Continued to defend title on shows by Wrestling Enterprises (as All Star then known) for some months after 1974 "retirement" from Joint. The championship begins to be referred to as the British Heavyweight Championship during this reign. Regular Price $330.00 Sale Price $214.50. Some claim Garnon's first reign began one year earlier. Vacated when Oakeley retired due to injuries, Michael O'Leary was killed during the outbreak of the. Undisputed British Heavyweight Championship, British Empire/Commonwealth Mid-Heavyweight Championship, British Empire/Commonwealth Light Heavyweight Championship, British Empire/Commonwealth Middleweight Championship, British Empire/Commonwealth Lightweight Championship, This page was last edited on 22 August 2020, at 21:16. This is the combined list of different versions of the British Heavyweight Titles, each of which was probably the most significant version at the time. Assirati had been claiming the title since 1940. Championship vacated for undocumented reasons. The current title was formed after the IPW:UK Championship and the All-England Championship were unified into the Undisputed British Heavyweight Championship, but later became known as simply the British Heavyweight Championship after RPW separated itself from International Pro Wrestling: United Kingdom (IPW:UK). defeated Joint Promotions British Heavyweight Champion Dalibur Singh to become undisputed British Heavyweight Champion and unify the two titles Dave "Fit" Finlay: 1 February 6, 1990: Croydon Dave Taylor: 1 April 6, 1991: King's Lynn Tony St. Clair: 3 May 4, 1993: Croydon vacated the title in 1995: Dave Taylor: 2 July 4, 1995: Croydon See also. September 7, 2020 Monday Night RAW results, IWGP Junior Heavyweight Tag Team Championship, ASW British Heavyweight Championship at CAGEMATCH.net, https://prowrestling.fandom.com/wiki/ASW_British_Heavyweight_Championship?oldid=1305763. Each version may or may not be connected to another. [1][2] Pre-publicity for these championship match broadcasts was given in ITV's nationally published listings magazine TVTimes.[3][4]. The title was created and debuted on July 16, 2005 and is the promotion's principal championship. Defeats Zebra Kid in a tournament final to be recognized as Universal British champion by All Star, TWA, FWA, WAW, and Premiere Promotions; defeats TWA version champion Justin Starr in earlier round. Take your favorite fandoms with you and never miss a beat. The British Heavyweight Championship is a professional wrestling championship owned by … The British Heavyweight Championship is a top British wrestling championship found throughout the country's circuit. Championship vacated due to a knee injury. Unified the IPW:UK Championship and the All-England Championship into the Undisputed British Heavyweight Championship. Championship vacated when Wall retires completely. Claiming title by 2001. On 10 July 2002 All-Star's Champion, Doug Williams along with other top title holding wrestlers entered into a tournament to be recognised as Universal British Heavyweight Champion by The Wrestling Alliance, Frontier Wrestling Alliance, World Association of Wrestling, All Star Wrestling, and Premier Promotions. No direct lineage to above Albert Wall splinter claim. RevPro Undisputed British Heavyweight Championship (since xx.xx.2017) RevPro British Heavyweight Championship (15.09.2012 - xx.xx.2017) Promotions: Revolution Pro Wrestling (15.09.2012 - today) Title Holders #14 Will Ospreay 14.02.2020 - today (222 days) Matches London, England, UK #13