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This article is about the MFGG Wrestling title. For other undisputed titles, see Undisputed Championship.

The Undisputed World Championship is the top championship defended in MFGG Wrestling. It is the result of the unification of the MFGG World Heavyweight Championship and XD Championship. As of March 31, 2007, it also comprises the AWN Heavyweight Championship.

History

In August 2006, the rebel faction X-Degeneration introduced its own world-level title, the XD Championship. Although the title was sanctioned by XD, it was considered an MFGG championship. This created a conflict, as MFGG already had their own World Heavyweight Championship.

It was eventually decided that MFGG and XD should have one single champion. On October 15, 2006, at MFGG Three-Month Mayhem, MFGG World Heavyweight Champion (and member of XD) Zasshou defeated XD Champion (and MFGGer) The Blue Griffin to unify the two titles and become the Undisputed World Champion. The MFGG acronym was purposely kept out of the title's name, as it was supposed to serve as the world championship for both MFGG and XD (though XD disbanded shortly after the unification).

When the Internet Pro Wrestling World Heavyweight Championship was resurrected in MFGG Wrestling, it had its "world" status removed to avoid conflict with this title's "undisputed" claim.

On March 27, 2007, it was announced that the final interpromotional event between MFGG and AWN Wrestling, MFGG/AWN At the World's End, would take place that Friday (March 30). The main event featured Julio Cesar F losing the AWN Heavyweight Championship to Undisputed World Champion Uber n00ber. As a result, the AWN Heavyweight Championship became part of the Undisputed World Title, further bolstering its "undisputed" claim.

Statistics

Record: Record holder: Record number: Notes:
Most reigns Suigi Four Blood Suigi defeated Press Start on July 1, 2007, at MFGG Blind Rage to win his Fourth Undisputed World Championship.
Longest reign Press Start Forty-two days Press Start won the Undisputed World Championship on January 21, 2007, and would hold it until forty-two days later when he lost it to Suigi on March 4.
Shortest reign Über n00ber Two days Über n00ber defeated Blood Suigi at MFGG Hell On Earth on July 14, 2007, only to lose it two days later to Dark Yoshi at MFGG One for the Ages Before MFGG Wrestling closes

List of champions

Wrestler Date Won Date lost Days as champion Event Notes
Zasshou 10.15.06 10.29.06 14 MFGG Three-Month Mayhem MFGG World Heavyweight Champion Zasshou defeats XD Champion The Blue Griffin to unify the two titles and become the Undisputed World Champion.
Suigi 10.29.06 11.19.06 21 MFGG Halloween Hell This is an originally unscheduled match. Suigi cashes in his Money in the Bank title shot after Zasshou successfully defends against Julio Cesar F.
Press Start 11.19.06 12.3.06 14 MFGG Civil War 2: WiiVolution Press Start is also an MFGG Tag Team Champion (with Captain Jeff Silvers).
Suigi [2] 12.3.06 12.17.06 14 MFGG Bleak December
Julio Cesar F 12.17.06 12.24.06 7 MFGG Without Remorse
Captain Jeff Silvers 12.24.06 1.10.07 17 MFGG Christmas Evil Silvers is also the MFGG SoVeryHardcore Champion until January 4, 2007, and an MFGG Tag Team Champion (with Press Start) until January 2, 2007.
Julio Cesar F [2] 1.10.07 1.21.07 11 MFGG Revenge of the Legion This is a Fatal Four-Way Chaos in the Cages Match which also involves Silvers, Dark Yoshi, and Doc Wario. Julio Cesar F is also an MFGG Tag Team Champion (with Doc Wario) until January 21.
Press Start [2] 1.21.07 3.4.07 42 MFGG Winter Storm This is a Flying Fortress Match.
Suigi [3] 3.4.07 3.25.07 21 MFGG Epoch Rising From March 6 to 16, Suigi is also an MFGG United States Tag Team Champion (with Dark Yoshi). Beginning March 25, Suigi is also an MFGG Tag Team Champion (with Dark Yoshi).
Über n00ber 3.25.07 4.1.07 7 MFGG Explicit Content This is an Electrified Exploding Cage Deathmatch. Über n00ber is also an MFGG United States Tag Team Champion (with Sarahsuke). On March 30, n00ber defeats Julio Cesar F to win the AWN Heavyweight Championship. As a result, the AWN Heavyweight Championship becomes part of the Undisputed World Championship.
Dark Yoshi 4.1.07 4.29.07 28 MFGG Civil War 4: XD vs SoS This is a Hell in a Cell Match.
Julio Cesar F [3] 4.29.07 5.6.07 7 MFGG Error 404 3.0 This is a Triple Cage Match. Julio Cesar F is also an MFGG United States Tag Team Champion (with Captain Jeff Silvers).
The Magical Gamer 5.6.07 5.20.07 14 XD Unholy Sunday Beginning May 13, The Magical Gamer is also the MFGG SoVeryHardcore Champion.
Captain Jeff Silvers [2] 5.20.07 5.27.07 7 MFGG Malice Captain Jeff Silvers is also an MFGG United States Tag Team Champion and MFGG Tag Team Champion (with Julio Cesar F).
Smans Smansy Rodriguez 5.27.07 6.10.07 14 MFGG Bloodfare This is an Electrified Exploding Cage Deathmatch.
Press Start [3] 6.10.07 7.1.07 21 MFGG Chaotic Clash
Blood Suigi [4] 7.1.07 7.14.07 13 MFGG Blind Rage Blood Suigi is also the MFGG SoVeryHardcore Champion.
Über n00ber [2] 7.14.07 7.16.07 2 MFGG Hell On Earth
Dark Yoshi [2] 7.16.07 7.26.07 10 MFGG One for the Ages The Undisputed World Championship is retired on July 26, 2007, when MFGG Booker Captain Jeff Silvers officially closes MFGG Wrestling.



Trivia

  • Four people have held the Undisputed World Championship and the MFGG World Heavyweight Championship: Dark Yoshi, Press Start, Über n00ber, and Zasshou. Of those four, Dark Yoshi, Press Start, and Zasshou also held the XD Championship.
  • Only two people have held the Undisputed World Championship and the AWN Heavyweight Championship: Julio Cesar F and Über n00ber (when he unified the AWN Heavyweight Title into the Undisputed World Title).


MFGG Wrestling championships
Active
Undisputed World | Internet | SoVeryHardcore | IPW Heavyweight
Tag Team | United States Tag Team
Inactive
World Heavyweight | XD
Other accomplishments
King of MFGG | Money in the Bank

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