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Pennsylvania Championship Wrestling Title Histories

Pennsylvania Championship Wrestling Heavyweight Title:

NameDateLocationNotes
Crash The TerminatorJune 1, 1995Reading, Pennsylvania1
Akita KaosDecember 1, 1995Reading, Pennsylvania2
Mark MestMay 10, 1996Reading, Pennsylvania
Troy MestAugust 16, 1996Reading, Pennsylvania
Mark Mest (2)September 28, 1996Reading, Pennsylvania
Freight Train JonesNovember 1, 1996Reading, Pennsylvania
Julio SanchezJanuary 24, 1997Reading, Pennsylvania
Cheetah MasterApril 4, 1997Reading, Pennsylvania
Tiger KahnNovember 21, 1997Reading, Pennsylvania
Julio Sanchez (2)June 19, 1998Reading, Pennsylvania
Christian CageOctober 10, 1998Pottstown, Pennsylvania3
2 Cold ScorpioMay 14, 1999Hamburg, Pennsylvania4
Glen OsbourneAugust 14, 1999Hamburg, Pennsylvania5
Michael ModestNovember 6, 1999Wind Gap, Pennsylvania
The Cheetah Master (2)May 12, 2000Hamburg, Pennsylvania
Ty StreetAugust 11, 2000Reading, Pennsylvania
Buck WyldeNovember 10, 2000Hamburg, Pennsylvania

Notes:

1. Crash The Terminator won a battle royal to win the title.
2. Akita Kaos won the title in a six-man elimination match.
3. Christian Cage was stripped of the title because of his WWF committments
4. Cold Scorpio defeated Reckless Youth and Chris Daniels in a triple elimination match to win the title.
5. Glenn Osbourne defeated Michael Modest in an 8-man tournament final to win the title.


Pennsylvania Championship Wrestling America's Heavyweight Title:

Formerly Pennsylvania Championship Wrestling United States Heavyweight Title

NameDateLocationNotes
Judd SteelMay 19, 1995Wind Gap, Pennsylvania1
Jeff JarrettJuly 20, 1995Reading, Pennsylvania2
Jim PowersJuly 22, 1995Wind Gap, Pennsylvania
Chris CandidoDecember 1, 1995Reading, Pennsylvania3
Ray OdysseyJune 14, 1996Reading, Pennsylvania4
Lance DiamondDecember 27, 1996Reading, Pennsylvania5
Bart GunnMay 3, 1997Orwigsburg, Pennsylvania
Bart Gunn (2)June 7, 1997Reading, Pennsylvania6
Ace DarlingSeptember 26, 1997Reading, Pennsylvania
Lance Diamond (2)November 21, 1997Reading, Pennsylvania
Mr. Ooh La LaJanuary 16, 1998Reading, Pennsylvania
Lance Diamond (3)May 15, 1998Reading, Pennsylvania
Reckless YouthJune 27, 1998Pottstown, Pennsylvania
Ace Darling (2)December 4, 1998Reading, Pennsylvania7
Flash FlanaganFebruary 5, 1999Reading, Pennsylvania8
Joe E. LegendNovember 6, 1999Wind Gap, Pennsylvania9
Brian LoganMay 12, 2000Hamburg, Pennsylvania10

Notes:

1. Judd Steel won a battle royal. Title vacated in June 1995.
2. Jeff Jarrett won the title in a battle royal.
3. Chris Candido (Bodydonna Skip) defeated Ray Oddessy for the title.
4. Ray Odyssy pinned Issac Yankem for the title. The title was then vacated.
5. Lance Diamond won the title in a reverse battle royal cage match.
6. The America's title was held-up after a controversial match between Bart Gunn and Ace Darling when several wrestlers interfered. PCW commissioner, Blair DeSantis, then ordered a tag team match between Gunn and Bob Holly and Darling and Glenn Osbourne. Gunn pinned Darling to win the title.
7. Title is held-up due to circumstances during a match between Ace Darling and Reckless Youth.
8. Flash Flanagan defeated Ace Darling to win the title.
9. Title was vacated.
10. Brian Logan defeated Alex Arion for the title.


Pennsylvania Championship Wrestling Commonwealth Title:

Formerly Pennsylvania Championship Wrestling Junior Heavyweight Title

NameDateLocationNotes
Steve CorinoJune 1, 1995Reading, Pennsylvania1
Midnight RockerSeptember 1, 1995Reading, Pennsylvania
UbasSeptember 29, 1995Reading, Pennsylvania
Reckless YouthDecember 1, 1995Reading, Pennsylvania
Dave KellerMay 11, 1996Wind Gap, Pennsylvania2
Diablos MacabreSeptember 28, 1996Reading, Pennsylvania
Pat ShamrockJanuary 11, 1997Wind Gap, Pennsylvania
Judd the StudMarch 7, 1997Reading, Pennsylvania
Joe RulesSeptember 26, 1997Reading, Pennsylvania4
Mike QuackenbushOctober 25, 1997Orwigsburg, Pennsylvania
Reckless Youth (2)November 21, 1997Reading, Pennsylvania5
Judd the Stud (2)May 13, 1998Wind Gap, Pennsylvania6
Reckless Youth (2)May 1998
Dave PateraJuly 24, 1998Reading, Pennsylvania
Chris KruegerNovember 8, 1998Reading, Pennsylvania
Tommy GoldenJanuary 15, 1999Reading, Pennsylvania
Mr. Ooh La LaApril 16, 1999Reading, Pennsylvania
Scott FurieNovember 6, 1999Hamburg, Pennsylvania
Eddie ValentineMay 13, 2000Wind Gap, Pennsylvania
Mr. Ooh La La (2)October 25, 2000Leesport, Pennsylvania

Notes:

1. Steve Corino won the title in a tournament.
2. The title was vacated.
3. Diablos Macabre won a four-corners match to win the vacant title.
4. Joe Rules was awarded the title.
5. Title abandoned and renamed the Pennsylvania Championship Wrestling Commonwealth Title.
6. Title Reactivated and Judd the Studd defeated The Fireman for the title.


Pennsylvania Championship Wrestling Grand Prix Heavyweight Title:

NameDateLocationNotes
Vince GoodnightApril 26, 2000Leesport, Pennsylvania1

Notes:

1. Vince Goodnight won the title in a 12-Man Battle Royal


Pennsylvania Championship Wrestling Tag Team Titles:

NameDateLocationNotes
Jimmy Deo and Maxx CrimsonJune 1, 1995Reading, Pennsylvania1
Heavenly Bodies (Tom Pritchard and Jimmy Del Ray)July 21, 1995Reading, Pennsylvania
Jimmy Deo and Maxx Crimson (2)July 22, 1995Reading, Pennsylvania
Jimmy Deo and Ray OdysseyFebruary 23, 1996Reading, Pennsylvania2
Double DelightMarch 29, 1996Reading, Pennsylvania3
Chef D.Z. Gillespie and Mr. Ooh La LaAugust 16, 1996Reading, Pennsylvania
Double Delight (2)September 28, 1996Reading, Pennsylvania
Ace Darling and Mark MestDecember 27, 1996Reading, Pennsylvania4
Mike Quackenbush and Pat ShamrockAugust 22, 1997Reading, Pennsylvania
Dave Patera and Jihad HusseinSeptember 26, 1997Reading, Pennsylvania
Blue Thunder and J.R. RyderJanuary 16, 1998Reading, Pennsylvania5
Inferno Kid and Mike QuackenbushMay 16, 1998Reading, Pennsylvania6
Lance Diamond and Reckless YouthJuly 24, 1998Reading, Pennsylvania7
Flash Flanagan and Glen OsbourneApril 16, 1999Reading, Pennsylvania8
Eddie Valentine and KodiakSeptember 24, 1999Reading, Pennsylvania9
Boogie Woogie Brown and Jeff PetersonMarch 4, 2000Hamburg, Pennsylvania10
J.J. Johnson and Vince GoodnightMay 12, 2000Hamburg, Pennsylvania11
The Haas Brothers (Chris and Russ Haas)August 11, 2000Reading, Pennsylvania12
J.J. Johnson and Cheetah MasterSeptember 7, 2000Reading, Pennsylvania13

Notes:

1. Jimmy Deo and Maxx Crimson were named tag team champions on the first card.
2. Jimmy Deo and Maxx Crimson broke up. Jimmy Deodefeated Maxx Crimson for the title and picks Odyssey as his partner.
3. Double Delight won a four-corners match for the titles.
4. Mark Mest was thrown out of the team and was replaced with Glenn Osbourne.
5. Blue Thunder and J.R. Ryder defeated Dave Patera and Persian Prince for the titles.
6. Was named tag team champions on the next PCW card.
7. Lance Diamond and Reckless Youth each won a battle royal to become partners to face Inferno Kid and Mike Quackenbush for the titles.
8. Flash Flanagan and Glen Osbourne defeated Lance Diamond and Chris Daniels for the titles.
9. Chris Cruger and Kodiak won the titles, then Kruger vacated his half of the title and named Eddie Valentine to replace him.
10. Titles were vacated. When Jeff Peterson retired due to Throat Cancer.
11. J.J. Johnson and Vince Goodnight defeated Christian York & Joey Matthews, the Haas Brothers, and Death and Destruction for the titles in a four way match.
12. Russ Haas won the titles by himself.
13. This was a Best 2 Out of 3 Falls Match.


Pennsylvania Championship Wrestling Six-man Tag Team Titles:

NameDateLocationNotes
Mr Ooh La La, Maxx Crimson, and DZ GillespieMarch 7, 1997Reading, Pennsylvania1
Mr Ooh La La, Maxx Crimson, and DZ Gillespie (2)2
Mike Quackenbush, Inferno Kid, and Boogie Woogie BrownApril 17, 1998Reading, Pennsylvania3
Mozart Fontaine, Mr. Ooh La La, and Ground ZeroMarch 2000
Scott Furie, Johnny Maxx, and Big Benny StolzfusMarch 4, 2000Hamburg, Pennsylvania

Notes:

1. Mr Ooh La La, Maxx Crimson & DZ Gillespie defeated The mest Family for the titles.
2. Dave Patera replaced Maxx Crimson and the titles were vacated.
3. Mike Quackenbush, Inferno Kid, and Boogie Woogie Brown defeated The Rulebreakers (Joe Rules, Jihad Hussein, and Chris Krueger) for the titles.


Pennsylvania Championship Wrestling's Giorgio Foods Tag Team Tournament Winners:

YearWinners
1999Joe E Legend and Jason Lee
2000Shane Ballard and Shannon Ballard

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