WWA World Heavyweight Championship (Mexico)

Professional wrestling championship

The WWA World Heavyweight Championship (Campeonato Mundial Peso Completo WWA in Spanish) is a professional wrestling world heavyweight championship promoted by the Mexican Lucha Libre wrestling based promotion World Wrestling Association (WWA) since 1986. As the Championship was designated as a heavyweight title, the Championship can only officially be competed for by wrestlers weighing at least 105 kg (231 lb).[1] However, as with most heavyweight titles the “minimum” weight requirement is often ignored.

As it was a professional wrestling championship, the championship was not won not by actual competition, but by a scripted ending to a match determined by the bookers and match makers.[a] On occasion the promotion declares a championship vacant, which means there is no champion at that point in time. This can either be due to a storyline,[b] or real life issues such as a champion suffering an injury being unable to defend the championship,[c] or leaving the company.[d]

Bill Anderson was the first champion, defeating Tinieblas in the finals of a tournament on October 4, 1986. Perro Aguayo is the wrestler that has held the championship the most times, three, Mil Mascaras is the only other wrestler to have won the title more than once. The current champion is Rayo de Jalisco, Jr., having defeated Rey Misterio, Sr. in a tournament final on March 21, 2003. Since the WWA titles have been largely unsanctioned since the late 1990s it means that they can be defended on any wrestling show, not just limited to WWA promoted shows.[e]

Title history[edit]

No. Overall reign number
Reign Reign number for the specific champion
Days Number of days held
N/A Unknown information
Championship change is unrecognized by the promotion
No. Champion Championship change Reign statistics Notes Ref.
Date Event Location Reign Days
 1  Bill Anderson  October 4, 1986  Live event [f]  1  119 Defeated Tinieblas to become first champion. [e]
 2  Tinieblas  January 31, 1987  Live event Los Angeles, California  1  182 !”>[g] [e]
 3  Super Halcón  August 1987  Live event Los Angeles, California  1   [e]
 4  Dos Caras  1989  Live event [f]  1  262 !”>[h] [e]
 5  Scorpio Jr.  September 19, 1990  Live event Naucalpan, Mexico  1  36 [e]
 6  Mil Máscaras  October 25, 1991  Live event Tijuana, Mexico  1  799 !”>[i] [e]
Vacated  1994 Championship vacated for unknown reasons [e]
 7  Perro Aguayo  September 18, 1994  Live event Nuevo Laredo, Mexico  1  105 !”>[j] Defeated Cien Caras to win the vacant title. [e]
 8  Cien Caras  1995   Live event  1  1 !”>[k] [e]
 9  Perro Aguayo  October 4, 1995  Live event Aguascalientes, Mexico  2  23 [e]
 10  Cibernético  October 27, 1995  Live event Tehuacan, Mexico  1  49 [e]
 11  Perro Aguayo  December 15, 1995  Live event Mexico City, Mexico  3  560 [e]
 12  Cobarde Jr.  June 27, 1997  Live event Tala, Mexico  1  553 !”>[l] [e]
 13  Mil Máscaras  1999   Live event  2   [e]
Vacated N/A Championship vacated for unknown reasons
 14  Rayo de Jalisco Jr.  March 21, 2003  Live event Tijuana, Mexico  1  1800 Defeated Rey Misterio, Sr. to win the vacant title. [7]
Vacated February 23, 2008 WWA stripped Jalisco of the title after no-showing a title defense.
  1. ^ Hornbaker (2016) p. 550: “Professional wrestling is a sport in which match finishes are predetermined. Thus, win–loss records are not indicative of a wrestler’s genuine success based on their legitimate abilities – but on now much, or how little they were pushed by promoters”
  2. ^ Duncan & Will (2000) p. 271, Chapter: Texas: NWA American Tag Team Title [World Class, Adkisson] “Championship held up and rematch ordered because of the interference of manager Gary Hart”
  3. ^ Duncan & Will (2000) p. 20, Chapter: (United States: 19th Century & widely defended titles – NWA, WWF, AWA, IW, ECW, NWA) NWA/WCW TV Title “Rhodes stripped on 85/10/19 for not defending the belt after having his leg broken by Ric Flair and Ole & Arn Anderson”
  4. ^ Duncan & Will (2000) p. 201, Chapter: (Memphis, Nashville) Memphis: USWA Tag Team Title “Vacant on 93/01/18 when Spike leaves the USWA.”
  5. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o Duncan & Will (2000) p. 400, Chapter: “Mexico: WWA World Wrestling Association Heavyweight Title (Benjamin Mora Jr.)”
  6. ^ a b The exact location of the title change has not been captured as part of the championship documentation.
  7. ^ The exact date on which Tinieblas lost the title is unknown, placing the title reign between 182 and 212 days.
  8. ^ The exact date on which Dos Caras won the title is unknown, placing the title reign between 262 and 626 days.
  9. ^ The exact date on which the title was vacated is unknown, placing the title reign between 799 and 1,163 days.
  10. ^ The exact date on which Pero Aguayo lost the title is unknown, placing the title reign between 105 and 380 days.
  11. ^ The exact date on which Cien Caras won the title is unknown, placing the title reign between 1 and 276 days.
  12. ^ The exact date on which Cobarde Jr. lost the title is unknown, placing the title reign between 553 and 917 days.


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  1. ^ Arturo Montiel Rojas (2001-08-30). “Reglamento de Box y Lucha Libre Profesional del Estado de Mexico” (PDF) (in Spanish). Comisión de Box y Lucha Libre Mexico D.F. Archived from the original (PDF) on November 30, 2006. Retrieved 2009-04-03. Completo 105 kilos sin limite
  2. ^ SuperLuchas staff (January 5, 2003). “Número Especial – Lo mejor de la lucha libre mexicana durante el 2003”. Super Luchas (in Spanish). issue 40.

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