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Revision as of 10:58, 26 September 2012

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Current Champion

El Pulpo is the current champion, having defeated Histeria on 6/16/12 to win the title.

History of Championship

After the UWA fell apart, the championship eventually ended up in Japan, and as part of the J-Crown Octuple Championship. After that championship was broken apart, the championship drifted to Michinoku Pro Wrestling in Japan.

Champions Listing

# Champion(s) Defeated Date Location
Triangle Match - decision match for vacant championship
1 Cesar Valentino Anibal & America Salvaje 1977.11.20 Mexico City
2 Gran Hamada Cesar Valentino 1979.02.04 Mexico City
3 Perro Aguayo Gran Hamada 1979.04.11 Mexico City
vacant on 1979.12.15 when Perro Aguayo is injured
decision match for vacant championship
4 El Solitario Masanobu Kurisu 1980.01.27 Mexico City
1 Villano III 1980.02.08 El Toreo De Naucalpan
2[1] Villano III 1980.05.25 ?
5 Eric Embry El Solitario 1981.03.30 Puebla
6 El Solitario [2] Eric Embry 1981.07.19 Mexico City
7 El Signo El Solitario 1983.06.10 Tijuana
1 El Solitario 1983.07.17 El Toreo De Naucalpan
2 Villano III 1984.01.01 El Toreo De Naucalpan
stripped of the championship on 1984.02.15 for an unauthorized defense against Kato Kung Lee on 1984.01.27
tournament for vacant championship
8 Anibal El Texano 1984.05.27 El Toreo De Naucalpan
9 Invader III Anibal 1984.09.15 San Juan, Puerto Rico
10 Anibal [2] Invader III 1984.??.?? ?
11 Negro Navarro Anibal 1985.01.06 Mexico City
12 Mano Negra Negro Navarro 1985.02.25 Puebla
13 El Cobarde II Mano Negra 1985.12.08 Mexico City
14 Gran Hamada [2] El Cobarde II 1986.03.04 Arena Queretaro
15 Blue Panther Gran Hamada 1986.11.16 Mexico City
16 Solar I Blue Panther 1987.05.25 Puebla
17 Blue Panther [2] Solar I 1988.02.08 Puebla
18 Gran Cochisse Blue Panther 1988.09.16 Arena Mexico
19 Ringo Mendoza Gran Cochise 1989.04.29 Mexico City
1 El Texano 1990.04.05 Pista Arena Revolucion
20 Perro Aguayo [2] Ringo Mendoza 1990.06.29 Arena Mexico
1 Fishman 1990.11.17 Tonala, Jalisco
Aguayo stripped of the championship in May 1992 when he jumps to AAA
16 man tournament for vacant championship
21 Gran Hamada [3] Black Power II 1992.12.13 El Toreo De Naucalpan
1 Zandokan 1993.01.24 Kisarazu, Japan
2 Super Astro 1993.03.28 El Toreo De Naucalpan
3 Scorpio Jr. 1993.04.12 Hamamatsu, Japan
4 Villano IV 1993.06.04 Korakuen Hall - Tokyo
5 Villano IV 1993.08.04 Arena Naucalpan
22 El Engendro Gran Hamada 1993.09.12 El Toreo De Naucalpan
23 Gran Hamada [4] El Engendro 1993.09.22 Arena Aficion De Pachuca
1 Fuerza Guerrera 1994.06.14 Arena Aficion De Pachuca
24 Sabu Gran Hamada 1995.11.23 Kawasaki, Japan
25 El Samurai Sabu 1995.12.01 Niigata, Japan
26 Koji Kanemoto El Samurai 1996.03.17 Amagasaki, Japan
vacates the championship around May 1996 due to injury
decision match for vacant championship
27 Shinjiro Ohtani Kazushi Sakuraba 1996.06.17 Tokyo
next 3 title matches are part of the J-Crown Unification Tournament
next match unifies with NWA World Welterweight Championship
1 Negro Casas 1996.08.03 Tokyo
28 Ultimo Dragon Shinjiro Ohtani 1996.08.04 Tokyo
29 The Great Sasuke Ultimo Dragon 1996.08.05 Tokyo
title becomes part of the J-Crown Octuple Championship for next four matches
30 Ultimo Dragon [2] The Great Sasuke 1996.10.11 Osaka
31 Jushin Liger Ultimo Dragon 1997.01.04 Tokyo
32 El Samurai [2] Jushin Liger 1997.07.06 Sapporo, Japan
33 Shinjiro Ohtani [2] El Samurai 1997.08.10 Nagoya, Japan
Ohtani vacates title as part of vacating most of Octuple Championship on 1997.11.05
decision match for vacant championship
34 Gran Hamada [5] Convict 1998.07.03 Ninohe, Japan
championship returned to Mexico during 1999
decision match for vacant championship
35 El Cobarde II Perro Aguayo 1999.02.15 Nuevo Laredo
1 Tiger Steele 2000.02.06 Salamanca
36 Heavy Metal El Cobarde 2000.04.10 Nuevo Laredo
title assumed missing, possibly passed onto Silver Star who defends it as the UWA Light Heavyweight Title in Monterrey.
title reappears with Silver King
37 Silver King ? 2006.??.?? ?
1 Diluvio Negro II 2006.11.26 Arena Solidaridad
38 Diluvio Negro II Silver King 2007.02.25 Arena Solidaridad
championship history unclear
39? Histeria ? ????.??.?? ?
40? El Pulpo Histeria 2011.06.16 Auditorio Mundo Nuevo, Matamoros, Tamaulipas
title vs title match with the UWF United States Heavyweight Championship
1 Pirata Morgan 2011.11.01 Gimnasio UAT, Reynosa, Tamaulipas
2 Enrique Vera 2012.03.18 Auditorio Municipal Valle Hermoso, Tamaulipas
 
 
title change
successful title defense
championship matches which were announced, but results were not found

Sources:

  1. Guerreros del Ring 191


Gallery of Champions

César Valentino, 1st Champion
Gran Hamada, 2nd, 14th, 21st, 23rd & 34th Champion
Perro Aguayo, 3rd & 20th Champion
El Solitario, 4th & 6th Champion
Eric Embry, 5th Champion
Anibal, 8th & 10th Champion


El Cobarde II, masked as 13th Champion
Solar I, 16th Champion
Ultimo Dragon, 28th & 30th Champion
The Great Sasuke, 29th Champion
Jushin Liger, 31st Champion
El Cobarde II, unmasked as 35th Champion


Silver King, as Ramses as 37th Champion
Diluvio Negro II, unmasked, 38th Champion
Histeria, 39th Champion?
El Pulpo, 40th Champion?


Gallery of Title Belts

1st Belt
Current Belt


Sources

Also Listed As

Universal Wrestling Association Championships
Official: Heavy (Dr. Wagner Jr.)
Outlaw: Light (Kato Kung Lee Jr.), Junior Light Heavy (Diluvio Negro II)
Now in Japan: Welter, Middle, Junior Heavy, Tag, Trios,
Defunct: Feather, Light Heavy, Women, International Women, Women Junior, Women's Tag,
Associated: WWF Light Heavy
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