WCWF Title Histories

World Heavyweight Title
World Tag Team Titles
United States Title
TV Title

 

WCWF World Heavyweight Title
Date Won
Date Lost
Event
Champion
Notes
Apr 11, 1963
May 17, 1963
unknown
Buddy Wayne
Wayne lost the NWA World Heavyweight Title under controversial circumstances that resulted in WCWF's split from the NWA and Wayne being declared the first WCWF World Heavyweight Champion.
May 17, 1963
Jan 18, 1971
unknown
Mario Mancini
 
Jan 18, 1971
Feb 8, 1971
unknown
Ivan Morowski
 
Feb 8, 1971
Dec 1, 1973
unknown
Pedro Gonzalez
 
Dec 1, 1973
Dec 10, 1973
unknown
Jake Stryker
 
Dec 10, 1973
Apr 30, 1977
unknown
Mario Mancini [2]
 
Apr 30, 1977
Feb 20, 1978
unknown
Billy Golden
 
Feb 20, 1978
Feb 24, 1980
unknown
David Runner
 
Feb 24, 1980
Jan 22, 1984
house show
The Ayatollah
 
Jan 22, 1984
Superclash
Randy Robinson
 

 

WCWF World Tag Team Titles
Date Won
Date Lost
Event
Champions
Notes
June 1, 1969
Dec 9, 1969
International Team Challenge
The Rising Suns
won a 16-team tournament held in Japan
Dec 9, 1969
June 15, 1970
unknown
The Italian Stallions
 
June 15, 1970
June 3, 1971
unknown
The Mongols
 
June 3, 1971
Dec 6, 1971
unknown
The Minnesota Wrecking Crew
 
Dec 6, 1971
Feb 1, 1972
unknown
The French Connection
 
Feb 1, 1972
May 22, 1972
unknown
Tropic Thunder
(Chief Piehau & The Maltese Mauler)
 
May 22, 1972
May 30, 1973
unknown
The Viet Cong Express
 
May 30, 1973
Sep 11, 1973
unknown
The Minnesota Wrecking Crew [2]
 
Sep 11, 1973
Nov 15, 1973
unknown
The Japanese Connection
(Mr. Fuji & Mr. Kita)
 
Nov 15, 1973
May 8, 1974
unknown
The Minnesota Wrecking Crew [3]
 
May 8, 1974
May 13, 1974
unknown
The Valiant Brothers
 
May 13, 1974
Aug 26, 1975
unknown
The Minnesota Wrecking Crew [4]
 
Aug 26, 1975
Nov 18, 1875
unknown
The Blackhearts
(Jake Blackheart & Roy Blackheart)
 
Nov 18, 1875
June 25, 1976
unknown
Team Bravo
(Gino Bravo & Alpha Bravo)
 
June 25, 1976
Dec 7, 1976
Showdown at Shea
The Painbringers
(Johnny "Bloody" Valentine
& Carl "Crippler" Stevens)
 
Dec 7, 1976
Sep 27, 1977
unknown
The Strongbows
 
Sep 27, 1977
Mar 14, 1978
unknown
The New Japanese Connection
(Mr. Fuji [2] & Mr. Yari)
 
Mar 14, 1978
June 26, 1978
unknown
Strike Force
(Jake Stryker & Alpha Bravo [2])
 
June 26, 1978
Nov 21, 1978
unknown
The Yukon Lumberjacks
 
Nov 21, 1978
Mar 6, 1979
unknown
The Young Italians
(Tony Ferrari & Mean Massimo)
 
Mar 6, 1979
July 4, 1979
unknown
The Valiant Brothers [2]
 
July 4, 1979
Apr 21, 1980
Great American Bash
Gang Greene
(Verne Greene & Greg Greene)
 
Apr 21, 1980
Aug 9, 1980
unknown
The Wild Samoans
 
Aug 9, 1980
Sep 9, 1980
Showdown at Shea
The Carribean Connection
(Pedro Gonzalez & Dory Calypso)
 
Sep 9, 1980
Mar 17, 1981
Championship Wrestling
(syndicated TV show)
The Wild Samoans [2]
 
Mar 17, 1981
Oct 31, 1981
Championship Wrestling
(syndicated TV show)
The Moondogs
 
Oct 31, 1981
Oct 26, 1982
Championship Wrestling
(syndicated TV show)
The New Japanese Connection
(Mr. Fuji [2] & Mr. Yari)
 
Oct 26, 1982
Mar 8, 1983
Championship Wrestling
(syndicated TV show)
The Strongbows [2]
 
Mar 8, 1983
Nov 15, 1983
Championship Wrestling
(syndicated TV show)
The Wild Samoans [3]
 
Nov 15, 1983
Apr 23, 1984
Championship Wrestling
(syndicated TV show)
Soul Train
(Porkchop Jones & Black Belt Douglas)
first black tag champions
Apr 23, 1984
MSG Show
The West German Express
(Baron Von Kaiser & Markus Von Krupp)
The Freedom Fighters interfered against Soul Train

 

WCWF United States Title
Date Won
Date Lost
Event
Champion
Notes
July 1, 1979
Apr 21, 1980
Great American Bash
Eddie Fargo
won a tournament to crown the inaugural champion
Apr 21, 1980
May 1, 1981
unknown
Pedro Gonzalez
 
May 1, 1981
June 21, 1981
unknown
Eddie Fargo [2]
 
June 21, 1981
Dec 4, 1981
unknown
Pedro Gonzalez [2]
 
Dec 4, 1981
Aug 22, 1982
unknown
Cpl. Punishishment
 
Aug 22, 1982
Nov 4, 1982
unknown
Rick Samson
 
Nov 4, 1982
Apr 16, 1983
unknown
Buck Hamato
 
Apr 16, 1983
April 30, 1983
unknown
vacant
Hamato vacated the title due to injury
Nov 4, 1982
April 30, 1983
unknown
Mean Massimo
won a tournment for the vacant title
April 30, 1983
June 10, 1983
unknown
Eddie Fargo [3]
 
June 10, 1983
Nov 24, 1983
unknown
Bruiser Barton
 
Nov 24, 1983
Dec 14, 1983
Starrcade
Jake Blackheart
cage match
Dec 14, 1983
June 9, 1984
Championship Wrestling
(syndicated TV show)
Jimmy Blast
 
June 9, 1984
USA Network Special
Chris Reese
Reese won after interference by Eddie Fargo

 

WCWF TV Title
Date Won
Date Lost
Event
Champion
Notes
Sep 1, 1984
WCWF Saturday Night
Rick Samson
won an 8-man tournament, defeating Sol Salamanca in the finals