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Heartland Wrestling Association
Cruiserweight Championship
(August 22, 1997 - January 6, 2004)
Won By: Won From:     Date: Event: Location: Length of         
Title Reign:         
Tarek The Great Tournament Aug. 22, 1997        -- Harveysburg, OH, USA 0 days     
Tarek defeated El Piranha (Shark Boy) in the finals of a tournament to crown the first champion.
Bobby Kane 3-Way Match Feb. 27, 1999        -- Hamilton, OH, USA 88 days     
Kane defeated Tarek and Shark Boy in a 3-way match for the title.
Shark Boy Bobby Kane May 26, 1999        -- Fort Mitchell, KY, USA 63 days     
** Title Vacated ** Shark Boy Jul. 28, 1999        -- -- 28 days     
Shark Boy vacates the title after signing with W.C.W.
Todd Morton Tournament Aug. 25, 1999        -- Fort Mitchell, KY, USA 178 days     
Morton defeated Rory Fox in the finals of a tournament for the vacant title.
** Title Vacated ** Todd Morton Feb. 19, 2000        -- Hamilton, OH, USA 0 days     
Morton vacates the title after no-showing the event.
Shark Boy (2) Matt Stryker Feb. 19, 2000        -- Hamilton, OH, USA 231 days     
Shark Boy defeated Matt Stryker, who won a battle royal earlier in the night, for the vacant title.
Rory Fox Shark Boy Oct. 07, 2000        -- Blanchester, OH, USA 28 days     
Shark Boy (3) Rory Fox Nov. 04, 2000        -- Blanchester, OH, USA 122 days     
Shark Boy pinned Fox in a tag team match where the title would change hands if Fox was pinned. Shark Boy was partnered with Race Steele while Fox was with Chip Fairway.
** Title Vacated ** Shark Boy Mar. 06, 2001        -- -- 10 days     
Shark Boy vacates the title after winning the H.W.A. Heavyweight Championship on February 27.
Matt Stryker Pepper Parks Mar. 16, 2001        -- Rising Sun, IN, USA 102 days     
Pepper Parks Matt Stryker Jun. 26, 2001        -- Cincinnati, OH, USA 44 days     
Matt Stryker (2) 4-Way Match Aug. 09, 2001        -- Cincinnati, OH, USA 24 days     
Stryker defeated Pepper Parks, Shark Boy and Chad Collyer in a 4-way match for the title.
Jamie Knoble Matt Stryker Sep. 02, 2001        -- Jeffersonville, IN, USA 129 days     
Shannon Moore Jamie Knoble Jan. 09, 2002        -- Dayton, OH, USA 35 days     
Chad Collyer 3-Way Match Feb. 13, 2002        -- Dayton, OH, USA 39 days     
Collyer defeated Moore and Matt Stryker in a 3-way match for the title.
Shannon Moore (2) Chad Collyer Mar. 24, 2002        -- Jeffersonville, IN, USA 45 days     
B.J. Whitmer 4-Way Match May 08, 2002        -- Dayton, OH, USA 153 days     
Whitmer defeated Moore, Jamie Knoble and Matt Stryker in a 4-way elimination match for the title.
Rory Fox (2) B.J. Whitmer Oct. 08, 2002        -- Cincinnati, OH, USA 36 days     
The Hussla Rory Fox Nov. 13, 2002        -- Englewood, OH, USA 80 days     
Rory Fox (3) The Hussla Feb. 01, 2003        -- Batavia, OH, USA 111 days     
J.T. Stahr 4-Way Match May 23, 2003        -- Dayton, OH, USA 2 days     
Stahr & Dalton become co-champions in a 4-way match when both competitors pinned Fox at the same time.
Rory Fox (4) Stahr & Dalton May 25, 2003        -- Cincinnati, OH, USA 104 days     
Fox pinned both Stahr & Dalton in a handicap elimination match.
Quinten Lee Rory Fox Sep. 06, 2003        -- Batavia, OH, USA 52 days     
Rory Fox (5) El Temor Oct. 28, 2003        -- Cincinnati, OH, USA 0 days     
Fox defeated El Temor, who was actually Quinten Lee under a mask.
Quinten Lee (2) Rory Fox Oct. 28, 2003        -- Cincinnati, OH, USA 70 days     
The title is renamed the H.W.A. Television Championship.