JAPW Heavyweight Championship

JAPW Heavyweight Championship

The Jersey All Pro Wrestling (JAPW) Heavyweight Championship is a professional wrestling championship in the American independent professional wrestling promotion Jersey All Pro Wrestling. Being a professional wrestling championship, it is not won via direct competition; it is instead won via a predetermined ending to a match or awarded to a wrestler because of a wrestling angle. It became an official title on October 31, 1997 when Joe Rules became the first champion. The current champion Dan Maff, who is in his fourth reign as champion. There have been 34 reigns by 19 wrestlers and six vacancies. One of those vacancies came when Pitbull #2 was injured.

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