High flying, death defying, innovation...that is what the X-Division Championship has come to represent in PRW. Creation is key when it comes to this title; contenders and champions alike often find themselves in precarious, over the top matches that can effectively make or break their career. Literally. If crowd pleasing, gimmick matches are your thing then look no further than the X-Division Championship.
|Record:||Record holder:||Record number:|
|Longest reign||The Inquisitor||252 Days|
|Shortest reign||Gunnar "Da' Pimp" Wuher||10 days|
- 1. Sebastian Cobain was injured by Spite, ending his reign.
- 2. Xclusiv showed up in a European X match for this title and claimed the briefcase, thus winning the belt.
- 3. The Inquisitor ran down after Xclusiv had defended the title in a match, and demanded a shot based on a thought-defunct contract he had won in a match against Drake Smashem (Corbin).
- 4. A disappointing showing in a triple threat resulted in the title being declared vacant.
- 5. Silva was forced to vacate the title due to injury
- 6. Ninja MAGIC vacated the championship when he won the Undisputed Championship.
1.) Each month, the #1 Contender will be selected to challenge the champion. The winner of the proceeding title match will either receive or retain the championship. ---1A.) The #1 Contender is NOT obligated to defend their position against anyone, and therefore may turn down any challenges presented to them. ---1B.) On occasion there will be cases where there is more than one challenger competing in a championship match (i.e. Triple Threat, Fatal-4-Way, etc.).
2.) Former champions do have a rematch clause. They may re-challenge the competitor they lost the championship to ONCE before having to work their way back up to the #1 Contender’s position. The Administrators will decide when and where the rematch will take place if it is utilized.
3.) Any competitor may consult with the Commissioner or any Administrator to schedule a match to become the next #1 Contender.
4.) The Administrators reserve the right to force a championship or contender's match at their discretion.