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North American Wrestling Alliance/
World Wrestling Association
World Heavyweight Championship
(July 1959 - October 1968)
Won By: Won From:     Date: Event: Location: Length of         
Title Reign:         
Edouard Carpentier -- Jul. 01, 1959        -- -- 0 days     
Freddie Blassie Edouard Carpentier Jun. 12, 1961        -- Los Angeles, CA, USA 289 days     
Blassie is declared champion after Carpentier is unable to countinue in the 3rd fall of a match.
Rikidozan Freddie Blassie Mar. 28, 1962        -- Los Angeles, CA, USA 119 days     
Freddie Blassie (2) Rikidozan Jul. 25, 1962        -- Los Angeles, CA, USA 2 days     
The Destroyer Freddie Blassie Jul. 27, 1962        -- San Diego, CA, USA 287 days     
Freddie Blassie (3) The Destroyer May 10, 1963        -- Los Angeles, CA, USA 105 days     
Bearcat Wright Freddie Blassie Aug. 23, 1963        -- Los Angeles, CA, USA 115 days     
Edouard Carpentier (2) Bearcat Wright Dec. 16, 1963        -- Indio, CA, USA 45 days     
Carpentier wins the title via forfeit when Wright no-shows the title defence.
Freddie Blassie (4) Edouard Carpentier Jan. 30, 1964        -- Los Angeles, CA, USA 82 days     
Dick The Bruiser Freddie Blassie Apr. 22, 1964        -- Los Angeles, CA, USA 91 days     
The Destroyer (2) Dick The Bruiser Jul. 22, 1964        -- Los Angeles, CA, USA 50 days     
Bob Ellis The Destroyer Sep. 10, 1964        -- Los Angeles, CA, USA 64 days     
The Destroyer (3) Bob Ellis Nov. 13, 1964        -- San Diego, CA, USA 119 days     
The Destroyer loses to Toyonobori on December 4, 1964 in Tokyo, Japan. While Toyonobori continues to defend the title in Japan, The Destroyer returns to Los Angeles and is still recognized as champion and the title becomes disputed.
Pedro Morales The Destroyer Mar. 12, 1965        -- Los Angeles, CA, USA 133 days     
Luke Graham Pedro Morales Jul. 23, 1965        -- Los Angeles, CA, USA 86 days     
Graham defeats Toyonobori on September 20, 1965 to Los Angeles, CA to reunify the Los Angeles World Heavyweight Championship.
Pedro Morales (2) Luke Graham Oct. 17, 1965        -- Los Angeles, CA, USA 292 days     
Buddy Austin Pedro Morales Aug. 05, 1966        -- Los Angeles, CA, USA 28 days     
Bobo Brazil Buddy Austin Sep. 02, 1966        -- Los Angeles, CA, USA 14 days     
Buddy Austin (2) Bobo Brazil Sep. 16, 1966        -- Los Angeles, CA, USA 28 days     
Lou Thesz Buddy Austin Oct. 14, 1966        -- Los Angeles, CA, USA 14 days     
Mark Lewin Lou Thesz Oct. 28, 1966        -- Los Angeles, CA, USA 224 days     
Kim Il Mark Lewin Jun. 09, 1967        -- Seoul, South Korea 49 days     
Mike Dibiase Kim Il Jul. 28, 1967        -- Los Angeles, CA, USA 28 days     
Buddy Austin (3) Mike Dibiase Aug. 25, 1967        -- Los Angeles, CA, USA 140 days     
Bobo Brazil (2) Buddy Austin Jan. 12, 1968        -- Los Angeles, CA, USA 262 days     
The title is abandoned on October 1, 1968 when The W.W.A. joins the N.W.A. and recognizes Gene Kiniski as World Champion. Brazil is given a title match against Kiniski on December 18, 1968 in Los Angeles that ends in a draw.