Difference between revisions of "City of Jackson Heavyweight Title"

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# 'Dynamite' Dick Dunn [1] ([[April 28, 1982]])<ref>Renamed Interstate 20 Heavyweight Title on May 1, 1982.</ref>
 
# 'Dynamite' Dick Dunn [1] ([[April 28, 1982]])<ref>Renamed Interstate 20 Heavyweight Title on May 1, 1982.</ref>
 
# [[A.J. Adams]] [1] ([[May 19, 1982]])<ref>Renamed Golden Eagle Heavyweight Title on June 1, 1983.</ref>
 
# [[A.J. Adams]] [1] ([[May 19, 1982]])<ref>Renamed Golden Eagle Heavyweight Title on June 1, 1983.</ref>
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# Bubba Holden [1] ([[July 1, 1982]])
  
 
===Notes===
 
===Notes===
 
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[[Category:Titles]]
 
[[Category:Titles]]

Revision as of 16:21, 15 January 2020

On March 1, 1982, the City of Jackson Heavyweight Title was renamed to the Gulf Coast Heavyweight Title.

Title History

  1. Odysseus Dalton [1] (December 7, 1980)[1]
  2. 'Excellent' Xavier Cross [1] (July 5, 1981)[2]
  3. 'Superstar' Johnny Johnson [1] (October 13, 1981)[3]
  4. Bounty Hunter [1] (March 1, 1982)
  5. 'Superstar' Johnny Johnson [2] (March 8, 1982)
  6. 'Dynamite' Dick Dunn [1] (April 28, 1982)[4]
  7. A.J. Adams [1] (May 19, 1982)[5]
  8. Bubba Holden [1] (July 1, 1982)

Notes

  1. Defeated Loki in a one-night tournament final.
  2. Title relinquished on August 20, 1981 when Cross won the Mississippi State Heavyweight Title.
  3. Defeated 'Sensational' Seth Greeley in tournament final.
  4. Renamed Interstate 20 Heavyweight Title on May 1, 1982.
  5. Renamed Golden Eagle Heavyweight Title on June 1, 1983.