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WCW World Television Championship History



Arn Anderson
1/14/91
Marietta, GA

With NWA no longer operating, the title is officially the WCW TV title


Bobby Eaton
05/19/91
St. Petersburg, FL


Steve Austin
6/3/91
Birmingham, AL


Barry Windham
4/27/92
Atlanta, GA

Steve Austin [2]
5/23/92
Chattanooga, TN

Ricky Steamboat
9/2/92

Scott Stiener
9/29/92
Vacated in 11/92 when Steiners went to WWF
Paul Orndorff
3/2/93
Daytona, FL
Ricky Steamboat
8/18/93
Daytona, FL

Lord Steven Regal
9/19/93
Houston, TX


Larry Zbyszko
5/2/94
Atlanta, GA


Lord Steven Regal [4]
6/23/94
Charleston, SC


Johnny B. Badd
9/18/94
Roanoke, VA

Arn Anderson [2]
1/8/95

Renegade
6/18/95
Dayton, OH

Diamond Dallas Page
9/17/95
Ashville, NC

Johhny B. Badd [2]
10/29/95
Detroit, MI
Lex Luger
2/17/96
Baltomore, MD

Johnny B. Badd [3]
2/18/96
Norfolk, VA


Lex Luger [2]
3/6/96
Macon, GA

Lord Steven Regal [3]
8/20/96
Dalton, GA

Prince Iaukea
2/17/97
Tampa, FL

Ultimo Dragon
4/7/97
Huntsville, AL

Lord Steven Regal [4]
5/18/97
Chatlotte, NC
Ultimo Dragon
7/22/97
Jacksonville, FL

Alex Wright
8/21/97
Nashville, TN

Disco Inferno
9/22/97
Salt Lake City

Perry Saturn
11/3/97
Philadelphia, PA

Disco Inferno [2]
12/8/97
Buffalo, NY

Booker T.
12/29/97
Baltimore, MD

Rick Martel
2/16/98
Tampa, FL

Booker T [2]
2/22/98
San Francisco, CA

Fit Finley
5/4/98
Indianapolis, IN

Booker T
6/14/98
Baltimore, MD

Stevie Ray


Chris Jericho


Konnan
11/30/98
Chattanooga, TN

Scott Stiener [2]
12/28/98
Baltimore, MD

Booker T
3/14/99
Knoxville, TN


Rick Stiener
5/9/99
St. Louis, MO


Chris Benoit
9/13/99
Chapel Hill, NC


Rick Stiener
10/24/99
Las Vegas, NV


Scott Hall
Belt given to him because he was the number one contender when Stiener got injured

Belt Currently retired as Scott Hall thew it in the trash can.

Hacksaw Jim Duggan finds belt in trash and begins to defend it on 2/19/00
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