NWA World Television Title History
|Danny Miller||Ole Anderson||2/27/1974||Raleigh, NC|
|Ivan Koloff||Danny Miller||5/10/1974||Richmond, VA|
|Paul Jones||Ivan Koloff||7/8/1974||Charlotte, NC|
|Ivan Koloff (2)||Paul Jones||10/24/1974||Anderson, NC|
|Paul Jones (2)||Ivan Koloff||12/26/1974||Greensboro, NC|
|Ric Flair||Paul Jones||2/8/1975||Winston-Salem, NC|
|Paul Jones (3)||Ric Flair||8/8/1975||Richmond, VA|
|Angelo Mosca||Mr. Wrestling||4/14/1976||Raleigh, NC|
|Paul Jones (4)||Angelo Mosca||6/30/1976||Raleigh, NC|
|Mr. Wrestling||Paul Jones||10/16/1976||Greensboro, NC|
|Greg Valentine||Mr. Wrestling||11/8/1976||Raleigh, NC|
|Rufus R. Jones||Greg Valentine||11/30/1976||Charleston, SC|
|Greg Valentine (2)||Rufus R. Jones||1/19/1977||Raleigh, NC|
|Rufus R. Jones (2)||Greg Valentine||2/15/1977||Raleigh, NC|
|Ric Flair (2)||Rufus R. Jones||4/4/1977||Greenville, SC|
|Ricky Steamboat||Ric Flair||6/15/1977||Raleigh, NC|
|Baron Von Raschke||Ricky Steamboat||10/12/1977||Raleigh, NC|
|Johnny Weaver||Baron Von Raschke||3/5/1978||Charlotte, NC|
|Baron Von Raschke (2)||Johnny Weaver||3/26/1978||Greensboro, NC|
|Paul Jones (5)||Baron Von Raschke||6/7/1978||Raleigh, NC|
|Ricky Steamboat (2)||Paul Jones||6/10/1978||Asheville, NC|
|Masked Superstar||Blackjack Mulligan||4/1/1980||Raleigh, NC|
|Roddy Piper||–||11/1/1980||Richmond, VA|
|Sweet Ebony Diamond||–||4/29/1981||Raleigh, NC|
|Greg Valentine (3)||Sweet Ebony Diamond||May 1981||–|
|Sweet Ebony Diamond (2)||Greg Valentine||5/30/1981||Charlotte, NC|
|Greg Valentine (4)||Sweet Ebony Diamond||Summer 1981||–|
|Ron Bass||Greg Valentine||9/6/1981||Asheville, NC|
|Ivan Koloff (3)||Ron Bass||11/3/1981||Charlotte, NC|
|Jimmy Valiant||Ivan Koloff||1/2/1982||Hampton, VA|
|Ivan Koloff (4)||Jimmy Valiant||Spring 1982||–|
|Jimmy Valiant (2)||Ivan Koloff||6/6/1982||Toronto, Ontario|
|Ivan Koloff (5)||Jimmy Valiant||Fall 1982||–|
|Jimmy Valiant (3)||Ivan Koloff||10/17/1982||Toronto, Ontario|
|Jos LeDuc||Jimmy Valiant||Fall 1982||–|
|Bad Leroy Brown||–||11/27/1982||Greensboro, NC|
|Mike Rotunda||Bad Leroy Brown||12/25/1982||Charlotte, NC|
|Dick Slater||Mike Rotunda||2/22/1983||Columbia, SC|
|Roddy Piper (2)||Dick Slater||3/27/1983||Asheville, NC|
|Dick Slater (2)||Roddy Piper||4/3/1983||Greensboro, NC|
|Jos LeDuc (2)||Dick Slater||4/30/1983||Richmond, VA|
|Great Kabuki||Jos LeDuc||5/23/1983||Greenville, SC|
|Jimmy Valiant (4)||Great Kabuki||11/24/1983||Starrcade|
|Mark Youngblood||Dick Slater||3/7/1984||Spartanburg, SC|
|Tully Blanchard||Mark Youngblood||5/1984||–|
|Dusty Rhodes||Tully Blanchard||3/16/1985||Greensboro, NC|
|Tully Blanchard (2)||Dusty Rhodes||4/28/1985||Charlotte, NC|
|Dusty Rhodes (2)||Tully Blanchard||7/6/1985||Great American Bash|
|Arn Anderson||Wahoo McDaniel||1/4/1986||Greensboro, NC|
|Dusty Rhodes (3)||Arn Anderson||9/9/1986||Pro|
|Tully Blanchard (3)||Dusty Rhodes||11/27/1986||Starrcade|
|Nikita Koloff||Tully Blanchard||8/1/1987||Pro|
|Mike Rotunda (2)||Nikita Koloff||1/26/1988||Pro|
|Rick Steiner||Mike Rotunda||12/26/1988||Starrcade|
|Mike Rotunda (3)||Rick Steiner||2/20/1989||Chi-Town Rumble|
|Sting||Mike Rotunda||3/31/1989||World Championship Wrestling|
|Great Muta||Sting||9/3/1989||Atlanta, GA|
|Arn Anderson (2)||Great Muta||1/2/1990||Power Hour|
|Tom Zenk||Arn Anderson||12/4/1990||World Championship Wrestling|
|WCW withdrew from the NWA in January 1991.|
: This was a tournament final to crown the first NWA Mid-Atlantic TV champion.
: Paul Jones had won the NWA US title on November 27, 1975, and gave up the TV title.
: This was a tournament final to fill the vacancy.
: Steamboat vacated the title in December 1978 when he won the US title. This was a tournament final to fill the vacancy.
: Piper vacated the title after winning the US title on January 27, 1981.
: This was a tournament final to fill the vacancy.
: LeDuc was soon stripped of the title for excessive cheating.
: Bad Leroy Brown won a 20-man battle royal to win the title.
: Valiant dropped his ‘Charlie Brown’ persona and vacated the title.
: This was the final round of a tournament to determine the NWA TV champion. Dick Slater’s US title, of course, was not on the line in this match. Also note that in a semifinal encounter vs. Assassin #2, Mark Youngblood put his feet up on the middle ropes to gain the pinfall.
: This was a tournament final. The title was declared vacant when Dusty Rhodes was unable to defend the belt due to an injury.
: Due to a controversial finish at the Great American Bash in July 1989, the NWA world TV belt was held up. Tapes later showed that Muta’s shoulders were off the mat.
Credit goes to: PWI Almanac, wrestling-titles.com, and ProWrestlingHistory.com
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