NWA Mid-Atlantic Television Championship
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Champion Date Won Location Notes
Ole Anderson 1973 -a-
Danny Miller
Ivan Koloff
Paul Jones May 1975
Ric Flair June 3, 1975 Raleigh, NC
Paul Jones [2] June 10, 1975 Raleigh, NC -b-
Angelo Mosca June 1976 -c-
Paul Jones [3] June 1976
Angelo Mosca [2] August 1976
Tim Woods October 16, 1976 Greensboro, NC
Greg Valentine November 15, 1976
Rufus R. Jones 1976
Greg Valentine [2] January 1977
Rufus R. Jones [2] March 1977 Asheville, NC
Ric Flair [2] May 1977
Ricky Steamboat June 22, 1977 Raleigh, NC
Baron Von Raschke October 12, 1977 Raleigh, NC -d-
Johnny Weaver March 8, 1978
Baron Von Raschke [2] March 26, 1978 Greensboro, NC
Paul Jones [3] June 7, 1978 Raleigh, NC
Ricky Steamboat [2] June 10, 1978 Asheville, NC -e-
Masked Superstar April 1980 Raleigh, NC -f-
Roddy Piper November 1, 1980 Richmond, VA -g-
Sweet Daddy Diamond April 29, 1981 Raleigh, NC -h-
Greg Valentine [3] 1981
Sweet Daddy Diamond [2] 1981
Greg Valentine [4] 1981
Ron Bass September 6, 1981 Asheville, NC
Ivan Koloff [2] November 3, 1981 Charlotte, NC
Jimmy Valiant June 6, 1982 Toronto, Ontario
Ivan Koloff [3] 1982
Jimmy Valiant [2] October 17, 1982 Toronto, Ontario
Jos LeDuc September 19, 1982 Charlotte, NC -i-
Bad Leroy Brown November 27, 1982 Greensboro, NC -j-
Mike Rotunda December 25, 1982 Charlotte, NC
Dick Slater February 22, 1982 Columbia, SC
Roddy Piper [2] March 27, 1983 Asheville, NC
Dick Slater [2] April 3, 1983 Greensboro, NC
Jos LeDuc [2] April 30, 1983 Richmond, VA
The Great Kabuki June 1983
Charlie Brown (Jimmy Valiant) [3] November 24, 1983 Greensboro, NC -k-
Mark Youngblood March 7, 1984 Spartansburg, SC -l-
Tully Blanchard March 28, 1984
Dusty Rhodes March 16, 1985 Greensboro, NC -m-

-a- Defeated James J. Dillon in the finals of a tournament for the title.

-b- Vacated due to knee injury.

-c- Defeated Tim Woods in the finals of a tournament for the vacant title.

-d- Wins tournament in March 1978.

-e- Vacated in 1980.

-f- Defeated Blackjack Mulligan in the finals of the tournament for the vacant belt. Vacated again in October 1980.

-g- Defeated Paul Jones in the finals of a tournament for the vacant title. Vacated on January 27, 1981 after Piper wins NWA United States title.

-h- Defeated Greg Valentine in the finals of the tournament for the vacant title.

-i- Stripped of the title in 1982 for using the ropes in a match against Johnny Weaver.

-j- Wins a 20-man battle royal for the vacant title.

-k- Vacated in January 1984 when Valiant drops the Charlie Brown gimmick.

-l- Defeated Dick Slater in the finals of a tournament for the vacant title.

-m- Recognized as the NWA World Television Champion in April 1985.

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