WCW World Hardcore Championship
Champion Date Won Location Notes
Norman Smiley November 21, 1999 Toronto, ON -a-
Brian Knobs January 11, 2000 Erie, PA
Bam Bam Bigelow February 7, 2000 Tulsa, OK
Brian Knobs [2] February 20, 2000 San Francisco, CA
3 Count (Evan Karagias, Shane Helms, and Shannon Moore) February 28, 2000 Minneapolis, MN -b-
Brian Knobs [3] March 19, 2000 Miami, FL -c-
Terry Funk April 16, 2000 Chicago, IL -d-
Shane Douglas May 22, 2000 Grand Rapids, MI
Terry Funk [2] May 23, 2000 Saganaw, MI -e-
Eric Bischoff June 5, 2000 San Francisco, CA
Big Vito and Johnny the Bull June 6, 2000 Knoxville, TN -f-
Big Vito June 19, 2000 Billings, MT -g-
Lance Storm July 24, 2000 Cleveland, OH
Carl Oulette August 14, 2000 Kelowna, BC -h-
Norman Smiley [2] August 14, 2000 Kelowna, BC -i-
Reno October 2, 2000 San Francisco, CA -j-
Crowbar November 6, 2000 Chicago, IL
Terry Funk [3] Decemeber 17, 2000 Washington DC
Meng January 14, 2001 Indianapolis, IN -k-

-a- Defeats Brian Knobs to become the first champion.

-b- Wins a handicap match against Knobs.

-c- Title is declared vacant by WCW executives Eric Bischoff and Vince Russo on April 10, 2000 in Chicago, IL when they relaunch WCW.

-d- Defeats Norman Smiley.

-e- Teams with Norman Smiley in a handicap match to defeat Douglas.

-f- Awarded by Bischoff as co-champions.

-g- Defeats Johnny The Bull to become the undisputed champion.

-h- Title presented by Storm.

-i- Declared vacant by Mike Sanders, standing in for Vince Russo.

-j- Sgt. A-Wall defeats Reno in a tournament final, but Mike Sanders, standing in for Vince Russo, reverses the decision.

-k- Defeats Funk and Crowbar in a three-way match. Title is vacated on January 21, 2001 when Meng appears on a WWE card.

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