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The Williamsville Wrestling Federation Hardcore Championship is a mid-tier championship where every match is held in a Falls Count Anywhere Extreme Rules Match. In 2002, a 24 hour/7 days a week defense clause was created where anyone if they had a referee could go for the title at any time.

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 Josiah 1 January 2, 1998 86 Williamsville, IL Friday Night Rare Josiah defeated B.F.O. Steve to become the inaugural champion.
2 Aaron Thomas 1 March 28, 1998 57 Williamsville, IL WrestleFest
3 Eric Wolfe 1 May 23, 1998 36 Williamsville, IL Judgment Day This was a triple threat match including Galina.
4 Matt McQuality 1 June 27, 1998 29 Williamsville, IL King of the Ring
5 Norman Smiley 1 July 25, 1998 64 Williamsville, IL Fully Loaded This was a triple threat tables match including Mark Little.
6 DeLong 1 September 26, 1998 7 Williamsville, IL Unforgiven
7 B.F.O. Kyle 1 October 2, 1998 22 Williamsville, IL Friday Night Rare
8 Hades 1 October 24, 1998 107 Williamsville, IL  No Mercy
9 Cousin Jed 1 February 5, 1999 64 Williamsville, IL Friday Night Rare
10 Matt McQuality 2 April 9, 1999 29 Williamsville, IL Friday Night Rare
11 Sean Bull 1 May 7, 1999 14 Williamsville, IL Friday Night Rare
12 Norman Smiley 2 May 22, 1999 64 Williamsville, IL Judgment Day
13 Paul Cooper 1 July 24, 1999 92 Williamsville, IL Fully Loaded
14 Norman Smiley 3 October 23, 1999 42 Williamsville, IL No Mercy
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.
15 Norman Smiley 4 December 26, 1999 20 Williamsville, IL Armageddon Norman defeated Cousin Jed in the tournament finals.
16 John Pipkin 1 January 14, 2000 7 Williamsville, IL Friday Night Rare This was a tag team match with Pipkin as Norman's partner opposing Richard Leemans and Lonnie Haney.
17 Taz 1 January 21, 2000 15 Williamsville, IL Friday Night Rare
18 The Bacher 1 February 4, 2000 51 Williamsville, IL Friday Night Rare
19 Booker T 1 March 25, 2000 64 Williamsville, IL WrestleFest III This was a six-man tag team match with Mark Little and Stevie Ray as Booker's partners and Mike Lazoen & Madam Shoes as Bacher's.
20 Galina 1 May 27, 2000 57 Williamsville, IL Judgment Day This was a triple threat match including Matt McQuality.
21 Richard Leemans 1 July 22, 2000 36 Williamsville, IL Fully Loaded
22 Taz 2 August 26, 2000 31 Williamsville, IL SummerSlam
23 Norman Smiley 5 September 23, 2000 36 Williamsville, IL Unforgiven This a was a title vs. title match including the WWF Television Championship.
24 Matt McQuality 3 October 28, 2000 29 Williamsville, IL No Mercy
25 Stevie Ray 1 November 25, 2000 7 Williamsville, IL Survivor Series Harlem Heat challenged Ron Popeil's team to a "Harlem Beatdown" Match - a.k.a. an 8-person tag 2/3 falls match. The first fall was for the WWF Intercontinental Championship while the second was for the Intercontinental Championship. Stevie Ray won the first fall and Fluisa won the second. Booker T was also on Harlem Heat's team.
26 Mark Little 1 December 1, 2000 22 Williamsvile, IL Friday Night Rare
27 Fluisa 1 December 23, 2000 36 Williamsville, IL Armageddon
28 Ivory 1 January 27, 2001 92 Williamsville, IL Royal Rumble This was originally suppose to be Norman Smiley vs. Fluisa, but Norman was injured before the match by Rambo Mitts and his crew.
29 Ron Popeil 1 April 28, 2001 30 Williamsville, IL Whiplash
30 Ted Guthrie 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. In January 2002, the title is reestablished as it reopens following the war against the EIWF.
31 Taz 3 January 27, 2002 3 Atlanta, GA Royal Rumble Taz defeated Slappy to become the champion. The 24/7 Rule is established.
32 Angel Zoelzer 1 January 30, 2002 3 Washington, VA House Show
33 Mark Little 2 February 2, 2002 1 Richmond, VA Saturday Night Destiny
34 Adrian Pollack 1 February 3, 2002 6 Richmond, VA Sunday Night Breeze
35 Ivory 2 February 9, 2002 <1 Las Vegas, NV Saturday Night Destiny
36 Adrian Pollack 2 February 9, 2002 1 Las Vegas, NV Saturday Night Destiny
37 Slappy 1 February 10, 2002 1 Los Angeles, CA Sunday Night Breeze
38 Taz 4 February 11, 2002 <1 Jonesboro, AZ Monday Night Rare
39 Rob Zombie 1 February 11, 2002 <1 Jonesboro, AZ Monday Night Rare
40 Ernest "The Cat" Miller 1 February 11, 2002 <1 Jonesboro, AZ Monday Night Rare
VACANT February 11, 2002 Jonesboro, AZ Monday Night Rare Ernest Miller vacates the title as he is not an active wrestler.
41 Rambo Mitts 1 February 17, 2002 15 Milwaukee, WI Sunday Night Breeze Ernest Miller awards Mitts the championship.
42 Goldust 1 March 3, 2002 <1 Boston, MA Sunday Night Breeze
43 Max Turner 1 March 3, 2002 <1 Boston, MA Sunday Night Breeze
44 Rambo Mitts 2 March 3, 2002 21 Boston, MA Sunday Night Breeze
45 Scott Whiteman 1 March 24, 2002 <1 Williamsville, IL WrestleFest V This was a 10 minute 7-man free-for-all including Max Turner, Goldust, Chris Jericho, Sully Godsmack, and Slappy.
46 Max Turner 2 March 24, 2002 <1 Williamsville, IL WrestleFest V This was a 10 minute 7-man free-for-all including Max Turner, Goldust, Chris Jericho, Sully Godsmack, and Slappy.
47 Chris Jericho 1 March 24, 2002 <1 Williamsville, IL WrestleFest V This was a 10 minute 7-man free-for-all including Max Turner, Goldust, Chris Jericho, Sully Godsmack, and Slappy.
48 Rambo Mitts 3 March 24, 2002 <1 Williamsville, IL WrestleFest V This was a 10 minute 7-man free-for-all including Max Turner, Goldust, Chris Jericho, Sully Godsmack, and Slappy.
49 Max Turner 3 March 24, 2002 <1 Williamsville, IL WrestleFest V This was a 10 minute 7-man free-for-all including Max Turner, Goldust, Chris Jericho, Sully Godsmack, and Slappy.
50 Rambo Mitts 4 March 24, 2002 <1 Williamsville, IL WrestleFest V This was a 10 minute 7-man free-for-all including Max Turner, Goldust, Chris Jericho, Sully Godsmack, and Slappy.
51 Slappy 2 March 24, 2002 36 Williamsville, IL WrestleFest V This was a 10 minute 7-man free-for-all including Max Turner, Goldust, Chris Jericho, Sully Godsmack, and Slappy. The 24/7 Rule is abolished after the match.
52 Pritch Nasty 1 April 28, 2002 121 Kansas City, MS Whiplash
53 Fluisa 2 August 26, 2002 723 New York, NY Monday Night Rare Fluisa holds the title for two whole years while the company was on hiatus. When it reopens in 2004 she returns as the champion.
54 Green Goblin/Willem Dafoe 1 August 17, 2004 41 Bismarck, ND Monday Night Rare
55 Big Show 1 September 26, 2004 36 Portland, OR Redemption This was a fatal four-way match including Taz and the Undertaker. Goblin replaced himself with Marisa Mazzola-McMahon sometime during the match to avoid being unmasked.
VACANT October 31, 2004 The title is vacated following Trick or Treat.
56 Gemini Drake 1 November 5, 2007 <1 Williamsville, IL Monday Night Rare Gemini bought the championship off of Slappy and Meeko in a backstage segment. What they neglected to tell him was by reinstating the title the 24/7 Rule is back in effect.
57 George Hall 1 November 5, 2007 <1 Williamsville, IL Monday Night Rare
58 Cletus B. Grizzly 1 November 5, 2007 <1 Williamsville, IL Monday Night Rare
59 Andy Orton 1 November 5, 2007 <1 Williamsville, IL Monday Night Rare
60 Kendall 1 November 5, 2007 20 Williamsville, IL Monday Night Rare
61 Gen 1 November 25, 2007 29 Miami, FL Survivor Series This was a backstage segment shot before the show closed out.
62 Big Show 2 December 23, 2007 16 Pittsburg, PA Armageddon
63 Fred Richmond 1 January 7, 2008 <1 Williamsville, IL Monday Night Rare
64 Stacy Richmond 1 January 7, 2008 <1 Williamsville, IL Monday Night Rare
65 Jonathan Coachman 1 January 7, 2008 <1 Williamsville, IL Monday Night Rare
66 C.M. Smokey 1 January 7, 2008 <1 Williamsville, IL Monday Night Rare
67 Kendall 2 January 7, 2008 <1 Williamsville, IL Monday Night Rare
68 Sam 1 January 7, 2008 <1 Williamsville, IL Monday Night Rare
69 Bertha Butchwood 1 January 7, 2008 <1 Williamsville, IL Monday Night Rare
70 Jonathan Coachman 2 January 7, 2008 <1 Williamsville, IL Monday Night Rare
71 Chris Jericho 2 January 7, 2008 <1 Williamsville, IL Monday Night Rare
72 C.M. Smokey 2 January 7, 2008 20 Williamsville, IL Monday Night Rare
73 Cletus B. Grizzly 2 January 27, 2008 <1 New York, NY Royal Rumble
74 Kristi 1 January 27, 2008 <1 New York, NY Royal Rumble
75 Amber 1 January 27, 2008 <1 New York, NY Royal Rumble
76 Adam Tayeh 1 January 27, 2008 <1 New York, NY Royal Rumble
77 Lee Downs 1 January 27, 2008 <1 New York, NY Royal Rumble
78 Lucky 1 January 27, 2008 <1 New York, NY Royal Rumble
79 C.M. Smokey 3 January 27, 2008 28 New York, NY Royal Rumble The 24/7 Rule is abolished following the Royal Rumble.
80 Eddie Hordong 1 February 24, 2008 16 Las Vegas, NV No Way Out
81 C.M. Smokey 4 March 10, 2008 7 Williamsville, IL Monday Night Rare
82 Gemini Drake 2 March 17, 2008 <1 Williamsville, IL Monday Night Rare
RETIRED March 17, 2008 Williamsville, IL Monday Night Rare The Hardcore Championship is unified with the Intercontinental Championship.

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