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Encyclopedia > List of ECW World Television Champions

The ECW World Television Championship was a professional wrestling title. It was the secondary championship for Extreme Championship Wrestling. This is a list, by ring name, of people that have been ECW World Television Champion. The ECW World Television Championship was the secondary title in Extreme Championship Wrestling from 1992 until it folded in 2001. ... Professional wrestling is generally any form of performance art in which pro-wrestlers receive payment for participating. ... WWE Champion John Cena with his customized WWE Championship belt. ... Extreme Championship Wrestling (ECW) was a ground-breaking and influential professional wrestling promotion that was founded in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania in 1992 by Tod Gordon, and closed when his successor, Paul Heyman, declared bankruptcy in April 2001. ... This article or section does not cite its references or sources. ...

Wrestler Times Date Place / Type Of Match / Event Notes
Johnny Hot Body 1 August 12, 1992 Philadelphia, PA Defeated Larry Winters. Vacated on September 12, 1992 when Hot Body broke his ankle.
Glenn Osbourne 1 September 30, 1992 Philadelphia, PA Won a battle royal. Vacated on February 1993.
Jimmy Snuka 1 March 12, 1993 Radnor, PA Defeated Glenn Osbourne in tournament final.
Terry Funk 1 October 1, 1993 Philadelphia, PA
Sabu 1 November 13, 1993 Philadelphia, PA Won title in tag team match.
Tazmaniac 1 March 6, 1994 Philadelphia, PA
J.T. Smith 1 March 6, 1994 Philadelphia, PA
Pitbull #1 1 April 15, 1994 Philadelphia, PA
Mikey Whipwreck 1 May 13, 1994 Philadelphia, PA
Jason Knight 1 August 13, 1994 Philadelphia, PA
2 Cold Scorpio 1 November 4, 1994 Hamburg, PA
Dean Malenko 1 November 4, 1994 Hamburg, PA
2 Cold Scorpio 2 March 18, 1995 Philadelphia, PA
Eddie Guerrero 1 April 8, 1995 Philadelphia, PA
Dean Malenko 2 July 21, 1995 Tampa, FL
Eddie Guerrero 2 July 28, 1995 Middletown, NY
2 Cold Scorpio 3 August 25, 1995 Jim Thorpe, PA
Mikey Whipwreck 2 December 29, 1995 New York, NY
2 Cold Scorpio 4 January 5, 1996 Philadelphia, PA
Shane Douglas 1 May 11, 1996 Philadelphia, PA
Pitbull #2 1 June 1, 1996 Philadelphia, PA
Chris Jericho 1 June 22, 1996 Philadelphia, PA
Shane Douglas 2 July 13, 1996 Philadelphia, PA Won a four-way dance.
Taz 2 June 7, 1997 Philadelphia, PA
Bam Bam Bigelow 1 March 1, 1998 Asbury Park, NJ
Rob Van Dam 1 April 4, 1998 Buffalo, NY Vacated on March 4, 2000 due to Van Dam's injury
Super Crazy 1 March 12, 2000 Danbury, CT Defeated Rhino in tournament final.
Yoshihiro Tajiri 1 April 8, 2000 Buffalo, NY
Rhino 1 April 22, 2000 Philadelphia, PA
Kid Kash 1 August 26, 2000 New York, NY
Rhino 2 September 9, 2000 Mississauga, Ontario Rhino was the final ECW World Television Champion and held it until the promotion folded on April 11, 2001.

 
 

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