THE HISTORY OF THE

ALL-STAR CHAMPIONSHIP WRESTLING

WORLD HEAVYWEIGHT CHAMPIONSHIP

APRIL 28th, 2002 - JUNE 25th, 2006

 

All-Star Championship Wrestling was founded in April of 2002 by Vince McMahon (Simon Omant). The company survived in its original form until July of 2002. The championship survived in one for another until July of 2006 despite the closure of the company.

We include the title history complete and uncut out of respect for the championship, the promotion, and the competitors who worked to make it what i twas.

 

CHRISTIAN

Handler - Scott Smith

Date - 04 / 28 /2002

Reign - 64 days

"MR. PERFECT"
CURT HENNIG

Handler - Jason King

Date - 07 / 01 / 2002

Reign- 56 days

CHRISTIAN (2)

Handler - Scott Smith

Date - 08 / 26 / 2002

Reign - 15 days

In a tournament final, Christian defeated Scott Steiner (Dan Nichols) to become the first ever ACW World Heavyweight Champion.

Curt Hennig defeated Christian and Scott Steiner (Dan Nichols) in a Triple Threat match to become the ACW World Heavyweight Champion.

Christian defeated Curt Hennig to become the first ever two-time ACW World Heavyweight Champion.

 

VACANT

Date - 09 / 10 / 2002

"THE RATED R SUPERSTAR"
EDGE

Handler - Scott Smith

Date - 06 / 15 / 2006

Reign- 45 days

DEFUNCT

Date - 07 / 30 / 2006

ACW ceases operations and the championship is declared vacant indefinitely.

On June 15th, 2006, before their scheduled pay-per-view match with Edge, Christian Cage revealed he was still in possession of the physical ACW World Heavyweight Championship belt. Christian stated that if Edge was so desperate to duplicate his career, he could start by trying to take the ACW championship from him.

Edge defeated Christian Cage (Scott Smith) to become the new ACW World Heavyweight Champion after Trish Stratus and Tyson Tomko turned on Christian.

On July 30th, 2006, Edge defeated Lance Storm (Corey Rich) to successfully unify the ACW World Heavyweight Championship with the SGW World Heavyweight Championship. The ACW championship ceases to exist as a result.