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Champion historyEdit

Wrestler: Times: Date: Location: Notes:
Prior to March 15, 1975 their were many regional British Heavyweight champions over England. It was announced that a undisputed British Heavyweight champion would be crowned and the tournament was arranged.
Mike Marino 1 March 15, 1975 Manchester, Greater Manchester Defeated Gwynn Davies in a tournament final to crown the first undisputed British Heavyweight champion.
Mick McManus 1 March 30, 1976 Knightsbridge, London TBA.
Tony St. Clair 1 May 28, 1977 Lewisham, London TBA.
Giant Haystacks 2 November 22, 1978 Liverpool, Merseyside TBA.
Big Daddy 1 June 27, 1979 Wembley, London TBA.
John Quinn 1 October 22, 1981 Southampton, Hampshire TBA.
Mark Rocco 1 December 9, 1981 Knightsbridge, London Mark Rocco became the first man to hold both the British Heavyweight and Middleweight at the same time.
The Dynamite Kid 1 January 2, 1983 Tokyo, Japan Won while on tour for New Japan Pro Wrestling. Rocco was under the mask of the Black Tiger.
Mark Rocco 2 January 5, 1983 Tokyo, Japan Won the title back from Dynamite while under the mask of Black Tiger.
Fit Finlay 1 September 29, 1984 Knightsbridge, London TBA.
"Bomber" Pat Roach 1 April 26, 1986 Birmingham, West Midlands TBA.
Fit Finlay 2 April 24, 1987 Catford, London TBA.
David Taylor 1 March 16, 1988 Dewsbury, West Yorkshire TBA.
Kendo Nagasaki 1 August 24, 1988 Bedworth, Warwickshire TBA.
Tony St. Clair 3 February 5, 1989 Croydon, Surrey TBA.
Fit Finlay 3 May 5, 1989 Dortmund, Germany TBA.
Marty Jones 1 October 9, 1990 Chelmsford, Essex TBA.
Mark Rocco 3 December 28, 1990 Worthing, West Sussex TBA.
On June 12, 1991 after successfully defending the title against Fit Finlay, Rocco collapsed in the dressing room and was rushed to hospital. He was diagnosed with a heart condition and was forced to retire from wrestling. The title was vacated and a tournament was held to crown a new champion.
Steven Regal 1 August 25, 1991 Knightsbridge, London Regal defeated Marty Jones by two straight falls in the tournament final at the Royal Albert Hall.
Marty Jones 2 October 4, 1992 Leeds, Yorkshire TBA.
Ricky Knight 1 June 26, 1993 Stockport, Greater Manchester TBA.
Danny Boy Collins 1 January 14, 1994 Colchester, Essex TBA.
Robbie Brookside 1 April 24, 1995 Liverpool, Merseyside TBA.
Johnny Saint 1 October 10, 1996 Knightsbridge, London TBA.
Saint won the title in what was announced as his retirement match. After the match he thanked the fans and vacated the title. A new champion would be crowed two days later in a one night tournament.
Drew McDonald 1 October 12, 1996 Wembley, London McDonald defeated Steven Regal in the final of the one night tournament.
Fit Finlay 2 June 18, 1997 Liverpool, Merseyside TBA.
Davey Boy Smith 2 May 16, 1998 Liverpool, Merseyside TBA.
Robbie Brookside 1 December 12, 1999 Bethnal Green, London TBA.
On January 1, 2000, to mark a new age in British wrestling the traditional World of Sport rules were relaxed.
Alex Shane 1 February 27, 2000 Birmingham, West Midlands Shane defeated Barker in the first ever cage match both for the title and in England.
Robbie Brookside 3 October 29, 2000 Dudley, West Midlands TBA.
Doug Williams 1 May 19, 2001 Portsmouth, Hampshire TBA.
On July 15, 2001, Robbie Brookside defeated Williams for the title during a Rollerball Wrestling event. The title change was overturned by World of Sport Wrestling claiming it was not cleared and the title was returned to Doug Williams.
Jody Fleisch 1 October 13, 2002 Bethnal Green, London TBA.
Doug Williams 2 October 25, 2002 Walthamstow, London TBA.
James Tighe 1 September 21, 2003 Hoddesdon, Hertfordshire TBA.
Doug Williams 3 April 8, 2004 Morecambe, Lancashire TBA.
Alex Shane 2 November 13, 2004 Coventry, West Midlands TBA.
Martin Stone 1 July 17, 2005 Orpington, Kent TBA.
Andy Simmonz 1 September 27, 2005 Sheffield, South Yorkshire TBA.
Martin Stone 2 February 4, 2006 Nottingham, East Midlands TBA.
Sheamus O'Shaunessy 1 October 27, 2006 Grimsby, Lincolnshire TBA.
Doug Williams 4 March 9, 2007 Leamington Spa, Warwickshire TBA.
Jonny Storm 1 January 12, 2008 Hanley, Stoke-on-Trent TBA.
Iestyn Rees 1 September 28, 2008 Blackpool, Lancashire TBA.
Leroy Kincaide 1 April 19, 2009 Brighton, East Sussex TBA.
Martin Stone 3 September 13, 2009 Doncaster, South Yorkshire TBA.
Doug Williams April 19, 2010
Fergal Devitt June 20, 2010
Doug Williams July 25, 2010
Mark Haskins November 20, 2011
Dave Mastiff April 8, 2012
Rampage Brown November 25, 2012
Doug Williams May 5, 2013
Nick Magnus August 31, 2014

List of reign lengthsEdit

As of January 1, 2010
Wrestler Days Held Date Won Date Lost
Robbie Brookside (2) 907 June 18, 1997 December 12, 1999
Big Daddy 848 June 27, 1979 October 22, 1981
Mark Rocco (2) 633 January 5, 1983 September 29, 1984
Fit Finlay 574 September 29, 1984 April 26, 1986
Giant Haystacks 543 May 28, 1977 November 22, 1978
Robbie Brookside 535 April 24, 1995 October 10, 1996
Fit Finlay (3) 522 May 5, 1989 October 9, 1990
Doug Williams 512 May 19, 2001 October 13, 2002
Danny Boy Collins 465 January 14, 1994 April 24, 1995
Mick McManus 424 March 30, 1976 May 28, 1977
Steven Regal 406 August 25, 1991 October 4, 1992
Mark Rocco 389 December 9, 1981 January 2, 1983
Tony St. Clair 381 March 15, 1975 March 30, 1976
Pat Roach 363 April 26, 1986 April 24, 1987
Doug Williams (2) 331 October 25, 2002 September 21, 2003
Fit Finlay (2) 327 April 24, 1987 March 16, 1988
Doug Williams (4) 309 March 9, 2007 January 12, 2008
Marty Jones (2) 265 October 4, 1992 June 26, 1993
Martin Stone (2) 265 February 4, 2006 October 27, 2006
Jonny Storm 260 January 12, 2008 September 28, 2008
Drew McDonald 249 October 12, 1996 June 18, 1997
Alex Shane (2) 246 November 13, 2004 July 17, 2005
Alex Shane 245 February 27, 2000 October 29, 2000
Doug Williams (3) 219 April 8, 2004 November 13, 2004
Tony St. Clair (2) 217 November 22, 1978 June 27, 1979
Leroy Kincaide 208 April 19, 2009 September 13, 2009
Iestyn Rees 203 September 28, 2008 April 19, 2009
Ricky Knight 202 June 26, 1993 January 14, 1994
Robbie Brookside (3) 202 October 29, 2000 May 19, 2001
James Tighe 200 September 21, 2003 April 8, 2004
Mark Rocco (3) 166 December 28, 1990 June 12, 1991
Kendo Nagasaki 165 August 24, 1988 February 5, 1989
David Taylor 161 March 16, 1988 August 24, 1988
Sheamus O'Shaunessy 133 October 27, 2006 March 9, 2007
Andy Simmonz 130 September 27, 2005 February 4, 2006
Martin Stone (3) 110 September 13, 2009 Current champion
Tony St. Clair (3) 89 February 5, 1989 May 5, 1989
Marty Jones 80 October 9, 1990 December 28, 1990
Flash Barker 77 December 12, 1999 February 27, 2000
Martin Stone 72 July 17, 2005 September 27, 2005
John Quinn 48 October 22, 1981 December 9, 1981
Jody Fleisch 12 October 13, 2002 October 25, 2002
The Dynamite Kid 3 December 9, 1981 January 5, 1983
Johnny Saint 0 October 10, 1996
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