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January 01, 1991--Present

From Wrestling Title Histories
by Royal Duncan & Gary Will
with additional information from Matt Benaka, John Solo and Earl Oliver, Andrew Zadarnowski, Jason Fitzgerald and Joe Dean

1."The Enforcer" Arn Anderson {Marty Lunde}
01/14/91-Marietta, GA
Member of The Four Horsemen
Arn Anderson won the National Wrestling Alliance (NWA) World Television Title from The Z-Man {Tom Zenk} on 01/14/91. With the NWA no longer operating as an organization, the U.S. branch was exclusively referred to as WCW from 01/01/91 on. Anderson is recognized as the first WCW World Television Champion.

2."Beautiful" Bobby Eaton {Robert Lee Eaton}
05/19/91-St. Petersburg, FL (Bayfront Center) - Superbrawl I

3."Stunning" Steve Austin {Steve Williams}
06/03/91-Birmingham, AL
Member of The Dangerous Alliance
managed by Lady Blossom {Jeanne Clark}, Paul E. Dangerously {Paul Heyman Jr.} & Madusa {Debbie Miceli}

4.Barry Windham
04/27/92-Atlanta, GA (WCW Saturday Night)
Barry Windham defeated Steve Austin in a two out of three falls match for the title.

5."Stunning" Steve Austin (2)
05/23/92-Chattanooga, TN
Member of The Dangerous Alliance (2)
managed by Paul E. Dangerously (2) & Madusa (2)

6.Ricky "The Dragon" Steamboat {Richard Blood}
09/02/92-Atlanta, GA-(Center Stage)-Clash of The Champions XX
Paul E. Dangerously was suspended above the ring and the disqualification rule was waved for this match.

7.Scott Steiner {Scott Rechsteiner}
09/29/92-Columbus, GA
Scott Steiner was stripped of the title during November of 1992 when the he jumped to the World Wrestling Federation (WWF).

8."Mr. Wonderful" Paul Orndorff
03/03/93-Macon, GA
Paul Orndorff defeated Erik Watts in the finals of a sixteen man tournament to crown a new champion.

9.Ricky "The Dragon" Steamboat (2)
Daytona, FL (Daytona Beach Ocean Center)-Clash of The Champions XXIV

10.Lord Steven Regal {Darrin Matthews}
09/19/93-Houston, TX (The Astro Arena)-Fall Brawl
managed by Sir William {William Crookshanks}

11."The Living Legend" Larry Zybsko {Larry Whistler}
05/02/94-Atlanta, GA

12.Lord Steven Regal (2)
06/23/94-Charleston,(McAllister Fieldhouse)-Clash of The Champions XXVII
managed by Sir William (2)

13.Johnny B. Badd {Mark Mero}
09/18/94-Roanoke, VA (Roanoke Civic Center)-Fall Brawl

14."The Enforcer" Arn Anderson (2)
01/08/95-Atlanta, GA
Member of The Studds Stable
managed by Colonel Robert Parker {Robert Andrew Welch} & "The Nature Boy" Ric Flair {Richard Morgan Fliehr}

15.The Renegade {Richard Williams}
06/18/95-Dayton, OH (Hara Arena)-The Great American Bash
managed by "The Mouth of The South" Jimmy Hart

16.Diamond Dallas Paige {Paige Falkenberg}
Asheville, NC (Asheville Civic Center)
Fall Brawl
managed by The Diamond Doll {Kimberly Falkenberg}

17.Johnny B. Badd (2)
Detroit, MI (Joe Louis Arena)-Halloween Havoc
managed by The Diamond Doll/Kimberly (2)

18."The Total Package" Lex Luger {Lawrence Pfohl}
Baltimore, MD
Lex Luger held the following title in conjunction with the WCW World Television Title:

19.Johnny B. Badd (3)
Norfolk, VA
managed by Kimberly (3)

20."The Total Package" Lex Luger (2)
03/06/96-Macon, GA
Lex Luger held the following title in conjunction with the WCW World Television Title:

21.Lord Steven Regal (3)
08/20/96-Dalton, GA (WCW Saturday Night)

22.Prince Iaukea
02/17/97-Tampa Bay, FL-Monday Nitro

23.Ultimo Dragon {Yohihiro Asai}
04/07/97-Huntsville, AL (WCW Saturday Night)
managed by Sonny Oono
Ultimo Dragon held the following title in conjunction with the World TV Title:

24.Steven Regal (4)
05/18/97-Charlotte, NC-Slamboree - (Independence Arena)-Slamboree

25.Ultimo Dragon (2)
07/22/97-Jacksonville, FL
Dragon won the title via submission
Ultimo Dragon held the following title in conjunction with the World TV Title:

26.Alex Wright
Nashville, TN-Clash of The Champions (Nashville Municipal Auditorium)

27.Disco Inferno {Glen Gilburnetti}
09/22/97-Salt Lake City, UT-Monday Nitro

28.Saturn {Perry Saturn}
11/03/97-Philadelphia, PA-Monday Nitro

29.Disco Inferno (2)
12/08/97-Buffalo, NY-Monday Nitro

30.Booker T
12/29/97-Baltimore, MD-Monday Nitro
Member of Harlem Heat (Tag Team)

31.Rick Martel
02/16/98-Tampa Florida-Monday Nitro

32.Booker T (2)
02/22/98-San Francisco, CA - SuperBrawl '98
Booker T defeated Rick Martel, then immediately faced Saturn and defeated him as well.

33.Chris Benoit
4/30/98-Augusta, Georgia, USA

34.Booker T (3)
5/1/98-Greenville, South Carolina, USA

35.Chris Benoit (2)
5/2/98-Charleston, South Carolina, USA (Profiles in Pain-PPL)

36.Booker T (4)
5/3/98-Savannah, Georgia, USA

37.Dave "Fit" Finley
5/4/98-Indianapolis,Indiana, USA (Market Square Arena) - Monday Nitro
Chris Benoit distracted Booker T which allowed Finley to execute the Tombstone piledriver and win the Title.

38.Booker T (5)
6/14/98-Baltimore, Maryland USA (Baltimore Arena) - Great American Bash
Defeats Chris Benoit in the re-match of the seventh match in the "Best of Seven Series", then defeats Finley the same night

39.Chris Jericho
8/10/98-Rapid City, South Dakota USA (Monday Nitro)
The Giant chokeslams Stevie Ray, who actually wasn't the Champion, but Jericho wins the title anyway
Jericho "won" the title on 8/10/98, but was officially named TV champ on 8/13/98

11/30/98-Chatanooga, Tennesee (Monday Nitro)
Member of nWo Wolf Pack

41.Scott Steiner (2)
12/28/98-Baltimore, Maryland, USA (Monday Nitro)
Leader nWo
Buff Bagwell interferes to assure Steiner the win

42.Booker T (6)
03/14/99-Louiseville, KY. (Freedom Hall)
Uncensored PPV

43.Rick Steiner (Rick Rechsteiner)
05/09/99-St. Louis, MO (TWA Dome - Slamboree PPV)
Scott Steiner interfered to hand his brother the victory

44.Chris Benoit (3)
09/13/99-Chapel Hill, NC (Dean Smith Center - University of North Carolina)
Benoit was supposed to have a World Title match with Sting but drew Steiner instead.

45.Rick Steiner (2)
10/24/99-Las Vegas, NV (MGM Grand Hotel)
Halloween Havoc PPV
Dean Malenko turned on his friend Benoit and handed Steiner the victory

46.Scott Hall
The Powers That Be strip the injured Rick Steiner of the title and hand it to Hall, who cements his reign with a win over Booker T at the WCW Mayhem PPV.
Scott Hall held the following title in conjunction with the WCW World Television Title:

Title Vacant
Kevin Nash throws the title belt into the trash can

47.Hacksaw" Jim Duggan
02/16/2000-Bethlehem, PA
Duggan announced to the crowd he had found the belt in a garbage can during the WCW Saturday Night TV taping. He then declared on Nitro that he would defend the belt against all comers.

04/11/2000-Denver, CO (Monday Nitro)
All WCW Titles were forfeited to the new creative team of Vince Russo and Eric Bischoff

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