|Terry Taylor||August 22, 1980||Atlanta, GA|
|Terry Funk||October 1980|
|Steve Keirn||November 1980|
|Kevin Sullivan||November 29, 1980||Atlanta, GA|
|Steve O||January 16, 1981||Atlanta, GA|
|Bobby Eaton||January 22, 1981||Atlanta, GA|
|Steve O ||January 23, 1981|
|Kevin Sullivan ||February 21, 1981||Atlanta, GA|
|Steve Keirn ||March 1, 1981||-a-|
|Iron Sheik||May 28, 1983||Atlanta, GA||-b-|
|Ron Garvin||July 17, 1983||Atlanta, GA|
|Jake Roberts||November 6, 1983||Atlanta, GA||-c-|
|Ron Garvin ||April 7, 1984||Baltimore, MD|
|Jake Roberts ||June 17, 1984||Atlanta, GA||-d-|
|Ron Garvin ||July 1, 1984||Atlanta, GA||-e-|
|Bob Roop||September 1984|
|Ron Garvin ||December 28, 1984||Saginaw, MI|
|Bob Roop ||January 1985||-f-|
|Ron Garvin ||April 14, 1985||Atlanta, GA||-g-|
-a- Vacated in 1981 then becomes inactive.
-b- Defeated Ron Garvin via DQ in the finals of a tournament to win the revived title.
-c- Recognized by the NWA as the World Television Title as of March 1984.
-d- Title held-up immediatly after Roberts' victory because he used an foreign object.
-e- Wins rematch against Roberts for the held-up belt.
-f- Title revered back to National status after Jim Crockett Promotions buys Georgia Championship Wrestling and recognizes its Television title as the World title.
-g- Title abandoned April 1985.