1. Wolfenstein (September 2, 2006 - September 17, 2006)
Wolfenstein was the first champion, unifying his World Heavyweight Championship with Harry Jackson’s GWF Championship, on Saturday Night Sacrifice. Wolfenstein had no title defences before Triple Threat, where he would face Jtopgun.
2. "The Main Event" Bryan Daniels (September 17, 2006 - November 19, 2006)
In a controversial fashion, "The Main Event" found his way into the main event of Triple Threat, against Wolfenstein and Jtopgun. After a little help from new Deadly Alliance members, Angleslam, and SheltonSplash, Bryan conceived a plan, and delivered it, and became the GWF Undisputed Champion, pinning Wolfenstein.
Bryan continued on his winning streak and eventually had his first title defence, against Soldier Dark, who was his mystery opponent. It was on an ominous date, Friday 13 October, but Bryan defeated Soldier Dark. The following week on Friday Night Brawl, Bryan had to defend against Dave Shadow, the owner, and Bryan was once again victorious.
Bryan's title reign came to end the same way it began, in controversial fashion, at GWF Destiny Fulfilled. Bryan was in a fatal four way, two fall match, with both this title, and the Intercontinental on the line. SheltonSplah, who Bryan thought an ally, turned on Bryan, and then laid Ken Davidson on the Champion, ending Bryan Daniels' unpinned acolade.
3. Ken Davidson (November 19, 2006 - April 8, 2007)
Ken attained the title in controversy, as stated above, from Bryan Daniels, and Daniels since then has not been allowed near the title due to his ongoing rivalry against Shelton. Also, Ken Davidson held the title through most of November and January without a title defence, which left much to be wanted from the reign.
Ken's first defence came on January 14, 2007, when he took on James Murphy in the London Dungeon. It was a hellacious match, with Ken barely winning against James, at GWF Sunday Night Sacrifice. Ken then defended his title against Bryan Daniels, and Dave Shadow, winning both times. Finally, at GWF Valentine´s Vengeance, Ken Davidson beat James Murphy to retain his title. Ken was then chosen to face Harry Jackson at GWF Ultimate Decision, and with some controversy, Ken retained. It finally came to an end at 8 April Sunday Night Sacrifice, as James Murphy made Kevin McAuliffe tap out in a triple threat match.
4. James Murphy (April 8, 2007 - )
James did the impossible and finished Ken Davidson's title reign, albeit not actually beating Ken.
The longest title reign is Ken Davidson's.
Wolfenstein is the only man to have never won a title defence in his reign.
A recurring joke of the GWF Undisputed Championship is the "GWF Title Mute Disease". Anyone who has won the GWF Title has rarely promoed during their reign, yet after they lose the title, they become more active.