WWA World Middleweight Championship

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Current Champion

Championship Status

Averno is the current champion. He defeated Myzteziz on September 16th, 2015 in Arena Neza. The WWA championships are largely unregulated at present time. There's at least two titles floating around, one in Monterrey and one in Tijuana. There may be more.

History of Championship

According to La Frontera, a Tijuana newspaper, in 2001, Solar I was the last person seen with the WWA World Middleweight Title. He took the belt with him and its assumed he dropped it to Blue Panther some time in late 2001, as Panther was seen the defending the title in early 2002.

In 2003, Promociones Mora started running TV Tapings for a new televised lucha libre show to air in Tijuana, and then abroad. Before the tapings in another article in La Frontera, they spoke of Raging Dawg winning the World Middleweight Title beforehand in Southern California, so most likely it was awarded it to him and that's why he was defending it against Nicho in June of 2003.

So rather than get the original belt back from Blue Panther, they just decided to create a new version of the middleweight title. Either they just wanted a fresh start, or Panther was holding up the belt for money or for other reasons, we may not now. This is supported by the fact that along with a new middleweight belt, they also created a new set of tag team titles and even had a tournament for those new belts.

Champions Listing

# Champion(s) Defeated Date Location
championship decided thru unknown means
1 El Jalisco I ? ? ?
2[1] Super Muneco El Jalisco I 1986.02.13 Auditorio de Tijuana
1 El Estudiante 1986.02.13 Auditorio de Tijuana
2[2] Ricky Boy 1987.05.22 Auditorio de Tijuana
championship status unclear
3 Apolo Estrada ? ? ?
1[3] Super Astro 1988.02.12 Auditorio de Tijuana
4 Super Astro ? 1990.06.?? ?
5 Blue Demon Jr. Super Astro 1990.11.23 Villahermosa, Mexico
championship vacated in June 1991 for unknown reasons
championship status unclear
6 Fobia ? 199?.??.?? ?
7 Negro Azteca Fobia 1995.??.?? Arena Coliseo Mexicali - Baja California
1 Fobia 1995.??.?? Baja California
8 Rey Misterio Negro Azteca 199?.??.?? Baja California
championship status unclear
9 Ultraman 2000 ? 1996.02.?? ?
championship status unclear
10 Piloto Suicida ? 1996.05.?? ?
11 The Great Sasuke Piloto Suicida 1996.07.27 Sakata, Japan
championship vacated on 1996.08.16 due to injury
12 El Pantera Naohiro Hoshikawa 1996.08.17 Noshiro, Japan
championship vacated immediately after the match due to Pantera injury
13 Super Boy Naohiro Hoshikawa 1996.08.23 Gosen, Japan
championship status unclear
championship splits; two different wrestlers claim championship
 
 
title change
successful title defense
championship matches which were announced, but results were not found

Sources:

  1. won via forfeit when Jalisco I did not appear for scheduled title defense
  2. Arena Tijuana
  3. Arena Tijuana - could be the title change

Tijuana Branch

# Champion(s) Defeated Date Location
14 Solar I ? 2000.??.?? ?
15 Kiss Solar I 2001.07.06 Tijuana
championship status unclear
16 Raging Dawg Psicosis II 2003.06.06 Auditorio De Tijuana
17 Nicho el Millonario Raging Dawg 2003.08.29 Auditorio De Tijuana
18 Mistico Juarez Nicho el Millonario 2004.02.29 Juarez
1 Angel Blanco Jr. 2004.04.25 Juarez
2 Abismo Negro 2004.05.23 Juarez
championship vacated on unknown date when Mistico Juarez is unable to defend championship in Tijuana
19 Rayman Angel Blanco Jr. 2004.12.10 Auditorio De Tijuana
1 Pierroth Jr. II 2005.10.17 Tonala, Jalisco
2 Cien Caras Jr. 2006.02.05 Tepatitlan, Jalisco
3 Averno 2006.03.21 Arena Coliseo De Guadalajara
4 Cien Caras Jr. 2006.04.29 Mazatlan, Sinaloa
5 Cien Caras Jr. 2006.06.03 Puerto Vallarta, Jalisco
20 Angel Blanco Jr. Rayman 2006.10.20 Auditorio De Tijuana
1 Satanico 2006.10.28 Arena Coliseo Guadalajara
2 Fabian el Gitano 2006.12.17 Arena Coliseo Guadalajara
3 Super Astro 2006.12.25 Auditorio De Tijuana
4 Maximo 2008.02.17 Arena Coliseo Guadalajara
21 Mistico Angel Blanco Jr. 2008.02.23 Ensenada
championship vacated
22 Olimpico Angel Blanco Jr. 2009.02.20 Plaza de Toros el Relicario, Puebla
 
 
title change
successful title defense
championship matches which were announced, but results were not found

Sources:

Místico/Myzteziz/Sin Cara Branch

# Champion(s) Defeated Date Location
23 Místico/Myzteziz Ángel Blanco Jr. 2008.02.23 Ensenada
24 Averno Myzteziz[1] 2015.09.16 Arena Neza - Ciudad Neza, Mexico State
 
 
title change
successful title defense
championship matches which were announced, but results were not found

Sources:

  1. Místico took Myzteziz gimmick in 2014.

Mexico City/Monterrey branch

# Champion(s) Defeated Date Location
10 Blue Panther ? 20??.??.?? ?
1 Solar I 2002.01.31 Arena Aficion - Pachuca, Hidalgo
2[1] Hijo del Santo 2002.06.27 Arena Olimpico Laguna
3 Atlantis 2002.05.23 Arena Neza - Nezahualcoyotl, Mexico State
4 Atlantis 2002.07.25 Arena Neza - Nezahualcoyotl, Mexico State
5 Atlantis 2002.10.29 Arena Coliseo DF - Mexico City
5 Black Warrior 2004.01.18 Arena Coliseo DF - Mexico City
11 Charles Lucero Blue Panther 2004.05.09 Gimnasio Nuevo León - Monterrey, Nuevo León
1 Chucho Mar Jr. 2004.06.05 Deportivo Castillo - Monterrey, Nuevo León
12 Tigre Universitario Charles Lucero 2004.11.28 Gimnasio Nuevo León - Monterrey, Nuevo León
1 Averno 2005.03.06 Gimnasio Nuevo León - Monterrey, Nuevo León
2 Karonte 2005.04.29 Estacionament CROC - Monterrey, Nuevo León
13 Charles Lucero [2] Tigre Universitario 2005.05.29 Gimnasio Nuevo León - Monterrey, Nuevo León
14 Tigre Universitario [2] Charles Lucero 2005.10.23 Gimnasio Nuevo León - Monterrey, Nuevo León
1 Loco Max 2006.11.12 Gimnasio Nuevo León - Monterrey, Nuevo León
2 Golden Boy, Mongol Chino Jr. & Rey Hechicero 2007.10.21 Gimnasio Nuevo León - Monterrey, Nuevo León
15 Rey Hechicero Tigre Universitario 2007.12.09 Gimnasio Nuevo León - Monterrey, Nuevo León
1 Valiente 2008.01.27 Gimnasio Nuevo León - Monterrey, Nuevo León
16 Tigre Universitario [3] Rey Hechicero 2008.04.27 Gimnasio Nuevo León - Monterrey, Nuevo León
17 Difunto II Tigre Universitario 2008.09.28 Gimnasio Nuevo León - Monterrey, Nuevo León
1 Tigre Universitario 2009.06.20 Parque Tolteca - Guadalupe, Nuevo León
18 Charles Lucero [3] Difunto II 2009.08.15 Parque Tolteca - Guadalupe, Nuevo León
1 Tigre Universitario 2009.11.03 Arena Coliseo Monterrey - Monterrey, Nuevo León
19 Panthro Charles Lucero 2011.??.?? ?
1 Difunto I 2011.06.27 Deportivo Nueva Moctezuma - Monterrey, Nuevo León
20 Monje Negro Jr. Panthro 2012.05.27 Arena Solidaridad - Monterrey, Nuevo León
21 Ministro de la Muerte Monje Negro Jr.[2] 2014.09.28 Arena Coliseo Monterrey - Monterrey, Nuevo León
 
 
title change
successful title defense
championship matches which were announced, but results were not found

Sources:

  1. El Siglo de Torreon 2002-06-27
  2. 12-Man with masks, hairs, and title on the line


Gallery of Champions

Super Muneco, 2nd Champion
Super Astro, 3rd Champion
Negro Azteca 7th Champion
Solar, 14th Champion (TJ Branch)
Nicho el Millonario, 15th Champion (TJ Branch)
Mistico Juarez, 16th Champion (TJ Branch)


Rayman, 17th Champion (TJ Branch)
Angel Blanco Jr., 18th Champion (TJ Branch)
Mistico, 17th Champion (TJ Branch)
Rey Hechicero, 15th Champion (Monterrey Branch)

Sources

World Wrestling Association Championships
Minis (Octagoncito), Light (TJ Boy), Welter (El Bandido/Hijo de Rey Misterio), Middle (Averno), Junior Light Heavy (Atlantis), Light Heavy (Heddi Karaoui), Junior Heavy (Cien Caras Jr.), Heavy (Rayo de Jalisco Jr.)
Women (vacated)
Tag Team (Bestia 666 & Damián 666), Trios (Super Muñeco, Super Pinocho & Super Raton)