Compiled by Eric Roelfsema
Defeated David Young in tourney final.
2."Disco Inferno" Glenn Gilberti
Defeated Jason Cross, Tony Mamaluke, and Damien Steele in a Four Way match.
06/04/2005-Columbus, GA (GCW Sports Arena)
Defeated "Disco Inferno" Glenn Gilberti to win the title due to a contract clause.
Title was unified with the GCW United States Junior Heavyweight Title when Damien Steele defeated "Prime Time" Elix Skipper on 06/18/2005 in Columbus, GA
4.Jason Cross 
07/23/2005-Columbus, GA (GCW Sports Arena)
5.Disco Inferno 
08/06/2005-Columbus, GA (GCW Sports Arena)
7.A. J. Steele
09/17/2005-Columbus, GA (GCW Sports Arena)
8.Disco Inferno 
10/08/2005-Columbus, GA (GCW Sports Arena)
Defeated Steele and Chris Stevens in 3-way match.
Promotion name changed to Great Championship Wrestling
Title renamed as the Great Championahip Wrestling Television Title
10.Damien Steele 
Defeated Damien Steele in a Loser Leaves Town match. On March 11, 2006, apparently GCW was going to have a title tournament for the vacant TV title, but according to the NWA by laws, when a champion loses a loser leaves town match and the title becomes vacant, then the title automatically goes around the waist of the #1 contender, which is Chris Stevens. GCW promoter Jerry Oates put the belt around Stevens' waist.
Renamed Columbus Heavyweight Title when GCW no longer has television show.
Wins by forfeit.
15.Chris Stevens 
01/03/2007-Phenix City, AL
06/30/07-Phenix City, AL
10/08/2007-Phenix City, AL
Defeated David Young to win the title
Great Championship Wrestling renamed the GCW Columbus Heavyweight Title to the GCW Interstate Heavyweight Title
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