GDT National Championship

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The GDT National Championship was a professional wrestling championship promoted by Revolución Lucha Libre (RLL). It was established in 2008, and served as a secondary championship in the promotion behind the RLL Absoluto Championship. On December 8, 2014, the title was merged with the RLL Absoluto Championship to make way to the creation of RLL Undisputed Championship.

History of Championship

The GDT National Championship was introduced on September 14, 2008. The title was created in order to represent the promotion's new regular show called Guerra De Titanes. At the show, Coyote was crowned as the first champion by defeating Engranaje Jack, Pensacola, and Toro. On April 17, 2011 at Ambicion De Poder 2011, the GDT National Championship was unified with the RLL Absoluto Championship; both titles began to be defended together as RLL Undisputed Championship. However, on September 25, 2011, both titles were were splitted off again by RLL chairman Rafael Rodríguez after Koyote drew Perro Ramces in the finals of Survival Battle Match 2011. On November 4 at Raza De Campeones 2012, Mr. Original won a Three Way Match versus Engranaje Jack, and Tonny Little to win both this title, and the GLL Hatun Auqui Latin American Championship. Soon later, Mr. Original unmasked himself as Black Cambodian Warrior.

On December 8, 2014, the title was merged with the RLL Absoluto Championship to make way to the creation of RLL Undisputed Championship. Time later, the RLL Regional Championship was also merged into this title.

Champions Listing

# Champion(s) Defeated Date Location
4-Man Steel Cage Match to crown the first champion
1 Coyote Engranaje Jack, Pensacola, and Toro 2008.09.14 Teatro Caupolicán - Santiago, Metropolitan Region
2 Toro Coyote, Makina, and Venancio Retamales 2009.03.28 Teatro Caupolicán - Santiago, Metropolitan Region
1 Atemista, and Coyote 2009.05.31 Gimnasio Fortín Arturo Prat - Valparaiso, Valparaiso Region
3 Makina Toro 2009.07.26 Gimnasio Fortín Arturo Prat - Valparaiso, Valparaiso Region
1 Engranaje Jack 2010.04.24 Gimnasio Municipal - Estación Central, Metropolitan Region
2 Francisco Javier Mackenna 2010.05.09 Club México - Santiago, Metropolitan Region
3 Perro Ramces 2010.05.23 Gimnasio Municipal Limache - Marga Marga, Valparaiso Region
4 Engranaje Jack Makina, Montoya, and Ultimo Chingon 2010.07.18 Club México - Santiago, Metropolitan Region
1 Funky Schop, and Savio Vega 2010.12.12 Club México - Santiago, Metropolitan Region
Unified with RLL Absoluto Championship on April 17, 2011; title deactivated[1]
Three Way Match to fill the vacant titles[2]
5 Perro Ramces Colt Cabana, and Koyote[3] 2011.10.23 Club México - Santiago, Metropolitan Region
1 BCW, Engranaje Jack, Koyote, and Montoya 2011.12.11 Club México - Santiago, Metropolitan Region
2 Impacto 2012.02.04 Gimnasio Víctor Soto - Talagante, Metropolitan Region
3 Macho 2012.06.17 Colegio Salesianos - Santiago, Metropolitan Region
6 Macho Impacto & Perro Ramces 2012.07.08 Colegio Salesianos - Santiago, Metropolitan Region
1 Montoya 2012.07.22 Colegio Salesianos - Santiago, Metropolitan Region
2 Tonny Little 2012.08.12 Colegio Salesianos - Santiago, Metropolitan Region
3 Ultimo Chingon[4] 2012.09.02 Colegio Salesianos - Santiago, Metropolitan Region
Both titles were vacated on October 31, 2012 due to an injury of Macho
Three Way Match to fill the vacant titles
7 Black Cambodian Warrior Engranaje Jack, and Tonny Little[5] 2012.11.04 Colegio Salesianos - Santiago, Metropolitan Region
1 Engranaje Jack 2013.04.07 Teatro Novedades - Santiago, Metropolitan Region
2 Owen 2013.04.21 Teatro Novedades - Santiago, Metropolitan Region
3 Tonny Little 2013.05.05 Teatro Novedades - Santiago, Metropolitan Region
8 Tonny Little[6] Black Cambodian Warrior, and Engranaje Jack 2013.05.19 Teatro Novedades - Santiago, Metropolitan Region
1 Koyote 2013.06.02 Teatro Novedades - Santiago, Metropolitan Region
9 El Verdugo Black Cambodian Warrior, Koyote & Tonny Little[7] 2013.07.21 Teatro Novedades - Santiago, Metropolitan Region
1 Tonny Little 2013.08.04 Teatro Novedades - Santiago, Metropolitan Region
Vacant on October 22, 2014 due to El Verdugo was "disappeared"[8]
Finals of Survival Battle 2014 to crown a new champion
10 Engranaje Jack Impacto 2014.11.09 Club Chocolate - Recoleta, Metropolitan Region
Unified with RLL Absoluto Championship on December 8, 2014; title deactivated
The three championships were on the line; each one was defended in differents falls
11 Charlie Lee Funky Schop 2018.06.02 Arena Revolución - San Joaquín, Metropolitan Region
Unified with RLL Absoluto Championship, and RLL Regional Championship on December 8, 2014; title deactivated to create the RLL Multi Championship
 
 
title change
successful title defense
championship matches which were announced, but results were not found

Sources:

  1. The RLL Undisputed Championship was vacated on September 25, 2011 after a match between Koyote, and Perro Ramces; both titles were splitted off again.
  2. Two Falls Match; the first fall was contested for the GDT National Championship, and the second fall was contested for the RLL Absoluto Championship.
  3. Colt Cabana won the Absoluto Title, while Perro Ramces won the National Title.
  4. Title vs Title Match; Macho bet the GDT National Championship while Ultimo Chingon bet the GLL Hatun Auqui Latin American Championship.
  5. Both titles began to be defended together.
  6. He only won this title, not the GLL one.
  7. Black Cambodian Warrior's GLL Hatun Auqui Latin American Championship was also on the line.
  8. RLL storyline.


Gallery of Champions

Coyote, 1st & 5th Champion
Makina, 3rd Champion
Engranaje Jack, 4th Champion
Perro Ramces, 6th Champion
Macho, 7th Champion
V Revolucion Lucha Libre Championships E
Absoluto (Choro Johans), Regional (Inaktiv)
National (Máximo), Tag (Coyote & Montoya), Women's (Mirash)