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wXw Hardcore Championship
Details
PromotionWestside Xtreme Wrestling
Date establishedAugust 26, 2001
Date retiredAugust 1, 2006
Other name(s)
  • wXw Extreme Championship
    (August 26, 2001 – December 27, 2003)[1]
  • wXw German Championship
    (December 27, 2003 – December 11, 2004)[1]

The wXw Hardcore Championship[1] was a hardcore wrestling championship, contested in the German professional wrestling promotion, Westside Xtreme Wrestling. The championship was established in 2001 as the wXw Extreme Championship, and initially followed a "24/7 rule" similar to the WWE Hardcore Championship.[1]

Title history[edit]

Key
No. Overall reign number
Reign Reign number for the specific champion
Days Number of days held
<1 Reign lasted less than a day
+ Current reign is changing daily
No. Champion Championship change Reign statistics Notes Ref.
Date Event Location Reign Days
1 Eiji Kuchinawa August 25, 2001 Broken Rulz Essen, Germany 1 162 Defeated Louis van Eden, TAFKA Lightning Lei and U-Gin to become the inaugural champion [2]
2 Petar Bojetz February 3, 2002 Payback Nürnberg, Germany 1 <1 Won during a four-way elimination match [2]
3 Mad Man Pondo February 3, 2002 Payback Nürnberg, Germany 1 <1 Won during a four-way elimination match [2]
4 Hate February 3, 2002 Payback Nürnberg, Germany 1 94 Won during a four-way elimination match [2]
5 SigMasta Rappo May 8, 2002 Hour of Power Greven, Germany 1 <1 [2]
6 Hate May 8, 2002 Hour of Power Greven, Germany 2 <1 [2]
7 SigMasta Rappo May 8, 2002 Hour of Power Greven, Germany 2 10 [2]
8 Hate May 18, 2002 Dead End 2 Essen, Germany 3 <1 [2]
9 SigMasta Rappo May 18, 2002 Dead End 2 Essen, Germany 3 <1 [2]
10 Rick Baxxter May 18, 2002 Dead End 2 Essen, Germany 1 <1 Won during a 5 man gauntlet match [2]
11 Hate May 18, 2002 Dead End 2 Essen, Germany 4 <1 Won during a 5 man gauntlet match [2]
12 Mad Cow May 18, 2002 Dead End 2 Essen, Germany 1 21 Won during a 5 man gauntlet match [2]
13 Hate June 8, 2002 FCW Total Elimination Voorburg, Netherlands 5 21 This was a Freestyle Championship Wrestling promoted event [2]
14 Rick Baxxter June 29, 2002 Broken Rulz 2 Essen, Germany 2 <1 Won during a 5 person wXw Extreme Championship Invitational match [2]
15 SigMasta Rappo June 29, 2002 Broken Rulz 2 Essen, Germany 4 <1 Won during a 5 person wXw Extreme Championship Invitational match [2]
16 Cleopatra June 29, 2002 Broken Rulz 2 Essen, Germany 1 <1 Won during a 5 person wXw Extreme Championship Invitational match; first female wrestler to become champion [2]
17 Hate June 29, 2002 Broken Rulz 2 Essen, Germany 6 294 Won during a 5 person wXw Extreme Championship Invitational match [2]
18 The Sandman April 19, 2003 Got Eggs? - Day 2 Essen, Germany 1 <1 Won during a 30 minute time limit four-way match [2]
19 D'n'A April 19, 2003 Got Eggs? - Day 2 Essen, Germany 7 <1 Won during a 30 minute time limit four-way match; previously won the title as Hate [2]
20 Mad Cow April 19, 2003 Got Eggs? - Day 2 Essen, Germany 2 <1 Won during a 30 minute time limit four-way match [2]
21 Thumbtack Jack April 19, 2003 Got Eggs? - Day 2 Essen, Germany 1 252 Won during a 30 minute time limit four-way match [2]
22 Alex Pain December 27, 2003 3rd Anniversary HUSS-Mas Essen, Germany 1 238 The title is renamed the Deutsche Meisterschaft der wXw (wXw German Championship) [2]
23 Emil Sitoci August 21, 2004 Broken Rulz 4 Essen, Germany 1 <1 [2]
Vacated August 21, 2004 Sitoci immediately vacated the title to return it to the hardcore division [2]
24 Hate December 11, 2004 4th Anniversary Show Essen, Germany 8 169 Defeated Iceman, Mad Cow and Thumbtack Jack in a tournament final four-way match to win the vacant title; previously won the title as D'n'A; the title is renamed the wXw Hardcore Championship [2]
25 Mad Cow May 29, 2005 Fans Appreciation Night 2005 - Block B Essen, Germany 3 <1 Won during a 10 man wXw Hardcore Championship Invitational match [2]
26 Violent Tom May 29, 2005 Fans Appreciation Night 2005 - Block B Essen, Germany 1 20 Won during a 10 man wXw Hardcore Championship Invitational match [2]
27 Hate June 18, 2005 Dead End V - Day 1 Essen, Germany 9 106 This was a Fans Bring the Weapons match with Thumbtack Jack as special guest referee [2]
28 Iceman October 2, 2005 Sunday Bloody Sunday II Essen, Germany 1 119 This was a gauntlet deathmatch also involving EnRage, GTS, Mad Cow and Violent Tom [2]
29 Ian Rotten January 29, 2006 16 Carat Gold Tournament 2006 - Day 3 Essen, Germany 1 82 [2]
30 Necro Butcher April 21, 2006 IWA Mid-South April Bloodshowers 2006 Plainfield, Indiana 1 102 This was a three-way elimination Texas deathmatch also involving J. C. Bailey; this was an IWA Mid-South promoted event [2]
Deactivated August 1, 2006 [2]

Combined reigns[edit]

<1 Indicates reign was less than a day
Rank Champion No. of
reigns
Combined days
1 Hate/D'n'A 9 684
2 Thumbtack Jack 1 252
3 Alex Pain 1 238
4 Eiji Kuchinawa 1 162
5 Iceman 1 119
6 Necro Butcher 1 102
7 Ian Rotten 1 82
8 Mad Cow 3 21
9 Violent Tom 1 20
10 SigMasta Rappo 4 10
11 Rick Baxxter 2 <1
Cleopatra 1 <1
Emil Sitoci 1 <1
Mad Man Pondo 1 <1
Petar Bojetz 1 <1
The Sandman 1 <1

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 "Champions". wXw - more than Wrestling.
  2. 2.00 2.01 2.02 2.03 2.04 2.05 2.06 2.07 2.08 2.09 2.10 2.11 2.12 2.13 2.14 2.15 2.16 2.17 2.18 2.19 2.20 2.21 2.22 2.23 2.24 2.25 2.26 2.27 2.28 2.29 2.30 2.31 "wXw Hardcore Title". Wrestling-Titles.com. Retrieved October 30, 2019.

External links[edit]

Category:Westside Xtreme Wrestling championships Category:World heavyweight wrestling championships Category:World professional wrestling championships


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