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National Wrestling Alliance
Championship Wrestling From Florida
Heavyweight Championship
(August 11, 1966 - December 1988)
Won By: Won From:     Date: Event: Location: Length of         
Title Reign:         
Lester Welch Tournament Aug. 11, 1966        -- Tampa, FL, USA 0 days     
Welch defeated Sputnik Monroe in the finals of a tournament for the title.
Louie Tillet Lester Welch Mar. 20, 1967        -- W. Palm Beach, FL, USA 42 days     
Wahoo McDaniel Louie Tillet May 01, 1967        -- Orlando, FL, USA 15 days     
Boris Malenko Wahoo McDaniel May 16, 1967        -- Tampa, FL, USA 102 days     
Johnny Valentine Boris Malenko Aug. 26, 1967        -- Tampa, FL, USA 101 days     
Joe Scarpa Johnny Valentine Dec. 05, 1967        -- Tampa, FL, USA 22 days     
Johnny Valentine (2) Joe Scarpa Dec. 27, 1967        -- Tampa, FL, USA 124 days     
Red Bastien Johnny Valentine Apr. 30, 1968        -- Tampa, FL, USA 58 days     
Johnny Valentine (3) Red Bastien Jun. 27, 1968        -- Jacksonville, FL, USA 88 days     
Nick Kozak Johnny Valentine Sep. 23, 1968        -- Orlando, FL, USA 61 days     
The Gladiator Nick Kozak Nov. 23, 1968        -- Tampa, FL, USA 73 days     
Hans Mortier The Gladiator Feb. 04, 1969        -- Tampa, FL, USA 70 days     
Cyclone Negro Hans Mortier Apr. 15, 1969        -- Tampa, FL, USA 133 days     
Dale Lewis Cyclone Negro Aug. 26, 1969        -- Tampa, FL, USA 118 days     
Mr. Saito Dale Lewis Dec. 22, 1969        -- Tampa, FL, USA 50 days     
Jack Brisco Mr. Saito Feb. 10, 1970        -- Tampa, FL, USA 98 days     
Missouri Mauler Jack Brisco May 19, 1970        -- Tampa, FL, USA 105 days     
Jack Brisco (2) Missouri Mauler Sep. 01, 1970        -- -- 105 days     
Exact date and location unknown.
Tarzan Tyler Jack Brisco Dec. 15, 1970        -- Tampa, FL, USA 35 days     
Jack Brisco (3) Tarzan Tyler Jan. 19, 1971        -- Tampa, FL, USA 1 yr, 118 days     
This match was a best-of-3 falls match where 2 titles were on the line. The first fall was for the Television title only, which Tyler won. The remaining 2 falls was for Heavyweight Championship, which Tyler currently held. Brisco defeated Tyler in the last 2 falls to win the Heavyweight title.
Paul Jones Jack Brisco May 16, 1972        -- Tampa, FL, USA 196 days     
Jack Brisco (4) Paul Jones Nov. 28, 1972        -- Tampa, FL, USA 84 days     
Buddy Colt Jack Brisco Feb. 20, 1973        -- Tampa, FL, USA 112 days     
Paul Jones (2) Buddy Colt Jun. 12, 1973        -- Tampa, FL, USA 49 days     
Tim Woods Paul Jones Jul. 31, 1973        -- Tampa, FL, USA 30 days     
Paul Jones (3) Tim Woods Aug. 30, 1973        -- -- 32 days     
Exact date and location unknown.
Buddy Colt (2) Paul Jones Oct. 01, 1973        -- -- 31 days     
Exact date and location unknown.
Paul Jones (4) Buddy Colt Nov. 01, 1973        -- -- 14 days     
Exact day and location unknown.
Buddy Colt (3) Paul Jones Nov. 15, 1973        -- -- 16 days     
Exact date and location unknown.
Eddie Graham Buddy Colt Dec. 01, 1973        -- -- 16 days     
Exact date and location unknown.
Buddy Colt (4) Eddie Graham Dec. 17, 1973        -- -- 93 days     
Ron Fuller Buddy Colt Mar. 20, 1974        -- Miami, FL, USA 104 days     
Bill Watts Ron Fuller Jul. 02, 1974        -- Tampa, FL, USA 149 days     
Dusty Rhodes Bill Watts Nov. 28, 1974        -- Jacksonville, FL, USA 7 days     
Bill Watts (2) Dusty Rhodes Dec. 05, 1974        -- Jacksonville, FL, USA 147 days     
Bob Roop Bill Watts May 01, 1975        -- -- 158 days     
Recognized as champion in May of 1975, exact date and location unknown.
Dusty Rhodes (2) Bob Roop Oct. 06, 1975        -- -- 22 days     
** Title Vacated ** Rhodes & Iaukea Oct. 28, 1975        -- -- 4 days     
The title was held-up after a match against King Curtis Iaukea. Unknown if a rematch was ever held and who won.
Bob Roop (2) -- Nov. 01, 1975        -- -- 30 days     
Recognized as champion in November, exact date, location and opponent unknown.
King Curtis Iaukea Bob Roop Dec. 01, 1975        -- -- 22 days     
Iaukea won a tournament for the title, reasons for the tournament unknown.
Rocky Johnson King Curtis Iaukea Dec. 23, 1975        -- Tampa, FL, USA 8 days     
Frank Goodish Rocky Johnson Dec. 31, 1975        -- Tampa, FL, USA 35 days     
Thunderbolt Patterson Frank Goodish Feb. 04, 1976        -- Miami, FL, USA 42 days     
Pak Song Thunderbolt Patterson Mar. 17, 1976        -- Miami, FL, USA 31 days     
Jack Brisco (5) Pak Song Apr. 17, 1976        -- St. Petersburg, FL, USA 38 days     
Bob Orton Jack Brisco May 25, 1976        -- -- 63 days     
Exact day and location unknown.
Dusty Rhodes (3) Bob Orton Jul. 27, 1976        -- Tampa, FL, USA 118 days     
Billy Graham Dusty Rhodes Nov. 22, 1976        -- W. Palm Beach, FL, USA 85 days     
Dusty Rhodes (4) Billy Graham Feb. 15, 1977        -- Tampa, FL, USA 28 days     
Buddy Wolfe Dusty Rhodes Mar. 15, 1977        -- -- 86 days     
Recognized as champion on March 15, exact date and location unknown.
Dusty Rhodes (5) Buddy Wolfe Jun. 09, 1977        -- -- 36 days     
Recognized as champion on June 9, Wolfe was still champion on May 12, exact date and location unknown.
Ernie Ladd Dusty Rhodes Jul. 15, 1977        -- Tallahasee, FL, USA 39 days     
Dusty Rhodes Ernie Ladd Aug. 23, 1977        -- -- 28 days     
Recognized as champion on August 23, Ladd was still champion on August 18, exact date and location unknown.
Lars Anderson Dusty Rhodes Sep. 20, 1977        -- Tampa, FL, USA 67 days     
Dusty Rhodes (7) Lars Anderson Nov. 26, 1977        -- St. Petersburg, FL, USA 19 days     
Lars Anderson (2) Dusty Rhodes Dec. 15, 1977        -- Jacksonville, FL, USA 33 days     
** Title Vacated ** Lars Anderson Jan. 17, 1978        -- Tampa, FL, USA 21 days     
Anderson vacated the title on or before January 17, exact date and reason unknown.
Killer Karl Kox -- Feb. 07, 1978        -- -- 29 days     
Unknown whom exactly Kox defeated for the title. Kox defeated Anderson on January 18 in Miamai or he defeated Rhodes on February 7 in Tampa for the title.
Rocky Johnson (2) Killer Karl Kox Mar. 08, 1978        -- Miami, FL, USA 5 days     
Bob Roop (3) Rocky Johnson Mar. 13, 1978        -- W. Palm Beach, FL, USA 13 days     
Jack Brisco (6) Bob Roop Mar. 26, 1978        -- Orlando, FL, USA 58 days     
The Spoiler Jack Brisco May 23, 1978        -- Tampa, FL, USA 27 days     
Dusty Rhodes (8) The Spoiler Jun. 19, 1978        -- W. Palm Beach, FL, USA 96 days     
The Spoiler (2) Dusty Rhodes Sep. 23, 1978        -- Lakeland, FL, USA 17 days     
Steve Keirn The Spoiler Oct. 10, 1978        -- Tampa, FL, USA 32 days     
** Title Vacated ** Steve Keirn Nov. 11, 1978        -- -- 14 days     
Keirn vacates the title, exact date and reason unknown.
Dusty Rhodes (9) Tournament Nov. 25, 1978        -- St. Petersburg, FL, USA 17 days     
Rhodes defeated Bob Roop in the finals of a tournament for the vacant title.
Mr. Uganda (2) Dusty Rhodes Dec. 12, 1978        -- Tampa, FL, USA 7 days     
Jos LeDuc Mr. Uganda Dec. 19, 1978        -- Tampa, FL, USA 14 days     
Dick Slater Jos LeDuc Jan. 02, 1979        -- Tampa, FL, USA 7 days     
Jimmy Garvin Dick Slater Jan. 09, 1979        -- Tampa, FL, USA 112 days     
King Curtis Iaukea (2) Jimmy Garvin May 01, 1979        -- -- 64 days     
Recognized as champion in May, exact date and location unknown.
Dusty Rhodes (10) King Curtis Iaukea Jul. 04, 1979        -- Miami, FL, USA 48 days     
** Title Vacated ** Dusty Rhodes Aug. 21, 1979        -- -- 11 days     
Rhodes vacates the title after winning the N.W.A. World Heavyweight Championship.
Terry Funk Tournament Sep. 01, 1979        -- Tampa, FL, USA 50 days     
Funk defeated Steve Keirn in the finals of a tournament for the vacant title.
Manny Fernandez Terry Funk Oct. 21, 1979        -- Orlando, FL, USA 157 days     
Don Muraco Manny Fernandez Mar. 26, 1980        -- Miami, FL, USA 134 days     
Bugsy McGraw Don Muraco Aug. 07, 1980        -- Melbourne, FL, USA 65 days     
Bobby Jaggers Bugsy McGraw Oct. 11, 1980        -- Jacksonville, FL, USA 15 days     
Dusty Rhodes (11) Bobby Jaggers Oct. 26, 1980        -- Ft. Lauderdale, FL, USA 9 days     
Dory Funk, Jr. Dusty Rhodes Nov. 04, 1980        -- Tampa, FL, USA 69 days     
Barry Windham Dory Funk Jan. 12, 1981        -- W. Palm Beach, FL, USA 86 days     
Dory Funk, Jr. (2) Barry Windham Apr. 08, 1981        -- Tampa, FL, USA 84 days     
Funk wins the title via forfeit due an injury Windham suffered in an auto accident.
Charlie Cook Dory Funk, Jr. Jul. 01, 1981        -- -- 31 days     
Recognized as champion in July, exact day and location unknown.
Dory Funk, Jr. (3) Charlie Cook Aug. 01, 1981        -- -- 61 days     
Recognized as champion in August, exact day and location unknown.
Charlie Cook (2) Dory Funk, Jr. Oct. 01, 1981        -- -- 33 days     
Recognized as champion in October, exact day and location unknown.
The Spoiler (3) Charlie Cook Nov. 03, 1981        -- Tampa, FL, USA 28 days     
Mr. Wrestling II The Spoiler Dec. 01, 1981        -- Jacksonville, FL, USA 90 days     
Recognized as champion in December, exact day unknown.
James J. Dillon Mr. Wrestling II Mar. 01, 1982        -- Orlando, FL, USA 31 days     
Recognized as champion in March, exact day unknown.
Mr. Wrestling II (2) James J. Dillon Apr. 01, 1982        -- St. Petersburg, FL, USA 32 days     
Recognized as champion in April, exact day unknown.
Jimmy Garvin (2) Mr. Wrestling II May 03, 1982        -- W. Palm Beach, FL, USA 69 days     
Brian Blair Jimmy Garvin Jul. 11, 1982        -- Orlando, FL, USA 43 days     
** Title Vacated ** Brian Blair Aug. 23, 1982        -- W. Palm Beach, FL, USA 44 days     
The title is declared vacant after a match against Bruiser Brody.
Kevin Sullivan Tournament Oct. 06, 1982        -- Tampa, FL, USA 101 days     
Sullivan defeated Barry Windham in the finals of a tournament for the vacant title.
Mike Graham Kevin Sullivan Jan. 15, 1983        -- Miami, FL, USA 53 days     
** Title Vacated ** Mike Graham Mar. 09, 1983        -- -- 14 days     
Graham vacates the title due to injury, exact date unknown.
Scott McGhee Johnny Heffernan Mar. 23, 1983        -- -- 131 days     
McGhee defeated Heffernan for the vacant title, unknown if this was a tournament final or where it took place.
Jos LeDuc (2) Scott McGhee Aug. 01, 1983        -- Lakeland, FL, USA 47 days     
Exact day unknown.
Barry Windham (2) Jos LeDuc Sep. 17, 1983        -- Sarasota, FL, USA 1 day     
Jos LeDuc (3) Barry Windham Sep. 18, 1983        -- Orlando, FL, USA 1 day     
Barry Windham (3) Jos LeDuc Sep. 19, 1983        -- W. Palm Beach, FL, USA 43 days     
** Title Vacated ** Barry Windham Nov. 01, 1983        -- -- 45 days     
Windham vacates the title due to tour of Japan.
Mike Rotundo Tournament Dec. 16, 1983        -- St. Petersburg, FL, USA 37 days     
Rotundo defeated Greg Valentine in the finals of a tournament for the vacant title.
Kendo Nagasaki Mike Rotundo Jan. 22, 1984        -- Orlando, FL, USA 67 days     
Billy Jack Kendo Nagasaki Mar. 29, 1984        -- Lakeland, FL, USA 73 days     
Billy Graham (2) Billy Jack Jun. 10, 1984        -- Orlando, FL, USA 49 days     
Scott McGhee (2) Billy Graham Jul. 29, 1984        -- Orlando, FL, USA 77 days     
Jesse Barr Scott McGhee Oct. 14, 1984        -- Orlando, FL, USA 78 days     
** Title Held-Up ** Barr & Blair Dec. 31, 1984        -- -- 6 days     
The title was held-up after a match against Brian Blair.
Brian Blair (2) Jesse Barr Jan. 06, 1985        -- Orlando, FL, USA 37 days     
Jesse Barr (2) Brian Blair Feb. 12, 1985        -- Tampa, FL, USA 75 days     
Hector Guerrero Jesse Barr Apr. 28, 1985        -- Orlando, FL, USA 63 days     
Hercules Hernandez Hector Guerrero Jun. 30, 1985        -- Orlando, FL, USA 9 days     
** Title Vacated ** Hercules Hernandez Jul. 09, 1985        -- -- 14 days     
Hernandez vacates the title after being fired from the promotion.
Jack Hart Tournament Jul. 23, 1985        -- Tampa, FL, USA 41 days     
Hart defeated Mike Graham in the finals of a tournament for the vacant title.
Kendell Windham Jack Hart Sep. 02, 1985        -- Tampa, FL, USA 173 days     
Cuban Assassin Kendell Windham Feb. 22, 1986        -- Tampa, FL, USA 11 days     
Kendell Windham (2) Cuban Assassin Mar. 05, 1986        -- Tampa, FL, USA 60 days     
** Title Vacated ** Kendell Windham May 04, 1986        -- -- 14 days     
The title is vacated after a match against Bob Roop where Barry Windham interfered to help Kendell's win the match.
Kendell Windham (3) Tournament May 18, 1986        -- Orlando, FL, USA 58 days     
Windham wins the title via forfeit after the semi-final match between Lex Luger and Kendo Nagasaki ends in a double count-out.
Ron Bass Kendell Windham Jul. 15, 1986        -- Tampa, FL, USA 48 days     
Barry Windham (4) Ron Bass Sep. 01, 1986        -- Daytona, FL, USA 15 days     
Ron Bass (2) Barry Windham Sep. 16, 1986        -- Tampa, FL, USA 8 days     
Barry Windham (5) Ron Bass Sep. 24, 1986        -- Ft. Lauderdale, FL, USA 7 days     
** Title Held-Up ** Windham & Bass Oct. 01, 1986        -- -- 7 days     
The title is held-up after a match against Ron Bass where Bass used chloroform against Windham.
Barry Windham (6) Ron Bass Oct. 08, 1986        -- Tampa, FL, USA 48 days     
Kareem Muhammad Barry Windham Nov. 25, 1986        -- Lakeland, FL, USA 7 days     
Ron Simmons Kareem Muhammad Dec. 02, 1986        -- Tampa, FL, USA 49 days     
Bad News Allen Ron Simmons Jan. 20, 1987        -- Tampa, FL, USA 35 days     
Oliver Humperdink Bad News Allen Feb. 24, 1987        -- Tampa, FL, USA 2 days     
Ed Gantner Oliver Humperdink Feb. 26, 1987        -- -- 17 days     
Gantner was given the title by Humperdink, day and reason unknown.
Mike Rotunda (2) Ed Gantner Mar. 15, 1987        -- Daytona, FL, USA 77 days     
** Title Held-Up ** Rotunda & Funk, Jr. May 31, 1987        -- Orlando, FL, USA 7 days     
The title was held-up after a match against Dory Funk, Jr.
Mike Rotunda (3) Dory Funk, Jr. Jun. 07, 1987        -- Orlando, FL, USA 1 yr, 178 days     
** Title Vacated ** Mike Rotunda Dec. 01, 1988        -- -- 24 days     
Rotunda tries to give the title to Rick Steiner, however the title is vacated and reposessed by N.W.A. after the sale of Jim Crocket Promotions to Ted Turner and the closure of Championship Wrestling From Florida. Control of the title is given to Professional Wrestling From Florida.
National Wrestling Alliance/
Professional Wrestling From Florida
Heavyweight Championship
(December 25, 1988 - August 15, 2000)

Won By: Won From:     Date: Event: Location: Length of         
Title Reign:         
Mike Graham (2) The Terminator Dec. 25, 1988        -- Tampa, FL, USA 76 days     
Al Perez Mike Graham Mar. 11, 1989        -- Tampa, FL, USA 73 days     
Dustin Rhodes Al Perez May 23, 1989        -- Tampa, FL, USA 35 days     
Kendell Windham (4) Dustin Rhodes Jun. 27, 1989        -- Tampa, FL, USA 12 days     
Steve Keirn (2) Kendell Windham Jul. 09, 1989        -- Tampa, FL, USA 115 days     
Dan Spivey Steve Keirn Nov. 01, 1989        -- Orlando, FL, USA 2 yrs, 243 days     
Exact day unknown.
Lou Perez Dan Spivey Jul. 01, 1992        -- Winter Haven, FL, USA 243 days     
Exact day unknown.
Steve Keirn (3) Lou Perez Mar. 01, 1993        -- Tampa, FL, USA 61 days     
Exact day unknown.
Lou Perez (2) Steve Keirn May 01, 1993        -- Winter Haven, FL, USA 214 days     
Exact day unknown.
Steve Keirn (4) Lou Perez Dec. 01, 1993        -- Tampa, FL, USA 248 days     
Lou Perez (3) Steve Keirn Aug. 06, 1994        -- Tampa, FL, USA 1 yr, 92 days     
** Title Vacated ** Lou Perez Nov. 06, 1995        -- Tampa, FL, USA 1 day     
Perez vacates the title due to injury.
Hercules Hernandez Tournament Nov. 07, 1995        -- Gainesville, FL, USA 1 yr, 2 days     
Hernandez defeated Steve Collins in the finals of a tournament for the vacant title.
Steve Keirn (5) Hercules Hernandez Nov. 08, 1996        -- Gainesville, FL, USA 364 days     
Dory Funk, Jr. Steve Keirn Nov. 07, 1997        -- Gainesville, FL, USA 2 yrs, 282 days     
Funk vacates the title on August 15, 2000, for a tournament to be held by the re-organized N.W.A. Florida territory.
National Wrestling Alliance - Florida
Heavyweight Championship
(August 15, 2000 - 2005)

Won By: Won From:     Date: Event: Location: Length of         
Title Reign:         
Adam Windsor Tournament Aug. 15, 2000        -- Tampa, FL, USA 92 days     
Windsor defeated Chris Nelson in an 8-man tournament for the title.
** Title Vacated ** Adam Windsor Nov. 15, 2000        -- -- 69 days     
Windsor vacates the title, reason unknown.
Buck Quartermaine -- Jan. 23, 2001        -- Tampa, FL, USA 263 days     
Cyborg Buck Quartermaine Oct. 13, 2001        -- St. Petersburg, FL, USA 149 days     
** Title Vacated ** Cyborg Mar. 11, 2002        -- -- 75 days     
Cyborg vacates the title due to the lack of title defenses.
Steve Corino Tournament May 25, 2002        -- St. Petersburg, FL, USA 0 days     
Corino defeated Danny Doring in the finals of a 8-man tournament for the vacant title.
Danny Doring Steve Corino May 25, 2002        -- St. Petersburg, FL, USA 34 days     
Christopher Daniels 4-Way Match Jun. 28, 2002        -- St. Petersburg, FL, USA 1 day     
Daniels defeated Danny Doring, Mike Sullivan and Scoot Andrews in a 4-way elimination match for the title.
Danny Doring (2) 3-Way Match Jun. 29, 2002        -- Davie, FL, USA 210 days     
Doring defeated Christopher Daniels and Scoot Andrews in a 3-way match for the title.
Billy Fives Danny Doring Jan. 25, 2003        -- Pinellas Park, FL, USA 0 days     
Agent Steele Billy Fives Jan. 25, 2003        -- Pinellas Park, FL, USA 21 days     
Billy Fives (2) Agent Steele Feb. 15, 2003        -- Davie, FL, USA 154 days     
Scoot Andrews 3-Way Match Jul. 19, 2003        -- St. Petersburg, FL, USA 126 days     
Andrews defeated Billy Fives and Lex Lovett in a 3-way match for the title.
Steve Madison Scoot Andrews Nov. 22, 2003        -- St. Petersburg, FL, USA 119 days     
Todd Shane Steve Madison Mar. 20, 2004        -- St. Petersburg, FL, USA 168 days     
Steve Madison (2) Todd Shane Sep. 04, 2004        -- Clearwater, FL, USA 77 days     
Bruce Steele 3-Way Match Nov. 20, 2004        -- Brandon, FL, USA 162 days     
Steele defeated Steve Madison and Roderick Strong in a 3-way match for the title.
N.W.A. Florida closes in May of 2005.