February 7, 1999--Present
Compiled by Brian Westcott
See the NWA Missouri Heavyweight Title for earlier history
Defeats Greg Valentine to become first champion under the revived championship
2."Showtime" Shane Sommers
Defeated John "The Bodyguard" Epperson for the vacant title.
The match was a tag-team bout between Sommers/Mad Hatter vs. Epperson/(NWA National Champion) Ricky Murdoch.
The title was declared held up after the Survivor Series bout earlier in the show when it was determined that Showtime used an illegal choke hold on Epperson. The tag bout was then order by NWA Missouri stating that whoever got the pinfall would be the NWA Missouri Champ.
NWA Anniversary Show
Ricky Murdoch also held the following titles in conjunction with the NWA Missouri Heavyweight Title:
4.Shane Somers 
Defeated Tyler Cook to win vacant title.
Abyss won the NWA World Heavyweight Title on 11/19/2006, defeating Sting.
01/19/2007-St. Joseph, MO
Defeated Mark Sterling, Kraig Keesman, and Jeremy Wyatt in a 4-way match.
10/16/2009-Glen Carbon, IL
06/10/2011-Glen Carbon, IL
Defeated Dan Walsh in tournament final for the vacant title.
09/07/2012-Glen Carbon, IL
Defeated K.C. Karrington, Dan Walsh, and Trent Stone in a 4-way match.
Won 10-man battle royal, last eliminating Jack Gamble, to be recognized by NWA Central-States; declared held-up on 04/06/2014 due to a controversial ending in the match.
11.Elvis Aliaga 
06/21/2014-Ft. Leonard Wood, MO
Won 4-man gauntlet match, last eliminating Jack Gamble.
Illinois champion, defeated Morris in double title match.
14.Evan Morris 
03/05/2016-St. Robert, MO
18.Jay Howard 
NWA Central-States closes in 10/2017
Defeated Jake Dirden to win Dynamo Pro Title and is also recognized as the first Missouri champion by Missouri Wrestling Revival, a website that sanctions the title as a cross-promotional championship
Lost Dynamo Pro Title to Dirden on 02/06/2016 in a 4-way match but keeps the Missouri title since MNR sanctions the title matches only in singles competitions.
01/14/2017-St. Louis, MO
02/11/2017-St. Louis, MO
23.Brandon Espinosa 
05/13/2017-St. Louis, MO
24.Ace Hawkins 
07/22/2017-St. Louis, MO
03/10/2018-Moscow Mills, MO
11/17/2018-Green Ridge, MO
27.Karim Brigante 
28.Ace Hawkins 
12/15/2018-Ft. Leonard Wood, MO
05/11/2019-Kansas City, MO
08/24/2019-Cape Girardeau, MO
Billy Hills retires
Top 1 ranker, defeated the top 2 ranker Moses.
05/07/2022-St. Louis, MO
Won from Mike Outlaw, who challenged Surge to give him a rematch later in the day.
33.Mike Outlaw 
05/07/2022-St. Louis, MO
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