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National Wrestling Alliance/
Extreme Canadian Championship Wrestling
Pacific Northwest Junior Heavyweight Championship
(October 20, 1998 - Early 2006)
Won By: Won From:     Date: Event: Location: Length of         
Title Reign:         
Tony Kozina Torch Oct. 20, 1998        -- Lillooet, BC, Canada 1 day     
Torch Tony Kozina Oct. 21, 1998        -- 100 Mi. House, BC, Canada 2 days     
Tony Kozina (2) Torch Oct. 23, 1998        -- Fraser Lake, BC, Canada 1 day     
Torch (2) Tony Kozina Oct. 24, 1998        -- Burns Lake, BC, Canada 27 days     
Tony Kozina (3) Torch Nov. 20, 1998        -- Campbell River, BC, Canada 70 days     
Ladies Choice Tony Kozina Jan. 29, 1999        -- N. Westminster, BC, Canada 28 days     
Tony Kozina (4) Ladies Choice Feb. 26, 1999        -- N. Westminster, BC, Canada 76 days     
Disco Fury 3-Way Match May 13, 1999        -- Maple Ridge, BC, Canada 2 days     
Fury defeated Tony Kozina and Torch in a 3-way match for the title.
Tony Kozina (5) Disco Fury May 15, 1999        -- Powell River, BC, Canada 68 days     
** Title Vacated ** Tony Kozina Jul. 22, 1999        -- -- 29 days     
Kozina vacates the title to focus on his pursuit of the N.W.A. Canadian Junior Heavyweight Championship.
Ladies Choice (2) Tournament Aug. 20, 1999        -- N. Westminster, BC, Canada 280 days     
Ladies Choice defeated Chance Beckett and Strife in the 3-way finals of a tournament for the vacant title. Other participants in the tournament include Backstreet Bobby, Barbra Republic, The Count, Disco Fury, Havoc, Moondog Mysterio Jr., Randy Tyler, Ray Brooks and Todd Kelly.
Torch (6) Tournament May 26, 2000        -- N. Westminster, BC, Canada 337 days     
Torch defeated Disco Fury and Chance Beckett in the 3-way finals of a tournament for both the Canadian and Pacific Northwest Junior Heavyweight Championships. Other participants in the tournament include Abaddon, Buffy, The Count, Havoc, Layne Fontaine, Ray Brooks, The Recruit, Todd Kelly and Weed.
Scotty Mac 3-Way Match Apr. 28, 2001        -- Vancouver, WA, USA 84 days     
Scotty Mac defeated Disco Fury and Tony Kozina in a 3-way match for the title.
Tony Kozina (6) Scotty Mac Jul. 21, 2001        -- Vancouver, WA, USA 258 days     
** Title Vacated ** Tony Kozina Apr. 05, 2002        -- Chehalis, WA, USA 0 days     
Kozina vacates the title in 2002, date and reason unknown.
Havoc Tournament Apr. 05, 2002        -- Chehalis, WA, USA 364 days     
Havoc defeated Seth Knight in the finals of a 4-man tournament for the vacant title, Other participants in the tournament include Grunt and Aaron Idol.
Scotty Mac (2) Havoc Apr. 04, 2003        -- ?? 119 days     
Scotty Mac's Bio on www.eccw.com has him winning the Jr. Heavyweight title from Havoc in Kelowna, BC. However, it also lists him as winning the Pacific Northwest Heavyweight in Surrey, BC on the same day. April 4, fell on a Friday and it's unclear if both events where held on the same day, 364 km away or a 4 hour drive. Also, Vance Nevada's Archive lists him as winning the Pacific Northwest Championship in Kelowna, BC, defeating Ladies Choice.
** Title Vacated ** Scotty Mac Aug. 01, 2003        -- -- 21 days     
Scotty vacates the title in August, day and reason unknown.
Matt Classic Tournament Aug. 22, 2003        -- Surrey, BC, Canada 1 yr, 192 days     
Matt Classic defeated Major Hardway in the finals of a 4-man tournament for the vacant title. Other participants in the tournament included Amazing Halo and Memphis Raines.
** Title Vacated ** Matt Classic Mar. 01, 2005        -- -- 31 days     
Classic vacates the title after moving to Montreal, PQ, date unknown.
Memphis Raines 3-Way Match Apr. 01, 2005        -- Port Coquitlam, BC, Canada 56 days     
Raines defeated Aaron Idol and Chance Beckett in a 3-way match for the vacant title.
Aaron Idol Memphis Raines May 27, 2005        -- Surrey, BC, Canada 266 days     
Idol defeated Memphis Raines and Chance Beckett in a 3-way match for the title.
Mike DeSheezits Aaron Idol Feb. 17, 2006        -- Vancouver, BC, Canada 98 days     
Gurv Sihra Mike DeSheezits May 26, 2006        -- Comox, BC, Canada 245 days     
Harv Sihra Gurv Sihra Jan. 26, 2007        -- Surrey, BC, Canada 4 days     
The title is abandoned with no mention of a title defence on www.ECCW.com after Harv Sihra's win, date unknown.