United States Heavyweight

Some articles on united states heavyweight, heavyweight:

ICW United States Heavyweight Championship
... The ICW United States Heavyweight Championship was a secondary singles championship in International Championship Wrestling ... the now-defunct Detroit version of the NWA United States Heavyweight Championship to the promotion, making the Sheik the first ICW United States Heavyweight Champion ...
Ray Stevens (wrestler) - Championships and Accomplishments
... American Wrestling Alliance AWA United States Heavyweight Championship (7 times) American Wrestling Association AWA World Tag Team Championship (4 times) - with Nick ...
Starrcade (1991) - Background
... On July 14, Lex Luger won the WCW World Heavyweight Championship, and vacated the WCW United States Heavyweight Championship because of this ... Sting won a tournament to become the new WCW United States Heavyweight Champion on August 25, and this put Sting in contention for the WCW World ... This allowed Rude to win the WCW United States Heavyweight Championship from Sting later that night ...
Bobo Brazil - Championships and Accomplishments
... Sports Association ESA North American Heavyweight Championship (1 time) Japan Wrestling Association NWA International Heavyweight Championship (2 times) Maple Leaf Wrestling NWA Canadian Open Tag ...
List Of WWE United States Champions - Title History - Names
... Name Years NWA United States Heavyweight Championship (Mid-Atlantic version) January 1, 1975—January 27, 1981 NWA United States Heavyweight Championship (Undisputed) January 27, 1981 ...

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