Smoky Mountain Wrestling "Beat The Champ" Television Title
Champion Date Won Location Notes
Tracey Smothers December 12, 1992 Morristown, Tennessee -a-
Night Stalker February 8, 1993 Jellico, Tennessee
Tim Horner February 8, 1993 Jellico, Tennessee
Bobby Eaton March 1, 1993 Sevierville, Tennessee
Brian Lee April 19, 1993 Barbourville, Kentucky -b-
Bobby Blaze June 7, 1993 Cumberland, Kentucky -c-
Tony Anthony June 28, 1993 Council, Virginia -d-
Jimmy Del Ray August 16, 1993 Clinton, Tennessee -e-
Robert Gibson September 13, 1993 Oakwood, Virginia
Tony Anthony [2] September 13, 1993 Oakwood, Virginia -f-
Tim Horner [2] October 4, 1993 Jellico, Tennessee -g-
Tracey Smothers [2] December 6, 1993 Jefferson, North Carolina -h-
Chris Candido December 6, 1993 Jefferson, North Carolina
Robbie Eagle January 10, 1994 Chilhowiwe, Virginia
The Hornet February 7, 1994 Jellico, Tennessee
Killer Kyle February 7, 1994 Jellico, Tennessee
Bruiser Bedlam April 4, 1994 Clinton, Tennessee -i-
Kendo the Samurai May 2, 1994 Harriman, Tennessee -j-
Tracey Smothers [3] June 7, 1994 Loudon, Tennessee -k-
Chris Candido [2] July 5, 1994 Warrensville, North Carolina -l-
Lance Storm August 8, 1994 Saltville, Virginia
Boo Bradley September 5, 1994 Cumberland, Kentucky
Scott Studd October 3, 1994 Morganton, South Carolina
Bryant Anderson October 3, 1994 Morganton, South Carolina -m-
Brian Lee [2] November 7, 1994 Oakwood, Virginia -n-
Buddy Landell December 5, 1994 Princeton, West Virginia -o-
Boo Bradley [2] February 6, 1995 Lenoir, North Carolina -p-
Billy Black February 6, 1995 Lenoir, North Carolina -q
Killer Kyle [2] February 6, 1995 Lenoir, North Carolina -r-
Bobby Blaze [2] April 7, 1995 Pikeville, Kentucky -s-

The concept of the title was that if a champion could defend the title against randomly drawn opponents for five straight weeks on television, the title was vacated and the former champion awarded $1000.

-a- Defeated Tony Anthony in the finals of a four-man tournament to become the first champion.

-b- Title vacated on June 7, 1993 after Lee defends the title for his 5th consecutive week.

-c- Defeated Tony Anthony for the vacant title.

-d- Anthony wins the title disguised as the "Mighty Yankee". Title is then vacated in August 1993.

-e- Defeated Ricky Morton for the vacant title.

-f- Title vacated on October 4, 1993.

-g- Defeated Juicy Johnny for the vacant title. Vacated the title on December 6, 1993 due to injury.

-h- Defeated Chris Candido for the vacant title.

-i- Title vacated on May 2, 1994 after Bedlam defends the title for his 5th consecutive week.

-j- Defeated Chris Hamrick for the vacant title.

-k- Title vacated on July 5, 1994 after Smothers defends the title for his 5th consecutive week.

-l- Defeated Scott Studd for the vacant title.

-m- Title vacated on November 7, 1994 after Anderson defends the title for his 5th consecutive week.

-n- Defeated The Nightmare for the vacant title.

-o- Title vacated on February 6, 1995 after Landell defends the title for his 5th consecutive week.

-p- Defeated The Wolfman for the vacant title.

-q- Title vacated on February 6, 1995 after Billy Black sustained an injury.

-r- Defeated Boo Bradley for the vacant title.

-s- Title abandoned after promotion closed on November 26, 1995.

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