WWE European Title History
|Davey Boy Smith||Owen Hart||2/26/1997||Monday Night
|Shawn Michaels||Davey Boy Smith||9/20/1997||One Night Only|
|Shawn Michaels||12/22/1997||Raw is War|
|Owen Hart||Goldust||1/20/1998||Raw is War|
|Owen Hart||3/16/1998||Raw is War|
|D’Lo Brown||Hunter Hearst
|7/20/1998||Raw is War|
|X-Pac||D’Lo Brown||9/21/1998||Raw is War|
|D’Lo Brown (2)||X-Pac||10/5/1998||Raw is War|
|X-Pac (2)||D’Lo Brown||10/18/1998||Judgment Day|
|Shane McMahon||X-Pac||2/15/1999||Raw is War|
|Mideon||–||6/21/1999||Raw is War|
|D’Lo Brown (3)||Mideon||7/25/1999||Fully Loaded|
|Jeff Jarrett||D’Lo Brown||8/22/1999||SummerSlam|
|Mark Henry||–||8/23/1999||Raw is War|
|D’Lo Brown (4)||Mark Henry||9/26/1999||Unforgiven|
|Davey Boy Smith
|Val Venis||Davey Boy Smith||12/12/1999||Armageddon|
|Kurt Angle||Val Venis||2/10/2000||Smackdown!|
|Chris Jericho||Kurt Angle||4/2/2000||WrestleMania
|Eddie Guerrero||Chris Jericho||4/3/2000||Raw is War|
|Perry Saturn||Eddie Guerrero||7/23/2000||Fully Loaded|
|Al Snow||Perry Saturn||8/31/2000||Smackdown!|
|William Regal||Al Snow||10/16/2000||Raw is War|
|Crash Holly||William Regal||12/2/2000||Rebellion|
|William Regal (2)||Crash Holly||12/4/2000||Raw is War|
|Test||William Regal||1/22/2001||Raw is War|
|Eddie Guerrero (2)||Test||4/1/2001||WrestleMania X-7|
|Matt Hardy||Eddie Guerrero||4/26/2001||Smackdown!|
|The Hurricane||Matt Hardy||8/27/2001||Raw is War|
|William Regal (3)||DDP||3/21/2002||Smackdown!|
|Spike Dudley||William Regal||4/8/2002||Raw|
|William Regal (4)||Spike Dudley||5/6/2002||Raw|
|Jeff Hardy||William Regal||7/8/2002||Raw|
|Rob Van Dam||Jeff Hardy||7/22/2002||Raw|
: This was a tournament final.
: Goldust impersonated champion Hunter Hearst Helmsley for this match, but WWF Commissioner Sgt. Slaughter allowed the title change to stand.
: During a tag team match with Shane McMahon & Kane took on champion X-Pac & Triple H where the European title was on the line, McMahon won the belt by pinning X-Pac. McMahon would retire the belt shortly after beating X-Pac at WrestleMania XV.
: McMahon reactivated the title and awarded it to Mideon several months later.
: Jarrett gave the title to Henry as a reward for helping him beat Brown for both the European and Intercontinental championships the previous night.
: This was a triple-threat match which also included D’Lo Brown.
: This was a triple-threa match which also included Chris Benoit.
: The European title becomes exclusive to Raw when Regal gets drafted to Raw on March 26, 2002.
: As Intercontinental champion, Rob Van Dam was able to unify the belts.
Credit goes to: PWI Almanac, wrestling-titles.com, and ProWrestlingHistory.com
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