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The Williamsville Wrestling Federation Championship is the most prodigious title to be won in the Williamsville Wrestling Federation.

Title historyEdit

Key
Reign The reign number for the specific set of wrestlers listed
# Indicates what number the reign is
Event The event promoted by the respective promotion in which the titles were won
N/A The information is not available or is unknown
Used for vacated reigns so as not to count it as an official reign
+ Indicates the current reign is changing daily.

ReignsEdit

# Champion Reign Date Days held Location Event Notes
1 Quinn Allen 1 January 2, 1998 14 Williamsville, IL Friday Night Rare Was hand picked by Mr. McQuality to represent the company as its true champion. Fought his son, Matt, and only won when Gemini Drake and the Rebellion interferred.
2 Morrigan 1 January 16, 1998 72 Williamsville, IL Friday Night Rare
3 John Michael 1 March 28, 1998 29 Williamsville, IL WrestleFest
4 The Bacher 1 April 25, 1998 29 Williamsville, IL Whiplash
5 Steve Mitts 1 May 23, 1998 42 Williamsville, IL Judgment Day
6 Adam Tayeh 1 July 3, 1998 22 Williamsville, IL Friday Night Rare
7 Steve Mitts 2 July 25, 1998 30 Williamsville, IL Fully Loaded
8 Morrigan 2 August 22, 1998 77 Williamsville, IL Summerslam
9 Mark Little 1 November 6, 1998 22 Williamsville, IL Friday Night Rare
10 Paige 1 November 28, 1998 30 Williamsville, IL Survivor Series This was a six-person tag team match. Paige teamed up with fellow Elite members Adam Tayeh and DeLong against Mark Little, Steve Mitts, and Morrigan. She scored the pin on Mark, thus becoming the champion.
11 Mark Little 2 December 26, 1998 42 Williamsville, IL Armageddon This was a six-way ladder match featuring the same competitors from the Survivor Series match. Mark climbed the ladder before Paige to regain his title.
12 Gemini Drake 1 February 5, 1999 51 Williamsville, IL Friday Night Rare
13 Morrigan 3 March 27, 1999 133 Williamsville, IL WrestleFest II This match was a Triple Cage match.
14 Cletus B. Grizzly 1 August 6, 1999 51 Williamsville, IL Friday Night Rare
15 Morrigan 4 September 25, 1999 70 Williamsville, IL Unforgiven This match was a Dragon's Den match. The concept of the match was a combination of a steel cage, first blood, and last man standing. The first person to bleed and be knocked out is the loser.
VACANT December 3, 1999 Williamsville, IL Friday Night Rare Director of the Board Richard Spenn declared all titles vacant in order for the WWF to regain its former glory and give chances to other Superstars.
16 Cletus B. Grizzly 2 December 26, 1999 28 Williamsville, IL Armageddon Defeated Morrigan in a tournament finals to win the vacant title.
17 Rambo Mitts 3 January 22, 2000 64 Williamsville, IL Royal Rumble This was a steel cage mach.
18 Morrigan 5 March 25, 2000 29 Williamsville, IL WrestleFest III This was a Japanese Death Match.
19 Adam Tayeh 2 April 22, 2000 42 Williamsville, IL Whiplash This match was also for Adam Tayeh's WWF Intercontinental Championship.
20 The Bacher 2 June 2, 2000 22 Williamsville, IL Friday Night Rare This match immediately took place after Kurt Angle defeated Adam Tayeh for the WWF Intercontinental Championship.
21 Kurt Angle 1 June 24, 2000 64 Williamsville, IL King of the Ring
22 Adam Tayeh 3 August 26, 2000 31 Williamsville, IL SummerSlam This was a Gauntlet Match. Kurt Angle had to battle all members of the Impact Players at the same time: Meredith, Hades, Jared "The Perfect One" Matulevich, Paige, Turnbull, and Adam Tayeh.
23 Maxa 1 September 25, 2000 90 Williamsville, IL Unforgiven
24 Jared Matulevich 1 December 23, 2000 36 Williamsville, IL Armageddon This was a six-pack challenge featuring Maxa, Cletus B. Grizzly, Morrigan, Adam Tayeh, and Kurt Angle.
25 Morrigan 6 January 27, 2001 86 Williamsville, IL Royal Rumble The stipluation of this match was if Morrigan lost she would no longer fight for the WWF Championship. If Morrigan won, Jared would become her personal slave until WrestleFest. This was a No Holds Barred Match.
26 Sean Bull 1 April 22, 2001 36 Williamsville, IL Whiplash
VACANT May 27, 2001 The championship is vacated after Judgment Day as the WWF is closed down.
27 Rob Van Dam 1 August 28, 2001 2 N/A EIWF Arena The championship was decided during an EIWF show when the WWF took over for a work. This match involved Gemini Drake.
28 Gemini Drake 2 August 30, 2001 31 N/A EIWF Arena This match was a No Holds Barred match.
29 Meeko 1 September 29, 2001 <1 N/A EIWF Uprising
30 The Undertaker 1 September 29, 2001 24 N/A EIWF Uprising This match was a Hell in a Cell Match also for The Undertaker's EIWF Championship.
31 Max Turner 1 October 22, 2001 25 N/A EIWF Death Penalty This match was originally suppose to be Gemini Drake Vs. The Undertaker, but was changed when Gemini was attacked by Kurt Angle before the show.
32 Shawn Michaels 1 November 15, 2001 33 N/A EIWF Arena
33 Kronic 1 December 17, 2001 36 N/A EIWF Final Countdown The EIWF Championship was unified with the WWF Championship in this match.
VACANT January 21, 2002 N/A The EIWF was shutdown after the entire roster walked out. The WWF reopened not too long after its closure.
34 Adam Tayeh 4 January 27, 2002 57 Atlanta, GA Royal Rumble Adam Tayeh won the tournament finals against Maxa.
35 Ahmed Johnson 1 March 24, 2002 36 Williamsville, IL WrestleFest V Mark Little was suppose to face Adam Tayeh but was injured by him before the show.
36 John Michael 2 April 28, 2002 883 Kansas City, MS Whiplash John holds the title for two whole years while the company was on hiatus. When it reopens in 2004 he returns as the champion.
37 Chris Jericho 1 September 26, 2004 36 Portland, OR Redemption This was a six-pack challenge also involving John Michael, Andre Dawson, Meeko, Cletus B. Grizzly, and Shawn Michaels.
VACANT October 31, 2004 The WWF goes into another hiatus after the Trick or Treat pay-per-view.
38 Rhett Tucker 1 October 31, 2005 <1 Williamsville, IL Monday Night Rare Rhett believes himself to be the owner of the company and rewards himself all the titles. John Michael reveals he's not, but counts his title reign.
39 Gemini Drake 3 October 31, 2005 49 Williamsville, IL Monday Night Rare
40 Rhett Tucker 2 December 18, 2005 <1 Providence, RI Armageddon
41 Brimstone 3 December 18, 2005 36 Providence, RI Armageddon John Michael sets up a battle royal immediately following Rhett's victory involving the entire roster.
42 Cletus B. Grizzly 3 January 22, 2006 64 Miami, FL Royal Rumble
43 John Michael 3 March 26, 2006 <1 Rosemont, IL WrestleFest VI This match involved Brimstone and Rhett Tucker in a fatal four-way match.
44 Coco 1 March 26, 2006 29 Rosemont, IL  WrestleFest VI John Michael calls for an immediate battle royal following his victory involving the entire roster.
45 Adam Tayeh 5 April 23, 2006 64 Lexington, KT Backlash This marked the end of Coco's undefeated streak.
46 C.M. Smokey 1 June 25, 2006 29 Charlotte, NC Great American Bash
47 Eddie Hordong 1 July 23, 2006 36 Indianapolis, IN Vengeance
48 John Michael 4 August 27, 2006 29 Boston, MA Summerslam This was a fatal four-way match involving Lee Downs and C.M. Smokey.
49 Shawn Michaels 2 September 24, 2006 29 Toronto, Ontario, Canada Unforgiven This match also involved the Big Show in a triple threat match to unify his Big Show Championship with the WWF Championship.
50 Big Show 1 October 22, 2006 36 Raleigh, NC No Mercy This match also involved Shawn Michaels, Gemini Drake, and C.M. Smokey in a Stacker 4 Match. Big Show won controversially with a rocket chair after her unintentionally destroyed the entire set up reaching for the title.
51 Adam Tayeh 6 November 26, 2006 23 Philadelphia, PA Survivor Series
52 John Michael 5 December 18, 2006 126 Williamsville, IL Monday Night Rare Cashed in his "Money in the Bank" contract. Big Show had attacked Adam Tayeh during a promo.
53 Stalker Sean 1 April 22, 2007 16 Atlanta, GA Backlash This was a triple threat match involving Gemini Drake.
54 Gemini Drake 4 May 7, 2007 29 Williamsville, IL Monday Night Rare
55 John Michael 6 June 4, 2007 29 Williamsville, IL Monday Night Rare This was a triple threat match involving Adam Tayeh.
56 Adam Tayeh 7 July 2, 2007 56 Williamsville, IL Monday Night Rare
57 Big Show 2 August 26, 2007 29 East Rutherford, NJ Summerslam
58 C.M. Smokey 2 September 23, 2007 36 Memphis, TN Unforgiven
59 Adam Tayeh 8 October 28, 2007 9 Rosemont, IL No Mercy
60 Sam 1 November 5, 2007 36 Williamsville, IL Monday Night Rare
61 Rhett Tucker 3 December 10, 2007 49 Williamsville, IL Monday Night Rare
62 Lucky 1 January 27, 2008 9 New York, NY Royal Rumble
63 John Michael 7 February 4, 2008 <1 Williamsville, IL Monday Night Rare This was part of a 30-minute Scramble Match in which the entire roster battled throughout the arena to become champion.
64 Stalker Sean 2 February 4, 2008 <1 Williamsville, IL Monday Night Rare This was part of a 30-minute Scramble Match in which the entire roster battled throughout the arena to become champion.
65 John Michael 8 February 4, 2008 <1 Williamsville, IL Monday Night Rare This was part of a 30-minute Scramble Match in which the entire roster battled throughout the arena to become champion.
66 Fred Richmond 1 February 4, 2008 <1 Williamsville, IL Monday Night Rare This was part of a 30-minute Scramble Match in which the entire roster battled throughout the arena to become champion.
67 Adam Tayeh 9 February 4, 2008 <1 Williamsville, IL Monday Night Rare This was part of a 30-minute Scramble Match in which the entire roster battled throughout the arena to become champion.
68 Lucky 2 February 4, 2008 <1 Williamsville, IL Monday Night Rare This was part of a 30-minute Scramble Match in which the entire roster battled throughout the arena to become champion.
69 Jonathan Coachman 1 February 4, 2008 <1 Williamsville, IL Monday Night Rare This was part of a 30-minute Scramble Match in which the entire roster battled throughout the arena to become champion.
70 Gemini Drake 5 February 4, 2008 <1 Williamsville, IL Monday Night Rare This was part of a 30-minute Scramble Match in which the entire roster battled throughout the arena to become champion.
71 Big Show 3 February 4, 2008 <1 Williamsville, IL Monday Night Rare This was part of a 30-minute Scramble Match in which the entire roster battled throughout the arena to become champion.
72 John Michael 9 February 4, 2008 <1 Williamsville, IL Monday Night Rare This was part of a 30-minute Scramble Match in which the entire roster battled throughout the arena to become champion.
73 Shawn Michaels 3 February 4, 2008 <1 Williamsville, IL Monday Night Rare This was part of a 30-minute Scramble Match in which the entire roster battled throughout the arena to become champion.
74 Rhett Tucker 4 February 4, 2008 <1 Williamsville, IL Monday Night Rare This was part of a 30-minute Scramble Match in which the entire roster battled throughout the arena to become champion.
75 John Michael 10 February 4, 2008 7 Williamsville, IL Monday Night Rare This was part of a 30-minute Scramble Match in which the entire roster battled throughout the arena to become champion.
VACANT February 11, 2008 Williamsville, IL Monday Night Rare John Michael vacated the title as he was the Royal Rumble winner. He agreed to do it as long as Rhett or Adam weren't handed the title.
76 Brimstone 2 February 18, 2008 6 Williamsville, IL Monday Night Rare Defeated Rhett Tucker in a singles match.
77 Adam Tayeh 10 February 24, 2008 36 Paradise, NV No Way Out This match was a triple threat match involving Rhett Tucker. John Michael was the referee.
78 John Michael 11 March 30, 2008 29 Orlando, FL WrestleFest VIII This match was a five-way match involving Brimstone, Rhett Tucker, and Cletus B. Grizzly. Cletus had used his Money in the Bank contract from earlier in the night to participate.
79 Cletus B. Grizzly 4 April 27, 2008 9 Baltimore, MD Backlash Mr. McQuality reinstated Cletus' Money in the Bank contract. He cashed it in following John's victory over Mr. McQuality.
80 John Michael 12 May 5, 2008 84 Williamsville, IL Monday Night Rare
81 Pritch Nasty 1 July 27, 2008 30 Uniondale, NY Vengeance
82 Mark Little 3 August 25, 2008 43 Williamsville, IL Monday Night Rare This was Mark's first WWF Championship victory in almost 10 years. His last reign ended on February 5, 1999.
83 Adam Tayeh 11 October 6, 2008 20 Williamsville, IL Monday NIght Rare This was a fatal four-way match involving Cletus B. Grizzly and Gemini Drake.
84 John Michael 13 October 26, 2008 29 Portland, OR No Mercy
RETIRED November 23, 2008 Boston, MA Survivor Series The title was retired after a triple threat match involving WWF Intercontinental Champion Big Show and Gemini Drake. This match unified and retired the two.

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