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Mason-Dixon Wrestling Title History

Heavyweight Title:
(Originally billed as Atlantic Coast Championship Wrestling Heavyweight Title)

1.Buddy Rose
08/23/97-Clarksburg, WV
2.Gatekeeper
09/13/97-Kingwood, WV
3.Rough Rider
12/13/97-Buckhannon, WV
4.Eddie Edmonds
04/11/98-Buckhannon, WV
TITLE VACANT
Edmonds stripped due to lack of defenses - exact date unknown
5.Brian Logan
08/01/98-Clarksburg, WV
TITLE VACANT
08/22/98
Declared vacant due to unspecified stipulation in 8/01 match contract
6.Brian Logan [2]
12/19/98-Kingwood, WV
Defeated Buddy Rose for vacant title
TITLE VACANT
12/20/98
Title was declared vacant when renamed Mason-Dixon Wrestling Heavyweight
Title
7.Jamie Harris
3/01/1999-Kingwood
Harris wins battle royal for the title.
8.Mason Hunter
4/15/2000-Morgantown, WV
TITLE VACANT
5/12/2001
Mason Hunter stripped of title for wrestling in another promotion while
still the MDW champion
9.Brock Singleton
12/08/2001-Morgantown, WV
Defeated Mason Hunter to win vacant title.
10. Unified with Tri-State title and NWA Tri-State Heavyweight title by
Magnum (over Brock Singleton (MDW Heavyweight) and Mason Hunter (MDW
Tri-State) for on 03/08/2002 - Stonewood, WV
11. Mason Hunter(2) (over Brock Singleton and Magnum in 3-way dance for all
three belts)
03/10/2002 - Morgantown, WV
*Hunter loses NWA TS belt to Matt Vandal on 3/16/02 in Parkersburg, WV;
Retains both MDW belts.


Light Heavyweight Title
(Originally called Atlantic Coast Championship Wrestling Lightweight Title)
1.Joey Austin
12/13/97-Buckhannon, WV
Defeated Bobby Kane to become the first champion
2.Bounty Hunter
03/14/98-New Martinsville, WV
3.Red Devil
08/22/98-Buckhannon, WV
4.Bounty Hunter [2]
12/12/98-Buckhannon, WV
Defeated Red Devil and Cuban Commando for title
Title Renamed Mason-Dixon Wrestling Light Heavyweight Title
5.Latin Tornado
06/23/99-Franklin, WV
6.Bounty Hunter [3]
06/24/99-Moorefield, WV
7.Latin Tornado [2]
08/06/99-Kingwood, WV
8.Bounty Hunter [4]
05/03/2000-Stonewood, WV
9.El Guano
05/10/2000-Stonewood, WV
TITLE VACANT
7/10/2000
Title vacated when El Guano is deported for work visa violation by INS.
10.J.T. Martin
08/05/2000-Nutter Fort, WV
Defeated Puck for vacant title at 2000 Blackberry Festival card.
TITLE VACANT
12/01/2000
J.T. Martin suffers career-threatening spine injury, forced to forfeit title
to #1 contender--Latin Tornado
11.Latin Tornado [3]
03/10/2001-Morgantown, WV
Defeated Puck and King for vacant title
TITLE VACANT
6/2001
Latin Tornado stripped of title for lack of defenses.
12.Puck
07/14/2001-Stonewood, WV
Defeated Tommy Hawk & Lunar in a Triple Threat match to win vacant title.


Tag Team Titles
(Originally Atlantic Coast Championship Wrestling Tag Team titles)
1.Brad and Bart Batten
11/01/97-New Martinsville, WV
Defeated Dark Overlord and Gatekeeper to become the first champions
2.R.J. Stomper and Cousin Elmer
11/08/97-Kingwood, WV
3.Death and Destruction (Frank Parker and Roger Anderson)
04/11/98-Buckhannon, WV
4.Baltimore Bad Boys (Eddie Edmonds and Mike Morgan)
10/10/98-Buckhannon, WV
5.Brute Force (Brute Shooter and Seth James)
12/05/98-Clarksburg, WV
6.Baltimore Bad Boys [2]
12/12/98-Buckhannon, WV
7.Brute Force [2]
12/18/98-Shinnston, WV
Title is renamed MDW Tag Team Title
12/20/98
8.El Guanos (Chico and Flemo)
04/02/99-Buckhannon, WV
9.Mass Destruction (Nevada Crippler and Ox Williams)
04/21/99-Nutter Fort, WV
10.DOA and Tommy Hawk
07/25/99-Charlestown, WV
11.The Thrillbillies (Ox and Jed )
08/13/99-Buckhannon, WV
12.The Masked Assassins
06/28/2000-Stonewood, WV
13.The Thrillbillies [2]
12/09/2000-Morgantown, WV
14.The Masked Assassins [2] (Revealed later as Boomer Payne & Punchy McGee)
3/2001
Titles awarded to Assassins (#1 contenders) as Thrillbillies failed to make
necessary defenses due to injuries.
15.The Thrillbillies [3]
08/04/2001-Nutter Fort, WV
16.The Masked Assassins [3]
9/29/2001-Morgantown, WV
17.The Thrillbillies [4]
12/07/2001-Stonewood, WV
18.The Masked Assassins [4]
12/07/2001
Titles returned to Assassins on technicality: only Ox pinned Assassins
(McGee & Payne). Jed was not present for the card; MDW rules stipulate
there must be two participants on each team for tag title matches. However,
the win is recorded as a title win for Thrillbillies and the return of the
titles is recognized as a title win for the Assassins according to a ruling
by the executive committee.
19.The Thrillbillies [5]
12/08/2001-Morgantown, WV


Tri-State Title
(Originally the Atlantic Coast Championship Wrestling Television Title)
1."Playboy" Buddy Rose
09/20/97-New Martinsville, WV
*Defeats Bart Batten to become the first champion.
2.Mr. Attitude
11/08/97-Kingwood, WV
3.Scotty Blaze
12/13/97-Buckhannon, WV
4.Colonel Payne
05/06/98-Clarksburg, WV
5.T. Rantula
08/01/98-Clarksburg, WV
TITLE RETIRED
12/20/98


Title reactivated as MASON-DIXON WRESTLING TRI-STATE TITLE
1.Punchy McGee
03/13/99-Nutter Fort, WV
Defeated Bob Brown to become first MDW Tri-State champion.
2.Chick Scott
04/15/2000-Morgantown, WV
3.Latin Tornado
06/03/2000-Kingwood, WV
4.Chick Scott [2]
06/10/2000-Elkins, WV
5.Tony Nardo
08/05/2000-Nutter Fort, WV
Announced as champion. Chick Scott suffered an arm/shoulder injury, and had
to forfeit the title to Nardo (#1 contender at the time).
6.Latin Tornado [2]
08/05/2000-Nutter Fort, WV
7.Scotty McKeever
08/19/2000-Elkins, WV
TITLE VACANT
03/01/2001
McKeever stripped of title for lack of defenses
8.Lance Malinowski
03/10/2001-Morgantown, WV
Won vacant title in battle royal
TITLE VACANT
09/01/2001
Malinowski stripped of title for lack of defenses
9.Mason Hunter
09/29/2001-Morgantown, WV
Defeated Zubov to win vacant title.
10. Unified with heavyweight title and NWA Tri-State Heavyweight title by
Magnum on 03/08/2002 (over Mason Hunter and Brock Singleton) - Stonewood, WV
*Hunter loses NWA TS title on 3/16/02 to Matt Vandal in Parkersburg, WV;
Retains both MDW titles