MEWF Mid-Atlantic Championship
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MEWF Mid-Atlantic Championship
MEWF Mid-Atlantic Heavyweight Championship
Details
PromotionMid-Eastern Wrestling Federation
Date establishedMarch 6, 1993
Date retired2004

The Mid-Eastern Wrestling Federation (MEWF) Mid-Atlantic Heavyweight Championship was the second highest ranking singles title in the Mid-Eastern Wrestling Federation, one of three in the promotion.

The title was created when "Hollywood" Bob Starr defeated C.C. Danger at an event held in Gaithersburg, Maryland on March 6, 1993.[1] In 2003, the title was merged with the MCW Rage Television Championship when Maryland Championship Wrestling held its final show as an interpromtional event with the Mid-Eastern Wrestling Federation creating the MEWF Unified Mid-Atlantic Heavyweight Championship.[2]

The championship has been known as:

  • MEWF Mid-Atlantic Heavyweight Championship (1993 - 2003)
  • MEWF Unified Mid-Atlantic Heavyweight Championship (2003 - 2004)

There have been a total of 31 recognized champions who have had a combined 45 official reigns.

Title history

Wrestler: Times: Date: Location: Notes:
"Hollywood" Bob Starr 1 March 6, 1993 Gaithersburg, MD Defeated C.C. Danger to become the first champion.[1][2]
Mike Khoury 1 November 14, 1993 Gaithersburg, MD [1][2]
Title history unrecorded 1992-1994 [1][2]
Vacated 1992 [1][2]
Joe Thunder 1 November 1994 [1][2]
Ultimate Comet 1 November 12, 1994 Hampstead, MD [1][2]
Title history unrecorded 1994-1995 [1][2]
Corporal Punishment 1 [1][2]
Raven 1 April 23, 1995 [1][2]
Chad Austin 1 October 1, 1995 [1][2]
Corporal Punishment 2 November 12, 1995 [1][2]
Vacated 1995 [1][2]
Devon Storm 1 December 1995 Defeated Chad Austin for vacant title.[1][2]
Vacated February 15, 1996 [1][2]
Corporal Punishment 3 February 25, 1996 Defeated Johnny Gunn to win vacant title.[1][2]
Joe Thunder 2 June 2, 1996 [1][2]
Knuckles Zanwich 1 June 22, 1996 [1][2]
Boo Bradley 1 October 13, 1996 [1][2]
"Wiseguy" Jimmy Cicero 1 December 1, 1996 [1][2]
Quinn Nash 1 June 1, 1997 [1][2]
Vacated September 16, 1997 [1][2]
Joey Maggs 1 September 17, 1997 Defeated Bob Starr to win vacant title.[1][2]
Vacated 1998 [1][2]
Adam Flash 1 November 14, 1998 Hampstead, MD Defeated Ricky Blues to win vacant title.[1][2]
Title history unrecorded 1998-1999 [1][2]
Max Thrasher 1 [1][2]
Steve Corino 1 Baltimore, MD [1][2]
The Cat Burglar 1 Baltimore, MD [1][2]
Chad Austin 2 Baltimore, MD [1][2]
"The Smoke" Smokey Myavia 1 Baltimore, MD [1][2]
"Mad Dog" Buzz Stryker 1 Baltimore, MD [1][2]
The Cat Burglar 2 Dundalk, MD [1][2]
Ruckus 1 November 13, 1999 Hampstead, MD [1][2]
Otto Schtark 1 Dundalk, MD [1][2]
Buzz Stryker 2 April 29, 2000 Middle River, MD [2]
Title history unrecorded 2000 [2]
Max Thrasher 2 September 22, 2000 Dundalk, MD Win title in 4 Way Dance with Morgus the Maniac, Buzz Stryker and Dino Casanova.[2]
Dino Casanova 1 January 27, 2001 [2]
Morgus the Maniac 1 March 17, 2001 [2]
Jim Christian 1 April 12, 2001 Baltimore, MD [2]
Vacated 2001 Title becomes vacant when Jim Christian left the promotion.[2]
Morgus The Maniac 2 2001 Defeated Dino Casanova to win the vacant title.
Stevie Riggs 1 May 24, 2001
Morgus the Maniac 2 May 24, 2001 Regained title at same event.[2]
Drew Pain 1 November 25, 2001 Dundalk, MD Event held at the Teamsters Union Hall.[2]
Bob Starr 2 June 9, 2002 Baltimore, MD [2]
Barry Horowitz 1 September 22, 2002 Baltimore, MD Won title in a Three-Way Dance with Bob Starr and Hack Myers.[2]
Bob Starr 3 October 27, 2002 [2]
Morgus The Maniac 3 June 8, 2003 North Point, MD [2]
Bob Starr 4 June 8, 2003 North Point, MD Regained title at same event.[2]
Doug Delicious 1 July 16, 2003 Glen Burnie, MD Title is unified with the MCW Rage Television Championship.[2]
Vacated September 7, 2003 North Point, MD Doug Delicious is stripped of the championship when he fails to appear for a scheduled title defense.[2]
Bob Starr 5 September 7, 2003 North Point, MD Defeated Chad Bowman to win the vacant title.[2]
Romeo Valentine 1 January 11, 2004 Dundalk, MD Won title in a Triple Threat match with Bob Starr and Buzz Stryker.[2]
Sean Patrick 1 February 8, 2004 North Point, MD [2]
Qenaan Creed 1 March 28, 2004 Dundalk, MD [2]

References

  1. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w x y z aa ab ac ad ae af ag ah ai Royal Duncan & Gary Will (2000). Wrestling Title Histories (4th ed.). Archeus Communications. ISBN 0-9698161-5-4.
  2. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w x y z aa ab ac ad ae af ag ah ai aj ak al am an ao ap aq ar as at au av aw ax ay az ba bb bc Westcott, Brian; Eric Roelfsema (2004). "MEWF Mid-Atlantic Heavyweight Title History". Solie's Title Histories. Solie.org.

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