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                              ECW World Television Title
 
            NWA Eastern Championship Wrestling Television Title
                        (August 12, 1992 - August, 1994)  
           Extreme Championship Wrestling World Television Title
                        (September 1994 - April 11, 2001)

        Name                           Date   Location               Notes 
 
 1. Johnny Hotbody           August 12, 1992  Philadelphia, PA      1
      
                                     Title Vacant
 
 2. Glenn Osbourne        September 30, 1992   Philadelphia, PA    2
   
                                     Title Vacant 

 3. Jimmy Snuka                  March 12, 1993          Radnor, PA   3
   
 4. Terry Funk                    October 1, 1993   Philadelphia, PA
 
 5. Sabu                        November 13, 1993   Philadelphia, PA     4   
 
 6. Tazmaniac                       March 6, 1994   Philadelphia, PA    
 
 7. J.T. Smith                        March 6, 1994   Philadelphia, PA
 
 8. Pitbull #1                          April 16, 1994   Philadelphia, PA
 
 9.  Mikey Whipwreck               May 13, 1994   Philadelphia, PA 
 
10. Jason Knight                  August 13, 1994   Philadelphia, PA
 
11. 2 Cold Scorpio             November 4, 1994     Hamburg, PA 
 
12. Dean Malenko              November 4, 1994     Hamburg, PA
 
13. 2 Cold Scorpio                 March 18, 1995   Philadelphia, PA 
 
14. Eddy Guerrero                     April 8, 1995   Philadelphia, PA
 
15. Dean Malenko                    July 21, 1995          Tampa, FL
 
16. Eddy Guerrero                    July 28, 1995    Middletown, NY
 
17. 2 Cold Scorpio                August 25, 1995    Jim Thorpe, PA
 
18. Mikey Whipwreck         December 29, 1995      New York, NY
 
19. 2 Cold Scorpio                 January 5, 1996   Philadelphia, PA
 
20. Shane Douglas                    May 11, 1996   Philadelphia, PA
 
21. Pitbull #2                            June 1, 1996   Philadelphia, PA
 
22. Chris Jericho                      June 22, 1996   Philadelphia, PA
 
23. Shane Douglas                    July 13, 1996   Philadelphia, PA     5 
 
24. Taz                                   June 7, 1997   Philadelphia, PA
 
25. Bam Bam Bigelow               March 1, 1998   Asbury Park, NJ
 
26. Rob Van Dam                       April 4, 1998         Buffalo,  NY   
 
                                          Title Vacant
 
27. Super Crazy                    March 12, 2000        Danbury, CT    6  
 
28. Yoshihiro Tajiri                     April 8, 2000          Buffalo, NY    7  
 
29. Rhino                                April 22, 2000    Philadelphia, PA
 
30. Kid Kash                        August 26, 2000          Queens, NY     
 
31. Rhino                         September 9, 2000    Mississauga, Ontario
                                                                            Canada  
 
                                   Title Defunct - January, 2001
 
Notes:  
     1. Johnny Hotbody beat Larry Winters for the title.
        Title was then vacated on September 12, 1992  
        because Hotbody broke his ankle in his title victory. 
     2. Glenn Osbourne defeated The Sandman in a tournament
         final. Title was vacated in February of 1993.
     3. Jimmy Snuka beat Glenn Osbourne in a tournament final
         to win title.
     4. Sabu pinned Terry Funk in a tag match where the title
         was at stake.
     5. Shane Douglas defeated Chris Jericho, Pitbull #2, and
         2 Cold Scorpio in a 4-man elimination match.
     6. Rob Van Dam was stripped of the title on March 11, 2000
         due to an injury. Super Crazy defeated Rhino to win the
         title in a tournament final.
     7. Yoshihiro Tajiri beat Super Crazy and Little Guido to win
         the title in a three-way match.
 
 
 

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