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JAPW - JERSEY ALL PRO WRESTLING

JAPW HEAVYWEIGHT TITLE HISTORY

October 31, 1997--Present

Compiled by Phil Tsakiries

1.Joe Rules
10/31/97-Bayonne, NJ
Eliminated Pit Bull 2 to win 20 man battle royal to become first champion.

2.Pit Bull 2
10/31/97-Bayonne, NJ

Stripped of title
12/05/97 Bayonne, NJ

3.911
12/5/97-Bayonne, NJ
Defeated Patch to win vacant title.

4.Don Montoya
08/25/98-North Bergen, NJ

5.Lou Diamond
02/26/99-Bayonne, NJ

6.911 [2]
02/26/99
given title by Lou Diamond

Title Declared vacant
02/26/99.-Bayonne, NJ

7.Don Montoya [2]
03/12/99-Bayonne, NJ
Won 20 man Battle Royal to for vacant title.

8.Homicide
07/09/99-Bayonne, NJ

9.Chino Martinez
08/29/99-Secaucus, NJ

10.Don Montoya [3]
10/29/99-Bayonne, NJ

Montoya Stripped of title and declared vacant
05/05/2000.

11.Jason
07/14/2000-Sayreville, NJ
Won 30 man Royal Rumble to for vacant title.

title vacated when Jason is injured
11/18/2000-Philadelphia, PA (ECW Arena)

12.Homicide [2]
11/18/2000
Defeated Jay Lover to win vacant title.
?/?-Philadelphia, PA (ECW Arena)

13.Low-Ki
07/07/2001-Philadelphia, PA (ECW Arena)

14.Homicide [3]
08/18/2001-Philadelphia, PA (ECW Arena)
Defeated Low-Ki & Xavier in three way dance where if Low-ki lost the Light Heavyweight Title would be awarded to Xavier.

15.Dixie
02/02/2002-Bayonne, NJ (Russ Haas Memorial show)
Defeated Homicide and Insane Dragon for the Heavyweight and New Jersey State titles in a unification match.
Dixie also held the following titles in conjunction with the JAPW Heavyweight Title:

Dixie defeated Homicide and the Insane Dragon in a three way dance to unify the Jersey State, Heavyweight, and Light Heavyweight titles, on 02/02/2002 in Bayonne, NJ (Russ Haas Memorial Show)

16.Homicide [4]
05/26/2002-Seaside Heights, NJ

17.Slyk Wagner Brown
09/13/2002-Bayonne, NJ

18.Homicide [5]
09/20/2002-Bayonne, NJ

19.Mafia
02/22/2003-Woodbridge, NJ

20.Al Snow
08/01/2003-Rahway, NJ

21.Jerry Lawler
11/08/20030-Secaucus, NJ

22.Danny Maff (Mafia)
12/13/2003-Rahway, NJ
Defeated Jerry Lawler and Shane Douglas for title

Title Vacant
?/?

23.Homicide [6]
03/26/2005-Philadelphia, PA (Viking Hall - ECW Arena)
Defeated Jay Lethal to win vacant title.
11:44

24.Jay Lethal
05/21/2005-Braintree, MA (Braintree National Guard Armory)
Defeated Homicide, Kevin Steen, and Samoa Joe in a Four Way match.

25.Rhino
01/07/2005-Rahway, NJ

Title Vacant
10/29/2006-Rahway, NJ
Rhino stripped of JAPW Heavyweight Title due to failure to appear.

26.Teddy Hart
10/28/2006-Rahway, NJ
Defeated Necro Butcher, Low-Ki and Homicide to win the vacant title

TITLE VACANT
01/23/2007
Teddy Hart leaves JAPW.

27.Low Ki
03/17/2007-Rahway, NJ
Defeated Rhino in a gauntlet final to capture the vacant JAPW Heavyweight Title

28.Homicide [7]
10/27/2007-Rahway, NJ

29.Low-Ki [3]
10/27/2007-Rahway, NJ
Pinned Homicide in a tag team match with a stipulation that Homicide loses the title if pinned by anyone (Low-Ki is not in the match).

30.Kenny Omega 03/08/2008-Jersey City, NJ

31.Grim Reefer
04/19/2008-Rahway, NJ
Defeated Archadia, Eddie Kingston and Azrieal for title

32.Bandido Jr.
11/15/2008-Jersey City, NJ

33.Jay Lethal [2]
02/28/2009-Jersey City, NJ

34.Dan Maff [3]
06/27/2009-Jersey City, NJ

35.Charlie Haas
03/20/2010-Rahway, NJ
Defeated Devon Moore for title.

36.Brodie Lee
11/20/2010-Rahway, NJ (Rahway Rec Center)
Defeated Dan Maff, Azrieal, and Nick Gage in a Four Way match. JAPW The November To Remember

37.Dan Maff [4]
04/14/2012-Rahway, NJ
Defeated Low Ki for the vacant title on the last card of the promotion.

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