JAPW New Jersey State Championship - Title History

Title History

As of January 9, 2013

# Order in reign history
Reign The reign number for the specific set of wrestlers listed
Event The event in which the title was won
Used for vacated reigns so as not to count it as an official reign
N/A The information is not available or is unknown
+ Indicates the current reign is changing daily
# Wrestlers Reign Date Days
held
Location Event Notes
01 !1 Flash Wheeler 01 !1 01998-09-25September 25, 1998 7002196000000000000196 Bayone !Bayonne, NJ N/A Won a 20-man battle royal to become the first champion.
02 !2 Lord Zieg 01 !1 01999-04-09April 9, 1999 7002142000000000000142 North Bergen !North Bergen, NJ Cage Rage !Cage Rage This was a Falls Count Anywhere match.
03 !3 Magic 01 !1 01999-08-29August 29, 1999 7002110000000000000110 Secaucus !Secaucus, NJ 2nd Annual JAPW Convention !2nd Annual JAPW Convention
04 !4 Dr. Hurtz 01 !1 01999-12-17December 17, 1999 7002337000000000000337 Bayone !Bayone, NJ Seasons Beatings !Seasons Beatings Defeated Magic and Born to Eat in a Three-Way Dance.
05 !5 Skinhead Ivan 01 !1 02000-11-18November 18, 2000 7002231000000000000231 Philadelphia !Philadelphia, PA 3rd Anniversary Show !3rd Anniversary Show: South Philly Invasion. Defeated Dr. Hurtz and Laithon in a Three-Way Dance.
06 !6 Reckless Youth 01 !1 02001-07-07July 7, 2001 700129000000000000029 Philadelphia !Philadelphia, PA Royal Consequences !Royal Consequences
zz !— Vacated !Vacated zz !— 02001-08-05August 5, 2001 50000000000000000000 !— zz !N/A zz !N/A The title was vacated by Reckless Youth when he was injured.
07 !7 Dixie 01 !1 02001-08-24August 24, 2001 7002287000000000000287 Bayone !Bayone, NJ The Aftermath !The Aftermath Won a 20-man battle royal to win vacant the title. Dixie also held the JAPW Heavyweight Championship in conjunction with the JAPW New Jersey State Championship. Dixie defeated Homicide and the Insane Dragon in a Three-Way Dance to unify the Jersey State, Heavyweight, and Light Heavyweight titles, on February 2, 2002 in Bayonne, New Jersey at the Russ Haas Memorial Show.
zz !— Vacated !Retired zz !— 02002-06-07June 7, 2002 50000000000000000000 !— Bayone !Bayone, NJ Smarts Only !Smarts Only It was replaced with the JAPW Television Championship.
08 !8 Frankie !Frankie Kazarian 01 !1 02006-09-15September 15, 2006 7002183000000000000183 zz !N/A zz !N/A Kazarian was declared champion when the Light Heavyweight Championship was retired and the New Jersey State Championship was re-activated.
09 !9 Grim Reefer 01 !1 02007-03-17March 17, 2007 7002183000000000000183 Rahway !Rahway, NJ Wild Card !Wild Card III
10 !10 Archadia 01 !1 02007-10-27October 27, 2007 7002175000000000000175 Rahway !Rahway, NJ 10th Anniversary !10th Anniversary Show This was a ladder match.
11 !11 Grim Reefer 02 !2 02008-04-19April 19, 2008 7002210000000000000210 Rahway !Rahway, NJ Spring Massacre !Spring Massacre Defeated Archadia, Azrieal and Eddie Kingston in a four-way match.
12 !12 Bandido, Jr. 01 !1 02008-11-15November 15, 2008 7002105000000000000105 Jersey City !Jersey City, NJ Reboot !Reboot
13 !13 Eddie !Eddie Kingston 01 !1 02009-02-28February 28, 2009 700170000000000000070 Jersey City !Jersey City, NJ Jersey City Rumble !Jersey City Rumble
14 !14 Archadia 02 !2 02009-05-09May 9, 2009 7002259000000000000259 Rahway !Rahway, NJ The Revolution Continues !The Revolution Continues.
15 !15 Devon Moore 01 !1 02010-01-23January 23, 2010 700156000000000000056 Rahway !Rahway, NJ 12th Anniversary Show !12th Anniversary Show.
16 !16 Charlie Haas !Charlie Haas 01 !1 02010-03-20March 20, 2010 700163000000000000063 Rahway !Rahway, NJ Wild Card VI !Wild Card VI
17 !17 Brodie Lee !Brodie Lee 01 !1 02010-05-22May 22, 2010 589 Rahway !Rahway, NJ Notorious Thunder !Notorious Thunder Won title when he pinned Charlie Haas in a tag team match, where Haas' title and his partner Dan Maff's JAPW Heavyweight Championship were on the line against Lee's and Necro Butcher's JAPW careers.
zz !— Retired zz !— 02012-01-01January 1, 2012 zz !— zz !— zz !—

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