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American Wrestling Association
Superstars Of Wrestling
World Heavyweight Championship
(June 6, 1996 - Present)
Won By: Won From:     Date: Event: Location: Length of         
Title Reign:         
Jonnie Stewart Larry Gligorovich Jun. 06, 1996        -- Rochester, MN, USA 2 yrs, 298 days     
Stewart defeats Gligorovich in a match for the championship when Greg Gagne purchases the rights to the A.W.A. name & championships and starts his own promotion, A.W.A. Superstars of Wrestling/A.W.A. Wrestilng Entertainment.
King Kong Bundy Jonnie Stewart Mar. 31, 1999        -- Oshkosk, WI, USA 1 yr, 121 days     
** Title Vacated ** King Kong Bundy Jul. 29, 2000        -- Pine Bluff, AR, USA 0 days     
The championship is vacated when King Kong Bundy fails to defend the title.
Greg Gagne -- Jul. 29, 2000        -- Pine Bluff, AR, USA 0 days     
Greg Gagne awards the title to himself after stripping it from King Kong Bundy.
The Patriot Dale Gagne Jul. 29, 2000        -- Pine Bluff, AR, USA 0 days     
Larry Gligorovich The Patriot Jul. 29, 2000        -- Pine Bluff, AR, USA 309 days     
Eric Priest Larry Gligorovich Jun. 03, 2001        -- Hillside, IL, USA 292 days     
Evan Karagias Eric Priest Mar. 22, 2002        -- Casa Grande, AR, USA 41 days     
Danny Dominion (2) Evan Karagias May 02, 2002        -- Cottonwood, AR, USA 2 days     
Evan Karagias (2) Danny Dominion May 04, 2002        -- LeMoore, CA, USA 168 days     
Horshu Evan Karagias Oct. 19, 2002        -- Mercedes, TX, USA 194 days     
** Title Vacated ** Horshu May 01, 2003        -- -- 66 days     
The title is vacated when Matt Wiese (Horshu) signs with W.W.E.
Evan Karagias (3) Eric Priest Jul. 06, 2003        -- LeMoore, CA, USA 179 days     
Karagias defeats Priest in a match for the vacated championship.
** Title Vacated ** Evan Karagias Jan. 01, 2004        -- -- 1 yr, 23 days     
Title vacated in early 2004.
Takao Ohmori Tournament Jan. 23, 2005        -- Tokyo, Kantō, Japan 139 days     
Ohmori defeats Steve Corino in the tournament finals for the vacated title.
Steve Corino Takao Ohmori Jun. 11, 2005        -- Bay City, MI, USA 225 days     
Shinjiro Ohtani Steve Corino Jan. 22, 2006        -- Tokyo, Kantō, Japan 69 days     
Takao Ohmori (2) Shinjiro Ohtani Apr. 01, 2006        -- Tokyo, Kantō, Japan 74 days     
Ric Converse Takao Ohmori Jun. 14, 2006        -- Indianapolis, IN, USA 207 days     
Steve Corino (2) Ric Converse Jan. 07, 2007        -- Pottstown, PA, USA 75 days     
Ric Converse disputed the controversial finish of the match. As the decision is being evaluated by A.W.A. President Dale Gagne, Corino remains "Interim" A.W.A. Champion.
TNT Steve Corino Mar. 23, 2007        -- Cardiff, NSW, Australia 9 days     
Takao Ohmori (3) Steve Corino Apr. 01, 2007        -- Yokohoma, Japan 208 days     
Masato Tanaka Takao Ohmori Oct. 26, 2007        -- Tokyo, Kantō, Japan 42 days     
** Title Vacated ** Masato Tanaka Dec. 07, 2007        -- -- 60 days     
Tanaka is stripped of the title after Pro Wrestling ZERO1-Max ends its affiliation with A.W.A. All-Stars.
Larry Zbyszko -- Feb. 05, 2008        -- -- 74 days     
Zbyszko awards himself the title stating that he never lost the title to begin with back in 1990.
Brian Logan 3-Way Match Apr. 19, 2008        Mountain Mayhem Fayetteville, WV, USA 175 days     
Logan defeated Larry Zbyszko and Ricky Landell in a 3-way match for the title.
Ricky Landell Brian Logan Oct. 11, 2008        -- Indianapolis, IN, USA 133 days     
Keith Walker Ricky Landell Feb. 21, 2009        -- Michigan City, IN, USA 8 yrs, 214 days