The HiWF World Heavyweight Championship was the most prestigious title of the HiWF Federation. It was introduced in 2002 by then-owner Eric Böhringer.

Title History

Wrestler: Times: Date: Notes:
Scrap Metal 1 May 4, 2002 Scrap Metal wins the first Last Man Standing battle royal to become the first ever HiWF World Champion.
Cherokee Warrior 1 May 18, 2002 Defeated Scrap Metal at Hatred to capture his first HiWF World title.
Scrap Metal 2 June 1, 2002 Defeats Warrior in a ladder match at WrestleFest I.
Lee Diesal 1 August 24, 2002 Defeats Stevo, Reno and Scrap Metal in a fatal four way match at Sickness.
Scrap Metal 3 October 2, 2002 Scrap Metal becomes the first ever 3 time champion. Retired shortly after the conclusion of the match, therefore making the title vacant.
Lee Diesal 2 October 5, 2002 Captured his second World title defeating X and Jason Arntel to crown a new World champion at Jealousy.
X 1 October 11, 2002 Smallest wrestler to ever be crowned champion. Won the title from Diesal at a taping of Turmoil.
Charles Grayz 1 February 7, 2003 After the closing of the HiWF, the "Invasion" was ended when DiWF superstar Charles Grayz defeated X at DiWF Judgment Day. The HiWF World title is declared dead.
Stevo 1 August 3, 2003 Stevo captures his first and only HiWF World title by winning the second ever Last Man Standing.
Shawn Tryant 1 October 8, 2003 Considered by many as the greatest HiWF Champion ever, Shawn Tryant's first and only reign is the longest in HiWF history. It lasted an unprecedented 37 events.
Wolverine 1 January 25, 2004 DiWF legend Wolverine ended the streak of Tryant and captured his only HiWF World title at the Gauntlet PPV. His reign would only last for one match though.
Michael Harliquin 1 January 25, 2004 Harliquin's fist and only reign was the finals of the HiWF Gauntlet tournament. Considered to be the next great thing of the HiWF, he dethroned legendary Wolverine to walk away with the World title.
Unforgiven Soul 1 February 15, 2004 Soul's first reign as World champion was also his 100th match, the first to reach that mark. He was considered an upset victor in this battle at the first and only St. Valentine's Day Massacre PPV. This is also the third longest reign in HiWF history, 22 events.
Rayne 1 April 26, 2004 The only female wrestler to ever capture the gold. She defeated Soul at the Excessive Force Pay-Per-View, but would eventually depart from the company due to personal issues, therefore making the title once again Vacant.
Solidus 1 June 9, 2004 Solidus' first and only reign as World Champion came in the finals of the Gauntlet PPV. He defeated future champion, at time rookie, Legacy, in the finals.
Unforgiven Soul 2 July 25, 2004 Soul's second reign as champion began when he defeated both Solidus and Kevin Powers at the Last Man Standing PPV.
X 2 August 29, 2004 X's second reign as World Champion began at the Summer Sizzler PPV when he defeated both Soul and Powers.
Josef Himmler 1 September 26, 2004 Himmler's first reign as champion began when he defeated X in the Main Event of WrestleFest 3. It was the second time the title changed hands at the "Granddaddy of the All". The title was shortly after declared Vacant once again when Himmler destroyed the original version of the title.
Kevin Powers 1 October 24, 2004 More of a falsified title reign. Never actually defeating anyone for the title, Powers' reign is considered a mockery of being an actual champion. Seen as a failure as champion, his only reign was short lived.
Brandon Thornton 1 December 12, 2004 The longest reigning champion as far as time elapsed is concerned. Thornton's EIGHT MONTH reign started at the first ever Devil's Playground PPV inside the Pentagram Match.
Cherokee Warrior 2 July 24, 2005 Warrior ended the longest reign in HiWF history with a shocking upset. The victory was at the Michael Williams Memorial Show.
Vincent Faust 1 September 4, 2005 Faust's only reign as champion came the night of WrestleFest IV. In a Double Defense style, the first defense came against Faust where he captured his only reign as champion. It is tied for shortest in HiWF history.
"TNT" Nick Stevenson 1 September 4, 2005 The second World title match of the night came at the end of the night, the Main Event of WrestleFest IV. Stevenson defeated Vincent Faust to begin his first reign as World Champion.
Phil Botwin 1 October 31, 2005 Botwin defeated four other men to capture his only World title reign inside the second ever Pentagram Match at Devil's Playground II.
Legacy 1 January 1, 2006 The oldest World champion ever, Legacy took on Phil Botwin at Hatred and took home his first ever World title.
Brandon Thornton 2 March 26, 2006 Thornton took on his master and trainer in Legacy at Excessive Force. He won in what some called a "Passing of the Torch" for his second World title reign.
"TNT" Nick Stevenson 2 May 7, 2006 Nick's second reign started at the Revenge PPV. He defeated long time rival Thornton for the championship.
Steve Southward 1 June 8, 2006 In the first round of a month long World title gauntlet, Steve Southward captured his first and only long overdue World title reign at the first round match on a weekly episode of Turmoil.
Unforgiven Soul 3 June 15, 2006 Soul's third reign, the second man to ever obtain that feat, started the second week of the month long gauntlet for the title.
Josef Himmler 2 July 2, 2006 Himmler became a two time champion at the Jealousy PPV after defeating Unforgiven Soul. His second reign would actually last this time, as he desired the title rather than wanting to destroy it.
Legacy 2 September 24, 2006 In the Main Event of WrestleFest V the long awaited match that had been building for almost an entire year, Legacy took on Josef Himmler in the Main Event.
Tj Jones 1 October 12, 2006 Tj Jones' first of two reigns, and the longest awaited as far as match count goes, was seen as a break through event. He took home the World title on an episode of Turmoil.
Legacy 3 October 20, 2006 Legacy took back his World title to become the third man for a 3rd World title reign when he defeated Jones at the next televised Turmoil.
Josef Himmler 3 February 25, 2007 In a WrestleFest rematch, long overdue and long awaited, Himmler dethroned Legacy to become the fourth man to hold the HiWF World title for a third time. The event was the PPV, CrimsoN MasK.
"TNT" Nick Stevenson* 3 March 25, 2007 In a Department of Compliance/Fourth Reich full scale war, the newest member of the DoC, Nick Stevenson, took home his 3rd reign as champion, the fifth man to become World champion three times. The victory came at the PPV, Excessive Force.
Jada Kaine 1 July 20, 2007 Jada Kaine's only reign, she defeated Nick Stevenson for the Gold at Turmoil.
Exile 1 September 30, 2007 Exile upseated Kaine at Wrestlefest, but became the man who held the HiWF title for the shortest length of time, 10 minutes.
William 1 September 30, 2007 William defeated Exile shortly after Exile's match with Jada Kaine to take the gold in the very same night.
Alexander McIntyre 1 October 28, 2007 Alexander McIntyre won his only HiWF title by pinning Shawn Tryant in a match that also involved then-champion William and Tj Jones.
Tj Jones 2 November 3, 2007 Tj Jones defeated Alexander McIntyre the following night to become a two-time HiWF champion.
Jackson 1 November 25, 2007 Jackson defeated former champion Jones, as well as Brandon Thornton, Exile, William, Jada Kaine and Alexander McIntyre to win his first HiWF Championship.
Cory Hatred 1 April 6, 2008 Jackson was stripped of the Belt, and Cory defeated Alexander McIntyre for the vacant title.
Brandon Thornton 3 April 27, 2008 Brandon Thornton defeated Cory Hatred to win his third HiWF title. He is the sixth man to hold the title 3 times.
Major John "Mag Dog" Murphy 1 May 30, 2008 Brandon Thornton lost the title to Murphy after defeating Creed.
Major General David "Bones" McCoy 1 May 30, 2008 McCoy defeated Murphy in a singles match later on in the night to win the HiWF title.
Jason Amato 1 May 30, 2008 Amato won a traditional Battle Front Match to secure his first HiWF title reign.
Major General David "Bones" McCoy 2 June 30, 2008 Defeated Jason Amato via pinfall.
Cory Hatred 2 July 19, 2008 Cashed in his title contract and defeated Bones after a grueling match with Nick Stevenson.
Major General David "Bones" McCoy 3 July 27, 2008 Bones took back his title a week later in a three way dance with Cory Hatred and Jackson, to become the final HiWF champion.

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