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The NWA World Television Championship was a National Wrestling Alliance-sanctioned mid-card level title defended in Jim Crockett Promotions. It was most often defended on television, hence the name. National Wrestling Alliance logo The National Wrestling Alliance (NWA) is the governing body for a group of independent professional wrestling promotions and sanctions various NWA championships. ... Jim Crockett Promotions was the name of a professional wrestling promotion owned by Jim Crockett, Jr. ...

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History

The NWA World Television Championship started out as the NWA Mid-Atlantic Television Championship in 1974. In 1978, the name was changed to NWA Television Championship. In 1985, it became the NWA World Television Championship. There was also an NWA National Television Championship that was called the NWA World Television Title from 1983 to 1985, but it was abandonded in 1985 shortly before Dusty Rhodes beat NWA Television Champion Tully Blanchard for the title. Immediately after the title switch, the title was renamed the NWA World Television Championship. The NWA National Television Championship was a secondary singles championship in the National Wrestling Alliances Georgia Championship Wrestling territory. ... Dusty Rhodes may refer to: Dusty Rhodes (wrestler), the stage name of Virgil Runnels, Jr. ... Tully Blanchard (born January 22, 1954) is a second generation American professional wrestler, best known as one of the Four Horsemen. ...


The NWA World Television Title became the WCW World Television Championship in January 1991. WCW World Television Championship. ...


Title history

Wrestler: Times: Date: Location: Notes:
NWA Mid-Atlantic Television Championship
Danny Miller 1 February 27, 1974 Raleigh, North Carolina Defeated Ole Anderson in a tournament final to become the first champion.
Ivan Koloff 1 May 10, 1974 Richmond, Virginia
Paul Jones 1 July 8, 1974 Charlotte, North Carolina
Ivan Koloff 2 October 24, 1974 Anderson, South Carolina
Paul Jones 2 December 26, 1974 Greensboro, North Carolina
Ric Flair 1 February 8, 1975 Winston-Salem, North Carolina
Paul Jones 3 August 8, 1975 Richmond, Virginia
Title vacated December 3, 1975 Title vacated after Jones defeats Terry Funk to win the NWA United States Heavyweight Championship on November 27, 1975 in Greensboro, North Carolina.
Angelo Mosca 1 April 14, 1976 Raleigh, North Carolina Defeated Tim Woods in a tournament final to win the vacant title.
Paul Jones 4 June 30, 1976 Raleigh, North Carolina
Angelo Mosca 2 August 11, 1976 Raleigh, North Carolina
Mr. Wrestling 1 October 16, 1976 Greensboro, North Carolina
Greg Valentine 1 November 8, 1976 Fayetteville, North Carolina
Rufus R. Jones 1 November 30, 1976 Charleston, South Carolina
Greg Valentine 2 January 19, 1977 Raleigh, North Carolina
Rufus R. Jones 2 February 15, 1977 Raleigh, North Carolina
Ric Flair 2 April 4, 1977 Greenville, South Carolina
Ricky Steamboat 1 June 15, 1977 Raleigh, North Carolina
Baron Von Raschke 1 October 12, 1977 Raleigh, North Carolina Raschke won a tournament to become the NWA Television Champion in March 1978.
NWA Television Championship
Johnny Weaver 1 March 5, 1978 Charlotte, North Carolina
Baron Von Raschke 2 March 26, 1978 Greensboro, North Carolina
Paul Jones 5 June 7, 1978 Raleigh, North Carolina
Ricky Steamboat 2 June 10, 1979 Asheville, North Carolina
Title vacated 1980
The Masked Superstar 1 April 1980 Raleigh, North Carolina Defeated Blackjack Mulligan in a tournament final to win the vacant title.
Title vacated October 1980
Roddy Piper 1 November 1, 1980 Richmond, Virginia Defeated Paul Jones in a tournament final to win the vacant title.
Title vacated January 27, 1981 Raleigh, North Carolina Title vacated when Piper defeats Ric Flair to win the NWA United States Heavyweight Championship.
Sweet Ebony Diamond 1 April 29, 1981 Raleigh, North Carolina Defeated Greg Valentine in a tournament final to win the vacant title.
Greg Valentine 3 1981
Sweet Ebony Diamond 2 May 30, 1981 Charlotte, North Carolina
Greg Valentine 4 1981
Ron Bass 1 September 6, 1981 Asheville, North Carolina
Ivan Koloff 3 November 3, 1981 Charlotte, North Carolina
Jimmy Valiant 1 January 2, 1982 Hampton, Virginia
Ivan Koloff 4 1982
Jimmy Valiant 2 June 6, 1982 Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Ivan Koloff 5 1982
Jimmy Valiant 3 October 17, 1982 Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Jos LeDuc 1 1982 Charlotte, North Carolina
Title vacated 1982 LeDuc was stripped of the title after using the ropes for leverage to win a match against Johnny Weaver.
Bad Leroy Brown 1 November 27, 1982 Greensboro, North Carolina Won a 20-man battle royal to win the vacant title.
Mike Rotundo 1 December 25, 1982 Charlotte, North Carolina
Dick Slater 1 February 22, 1983 Columbia, South Carolina
Roddy Piper 2 March 27, 1983 Asheville, North Carolina
Dick Slater 2 April 3, 1983 Greensboro, North Carolina
Jos LeDuc 2 April 30, 1983 Richmond, Virginia
The Great Kabuki 1 May 23, 1983 Greenville, South Carolina
Charlie Brown
(Jimmy Valiant)
4 November 24, 1983 Greensboro, North Carolina
Title vacated January 1984 Valiant vacates the title when he stops wrestling as Charlie Brown.
Mark Youngblood 1 March 7, 1984 Spartanburg, South Carolina Defeated Dick Slater in a tournament final to win the vacant title.
Tully Blanchard 1 March 28, 1984
Dusty Rhodes 1 March 16, 1985 Greensboro, North Carolina Rhodes recognized as NWA World Television Champion after defeating Blanchard.
NWA World Television Championship
Tully Blanchard 2 April 28, 1985 Charlotte, North Carolina
Dusty Rhodes 2 July 6, 1985 Charlotte, North Carolina
Title vacated October 19, 1985 Rhodes was stripped of the title due to being unable to defend after he suffered a broken leg at the hands on Ric Flair and Arn Anderson on September 29, 1985 in Atlanta, Georgia.
Arn Anderson 1 January 4, 1986 Greensboro, North Carolina Defeated Wahoo McDaniel in a tournament final to win the vacant title.
Dusty Rhodes 3 September 9, 1986 Columbia, South Carolina
Tully Blanchard 3 November 27, 1986 Greensboro, North Carolina This was a First Blood match at Starrcade '86
Nikita Koloff 1 August 17, 1987 Fayetteville, North Carolina Defeated UWF Television Champion Terry Taylor on November 26 1987at Starrcade '87 in Chicago, Illinois to unify the two titles.
Mike Rotunda 2 January 26, 1988 Raleigh, North Carolina
Rick Steiner 1 December 26, 1988 Raleigh, North Carolina
Mike Rotunda 3 February 20, 1989 Chicago, Illinois
Sting 1 March 31, 1989 Atlanta, Georgia
Title vacated July 23, 1989 Baltimore, Maryland Title held up after a match against The Great Muta.
The Great Muta 1 September 3, 1989 Atlanta, Georgia Defeated Sting in a rematch to win the held up title.
Arn Anderson 2 January 2, 1990 Gainesville, Georgia
Z-Man 1 December 4, 1990 Gainesville, Georgia
Arn Anderson 3 January 14, 1991 Marietta, Georgia Title renamed WCW World Television Championship in January 1991. Anderson was the final champion under the NWA name.

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References

  • NWA Mid-Atlantic Television Championship history at WrestlingTitles.com
  • NWA/WCW World Television Championship history at WrestlingTitles.com

See also


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WCW World Television Championship - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (468 words)
The World Championship Wrestling World Television Championship was one of the more unusual belts in the history of wrestling.
The championship could only be defended and won on television, and the challenger had ten (sometimes fifteen) minutes to obtain the belt.
Arn Anderson was recognized as the first WCW Television Champion on January 14, 1991, having been the NWA Television Champion up to that point.
World Championship Wrestling - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (5169 words)
World Championship Wrestling or WCW, was a professional wrestling promotion that was based in Atlanta and existed from 1986 to 2001.
World Championship Wrestling and the NWA were still two separate entities, though, with Crockett as NWA President, they were very much on the same page.
The WCW World Heavyweight Championship (which was renamed the World Championship) would continue to be used in WWF until it was merged with the WWF Championship into the WWF Undisputed Championship when Chris Jericho defeated The Rock and "Stone Cold" Steve Austin for the respective titles on December 9, 2001 on the PPV, Vengeance.
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