Compiled by Manuel Gonzalez
Wins tournament, defeating Invader I.
2.Invader I (Jose Gonzales)
11/05/86-San Juan, PR
3.Jason the Terrible
4.Invader I 
04/18/87-San Juan, PR
6.Invader I 
11/25/87-San Juan, PR
Title held up after a match between Invader and Super Black Ninja, 01/06/88, San Juan, PR
7.Super Black Ninja (Keiji Muto)
8.Invader I 
9.Ron Starr 
11.Jason the Terrible 
01/28/89 Carolina, PR
12.Carlos Colon 
03/01/89-San Juan, PR
Colon injured by Steve Strong on 05/20/89.
13.TNT (Juan Rivera)
06/17/89-San Juan, PR
Defeats Abudda Dein.
TNT wins WWC Universal Title.
Defeats Carlos Colon.
04/25/90-San Juan, PR
03/02/91-Bayamon, PR (Original TNT: lost a 'name' match vs. TNT)
21.Fidel Sierra (David Sierra)
10/26/91 Carolina, PR
11/23/91 Arroyo, PR
24.Invader I 
12/25/91-San Juan, PR
25.Dick Murdoch 
01/06/92-San Juan, PR
Murdoch leaves WWC while still the reigning champion. He may have left with the belt, since from then it was never seen and later WWC introduced theWWC TV Cup
26.Carlos Colon 
30.Ricky Santana (Aldo Ortiz)
34.Sweet Brown Sugar (Skip Young)
35.Ricky Santana 
36.Jungle Jim Steele (Jim Rocha)
37.El Bronco (Ramon Alvarez)
In 1997, Sean Morley went back to WWC after a period of time out of it. He was still the WWC TV Champion at the time. He took the cup with him and never returned it.
39.Glamour Boy Shane (Shane Sewell)
Defeats Jungle Jim Steele
41.Glamour Boy Shane
43. Glamour Boy Shane 
Title vs. Hair match
03/19/2000-Cabo Rojo, PR
Glamour Boy Shane jumps from the WWC to the IWA.
47.Chris Grant 
Won by forfeit, when Porteau no showed - left the promotion
48.Bad Boy Bradley
09/08/2001-Bayoman, PR (Juan Ramon Loubriel)
10/06/2001-Caguas, PR (Hector Bezares Coliseum)
02/16/2002-Aibonito, PR (Jose Aponte Coliseum)
Won with brass knuckles
04/06/2002-Caguas (Hector Sola Bezares Coliseum)
04/27/2002-San Lorenzo, PR (Cristobal 'Cagoitas' Colon Stadium)
53.Carlos Colon 
06/08/2002-Toa Baja. PR
06/15/2002-Caguas, PR (Hector Sola Bezares Coliseum)
Hair vs. hair match
Special referee Yunque interfered on behalf of Gonzalez
07/06/2002-Cayey, PR (Luis Raol Col0n Coliseum)
Rico Suave eliminated himself in a Battle Royal to give Alejandro the win
08/24/2002-Coamo, PR (Pedro Caratini Coliseum)
Ricky Santana attacked Alejandro from behind with the Cuban flag pole.
06/07/2003-Cayey, PR (Luis Raul Colon Coliseum)
07/19/2003-Carolina, PR (Guillermo Angulo Coliseum)
Vengador Boricua quit the promotion
Defeated Barrabas Jr.
60.Rico Suave 
Won a 7-man battle royal which also includes Crazy Rudy;
Rubinsy left WWC.
Won a 11-man battle royal, last eliminating the Outlaw.
03/01/2008-Toa Baja, PR
Not sure if Rico Suave really won the title on 3/17 in Bayamon, PR.....BJ defends the title on 3/22 against Johnny Ringo.
Won a 7-man sudden death battle royal and was announced as new champion
After the match, La Revolucion attack Bellito, and Ray Gonzalez attacked and took the belt from him claiming that Bellito is not yet the champion.
Ray Gonzalez decided that Bellito has to face a member of Ray's Syndicate before he can become champion
Fernandez was selected by Gonzalez and defeated Bellito.
Awarded by Zcion RT1, leader of El Sindacto, after Anarcy fails to defend the title on 10/13/2018.
72.Bellito Calderon 
05/04/2019- Toa Alta, PR
05/18/2019-Toa Alta, PR
76.Zcion RT1 
02/13/2021-San Juan, PR
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