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Hey guys, here is a list of all WWE champions, gimme green rep yeah??



# Wrestlers Reign Date Days
held Location Event Notes Ref.
— Antonio Inoki 1† November 30, 1979 6 Tokushima, Japan House show [18]
— Vacated† — December 6, 1979 — Tokushima, Japan House show Inoki immediately vacated the title after a rematch with Backlund ended in a no contest. [18]
— Bob Backlund † December 17, 1979 1470 New York, NY House show Defeated Bobby Duncum in a Texas Death match. During this reign a controversial ending to a bout between Backlund and Greg Valentine took place on 10/19/81 in Madison Square Garden, in which the dazed referee raised Valentine's arm in victory, thinking it was Backlund, after the champion had scored the pinfall. A rematch was held at MSG on 11/23/81 with Backlund defeating Valentine. Backlund defended the belt in other arenas between the two matches taking place, indicating that he was still the recognized champion. [18]
— Vacated — February 5, 1988 — Indianapolis, IN The Main Event I Immediately after winning the title from Hogan, André sold the title to Ted DiBiase; President Jack Tunney nullified this decision, and vacated the title. [21]
— Vacated — December 4, 1991 — N/A WWF Superstars of Wrestling Hogan was stripped of the title by WWF President Jack Tunney due to the controversy surrounding both of the previous title changes. This aired December 7, 1991. [28]
— Vacated — February 13, 1997 — Lowell, MA Raw Michaels forfeited the title due to a knee injury. [42]
— Vacated — September 27, 1998 — Hamilton, ON Breakdown: In Your House Vacated after Kane and The Undertaker simultaneously pinned Austin in a triple threat match. A subsequent match for the vacant title at Judgment Day: In Your House between Kane and The Undertaker ended in a no-contest.[51] [50]
— Vacated — September 20, 1999 — Houston, TX Raw is War McMahon vacated the title. [62]
— Vacated — October 2, 2007 — Dayton, OH ECW on Sci Fi Vacated when Cena suffered a torn right pectoral tendon on the October 1 edition of Raw. [100]
— Vacated — June 9, 2009 — N/A Announced on WWE.com Vacated when Batista suffered a torn left biceps. [119]
1 Buddy Rogers 1 April 25, 1963 22 Rio de Janeiro, Brazil N/A Won an apocryphal tournament in Rio de Janeiro after the WWWF left the National Wrestling Alliance, of which Rogers was champion. [9]
2 Bruno Sammartino 1 May 17, 1963 2803 New York, NY House show Held title for over seven years, a record for professional wrestling world champions. [10]
3 Ivan Koloff 1 January 18, 1971 21 New York, NY House show [11]
4 Pedro Morales 1 February 8, 1971 1027 New York, NY House show Title renamed WWWF Heavyweight Championship when WWWF rejoined the NWA in 1971. [12]
5 Stan Stasiak 1 December 1, 1973 9 Philadelphia, PA House show First time the WWWF title changed hands at a live event outside New York City. [13]
6 Bruno Sammartino 2 December 10, 1973 1237 New York, NY House show [14]
7 Billy Graham 1 April 30, 1977 296 Baltimore, MD House show [15]
8 Bob Backlund 1 February 20, 1978 2135
(648)† New York, NY House show The title was renamed the WWF Heavyweight Championship when the World Wide Wrestling Federation became the World Wrestling Federation in March 1979. WWE does not recognize succedent reigns prior to Backlund's loss to The Iron Sheik. [16][17]
9 The Iron Sheik 1 December 26, 1983 28 New York, NY House show Iron Sheik won by forfeit after Backlund's manager Arnold Skaaland threw in the towel on his behalf to prevent any major injury as a result of Sheik's signature move "The Camel Clutch", but Bob Backlund never officially submitted. [19]
10 Hulk Hogan 1 January 23, 1984 1474 New York, NY House show [20]
11 André the Giant 1 February 5, 1988 0 Indianapolis, IN The Main Event I [21]
12 Randy Savage 1 March 27, 1988 371 Atlantic City, NJ WrestleMania IV Defeated Ted DiBiase in a tournament finals to win the vacant title. [22]
13 Hulk Hogan 2 April 2, 1989 364 Atlantic City, NJ WrestleMania V [23]
14 The Ultimate Warrior 1 April 1, 1990 293 Toronto, ON WrestleMania VI This match was also for Warrior's WWF Intercontinental Championship. [24]
15 Sgt. Slaughter 1 January 19, 1991 64 Miami, FL Royal Rumble (1991) [25]
16 Hulk Hogan 3 March 24, 1991 248 Los Angeles, CA WrestleMania VII [26]
17 The Undertaker 1 November 27, 1991 6 Detroit, MI Survivor Series (1991) [27]
18 Hulk Hogan 4 December 3, 1991 1 San Antonio, TX This Tuesday in Texas [28]
19 Ric Flair 1 January 19, 1992 77 Albany, NY Royal Rumble (1992) Won the Royal Rumble match by last eliminating Sid Justice. [29]
20 Randy Savage 2 April 5, 1992 149 Indianapolis, IN WrestleMania VIII [30]
21 Ric Flair 2 September 1, 1992 41 Hershey, PA Prime Time Wrestling Aired on September 14, 1992. [31]
22 Bret Hart 1 October 12, 1992 174 Saskatoon, SK House show [32]
23 Yokozuna 1 April 4, 1993 0 Las Vegas, NV WrestleMania IX [33]
24 Hulk Hogan 5 April 4, 1993 70 Las Vegas, NV WrestleMania IX Won the title in 22 seconds. [34]
25 Yokozuna 2 June 13, 1993 280 Dayton, OH King of the Ring (1993) [35]
26 Bret Hart 2 March 20, 1994 248 New York, NY WrestleMania X Roddy Piper was the guest referee. [36]
27 Bob Backlund 2 November 23, 1994 3 San Antonio, TX Survivor Series (1994) This was a "Throw in the Towel" submission match; the only way to win was to have the opponent's cornerman throw a towel into the ring. [37]
28 Diesel 1 November 26, 1994 358 New York, NY House show Diesel defeated Backlund in eight seconds, marking the fastest WWF/E Championship match in history and the last time the title changed hands at an untelevised event. [38]
29 Bret Hart 3 November 19, 1995 133 Landover, MD Survivor Series (1995) This was a no-disqualification match. [39]
30 Shawn Michaels 1 March 31, 1996 231 Anaheim, CA WrestleMania XII This was a 60-minute Iron Man match, which Michaels won in overtime after a 0–0 draw. [40]
31 Sycho Sid 1 November 17, 1996 63 New York, NY Survivor Series (1996) [41]
32 Shawn Michaels 2 January 19, 1997 25 San Antonio, TX Royal Rumble (1997) [42]
33 Bret Hart 4 February 16, 1997 1 Chattanooga, TN In Your House 13: Final Four This was a four-way elimination match also involving Steve Austin, The Undertaker and Vader. [43]
34 Sycho Sid 2 February 17, 1997 34 Nashville, TN Raw [44]
35 The Undertaker 2 March 23, 1997 133 Rosemont, IL WrestleMania 13 This was a no-disqualification match. [45]
36 Bret Hart 5 August 3, 1997 98 East Rutherford, NJ SummerSlam (1997) Shawn Michaels was the guest referee. [46]
37 Shawn Michaels 3 November 9, 1997 140 Montreal, QC Survivor Series (1997) Won the title in the Montreal Screwjob. [47]
38 Stone Cold Steve Austin 1 March 29, 1998 91 Boston, MA WrestleMania XIV Mike Tyson was the special outside enforcer. [48]
39 Kane 1 June 28, 1998 1 Pittsburgh, PA King of the Ring (1998) This was a first blood match. [49]
40 Stone Cold Steve Austin 2 June 29, 1998 90 Cleveland, OH Raw is War [50]
41 The Rock 1 November 15, 1998 44 St. Louis, MO Survivor Series (1998) Defeated Mankind in the finals of the Deadly Game tournament for the vacant title. [52]
42 Mankind 1 December 29, 1998 26 Worcester, MA Raw is War This was a no-disqualification match. Aired on January 4, 1999. [53]
43 The Rock 2 January 24, 1999 2 Anaheim, CA Royal Rumble (1999) This was an "I Quit" match. [54]
44 Mankind 2 January 26, 1999 20 Tucson, AZ Halftime Heat This was an empty arena match that aired as a special during halftime of Super Bowl XXXIII on January 31, 1999. [55]
45 The Rock 3 February 15, 1999 41 Birmingham, AL Raw is War This was a ladder match. [56]
46 Stone Cold Steve Austin 3 March 28, 1999 56 Philadelphia, PA WrestleMania XV Mankind was the special guest referee. This was also a no-disqualification match. [57]
47 The Undertaker 3 May 23, 1999 36 Kansas City, MO Over the Edge (1999) Both Vince and Shane McMahon were special guest referees. [58]
48 Stone Cold Steve Austin 4 June 28, 1999 55 Charlotte, NC Raw is War [59]
49 Mankind 3 August 22, 1999 1 Minneapolis, MN SummerSlam (1999) This was a triple threat match also involving Triple H, with Jesse Ventura as guest referee. [60]
50 Triple H 1 August 23, 1999 22 Ames, IA Raw is War Shane McMahon was the special guest referee. [61]
51 Vince McMahon 1 September 14, 1999 6 Las Vegas, NV SmackDown Aired on September 16, 1999 with Shane McMahon as special guest referee. [62]
52 Triple H 2 September 26, 1999 49 Charlotte, NC Unforgiven (1999) This was a Six-Pack Challenge match, also involving The Rock, Mankind, Big Show, The British Bulldog and Kane. Stone Cold Steve Austin was the special outside enforcer. [63]
53 Big Show 1 November 14, 1999 50 Detroit, MI Survivor Series (1999) This was a triple threat match, also involving The Rock. [64]
54 Triple H 3 January 3, 2000 118 Miami, FL Raw is War On April 17, 2000, Chris Jericho defeated Triple H for the WWF Championship after Earl Hebner's fast-count. Later that night, Triple H forced Hebner to reverse the decision, nullifying Jericho's reign and continuing Triple H's. [65]
55 The Rock 4 April 30, 2000 21 Washington, D.C. Backlash (2000) Shane McMahon was the special guest referee. [66]
56 Triple H 4 May 21, 2000 35 Louisville, KY Judgment Day This was a 60-minute Iron Man match, which Triple H won 6–5 with Shawn Michaels as the Special guest referee. [67]
57 The Rock 5 June 25, 2000 119 Boston, MA King of the Ring (2000) This was a six-man tag team match with The Rock, The Undertaker and Kane vs. Triple H, Mr. McMahon and Shane McMahon. The Rock pinned Mr. McMahon to win Triple H's title. [68]
58 Kurt Angle 1 October 22, 2000 126 Albany, NY No Mercy (2000) This was a no-disqualification match. [69]
59 The Rock 6 February 25, 2001 35 Las Vegas, NV No Way Out (2001) [70]
60 Stone Cold Steve Austin 5 April 1, 2001 175 Houston, TX WrestleMania X-Seven This was a no-disqualification match. [71]
61 Kurt Angle 2 September 23, 2001 15 Pittsburgh, PA Unforgiven (2001) [72]
62 Stone Cold Steve Austin 6 October 8, 2001 62 Indianapolis, IN Raw [73]
63 Chris Jericho 1 December 9, 2001 98 San Diego, CA Vengeance (2001) Earlier that night, Jericho had already defeated (WCW) World Heavyweight Champion The Rock for that title. By defeating Austin for the WWF Championship, he unified both titles as the Undisputed Championship. [74]
64 Triple H 5 March 17, 2002 35 Toronto, ON WrestleMania X8 [75]
65 Hulk Hogan 6 April 21, 2002 28 Kansas City, MO Backlash (2002) The title was renamed the WWE Undisputed Championship on May 6, 2002 after World Wrestling Federation Entertainment, Inc. settled a lawsuit with the World Wide Fund for Nature, and became simply World Wrestling Entertainment. [76]
66 The Undertaker 4 May 19, 2002 63 Nashville, TN Judgment Day (2002) [77]
67 The Rock 7 July 21, 2002 35 Detroit, MI Vengeance (2002) This was a triple threat match, also involving Kurt Angle. [78]
68 Brock Lesnar 1 August 25, 2002 84 Uniondale, NY SummerSlam (2002) "Undisputed" was removed from the title's name after it became exclusive to the SmackDown! brand on September 2, 2002, which resulted in the creation of the World Heavyweight Championship for the Raw brand. Became the youngest champion in history [79]
69 Big Show 2 November 17, 2002 28 New York, NY Survivor Series (2002) [80]
70 Kurt Angle 3 December 15, 2002 105 Sunrise, FL Armageddon (2002) [81]
71 Brock Lesnar 2 March 30, 2003 119 Seattle, WA WrestleMania XIX [82]
72 Kurt Angle 4 July 27, 2003 51 Denver, CO Vengeance (2003) This was a triple threat match, also involving Big Show. [83]
73 Brock Lesnar 3 September 16, 2003 152 Raleigh, NC SmackDown! This was a 60-minute Iron Man match, aired September 18, 2003 on SmackDown!. [84]
74 Eddie Guerrero 1 February 15, 2004 133 Daly City, CA No Way Out (2004) [85][86]
75 John "Bradshaw" Layfield 1 June 27, 2004 280 Norfolk, VA The Great American Bash (2004) This was a Texas Bullrope match. Longest WWE Championship reign in SmackDown! history. [87][88]
76 John Cena 1 April 3, 2005 280 Los Angeles, CA WrestleMania 21 The title became exclusive on the Raw brand on June 6, 2005 when Cena was drafted to Raw as the first pick in the 2005 Draft Lottery. [89][90]
77 Edge 1 January 8, 2006 21 Albany, NY New Year's Revolution (2006) Cashed in his "Money in the Bank" contract from WrestleMania 21 immediately after Cena won an Elimination Chamber match. [91][92]
78 John Cena 2 January 29, 2006 133 Miami, FL Royal Rumble (2006) [93][94]
79 Rob Van Dam 1 June 11, 2006 22 New York, NY ECW One Night Stand (2006) Cashed in his "Money in the Bank" contract from WrestleMania 22. This was an Extreme Rules match. The title became property of the ECW brand. Van Dam Became the first person to hold both WWE and ECW World Championship. [95][96]
80 Edge 2 July 3, 2006 76 Philadelphia, PA Raw This was a triple threat match, also involving John Cena. The title became exclusive on the Raw brand. [97][98]
81 John Cena 3 September 17, 2006 380 Toronto, ON Unforgiven (2006) This was a tables, ladders, and chairs match. [99]
82 Randy Orton 1 October 7, 2007 0 Rosemont, IL No Mercy (2007) Awarded the title by Mr. McMahon. [101][102]
83 Triple H 6 October 7, 2007 0 Rosemont, IL No Mercy (2007) [102][103]
84 Randy Orton 2 October 7, 2007 203 Rosemont, IL No Mercy (2007) This was a Last Man Standing match. [102][104]
85 Triple H 7 April 27, 2008 210 Baltimore, MD Backlash (2008) This was a Fatal-Four Way Elimination match, also involving John Cena and John "Bradshaw" Layfield. The title became a SmackDown exclusive title once again when Triple H was drafted to SmackDown! on June 23, 2008. [105][106]
86 Edge 3 November 23, 2008 21 Boston, MA Survivor Series (2008) This was a triple threat match, also involving Vladimir Kozlov. Jeff Hardy had originally been scheduled to take part in the match, but did not participate after, in storyline, was assaulted in the stairwell of his hotel prior to the event. Triple H and Kozlov started off in the match, and Edge was revealed as Hardy's surprise replacement, and won the championship. [107][108]
87 Jeff Hardy 1 December 14, 2008 42 Buffalo, NY Armageddon This was a triple threat match, also involving Triple H. [109][110]
88 Edge 4 January 25, 2009 21 Detroit, MI Royal Rumble (2009) This was a no-disqualification match. [111][112]
89 Triple H 8 February 15, 2009 70 Seattle, WA No Way Out (2009) This was a Elimination Chamber match, also involving Jeff Hardy, Vladimir Kozlov, The Undertaker and Big Show. The title became a Raw exclusive title once again when Triple H was drafted to Raw on April 13, 2009. [113][114]
90 Randy Orton 3 April 26, 2009 42 Providence, RI Backlash (2009) Won a six-man tag team match in which Orton would win the championship if his team won. [115][116]
91 Batista 1 June 7, 2009 2 New Orleans, LA Extreme Rules (2009) This was a Steel Cage match. [117][118]
92 Randy Orton 4 June 15, 2009 90 Charlotte, NC Raw This was a Fatal Four-Way match also involving Triple H, John Cena and Big Show. [120][121]
93 John Cena 4 September 13, 2009 21 Montreal, QC WWE Breaking Point This was an "I Quit" match. If anyone interfered on Orton's behalf, he would have automatically lost the title. [122][123]
94 Randy Orton 5 October 4, 2009 21 Newark, NJ Hell in a Cell (2009) This was a Hell in a Cell match. [124][125]
95 John Cena 5 October 25, 2009 49 Pittsburgh, PA Bragging Rights (2009) This was a 60-Minute Anything Goes Iron Man match. If Cena lost, he would have had to leave the Raw brand. [126][127]
96 Sheamus 1 December 13, 2009 70 San Antonio, TX TLC: Tables, Ladders & Chairs (2009) This was a Tables match. [128][129]
97 John Cena 6 February 21, 2010 0 St. Louis, MO Elimination Chamber (2010) This was an Elimination Chamber match, also involving Triple H, Randy Orton, Ted DiBiase and Kofi Kingston. [130]
98 Batista 2 February 21, 2010 35 St. Louis, MO Elimination Chamber (2010) Awarded a title shot by Mr. McMahon immediately after Cena won the Elimination Chamber match. [131]
99 John Cena 7 March 28, 2010 84 Glendale, AZ WrestleMania XXVI Title was returned solely to the Raw brand. [132]
100 Sheamus 2 June 20, 2010 91 Uniondale, NY WWE Fatal 4-Way This was a Fatal Four-Way match also involving Edge and Randy Orton. [133]
101 Randy Orton 6 September 19, 2010 64 Rosemont, IL Night of Champions (2010) This was a Six-Pack Challenge Elimination match also involving Edge, John Cena, Chris Jericho and Wade Barrett. [134]
102 The Miz 1 November 22, 2010 160 Orlando, FL Raw The Miz cashed in his Money in the Bank contract after Randy Orton successfully defended the WWE Championship against Wade Barrett. [135]
103 John Cena 8 May 1, 2011 77 Tampa, FL Extreme Rules (2011) This was a Triple Threat Steel Cage match also involving John Morrison. [136]
104 CM Punk 1 July 17, 2011 28 Rosemont, IL Money in the Bank (2011) Punk was scripted to leave WWE the day after with the championship. He returned on the July 25 episode of Raw; his reign was deemed to continue through this period. [137]
105 Rey Mysterio
(and CM Punk) 1
(1) July 25, 2011 0 Hampton, VA Raw Rey Mysterio defeated The Miz in the final of an eight man tournament to crown a new champion. CM Punk was also the WWE Champion at this time. [138]
106 John Cena
(and CM Punk) 9
(1) July 25, 2011 20 Hampton, VA Raw Cena defeated Mysterio later that same night. CM Punk, who returned immediately following the match, was also the WWE Champion at this time; he defeated Cena at SummerSlam to become the undisputed champion. [139]
107 Alberto Del Rio 1 August 14, 2011 35 Los Angeles, CA SummerSlam (2011) Cashed in his Money in the Bank contract and defeated CM Punk, who had just become the undisputed WWE Champion after defeating John Cena. [140]
108 John Cena 10 September 18, 2011 14 Buffalo, NY Night of Champions (2011) [141]
109 Alberto Del Rio 2 October 2, 2011 49 New Orleans, LA Hell in a Cell (2011) This was a Triple Threat Hell in a Cell match also involving CM Punk. [142]
110 CM Punk 2 November 20, 2011 426+ New York, NY Survivor Series (2011) The longest reign in last 25 years. [143]
[edit]List of combined reigns



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