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National Wrestling Allicance - Florida
Television Championship
(1956 - 1957)
Won By: Won From:     Date: Event: Location: Length of         
Title Reign:         
Ray Stevens Harry Smith Nov. 21, 1956        -- Tampa, FL, USA 131 days     
The title is abandoned, date unknown.
National Wrestling Alliance/
Championship Wrestling From Florida
Television Championship
(October 29, 1970 - February 1987)

Won By: Won From:     Date: Event: Location: Length of         
Title Reign:         
Tarzan Tyler Tournament Oct. 29, 1970        -- Tampa, FL, USA 29 days     
Tyler defeated Jack Brisco in the finals of a tournament for the reactivated title.
Jack Brisco Tarzan Tyler Nov. 27, 1970        -- Tampa, FL, USA 53 days     
Tarzan Tyler (2) Jack Brisco Jan. 19, 1971        -- Tampa, FL, USA 44 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.
** Title Vacated ** Tarzan Tyler Mar. 04, 1971        -- -- 14 days     
Tyler is stripped of the title after being suspended after a match against Bob Roop where he got himself delieratley disqualified, exact day unknown.
Terry Funk Tournament Mar. 18, 1971        -- Tampa, FL, USA 33 days     
Funk, who wrestled as the Masked Texan, defeated Buddy Austin in the finals of a tournament for the vacant title.
Jack Brisco (2) Terry Funk Apr. 20, 1971        -- Tampa, FL, USA 240 days     
Ole Anderson Jack Brisco Dec. 16, 1971        -- Tampa, FL, USA 7 days     
Bob Roop Ole Anderson Dec. 23, 1971        -- Tampa, FL, USA 12 days     
Bobby Shane Bob Roop Jan. 04, 1972        -- Tampa, FL, USA 58 days     
** Title Vacated ** Bobby Shane Mar. 02, 1972        -- -- 47 days     
Shane is stripped of the title after refusing to defend the title at a televised event.
Paul Jones Tournament Apr. 18, 1972        -- Tampa, FL, USA 150 days     
Jones defeated Johnny Walker in the finals of a tournament for the vacant title.
** Title Vacated ** Paul Jones Sep. 15, 1972        -- -- 13 days     
Jones tries to retire the title and rename it the "Paul Jones" Championship. He presents the trophy to Jack Brisco, who in turn, destroys it, exact day unknown.
Tim Woods Tournament Sep. 28, 1972        -- Tampa, FL, USA 21 days     
Woods defeated Jack Brisco in a tournament for the vacant title.
Bobby Shane (2) Tim Woods Oct. 19, 1972        -- Tampa, FL, USA 19 days     
Jack Brisco (3) Bobby Shane Nov. 07, 1972        -- Tampa, FL, USA 249 days     
Buddy Colt -- Jul. 14, 1973        -- -- 20 days     
Colt is recognized as champion at an event on July 21, date, location and opponent unknown.
Paul Jones Buddy Colt Aug. 03, 1973        -- -- 13 days     
Recognized as champion in between Colt and Mephisto, date and location unknown.
The Great Mephisto Paul Jones Aug. 16, 1973        -- Jacksonville, FL, USA 86 days     
Dick Slater The Great Mephisto Nov. 10, 1973        -- -- 38 days     
Recognized as champion at an event on November 17, date and location unknown.
Mike Graham Dick Slater Dec. 18, 1973        -- -- 1 yr, 134 days     
Recognized as champion at an event on December 25, date and location unknown.
Jim Dillon Mike Graham May 01, 1975        -- -- 91 days     
Recognized as champion in May, date and location unknown. Last known title defense by Graham on February 9, 1974.
Rocky Johnson Jim Dillon Jul. 31, 1975        -- Jacksonville, FL, USA 122 days     
Missouri Mauler Rocky Johnson Nov. 30, 1975        -- -- 121 days     
Date and location unknown.
Tommy Seigler Missouri Mauler Mar. 30, 1976        -- -- 122 days     
Recognized as champion in 1976, date and location unknown.
The Assassin Tommy Seigler Jul. 30, 1976        -- -- 184 days     
Recognized as champion in 1976, date and location unknown.
Mike Graham (2) The Assassin Jan. 30, 1977        -- -- 151 days     
Recognized as champion in 1977, date and location unknown.
Pat Patterson Mike Graham Jun. 30, 1977        -- -- 63 days     
Recognized as champion in 1977, date and location unknown.
Pedro Morales Pat Patterson Sep. 01, 1977        -- -- 212 days     
Recognized as champion in September of 1977, day and location unknown.
Dick Slater (2) Pedro Morales Apr. 01, 1978        -- -- 75 days     
Recognized as champion in April of 1977, date and location unknown.
Jerry Brisco Dick Slater Jun. 15, 1978        -- -- 76 days     
Recognized as champion in 1978, date and location unknown.
Bobby Duncum Jerry Brisco Aug. 30, 1978        -- Miami, FL, USA 14 days     
Dusty Rhodes Bobby Duncum Sep. 13, 1978        -- -- 14 days     
Recognized as champion in 1978, date and location unknown.
Bugsy McGraw Dusty Rhodes Sep. 27, 1978        -- -- 79 days     
Recognized as champion in September of 1978, day and location unknown.
Dusty Rhodes (2) Bugsy McGraw Dec. 15, 1978        -- -- 249 days     
Recognized as champion in January of 1979, date and location unknown.
** Title Vacated ** Dusty Rhodes Aug. 21, 1979        -- -- 25 days     
Rhodes vacates the title after winning the World Heavyweight Championship.
Bugsy McGraw (2) -- Sep. 15, 1979        -- -- 170 days     
Recognized as champion in October of 1979, date, location and opponent(s) unknown.
Steve Keirn Bugsy McGraw Mar. 03, 1980        -- W. Palm Beach, FL, USA 64 days     
Masa Saito Steve Keirn May 06, 1980        -- Tampa, FL, USA 81 days     
Barry Windham Masa Saito Jul. 26, 1980        -- St. Petersburg, FL, USA 21 days     
Super Destroyer Barry Windham Aug. 16, 1980        -- -- 18 days     
Recognized as champion in 1980, date and location unknown.
Barry Windham (2) Super Destroyer Sep. 03, 1980        -- Miami, FL, USA 84 days     
Baron Von Raschke Barry Windham Nov. 26, 1980        -- Hollywood, FL, USA 81 days     
Manny Fernandez Baron Von Raschke Feb. 15, 1981        -- -- 75 days     
Recognized as champion in 1981, date and location unknown.
Don Muraco Manny Fernandez May 01, 1981        -- Orlando, FL, USA 92 days     
El Gran Apollo Don Muraco Aug. 01, 1981        -- -- 37 days     
Recognized as champion in August of 1981, date and location unknown.
Dory Funk, Jr. El Gran Apollo Sep. 07, 1981        -- Tampa, FL, USA 19 days     
Tommy Gilbert Eddie Mansfield Sep. 26, 1981        -- St. Petersburg, FL, USA 19 days     
Gilbert defeated Mansfield for the title, reasons unknown.
Eddie Mansfield Tommy Gilbert Oct. 15, 1981        -- -- 31 days     
Recognized as champion in 1981, date and location unknown.
Wahoo McDaniel Eddie Mansfield Nov. 15, 1981        -- -- 27 days     
Recognized as champion in 1981, date and location unknown.
** Title Vacated ** Wahoo McDaniel Dec. 12, 1981        -- -- 14 days     
McDaniel vacates title, date and reasons unknown.
Eric Embry Tournament Dec. 26, 1981        -- St. Petersburg, FL, USA 21 days     
Ray Stevens (2) Eric Embry Jan. 16, 1982        -- St. Petersburg, FL, USA 58 days     
Sweet Brown Sugar Ray Stevens Mar. 15, 1982        -- -- 40 days     
David Von Erich Sweet Brown Sugar Apr. 24, 1982        -- -- 52 days     
Dory Funk, Jr. (2) David Von Erich Jun. 15, 1982        -- -- 61 days     
Recognized as champion after David Von Erich, date and location unknown.
Tommy Gilbert (2) Dory Funk, Jr. Aug. 15, 1982        -- -- 42 days     
Recognized as champion after Dory Funk, Jr., date and location unknown.
Eddie Mansfield (2) Tommy Wright Sep. 26, 1982        -- Tampa, FL, USA 97 days     
Mansfield defeated Tommy Wright for the title, reasons unknown.
The title is vacated and deactivated sometime after Mansfields win.
Lex Luger Tournament Mar. 12, 1986        -- Tampa, FL, USA 326 days     
Luger defeated Jerry Grey in the finals of a tournament for the reactivated title.
Title is abandoned in February of 1987.
National Wrestling Allicance - Florida
Television Championship
(August 28, 2004 - May 2005)

Won By: Won From:     Date: Event: Location: Length of         
Title Reign:         
Tommy Marr Rouge Aug. 28, 2004        -- Orlando, FL, USA 246 days     
Marr defeated Rouge for the title, reactivated by N.W.A. Florida.
N.W.A. Florida closes in May of 2005.