MWA World Heavyweight Championship

El MWA World Heavyweight Championship fue un campeonato de lucha libre profesional en Kansas City, en la Midwest Wrestling Association (MWA). Fue el predecesor directo de la National Wrestling Alliance (NWA) World Heavyweight Championship. El campeonato fue creado en 1940, y el primer campeón fue Bobby Bruns.

Lista de campeonesEditar

Luchador Fecha Días Lugar Notas
Bobby Bruns 1 18 de enero de 1940 7 Kansas City, Kansas Defeated fellow contender Orville Brown to win the vacant championship.[1] [2] [3]
Brown, OrvilleOrville Brown 1 13 de junio de 1940 7 Kansas City, Kansas  
Lee Wyckoff 1 17 de abril de 1941 7 Kansas City, Kansas  
Brown, OrvilleOrville Brown 2 16 de octubre de 1941 7 Kansas City, Kansas  
Tom Zaharias 1 5 de marzo de 1942 7 Kansas City, Kansas  
Brown, OrvilleOrville Brown 3 25 de junio de 1942 7 Kansas City, Kansas Ed Lewis won a disputed decision over Brown on November 5, 1942.
Ed "Strangler" Lewis 1 26 de noviembre de 1942 7 Kansas City, Kansas Defeated Brown in a rematch.
Lee Wyckoff 2 14 de enero de 1943 7 Kansas City, Kansas  
Brown, OrvilleOrville Brown 4 18 de febrero de 1943 Kansas City, Kansas  
Lee Wyckoff 3 Great Bend, Kansas  
Brown, OrvilleOrville Brown 5 17 de junio de 1943 7 Kansas City, Kansas  
The Swedish Angel 1 3 de diciembre de 1943 7 Kansas City, Kansas  
Brown, OrvilleOrville Brown 6 9 de diciembre de 1943 7 Kansas City, Kansas Dave Levin defeated Brown in a one-fall match on April 27, 1944 in Kansas City, Kansas, and laid claim to the title. However, Brown claimed that the title could only change hands in a two-out-of-three falls match.
Dave Levin 1 4 de mayo de 1944 7   Defeated Brown in a rematch.
Lee Wyckoff 4 29 de junio de 1944 7 Topeka, Kansas  
Brown, OrvilleOrville Brown 7 16 de agosto de 1944 7 Topeka, Kansas  
Bobby Bruns 2 20 de junio de 1946 7 Kansas City, Kansas  
Brown, OrvilleOrville Brown 8 8 de agosto de 1946 7 Kansas City, Kansas  
Vic Christy 1 14 de marzo de 1947 7 St. Joseph, Missouri  
Roy Graham 1 30 de marzo de 1947 7 St. Joseph, Missouri  
Brown, OrvilleOrville Brown 9 10 de abril de 1947 7 Kansas City, Kansas  
Tug Carlson 1 12 de diciembre de 1947 7 St. Joseph, Missouri  
Brown, OrvilleOrville Brown 10 26 de diciembre de 1947 7 St. Joseph, Missouri  
Bobby Bruns 3 29 de abril de 1948 7 Kansas City, Kansas Won the title by disqualification.
Brown, OrvilleOrville Brown 11 4 de mayo de 1948 Kansas City, Kansas  
The title was retired after the MWA joined the National Wrestling Alliance in October 1948, and Brown was recognized as its first champion.

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ReferenciasEditar

  1. Wrestling-Titles: Orville Brown - biography: "On Nov. 10, 1939 at Bridgeport, Conn., Bobby Bruns defeated Jack Pfefer's world light heavyweight champion Maurice Boyer. From that point forward in New England and the Atlantic Coast, the title changed to a heavyweight title and Pfefer billed Bruns as heavyweight world champion .. On Jan. 18, 1940, Bruns defended this title in a clean win over Brown."
  2. LegacyOfWrestling Bobby Bruns Wrestling History: "On January 11, 1940, Bruns beat Andy Mexiner in two-straight falls in Kansas City. A week later, he returned to the Memorial Hall to wrestle Orville Brown for the vacant World Heavyweight Title, recognized by the state of Kansas and by promoter George Simpson. He won the first in 40:30 and then the 3rd in 5:00 to capture the championship."
  3. LOW Orville Brown Wrestling History