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NECW Triple Crown Heavyweight Championship

The NECW Triple Crown Heavyweight Championship is the top professional wrestling title in New England Championship Wrestling. It was originally known as the NECW Heavyweight Championship until the title was unified with the PWF Northeast and Mayhem titles. NECW closed on November 6, 2010 and then-Triple Crown champion "The Real Deal" Brandon Locke was recognized as the PWF Northeast Heavyweight Champion. Six months after closing, NECW opened its doors back up, and they too recognized Brandon Locke as their NECW Heavyweight Champion.

Title historyEdit

Wrestler: Times: Date: Days
held:
Location: Notes:
NECW Heavyweight Championship
Mike Hollow 1 September 16, 2000 160 Wethersfield, Connecticut Defeated Bob Evans in a 4-man tournament finals to become the first champion.
Slyk Wagner Brown 1 February 23, 2001 63 Somerville, Massachusetts
Bob Evans 1 April 27, 2001 182 Somerville, Massachusetts
Maverick Wild 1 October 26, 2001 56 Somerville, Massachusetts
Bob Evans 2 December 21, 2001 91 Somerville, Massachusetts
Alex Arion 1 March 22, 2002 273 Somerville, Massachusetts
Maverick Wild 2 December 20, 2002 492 Revere, Massachusetts
Michael Sain 1 April 25, 2004 76 Somerville, Massachusetts
Frankie Arion 1 July 10, 2004 43 Framingham, Massachusetts
Michael Sain 2 August 22, 2004 114 Somerville, Massachusetts
Chris Venom 1 December 14, 2004 277 Framingham, Massachusetts
Paul Lombardi 1 September 17, 2005 8 Framingham, Massachusetts
Vacated September 25, 2005 Title vacated after Lombardi attacked officials.
Paul Lombardi 2 October 15, 2005 154 Framingham, Massachusetts Defeated Bob Evans, Joe Chece, and Chris Venom in a 4-way 45-min Iron Man match as part of the 2nd Annual NECW IRON 8 Championship Tournament.
John Walters 1 March 18, 2006 84 Framingham, Massachusetts
D.C. Dillinger 1 June 10, 2006 67 Framingham, Massachusetts Wins title in a tag team match.
NECW Triple Crown Heavyweight Championship
Evan Siks 1 August 16, 2006 194 Quincy, Massachusetts Reigning PWF Mayhem Heavyweight champion; unifies both titles with the NECW Heavyweight championship (PWF Mayhem Title is a unified championship of PWF Northeast and Mayhem titles) to become the undisputed champion, title was then renamed the NECW Triple Crown Heavyweight Championship.
D.C. Dillinger 2 February 26, 2007 173 Quincy, Massachusetts
Brian Fury 1 August 18, 2007 122 Quincy, Massachusetts This was a steel cage match.
Rick Fuller 1 December 18, 2007 130 Quincy, Massachusetts
Max Bauer 1 April 26, 2008 672 Quincy, Massachusetts Defeats Fuller and Antonio Thomas in a 3-way match.
Brandon Locke 1 February 27, 2010 252 Pembroke, Massachusetts Recognized as the PWF Northeast Heavyweight Champion due to NECW closing on November 6, 2010. The title was reactivated (once again as the NECW Heavyweight Championship) when NECW reopened in May 2011 with Locke recognized as champion.
NECW Heavyweight Championship
Bobby Fish 1 October, 23, 2011 300 Malden, Massachusetts
Vacated August 18, 2012 Title vacated after Fish suffered an injury.
Sean Burke 1 September 14, 2012 109 Blackstone, Massachusetts Won title by defeating Chase Del Monte in the finals of a 4-man, one night tournament.
Vacated February 1, 2013 Randolph, Massachusetts Burke was forced to drop the NECW Championship due to an ankle injury sustained during an NECW sanctioned title defense against Antonio Thomas on a benefit event put on by UWF, 12/8/12 in Fall River, MA.[1]
Antonio Thomas 1 February 1, 2013 245 Randolph, Massachusetts Thomas defeated Johnny Thunder.[1]
Sean Burke 2 October 4, 2013 127 Beverly, Massachusetts It was a in two out of three falls.
Slyck Wagner Brown 2 February 8, 2014 68 Beverly, Massachusetts Won title by defeating Burke and Antonio Thomas.
Vacated April 17, 2014 Slyck Wagner Brown vacated the title due to a knee injury.
Brad Hollister 1 May 10, 2014 364 Beverly, Massachusetts Won the 4-way, 45 minute Iron 8 tournament final match for the vacant title defeating Damien Wayne, Todo Loco and Antonio Thomas.
Slyck Wagner Brown 3 May 9, 2015 95 Beverly, Massachusetts
Mike McCarthy 1 September 12, 2015 294 Everett, Massachusetts Defeated Hollister and Brown in a 3-way match.
Todo Loco 1 July 2, 2016 1,224+ Brockton, Massachusetts

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ a b "NECW Snowbrawl 2013 results". Retrieved 21 February 2013.