World Championship Wrestling World Television Championship
formerly National Wrestling Alliance

Date Champions Defeated
February 16, 2000 Jim Duggan Self-Delcared
Declared himself Champion after finding the belt in the garbage. All titles were vacated on April 10, 2000. Title was then abandoned.
November 21, 1999 Scott Hall Awarded
Abandoned November 29, 1999
October 24, 1999 Rick Steiner (3) Chris Benoit
Stripped of title due to injury
September 13, 1999 Chris Benoit (3) Rick Steiner
May 9, 1999 Rick Steiner (2) Booker T.
March 14, 1999 Booker T. (6) Scott Steiner
December 28, 1998 Scott Steiner (2) Konnan
November 30, 1998 Konnan Chris Jericho
August 10, 1998 Chris Jericho Stevie Ray
Stevie Ray claimed to be defending the title because of his brother Booker T.'s injury. Jericho claimed to have won the title vacated by Booker T. when he was unable to defend in the thirty-day period.
June 14, 1998 Booker T. (5) Dave Finlay
May 4, 1998 Dave Finlay Booker T.
May 3, 1998 Booker T. (4) Chris Benoit
May 2, 1998 Chris Benoit (2) Booker T.
May 1, 1998 Booker T. (3) Chris Benoit
April 30, 1998 Chris Benoit Booker T.
February 22, 1998 Booker T. (2) Rick Martel
February 16, 1998 Rick Martel Booker T.
December 29, 1997 Booker T. Disco Inferno
December 8, 1997 Disco Inferno Perry Saturn
November 3, 1997 Perry Saturn Disco Inferno
September 22, 1997 Disco Inferno Alex Wright
August 21, 1997 Alex Wright Ultimo Dragon
July 22, 1997 Ultimo Dragon (2) Lord Steven Regal
May 18, 1997 Lord Steven Regal (4) Ultimo Dragon
April 7, 1997 Ultimo Dragon Prince Iaukea
February 17, 1997 Prince Iaukea Lord Steven Regal
August 20, 1996 Lord Steven Regal (3) Lex Luger
March 6, 1996 Lex Luger (2) Johnny B. Badd
February 18, 1996 Johnny B. Badd (3) Lex Luger
February 17, 1996 Lex Luger Johnny B. Badd
October 29, 1995 Johnny B. Badd (2) Diamond Dallas Page
September 17, 1995 Diamond Dallas Page The Renegade
June 18, 1995 The Renegade Arn Anderson
January 8, 1995 Arn Anderson (4) Johnny B. Badd
September 18, 1994 Johnny B. Badd Lord Steven Regal
June 23, 1994 Lord Steven Regal (2) Larry Zbyszko
May 2, 1994 Larry Zbyszko Lord Steven Regal
September 19, 1993 Lord Steven Regal Ricky Steamboat
August 18, 1993 Ricky Steamboat (2) Paul Orndorff
March 2, 1993 Paul Orndorff Erik Watts
Tournament
September 29, 1992 Scott Steiner Ricky Steamboat
Vacated after Steiner Bros. defection to WWF.
September 2, 1992 Ricky Steamboat Steve Austin
May 23, 1992 Steve Austin (2) Barry Windham
April 27, 1992 Barry Windham Steve Austin
June 3, 1991 Steve Austin Bobby Eaton
May 19, 1991 Bobby Eaton Arn Anderson
January 14, 1991 Arn Anderson (3) Tom Zenk
Now WCW TV title.
December 4, 1990 Tom Zenk Arn Anderson
January 2, 1990 Arn Anderson (2) The Great Muta
September 3, 1989 The Great Muta Sting
Rematch after title held up.
March 31, 1989 Sting Mike Rotunda
Title held up in match against Great Muta
February 20, 1989 Mike Rotunda (2) Rick Steiner
December 26, 1988 Rick Steiner Mike Rotunda
January 26, 1988 Mike Rotunda Nikita Koloff
August 17, 1987 Nikita Koloff Tully Blanchard
Defeated Terry Taylor on November 26, 1986 to unify the UWF TV title.
November 26, 1986 Tully Blanchard (2) Dusty Rhodes
September 9, 1986 Dusty Rhodes (3) Arn Anderson
January 4, 1986 Arn Anderson Wahoo McDaniel
Tournament finals.
July 6, 1985 Dusty Rhodes (2) Tully Blanchard
Stripped of title after getting leg broken by Horsemen (Ric Flair, Ole and Arn Anderson).
April 28, 1985 Tully Blanchard Dusty Rhodes
March 16, 1985 Dusty Rhodes Tully Blanchard
Defeated Tully Blanchard for the NWA (Mid-Atlantic) Television Title and title is recognized as World Television Title.
April 14, 1985 Ron Garvin (4) Bob Roop
March 23, 1985 Bob Roop (2) Ron Garvin
World title status was removed from the title and was reduced to the National Television title in March of 1985.
December 28, 1984 Ron Garvin (3) Bob Roop
September, 1984 Bob Roop Ron Garvin
July 1, 1984 Ron Garvin (2) Jake Roberts
Ron Garvin defeated Jake Roberts in a rematch by a count out to win the title.
June 17, 1984 Jake Roberts (2) Ron Garvin
The title was immediately held-up because Jake Roberts used a foreign object.
April 7, 1984 Ron Garvin Jake
March, 1984 Jake Roberts Ron Garvin
Jake Roberts wins the NWA National Television title from Ron Garvin on November 6, 1983 in Atlanta, Georgia. Was recognized as NWA World Television champion after March of 1984.