UWC Ironman Championship
May 2, 1999[30]
Orphan December 4, 2004[32] December 5, 1998[33] UWC North American Championship
September 2, 2000[24]
Warhead June 13, 1998[34] January 16, 2010[35] UWC United States Championship
March 12, 2011[36]
Billy Lassiter May 7, 2000[37] September 8, 2012[38] UWC Television Championship
April 14, 2012[5]
Ryan Haston June 14, 2014[14] November 13, 2010[9] UWC Television Championship
May 12, 2012[6]
"Textbook" Philly Madison March 21, 2015[39] December 13, 2003[40] UWC United States Championship
April 12, 2014[41]
Geoffrey Bravo June 4, 2011[10] March 8, 2014[42] UWC United States Championship
September 5, 2015[15]
Silly Billy December 3, 2011[1] December 1, 2012[43] UWC United States Championship
December 10, 2016[44]

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

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