Compiled by Eric Shaffer, Ben Ziek, John Lazarsky, Mark Clemson and Sam Cesare
1.Bam Bam Bigelow
Listed as Top Rope Heavyweight Champion in World Star Wrestling Federation magazines.
Identified as newly crowned WSWF World Heavyweight Champion, possibly having beaten The Mad Russian
01/10/98 Freeland, PA
Wins Weapons match.
Won a Ladder match
Between the 11/7/98 and 11/28/98 shows, WSWF became World Xtreme Wrestling
Rambo is stripped of title after failing to defend in 30-day period.
Defeats Mad Russian in a Top Contenders match to win vacant title.
8.Jake Daniels (formerly Molsonn) 
9.Jak Molsonn 
Defeats Oxx Hogg (substituting for Jake Daniels) and Hungarian Barbarian in a Three Way match.
10.Jak Molsonn 
Defeats Jak Molsonn, Inferno Kid & L.A. Smooth in a Four Way Ladder match.
13."Showtime" Shane Black
Unifies WXW World Heavyweight Title and WXW Cruiserweight Title.
Titles are held up after reviewing controversial ending. Showtime is recognized as a former champion
Defeats "Showtime" Shane Black to win held-up unified titles.
Sugaa remains WXW World Heavyweight Champion but relinquishes the WXW Cruiserweight Title due to exceeding weight limit, 07/06/2000.
Defeats Sugaa & Hungarian Barbarian in a Three Way match.
05/27/2001-Allentown, PA (Days Inn Conference Center)
06/17/2001-Allentown, PA *Dylan Dean hands the title to Metal Maniac.
06/17/2001-Allentown, PA (Days Inn Conference Center)
10/21/2001-Allentown, PA (Live WXW TV Taping)
Commissioner Lotto Money stripped Samu of the WXW Heavyweight Title, stating that his reason of stripping the title from Samu is that he pinned the Metal Maniac to win the title, but Maniac was NOT the champion, Dylan Dean was. So with that, Dylan Dean was given the title back.
Fans bring the weapons match
23."Samoan Storm" Afa, Jr.
Afa, Jr. vacates the title due to the fact he is going to college.
Won battle royal, eliminating Manu to win vacant title.
Wins Last Man Standing match
26.Mana the Polynesian Warrior
27.Rapid Fire Maldonado
28.Mana the Polynesian Warrior 
WXW SportsFest 2004
Defeats Mana and LA Smooth in a Three Way match.
30.Jeff "The Future" Coleman
Defeated Bison Bravado for title
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