|Norman Smiley||Brian Knobbs||11/21/1999||Mayhem|
|Brian Knobbs||Norman Smiley||1/12/2000||Thunder|
|Brian Knobbs||2/7/2000||Monday Nitro|
|Brian Knobbs (2)||Bam Bam
|3 Count||Brian Knobbs||2/28/2000||Monday Nitro|
|Brian Knobbs (3)||3 Count||3/19/2000||UnCeNSoReD|
|Terry Funk||Norman Smiley||4/16/2000||Spring Stampede|
|Shane Douglas||Terry Funk||5/22/2000||Monday Nitro|
|Terry Funk (2)||Shane Douglas||5/24/2000||Thunder|
|Eric Bischoff||Terry Funk||6/5/2000||Monday Nitro|
|Big Vito (2)||Johnny the Bull||6/19/2000||Monday Nitro|
|Lance Storm||Big Vito||7/24/2000||Monday Nitro|
|Carl Oulette||–||7/24/2000||Monday Nitro|
|Carl Oulette||8/14/2000||Monday Nitro|
|Reno||Sgt. AWOL||10/2/2000||Monday Nitro|
|Terry Funk (3)||Crowbar||12/17/2000||Starrcade|
|In March 2001, WWE buys out WCW and the title is retired because the WWF already had a hardcore title at the time.|
: This was a tournament final match to determine the first ever WCW Hardcore champion.
: All three members of 3 Count (Shannon Moore, Shane Helms and Evan Karagias) pinned Knobbs simultaneously to win the title.
: Once the Russo/Bischoff era started on 4/10/2000, all the titles were made vacant as they reset the company.
: Due to the Hardcore title being vacant, Terry Funk and Norman Smiley were chosen to compete and the winner would capture the title.
: This was a handicap match with Funk and Smiley taking on Shane Douglas. Terry Funk scored the pinfall and therefore regained the title.
: Bischoff awarded the WCW Hardcore title to both Johnny the Bull and Big Vito of the Mamalukes tag team and deemed them as co-champions.
: Vito pinned Johnny the Bull to become the undisputed WCW Hardcore champion.
: When Lance Storm won the title, he changed the name of the belt to the Saskatchewan Hardcore International title. Turn it into an acronym, and you’ll see the joke.
: Storm awarded the belt to fellow Canadian Carl Oulette to make him the new champion.
: Acting WCW Commissioner Mike Sanders vacated the title and started up a tournament.
: This was a tournament final. Sgt. AWOL actually won the match, but acting WCW Commissioner Mike Sanders overturned the decision and gave the belt to Reno.
: The belt became vacant once Meng left for the WWF to appear at the Royal Rumble. With Meng’s departure from the company, WCW basically abandoned the belt.
Credit goes to: PWI Almanac, wrestling-titles.com, and ProWrestlingHistory.com