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World Wide Wrestling Federation
World Heavyweight Championship
(April 15, 1963 - January 1971)
Won By: Won From:     Date: Event: Location: Length of         
Title Reign:         
Buddy Rogers Antonio Rocca Apr. 25, 1963        -- Rio de Janeiro, RJ, Brazil 22 days     
Bruno Sammartino Buddy Rogers May 17, 1963        -- New York, NY, USA 7 yrs, 248 days     
Ivan Koloff Bruno Sammartino Jan. 18, 1971        -- New York, NY, USA 21 days     
World Wide Wrestling Federation
Heavyweight Championship
(January 1971 - March 1979)

Won By: Won From:     Date: Event: Location: Length of         
Title Reign:         
Pedro Morales Ivan Koloff Feb. 08, 1971        -- New York, NY, USA 2 yrs, 297 days     
Title reduced to a regional championship when the W.W.W.F. joins the N.W.A.
Stan Stasiak Pedro Morales Dec. 01, 1973        -- Philadelphia, PA, USA 9 days     
Bruno Sammartino (2) Stan Stasiak Dec. 10, 1973        -- New York, NY, USA 3 yrs, 142 days     
Billy Graham Bruno Sammartino Apr. 30, 1977        -- Baltimore, MD, USA 296 days     
Bob Backlund Superstar Billy Graham Feb. 20, 1978        -- New York, NY, USA 5 yrs, 310 days     
World Wrestling Federation
World Heavyweight Championship
(1983 - May 2002)

Won By: Won From:     Date: Event: Location: Length of         
Title Reign:         
The Iron Sheik Bob Backlund Dec. 26, 1983        -- New York, NY, USA 28 days     
The Iron Sheik wins title when Arnold Skoaland throws in the towel while Backland is in the Camel Clutch. The title is recognized as the World Heavyweight Title when the W.W.F. withdraws from the N.W.A. in 1983.
Hulk Hogan The Iron Sheik Jan. 23, 1984        -- New York, NY, USA 4 yrs, 14 days     
** Title Vacated ** Andre the Giant Feb. 05, 1988        -- -- 51 days     
Immediately after winning the title, Andre awarded the belt to Ted DiBiase. W.W.F. President Jack Tunney later declared that the title could not be given away in that manner. He declard the title vacant and would hold a tournament to crown a new champion.
Randy Savage Tournament Mar. 27, 1988        Wrestlemania Atlantic City, NJ, USA 1 yr, 6 days     
"Macho Man" Randy Savage defeated "The Million Dollar Man" Ted DiBiase in the final round of a 14-man tournament. Other participants in the tournamnet included "Hacksaw" Jim Duggan, Don Murraco, Dino Bravo, Greg "The Hammer" Valentine, Ricky "The Dragon" Steamboat, Butch Reed, One Man Gang, Bam Bam Bigelow, "Ravishing" Rick Rude, Jake "The Snake" Roberts, Andre the Giant and Hulk Hogan.
Hulk Hogan (2) Randy Savage Apr. 02, 1989        Wrestlemania Atlantic City, NJ, USA 364 days     
Ultimate Warrior Hulk Hogan Apr. 01, 1990        Wrestlemania Toronto, ON, Canada 293 days     
Sgt. Slaughter Ultimate Warrior Jan. 19, 1991        Royal Rumble Miami, FL, USA 64 days     
Hulk Hogan (3) Sgt. Slaughter Mar. 24, 1991        Wrestlemania Los Angeles, CA, USA 248 days     
Undertaker Hulk Hogan Nov. 27, 1991        Survivor Series Detroit, MI, USA 6 days     
Hulk Hogan (4) The Undertaker Dec. 03, 1991        This Tuesday In Texas San Antonio, TX, USA 1 day     
The title belt was vacated by W.W.F. President Jack Tunney, due to the controversial match between the Undertaker and Hulk Hogan. The winner of the 1992 Royal Rumble would be declared the new champion.
** Title Vacated ** Hulk Hogan Dec. 04, 1991        -- -- 46 days     
Ric Flair Royal Rumble Jan. 19, 1992        Royal Rumble Albany, NY, USA 77 days     
Randy Savage (2) Ric Flair Apr. 05, 1992        Wrestlemania Indianapolis, IN, USA 149 days     
Ric Flair (2) Randy Savage Sep. 01, 1992        -- Hershey, PA, USA 41 days     
Bret Hart Ric Flair Oct. 12, 1992        -- Saskatoon, SK, Canada 174 days     
Yokozuna Bret Hart Apr. 04, 1993        Wrestlemania Las Vegas, NV, USA 0 days     
Hulk Hogan (5) Yokozuna Apr. 04, 1993        Wrestlemania Las Vegas, NV, USA 70 days     
Yokozuna (2) Hulk Hogan Jun. 13, 1993        King Of The Ring Dayton, OH, USA 280 days     
Bret Hart (2) Yokozuna Mar. 20, 1994        Wrestlemania New York, NY, USA 248 days     
Bob Backlund (2) Bret Hart Nov. 23, 1994        Survivor Series San Antonio, TX, USA 3 days     
Diesel Bob Backlund Nov. 26, 1994        House Show New York, NY, USA 358 days     
Bret Hart (3) Diesel Nov. 19, 1995        Survivor Series Landover, MD, USA 133 days     
Shawn Michaels Bret "Hitman" Hart Mar. 31, 1996        Wrestlemania Anaheim, CA, USA 231 days     
Sid Vicious Shawn Michaels Nov. 17, 1996        Survivor Series New York, NY, USA 63 days     
Shawn Michaels (2) Sid Vicious Jan. 19, 1997        Royal Rumble San Antonio, TX, USA 25 days     
** Title Vacated ** Shawn Michaels Feb. 13, 1997        Thursday Night Raw Lowell, MA, USA 3 days     
Shawn Michaels was forced to vacate the title after suffuring from an injury that would prevent him from defending the title at In Your House: Final Four.
Bret Hart (4) 4-Way Elim. Match Feb. 16, 1997        IYH: Final Four Chattanooga, TN, USA 1 day     
Bret Hart eliminated The Undertaker in a 4-way over-the-top elimination match that also included Steve Austin and Vader for the vacant title.
Sid Vicious Bret Hart Feb. 17, 1997        Monday Night Raw Memphis, TN, USA 34 days     
Undertaker (2) Sid Vicious Mar. 23, 1997        Wrestlemania Chicago, IL, USA 133 days     
Bret Hart (5) Undertaker Aug. 03, 1997        Summerslam East Rutherford, NJ, USA 98 days     
Shawn Michaels (3) Bret Hart Nov. 09, 1997        Survivor Series Montreal, PQ, Canada 140 days     
Upon orders from W.W.F. chairman Vince McMahon, Earl Hebner declared that Bret Hart had submitted to Shawn Michaels' sharpshooter when, in fact, he did not.
Steve Austin Shawn Michaels Mar. 29, 1998        Wrestlemania Boston, MA, USA 91 days     
Kane Steve Austin Jun. 28, 1998        King Of The Ring Pittsburgh, PA, USA 1 day     
Steve Austin (2) Kane Jun. 29, 1998        Monday Night Raw Cleveland, OH, USA 90 days     
** Title Vacated ** Steve Austin Sep. 27, 1998        IYH: Breakdown Hamilton, ON, Canada 49 days     
Steve Austin lost the belt in a controversial 3 way match with The Undertaker and Kane in which both men pinned Austin. The belt was immediately vacated and held by W.W.F. chairman Vince McMahon, until Survivor Series, where a tournament for the belt would be held.
The Rock Tournament Nov. 15, 1998        Survivor Series St. Louis, MO, USA 50 days     
The Rock won the title in a 14-man tournament after beating Mankind in the final round. Other participants in the tournament included Duane Gill, Al Snow, Jeff Jarrett, Steve Austin, Big Boss Man, X-pac, Steven Regal, Ken Shamrock, Goldust, Triple H, Kane and The Undertaker.
Mankind The Rock Jan. 04, 1999        Monday Night Raw Worchester, MA, USA 20 days     
The Rock (2) Mankind Jan. 24, 1999        Royal Rumble Anaheim, CA, USA 7 days     
Mankind (2) The Rock Jan. 31, 1999        Halftime Heat Tucson, AZ, USA 15 days     
The Rock (3) Mankind Feb. 15, 1999        Monday Night Raw Birmingham, AL, USA 41 days     
Steve Austin (3) The Rock Mar. 28, 1999        Wrestlemania Philadelphia, PA, USA 56 days     
Undertaker (3) Steve Austin May 23, 1999        Over The Edge Kansas City, MO, USA 36 days     
Steve Austin (4) Undertaker Jun. 28, 1999        Monday Night Raw Charlotte, NC, USA 55 days     
Mankind (3) Triple Threat Match Aug. 22, 1999        Summerslam Minneapolis, MN, USA 1 day     
Mankind pinned Steve Austin in a triple threat match that also included Triple H.
Triple H Mankind Aug. 23, 1999        Monday Night Raw Des Moines, IA, USA 24 days     
Vince McMahon Triple H Sep. 16, 1999        Smackdown Las Vegas, NV, USA 4 days     
** Title Vacated ** Vince McMahon Sep. 20, 1999        Monday Night Raw -- 6 days     
Vince McMahon forfeits the title, stating that someone more deserving should be champion. The winner would be declared from the Six Pack Challenge at Unforgiven.
Triple H (2) Six Pack Challenge Sep. 26, 1999        Unforgiven Charlotte, NC, USA 49 days     
Triple H pins Kane in a Six Pack Challenge also involving The Rock, Mankind, British Bulldog and The Big Show.
Big Show 3-Way Match Nov. 14, 1999        Survivor Series Detroit, MI, USA 50 days     
Big Show pins Triple H in a Triple Threat Match also involving The Rock.
Triple H (3) Big Show Jan. 03, 2000        Monday Night Raw Miami, FL, USA 118 days     
At Raw is War on May 17, 2000, Chris Jericho beat Triple H in a match for the World Wrestling Federation Title. However, referee Earl Hebner was forced to reverse the decision and therefore, Jericho was not recognized as the champion.
The Rock (4) Triple H Apr. 30, 2000        Backlash Washington, DC, USA 21 days     
Triple H (4) The Rock May 21, 2000        Judgment Day Louisville, KY, USA 35 days     
The Rock (5) Triple H Jun. 25, 2000        King Of The Ring Boston, MA, USA 119 days     
Kurt Angle The Rock Oct. 22, 2000        No Mercy Albany, NY, USA 126 days     
The Rock (6) Kurt Angle Feb. 25, 2001        No Way Out Las Vegas, NV, USA 35 days     
Steve Austin (5) The Rock Apr. 01, 2001        Wrestlemania Houston, TX, USA 175 days     
Kurt Angle (2) Steve Austin Sep. 23, 2001        Unforgiven Pittsburgh, PA, USA 15 days     
Steve Austin (6) Kurt Angle Oct. 08, 2001        Monday Night Raw Indianapolis, IN, USA 62 days     
World Wrestling Federation/Entertainment
Undisputed World Heavyweight Champion
(December 9, 2001 - September 2, 2002)

Won By: Won From:     Date: Event: Location: Length of         
Title Reign:         
Chris Jericho Steve Austin Dec. 09, 2001        Vengeance San Diego, CA, USA 98 days     
Jericho defeated The Rock earlier in the night to win the W.C.W. World Title. By defeating Stone Cold Steve Austin for the W.W.F. Title, Jericho became the first holder of both titles and declared the "Undisputed Champion of Professional Wrestling".
Triple H (5) Chris Jericho Mar. 17, 2002        Wrestlemania Toronto, ON, Canada 35 days     
Hulk Hogan (6) Triple H Apr. 21, 2002        Backlash Kansas City, MO, USA 28 days     
In May of 2002, World Wrestling Federation Entertainment loses a court battle with the World Wildlife Foundation over the use of the W.W.F. Logo. As a result, the wrestling promotion is renamed World Wrestling Entertainment.
Undertaker (4) Hulk Hogan May 19, 2002        Judgment Day Nashville, TN, USA 63 days     
The Rock (7) Triple Threat Match Jul. 21, 2002        Vengeance Detroit, MI, USA 35 days     
The Rock pinned Kurt Angle in a Triple Threat Match that also invloved the champion Undertaker.
Brock Lesnar The Rock Aug. 25, 2002        Summerslam Uniondale, NY, USA 84 days     
World Wrestling Entertainment
W.W.E. World
World Championship
(September 2, 2002 - December 15, 2013)

Won By: Won From:     Date: Event: Location: Length of         
Title Reign:         
On September 2, 2002, Eric Bischoff awards Triple H the W.W.E. World Heavyweight Championship after the Undisputed Champion Brock Lesnar signs exclusively with Smackdown. The title is no longer referred to as undisputed.
Big Show (2) Brock Lesnar Nov. 17, 2002        Survivor Series New York, NY, USA 28 days     
Kurt Angle (3) Big Show Dec. 15, 2002        Armageddon Ft. Lauderdale, FL, USA 105 days     
Brock Lesnar (2) Kurt Angle Mar. 30, 2003        Wrestlemania Seattle, WA, USA 119 days     
Kurt Angle (3) Triple Threat Match Jul. 27, 2003        Vengeance Denver, CO, USA 53 days     
Kurt Angle pinned Brock Lesnar in a Triple Threat Match that also involved the Big Show.
Brock Lesnar (3) Kurt Angle Sep. 18, 2003        Smackdown Raleigh, NC, USA 150 days     
Eddie Guerrero Brock Lesnar Feb. 15, 2004        No Way Out San Francisco, CA, USA 133 days     
J.B.L. Eddie Guerrero Jun. 27, 2004        Great American Bash Norfolk, VA, USA 280 days     
John Cena J.B.L. Apr. 03, 2005        Wrestlemania Los Angeles, CA, USA 280 days     
Edge John Cena Jan. 08, 2006        New Year's Revolution Albany, NY, USA 21 days     
John Cena (2) Edge Jan. 29, 2006        Royal Rumble Miami, FL, USA 133 days     
Rob Van Dam John Cena Jun. 11, 2006        One Night Stand New York, NY, USA 22 days     
Edge (2) Triple Threat Match Jul. 03, 2006        Monday Night Raw Philadelphia, PA, USA 76 days     
Edge pinned Rob Van Dam in a triple threat match that also involved John Cena.
John Cena (3) Edge Sep. 17, 2006        Unforgiven Toronto, ON, Canada 1 yr, 15 days     
Cena defeated Edge in a Tables, Ladders & Chairs match.
** Title Vacated ** John Cena Oct. 02, 2007        E.C.W. on Sci-Fi Dayton, OH, USA 5 days     
John Cena vacates the title due to an injury.
Randy Orton ** Title Vacated ** Oct. 07, 2007        No Mercy Chicago, IL, USA 0 days     
Orton was awarded the title by Vince McMahon after John Cena vacated the title due to injury earlier the week.
Triple H (6) Randy Orton Oct. 07, 2007        No Mercy Chicago, IL, USA 0 days     
Randy Orton (2) Triple H Oct. 07, 2007        No Mercy Chicago, IL, USA 203 days     
Orton exercised his rematch clause after Triple H sucessfully defended his title against Umaga. Mr. McMahon made the match a Last Man Standing match, the original main event scheduled for the night.
Triple H (7) 4-Way Match Apr. 27, 2008        Backlash Baltimore, MD, USA 210 days     
Triple H defeated Randy Orton in a 4-way elimination match for the title that also included John Cena & J.B.L.
Edge (3) Triple Threat Match Nov. 23, 2008        Survivor Series Boston, MA, USA 21 days     
Edge defeated Triple H in a Triple Threat Match for the championship, that also included Vladimir Kozlov. Edge was a replacement for Jeff Hardy, who suffered a medical emergency earlier that morning.
Jeff Hardy Triple Threat Match Dec. 14, 2008        Armageddon Buffalo, NY, USA 42 days     
Hardy pinned Edge in a Triple Threat Match that also included Triple H.
Edge (4) Jeff Hardy Jan. 25, 2009        Royal Rumble Detroit, MI, USA 21 days     
Triple H (8) Elimination Chamber Feb. 15, 2009        No Way Out Seattle, WA, USA 70 days     
Triple H pinned the Undertaker in an Elimination Chamber match that also included the champion Edge, Jeff Hardy, Big Show and Vladimir Kozlov.
Randy Orton (3) 6-Man Tag Match Apr. 26, 2009        Backlash Providence, RI, USA 42 days     
Randy Orton pinned Triple H in a 6-Man Tag Team Match in which if any member of Triple H's team, which included Batista and Shane McMahon, were to be pinned by any member of Orton's team, which included Cody Rhodes and Ted Dibiase, Orton would win the title.
Batista Randy Orton Jun. 07, 2009        Extreme Rules New Orleans, LA, USA 8 days     
Batista pinned Randy Orton in a steel cage match to win the championship.
** Title Vacated ** Batista Jun. 15, 2009        Monday Night Raw Charlotte, NC, USA 0 days     
Batista vacated the title due to injury.
Randy Orton (4) Fatal-4-Way Jun. 15, 2009        Monday Night Raw Charlotte, NC, USA 90 days     
Orton pinned Big Show in a Fatal-4-Way match that also involved John Cena and Triple H.
John Cena (4) Randy Orton Sep. 13, 2009        Breaking Point Montreal, PQ, Canada 21 days     
Cena defeated Orton in a "I Quit" match.
Randy Orton (5) John Cena Oct. 04, 2009        Hell In A Cell Newark, NJ, USA 21 days     
Orton defeated Cena in a "Hell In A Cell" match.
John Cena (5) Randy Orton Oct. 25, 2009        Bragging Rights Pittsburgh, PA, USA 49 days     
Cena defeated Orton in an Anything Goes 1-Hour Iron Man match, with a score of 6-5.
Sheamus John Cena Dec. 13, 2009        T.L.C. San Antonio, TX, USA 70 days     
Sheamus defeated Cena in a tables match.
John Cena (6) Elimination Chamber Feb. 21, 2010        Elimination Chamber St. Louis, MO, USA 0 days     
Cena defeated Triple H via submission to win the title. Also in the match were the champion, Sheamus, Kofi Kingston, Randy Orton and Ted Dibiase.
Batista (2) John Cena Feb. 21, 2010        Elimination Chamber St. Louis, MO, USA 35 days     
Immediately after the elimination chamber match, Mr. McMahon made Cena face Batista for the title.
John Cena (7) Batista Mar. 28, 2010        Wrestlemania Glendale, AR, USA 84 days     
Sheamus (2) Fatal 4-Way Match Jun. 20, 2010        Fatal 4-Way Uniondale, NY, USA 91 days     
Sheamus pinned John Cena in a fatal 4-way match that also included Edge and Randy Orton.
Randy Orton (6) Six-Pack Match Sep. 19, 2010        Night Of Champions Chicago, IL, USA 64 days     
Orton defeated Sheamus in a Six-Pack Elimination Match that also included Chris Jericho, Edge, John Cena and Wade Barrett.
The Miz Randy Orton Nov. 22, 2010        Monday Night Raw Orlando, FL, USA 160 days     
After Orton successfully defended his title against Wade Barrett, The Miz cashed in his Money In The Bank contract for a shot at the World Championship.
John Cena (8) The Miz May 01, 2011        Extreme Rules Tampa, FL, USA 81 days     
C.M. Punk John Cena Jul. 17, 2011        Money In The Bank Rosemont, IL, USA 28 days     
Because this was the last day of C.M. Punk's contract with W.W.E. Raw, Vince McMahon told John Cena he would be fired if Punk won the match.
Rey Mysterio 8-Man Tournament Jul. 25, 2011        Monday Night Raw Hampton, VA, USA 0 days     
As C.M. Punk is no longer employed by W.W.E., Vince McMahon orders an 8-Man Elimination Tournament to crown a new champion on the July 18 edition of Raw. Mysterio defeated The Miz in the finals of an 8-Man Elimination Tournament to crown a new W.W.E. Champion. The tournament also included Alberto Del Rio, Alex Riley, Jack Swagger, Kofi Kingston and R-Truth.
John Cena (9) Rey Mysterio Jul. 25, 2011        Monday Night Raw Hampton, VA, USA 20 days     
After Triple H was appointed the new Chief Operating Officer of W.W.E. Inc., John Cena was given a rematch for the W.W.E. World Championship against new champion, Rey Mysterio. After winning the match, C.M. Punk returned as a newly signed superstar by Triple H, putting in doubt Cena's claim to the title. Triple H would later rule that both John Cena and C.M. Punk both have legitimate claim to the championship and therefore both are considered champion.
C.M. Punk John Cena Aug. 14, 2011        Summerslam Los Angeles, CA, USA 0 days     
As both men were recognized as champion, Punk continued his reign as the undisputed champion.
Alberto Del Rio C.M. Punk Aug. 14, 2011        Summerslam Los Angeles, CA, USA 35 days     
Del Rio cashed in his money in the bank contract after Punk won a match to be recognized as undisputed champion against John Cena. He did this, however, after Kevin Nash attacked Punk after his win.
John Cena (10) Alberto Del Rio Sep. 18, 2011        Night Of Champions Buffalo, NY, USA 14 days     
Alberto Del Rio (2) Triple Threat Match Oct. 02, 2011        Hell In A Cell New Orleans, LA, USA 49 days     
Del Rio pinned C.M. Punk in a Triple Threat Hell In A Cell Match that also included the champion John Cena
C.M. Punk (3) Alberto Del Rio Nov. 20, 2011        Survivor Series New York, NY, USA 1 yr, 69 days     
The Rock (8) C.M. Punk Jan. 27, 2013        Royal Rumble Phoenix, AZ, USA 70 days     
John Cena The Rock Apr. 07, 2013        Wrestlemania East Rutherford, NJ, USA 133 days     
Daniel Bryan John Cena Aug. 18, 2013        Summerslam Los Angeles, CA, USA 0 days     
Randy Orton (7) Daniel Bryan Aug. 18, 2013        Summerslam Los Angeles, CA, USA 28 days     
Orton cashes in his money in the bank contract after Byran defeated Cena for the championship and Triple H, the special guest referee of the match, attacked Bryan with a pedigree
Daniel Bryan (2) Randy Orton Sep. 15, 2013        Night Of Champions Detroit, MI, USA 1 day     
** Title Held-Up ** Daniel Bryan Sep. 16, 2013        Monday Night Raw Cleveland, OH, USA 41 days     
C.O.O. Triple H holds-up the title after he believes there is collusion between Daniel Bryan and Scott Armstrong, the referee in the championship match at Night Of Champions.
Randy Orton (8) Daniel Bryan Oct. 27, 2013        Hell In A Cell Miami, FL, USA 161 days     
Orton defeated Daniel Bryan in a hell in a cell match that had Shawn Michaels as guest referee.
On December 15, 2013, Orton defeated John Cena in a Ladders match to also win the World Heavyweight Championship to become the unified champion.
World Wrestling Entertainment
World Heavyweight Championship
(December 16, 2013 - Present)

Won By: Won From:     Date: Event: Location: Length of         
Title Reign:         
Daniel Bryan (3) Triple Threat Match Apr. 06, 2014        Wrestlemania New Orleans, LA, USA 64 days     
Bryan made Batista submit in a triple threat match for the title that also included the champion, Randy Orton
** Title Vacated ** Daniel Bryan Jun. 09, 2014        Monday Night Raw Minneapolis, MN, USA 20 days     
Byran is stripped of the championship due to an injury and surgery on his neck.
John Cena Ladder Match Jun. 29, 2014        Money In The Bank Boston, MA, USA 49 days     
John Cena won a ladder match for the vacated championships. The match also included Alberto Del Rio, Bray Wyatt, Cesaro, Kane, Randy Orton, Roman Reigns and Sheamus.
Brock Lesnar (4) John Cena Aug. 17, 2014        Summerslam Los Angeles, CA, USA 224 days     
Seth Rollins Triple Threat Match Mar. 29, 2015        Wrestlemania Santa Clara, CA, USA 221 days     
Rollins cashed in his contract during the World Heavyweight match between champion Brock Lesnar and Roman Reigns. As a result, he was inserted into the match, making it a triple threat match and pinned Reigns to win the title.
** Title Vacated ** Seth Rollins Nov. 05, 2015        Live Event Dublin,Ireland 17 days     
Seth Rollins vacates the title due to injury. A tournament is scheduled to take place at Survivor Series to crown a new champion.
Roman Reigns Tournament Nov. 22, 2015        Survivor Series Atlanta, GA, USA 0 days     
Sheamus (3) Roman Reigns Nov. 22, 2015        Survivor Series Atlanta, GA, USA 22 days     
Roman Reigns (2) Sheamus Dec. 14, 2015        Monday Night Raw Philadelphia, PA, USA 41 days     
Triple H (9) Royal Rumble Jan. 24, 2016        Royal Rumble Orlando, FL, USA 70 days     
Roman Reigns (3) Triple H Apr. 03, 2016        Wrestlemania Arlington, TX, USA 77 days     
Seth Rollins (2) Roman Reigns Jun. 19, 2016        Money In The Bank Las Vegas, NV, USA 0 days     
Dean Ambrose Seth Rollins Jun. 19, 2016        Money In The Bank Las Vegas, NV, USA 84 days     
Ambrose cashed in the Money In The Bank contract he had won earlier in the night, after Rollins defeated Roman Reigns for the championship
World Wrestling Entertainment
World Championship (Smackdown Brand)
(July 19, 2016 - Present)

Won By: Won From:     Date: Event: Location: Length of         
Title Reign:         
A.J. Styles Dean Ambrose Sep. 11, 2016        Backlash Richmond, VA, USA 140 days     
John Cena (13) A.J. Styles Jan. 29, 2017        Royal Rumble San Antonio, TX, USA 14 days     
Bray Wyatt Elimination Chamber Feb. 12, 2017        Elimination Chamber Phoenix, AZ, USA 49 days     
Wyatt pinned A.J. Styles in an Elimination Chamber match that also included the champion, John Cena, Baron Corbin, Dean Ambrose and The Miz.
Randy Orton (9) Bray Wyatt Apr. 02, 2017        Wrestlemania Orlando, FL, USA 49 days     
Jinder Mahal Randy Orton May 21, 2017        Backlash Rosemont, IL, USA 33 days