NWA Central States Television Championship
Champion Date Won Location Notes
Bob Sweetan 1977
Black Angus Campbell September 29, 1977 Kansas City, KS
Bob Sweetan [2] December 25, 1977 Kansas City, KS
Terry Taylor January 1981 -a-
Bobby Jaggers 1981
Rufus R. Jones May 7, 1981 Kansas City, KS
Gene Lewis June 25, 1981 Kansas City, KS
Dewey Robertson October 22, 1981 Kansas City, KS
Sir Oliver Humperdink 1981
Dewey Robertson [2] 1981
Gene Lewis [2] February 18, 1982 Kansas City, KS
Mark Romero April 8, 1982 Kansas City, KS
Hercules Hernandez May 27, 1982 Kansas City, KS
Mark Romero [2] December 13, 1982 Kansas City, KS
Roger Kirby January 13, 1983 Kansas City, KS
Jerry Brown May 5, 1983 Kansas City, KS
Roger Kirby [2] July 1983 Kansas City, KS
Bobby Fulton December 1, 1983 Kansas City, KS -b-
Buck Robley January 18, 1984 Des Moines, IA -c-
Art Crews May 21, 1984 Topeka, KS -d-
Art Crews [2] July 21, 1984 Topeka, KS
Gypsy Joe August 2, 1984 Kansas City, KS
Buzz Tyler September 12, 1984 Lincoln, MO
Marty Jannety October 13, 1984 Des Moines, IA
Gary Royal March 7, 1985 Kansas City, KS
Art Crews [3] November 18, 1985 Wichita, KS -e-
Akio Sato March 13, 1986 Kansas City, KS -f-
Mike George May 23, 1986 St. Joseph, MO -g-
Vinnie Valentino July 16, 1986 Kansas City, KS
Rip Rogers November 28, 1987 Des Moines, IA
Mike George [2] December 1987 -h-
Masahiro Chono January 1, 1988 Des Moines, IA -i-

-a- Defeated Buzz Tyler for the vacant belt.

-b- Vacated in January 1984 after Fulton leaves the area.

-c- Vacated in March 1984 after Robley leaves the area.

-d- Defeated Luke Graham in the finals of a tournament for the vacant belt; title vacated in January 1984 when Crews leaves the promotion.

-e- Vacated in January 1986 when Crews leaves the area.

-f- Wins a 14-man battle royal for the vacant belt.

-g- Vacated in 1986.

-h- Awarded after Rogers quits.

-i- Abandoned when the promotion closes in 1988.

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