IWA_Mid-South_Heavyweight_Championship

IWA Mid-South Heavyweight Championship

The IWA Mid-South Heavyweight Championship is the major title in the IWA Mid-South based in Louisville, Kentucky. The title debuted at the "Crowning of a Champion" event on April 3 1997, when Tower of Doom won a twelve man tournament. |

Title History

Wrestler: Times: Date: Place: Notes:
Tower of Doom 1 April 3, 1997 Louisville, Kentucky Defeated Ox Harley and Bull Pain in a three-way tournament final.
Doug Gilbert 1 April 24, 1997 Louisville, Kentucky
Ian Rotten 1 July 19, 1997 Louisville, Kentucky
Bull Pain 1 July 31, 1997 Louisville, Kentucky
Tracy Smothers 1 September 11, 1997 Louisville, Kentucky
Salvatore Sincere 1 September 18, 1997 Louisville, Kentucky
Bull Pain 2 November 4, 1997 Louisville, Kentucky
Buddy Landel 1 November 7, 1997 Lexington, Kentucky
Bull Pain 3 November 8, 1997 Bardstown, Kentucky
Held up November 11, 1997 Held up following a match against Paul Diamond.
Bull Pain 4 December 9, 1997 Louisville, Kentucky Defeated Diamond in a rematch.
Axl Rotten 1 February 13, 1998 Lexington, Kentucky
Stripped April 24, 1998 Louisville, Kentucky
Ox Harley 1 April 24, 1998 Louisville, Kentucky Defeated Harry Palmer to win the vacant title.
The Midnight Rider (Ian Rotten) 2 May 28, 1998 Louisville, Kentucky Defeated Tower of Doom, who had been given authority to defend
Harley's title.
Billy Joe Eaton 1 July 12, 1998 Kalamazoo, Michigan
Ian Rotten 3 July 30, 1998 Louisville, Kentucky
Harry Palmer 1 August 6, 1998 Louisville, Kentucky
Corporal Robinson 1 November 13, 1998 West Point, Kentucky
Ian Rotten 4 December 4, 1998 Salem, Indiana
Corporal Robinson 2 January 6, 1999 Charlestown, Indiana
Ian Rotten 5 January 7, 1999 Louisville, Kentucky
Suicide Kid 1 January 14, 1999 Louisville, Kentucky
Chip Fairway 1 January 21, 1999 Louisville, Kentucky
Suicide Kid 2 January 28 1999 Louisville, Kentucky
Held up February 2, 1999 Held up following a match against Chip Fairway.
Chip Fairway 2 February 3, 1999 Charlestown, Indiana Defeated Suicide Kid in a rematch.
Ian Rotten 6 April 29, 1999 Salem, Indiana Defeated Dean Baldwin, who substituted for Fairway.
Rollin' Hard 1 August 7, 1999 Oolitic, Indiana
Madman Pondo 1 September 29, 1999 Louisville, Kentucky
2 Tuff Tony 1 February 23, 2000 Charlestown, Indiana On March 4, 2 Tuff Tony def. Mad Man Pondo & Delilah Starr to unify the IWA-MS Hardcore and Heavyweight Championships
Blaze 1 March 25, 2000 Charlestown, Indiana
Axl Rotten 2 April 1, 2000 Charlestown, Indiana
Stripped
Rollin' Hard 2 June 10, 2000 Charlestown, Indiana Defeated Ian Rotten in a tournament final.
Ian Rotten 7 June 24, 2000 Charlestown, Indiana
Rollin' Hard 3 July 1, 2000 Charlestown, Indiana
Mitch Page 1 July 31, 2000 Awarded the title due to Rollin' Hard's unability to defend the title
due to injury.
Bull Pain 5 August 5, 2000 Charlestown, Indiana
Stripped September 9, 2000 Charlestown, Indiana Pain was stripped of the title due to a no-show.
Harry Palmer 2 September 22, 2000 Charlestown, Indiana Defeated Cash Flo in a tournament final.
Held up September 23, 2000 Charlestown, Indiana Held up following a match against Cash Flo.
Harry Palmer 3 September 27, 2000 Charlestown, Indiana Defeated Cash Flo and Rollin' Hard in a three-way match.
Suicide Kid 3 October 13, 2000 Charlestown, Indiana
Held up October 21, 2000 Charlestown, Indiana Held up following a match against Todd Morton.
Todd Morton 1 October 25, 2000 Charlestown, Indiana Defeated Suicide Kid in a rematch.
Ian Rotten 8 December 6, 2000 Charlestown, Indiana
Cash Flo 1 December 30, 2000 Charlestown, Indiana
Blaze 2 February 7, 2001 Charlestown, Indiana
2 Tuff Tony 2 March 2, 2001 Charlestown, Indiana
Mitch Page 2 April 7, 2001 Charlestown, Indiana Defeated 2 Tuff Tony and Rollin' Hard in a three-way match.
Trent Baker 1 May 19, 2001 Charlestown, Indiana
Hido 1 July 14, 2001 Charlestown, Indiana Defeated Baker and Chip Fairway in a three-way match.
Vacated July 18, 2001 Charlestown, Indiana Vacated after Hido's loss to Necro Butcher in a "loser leaves town"
match.
Suicide Kid 4 July 21, 2001 Charlestown, Indiana Defeated Mitch Page in a tournament final.
Trent Baker 2 August 4, 2001 Charlestown, Indiana
Chris Hero 1 October 20, 2001 Charlestown, Indiana
CM Punk 1 December 5, 2001 Indianapolis, Indiana
Eddie Guerrero 1 March 1, 2002 Indianapolis, Indiana Defeated Punk and Rey Mysterio in a three-way match.
CM Punk 2 March 2, 2002 Morris, Illinois
Colt Cabana 1 April 19, 2002 Dayton, Ohio Defeated Guerrero and CM Punk in a three-way match.
Chris Hero 2 July 12, 2002 Clarksville, Indiana
M-Dogg 20 1 October 5, 2002 Clarksville, Indiana
CM Punk 3 October 26, 2002 Clarksville, Indiana Defeated M-Dogg 20 during a gauntlet match.
B.J. Whitmer 1 November 2, 2002 Clarksville, Indiana Defeated CM Punk in the finals of the Ted Petty invitational.
CM Punk 4 December 14, 2002 Clarksville, Indiana
Chris Hero 3 February 7, 2003 Clarksville, Indiana Defeated CM Punk in a 93 minute 2 out of 3 falls match.
Mark Wolf 1 June 7, 2003 Clarksville, Indiana
Vacated July 12, 2003 Clarksville, Indiana Title vacated due to numerous injuries to Wolf.
Chris Hero 4 July 12, 2003 Clarksville, Indiana Defeated Danny Daniels.
Danny Daniels 1 August 2, 2003 Clarksville, Indiana
Jerry Lynn 1 January 16, 2004 Oolitic, Indiana
B.J. Whitmer 2 April 9, 2004 Oolitic, Indiana
Petey Williams 1 May 29, 2004 Highland, Indiana
Arik Cannon 1 September 18, 2004 Highland, IN
Vacated October 21, 2004 Evansville, Indiana Title vacated due to Cannon suffering a broken collarbone.
A.J. Styles 1 October 21, 2004 Evansville, Indiana Defeated Petey Williams, Christopher Daniels and Chris Sabin in
a four-way match.
CM Punk 5 October 22, 2004 Highland, Indiana
Danny Daniels 2 February 4, 2005 Valparaiso, Indiana
Jimmy Jacobs 1 April 1, 2005 Herrin, Illinois
Arik Cannon 2 January 21, 2006 Midlothian, Illinois
Darin Corbin 1 April 22, 2006 Midlothian, Illinois
Trik Davis 1 June 3, 2006 Plainfield, Indiana Defeated Corbin and Arik Cannon in a three-way match.
Toby Klein 1 June 17, 2006 Streamwood, Illinois Won title shot by eliminating Chris Hero in previous night battle royal.
Chuck Taylor 1 September 30 2006 Midlothian, Illinois
Mike Quackenbush 1 September 29, 2007 Midlothian, Illinois Defeated Taylor and Claudio Castagnoli in the finals of the Ted Petty Invitational.
Eddie Kingston 1 December 7, 2007 Plainfield, Illinois Defeated Quackenbush in a match also involving Hero and Taylor.
Vacated April 12, 2008 Joliet, Illinois IWA Mid-South promoter Ian Rotten declared the title vacant due to Kingston missing two consecutive events due to flight problems.
Chuck Taylor 2 May 3, 2008 Joliet, Illinois Defeated Claudio Castagnoli in an eight-man one-night tournament final.
Dingo 1 June 20, 2008 Sellersburg, Indiana

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