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WCW Tag Team Championship

[box type=”info” align=”alignleft” ]The WCW Tag Team Championship came to the WWE in March 2001 when the WWF bought the bankrupt World Championship Wrestling (WCW). The new acquisitions resulted in the WCW Tag Team Championship becoming another championship for the WWF competed for in the “Invasion” storyline. In 2001 at Survivor Series, the WCW and WWE Tag Team Championships were …

WWF Intercontinental Tag Team Championship

[box type=”info” align=”alignleft” ]The WWF Intercontinental Tag Team Championship was a short-lived championship in the World Wrestling Federation (WWF) during 1991. The belts were abandoned later the same year when the WWF severed ties with the UWF Japan. The title was a subordinate title to the WWF Tag Team titles.[/box] [divider] HISTORY # Superstar Reign Date Location Event Notes – …

WWF World Martial Arts Championship

The World Wrestling Federation (WWF) World Martial Arts Championship was a world heavyweight championship in the World Wrestling Federation (WWF) and later in New Japan Pro Wrestling (NJPW). It was created on December 18, 1978, and awarded to NJPW mainstay Antonio Inoki by Vincent J. McMahon, upon Inoki’s arrival to the promotion. The title was known for being contested in …

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WWF Women’s Tag Team Championship

[box type=”info” align=”alignleft” ]When Velvet McIntyre and Princess Victoria joined the WWF in 1983, they already held the NWA Women’s Tag Team Championship. The WWF, however, had since withdrawn from the National Wrestling Alliance, who owned the championships, and McIntyre and Victoria were instead recognized as the first WWF Women’s Tag Team Champions. On January 5, 2012, WWE.com ran an …

WWF Canadian Championship

[box type=”info” align=”alignleft” ]The WWF Canadian Championship was created in August 1985 when the World Wrestling Federation took over the Montreal-based International Wrestling (Lutte Internationale) promotion. Upon joining the WWF roster, IW mainstay Dino Bravo was billed as the WWF Canadian Champion in some Canadian cities until January 1986, when the title was abandoned.[/box] [divider] HISTORY # Superstar Reign Date …

WWF International Tag Team Championship

[box type=”info” align=”alignleft” ]The WWF International Tag Team Championship was a tag team championship in the World Wide Wrestling Federation from 1969 to 1972 and in the renamed World Wrestling Federation and New Japan Pro Wrestling for a short time in 1985.[/box] [divider] HISTORY # Superstar Reign Date Location Event Notes – Abandoned – October 31, 1985  –  – Titles …

WWF Junior Heavyweight Championship

[box type=”info” align=”alignleft” ]The WWWF Junior Heavyweight Championship is a former championship recognized by the World (Wide) Wrestling Federation and New Japan Pro Wrestling for wrestlers of smaller size. The title existed from 1967 through 1985.[/box] [divider] HISTORY # Superstar Reign Date Location Event Notes – Vacated – October 31, 1985 – – Vacated when New Japan and the WWF …

WWF International Championship

[box type=”info” align=”alignleft” ]The WWF International Championship is a former championship recognized by NWA Northeast, the World Wrestling Federation, New Japan Pro Wrestling and the Japanese UWF. The title existed from 1959 through 1963 and again from 1982 through 1985.[/box] [divider] HISTORY # Superstar Reign Date Location Event Notes 7 Akira Maeda 1 March 25, 1984 New York City, NY …

WWF North American Championship

[box type=”info” align=”alignleft” ]The WWF North American Championship was a relatively short-lived title in the World Wrestling Federation from 1979 until 1981. It is considered to be the spiritual predecessor to the WWE Intercontinental Championship after Pat Patterson was awarded the Intercontinental Championship as a result of an imaginary one night tournament. The first North American Heavyweight Champion was Ted …

WWWF USA Heavyweight Championship

[box type=”info” align=”alignleft” ]The WWWF USA Heavyweight Championship (often just referred to as the WWWF United States Championship) was a singles title used sporadically in the World Wide Wrestling Federation between 1963 and 1977. During the variable periods in which it was used, the title served as the promotion’s secondary singles championship to the WWWF World Heavyweight Championship. After the …