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The Williamsville Wrestling Federation Cruiserweight Championship is a championship made especially for competitors 225 lbs. or lower.

Title History Edit

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 Maxa 1 February 28, 1998 77 Williamsville, IL No Way Out Maxa defeated Josh Nation to become the inaugural champion.
2 Turnbull 1 May 15, 1998 8 Williamsville, IL Friday Night Rare
3 Lance Hanson 1 May 23, 1998 36 Williamsville, IL Judgment Day
4 Cletus B. Grizzly 1 June 27, 1998 29 Williamsville, IL King of the Ring
5 Ted Hawkins 1 July 25, 1998 29 Williamsville, IL Fully Loaded
6 Josh Nation 1 August 22, 1998 36 Williamsville, IL SummerSlam
7 Dave Root 1 September 26, 1998 7 Williamsville, IL Unforgiven
VACANT October 2, 1998 Williamsville, IL Friday Night Rare Root was stripped of the title when it was revealed he was over the weight limit.
8 Lonnie Haney 1 October 2, 1998 50 Williamsville, IL Friday Night Rare Lonnie defeated Maxa to become the champion.
9 Boggs 1 November 20, 1998 29 Williamsville, IL Friday Night Rare
10 Seitz 1 December 18, 1998 8 Williamsville, IL Friday Night Rare
11 Josh Nation 2 December 26, 1998 42 Williamsville, IL Armageddon
12 Top-Hat Tom 1 February 5, 1999 57 Williamsville, IL Friday Night Rare
13 Aaron Thomas 1 April 2, 1999 246 Williamsville, IL Friday Night Rare
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.
14 B.F.O. Steve 1 December 26, 1999 91 Williamsville, IL Armageddon Defeated Aaron Thomas, Top-Hat Tom, Paul Cooper, Sean Bull, and Lonnie Haney in a six-way match.
15 Kurt Angle 1 March 25, 2000 29 Williamsville, IL WrestleFest III
VACANT April 22, 2000 Williamsville, IL Whiplash Kurt Angle vacates the title upon winning the WWF Television Championship.
16 Erick Wolfe 1 April 22, 2000 14 Williamsville, IL Whiplash Erick defeated Lonnie Haney for the vacant title.
17 Lonnie Haney 2 May 5, 2000 79 Williamsville, IL Friday Night Rare
18 Chris Cook 1 July 22, 2000 64 Williamsville, IL Fully Loaded
19 Aaron Thomas 2 September 23, 2000 64 Williamsville, IL Unforgiven
20 Top-Hat Tom 2 November 25, 2000 70 Williamsville, IL Survivor Series
21 Chase Harris 1 February 2, 2001 14 Williamsville, IL Friday Night Rare This was a triple threat match, including Paul Cooper.
22 Tazz 1 February 16, 2001 8 Williamsville, IL Friday Night Rare Tazz lied about his weight class to Mr. McQuality to obtain a title shot.
23 Heigert 1 February 24, 2001 29 Williamsville, IL No Way Out
24 Turnbull 2 March 24, 2001 65 Williamsville, IL WrestleFest IV
25 Max Turner 1 May 27, 2001 <1 Williamsville, IL Judgment Day
VACANT May 27, 2001 The championship is vacated after Judgment Day as the WWF is closed down.
26 X-Pac 1 August 28, 2001 33 N/A EIWF Arena The championship was decided during an EIWF show when the WWF took over for a work. This match involved Max Turner.
27 Krazy Kid 1 September 29, 2001 21 N/A EIWF Uprising This was a champion vs. champion match with the EIWF Light Heavyweight Championship on the line.
28 Christian 1 October 19, 2001 18 N/A EIWF Arena
29 Edge 1 November 5, 2001 7 N/A EIWF Arena Psycho allows Edge to compete for the title despite him being over the weight limit.
30 Christian 2 November 12, 2001 2 N/A EIWF Arena
31 X-Pac 2 November 14, 2001 34 N/A EIWF Arena
32 Krazy Kid 2 December 17, 2001 36 N/A EIWF Final Countdown The EIWF Light Heavyweight Championship was unified with the WWF Cruiserweight Championship in this match.
VACANT January 21, 2002 The EIWF was shutdown after the entire roster walked out. The WWF reopened not too long after its closure.
33 X-Pac 3 January 21, 2002 85 Williamsville, IL Monday Night Rare X-Pac defeated Krazy Kid to become the champion.
34 Slappy 1 April 15, 2002 36 Providence, RI Monday Night Rare
35 Krazy Kid 3 May 20, 2002 6 Memphis, TN Monday Night Rare This was a triple threat match, including X-Pac.
36 X-Pac 4 May 26, 2002 772 Nashville, TN Judgment Day X-Pac holds the title for two whole years while the company was on hiatus. When it reopens in 2004 he returns as the champion.
37 Slappy 2 July 5, 2004 119 Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada Monday Night Rare
RETIRED October 31, 2004 The championship is retired after the 2004 run of the WWF.

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