A GUIDE TO NFW CHAMPIONSHIP HISTORY
I. World Heavyweight Championship
II. World Tag/EMT Championships
III. Television Championship
IV. Triple Crown Championship
V. Mid-Atlantic Championship (defunct)
VI. National Championship (defunct)
VII. ULTRATITLE CHAMPIONS



NFW World Heavyweight Championship

# Champion Date Days Held Location Event Notes
1 Bloodhunt October 26, 2000 218 Baltimore, MD Crash 3 Defeated Ricky Zane in a singles match after both men won a 30-man Random Rumble.
2 Ricky Zane June 1, 2001 153 Lowell, MA Banned 4 Life Zanegate!
3 Rick Ryconik November 1, 2001 0 Lowell, MA Crash 7 Ryconik was immediately challenged and defeated by Armando Montezuma. However, Michael Manson held up the belt due to the questionable legitimacy of Montezuma's pin.
4 Shane Southern December 25, 2001 233 Lowell, MA Crash 8 Defeated Rick Ryconik, Bloodhunt, and Armando Montezuma in a fourway bout to capture the vacant title.
5 Bloodhunt (2) August 15, 2002 31 Lowell, MA Futureshock Title was defunct from August 15, 2003 until April 1, 2004 when NFW East Commissioner Michael Manson reinstated it.
6 Michael Manson May 1, 2004 399 Lowell, MA Crash 21
7 Doc Silver June 4, 2005 318 Tokyo, Japan Crash 27
8 Felix Red April 18, 2006 391 Tokyo, Japan Crash 35
9 Kin Hiroshi May 14, 2007 229 Dallas, TX Wrestlebowl II Forfeited the title when he left the arena during a threeway dance with Dan Ryan and Felix Red at Crash 43 on December 29, 2007. The bout would end inconclusively.
10 Dan Ryan February 15, 2008 65 Portland, OR Supercrash I: Coronation Defeated Felix Red to capture the vacant title.
11 Nova April 20, 2008 182 Indio, CA Wrestlestock II: Double or Nothing
12 Joe The Plumber October 19, 2008 860 Memphis, TN Supercrash II: Dawn of a Revolution Joe vacated the title on February 26, 2011 when President Eddie Mayfield suspended him for failing to submit to mandatory drug testing and medical examination.
13 Castor Strife July 29, 2011 519 Raleigh, NC Reloaded 9 Defeated Impulse in the finals of a four-man tournament to capture the vacant title.
14 Impulse December 29, 2012 185 Perth, Australia Reloaded 14 Defeated Castor Strife in The Cutting Room Floor scaffold match, sending him crashing 30 feet through tables and glass to capture the title.
15 Jack Harmen September 14, 2013 Reigning Philadelphia, PA Reloaded 18 Defeated Impulse and Jack Bryant in the first-ever 'TRIATHALON' match.

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NFW World Tag Team Championship
Everette Memorial Tag Team Championship

# Champion Date Days Held Location Event Notes
1 The Showstoppers December 25, 2000 158 Baltimore, MD Crash 5 Defeated The Oblivion Express and Hellmachine in a three-way dance.
2 Hellmachine June 1, 2001 440 Lowell, MA Banned 4 Life
3 The Original Showstoppers August 15, 2002 0 Lowell, MA Futureshock Defeated Storm in the final match of a 6-team playoff to capture the titles. Titles were discontinued at the conclusion of the night and were not reinstated until February 15, 2008.
4 The HWC February 15, 2008 247 Portland, OR Supercrash I: Coronation Defeated The Dream Team in the finals of a tournament to capture the renamed Everette Memorial Titles.
5 New Day Rising October 19, 2008 147 Memphis, TN Supercrash II: Dawn of a Revolution
6 The HWC (2) March 15, 2009 820 Chicago, IL Crash 47
7 The DRS June 13, 2011 300 North Charleston, SC Reloaded 8
8 Malik Anderson (3) & Bandit April 8th, 2012 65 Philadelphia, PA Brawl 50 Vacated at Reloaded 12 before Avery Cup Tournament
9 Superfly Express July 22nd, 2012 364 Hershey, PA Brawl 54 Defeated Jack Bryant & Malik Anderson in finals of Avery Everette Memorial Cup
10 Blaine Hollywood (3) and Rook Black July 21, 2013 28 East Rutherford, New Jersey Reloaded 16 Defeated the Superfly Express via Calvin Carlton/HFC double-turn screwjob.
11 The Graverobbers August 18, 2013 316 Brooklyn, NY Reloaded 17 Defeated The HFC upon Rook Black walkout, Blaine Hollywood crushed. This is Bandit's 2ND tag title reign.
12 The Chromatic Dragons June 29, 2014 Reigning Memphis, TN Reloaded 21 Defeated The Graverobbers in a Steel Cage match via pinfall.

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NFW Television Championship

# Champion Date Days Held Location Event Notes
1 Tempesta Del Fuerte July 15, 2002 61 Lowell, MA Impact 4 Defeated Chris McMillan in the finals of a one-night, 16-man tournament.
2 Steel Viper August 15, 2002 0 Lowell, MA Futureshock Title was discontinued at the conclusion of the night and was not reinstated until May 16, 2007.
3 Shawn Jessica Hart & Joe The Plumber May 16, 2007 0 Dallas, TX Wrestlebowl II Both men ruled co-champions after simultaneously winning a battle royal to determine the new champion. Hart disappeared the next night and Joe was declared sole champion.
3a Joe The Plumber May 16, 2007 669 Dallas, TX Wrestlebowl II Relinquished the title on October 19, 2008 upon winning the NFW World Heavyweight Championship.
4 Impulse March 15, 2009 412 Chicago, IL Crash 47 Won a Sears Tower match to capture the vacant title.
5 Castor Strife May 1, 2010 335 Auburn Hills, MI Reloaded 1 Forced to relinquish the title on April 1, 2011 in order to compete in the NFW World Heavyweight Title Tournament
6 Jack Bryant April 30, 2011 44 San Antonio, TX Supercrash III: Remember The Alamo Won a 5-man ladder match to capture the vacant title.
7 J.J. Deville June 13, 2011 139 North Charleston, SC Reloaded 8
8 Jack Bryant (2) October 31st, 2011 349 Norfolk, VA Reloaded X
9 Dorchester Stratton October 14th, 2012 76 George, Washington Brawl 57 Match 2 in a Best of 5 Series
10 Jack Bryant (3) December 29th, 2012 56 Perth, Austraila Reloaded 14 Match 4 in a Best of 5 Series
11 Dorchester Stratton (2) February 23rd, 2013 Reigning Amsterdam Reloaded 15 Match 5 in a Best of 5 Series

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NFW Triple Crown Championship

# Champion Date Days Held Location Event Notes
1 Rook Black April 20, 2012 457 San Antonio, TX Supercrash III: Remember The Alamo Title became Triple Crown Championship (Merged with Pure & Elite Championship) after Rook Black defeated Deacon & Stalker at Reloaded 11 (04/20/12)
2 Leyenda De Ocho July 21, 2013 Reigning East Rutherford, NJ Reoloaded 16 Won via cradle counter

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NFW Mid-Atlantic Championship (Defunct)

# Champion Date Days Held Location Event Notes
1 Alex Wylde June 1, 2001 180 Lowell, MA Banned 4 Life Defeated Armando Montezuma in the finals of a 16-man tournament.
2 Pat Black November 28, 2001 109 Lowell, MA Impact 2 Commissioner Michael Manson fired Black and discontinued the title on March 17, 2002 at Impact 2.

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NFW National Championship

# Champion Date Days Held Location Event Notes
1 Teresa Quaranta February 15, 2008 190 Portland, OR Supercrash I: Coronation Defeated Rook Black in the finals of a double-elimination tournament.
2 Steve Knox August 23, 2008 57 Daytona Beach, FL Crash 46
3 Rook Black October 19, 2008 923 Memphis, TN Supercrash II: Dawn of a Revolution
4 Thirteen April 30, 2011 0 San Antonio, TX Supercrash III: Remember The Alamo Thirteen was revealed to be High Flyer aka Jack Harmen.
5 Doc Curiosity April 30, 2011 0 San Antonio, TX Supercrash III: Remember The Alamo
6 Rook Black (2) April 30, 2011 255 San Antonio, TX Supercrash III: Remember The Alamo Title became Triple Crown Championship (Merged with Pure & Elite Championship) after Rook Black defeated Deacon & Stalker at Reloaded 11 (04/20/12)

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NFW Ultratitle Championship (2003-2007)

Season Winner Date Location Event Finalist
1 Michael Manson January 31, 2005 North Charleston, SC Wrestlebowl I Shane Southern
2 Nova May 16, 2007 Dallas, TX Wrestlebowl II Yori Yakamo, Jr.

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