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Title Holder
Defeated
Title Reign
Date
City
Notes
Buddy RogersAntonio Rocca
??? days
04/??/63
??????, ??
Bruno SammartinoBuddy Rogers
2,803 days
05/17/63
New York, NY
1
Ivan KoloffBruno Sammartino
21 days
01/18/71
New York, NY
Pedro MoralesIvan Koloff
1,027 days
02/08/71
New York, NY
Stan StasiakPedro Morales
9 days
12/01/73
Philadelphia, PA
Bruno Sammartino (2)Stan Stasiak
1,237 days
12/10/73
New York, NY
Superstar GrahamBruno Sammartino
296 days
04/30/77
Baltimore, MD
Bob BacklundSuperstar Graham
638 days
02/20/78
New York, NY
2
Antonio InokiBob Backlund
6 days
11/30/79
Tokoshima, Japan
3
Bob BacklundAntonio Inoki
1,481 days
12/06/79
Tokyo, Japan
Iron SheikBob Backlund
28 days
12/26/83
New York, NY
4
Hulk HoganIron Sheik
1,474 days
01/23/84
New York, NY
Andre the GiantHulk Hogan
45 seconds
02/05/88
Indianapolis, IN
5
Randy SavageTed Dibiase
371 days
03/27/88
Atlantic City, NJ
6
Hulk Hogan (2)Randy Savage
364 days
04/02/89
Atlantic City, NJ
Ultimate WarriorHulk Hogan
293 days
04/01/90
Toronto, Ontario
Sargeant SlaughterUltimate Warrior
64 days
01/19/91
Miami, FL
Hulk Hogan (3)Sargeant Slaughter
248 days
03/24/91
Los Angeles, CA
UndertakerHulk Hogan
6 days
11/27/91
Detriot, MI
Hulk Hogan (4)Undertaker
1 day
12/03/91
San Antonio, TX
7
Ric Flair---
77 days
01/19/92
Albany, NY
8
Randy Savage (2)Ric Flair
149 days
04/05/92
Indianapolis, IN
Ric Flair (2)Randy Savage
41 days
09/01/92
Hershey, PA
Bret HartRic Flair
174 days
10/12/92
Saskatoon, Sasktwn.
YokozunaBret Hart
127 Seconds
04/04/93
Las Vegas, NV
Hulk Hogan (5)Yokozuna
70 days
04/04/93
Las Vegas, NV
9
Yokozuna (2)Hulk Hogan
280 days
06/13/93
Dayton, OH
Bret Hart (2)Yokozuna
248 days
03/20/94
New York, NY
10
Bob Backlund (3)Bret Hart
3 days
11/23/94
San Antonio, TX
DieselBob Backlund
358 days
11/26/94
New York, NY
Bret Hart (3)Diesel
133 days
11/19/95
Landover, MD
Shawn MichaelsBret Hart
231 days
03/31/96
Anaheim, CA
Sycho SidShawn Michaels
63 days
11/17/96
New York, NY
Shawn Michaels (2)Sycho Sid
25 days
01/19/97
San Antonio, TX
11
Bret Hart (4)---
1 day
02/16/97
Chattanoga, TN
12
Sycho SidBret Hart
34 days
02/17/97
Nashville, TN
Undertaker (2)Sycho Sid
133 days
03/23/97
Chicago, IL
Bret Hart (5)Undertaker
98 days
08/03/97
East Rutherford, NJ
13
Shawn Michaels (3)Bret Hart
140 days
11/09/97
Montreal, Quebec
14
Steve AustinShawn Michaels
91 days
03/29/98
Boston, MA
KaneSteve Austin
1 day
06/28/98
Pittsburgh, PA
15
Steve Austin (2)Kane
89 days
06/29/98
Cleveland, OH
Undertaker/KaneSteve Austin
Vacant
09/26/98
Hamilton, ONT
16
The RockMankind
44 days
11/15/98
St. Louis, MO
17
MankindThe Rock
26 days
12/29/98
Worcester, MA
The Rock(2)Mankind
2 days
1/24/99
Anaheim, CA
18
Mankind(2)The Rock
20 days
1/26/99
Tucson, AZ
19
The Rock(3)Mankind
41 days
2/15/99
Birmingham, AL
20
Steve Austin(3)The Rock
56 days
3/28/99
Philadelphia, PA
Undertaker(3)Steve Austin
36 days
5/23/99
Kansas City, MO
Steve Austin(4)The Undertaker
55 days
6/28/99
Charlotte, NC
Mankind(3)Steve Austin
1 day
8/22/99
Minneapolis, MN
21
Triple HMankind
21 days
8/23/99
Ames, IA
Vince McMahonTriple H
6 days
9/14/99
Las Vega, NV
22
Triple H(2)The Rock
49 days
9/26/99
Charlotte, NC
23
The Big ShowTriple H
50 days
11/14/99
Detroit, MI
24
Triple H (3)The Big Show118 Days
01/03/00
Miami, FL
The Rock (4)Triple H
21 Days
04/30/00
Washington, D.C.
Triple H (4)The Rock
35 days
05/21/00
Louisville, KY
The Rock (5)Triple H
Current Champ
06/25/00
Boston, MA

Notes:

1- Bruno was declared first ever WWF Champ after he beat Buddy Rogers who was first ever WWWF Champ.

2- Title reign is from the period of time between when Backlund beat Graham for the title on 02/20/78 to when he lost it to the Iron Sheik on 12/26/83.

3- Inoki winning the title was not anknowledged in the U.S.

4- Bob Backlund's manager, Arnold Skaaland, threw in the towel to end this match and give The Iron Sheik the Title. The Iron Sheik had Backlund in his finishing move, the camel clutch, when Backlund's back was already injured, so Arnold threw in the towel.

5- This pinfall was controversial because referee counted to 3 when Hogan's shoulder was clearly up at the 2 count. As soon as Andre won the title, he gave it to Ted Dibiase. WWF President then ordered that transaction invalid, and ordered the belt be vacated and a tournament to be held for the belt at Wrestlemania IV.

6- This was a tournament final at Wrestlemania IV.

7- Title was declared vacant the next day by WWF President Jack Tunney. That was due to the controversy in the way Hogan won the title, Ric Flair was at ringside and knocked tunney out with a chair, Undertaker's manager Paul Bearer accidentally hit the Undertaker with the urn after missing Hogan with it, and Hogan pinned him. Tunney ruled that the WWF Title would then be given to the winner of the 1992 Royal Rumble.

8- Ric Flair won the title after winning the 30 man Royal Rumble.

9- This was at Wrestlemania IX. After Yokozuna beat Bret Hart for the title in a controversial decision, Hulk Hogan came out and challenged him. Mr. Fuji accidentally hit Yokozuna with salt in the eyes after missing Hogan, Hogan gave Yokozuna the legdrop, and won the WWF Title.

10- Rowdy Roddy Piper was the special guest referee for this Title bout.

11- Shawn Michaels vacated the Title on 02/13/97 on a special Thuirsday Raw Thursday Live. The reason for this was because of a knee injury.

12- Bret was awarded the vacant WWF Title after defeating 3 other men in the Final Four no DQ match at In Your House: Final Four.

13- Shawn Michaels served as the special guest referee for this bout.

14- In one of the most controversial title matches ever, the referee called for the bell just seconds after Shawn put Bret in the Sharpshooter. Bret never really submitted to the hold and Shawn left with the belt.

15-Kane defeated Steve Austin in the first ever "Blood Match".

16-Undertaker and Kane both chokeslammed and pinned Steve Austin and as a result the title was declared vacant. To determine the WWF champ, owner Vince McMahon set up a match at the following IYH between Kane and the Undertaker.

17-The Rock defeats Mankind in the final of the World Title Tournament after owner Vince McMahon calls for the belt. After the match, The Rock joins McMahon's corporate stable.

18-The Rock beats Mankind in an "I Quit" match, after a taped version of Mankind saying the words is aired over the PA system.

19-Mankind defeats The Rock before the Tuesday Tapings in an "Empty Arena" match, which was aired during Halftime Heat.

20-With the help of Paul Wight, The Rock defeats Mankind in a "Ladder Match".

21-Mankind pins Steve Austin to win the WWF title in a Triple Threat Match also involving HHH.

22-Vince McMahon beats Triple H with the help of Steve Austin, but the week after on RAW (9/20/99), McMahon declared the title vacant, with the winner of the Unforgiven main event becoming the undisputed champion.

23-Triple H pins The Rock to become the undisputed WWF champion in the Six-Pack match, which also featured Kane, Mankind, Bulldog and Big Show.

24-The original match was scheduled to be Triple H (c) vs. Steve Austin vs. The Rock. However, during the PPV, Austin was "hit by a car", which took him out of the match and The Big Show replaced him. TBS went on to capture the title with the help of Vince McMahon.