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National Wrestling Alliance
Mid-Atlantic Television Championship
(October 1973 - March 2, 1978)
Won By: Won From:     Date: Event: Location: Length of         
Title Reign:         
Ole Anderson Tournament Oct. 06, 1973        -- -- 144 days     
Anderson defeat James J. Dillon in the tournament finals to award the first Mid-Atlantic Televison Championship.
Dan Miller Ole Anderson Feb. 27, 1974        -- Raleigh, NC, USA 72 days     
Ivan Koloff Dan Miller May 10, 1974        -- Richmond, VA, USA 59 days     
Paul Jones Ivan Koloff Jul. 08, 1974        -- Charlotte, NC, USA 111 days     
Ivan Koloff (2) Paul Jones Oct. 27, 1974        -- -- 60 days     
Paul Jones (2) Ivan Koloff Dec. 26, 1974        -- Greensboro, NC, USA 44 days     
Ric Flair Paul Jones Feb. 08, 1975        -- Winston-Salem, MA, USA 181 days     
Paul Jones (3) Ric Flair Aug. 08, 1975        -- Richmond, VA, USA 117 days     
** Title Vacated ** Paul Jones Dec. 03, 1975        -- -- 133 days     
Angelo Mosca Tournament Apr. 14, 1976        -- Raleigh, NC, USA 77 days     
Mosca defeated Mr. Wrestling in the finals of a tournament for the vacant championship.
Paul Jones (4) Angelo Mosca Jun. 30, 1976        -- Raleigh, NC, USA 42 days     
Angelo Mosca (2) Paul Jones Aug. 11, 1976        -- Raleigh, NC, USA 66 days     
Mr. Wrestling Angelo Mosca Oct. 16, 1976        -- Greensboro, NC, USA 23 days     
Greg Valentine Mr. Wrestling Nov. 08, 1976        -- Fayetteville, NC, USA 22 days     
Rufus R. Jones Greg Valentine Nov. 30, 1976        -- Charleston, SC, USA 50 days     
Greg Valentine (2) Rufus R. Jones Jan. 19, 1977        -- Raleigh, NC, USA 75 days     
Ric Flair (2) Greg Valentine Apr. 04, 1977        -- Greenville, SC, USA 72 days     
Ricky Steamboat Ric Flair Jun. 15, 1977        -- Raleigh, NC, USA 119 days     
Baron Von Raschke Ricky Steamboat Oct. 12, 1977        -- Raleigh, NC, USA 144 days     
National Wrestling Alliance
National Television Championship
(March 2, 1978 - April 1985)

Won By: Won From:     Date: Event: Location: Length of         
Title Reign:         
On March 2, 1978, the reigning Mid-Atlantic Television Champion, Baron Von Raschke, wins a tournament to crown a N.W.A. National Teleivison Champion and unify the titles.
Johnny Weaver Baron Von Raschke Mar. 05, 1978        -- Charlotte, NC, USA 21 days     
Baron Von Raschke (2) Johnny Weaver Mar. 26, 1978        -- Greensboro, NC, USA 73 days     
Paul Jones (5) Baron Von Raschke Jun. 07, 1978        -- Raleigh, NC, USA 1 yr, 3 days     
Ricky Steamboat (2) Paul Jones Jun. 10, 1979        -- Ashville, NC, USA 265 days     
** Title Vacated ** Ricky Steamboat Mar. 01, 1980        -- -- 31 days     
Masked Superstar Tournament Apr. 01, 1980        -- Raleigh, NC, USA 183 days     
The Masked Superstar defeats Blackjack Mulligan in the finals of a tournament for the vacant championship.
** Title Vacated ** Masked Superstar Oct. 01, 1980        -- -- 31 days     
Roddy Piper Tournament Nov. 01, 1980        -- Richmond, VA, USA 87 days     
Piper defeats Paul Jones in the finals of a tournament for the vacant championship.
** Title Vacated ** Roddy Piper Jan. 27, 1981        -- -- 92 days     
The title is vacated when Piper wins the United States Heavyweight Championship.
Sweet Ebony Diamond Tournament Apr. 29, 1981        -- Raleigh, NC, USA 14 days     
Sweet Ebony Diamond defeats Greg Valentine in the finals of a tournament for the vacant championship.
Greg Valentine (3) Sweet Ebony Diamond May 13, 1981        -- -- 17 days     
Sweet Ebony Diamond (2) Greg Valentine May 30, 1981        -- Charlotte, NC, USA 28 days     
Greg Valentine (4) Sweet Ebony Diamond Jun. 27, 1981        -- -- 71 days     
Ron Bass Greg Valentine Sep. 06, 1981        -- Ashville, NC, USA 58 days     
Ivan Koloff (3) Ron Bass Nov. 03, 1981        -- Charlotte, NC, USA 60 days     
Jimmy Valiant Ivan Koloff Jan. 02, 1982        -- Hampton, VA, USA 77 days     
Ivan Koloff (4) Jimmy Valiant Mar. 20, 1982        -- -- 78 days     
Jimmy Valiant (2) Ivan Koloff Jun. 06, 1982        -- Toronto, ON, Canada 70 days     
Ivan Koloff (5) Jimmy Valiant Aug. 15, 1982        -- -- 35 days     
Jos LeDuc Jimmy Valiant Sep. 19, 1982        -- Charlotte, NC, USA 28 days     
Jimmy Valiant (3) Ivan Koloff Oct. 17, 1982        -- Toronto, ON, Canada 14 days     
** Title Vacated ** Jos LeDuc Oct. 31, 1982        -- -- 27 days     
LeDuc is stripped of the title for using the ropes in a title defense against Johnny Weaver.
Bad Leroy Brown 20-Man Battle Royal Nov. 27, 1982        -- Greensboro, NC, USA 28 days     
Mike Rotundo Bad Leroy Brown Dec. 25, 1982        -- Charlotte, NC, USA 59 days     
Dick Slater Mike Rotundo Feb. 22, 1983        -- Columbia, SC, USA 33 days     
Roddy Piper (2) Dick Slater Mar. 27, 1983        -- Ashville, NC, USA 7 days     
Dick Slater (2) Roddy Piper Apr. 03, 1983        -- Greensboro, NC, USA 27 days     
Jos LeDuc (2) Dick Slater Apr. 30, 1983        -- Richmond, VA, USA 23 days     
The Great Kabuki Jos LeDuc May 23, 1983        -- Greenville, SC, USA 185 days     
Charlie Brown (3) The Great Kabuki Nov. 24, 1983        StarrCade Greensboro, NC, USA 38 days     
** Title Vacated ** Jimmy Valiant Jan. 01, 1984        -- -- 66 days     
Valiant vacates the title when he stops wrestling as Charlie Brown.
Mark Youngblood 8-Man Tournament Mar. 07, 1984        -- Spartanburg, SC, USA 21 days     
Youngblood defeats Dick Slater in the finals of an 8-Man tournament for the vacant championship.
Tully Blanchard Mark Youngblood Mar. 28, 1984        -- -- 353 days     
Dusty Rhodes Tully Blanchard Mar. 16, 1985        -- Greensboro, NC, USA 16 days     
The N.W.A. starts recognizing Rhodes as World Television Champion in April of 1985.