UWN Television Championship

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UWN Television Championship
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Promotion Championship Wrestling from Hollywood (CWFH)
United Wrestling Network (UWN)
Current champion(s)Levi Shapiro
Date wonOctober 17, 2020
Other name(s)
  • NWA International Television Championship
  • CWFH International Television Championship
  • MAV Television Championship

The United Wrestling Network (UWN) Television Championship is a title controlled by, and defended in Championship Wrestling from Hollywood, sanctioned by the governing body United Wrestling Network.

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On July 10, 2011, Scorpio Sky pinned So Cal Crazy after hitting the "Ace of Spades" to win the "Be the Star" Television Title Tournament to be crowned the first NWA International Television Champion. After Championship Wrestling from Hollywood parted ways with the National Wrestling Alliance (NWA), the Championship was renamed the CWFH International Television Championship. In 2013, the title was again renamed the MAV Television Championship. During 2015, the title was renamed to United Wrestling Network Television Championship.

Title history

Names

NameYears
NWA International Television ChampionshipJuly 10, 2011 – September 9, 2012
CWFH International Television ChampionshipSeptember 9, 2012 – 2013
MAV Television Championship2013 – 2015
UWN Television ChampionshipSeptember 13, 2015 – present

Reigns

Key
No.Overall reign number
ReignReign number for the specific champion
DaysNumber of days held
N/AUnknown information
Championship change is unrecognized by the promotion
<1Reign lasted less than a day
No.ChampionChampionship changeReign statisticsNotesRef.
DateEventLocationReignDays
National Wrestling Alliance (NWA)
1 Scorpio Sky July 10, 2011NWA Championship Wrestling From Hollywood episode 48 Los Angeles, CA 1378Sky defeated So Cal Crazy in a tournament final to become the inaugural champion.
2 Willie Mack July 22, 2012NWA Championship Wrestling From Hollywood episode 92 Glendale, CA 1238
3Tyler CintronMarch 17, 2013Championship Wrestling From Hollywood season 3 episode 22 Glendale, CA 1126This was a street fight.
Championship Wrestling from Hollywood (CWFH)
4 Joey Ryan July 21, 2013Championship Wrestling From Hollywood season 3 episode 31 Commerce, CA 1294This was a best two out of three falls match. In November 2013, the championship was renamed the MAV Television Championship.
5 Ryan Taylor May 11, 2014Championship Wrestling From Hollywood Port Hueneme, CA 135
6 Joey Ryan June 15, 2014CWFH Red Carpet Rumble 2014 Port Hueneme, CA 270
7 Ryan Taylor August 24, 2014Unknown Port Hueneme, CA 2154
8 Scorpio Sky January 25, 2015Unknown Port Hueneme, CA 256
9Kevin MartensonMarch 22, 2015Unknown Port Hueneme, CA 1126
10 Peter Avalon July 26, 2015Unknown Port Hueneme, CA 128
Vacated August 23, 2015 Peter Avalon vacated the championship after winning the Hollywood Heritage Championship.
United Wrestling Network (UWN) / Championship Wrestling from Hollywood (CWFH)
11James MorganSeptember 13, 2015Unknown Port Hueneme, CA 1245The vacated championship was awarded to Morgan for winning the 2015 Summer Classic.
12Tyler BatemanMay 15, 2016CWFH TV Taping Port Hueneme, CA 1273
13 Scorpio Sky February 12, 2017Unknown Port Hueneme, CA 3105
14 Rocky Romero May 28, 2017CWFH TV Taping Port Hueneme, CA 1189
15 Scorpio Sky December 3, 2017CWFH Milestone Port Hueneme, CA 4189
16 Ray Rosas June 10, 2018CWFH Coastline Clash Port Hueneme, CA 191
17Oliver GrimsleySeptember 9, 2018Championship Wrestling from Arizona Mesa, AZ 120
18 Royce Isaacs September 29, 2018CWFH TV Tapings Port Hueneme, CA 1226
19Tyler BatemanMay 13, 2019CWFH Coastline Clash Irvine, CA 2 [Note 1] [1]
20 Scorpio Sky June 2019N/A Port Hueneme, CA 5 [Note 2]
21 Royce Isaacs August 18, 2019CWFH Episode 434 Port Hueneme, CA 2287This was a three-way match, also involving Tyler Bateman.
22 Dan Joseph May 31, 2020N/A Port Hueneme, CA 1139
23 Levi Shapiro October 17, 2020N/A Port Hueneme, CA 1302+

Combined reigns

As of August15, 2021.

Scorpio Sky, record five-time with longest combined reigns. Scorpio Sky turnbuckles.jpg
Scorpio Sky, record five-time with longest combined reigns.


Indicates the current champion
+Indicates the current reign is changing daily
¤The exact length of at least one title reign is uncertain, so the shortest possible length is used.
RankWrestlerNo. of reignsCombined
days
RankWrestlerNo. of
reigns
Combined days
1 Scorpio Sky 5746¤ [Note 2]
2 Royce Isaacs 2516
3 Joey Ryan 2364
4 Levi Shapiro 1302+
5Tyler Bateman2292¤ [Note 1]
6James Morgan1245
7 Willie Mack 1238
8Dan Joseph1139
9 Rocky Romero 1189
Ryan Taylor 2189
11Kevin Martenson1126
Tyler Cintron1126
13 Ray Rosas 191
14 Peter Avalon 128
15Oliver Grimsley120

Footnotes

  1. 1 2 The exact length of Bateman's second reign is unknown. It could have lasted between 19 and 48 days.
  2. 1 2 The exact length of Scorpio Sky's fifth reign is unknown. It could have lasted between 18 and 48 days.

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References

  1. Ronovech, Brian. "#AndNEW: Tyler Bateman wins United Wrestling Network (UWN) Television Title". Last Word on Pro Wrestling. Retrieved May 14, 2019.