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Extreme Championship Wrestling
E.C.W. World Television
World Television Title
(August 27, 1994 - April 11, 2001)
Won By: Won From:     Date: Event: Location: Length of         
Title Reign:         
Jason Knight -- Aug. 27, 1994        -- -- 69 days     
On August 27, 1994, Eastern Championship Wrestling separates from the N.W.A. and renames the promotion Extreme Championship Wrestling. The they also retained control of the Television Championship.
2 Cold Scorpio Jason Knight Nov. 04, 1994        -- Hamburg, PA, USA 0 days     
Dean Malenko 2 Cold Scorpio Nov. 04, 1994        -- Hamburg, PA, USA 134 days     
2 Cold Scorpio (2) Dean Malenko Mar. 18, 1995        E.C.W. Arena Philadelphia, PA, USA 21 days     
Eddy Guerrero 2 Cold Scorpio Apr. 08, 1995        Three Way Dance Philadelphia, PA, USA 104 days     
Dean Malenko (2) Eddy Guerrero Jul. 21, 1995        -- Tampa, FL, USA 7 days     
Eddy Guerrero (2) Dean Malenko Jul. 28, 1995        -- Middletown, NY, USA 28 days     
2 Cold Scorpio (3) Eddie Guerrero Aug. 25, 1995        -- Jim Thorpe, PA, USA 126 days     
Mikey Whipwreck (2) 2 Cold Scorpio Dec. 29, 1995        Holiday Hell New York, NY, USA 7 days     
2 Cold Scorpio (4) Mikey Whipwreck Jan. 05, 1996        House Party Philadelphia, PA, USA 127 days     
Shane Douglas 2 Cold Scorpio May 11, 1996        A Matter Of Respect Philadelphia, PA, USA 21 days     
Pitbull #2 Shane Douglas Jun. 01, 1996        Fight The Power Philadelphia, PA, USA 21 days     
Chris Jericho Pitbull #2 Jun. 22, 1996        Hardcore Heaven Philadelphia, PA, USA 21 days     
Shane Douglas (2) 4-Way Elim. Match Jul. 13, 1996        Heat Wave Philadelphia, PA, USA 329 days     
Shane Douglas wins the title in a 4-Corners Elimination Match that also included the champion Chris Jericho, Pitbull #2 and 2 Cold Scorpio.
Taz (2) Shane Douglas Jun. 07, 1997        Wrestlepalooza Philadelphia, PA, USA 267 days     
Bam Bam Bigelow Taz Mar. 01, 1998        Living Dangerously Asbury Park, NJ, USA 34 days     
Rob Van Dam Bam Bam Bigelow Apr. 04, 1998        -- Buffalo, NY, USA 1 yr, 342 days     
** Title Vacated ** Rob Van Dam Mar. 11, 2000        -- -- 1 day     
Rob Van Dan vacated the title due to injury.
Super Crazy Tournament Mar. 12, 2000        Living Dangerously Danbury, CT, USA 27 days     
Super Crazy defeated Rhino in the finals of a tournament to win the title.
Tajiri 3-Way Match Apr. 08, 2000        E.C.W. on T.N.N. Buffalo, NY, USA 14 days     
Yoshihiro Tajiri defeated Super Crazy and Little Guido in a Three-Way Dance to win the vacant title.
Rhino Tajiri Apr. 22, 2000        CyberSlam Philadelphia, PA, USA 126 days     
Kid Kash Rhino Aug. 26, 2000        Mid-Town Massacre Queens, NY, USA 14 days     
Rhino Richards (2) Kid Kash Sep. 09, 2000        E.C.W. on T.N.N. Mississauga, ON, Canada 214 days     
On April 11, 2001, H.H.G. Corporation, the parent comapany owned by Paul Heyman declared bankruptcy. Although E.C.W. would continue to exist in the W.W.F., the titles owned by E.C.W. cease to exist.