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• NWA Mid-Atlantic Television Championship • NWA Television Championship • NWA World Television Championship [1] Statistics First champion(s) Danny Miller Final champion(s) Jim Duggan Most reigns Booker T ( 6) Longest reign Paul Jones (368 days) Shortest reign Lex Luger, Chris Benoit and Booker T (1 day) Oldest champion Jim Duggan (46 years, 37 days) Youngest champion Alex Wright (22 years, 96 days) Heaviest champion Stevie Ray (289 lb (131 kg)) Lightest champion Último Dragón (180 lb (82 kg)) The WCW World Television Championship was a professional wrestling television championship owned by the now-defunct World Championship Wrestling (WCW) promotion.

The title was created in 1974 by Mid-Atlantic Championship Wrestling (MACW) as a secondary title. Initially known as the Mid-Atlantic Television Championship, as Mid-Atlantic (later known as Jim Crockett Promotions) grew, the title became known as the NWA World Television Championship and in 1991 as the WCW World TV Championship. The title was often defended in matches with a time limit of ten or fifteen minutes. More often than with other championships, title matches resulted in time limit draws and the champion retaining the title.

This was often used as a heat-building device to allow a villain champion to retain his title. The NWA version of the belt had the logos of the major television networks in the U.S.

( NBC, CBS, and ABC) on either side of the belt, while the 1992–1995 WCW version of the belt had TBS on both sides of the belt. Paul Jones had the longest World Television Championship reign, holding the title for 368 days. Booker T had the most reigns as World Television Champion, with six. Arn Anderson holds the record for most days as champion, with 870 over four title reigns.

The last champion was Jim Duggan, who claimed the title while working as the WCW janitor after Scott Hall threw it in the garbage and he found it in a dumpster. The title was retired on April 10, 2000, after tv champion Vince Russo- Eric Bischoff WCW reboot. Reigns [ edit ] • Pro (1958–1998) • Saturday Night (1971–2000) • Best of World Championship Wrestling (1973–1987) • WorldWide (1975–2001) • Clash of the Champions (1988–1997) • Main Event (1988–1998) • Power Hour (1989–1994) • All Nighter (1994–1995) • Prime (1995–1996) • Monday Nitro (1995–2001) • Thunder (1998–2001) Video games • Ivan Koloff • Paul Jones • Ric Flair • Angelo Mosca tv champion Mr.

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With the introduction of the ROH World Television Championship, the television type championship returned to national exposure. [1] The current champion is Samoa Joe, who is in his first reign.

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Contents • 1 History • 1.1 Tournament • 1.2 Belt designs • 2 Reigns • 3 Combined reigns • 4 Notes • 5 References • 6 External links History [ edit ] The creation of the ROH World Television Championship was announced via ROH's official website on January 20, 2010.

[1] [2] An eight-man single elimination tv champion was then planned to determine the inaugural champion. The tournament was to start on February 4 and conclude on February 6, 2010 at The Arena in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania at the tapings of ROH's television program Ring of Honor Wrestling. [2] Regarding the new championship addition, ROH President Cary Silkin said: "We've been talking about adding a secondary championship for some time.

Not only will this give the athletes of Ring of Honor another tremendous goal to work towards, it will also give our great partner, HDNet, a championship that is sure to be defended on the television program. We’re happy to publicly give thanks to HDNet for giving us the chance to add this title to the television show." [2] It is ROH's tv champion secondary singles championship in their history.

The ROH Pure Championship was used from February 14, 2004 to August 12, 2006, prior its unification with the ROH World Championship. [3] After the championship announcement, wrestling columnist James Caldwell gave his comments: "I like the idea.

It gives mid-card wrestlers on ROH's roster something to fight for in the context of trying to win a wrestling match to "move up the company ladder." Caldwell further remarked that "ROH bringing back the TV Title to national TV is consistent with Tv champion current marketing under Jim Cornette to "re-capture an old-school flavor" to their product." [1] After the Ring of Honor Wrestling show was cancelled in March 2011, the title became inactive.

Although Daniels stopped defending it, he still carried the belt with him as part of his villainous character. With the sale of ROH to the Sinclair Broadcast Group and a new television show scheduled to air in September, ROH reinstated the title for June's Best in The World event. [4] [5] Tournament [ edit ] Inaugural-champion Eddie Edwards The tournament was scheduled to span over a two-day weekend, starting on February 5 and ending on February 6 at events recorded for later broadcast on Ring of Honor Wrestling.

[2] However, due to severe weather conditions in the Philadelphia area, the second day of taping was canceled. [6] It was not until almost a month later, on March 5, that ROH held the second recorded event, which closed out the tournament. [7] The first four seeds of eight in the tournament were announced on January 22, 2010: Rhett Titus (8), El Generico (7), Eddie Edwards (6), and Delirious (5).

[8] The other four seeds were announced on January 26, 2010: Kevin Steen (1), Kenny King (2), Colt Cabana (3), and Davey Richards (4). tv champion The first round was determined at the first event on February 5, with Steen, King, Richards, and Edwards all advancing to round two. [10] On March 5, Edwards and Richards both advanced to the final, where Edwards defeat Richards to be crowned the first ROH World Television Champion. [11] [7] The matches were scheduled to span over six episodes of Ring of Honor Wrestling.

[1] The first match from round one that aired pitted Steen against Titus, which Steen won, on the March 8 episode. [12] On the same episode, King versus El Generico was featured, with Tv champion advancing.

[12] Cabana versus Edwards was the third match from round one to air, when it was broadcast on the Tv champion 15 episode. [13] Richards defeated Delirious in the final match from round one, which aired later in the same episode. [13] The first match from round two, Steen versus Edwards, was featured on the April 12 episode, in which Edwards advanced to the final.

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{INSERTKEYS} [14] On the April 19 episode, Richards defeated King to advance to the final. [15] On the April 26 episode, Edwards defeated Richards in the final of the tournament to become the first ROH World Television Champion. [16] Tournament Bracket Round 1 ( Ring of Honor Wrestling) Round 2 ( Ring of Honor Wrestling) Final ( Ring of Honor Wrestling) 1 Kevin Steen Pin 8 Rhett Titus [N 1] 1 Kevin Steen [N 1] 6 Eddie Edwards Pin 3 Colt Cabana 10:00 [13] 6 Eddie Edwards Pin 6 Eddie Edwards Sub 4 Davey Richards 20:02 [7] 5 Delirious 13:30 [13] 4 Davey Richards Pin 4 Davey Richards Pin 2 Kenny King [N 1] 7 El Generico [N 1] 2 Kenny King Pin Belt designs [ edit ] The championship belt was introduced on March 5, 2010, when it was given to the newly crowned inaugural champion Eddie Edwards.

[11] The physical championship belt was designed All Star Championship Belts d/b/a ASCB, LLC. The title's base is a black leather strap that is covered with four small silver plates. The center of the title has one large silver plate. All plates have an inner blue covering. The two small outer plates have a caricature of the earth and a satellite in orbit. The middle plates have figures resembling a cameraman filming a television production. Underneath each figure, lies the ROH logo and the words "Ring of Honor Wrestling".

The central plate has the engravings of the ROH logo as well as the statement "World Television Wrestling Champion" hovering above the backdrop of a city, with a television lying on top of a globe with an overhead shot of a wrestling ring between them in front of the skyline.

[N 2] The design was changed again in November 2012 to its current design during the reign of Adam Cole, the new design seemed to be based on the WCW World Six-Man Tag Team Championship.

[17] During Jay Lethal's record-setting reign, the belt design was modified to emphasize the "ROH Champion" portion of the title, with Lethal claiming the championship was more prestigious than the ROH World Championship because he was the champion.

On January 1, 2018, ROH announced on their YouTube page that their World Tag, Six Man World Tag Team, and World Television Championships will receive new designs which will debut at the next set of television tapings. Reigns [ edit ] Overall, there have been 29 reigns by 24 wrestlers. The inaugural champion was Eddie Edwards, who defeated Davey Richards in the final of an eight-man tournament on March 5, 2010. [11] Samoa Joe is the current champion in his first reign. He won the title by defeating Minoru Suzuki on April 13, 2022 in New Orleans, Louisiana on AEW Dynamite.

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 Eddie Edwards March 5, 2010 Ring of Honor Wrestling Philadelphia, PA 1 280 Edwards defeated Davey Richards in the final of an eight-man tournament to become the inaugural champion. The event aired on tape delay on April 26, 2010. [11] [16] [18] 2 Christopher Daniels December 10, 2010 Ring of Honor Wrestling Louisville, KY 1 198 Aired on tape delay January 31, 2011.

[19] [20] 3 El Generico June 26, 2011 Best in the World 2011 New York, NY 1 48 [21] 4 Jay Lethal August 13, 2011 Ring of Honor Wrestling Chicago Ridge, IL 1 231 Aired on tape delay October 1, 2011. [22] [23] 5 Roderick Strong March 31, 2012 Showdown in the Sun: Day #2 Fort Lauderdale, FL 1 90 [24] 6 Adam Cole June 29, 2012 Ring of Honor Wrestling Baltimore, MD 1 246 Aired on tape delay July 28, 2012.

[25] 7 Matt Taven March 2, 2013 11th Anniversary Show Chicago Ridge, IL 1 287 [26] 8 Tommaso Ciampa December 14, 2013 Final Battle 2013 New York, NY 1 111 [27] 9 Jay Lethal April 4, 2014 Supercard of Honor VIII Westwego, LA 2 567 This was a two out of three falls match. [28] 10 Roderick Strong October 23, 2015 Glory By Honor XIV Kalamazoo, MI 2 119 [29] 11 Tomohiro Ishii February 19, 2016 Honor Rising: Japan 2016 Tokyo, Japan 1 79 [30] 12 Bobby Fish May 8, 2016 Global Wars (2016) Chicago Ridge, IL 1 194 [31] 13 Will Ospreay November 18, 2016 Reach for the Sky Tour 2016 Liverpool, England 1 2 [32] 14 Marty Scurll November 20, 2016 Reach for the Sky Tour 2016 London, England 1 175 [33] 15 Kushida May 14, 2017 War of the Worlds (2017) Philadelphia, PA 1 131 [34] 16 Kenny King September 22, 2017 Death Before Dishonor XV Sunrise Manor, NV 1 84 [35] 17 Silas Young December 15, 2017 Final Battle (2017) New York, NY 1 57 This was a four-way elimination match also including Punishment Martinez and Shane Taylor.

[36] 18 Kenny King February 10, 2018 Ring of Honor Wrestling Atlanta, GA 2 56 Aired on tape delay February 25, 2018. [37] 19 Silas Young April 7, 2018 Supercard of Honor XII New Orleans, LA 2 70 This was a last man standing match.

[38] 20 Punishment Martinez June 16, 2018 State of the Art, Day 2 Dallas, TX 1 105 This was a Proving Ground Six-Man Mayhem Instant Reward match. [39] 21 Jeff Cobb September 29, 2018 Ring of Honor Wrestling Paradise, NV 1 222 Aired on tape delay October 19, 2018.

[40] 22 Shane Taylor May 9, 2019 ROH/NJPW War Of The Worlds, Day 2 Toronto, Ontario, Canada 1 218 This was a four corner survival match also involving Brody King and Hirooki Goto.

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{INSERTKEYS} [41] 23 Dragon Lee/Ryu Lee December 13, 2019 Final Battle 2019 Baltimore, MD 1 469 During his reign, he wrestled as Ryu Lee in New Japan Pro-Wrestling. [42] 24 Tracy Williams March 26, 2021 ROH 19th Anniversary Show Baltimore, MD 1 — Defeated Kenny King, who was filling in for an injured Lee. The match where he lost the title aired on May 1, 2021, but the exact date the match took place is unknown, as ROH has held closed door tapings at the Chesapeake Employers Insurance Arena since August 2020 after resuming operations following a five-month hiatus due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

[43] 25 Tony Deppen N/A Ring of Honor Wrestling Baltimore, MD 1 — The match aired on May 1, 2021, but the exact date the match took place is unknown, as ROH has held closed door tapings at the Chesapeake Employers Insurance Arena since August 2020 after resuming operations following a five-month hiatus due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

[44] 26 Dragon Lee July 11, 2021 Best in the World Baltimore, MD 2 133 [45] 27 Dalton Castle November 21, 2021 Ring of Honor Wrestling Baltimore, MD 1 20 [46] 28 Rhett Titus December 11, 2021 Final Battle Baltimore, MD 1 111 This was a four corner survival match also involving Silas Young and Joe Hendry.

[47] 29 Minoru Suzuki April 1, 2022 Supercard of Honor XV Garland, TX 1 12 [48] 30 Samoa Joe April 13, 2022 AEW Dynamite New Orleans, LA 1 25+ [49] Combined reigns [ edit ] Jay Lethal, the first wrestler to win the title twice is also the longest reigning champion with 567 days. Lethal also holds the record for the longest combined reign at 798 days. As of May 8, 2022. {/INSERTKEYS}

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† Indicates the current champion ¤ The exact length of at least one title reign is uncertain, so the shortest length is considered. Rank [1] Wrestler No. of reigns Combined days 1 Jay Lethal 2 798 2 Tv champion Lee/Ryu Lee 2 602 3 Matt Taven 1 287 4 Eddie Edwards 1 280 5 Adam Cole 1 246 6 Jeff Cobb 1 222 7 Shane Taylor 1 218 8 Roderick Strong 2 209 9 Christopher Daniels 1 198 10 Bobby Fish 1 194 11 Marty Scurll 1 175 12 Kenny King 2 140 13 Kushida 1 131 14 Silas Young 2 127 15 Rhett Titus 1 111 Tommaso Ciampa 1 111 17 Punishment Martinez 1 105 18 Tomohiro Ishii 1 79 19 Tony Deppen 1 ¤71 20 El Generico 1 48 21 Tracy Williams 1 ¤ 33 22 Samoa Joe † 1 25+ 23 Dalton Castle 1 20 24 Minoru Suzuki 1 12 25 Will Ospreay 1 2 Notes [ edit ] • ^ a tv champion c d The time for this match is unknown.

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On a special edition Friday episode of NWA Powerrr, Pope defended the NWA World Television Championship against Tyrus. This match marked Pope’s seventh title defense; if he succeeded, he would be able to go on to challenge for the NWA Worlds Heavyweight Championship, currently held by Nick Aldis.

However, this wasn’t meant to be for the charismatic, steadfast Pope. In the main event of the show, Tyrus put an end to the titleholder’s hopes and dreams, becoming the new NWA World Television Champion in the process. 😱 History! A new @nwa World Television Champion! Watch this historic moment FREE on YouTube!

➡️ https://t.co/T7SGP1zhVE pic.twitter.com/60KK6dqwnu — NWA (@nwa) August 6, 2021 Tyrus Wins NWA World Television Championship The match approached its conclusion when the referee was knocked out. This was courtesy of an Elijah Express by Pope to Tyrus, the latter of whom inadvertently hit the official. With said official temporarily unconscious, Tyrus’s manager, Austin Idol, hit the ring. Pope attempted a pinfall, but as he did so, Idol attacked him from behind.

Pope quickly disposed of the tv champion, but this gave the challenger enough time to execute a corner splash on the champion. Tyrus executed the Heart Punch, and once Idol revived the referee, the pinfall was made; we had a new NWA World Television Champion. Post-match, the new champion took to the mic, saying that “the gap has been filled.” With this victory, Tyrus has held singles gold for the first time since 2014. In Pennsylvania Premiere Wrestling, he defeated Tommy Suede for the PPW Heavyweight Championship.

Tyrus’s reign would last a total of 35 days before the belt was rendered vacant that same year. With a new NWA World Television Championship in the mix, tv champion will be the first to step up? Tune into NWA Powerrr, every Tuesday at 6:05 PM EST, to find out. Stay tuned to the Last Word on Pro Wrestling for more on this and other stories from around the world of wrestling, as they develop.

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