|Ric Flair||January 11, 1991||East Rutherford, NJ||-a-|
|Lex Luger||July 14, 1991||Baltimore, MD||-b-|
|Sting||February 29, 1992||Milwaukee, WI|
|Big Van Vader||July 12, 1992||Albany, GA|
|Ron Simmons||August 2, 1992||Baltimore, MD|
|Big Van Vader ||December 30, 1992||Baltimore, MD|
|Sting ||March 11, 1993||London, England|
|Big Van Vader ||March 17, 1993||Dublin, Ireland|
|Ric Flair ||December 27, 1993||Charlotte, NC||-c-|
|Ric Flair ||April 21, 1994||Atlanta, GA||-d-|
|Hulk Hogan||July 17, 1994||Orlando, FL|
|The Giant||October 29, 1995||Detroit, MI||-e-|
|Randy Savage||November 26, 1995||Norfolk, VA||-f-|
|Ric Flair ||December 27, 1995||Nashville, TN|
|Randy Savage ||January 22, 1996||Las Vegas, NV|
|Ric Flair ||February 11, 1996||St. Petersburg, FL|
|The Giant ||April 22, 1996||Albany, GA|
|Hulk Hogan ||August 10, 1996||Sturgis, SD|
|Lex Luger ||August 4, 1997||Auburn Hills, MI|
|Hulk Hogan ||August 9, 1997||Sturgis, SD|
|Sting ||December 28, 1997||Washington DC||-g-|
|Sting ||February 22, 1998||San Francisco, CA||-h-|
|Randy Savage ||April 19, 1998||Denver, CO|
|Hulk Hogan ||April 20, 1998||Colorado Springs, CO|
|Bill Goldberg||July 6, 1998||Atlanta, GA|
|Kevin Nash||December 27, 1998||Washington, DC|
|Hulk Hogan ||January 4, 1999||Atlanta, GA|
|Ric Flair ||March 14, 1999||Louisville, KY|
|Diamond Dallas Page||April 11, 1999||Tacoma, WA||-i-|
|Sting ||April 26, 1999||Fargo, ND|
|Diamond Dallas Page ||April 26, 1999||Fargo, ND||-j-|
|Kevin Nash ||May 9, 1999||St, Louis, MO|
|Randy Savage ||July 11, 1999||Ft. Lauderdale, FL||-k-|
|Hulk Hogan ||July 13, 1999||Jacksonville, FL|
|Sting ||September 12, 1999||Winston-Salem, NC||-l-|
|Bret Hart||November 21, 1999||Toronto, ON||-m-|
|Bret Hart ||December 20, 1999||Baltimore, MD||-n-|
|Chris Benoit||January 16, 2000||Cincinnati, OH||-o-|
|Sid Vicious||January 24, 2000||Los Angeles, CA||-p-|
|Kevin Nash ||January 25, 2000||Las Vegas, NV||-q-|
|Sid Vicious ||January 25, 2000||Las Vegas, NV||-r-|
|Jeff Jarrett||April 16, 2000||Chicago, IL||-s-|
|Diamond Dallas Page ||April 24, 2000||Rochester, NY|
|David Arquette||April 25, 2000||Syracuse, NY||-t-|
|Jeff Jarrett ||May 7, 2000||Kansas City, MO||-u-|
|Ric Flair ||May 15, 2000||Biloxi, MS||-v-|
|Jeff Jarrett ||May 22, 2000||Grand Rapids, MI||-w-|
|Kevin Nash ||May 23, 2000||Saginaw, MI||-x-|
|Ric Flair ||May 29, 2000||Salt Lake City, UT||-y-|
|Jeff Jarrett ||May 29, 2000||Salt Lake City, UT||-z-|
|Booker T.||July 9, 2000||Daytona Beach, FL|
|Kevin Nash ||August 28, 2000||Las Cruces, NM|
|Booker T. ||September 17, 2000||Buffalo, NY|
|Vince Russo||September 25, 2000||Uniondale, NY||-aa-|
|Booker T. ||October 2, 2000||San Francisco, CA||-bb-|
|Scott Steiner||November 26, 2000||Milwaukee, WI|
|Booker T. ||March 26, 2001||Panama Beach, FL||-cc-|
|Kurt Angle||July 24, 2001||Pittsburgh, PA|
|Booker T. ||July 30, 2001||Philadelphia, PA|
|The Rock||August 19, 2001||San Jose, CA|
|Chris Jericho||October 21, 2001||St. Louis, MO|
|The Rock ||November 5, 2001||Uniondale, NY||-dd-|
|Chris Jericho ||December 9, 2001||San Diego, CA||-ee-|
-a- Recognized as the first WCW World Heavyweight Champion after WCW withdraws from the NWA; stripped on July 1, 1991 when Flair leaves for the WWF.
-b- Defeated Barry Windham for the vacant title.
-c- Held-up after match against Ricky Steamboat ends in a double pin on April 17, 1994.
-d- Defeated Steamboat in a rematch.
-e- Wins the title via DQ; The Giant's manager Jimmy Hart has inserted a clause into the match contract the the title could change hands in the event of a disqualification; Stripped on November 6, 1995 when WCW claimed that the change was dubious.
-f- Wins the World War 3, 60-man battle royal for the vacant title.
-g- Vacated on January 8, 1998 by WCW chairman J.J. Dillon because of the controversial endings between Hogan and Sting on December 28 and 29, 1997.
-h- Defeated Hulk Hogan for the vacant title.
-i- Defeated Flair, Hulk Hogan, and Sting in a four corners match to win the belt.
-j- Defeated Bill Goldberg, Kevin Nash, and Sting in a four corners match for the title.
-k- Pins Nash in a tag team match with Sid Vicious against Nash and Sting.
-l- Stripped on October 25, 1999 after Sting attacks WCW referee Charles Robinson the night before.
-m- Defeated Chris Benoit in the finals of a 32-man tournament for the vacant title; vacated on December 19, 1999.
-n- Defeated Bill Goldberg for the vacant title; Vacated on January 16, 2000 due to head injury.
-o- Defeated Sid Vicious for the vacant title; vacated on January 17, 2000 due to a contractual dispute with WCW, leading to Benoit's departure from the company.
-p- Defeated Kevin Nash for the vacant belt; Stripped on January 25, 2000 by WCW commissioner Kevin Nash.
-q- Awards himself the vacant belt.
-r- Vacated by WCW executives Eric Bischoff and Vince Russo on April 10, 2000 when they relaunch WCW.
-s- Defeated Diamond Dallas Page in the finals of a tournament for the vacant belt.
-t- Pinned Eric Bischoff in a tag team match with Diamond Dallas Page against Bischoff and Jeff Jarrett in which the winner of the fall could win the belt; vacated on May 1, 2000.
-u- Defeated Arquette and Diamond Dallas Page in a triple cage match.
-v- Stripped by Vince Russo on May 22, 2000.
-w- Defeated Kevin Nash for the vacant title.
-x- Defeated Jarrett and Scott Steiner in a triangle match.
-y- Belt returned to flair by Nash.
-z- Loses the title to Hulk Hogan on July 9, 2000, but title change in invalidated by Vince Russo who orders Jarrett to defend the belt later the same night against Booker T.
-aa- Escapes cage during a cage match; vacates the belt on October 2, 2000.
-bb- Defeated Jeff Jarrett for the vacant title.
-cc- WWF acquires WCW in March 2001; Booker T. continues to be recognized as champion.
-dd- Referred to as the "World Title" after Alliance is defeated on November 19, 2001.
-ee- Unified with the <link> WWE World Heavyweight Title in the finals of a four-man tournament; Jericho defeated The Rock earlier in the card for the WCW belt and Steve Austin in the main event for the WWF belt.