JCP / NWA / WCW Television Title History

2/27/74; Raleigh, NC; WRAL Studios
- Mid-Atlantic TV Championship Tournament Finals: Danny Miller defeated Ole Anderson to win the title

5/10/74; Richmond, VA
- Ivan Koloff defeated Mid-Atlantic TV Champion Danny Miller to win the title

7/8/74; Charlotte, NC; Memorial Stadium
- Paul Jones defeated Mid-Atlantic TV Champion Ivan Koloff to win the title

10/30/74; Raliegh, NC; WRAL Studios
- Ivan Koloff defeated Mid-Atlantic TV Champion Paul Jones to win the title

12/26/74; Greensboro, NC; Coliseum
- Paul Jones defeated Mid-Atlantic TV Champion Ivan Koloff to win the title at the 13-minute mark

2/8/75; Winston-Salem, NC; Memorial Coliseum
- Ric Flair (sub. for Ivan Koloff) pinned Mid-Atlantic TV Champion Paul Jones to win the title after hitting him with a foreign object; moments earlier, Flair grabbed the ring ropes to force Jones to break the Indian Deathlock

8/8/75; Richmond, VA; Arena
- Paul Jones defeated Mid-Atlantic TV Champion Ric Flair to win the title

- 12/3/75: The title was vacated after Jones won the NWA US Title on 11/27/75.

4/14/76; Raleigh, NC; WRAL Studios
Aired 4/17/76
- Mid-Atlantic TV Championship Tournament Finals: Angelo Mosca defeated Mr. Wrestling #1 to win the title

6/30/76; Raleigh, NC; WRAL Studios
Aired 7/3/76
- Paul Jones defeated Mid-Atlantic TV Champion Angelo Mosca to win the title

8/11/76; Raleigh, NC; WRAL Studios
Aired 8/14/76
- Angelo Mosca defeated Mid-Atlantic TV Champion Paul Jones to win the title

10/16/76; Greensboro, NC; Coliseum
- Mr. Wrestling #1 defeated Mid-Atlantic TV Champion Angelo Mosca to win the title at 10:35

11/8/76; Fayetteville, NC
- Greg Valentine defeated Mid-Atlantic TV Champion Mr. Wrestling #1 to win the title

11/30/76; Charleston, SC; County Hall
- Rufus R. Jones defeated Mid-Atlantic TV Champion Greg Valentine to win the title

1/19/77; Raleigh, NC; WRAL Studios
Aired 1/22/77
- Greg Valentine defeated Mid-Atlantic TV Champion Rufus R. Jones to win the title

2/15/77; Raleigh, NC; Dorton Arena
- Rufus R. Jones defeated Mid-Atlantic TV Champion Greg Valentine to win the title

The title also "changed hands" three days later when Jones beat Valentine, who came in recognized as champion, in Charleston, SC.

4/4/77; Greenville, SC; Memorial Auditorium
- Ric Flair defeated Mid-Atlantic TV Champion Rufus R. Jones to win the title

6/15/77; Raleigh, NC; WRAL Studios
Aired 6/18/77
- Ricky Steamboat pinned Mid-Atlantic TV Champion Ric Flair to win the title at around the 8-minute mark following a chop from the top rope; Greg Valentine joined the commentary team of Bob Caudle & David Crockett for the match; after the bout, Flair and Valentine double teamed Steamboat in the ring

10/12/77; Raleigh, NC; WRAL Studios
Aired 10/15/77
- Baron Von Raschke defeated Mid-Atlantic TV Champion Ricky Steamboat to win the title

- 3/4/78: Koloff won a fictitious tournament to be crowned the NWA TV Champion

3/5/78; Charlotte, NC; Coliseum
- Johnny Weaver pinned Mid-Atlantic TV Champion Baron Von Raschke to win the title at the 12-minute mark

4/3/78; Greenville, SC; Memorial Auditorium
- Baron Von Raschke defeated Mid-Atlantic TV Champion Johnny Weaver to win the title

6/7/78; Raleigh, NC
- Paul Jones defeated Mid-Atlantic TV Champion Baron Von Raschke to win the title

6/10/79; Asheville, NC; Civic Center
- Ricky Steamboat defeated Mid-Atlantic TV Champion Paul Jones to win the title

- The title was vacated.

4/80; Raleigh, NC
- Mid-Atlantic TV Championship Tournament Finals: The Masked Superstar defeated Blackjack Mulligan to win the title

- 10/80: The title was vacated.

11/1/80; Richmond, VA
- Mid-Atlantic TV Championship Tournament Finals: Roddy Piper defeated Paul Jones to win the title

- 1/27/81: The title was vacated when Piper won the NWA US Title.

4/29/81; Raleigh, NC; WRAL Studios
- Mid-Atlantic TV Championship Tournament Finals: Sweet Ebony Diamond defeated Greg Valentine to win the title; Bob Caudle & Lord Alfred Hayes provided commentary for the match; after the contest, Diamond unmasked and Valentine attacked Diamond with the title belt; moments later, Steve Muslin, Ron Ritchie, Tony Russo, and Frank Monte made the save and tended to Diamond

5/30/81; Charlotte, NC
- Sweet Ebony Diamond defeated Mid-Atlantic TV Champion Greg Valentine to win the title

9/6/81; Asheville, NC; Civic Center
- Ron Bass defeated Mid-Atlantic TV Champion Greg Valentine to win the title

11/3/81; Charlotte, NC
- Ivan Koloff defeated Mid-Atlantic TV Champion Ron Bass to win the title

1/2/82; Hampton, VA
- Jimmy Valiant defeated Mid-Atlantic TV Champion Ivan Koloff to win the title

9/19/82; Charlotte, NC
- Jos LeDuc defeated Mid-Atlantic TV Champion Jimmy Valiant to win the title

10/82: LeDuc was stripped of the title for using the ring ropes in a title defense against Johnny Weaver.

11/27/82; Greensboro, NC; Coliseum
- Leroy Brown won a $10,000 20-man battle royal to win the vacant Mid-Atlantic TV Title; other participants included: Porkchop Cash, Ken Timbs, Bob Orton Jr., Keith Larsen, Jerry Black, Masa Fuchi, Jerry Brisco, Frank Monte, Ricky Rudd, Mike Rotundo, Mike Davis, Jim Nelson, Ron Ritchie, Don Kernodle, Iceman King Parsons, Jim Dalton, Gene Anderson, Ricky Harris, Bill White, Sgt. Slaughter, and Johnny Weaver

12/25/82; Charlotte, NC
- Mike Rotundo defeated NWA TV Champion Leroy Brown to win the title

2/22/83; Columbia, SC; Township Auditorium
Mid-Atlantic Championship Wrestling - 2/26/83
- Dick Slater defeated Mid-Atlantic TV Champion Mike Rotundo to win the title

3/27/83; Roanoke, VA; Civic Center
- Roddy Piper defeated Mid-Atlantic TV Champion Dick Slater to win the title

4/3/83; Greensboro, NC; Coliseum
- Dick Slater defeated Mid-Atlantic TV Champion Roddy Piper to win the title

4/30/83; Richmond, VA; Coliseum
- Jos LeDuc defeated Mid-Atlantic TV Champion Dick Slater to win the title

5/23/83; Greenville, SC; Memorial Auditorium
- The Great Kabuki defeated Mid-Atlantic TV Champion Jos LeDuc to win the title

Starrcade 83 - 11/24/83; Greensboro, NC; Coliseum
- Charlie Brown pinned Mid-Atlantic TV Champion the Great Kabuki (w/ Gary Hart) in a No DQ, no time limit match to win the title at 10:35 with an elbow drop after the champion missed a charge in the corner; stipulations stated that both Brown's mask and the title were only at stake for the first 15 minutes of the match

- 1/84: Jimmy Valiant was stripped of the title after unmasking as Charlie Brown. An 8-man tournament was held to determine the new champion. Prior to the finals, NWA US Champion Dick Slater defeated Dory Funk Jr. and Greg Valentine while Mark Youngblood defeated Barry Orton and Assassin #2.

3/7/84; Spartanburg, SC; Memorial Auditorium
- NWA TV Championship Finals: Mark Youngblood pinned NWA US Champion Dick Slater at around the 7-minute mark by lifting his shoulder out of a back suplex into a bridge; prior to the bout, Slater attacked Youngblood and Youngblood was helped out of the ring by Tim Horner; moments later, Youngblood brushed off the injury and returned to the ring

3/28/84; Spartanburg, SC; Memorial Auditorium
Worldwide - 3/31/84:
- Tully Blanchard (w/ Paul Jones) pinned NWA TV Champion & NWA Tag Team Champion Mark Youngblood to win the TV title at around the 6:30 mark with a knee to the back; Youngblood's foot was on the bottom rope during the cover but the referee didn't notice it; Jones attempted to push it off the ropes but was too late

3/16/85; Greensboro, NC; Coliseum
- Dusty Rhodes defeated NWA TV Champion Tully Blanchard (w/ Baby Doll) to win the title; stipulations stated Rhodes would have to leave JCP if he lost; each man put up $10,000 for the bout; Baby Doll was suspended over the ring in a cage during the contest

4/28/85; Charlotte, NC; Coliseum
- Tully Blanchard pinned NWA TV Champion Dusty Rhodes to win the title after hitting him over the head with a foreign object, thrown to him by Baby Doll, moments after referee Tommy Young was knocked down; Rhodes feet were on the ropes during the cover but the dazed Young didn't notice them

Great American Bash 85 - 7/6/85; Charlotte, NC; Memorial Stadium
- Dusty Rhodes pinned NWA TV Champion Tully Blanchard (w/ Baby Doll) in a non-sanctioned steel cage match to win the title at 11:30 with a piledriver; after the bout, Magnum TA, Manny Fernandez, and several other wrestlers came out to congratulate the new champion; due to pre-match stipulations, Rhodes won possession of Baby Doll for 30 days

- 10/19/85: Dusty Rhodes was stripped of the title due to the injury he sustained 9/28/85 at the Omni.

- 1/4/86: An 8-man tournament was held to determine a new champion. Prior to the finals, Wahoo McDaniel defeated the Barbarian and Tully Blanchard while Arn Anderson defeated Jimmy Valiant.

1/4/86; Greensboro, NC; Coliseum
- NWA TV Championship Tournament Finals: Arn Anderson defeated Wahoo McDaniel

9/9/86; Columbia, SC; Township Auditorium
Pro - 9/13/86:
- Dusty Rhodes pinned NWA TV Champion Arn Anderson to win the title with a DDT onto a steel chair, moments after referee Earl Hebner was knocked to the floor and Anderson attempted to use the chair as a weapon

Starrcade 86; 11/27/86; Greensboro, NC; Coliseum
- Tully Blanchard (w/ JJ Dillon) defeated NWA TV Champion Dusty Rhodes in a first blood match to win the title at 8:41 after hitting him with a roll of coins; prior to the match, Rhodes busted open Dillon with an elbow to the head; Rhodes made Blanchard bleed first, at the 11-minute mark, but referee Earl Hebner was knocked out, allowing Dillon to wipe away the blood, rub Vasoline on the wound, and hand the challenger the roll of coins; after the bout, Rhodes threw Hebner to the floor

8/19/87; Fayetteville, NC
Pro - 8/29/87:
- Nikita Koloff pinned NWA TV Champion Tully Blanchard (w/ JJ Dillon) to win the title after more than 16 minutes after hitting the Russian Sickle on an interfering Dillon and hitting Blanchard with his own foreign object behind the back of referee Earl Hebner; late in the bout, Arn Anderson appeared ringside, at which time Blanchard hit Koloff with the weapon; moments later, UWF Western States Heritage Champion Barry Windham came out, stopped the referee from making the count, and tried to tell him what happened before then brawling with Blanchard in the ring in plain view of the referee; after the bout, Windham, NWA Tag Team Champions Ricky Morton & Robert Gibson, Kendall Windham, Lazortron, the Italian Stallion, Ron Garvin, and others filled the ring to celebrate the win; moments later, Bob Caudle conducted a ringside interview with Koloff regarding the win

1/26/88; Raleigh, NC; Dorton Arena
Pro
- Mike Rotundo (w/ Kevin Sullivan) pinned NWA TV Champion Nikita Koloff to win the title at around the 13-minute mark after Sullivan hit the champion in the throat with a foreign object as Rick Steiner who appeared ringside late in the bout, distracted referee Earl Hebner from the floor

Starrcade 88; 12/26/88; Norfolk, VA; Scope
- Rick Steiner pinned NWA TV Champion Mike Rotunda (w/ NWA US Tag Team Champion Kevin Sullivan) to win the title at 17:59 after Rotunda collided with Sullivan on the apron as Sullivan argued with head referee Tommy Young; Sullivan was placed in a shark cage for the duration of the bout, with the help of Klondike Bill; Sullivan was released late in the contest after NWA US Tag Team Champion Steve Williams appeared ringside and rang the timekeeper's bell, as Steiner had Rotunda covered following the belly to belly suplex, causing referee Teddy Long to believe the time limit had expired; moments later, Young came ringside to investigate who rang the bell

Chi-Town Rumble 89; 2/20/89; Chicago, IL; UIC Pavilion
- Mike Rotunda (w/ Kevin Sullivan) pinned NWA TV Champion Rick Steiner (w/ Scott Steiner) to win the title at 16:21 when Steiner pinned himself as he had a sleeper applied

3/30/89; Atlanta, GA; Center Stage Theatre
World Championship Wrestling - 4/1/89
- Sting pinned NWA TV Champion Mike Rotunda (w/ Kevin Sullivan, Steve Williams, & Dan Spivey) to win the title at 16:32 with a roll over and grabbing the tights for leverage; NWA World Champion Ricky Steamboat and NWA US Champion Lex Luger appeared ringside early in the bout to counter the appearance of the Varsity Club; as a result of his win, Sting won Rotunda's $10,000

9/3/89; Atlanta, GA; Omni
- The Great Muta defeated Sting; stipulations stated the winner would earn the vacant NWA TV Title

1/2/90; Gainesville, GA; Georgia Mountains Center
Power Hour - 1/12/90
- Arn Anderson pinned NWA TV Champion the Great Muta to win the title at 13:17 with the DDT after lifting his knees to block the moonsault, despite interference from Sawyer and Dragon Master who appeared ringside early in the match; following the commercial break, Jim Ross conducted an interview with Anderson regarding the title win, with Sawyer & the Dragon Master confronting him and Sawyer challenging Anderson for the following week and Anderson agreeing

12/4/90; Atlanta, GA; Center Stage Theatre
World Championship Wrestling - 12/29/90
- Tom Zenk pinned NWA TV Champion Arn Anderson to win the title with a missile dropkick at around the 18-minute mark; after the bout, Jim Ross conducted an interview with Zenk regarding his title win

1/7/91; Perry, GA; Reaves Arena
Worldwide - 2/2/91
- Arn Anderson pinned WCW TV Champion Tom Zenk to win the title at 5:49 with his feet on the middle rope for leverage after the momentum of a crossbody by Zenk put Anderson on top

SuperBrawl; 5/19/91; St. Petersburg, FL; Bayfront Center
- Bobby Eaton pinned WCW TV Champion Arn Anderson to win the title at 11:50 with the Alabama Jam, moments after Brian Pillman appeared and chased off Barry Windham as Windham attempted to interfere

6/3/91; Birmingham, AL; BJCC
Worldwide - 6/29/91
- Steve Austin pinned WCW TV Champion Bobby Eaton to win the title at 7:56 with a roll up after Lady Blossom came out and poked the champion in the eyes as referee Nick Patrick was knocked down (Lady Blossom's surprise debut)

4/27/92; Atlanta, GA; Center Stage Theatre
WCW Saturday Night - 5/9/92
- Barry Windham defeated WCW TV Champion Steve Austin (w/ Paul E. Dangerously) to win the title in a Best 2 out of 3 falls match, 2-1; prior to the bout, Alabama's Randy Owen introduced ring announcer Rhubarb Jones and then provided guest commentary for the match; fall #1: Windham pinned Austin with the superplex at 10:57; fall #2: Austin pinned Windham with the Stun Gun at 4:57; fall #3: Windham pinned Austin with a roll up at 5:40 after Austin attempted to use the title belt as a weapon; after the bout, Austin attacked Windham with the title belt, dropped him with the Stun Gun, and left the ring with the belt

5/23/92; Chattanooga, TN; UTC Arena
Worldwide - 6/13/92
- Steve Austin (w/ Paul E. Dangerously) pinned WCW TV Champion Barry Windham to win the title after hitting him with the title belt; after the bout, Jesse Ventura interviewed Paul E. on the podium who gloated about Austin's victory and talked about Larry Zbyszko quitting the Dangerous Alliance

Clash of the Champions XX; 9/2/92; Atlanta, GA; Center Stage Theatre
- Ricky Steamboat pinned WCW TV Champion Steve Austin (w/ Paul E. Dangerously) in a No DQ match to win the title at 10:46 with a crossbody off the top after crawling under the ring and coming out the opposite end; after the introductions, 11 year-old Megan Cean of Tulsa, OK was accompanied to the ring by Johnny B. Badd to sing the National Anthem; during the bout, Dangerously was suspended above the ring in a cage; Steamboat wrestled the match with taped ribs after sustaining broken ribs in the NWA Tag Team Championship Tournament

9/29/92; Columbus, GA; Municipal Auditorium
Worldwide - 10/17/92:
- Scott Steiner pinned WCW TV Champion Ricky Steamboat to win the title with an inside cradle at 9:44 after Steamboat missed a crossbody and fell to the floor

- 11/92: The title was declared vacant when Scott Steiner left WCW for the WWF.

- 2/93: A 16-man tournament was held to determine the new champion.

3/3/93; Macon, GA; Coliseum
Worldwide - 4/3/93:
WCW TV Championship Tournament Finals: Paul Orndorff pinned Erik Watts with the piledriver to win the title at 12:17 following a back suplex

Clash of the Champions XXIV; 8/18/93; Daytona Beach, FL; Ocean Center
- Ricky Steamboat pinned WCW TV Champion Paul Orndorff to win the title at 8:32 by reversing a bodyslam into an inside cradle; after the bout, Orndorff attacked Steamboat on the entrance ramp and hit the piledriver

Fall Brawl 93; 9/19/93; Houston, TX; Summit
- Lord Steven Regal (w/ Sir William) pinned WCW TV Champion Ricky Steamboat to win the title at 17:05 with a German suplex into a bridge after Sir William hit Steamboat in the had with his umbrella as the champion attempted to skin the cat

5/2/94; Atlanta, GA; Center Stage Theatre
WCW Saturday Night - 5/28/94 & 6/4/94:
- Larry Zbyszko pinned WCW TV Champion Lord Steven Regal (w/ Sir William) to win the title at 17:36 when, as the challenger was caught in a sleeper, Zbyszko kicked Sir William off the apron and fell back on Regal for the pinfall; only 16:09 of the match was shown before the show went off the air, with the announcers saying the remainder would be shown the following week

Clash of the Champions XXVII; 6/23/94; Charleston, SC; North Charleston Coliseum
- Lord Steven Regal (w/ Sir William) pinned WCW TV Champion Larry Zbyzsko to win the title with a roll up out of a Boston Crab attempt and grabbing the ropes for leverage during the cover; Regal wore a red coat and white wig upon his entrance; in addition to Regal grabbing the ropes, Zbyzsko's foot was on the bottom rope during the first count of the pinfall but it was not mentioned by the commentary team

Fall Brawl 94; 9/18/94; Roanoke, VA; Civic Center
- Johnny B. Badd pinned WCW TV Champion Lord Steven Regal (w/ Sir William) to win the title at 11:13 with a backslide after avoiding a European uppercut; prior to the bout, Regal came ringside wearing a powdered wig; during the contest, Barry Darsow was shown sitting in the crowd

1/8/95; Atlanta, GA; Center Stage Theatre
The Main Event - shown live:
- Arn Anderson (w/ Col. Rob Parker & Meng) pinned WCW TV Champion Johnny B. Badd to win the title at 6:51 when Parker pushed the challenger onto Badd after the two collided head-to-head and then held down Badd's foot during the cover; after the bout, Gene Okerlund conducted an interview with Badd regarding the controversial finish; moments later, Okerlund called over referee Randy Anderson in which Anderson said the decision stood; Okerlund then urged the fans to call the WCW Hotline and demand a rematch between Badd and Anderson

Great American Bash 95; 6/18/95; Dayton, OH; Hara Arena
- The Renegade (w/ Jimmy Hart) pinned WCW TV Champion Arn Anderson to win the title at 9:06 with a Samoan Drop and splash off the top; after the bout, a huge man in the front row (the Giant) was seen staring at Hart and the Renegade and almost tried to grab Hart

Fall Brawl 95; 9/17/95; Asheville, NC; Civic Center
- Diamond Dallas Page (w/ Maxx Muscle & Kimberly) pinned WCW TV Champion the Renegade (w/ Jimmy Hart) to win the title at 8:05 with the Diamond Cutter as Muscle grabbed the champion's foot as he tried to get back in the ring, moments after the Renegade hit a clothesline from the top rope onto Muscle on the floor

Halloween Havoc 95; 10/29/95; Detroit, MI; Joe Louis Arena
- Johnny B. Badd pinned WCW TV Champion Diamond Dallas Page (w/ Maxx Muscle & Kimberly) to win the title at 17:00 after Muscle accidentally hit a clothesline on the champion, with Badd then knocking Muscle off the apron with a left hand punch; prior to the bout, a man appeared at the entrance stage dressed as Badd, distracting Page as the real Badd came out of the crowd

2/17/96; Baltimore, MD; Arena
- Lex Luger pinned WCW TV Champion Johnny B. Badd to win the title with his feet on the ropes for leverage

2/18/96; Norfolk, VA; Scope
- Johnny B. Badd pinned WCW TV Champion & WCW Tag Team Champion Lex Luger to win the title with a roll up; the title belt was not ringside for the match

3/6/96; Macon, GA; Coliseum
Saturday Night - 3/9/96:
- WCW Tag Team Champion Lex Luger pinned WCW TV Champion Johnny B. Badd (w/ Kimberly) to win the title at 5:29 after Diamond Dallas Page dropped Badd with a Diamond Cutter on the floor while Jimmy Hart distracted the referee from the apron; prior to the bout, Badd questioned Kimberly as to what she was doing the previous week on Nitro when she came out wearing white and holding roses; Kimberly refused to talk about it; during Badd's ring entrance, he cut an insert promo rejecting Page's challenge to a rematch, noting he had taken everything from Page and there was nothing left that he wanted; late in the bout, Hart and Page appeared ringside together; after the contest, Lee Marshal conducted a ringside interview with Badd in which he cut a promo on facing Page at Uncensored and lashed out at Kimberly for not looking out for him during the match (Badd's last appearance)

8/20/96; Dalton, GA
Saturday Night - 8/31/96:
- Lord Steven Regal pinned WCW TV Champion Lex Luger to win the title at 7:40 after Scott Hall & Kevin Nash came out and threw Luger head-first into the ringpost on the floor, behind the back of referee Nick Patrick; prior to the bout, Regal was escorted to the ring by Jeeves; after the contest, Tony Schiavone conducted an interview with Regal regarding the title win in which Regal said he didn't see any outside interference, praised Patrick as a referee, said he was going to defend the title all over the world, and said he was loyal to WCW

2/17/97; Tampa, FL; Fairgrounds
Monday Nitro:
- Prince Iaukea pinned WCW TV Champion Lord Steven Regal to win the title with a crucifix at 3:30 after Regal became distracted by Rey Mysterio Jr. at ringside; prior to the bout, Gene Okerlund conducted an interview with Regal in the aisle regarding his upcoming title defense Sunday at SuperBrawl against Mysterio, during which Regal said Mysterio should stay at home with the other six dwarfs; Mysterio appeared ringside during the closing moments after Regal repeatedly gestured for him to appear; after the bout, Iaukea celebrated in the aisle with Teddy Long, Public Enemy, and WCW US Champion Eddie Guerrero

4/7/97; Huntsville, AL; Von Braun Civic Center
Monday Nitro:
- The Ultimo Dragon (w/ Sonny Onoo) pinned WCW TV Champion Prince Iaukea to win the title at 2:03 after a series of kicks to the champion's injured ribs; Iaukea's ribs were heavily taped for the match following the attack he sustained earlier in the show from Lord Steven Regal

Slamboree 97; 5/18/97; Charlotte, NC; Independence Arena
- Steven Regal defeated WCW TV Champion the Ultimo Dragon (w/ Sonny Onoo) to win the title at 16:04 via submission with the Regal Stretch following a reverse suplex after Onoo kicked his own man; Mike Tenay did guest commentary for the match

7/22/97; Jacksonville, FL; Coliseum
Monday Nitro
- The Ultimo Dragon defeated WCW TV Champion Lord Steven Regal to win the title at 3:25 via submission with the Dragon Sleeper

Clash of the Champions XXXV; 8/21/97; Nashville, TN; Municipal Auditorium
- Alex Wright pinned WCW TV Champion the Ultimo Dragon to win the title with a German suplex into a bridge at 11:23; Mike Tenay did guest commentary for the bout

11/3/97; Philadelphia, PA; Corestates Spectrum
Monday Nitro
- Perry Saturn defeated WCW TV Champion Disco Inferno to win the title

12/8/97; Buffalo, NY; Marine Midland Arena
Monday Nitro
- Disco Inferno defeated WCW TV Champion Perry Saturn to win the title

12/29/97; Baltimore, MD; Arena
Monday Nitro
- Booker T pinned WCW TV Champion Disco Inferno to win the title at 6:54 with the Harlem Hangover; after the bout, Stevie Ray came out and celebrated with the new champion

2/16/98; Tampa, FL; Fairgrounds
Monday Nitro
- Rick Martel defeated WCW TV Champion Booker T to win the title at 8:04 via submission with the Quebec Crab, moments after Perry Saturn came out while the referee was knocked down, hit Martel from the apron, and was knocked off the apron by Booker with a spin kick; Booker's move ended up injuring his knee, leading to the finish moments later

SuperBrawl VIII - 2/22/98; San Francisco, CA; Cow Palace
- Booker T pinned WCW TV Champion Rick Martel to win the title at 10:32 with a Harlem side kick as Martel came off the middle turnbuckle; during the bout, Raven's Flock was seen sitting ringside; due to pre-match stipulations, Booker would defend later in the night against Perry Saturn; immediately after the match, Saturn jumped into the ring, threw Martel to the floor, and applied the Rings of Saturn on Booker to begin their match (Martel's last match)

4/30/98; Augusta, GA
- Chris Benoit defeated WCW TV Champion Booker T to win the title via submission with the Crippler Crossface

5/1/98; Greenville, SC; Municipal Stadium
- Booker T defeated WCW TV Champion Chris Benoit to win the title

5/2/98; North Charleston, SC; Coliseum
Profiles in Pain
- Chris Benoit defeated WCW TV Champion Booker T to win the title via submission with the Crippler Crossface

5/3/98; Savannah, GA; Civic Center
- Booker T defeated WCW TV Champion Chris Benoit to win the title

5/4/98; Indianapolis, IN; Market Square Arena
Monday Nitro
- Fit Finlay pinned WCW TV Champion Booker T to win the title at 3:59 with a tombstone after the champion became distracted by Chris Benoit at ringside

Great American Bash 98 - 6/14/98; Baltimore, MD; Arena
- Booker T pinned WCW TV Champion Fit Finlay to win the title at 13:13 with a piledriver after Finlay struck his shoulder on the ringpost; after the bout, Stevie Ray came out and congratulated Booker on his win

8/10/98; Rapid City, SD; Rushmore Plaza Civic Center
Monday Nitro
- Chris Jericho (sub. for Chavo Guerrero Jr.) defeated WCW TV Champion Stevie Ray to win the title at 4:55 via KO with the Liontamer after the Giant came out, as referee Mark Curtis was knocked down, and dropped Stevie with the chokeslam as he had Jericho set up for the Slapjack; prior to the bout, Guerrero came out looking for Pepe, with Jericho then appearing with Pepe in hand; moments later, Guerrero followed Jericho backstage with Jericho then beating Guerrero up off camera; Jericho then came back out, a broken Pepe in hand, and challenged Stevie Ray in Guerrero's place

11/30/98; Chattanooga, TN; UTC Arena
Monday Nitro:
- Konnan defeated WCW TV Champion Chris Jericho to win the title

12/28/98; Baltimore, MD; Arena
Monday Nitro
- Scott Steiner defeated WCW TV Champion Konnan to win the title

Uncensored 99 - 3/14/99; Louisville, KY; Freedom Hall
- Booker T pinned WCW TV Champion Scott Steiner (w/ Buff Bagwell) to win the title at 13:30 when Bagwell accidentally hit Steiner over the head with a steel chair when Booker moved out of the way, with Booker then dropping Bagwell before making the cover

Slamboree 99 - 5/9/99; St. Louis, MO; TWA Arena
- Rick Steiner pinned WCW TV Champion Booker T to win the title at 11:09 with the bulldog off the top after WCW US Champion Scott Steiner, who appeared late in the bout, tripped Booker as he ran the ropes

9/13/98; Chapel Hill, NC; Student Activities Center
Monday Nitro:
- Chris Benoit defeated WCW TV Champion Rick Steiner to win the title

Halloween Havoc 99 - 10/24/99; Las Vegas, NV; MGM Grand Garden Arena
- Rick Steiner pinned WCW TV Champion Chris Benoit to win the title at 12:49 after Dean Malenko came out as both men were down, grabbed a steel chair which had been used moments earlier, and hit Benoit in the head with it; after the bout, Malenko hugged Perry Saturn in the aisle and the two left ringside together

- 2/16/00: During an episode of WCW Saturday Night, aired 2/19/00, Jim Duggan declared himself the new WCW TV Title in Bethlehem, PA after pulling the belt from the trash.

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