FOW Hardcore Championship
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FOW Hardcore Championship
FOW Hardcore Championship
Details
PromotionFuture of Wrestling
Date establishedOctober 8, 1998
Date retiredJuly 6, 2002

The FOW Hardcore Championship was a professional wrestling title in American independent promotion Future of Wrestling. The title was created when "Mr. Extreme" Pat McGuire won the title in Oakland Park, Florida on October 8, 1998. It was defended throughout southern Florida, most often in Oakland Park, Davie and Plantation, Florida. There have been a total of 9 recognized individual champions, who have had a combined 10 official reigns.[1][2]

Title History

No. Wrestlers Reigns Date Days held Place Notes
1 Pat McGuire 1 October 8, 1998 65 Oakland Park, Florida
2 Bobby Rogers 1 December 12, 1998 98 Oakland Park, Florida
3 Pat McGuire 2 March 20, 1999 <1 Oakland Park, Florida Title unified with the FOW Heavyweight Championship.
Title inactive on March 20, 1999.
4 Bobby Rogers 2 December 1, 2001 <1 Davie, Florida The title is revived in a "Xtreme Xmas Tree" mixed tag team match between Buddy Rogers and Jodi X vs. Silhouette and Nick Mayberry at "Hardcore Holiday 4". Bobby Rogers pins Nick Mayberry for the title.
5 Maximum Capacity 1 December 1, 2001 70 Davie, Florida Defeated Bobby Rogers for the title moments after the "Xtreme Xmas Tree" match.
6 Barry Horowitz 1 February 9, 2002 63 Davie, Florida
7 Rusty Brooks 1 April 13, 2002 <1 Davie, Florida
8 Barry Horowitz 2 April 13, 2002 <1 Davie, Florida
9 The Sandman 1 April 13, 2002 56 Davie, Florida
10 Chris Charger 1 June 8, 2002 28 Plantation, Florida
Title retired after Chris Charger won the FOW Light Heavyweight Championship from Al Bino in Plantation, Florida on July 6, 2002.'

Combined reigns

Rank Wrestler No. of
reigns
Combined days
1 Bobby Rogers 2 98
2 Pat McGuire 2 65
3 Maximum Capacity 1 70
4 Barry Horowitz 2 63
5 The Sandman 1 56
6 Chris Charger 1 28
7 Rusty Brooks 1 <1

References

  1. ^ Royal Duncan & Gary Will (2000). Wrestling Title Histories (4th ed.). Archeus Communications. ISBN 0-9698161-5-4.
  2. ^ "FOW Hardcore Title History". Solie's Title Histories. 2002.

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