- This article is about the Professional RPG Wrestling title. For other undisputed titles, see Undisputed Championship.
The Undisputed Championship of Internet Wrestling is a wrestling title currently contended for in Professional RPG Wrestling. It is currently composed of fifteen component titles, all of which were at one point the main championship of the respective company it represents.
The Undisputed Championship of Internet Wrestling first came about in a three-way match at PRW's Bitchslap card in May of 2006. The match involved Anarchy Wrestling Association World Champion Chris Andrews, Professional RPG Wrestling Net Champion Assassin, and Advocate's Wrestling RPG World Heavyweight Champion Chris Roberts. Assassin won the match, and unified the Championship belts. Since then, more companies' primary championships have been added to the mix.
|Old Champion:||New Champion:||Times:||Date:||Location:||Stipulation:|
|Assassin (PRW) Roberts (AWR) Andrews (AWA)||Assassin||1||May 31st, 2006||Minneapolis, MN||Unification of PRW, AWR, and AWA championships|
|Assassin||"The Professional" Russ Bellinger||1||June 22nd, 2006||MSG, NY||Standard Rules|
|Vacant*||Jason Garrick||1||September 30th, 2006||Miami, FL||Platform Cage Match|
|Vacant*||Samuel "Hollywood" Hale||1||November 14th, 2006||PRW Arena||Triple Threat|
|Samuel "Hollywood" Hale||Art "Heavy Metal Hero " McLellan||1||January 31st, 2007||Hawaii||Bane Chamber|
|Art "Heavy Metal Hero " McLellan||Lion Merteuil||1||September 3rd, 2007||Greece||Fatal Fourway|
|Lion Merteuil||Sniper||1||September 8th, 2008||Wales||Standard Rules|
|Sniper||Adam Xclusiv||1||October 23, 2008||Baltimore, MD||Standard Rules|
|Adam Xclusiv||Hutton Brown||1||November 19, 2008||Indianapolis, IN||Standard Rules|
|Hutton Brown||Sniper||2||April 22, 2009||Pittsburgh, PA||Standard Rules|
|Sniper||Hutton Brown||2||May 22, 2009||Newark, NJ||Buried Alive|
|Hutton Brown||J.R. Judy||1||June 27, 2009||New York, NY||Standard Rules|
|J.R. Judy||MATTHEW||1||July 26, 2009||Ottawa, ON, Canada||Standard Rules|
|MATTHEW||Adam Xclusiv||2||October 29, 2009||Washington D.C.||Fatal Fourway|
|Adam Xclusiv||Vincenzo Savonarola||1||November 11, 2009||Los Angeles, CA||Fatal Fourway|
|Vincenzo Savonarola||Lion Merteuil||2||November 27, 2009||Los Angeles, CA||Standard Rules|
|Lion Merteuil||Jason Garrick||2||January 7, 2010||Gothenburg, Sweden||Elimination Chamber|
|Jason Garrick||Lion Merteuil||3||January 18, 2010||Munich, Germany||Triple Threat|
|Lion Merteuil||Hutton Brown||3||March 17, 2010||Las Vegas, NV||Standard Rules|
|Hutton Brown||Jason Garrick||3||March 26, 2010||Las Vegas, NV||Standard Rules|
|Jason Garrick||MMATHEW||2||May 23, 2010||Edmonton, AB, Canada||Barbed Wire Steel Cage Match|
|MATTHEW||Joey NOX||1||June 23, 2010||St. Louis, MO||Standard Rules|
|Joey NOX||Serial||1||November 11, 2010||Lake Charles, LA||Standard Rules|
|Serial||Sean Aries||1||November 22, 2010||Austin, TX||Triple Threat|
|Sean Aries||Hutton Brown*||4||December 31, 2010||Phoenix, AZ||Hell in a Cell|
|Vacant*||Hutton Brown||5||March 31, 2011||Kansas City, MO||No Holds Barred|
|Vacant||Alex LeBlanc||1||April 22, 2011||Chicago, IL||Standard Rules|
|Alex LeBlanc||Ace Andrews||1||August 25, 2011||Vatican City||Lumberjack Match|
|Ace Andrews||Sean Aries||2||September 23, 2011||Detroit, MI||Standard Rules|
|Sean Aries||Alex LeBlanc||2||December 22, 2011||Montreal, QC, Canada||Standard Rules|
|Alex LeBlanc||Ace Andrews||2||January 19, 2012||Las Vegas, NV||Standard Rules|
|Record:||Record holder:||Record number:|
|Longest reign||Lion Merteuil||370 Days|
|Shortest reign||Hutton Brown||1 day|
- Russ Bellinger was forced to vacate the Undisputed Championship due to injury.
- Spardis was not directly involved in the match where he lost the belt. Because of injury, Mimic took his place.
- Hutton Brown was stripped of the title by then PRW President Vincenzo Savonarola.
- Hutton won the vacated title in a match against then PRW President Vincenzo Savonarola and, via match stipulation, was immediately fired following his victory.
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.
5.) In order to be considered eligible to compete for this title, one of the following conditions MUST be met: - A minimum seniority of at least six months in PRW (at the time of character registration). - A previous championship title reign in another division (excluding the Cyanide Championship). - Winning an official competition such as the Superbattle or the Master of the Mat tournament. Situations such as these will be dealt with on a case by case basis by the Administration.