FromWrestling Title Histories
by Royal Duncan & Gary Will
(with additional information from Brian Westcott, Eric Roelfsema, Matt Benaka and Jim Dupree)
3.Mongolian Stomper (Archie Gouldie)
12/06/80 Atlanta, GA
05/29/81 Atlanta, GA
08/81 Columbus, GA
Unified Georgia Heavyweight title, defeating Tommy Rich on August 29, 1981 in Atlanta, GA.
09/28/81 Augusta, GA
7.Masked Superstar 
11/25/81 Atlanta, GA
8.Tommy Rich 
01/17/82 Atlanta, GA
10.Tommy Rich 
05/02/82 Atlanta, GA
06/20/82 Atlanta, GA
Vacated in 1982 when Orndorff went into training for the World title.
13.Super Destroyer (Scott Irwin)
08/29/82 Atlanta, GA
Irwin won tournament.
14.Paul Orndorff 
10/03/82 Atlanta, GA
15.Masked Superstar 
10/17/82 Atlanta, GA
17.Paul Orndorff 
11/17/82 Atlanta, GA
18.Killer Karl Kox
20.Paul Orndorff 
21.Killer Tim Brooks
03/23/83 Atlanta, GA
03/23/83 Atlanta, GA
Zbyszko paid Brooks $25,00 for the belt
Zbyszko stripped of title by NWA president Bob Geigel on April 30, 1983
23.Larry Zbyszko 
06/05/83 Atlanta, GA
Zbyszko defeated Mr. Wrestling II in a tournament final to fill the vacanrt title
24.Mr. Wrestling II
25.Larry Zbysko 
26.Brett Wayne (Brett Sawyer)
09/25/83 Atlanta, GA
11/18/83 Cleveland, OH
02/18/84 Atlanta, GA
DiBiase faced Mr. R, who was thought to be Tommy Rich
Armstrong was unmasked during the match then Rich appeared at ringside.
04/12/84 Wheeling, WV
30.Brad Armstrong 
05/04/84 Marietta, GA
31.The Spoiler 
07/01/84 Atlanta, GA
32.Ted DiBiase 
07/14/84 Macon, GA *
10/11/84 Baltimore, MD
06/01/85 Atlanta, GA
09/22/85 Atlanta, GA
11/28/85 Greensboro, NC
03/04/86 Spartanburg, SC
08/28/86 Los Angeles, CA
09/28/86 Atlanta, GA
The NWA National Heavyweight Title was unified with the United States Heavyweight title, when Nikita Koloff defeated US Champion Magnum TA on August 17, 1986 in Charlotte, NC.
National Heavyweight Title revived by the NWA in 1997
07/18/97 Raeford, NC
Vacates on 97/10/11.
03/27/98 Mt. Holly, NJ
Defeated Barry Windham and Rocco Rock in a 3 Way Dance.
08/22/98 Mt. Holly, NJ
45.Doug Gilbert 
10/24/98 Cherry Hill, NJ
Won a war game between Richards' team and Gilbert's team.
Managed by Jim Cornette
Doug Gilbert stripped of the title due to his resignation from the NWA.
04/14/2000-N. Richland Hills, TX
Kevin Northcutt held the following titles in conjunction with the NWA National Heavyweight Championship:
Terry Knight defeats Jesse Taylor to win the Wildside United States Title
Bill Behrens announces that the Wildside US Title and the NWA National Heavyweight Title will be merged into the NWA United States Title with Terry Knight as the current champion.
50.Big Don Brodie 
Defeats Terry Knight & Ricky Murdoch in a Three Way match.
Don Brodie held the following title in conjunction with the NWA National Heavyweight Title
Brodie injured, surrenders the belt
10/13/2001-St. Petersburg, FL (Florida Wrestleplex)
NWA 53rd Anniversary Show
Ricky Murdoch also held the following titles in conjunction with the NWA National Heavyweight Title:
10/15/2004-Winnipeg, Manitoba, CANADA
NWA 56th Anniversary Show
55.Ricky Murdoch 
10/08/2005-Nashville, TN (Nashville State Fairgrounds)
Defeated The Juggulator and NWA UK-Hammerlock's Conscience to win vacant title.
08:58 (time of match)
NWA 57th Anniversary Show
Kory Williams' interfered in the Ricky Murdoch/Big Bully Douglas match.
56.Big Bully Douglas
Defeated Ricky Murdoch for held-up title.
NWA Board of Directors stripped Prophet due to injury.
59.Pepper Parks (Jesse Guilmette) 61.Phil Shatter 62.Chance Prophet  63.Tokyo Monster Kahagas Title Vacant 64.Damien Wayne Copyright 2013 - Jump City Productions
Defeated Crusher Hansen and Chris LeRusso
03/29/2012-Ft. Lauderdale, FL
Kahagas vacates the title after winning the World Title on 11/02/2012
Defeated Lance Erikson and Chance Prophet in a 3-way match for the vacant title.
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62.Chance Prophet 
63.Tokyo Monster Kahagas
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