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SMW Beat the Champ Television Championship

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SMW "Beat the Champ" Television Championship
Tracy Smothers.jpg
Tracy Smothers was the first SMW "Beat the Champ" Television Champion
Details
PromotionSmoky Mountain Wrestling
Date establishedDecember 12, 1992
Date retiredApril 29, 1995

The SMW "Beat the Champ" Television Championship was the secondary singles championship for the Smoky Mountain Wrestling (SMW) professional wrestling promotion. The title was created in 1992 and was active until SMW closed its doors on November 26, 1995. The storyline concept of the title was that the champion would defend his title every week against a "randomly drawn" opponent. For each successful defense of the belt, the wrestler won $1,000, and if the champion could win five title matches in a row, including the title win, then the title was vacated and the champion received a $5,000 bonus. In reality, the opponents were predetermined, and the winner never received the bonus. Moreover, the title was never represented by a belt.[1][2] Because the championship is a professional wrestling championship, it is not won or lost competitively but instead by the decision of the bookers of a wrestling promotion. The championship is awarded after the chosen team "wins" a match to maintain the illusion that professional wrestling is a competitive sport.[3]

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Title history

Key
No. Overall reign number
Reign Reign number for the specific champion
Days Number of days held
<1 Reign lasted less than a day
No. Champion Championship change Reign statistics Notes Ref.
Date Event Location Reign Days
1 Tracy Smothers December 12, 1992 SMW Live event Morristown, Tennessee 1 58 Defeated Jimmy Golden, The Dirty White Boy and Killer Kyle in a four-way elimination tournament final. Aired January 16, 1993 on SMW TV  
2 The Nightstalker February 8, 1993 SMW Live event Jellico, Tennessee 1 <1 Aired February 20, 1993 on SMW TV  
3 Tim Horner February 8, 1993 SMW Live event Jellico, Tennessee 1 21 Aired March 6, 1993 on SMW TV  
4 Bobby Eaton March 1, 1993 SMW Live event Sevierville, Tennessee 1 49 Aired March 27, 1993 on SMW TV  
5 Brian Lee April 19, 1993 SMW Live event Barbourville, Kentucky 1 55 Aired May 1 1993 on SMW TV  
Vacated June 7, 1993 Lee won five consecutive matches.  
6 Bobby Blaze June 7, 1993 SMW Live event Cumberland, Kentucky 1 21 Defeated The Dirty White Boy. Aired June 26, 1993 on SMW TV  
7 The Dirty White Boy June 28, 1993 SMW Live event Buchanan County, Virginia 1 49 Won the title under a mask as The Mighty Yankee. Aired July 17, 1993 on SMW TV  
Vacated August 16, 1993 The Dirty White Boy won five consecutive title matches.  
8 Jimmy Del Ray August 16, 1993 SMW Live event Clinton, Tennessee 1 28 Defeated Ricky Morton. Aired September 4, 1993 on SMW TV  
9 Robert Gibson September 13, 1993 SMW Live event Oakwood, Virginia 1 <1 Aired September 18, 1993 on SMW TV  
10 The Dirty White Boy September 13, 1993 SMW Live event Oakwood, Virginia 2 18 Aired September 25, 1993 on SMW TV  
Vacated October 1, 1993 The Dirty White Boy voluntarily surrendered the championship, claiming he didn't want to wrestle anyone but Brian Lee.  
11 Tim Horner October 4, 1993 SMW Live event Jellico, Tennessee 2 63 Defeated Juicy Johnny. Aired November 6, 1993 on SMW TV  
Vacated December 6, 1993 Horner injured by Prince Kharis  
12 Tracy Smothers December 6, 1993 SMW Live event Jefferson, North Carolina 2 <1 Defeated Jimmy Del Ray. Aired December 11, 1993 on SMW TV  
13 Chris Candido December 6, 1993 SMW Live event Jefferson, North Carolina 1 35 Aired January 8, 1994 on SMW TV  
14 Robbie Eagle January 10, 1994 SMW Live event Chilhowie, Virginia 1 28 Aired February 5, 1994 on SMW TV  
15 The Hornet February 7, 1994 SMW Live event Jellico, Tennessee 1 <1 Aired February 26, 1994 on SMW TV  
16 Killer Kyle February 7, 1994 SMW Live event Jellico, Tennessee 1 28 Aired March 12, 1994 on SMW TV  
17 Mike Furnas March 7, 1994 SMW Live event Dungannon, Virginia 1 28 Aired March 19, 1994 on SMW TV  
18 Bruiser Bedlam April 4, 1994 SMW Live event Clinton, Tennessee 1 28 Aired April 16, 1994 on SMW TV  
Vacated May 2, 1994 Bedlam won five consecutive title matches.  
19 Kendo the Samurai May 2, 1994 SMW Live event Harriman, Tennessee 3 36 Defeated Chris Hamrick in a tournament final. Aired June 6, 1994 on SMW TV  
20 Tracy Smothers June 7, 1994 SMW Live event Loudon, Tennessee 3 28 Bobby Blaze, not Tim Horner, played Kendo the Samurai in this match. Aired June 18, 1994 on SMW TV  
Vacated July 5, 1994 Smothers won five consecutive title matches.  
21 Chris Candido July 5, 1994 SMW Live event Ashe County, North Carolina 2 34 Defeated Scott Studd. Aired July 23, 1994 on SMW TV  
22 Lance Storm August 8, 1994 SMW Live event Saltville, Virginia 1 28 Aired August 27, 1994 on SMW TV  
23 Boo Bradley September 5, 1994 SMW Live event Cumberland, Kentucky 1 28 Aired September 24, 1994 on SMW TV  
24 Scott Studd October 3, 1994 SMW Live event Morganton, North Carolina 1 <1 Aired October 15, 1994 on SMW TV  
25 Bryant Anderson October 3, 1994 SMW Live event Morganton, North Carolina 1 35 Aired October 29, 1994 on SMW TV  
Vacated November 7, 1994 Anderson won five consecutive title matches.  
26 Brian Lee November 8, 1994 SMW Live event Oakwood, Virginia 2 27 Defeated The Nightmare (Ted Allen). Aired December 10, 1994 on SMW TV  
27 Buddy Landel December 5, 1994 SMW Live event Princeton, West Virginia 1 63 Aired December 31, 1994 on SMW TV  
Vacated February 6, 1995 Landel won five consecutive title matches.  
28 Boo Bradley February 6, 1995 SMW Live event Lenoir, North Carolina 2 <1 Defeated The Wolfman. Aired February 18, 1995 on SMW TV  
29 Billy Black February 6, 1995 SMW Live event Lenoir, North Carolina 1 28 Aired March 4, 1995 on SMW TV  
Vacated March 6, 1995 Championship vacated when Black left SMW.  
30 Killer Kyle March 6, 1995 SMW Live event Lenoir, North Carolina 2 38 Defeated Boo Bradley. Aired March 25, 1995 on SMW TV  
31 Bobby Blaze April 13, 1995 SMW Live event Warrensville, North Carolina 2 37 Aired April 29, 1995 on SMW TV  
Deactivated May 20, 1995 Blaze last defended the title that same night, defeating Al Snow, the title was never mentioned again.  

References

  1. ^ Royal Duncan & Gary Will (2006). Wrestling Title Histories (4th ed.). Archeus Communications. ISBN 0-9698161-5-4.
  2. ^ "SMW Title Histories". ProWrestlingHistory.com. Retrieved 2007-07-14.
  3. ^ Ed Grabianowski. "How Pro Wrestling Works". How Stuff Works. Retrieved April 5, 2009.
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