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Latest revision as of 16:19, 14 November 2018

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History

The NWA World Junior Heavyweight Championship was created as a US based lesser weight title, similiar to the Light Heavyweight and Middleweight championships in Mexico. It has no signficant history in Mexico, except for the occasional wrestler who's once been in Mexico and once won this title.

It was also part of the J-Crown Octuple Championships

Past Champions

Gallery

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Hiro Matsuda not a champion
1995-1997


Sources

V National Wrestling Alliance Championships (with lucha libre history) E
World Welter (Akantus), NWA-Mexico: Mexico Light (Skayde), Mexico Welter (Vaquero Fantasma)
Dragon Gym: International Junior Heavy (Último Dragón)
Defunct: Middle, Light Heavy, Americas Tag
Reference: Jr. Heavy, Heavy
CMLL established titles: Historic Welter (Volador Jr.), Historic Middle (Carístico), Historic LH (Stuka Jr.)