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ZERO ONE UNITED STATES HEAVYWEIGHT/
OPEN-WEIGHT
/ZERO1-MAX INTERNATIONAL TITLE HISTORY

June 30, 2002--Present

Compiled by Brian Westcott and Adam Fenwick

1.Steve Corino
01/06/2003-Tokyo, JAPAN (Tokyo Korakuen Hall)
Defeated Masa Tanaka to become the first champion.
14:10

2.The Predator
07/04/2003-Niigata, Japan (Niigata City Gymnasium
9:48

3.Hulk Ogan (Naoya Ogawa)
08/10/2003-Nagoya, JAPAN (Aichi Prefectural Gym)
13:12

TITLE VACANT
08/11/2003
NWA President Howard Brody stripped Ogawa of the title because the match was not officialy scheduled

4.The Predator [2]
10/13/2003-Fukuoka, JAPAN (Hakata Star Lane)
Defeated Mike Knox to win vacant title.
09:41

5.Kohei Sato
07/09/2004-Tokyo, JAPAN (Tokyo Korakuen Hall)
11:51

6.The Predator [2]
10/13/2004-Fukuoka
Defeats Mike Knox for vacant title

Renamed NWA and ZERO-ONE United States Heavyweight Title on 07/09/2004.

7.Kohei Sato
07/09/2004-Tokyo
Renamed ZERO-ONE United States Open-weight Title on 10/31/2004 when ZERO-ONE leaves NWA.

8.Steve Corino [2]
11/11/2004-Tokyo, JAPAN (Tokyo Korakuen Hall)
19:43

Title Vacant
01/30/2005
Steve Corino vacates title to concentrate on winning AWA World Heavyweight Title
Announcement was made on 02/28/2005

9.Leonard Spanky
03/23/2005-Hakodate, JAPAN (Hakodate Citizen Gym)
Defeated Ryoji Sai for vacant title
07:17

08/11/2003
NWA President Howard Brody stripped Ogawa of the title because the match was not officialy schedualed

4.The Predator (2)
10/13/2003-Fukuoka, Japan (Hakata Star Lane)
The Predator defeated Mike Knox to win the vacant title

5.Kohei Sato
07/09/2004-Tokyo, Japan (Tokyo Korakuen Hall)
11:51

Title Vacant
08/31/2005
Spanky jumped to the WWE

6.Alex Shelley
09/19/2005-Tokyo (Tokyo Korakuen Hall)
Defeated Sonjay Dutt to win vacant title.
12:34

7.Christopher Daniels
11/23/2005-Tokyo (Tokyo Korakuen Hall)
Defeated Alex Shelley & Sonjay Dutt in a Three Way Dance.
16:18

TITLE VACANT
05/04/2006
Christopher Daniels was stripped of the title.

8.Steve Corino [3]
03/25/2007-Adelaide, Australia
Renamed ZERO1-MAX International Title on when Steve Corino defeated Ryan Eagles in to win the vacant title

9.Ricky Landell
06/13/2007-Indianapolis, IN
Defeated Zach Gowen

ZERO1-Max and AWA split in December 2007

9.Mr. Wrestling III (Steve Corino) [3] 08/01/04 Valdosta, GA *
Defeated Landell by forfeit; AWA continues to recognize Landell as AWA United States champion.

11.Sterling James Keenan
03/08/2008-Munhall, PA
Devil Bhudakhan Memorial Show

12.Dr. X
03/15/2008-Morganville, NJ.

13.Jake Manning
04/12/2008-York, SC
Title renamed back to ZERO-ONE United States Heavyweight Title by Steve Corino in tribute to the late Shin'ya Hashimoto.

14.Sterling James Keenan
05/09/2008-Limerick, PA.

15.Ricky Landell
06/01/2008-Limerick, PA.

16.King Kaluha
08/22/2008-Limerick, PA

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