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Champion historyEdit

Wrestler: Times: Date: Location: Notes:
Bad News Allen 1 August 15, 1985 Calgary, AB Bad News Allen defeats 'Honky Tonk' Wayne Farris in the finals of a one night tournament that also featured Bret Hart, Davey Boy Smith, The Dynamite Kid, Fidel Sierra, Kerry Brown, and Don Muraco.
The Dynamite Kid 1 April 11, 1986 Edmonton, AB TBA.
Bad News Allen 2 May 30, 1986 Regina, SK TBA.
Title vacated on August 12, 1986 as a result of Bad News Allen suffering a torn bicep and being unable to compete.
Makhan Singh 1 October 4, 1986 Calgary, AB Singh defeats Kerry Brown in the finals of a four man tournament also including Hiroshi Hase and Keith Hart.
Don Muraco 1 December 12, 1986 Vancouver, BC TBA.
Jimmy Snuka 1 June 26, 1987 Calgary, AB TBA.
Don Muraco 2 July 18, 1987 Edmonton, AB TBA.
Bad News Allen 3 January 8, 1988 Lethbridge, AB TBA.
Bret Hart 1 April 21, 1988 Saskatoon, SK TBA.
Bret Hart forfeits the title on March 24, 1990, the day after winning the NWA World Heavyweight Championship in a tournament final over Davey Boy Smith.
Bad News Allen 4 April 23, 1990 Edmonton, AB Bad News Allen defeats Roddy Piper in a one night tournament also including Owen Hart, Johnny Smith, Jim Neidhart, Jake Roberts, and The Dynamite Kid.
Roddy Piper 1 September 15, 1990 Saskatoon, SK TBA.
Davey Boy Smith 1 November 24, 1990 Toronto, ON TBA.
Curt Hennig 1 June 1, 1991 St. Paul, MN Hennig's win marks the first time that the title changes hands on American soil.
Davey Boy Smith 2 October 26, 1991 Calgary, AB TBA.
Curt Hennig 2 November 16, 1991 Montreal, QB TBA.
Davey Boy Smith 3 February 14, 1992 Regina, SK TBA.
Wayne Ferris 1 May 22, 1992 Toronto, ON TBA.
Davey Boy Smith 4 October 31, 1992 TBA TBA.
Davey Boy Smith forfeits the title on December 29, 1992, a day after defeating Bret Hart for the NWA World Heavyweight Title.
The Cuban Assassin 1 March 6, 1993 Calgary, AB Defeats Owen Hart for the vacant title.
Owen Hart 1 June 5, 1993 Calgary, AB TBA.
Nikolai Volkoff 1 August 6, 1994 Montreal, QB TBA.
Owen Hart 2 November 5, 1994 Calgary, AB TBA.
Rick Rude 1 May 13, 1995 Calgary, AB TBA.
Sting 1 August 11, 1995 Toronto, ON TBA.
Rick Rude 2 October 7, 1995 Edmonton, AB TBA.
Davey Boy Smith 5 March 11, 1996 London, England TBA.
Owen Hart 3 January 4, 1997 Calgary, AB TBA.
Chris Benoit 1 March 15, 1997 Calgary, AB TBA.
Owen Hart 4 July 5, 1997 Regina, SK TBA.
Kurrgan 1 December 6, 1997 Saskatoon, SK TBA.
Bret Hart 2 March 14, 1999 Calgary, AB TBA.
Chris Benoit 2 May 29, 1999 Edmonton, AB TBA.
Chris Jericho 1 September 19, 1999 Winnipeg, MB TBA.
Chris Benoit 3 November 20, 1999 Calgary, AB TBA.
Bret Hart 3 March 11, 2000 Calgary, AB TBA.
Chris Jericho 2 July 29, 2000 Toronto, ON First time the title changes hands in a multiple competitor match, as Jericho defeats Chris Benoit, Bret Hart, and Davey Boy Smith in a Four Way Dance.
Chris Benoit 4 October 12, 2000 Calgary, AB First time the title changes hands on a weekly television show when Benoit defeats Jericho on Primetime Wrestling.
Owen Hart 5 March 25, 2001 Toronto, ON TBA.
Sexton Hardcastle 1 August 25, 2001 Toronto, ON TBA.
Chris Benoit 5 October 13, 2001 Saskatoon, SK TBA.
Brian Pillman 1 January 24, 2002 Calgary, AB TBA.
Bret Hart 4 March 9, 2002 Edmonton, AB Bret Hart defeats Owen Hart and Brian Pillman in a three way dance.
Chris Benoit 6 December 14, 2002 Atlanta, GA Benoit defeats Bret Hart for the title, and as a result, Bret retires.
Chris Jericho 3 April 3, 2003 Vancouver, BC TBA.
Joe E. Legend 1 January 24, 2004 Toronto, ON TBA.
Sexton Hardcastle 2 February 7, 2004 Vancouver, BC TBA.
Christian Cage 1 March 20, 2004 Quebec City, QB TBA.
Sexton Hardcastle 3 June 19, 2004 Calgary, AB TBA.
Chris Benoit 7 August 7, 2004 Calgary, AB TBA.
Sexton Hardcastle 4 January 14, 2005 Edmonton, AB TBA.
Chris Benoit 8 June 10, 2006 Calgary, AB TBA.
Andrew Martin 1 November 24, 2006 Toronto, ON TBA.
Chris Benoit 9 January 13, 2007 Montreal, QB TBA.
Andrew Martin 2 March 17, 2007 Edmonton, AB TBA.
Lance Storm 1 September 15, 2007 Calgary, AB TBA.
Sexton Hardcastle 1 2010 TBA TBA.

List of reign lengthsEdit

As of January 1, 2008
Wrestler Days Held Date Won Date Lost
Lance Storm 108 September 15, 2007 Current champion
Calgary Stampede
Current Championships
NWA Canadian Heavyweight (reigns) • NWA British Commonwealth (reigns)
NWA Canadian Tag Team (reigns) • NWA Canadian Women's (reigns)
Television
ShockWave
Events
Against All OddsCalgary ClassicSeason's Beatings

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