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NWA - NATIONAL WRESTLING ALLIANCE

NWA - ALABAMA HEAVYWEIGHT TITLE HISTORY

June, 1963--?/1988

FromWrestling Title Histories
by Duncan Royal and Gary Will

1.Gene Madrid

2.Don Fields
06/63
Vacated on 08/03/63 when Fields's career ended by an automobile accident

[records unclear or non-existant]

3.Dick Dunn
10/73

[records unclear or non-existant]

4.Greg Peterson
11/76

[records unclear or non-existant]

5.Rufus R. Jones

[records unclear or non-existant]

6.Jimmy Golden [order uncertain]

7.Karl Von Steiger [order uncertain]

[records unclear or non-existant]

8.Dennis Condrey
?/81

9."Bullet" Bob Armstrong (Bob James)
?/81

10.Dennis Condrey [2]
?/81

11.Jacques Rougeau Jr.
?/81

12.Jerry Stubbs
?/81

13.George Wells
?/81

14.Jimmy Golden
?/81

15.Ray Candy
08/81

16.Mr. Saito (Masa Saito)

17.Ron Fuller

18.Terry Gordy
?/82

19.Jos LeDuc
05/82

20.Austin Idol
?/82

21.Wayne Farris
09/11/82-Dothan, AL

22.Mr. Olympia (Jerry Stubbs) [2]
01/83

23.Norman Frederick Charles
03/83

24.Tom Jones
03/83

25.The Flame (Jody Hamilton)
03/83

26.Rick Gibson
05/83

27.Rick Harris (Black Bart)
07/83

28.Buck Robley
07/83

29.Rick Harris [2]
07/83

30.Mr. Olympia/Jerry Stubbs [3]
08/83
Unmasks after losing a mask vs. mask match to Super Olympia (Arn Anderson)

31.Charlie Cook
01/09/84-Birmingham, AL

32.Vic Rain
04/84

33.Rick McGraw
05/28/84-Birmingham, AL

34.Boris Zurchov (Jim Darrell)
08/84

35.Porkchop Cash
09/84

36.Lord Humongous (Jerff Van Kamp)
12/84

37.Johnny Rich
?/85

38.Lord Humongous [2]
?/85

39.Austin Idol
03/04/85

40.Lord Humongous [3]
04/07/85-Dothan, AL

41.Ron Fuller [2]
06/17/85

42.Bob Armstrong [2]
07/85
Vacated in 1985 when Bob Armstrong was injured.

43.Roberto Soto
09/20/85-Mobile, AL
Defeats The Flame in tournament final.

44.Jerry Stubbs [4]
02/24/86-Birmingham, AL
Vacant in '86.

45.Wendell Cooley
09/15/86-Birmingham, AL
Defeats Jerry Stubbs in tournament final.

46.Tony Anthony
11/10/86-Birmingham, AL

47.Wendell Cooley [2]
11/28/86-Oxford, AL

48.Tony Anthony [2]
12/86

49.Wendell Cooley [3]
01/12/87-Birmingham, AL
Vacant in 87/02.

50.Mike Golden
04/87
Billed as champion on arrival.

51.Mr. Wrestling II
04/27/87-Birmingham, AL

52.Mike Golden [2]
06/14/87-Marietta, GA

53.The Bullet (Bob Armstrong) [3]
06/22/87-Birmingham, AL
Won the title in a tag team match with Scott Armstrong against Golden and Tom Prichard.

54.Tony Anthony [3]
10/19/87-Birmingham, AL

55.Tom Prichard
10/26/87-Birmingham, AL

56.Moondog Spot
01/03/88-Montgomery, AL

57.Ranger Ross
01/88

58.Jonathan Boyd
01/11/88-Birmingham, AL

59.Tom Prichard [2]
02/15/88-Birmingham, AL

60.Tony Anthony [4]
03/28/88-Birmingham, AL
Abandoned in '88.

It is also alledged that Lord Humongous held the Title on one other occasion (date and place unknown)

60.Road Dogg 10/08/2005-Birmingham, AL (Boutwell Auditorium) NWA Birmingham Night of Legends

61.John Dalton
05/04/2001-Cornelia, GA
Defeated Rick Michaels

Title declared vacant in 02 when NWA Alabama Pro Wrestling announces the creation of its own heavyweight title.

62.Tom Prichard
05/13/2005-Irondale, AL
Defeated Rick Steiner.

63.Road Dogg
10/08/2005-Birmingham, AL (Boutwell Auditorium)
NWA Birmingham Night of Legends

[Records Unclear]

64.McNasty
07/14/2006-Birmingham, AL
Defeated B. G. James to win the NWA Alabama Heavyweight Title
Accompanied by Robert Fuller
10:03

[Records unclear]

65.McNasty [2]
09/15/2007-Graysville, AL
Defeated BG James

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