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April 1963--Present

FromWrestling Title Histories
by Royal Duncan & Gary Will
with additional information from Matt Benaka, Earl Oliver, Andrew Zadarnowski, Jason Fitzgerald and Joe Dean

1."The Nature Boy" Buddy Rogers {Herman Rhode}
Buddy Rogers was awarded the World Wide Wrestling Federation (WWWF) Title by promoters who broke with the National Wrestling Alliance (NWA). They didn't recognize Roger's one-fall loss of the NWA World Heavyweight Title to Lou Thesz on January 24, 1963.

2.Bruno Sammartino
05/17/63- New York, New York, United States (Madison Square Garden)
The referee for this match was Ed Gersh
Ray Stevens alledgedly defeated Sammartino on July 15, 1967 in San Francisco,CA but Stevens victory was not recognized by federation officials.

3.Ivan Koloff {James Parris}
01/18/71- New York,New York, United States (Madison Square Garden)
Managed by Lou Albano

4.Pedro Morales
02/08/71- New York, New York,United States (Madison Square Garden)
The WWWF Title was reduced from a World Title to a regional title when the WWWF joined the NWA.
Managed by Gorilla Monsoon {Gino Marelli}

5.Stan Stasiak
12/01/73-Philadelphia, Pennsylvania,United States (Philadelphia Arena)
managed by The Grand Wizard {Ernie Roth}

6.Bruno Sammartino (2)
12/10/73- New York, New York, United States (Madison Square Garden)
managed by Arnold Skoaland

7."Superstar" Billy Graham {Eldridge WayneColeman}
04/30/77- Baltimore, Maryland, United States
Managed by The Grand Wizard (2)
Jack Davis was the referee
Billy Graham wrestled NWA World Heavyweight Champion Harley Race to a time limit draw on 01/25/78 in Miami, Florida, United States (Orange Bowl).

8.Bob Backlund {Robert Backlund}
02/20/78-New York,New York, United States (Madison Square Garden)
The title was renamed the World Wrestling Federation (WWF) Title during 1979.

9.Antonio Inoki {Konji Inoki}
11/30/79-Tokushima, JAPAN
Antonio Inoki's title victory was not acknowledged in North America.
Inoki vacated the title on December 06, 1979 after a controversial rematch with Bob Backlund.

10.Bob Backlund (2)
12/12/79-New York, New York, United States (Madison Square Garden)
Managed by Arnold Skoaland (2)
On December 12, 1979 Backlund defeated Bobby Duncum for the vacant title. Backlund defeated NWA World Heavyweight Champion Harley Race by disqualification on September 22,1980 in New York, New York, The United States causing the title not to change hands.
The WWF Heavyweight Title was held up on October 19, 1981 when Greg Valentine {John Wisniski Jr.} was mistakenly given the belt by a dazed referee after being pinned by Backlund.

11.Bob Backlund (3)
11/23/81-New York, New York, United States (Madison Square Garden)
managed by Arnold Skoaland (3)
Backlund defeated Valentine in a rematch. Backlund wrestled to a double count-out against NWA World Heavyweight Champion Ric Flair {Richard Morgan Fliehr} on July 04, 1982 in Atlanta, Georgia, United States (The Omni).

12.The Iron Sheik {Hossein Khasrow Vaziri}
12/26/83- New York, New York, United States (Madison Square Garden)
managed by "Classie" Fred Blassie {Fred McDaniel}
The Iron Sheik defeated Backlund when Arnold Skoaland threw in the towel.

13.Hulk Hogan {Terrence Gene Bollea}
01/23/84- NewYork, New York, United States (Madison SquareGarden)
Hulk Hogan wrestled to a draw with the Universal Wrestling Alliance (UWA) World Heavyweight Champion, El Canek on September 02, 1984 in Mexico City, MEXICO.

14.Andre The Giant {Andre Rene Rousimoff}
02/05/88-Indianapolis, Indiana, United States (Market Square Arena)-The Main Event
Andre The Giant immediately surrendered the title to Ted Dibiase {Theodore MarvinDibiase}.
Federation president, Jack Tunney, ruled that the title couldn't be given away and by doing so, Andre vacated the title.

15."The Macho Man" Randy Savage {RandyPoffo}
03/27/88- Atlantic City, New Jersey, United States (Trump Plaza)-Wrestlemania IV
managed by Miss Elizabeth {Elizabeth Hewlett}
Randy Savage defeated Dibiase (with help from Hulk Hogan) in the finals of a sixteen man tournament to crown a new champion.

16.Hulk Hogan (2)
04/02/89-Atlantic City, New Jersey, United States (Trump Plaza)-Wrestlemania V
The referee for the match was Dave Hebner

17.The Ultimate Warrior {Bryan James Hellwig}
04/01/90- Toronto, Ontario, CANADA (The Skydome)-Wrestlemania VI

18.Sergeant Slaughter {Robert Remus}
01/19/91-Miami, Florida, United States (Miami Arena)- The Royal Rumble
Managed by General Adnan {Adnon El Kaissie}
Randy Savage hit the Warrior with his KOR scepter allowing Slaughter to get the pin

19.Hulk Hogan (3)
03/24/91-Los Angeles,CA (Sports Arena)-Wrestlemania VII

20.The Undertaker {Mark Calaway}
11/27/91-Detroit, Michigan, United States (Joe Louis Arena)- The Survivor Series
managed by Paul Bearer {William Moody}
Undertaker tombstoned Hogan onto a chair put in the ring by Ric Flair

21.Hulk Hogan (4)
12/03/91-San Antonio, Texas, United States-Tuesday in Texas
The title was held up after two controversial changes between Hogan and The Undertaker.

22."The Nature Boy" Ric Flair
01/19/92-Albany, NewYork, United States (Knickerbocker Arena)- The Royal Rumble
managed by Bobby "The Brain" Heenan {Raymond Louis Heenan} & Mr. Perfect {Curt Hennig}
Ric Flair won the Royal Rumble, eliminating Sid Justice {Sidney Ray Eudy} to win the held up title.

23."The Macho Man" Randy Savage (2)
04/05/92-Indianapolis, Indiana, United States (Hoosier Dome)-WrestlemaniaVIII
managed by Miss Elizabeth

24."The Nature Boy" Ric Flair (2)
09/01/92-Hershey, Pennsylvania, United States
Razor Ramon (Scott Hall) interfered and Savage passed out in Flair's Figure-Four leglock as the ref counted to three

25.Bret "The Hitman" Hart
10/12/92-Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, CANADA

26.Yokozuna {Rodney Anoia}
04/04/93- Las Vegas, Nevada, United States (Caesar Palace)-Wrestlemania IX
Managed by Mr. Fuji {Harry Fujiwara}
Fuji threw salt in Hart's eyes allowing Yokozuna to get the win

27.Hulk Hogan (5)
04/04/93-Las Vegas, Nevada, United States (Caesar's Palace)-Wrestlemania IX
Managed by "The Mouth of The South" Jimmy Hart
Mr. Fuji, Yokozuna's manager, challenged Hogan immediately after Yokozuna won the title.
Fuji mistakingly hit Yokozuna with salt and Hogan hit the legdrop for the victory.

28.Yokozuna (2)
06/13/93-Dayton, Ohio, United States (Nutter Center)-The King of The Ring
Managed by Mr. Fuji (2)& Jim Cornette

29.Bret "The Hitman" Hart (2)
03/20/94-New York, New York, United States (Madison Square Garden)-Wrestlemania X
The special guest referee was "Rowdy" Roddy Piper {Rod George Toombs}
Hart lost to his brother, Owen Hart, earlier that same evening

30.Bob Backlund (4)
11/23/94- San Antonio, Texas, United States (Freeman Coliseum) -The Survivor Series
Backlund defeated Bret Hart in a match in which the only way to win was for either Davey Boy Smith {David Smith} for Hart or Owen Hart for Backlund to throw in the towel for their respective wrestler.

31."Big Daddy Cool" Diesel {Kevin Nash}
11/26/94-New York, New York, United States (Madison Square Garden)

32.Bret "The Hitman" Hart (3)
11/19/95- Landover, Maryland, United States (U.S. Air Arena)-The Survivor Series
Hart defeated Diesel in a no disqualification; no count-out match.

33."The Heartbreak Kid" Shawn Michaels {Michael S.Hickenbottom}
03/31/96- Anaheim, California, United States (Arrowhead Pond)-Wrestlemania XII
Managed by Jose Lothario Shawn Michaels defeated Hart in over time of a one hour marathon matchup.

34.Sycho Sid {Sidney Ray Eudy}
11/17/96-New York,New York, United States (Madison Square Garden)- The Survivor Series
Sid distracted Michaels by hitting his manager, Jose Lothario, with a TV camera

35."The Heartbreak Kid" Shawn Michaels(2)
01/19/97- San Antonio, Texas, United States (The Alamodome)-The Royal Rumble
Michaels was forced to vacate the title on 02/13/97 in Lowell, MA due to a leg injury.

36.Bret "The Hitman" Hart (4)
02/16/97-Chattanooga,Tennessee, United States (UTC Arena)- In Your House XII
Hart defeated Steve Austin {SteveWilliams}/Big Van Vader {Leon White}/The Undertaker in a four man no disqualification match in which the participants could be eliminated by throwing them over the top rope in order to win the vacant title.

37.Sycho Sid (2)
02/17/97-Nashville, Tennessee, United States-Monday Night Raw

38.The Undertaker (2)
03/23/97-Chicago, Illinois, United States (The Horizon)-Wrestlemania XIII
This was a no disqualification; no count-out match.

39.Bret Hart (5)
08/03/97-East Rutherford, New Jersey, United States (Continental Airlines Arena)-Summerslam
Member of The Hart Foundation
Shawn Michaels was the special guest referee for this match and caused UT to lose when he mistakenly hit him with a chair

40."The Heartbreak Kid" Shawn Michaels (3)
11/09/97-Montreal, Quebec,CANADA (Molson Center)-Survivor Series
Shawn Michaels won the title when Vince McMahon signalled the referee to stop the match while Michaels had Hart in The Sharpshooter.
Managed by "Ravishing" Rick Rude {Richard E. Rood} until 11/17/97
Member of Degeneration X
Earl Hebner was the referee for the match.

41."Stone Cold" Steve Austin (Steve Williams)
03/29/98-Boston, Massachusetts, USA (Fleet Center)-WrestleMania XIV
Mike Tyson was the special "Enforcer" for the match and actually administered the 3 count.

42.Kane (Glenn Jacobs)
06/28/98-Pittsburg, Pennsylvania, USA (Civic Center)-King of the Ring
Kane wins a "First Blood" match to gain the Championship when the referee is knocked cold and comes too and sees Austin with blood all over his face.
Managed by Paul Bearer

43."Stone Cold" Steve Austin (2)
06/29/98-Cleveland, Ohio (Gund Arena), USA--Monday Night RAW
Austin protested that the Undertaker was the one who actually caused him to bleed, demanded a rematch and won.

Title Vacated
09/27/98 - Hamilton, Ontario, Canada (Breakdown PPV)
Austin defeated during a Triple Threat match by Kane and the Undertaker simultaneously. The next night on RAW, Kane and the Undertaker booked for a match at the next PPV to determine the new Champion. Austin assigned as special referee.

44. The Rock (Duane Johnson)
11/15/98-St. Louis, Missouri (Kiel Center)
The Rock defeats Mankind in the final match of the Survivor Series "Deadly Game" Title Tournament after Vince and Shane McMahon reveal the extent of their joint conspiracy against Steve Austin and Mick Foley

45.Mankind (Mick Foley)
12/29/98-Worcester, MA (RAW Taping)
With an assist from a chair-swinging Stone Cold Steve Austin

46.The Rock (2)
1/24/99-Anaheim, CA (Arrowhead Pond)-Royal Rumble PPV
Maivia wins an "I Quit" match using a recording of Mankind saying "I Quit"

47.Mankind (2)
01/26/99-Tucson, Arizona, USA
Match was taped in an empty arena to be shown during the "Halftime Heat" program on SuperBowl Sunday

48.The Rock (3)
02/15/99-Birmingham, Alabama (Monday Night RAW)
Defeats Mankind in a ladder match with the help of Paul Wight
Member of the Corporation

49.Stone Cold Steve Austin (3)
03/28/99-Philadelphia, PA (First Union Center)-WrestleMania XV
defeated The Rock in a no-disqualification match for the title

50.The Undertaker (3)
05/23/99-Kansas City, Missouri, USA (Kemper Arena)
Over the Edge PPV
Shane and Vince McMahon were the Special Referees
Leader of the Ministry of Darkness
Member of the Corporate Ministry
This was the card at which Owen Hart lost his life in a fall from the arena rafters earlier in the evening

51.Stone Cold Steve Austin (4)
06/28/98-Greensboro, NC (Greensboro Colosseum)
Monday Night RAW
Austin, anticipating that he would be screwed out of his CEO position at the King of the Ring, wrote himself a new contract and booked himself into a match for the WWF Title on RAW. He pinned the Undertaker after delivering a Stunner.

52.Mankind (3)
08/22/99-Minneapolis, Minnesotta
SummerSlam PPV
Special referee was Governor Jesse Ventura of Minnesotta
Defeated Austin in a Triple Threat match also involving HHH

53.HHH (Jean-Paul Levesque)
08/23/99-Ames, Iowa - Iowa State University (Hilton Coliseum)
Monday Night RAW
Defeated Mankind with the help of Shane McMahon

54.Vince McMahon
09/14/99-Las Vegas, NV
WWF SmackDown (September 16 program)
Defeated HHH for title with Steve Austin's help

09/20/99-Houston, TX
Vince McMahon vacates the title.

55.Hunter Hearst Helmsley [2]
09/26/99-Charlotte, NC (Charlotte Coloseum)
Unforgiven PPV
Defeats Rocky Maivia & Kane & Mankind & British Bulldog & Big Show in a Six Pack Challenge match.

56.The Big Show (Paul Wight)
11/14/99-Detroit, MI (Joe Louis Arena)
Steve Austin was hit by a car in the parking lot and sent to the hospital.
Wight substituted for Austin in a Triple Threat match also involving the Rock and pinned HHH after Vince McMahon nailed him with the Title belt.
Monday Night RAW

57.HHH [3]
01/03/2000-Miami, FL (American Airlines Arena)
Monday Night RAW

58."The Rock" Rocky Maivia [4]
04/30/2000-Washington, DC (MCI Center)
Backlash PPV
19:22 (time of match)
Steve Austin assisted Maivia in getting the win.

59.HHH [4]
05/21/2000-Louisville, Kentucky (Freedom Hall)
WWF Judgement Day PPV
Defeated the Rock in a 60 minute Ironman match
Falls were even - 5 to 5 when the Undertaker reappeared in the WWF and attacked the McMahon/Helmesley Faction causing the Rock to lose the final fall by disqualification when he chokeslammed HHH

60.The Rock [5]
06/25/2000-Boston, MA (King of the Ring PPV)
Pins Vince McMahon to win the title in a 6-man tag team match.
Vince teamed with Shane McMahon and Triple H.
Rock teamed with Kane and Undertaker.

61.Kurt Angle
10/22/2000-Albany, NY (Pepsi Arena)
No Mercy PPV
Rikishi interefered and accidently gave the win to Angle

62.The Rock [6]
02/25/2001-Las Vegas, NV (Thomas & Mack Center)
No Way Out PPV

63.Steve Austin[5]
04/01/2001-Houston, Texas (Astrodome)
WrestleMania X7 card
Austin allowed Vince McMahon to help him win the title, then shook hands with him after the match
Stone Cold Steve Austin also held the following titles in conjunction with the WWF Heavyweight Title.

64.Kurt Angle [2]
09/23/2001-Pittsburgh, PA (Mellon Arena)
WWF Unforgiven PPV

65.Steve Austin [6]
10/08/2001-Indianapolis, IN (Conseco Fieldhouse)

66.Chris Jericho
12/09/2001-San Diego, CA (San Diego Sports Arena)
WWF Vengeance PPV
Title is unified with "The World Heavyweight Title"

67.Triple H [5]
03/17/2002-Toronto, Ontario, Canada (The Sky Dome)
WrestleMania X8

68.Hulk Hogan [6]
04/21/2002-Kansas City, Missouri (Kemper Arena)
WWF BackLash PPV
The Undertaker and Chris Jericho both interefered in the match

The World Wrestling Federation changes it's name to World Wrestling Entertainment after losing trademark suit to the World Wildlife Fund. Henceforth, all WWF Titles will be known as WWE Titles

69.The Undertaker [4]
05/19/2002-Nashville, TN (Gaylord Entertainment Center)
WWE Judgment Day PPV

70.The Rock [7]
07/21/2002-Detroit, Michigan (Joe Louis Arena)
Vengeance PPV
Defeated Kurt Angle and the Undertaker in a Triple Threat match

71. Brock Lesnar
08/24/2002-Uniondale, Long Island, New York (Nassau Coliseum)
SummerSlam PPV

72.The Big Show [2]
11/17/2002-New York, NY (Madison Square Garden)
Survivor Series PPV
Paul Heyamn turned on his client and helped the Big Show win the title.

73.Kurt Angle [3]
12/15/2002-Ft. Lauderdale, FL (Office Depot Center)
WWE Armegeddon PPV
Brock Lesnar interfered to give Angle the win

74.Brock Lesnar [2]
03/30/2003-Seattle, Washington (SAFECO Field)
WrestleMania XIX

75.Kurt Angle [4]
07/27/2003-Denver, CO (Pepsi Arena)
WWE Vengeance PPV
Defeated Brock Lesnar and The Big Show in a Triple Threat match.

76.Brock Lesnar [3]
09/16/2003-Raleigh, NC (RBC Center)
Won 60:00 Iron Man match.
WWE Smackdown TV Taping

77.Eddie Guerrero
02/15/2004-San Francisco, CA (The Cow Palace)
WWE No Way Out PPV
Goldberg speared Lesnar to set him up for Guerrero

78.John Bradshaw Layfield
06/27/2004-Norfolk, VA (The Scope Arena)
Wins Texas Bullrope match.
WWE The Great American Bash PPV

79.John Cena
04/03/2005-Los Angeles, CA (Staples Center)
WWE WrestleMania XXI PPV

80.Edge (Adam Copeland)
01/08/2006-Albany, NY (Pepsi Center)
Edge cashed in his "Money in the Bank" contract in order to face Cena right after winning an Elimination Chamber match against Kurt Angle, Carlito, The Masterpiece, Shawn Michaels and Kane.
WWE New Year's Revolution PPV

81.John Cena [2]
01/29/2006-Miami, FL
WWE Royal Rumble 2006 PPV

82.Rob Van Dam
06/11/2006-New York, NY

83.Edge [2]
07/03/2006-Philadelphia, PA
Defeated Van Dam and John Cena in a 3-way match

84.John Cena [3]
09/17/2006-Toronto, Ontario, CANADA (Air Canada Centre)
Wins Tables, Ladders, & Chairs match.
WWE Unforgiven PPV

Title Vacant
Vince McMahon declared the title vacant due to injuries suffered by John Cena on RAW

85.Randy Orton
10/07/2007-Chicago, IL
Awarded the title by Vince McMahon.

86.Triple H [6]
10/07/2007-Chicago, IL

87.Randy Orton [2]
10/07/2007-Chicago, IL
Defeated Triple H in a Last man Standing match. HHH had been forced to defend his newly won title against Umaga before Orton then demanded his automatic rematch for the title, and won it.

88.Triple H (7)
04/27/2008-Baltimore, MD
Backlash PPV

89.Jeff Hardy
09/07/2008-Cleveland, OH (Quicken Loans Arena)
WWE Unforgiven PPV
Championship Scramble Match where each pinfall crowns an interim champion
Hardy pinned Brian Kendrick to become the interim champion

90.Brian Kendrick
09/07/2008-Cleveland, OH (Quicken Loans Arena)
WWE Unforgiven PPV
Championship Scramble Match
Kendrick pinned Jeff hardy to become the interim champion

91.Jeff Hardy [2]
09/07/2008-Cleveland, OH (Quicken Loans Arena)
WWE Unforgiven PPV
Championship Scramble Match
Hardy pinned MPV to become the interim champion

92.Triple H [8]
09/07/2008-Cleveland, OH (Quicken Loans Arena)
WWE Unforgiven PPV
Championship Scramble Match
HHH pinned Brian Kendrick to become the interim champion

93.Jeff Hardy [3]
09/07/2008-Cleveland, OH (Quicken Loans Arena)
WWE Unforgiven PPV
Championship Scramble Match
Hardy pinned Brian Kendrick to become the interim champion

94.Triple H [9]
09/07/2008-Cleveland, OH (Quicken Loans Arena)
WWE Unforgiven PPV
Championship Scramble Match
HHH pinned MPV to retain the title when the time limit ran out

95.Edge [3]
11/23/2008-Boston, MA
Defeated Triple H and Vladimir Kozlov
Survivor Series PPV

96.Jeff Hardy [4]
12/14/2008-Buffalo, New York
Defeated Edge and Triple H to win the title
Armageddon PPV

97.Edge [4]
01/25/2009-Detroit, MI
Defeated Jeff Hardy after the champion was attacked by his brother, Jeff
Royal Rumble PPV

98.Triple H [10]
02/15/2009-Seattle, WA
Won an Elimination Chamber Match featuring Edge (C), Undertaker, Big Show, Vladimir Kozlov and Jeff Hardy.
No Way Out PPV

99.Randy Orton [3]
04/26/2009-Providence, RI
Backlash PPV

100.Batista (David Michael Bautista, Jr.)
06/07/2009-New Orleans, LA (New Orleans Arena)
Defeated Orton in an Extreme Rules Cage Match
WWE Extreme Rules PPV

101.Randy Orton [4]
06/15/2009-Charlotte, NC
Won a Triple Threat Match against the Big Show and John Cena
Monday Night RAW broadcast

102.John Cena [4]
09/13/2009-Montreal, Ontario, Canada
Won an "I Quit" match
Breaking Point PPV

103.Randy Orton [5]
10/04/2009-Newark, NJ
Hell in a Cell PPV

104.John Cena [5]
10/25/2009-Pittsburgh, PA (Mellon Arena)
Wins Falls Count Anywhere 60 Minute Iron Man match
WWE Bragging Rights PPV

105.Sheamus (Stephen Farrelly)
12/13/2009-San Antonio, TX (AT&T Center)
Tables Match
Tables, Ladders & Chairs PPV

106.John Cena [6]
02/21/2010-St. Louis, MO
Elimination Chamber match with Sheamus (c), Triple H, Randy Orton, Ted DiBiase, and Kofi Kingston
WWE Elimination Chamber PPV

107.Batista [2]
02/21/2010-St. Louis, MO
WWE Elimination Chamber PPV

108.John Cena [7]
03/28/2010-Phoenix, AZ (University of Phoenix Stadium)
WrestleMania XXVI

109.Sheamus [2]
06/20/2010-Uniondale, NY
Defeated John Cena (c), Randy Orton, and Edge in a 4-way match.

110.Randy Orton [6]
09/19/2010-Rosemont, IL
Defeated Sheamus (c), Wade Barrett, Edge, John Cena, and Chris Jericho in a 6-man elimination match.
WWE Night of Champions PPV

111.The Miz
11/22/2010-Orlando, FL
Cashes in his Money In The Bank right after Randy Orton defends the title against Wade Barrett.
WWE RAW broadcast

112.John Cena [8]
05/02/2011-Tampa, FL
Defeated The Miz (c) and John Morrison in a 3-way match.

113.C.M. Punk (Phillip Jack Brooks)
07/17/2011-Rosemont, IL
Immediately left the company with the title
WWE Money in the Bank PPV

Title Vacant
07/18/2011-Green Bay, WI
Mr. McMahon vacated the title because of C.M. Punk's departure from the company
Mondy Night RAW broadcast

134.Rey Misterio (Oscar Gutierrez)
07/25/2011-Hampton, VA
Defeated the Miz in the finals of a tournament.
Monday Night Raw broadcsast

135.John Cena (9))
07/25/2011-Hampton, VA
The new COO of WWE, Triple H, decided to grant Cena a rematch for the title since he was robbed of his chance when C.M. Punk left the company after the match at Money in the Bank.
Monday Night Raw broadcsast

136.C.M. Punk [2]
08/14/2011-Los Angeles, CA (Staples Center)
SummerSlam 2011

137.Alberto Del Rio (Alberto Rodr�guez)
08/14/2011-Los Angeles, CA (Staples Center)
Cashed in his Money in the Bank contract and defeated Punk
SummerSlam 2011

138.John Cena (10)
09/18/2011-Buffalo, NY
WWE Night of Champions PPV

139.Alberto Del Rio [2]
10/02/2011-New Orleans, LA
Defeated John Cena (c) and C.M. Punk in a 3-way match.
Hell in a Cell PPV

140.C.M. Punk (3)
11/20/2011-New York, NY
Survivor Series (2011)

141.The Rock [8]
01/27/2013-Phoenix, AZ
WWE Royal Rumble

142.John Cena [11]
04/07/2013-East Rutherford, NJ (MetLife Stadium)
WrestleMania XXVIIII

143.Daniel Bryan (Bryan Lloyd Danielson)
08/18/2013-Los Angeles, CA (Staples Center)
WWE SummerSlam 2013 PPV

144.Randy Orton [7]
08/18/2013-Los Angeles, CA (Staples Center)
Orton cashed in his Money in the Bank contract after Triple H knocked out Daniel Brian with his Pedigree finisher
WWE SummerSlam 2013 PPV

145.Daniel Bryan [2]
09/15/2013-Cleveland, OH
Wins the title from Randy Orton with a fast count by the referee

Title Vacant
held up on the following day by WWE COO, Triple H.

146.Randy Orton [8]
09/27/2013-Miami, FL
WWE Hell in the Cell

Title Unified
12/15/2013-Houston, TX
Reigning WWE Heavyweight Champion, defeated John Cena in a double title match
Title is Unified with the World Heavyweight Title
Renamed the WWE World Heavyweight Title

147.Daniel Bryan [3]
04/06/2014-New Orleans, LA (SuperDome)
Defeated Randy Orton and Batista in a Triple Threat Match.
WrestleMania XXX

Title Vacant
Due to Daniel Bryan's neck injury.

148,John Cena [12]
06/29/2014-Boston, MA (TD Garden Arena)
Defeated Randy Orton, Kane, Sheamus, Cesaro, Bray Wyatt, Alberto Del Rio, & Roman Reigns in a Ladder match to win vacant title.

149.Brock Lesnar [4]
08/17/2014-Loa Angeles, CA (Staples Center)
WWE SummerSlam PPV

150.Seth Rollins (Colby Lopez)
03/29/15-Santa Clara, CA (Levi's Stadium)
Rollins cashed in his Money in the Bank contract toward the end of the match between Lesner and Roman Reigns, thus changing it into a Triple-Threat match, then pinning Reigns to win the match and the title.
Wrestlemania 31
At SummerSlam - 09/23/2015 - Rollins faced John Cena and retained the title after comedian John Stewart hit Cena with a chair!

Title Vacant
Seth Rollins out of action due to knee injury.

151.Roman Reigns (Leati Joseph Anoaʻi)
11/22/2015-Atlanta, GA
SummerSlam PPV

152.Sheamus [3]
11/22/2015-Atlanta, GA
Sheamus cashed in his Money in the Bank contract and won with 2 Brough Kicks.
SummerSlam PPV

153.Roman Reigns [2]
12/13/2015-Philadelphia, PA
WWE Monday Night Raw.

154.Triple H [11]
01/24/2016-Orlando, FL
WWE Royal Rumble PPV

155.Roman Reigns [3]
04/03/2016-Dallas, TX (AT&T Stadium)
WrestleMania 32

156.Seth Rollins [2]
06/19/2016-Las Vegas, NV
WWE Money in the Bank

156.Dean Ambrose (Jonathan Good)
06/19/2016-Las Vegas, NV
WWE Money in the Bank
Ambrose cashed in the Money in the Bank briefcase that he had won earlier in the evening

157.A.J. Styles (Allen Neal Jones)
09/11/2016-Richmond, VA
WWE BackLash PPV

158.John Cena [13]
01/29/2017-San Antonio, TX
With his 3 wins of The World Heavyweight Title (formerly the NWA World Title), Cena now ties Rick Flair in holding a World Title 16 times.
WWE Royal Rumble PPV

158.Bray Wyatt (Windham Lawrence Rotunda)
02/12/2017-Phoenix, AZ
Elimination Chamber Match featuring John Cena against A.J.Styles, Dean Ambrose, The Miz, Baron Corbin, and Wyatt.
WWE Elimination Chamber PPV

159.Randy Orton [9]
04/02/2017-Orlando, FL (Camping World Stadium)
WrestleMania 33

160.Jinder Mahal (Yuvraj Singh Dhesi)
05/21/2017-Rosemont. ILL (Allstate Arena)
WWE Backlash

161.A.J. Styles [2]
11/07/2017-Manchester, UK
WWE SmackDown Live

162,Daniel Bryan [4]
11/13/2018-St. Louis, MO
SmackDown LIVE
This match stipulated that the winner would challange Brock Lesner for the WWE Universal Title at the Survivor Series PPV.

163.Kofi Kingston (Kofi Nahaje Sarkodie-Mensah)
04/07/2019-East Rutherford, NJ (MetLife Stadium)
WWE WrestleMania 35

164.Brock Lesnar [5]
09/04/2019-Los Angeles CA (Staples Center)
Lezner pinned Kingston in less thsn a minute after an F-5

165.Drew McIntyre (Andrew McLean Galloway IV)
04/05/2020-Orlando, FL (WWE performance Center)
WWE WrestleMania 36

166.Randy Orton ([10]
10/25/2020-Orlando, FL (WWE ThunderDome)
This was a Hell in a Cell match
WWE Hell in a Cell PPV

167.Drew McIntyre [2]
11/16/2020-Orlando, FL (WWE ThunderDome)
This was a no-disqualification match.

168.The Miz [2]
0221/2021 -St. Petersburg, FL (WWE ThunderDome)
Miz Cashed in his Money in the Bank contract after Bobby Lashley's assault on Drew McIntyre following his victory in the Elimination Chamber match against AJ Styles, Sheamus, Jeff Hardy, Kofi Kingston and Randy Orton.
WWE Elimination Chamber PPV

169.Bobby Lashley (Franklin Roberto Lashley)
03/01/2021-St. Petersburg, FL (WWE ThunderDone)
This was a lumberjack match. Miz kept ducking the match all evening long - first pretending to be injured and then simply fleeing the ring for the next go round.
Third Round was the charm.

170. Big E (Ettore Ewen)
09/13/2021- Boston, MA
Big E cashed in his Money in the Bank contract after Randy Orton unsuccessfully challanged the champion

171.Brock Lesnar [6]
01/01/2022-Atlanta, GA (State Farm Arena)
Fatal five-way match for the WWE Championship
with Big E (c), Seth Rollins, Kevin Owens, and Bobby Lashley

172.Bobby Lashley [2]
01/29/2022-St. Louis, MO (The Dome at America's Center)
Roman Reigns interfered in the match, spearing Brock Lesner and handing the match to Lashly
WWE Royal Rumble PPV

173.Brock Lesner [7]
02/19/2022-Jeddah, Saudi Arabia
This was an Elimination Chamber match in which Bobby Lashley was originally scheduled to defend the championship against Lesnar, Seth Rollins, Austin Theory, AJ Styles, and Riddle. However, Lashley suffered a concussion before he could officially enter the match, and was therefore removed from the match.
WWE Elimination Chamber PPV

174.Roman Reigns [4]
04/03/2022-Dallas, TX. (AT&T Arena)
Defeated Brock Lesner in a title unification match.
Reigns now holds both titles

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