The World Wide Wrestling Alliance (3WA) Television Championship was a championship that was in contention from June 2, 2006 to June 30, 2007. It was last held by Sean Jackson.
The 3WA Television Championship was first created to be fought over by newer wrestlers, also ones that still had room for improvement. At first, it followed the original idea, being held by stars on the rise such as the first ever champion, Trevista, and Split Second.
The concept of the title in question changed rapidly on April 23, 2006, when 3WA legend Shaun Stetson defeated Split Second to win the title. From that point on, the title was still held by up and comers (Rip McGrip, Mastermind, and Scholar), but also upper-card wrestlers (Vicious, Jason Reubens (then known as Barbaro Talon),Alex Shaw, and Sean Jackson.)
Sean Jackson was the last man to hold this championship. When he was released on June 30, 2007, the title became vacated. Instead of crowning a new champion, 3WA management decided (in co-operation with UWF management) to crown the first ever World Class Championship Wrestling (WCCW) Television Champion. A tournament is currently being held to determine the first holder of the championship.
- Trevista was the first ever champion, defeating Torch, Split Second, Blackout, Massacre, and Rodman in a Tornado match on June 2, 2006.
- The record for longest reign is 67 days, held by Barbaro Talon from December 27, 2006 to March 4, 2007.
- The record for shortest reign is 4 days, held by Split Second from June 26 to June 30, 2006.
- The record for most accumulated days as champion is 91 days by Barbaro Talon.
- The record for most reigns is 2, held by Split Second, Rip McGrip, and Barbaro Talon.
- The last champion was Sean Jackson, who held the title from May 5, 2007 to June 30, 2007, when he was released.