World Wrestling Federation European Championship

Date Champion Defeated
July 22, 2002 Rob Van Dam Jeff Hardy
Title unified with the Intercontinental title in a ladder match. Retired thereafter.
July 8, 2002 Jeff Hardy William Regal
May 6, 2002 William Regal (4) Spike Dudley
April 8, 2002 Spike Dudley William Regal
March 19, 2002 William Regal (3) Diamond Dallas Page
January 29, 2002 Diamond Dallas Page Christian
October 30, 2001 Christian Bradshaw
October 22, 2001 Bradshaw Hurricane Helms
August 27, 2001 Hurricane Helms Matt Hardy
April 23, 2001 Matt Hardy Eddie Guerrero
April 1, 2001 Eddie Guerrero (2) Test
January 22, 2001 Test William Regal
December 4, 2000 William Regal (2) Crash Holly
December 2, 2000 Crash Holly William Regal
October 16, 2000 William Regal Al Snow
August 29, 2000 Al Snow Perry Saturn
July 23, 2000 Perry Saturn Eddie Guerrero
April 3, 2000 Eddie Guerrero Chris Jericho
April 2, 2000 Chris Jericho Kurt Angle and Chris Benoit
Thriple threat for the title
February 8, 2000 Kurt Angle Val Venis
December 12, 1999 Val Venis Davey Boy Smith and D-Lo Brown
Thriple threat for the title
October 26, 1999 Davey Boy Smith (2) D-Lo Brown
September 26, 1999 D-Lo Brown (4) Mark Henry
August 23, 1999 Mark Henry Awarded
Awarded by Jeff Jarrett after he won the Intercontinental title.
August 22, 1999 Jeff Jarrett D-Lo Brown
July 25, 1999 D-Lo Brown (3) Mideon
June 21, 1999 Mideon Awarded
Awarded after finding it in Shane's duffle bag.
February 15, 1999 Shane McMahon X-Pac
Pinned in a tag team match then abandoned the title on April 4, 1999.
October 18, 1998 X-Pac (2) D-Lo Brown
September 29, 1998 D-Lo Brown (2) X-Pac
September 15, 1998 X-Pac D-Lo Brown
July 14, 1998 D-Lo Brown Hunter Hearst Helmsley
March 16, 1998 Hunter Hearst Helmsley (2) Owen Hart
January 20, 1998 Owen Hart Goldust (Hunter Hearst Helmsley)
Goldust dressed up like Helmsley. WWF Commisoner, Sgt. Slaughter awards the title to Owen Hart after defeating Goldust, who subsituted for Helmsley.
December 11, 1997 Hunter Hearst Helmsley Shawn Michaels
Ordered by WWF Commisioner Sgt. Slaughter to defend the title against Hunter Hearst Helmsley and Shawn intentionally loses the title to him.
September 20, 1997 Shawn Michaels Davey Boy Smith
February 26, 1997 Davey Boy Smith Owen Hart
Tournament finals.