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At Starrcade '93, Flair won the WCW World Heavyweight Championship, by defeating Vader. WCW decided to unify the WCW World Heavyweight Championship (represented by the new belt) and International Championship (represented by the "Big Gold Belt"), by having Flair wrestle Sting in June 1994. Stripped on 01/07/91 when Flair fired by WCW, and the NWA World Heavyweight Title was vacant for the first time in its history. WCW World Heavyweight Title belt 1991 - 1994. Lex Luger, 14/07/91, The Great American Bash, Baltimore, MD Defeats Barry Windham for the vacant WCW World Heavyweight Title, however was not recognised as the NWA Champion. Biloxi, MS. Defeats Barry Windham to win NWA World Heavyweight Title; recognition dropped by NWA in 93/09 when WCW withdraws from NWA; Flair continues to be recognized as "World Heavyweight Champion" by WCW; the NWA holds a tournament for the NWA World Heavyweight Title in 1994. The NWA International Heavyweight Championship was a singles title recognized by the National Wrestling Alliance through its partnership with the Japan Pro Wrestling Alliance, and later by All Japan Pro Wrestling. It is one of the three titles that were unified into the Triple Crown Heavyweight Championship in 1989. Buy WWE AUTHENTIC WEAR WCW Heavyweight Championship Replica Title Belt Multi: Trophies - Amazon.com FREE DELIVERY possible on eligible purchases
 

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Mar 04, 2014 · This month on Document'D (or Doc'D), Montez McCrary discusses the story and legacy of the forgotten and abandoned WCW International World Heavyweight Championship. ———————————— Stripped on 01/07/91 when Flair fired by WCW, and the NWA World Heavyweight Title was vacant for the first time in its history. WCW World Heavyweight Title belt 1991 - 1994. Lex Luger, 14/07/91, The Great American Bash, Baltimore, MD Defeats Barry Windham for the vacant WCW World Heavyweight Title, however was not recognised as the NWA Champion. The WWF International Heavyweight Championship is a former championship recognized by Capitol Wrestling Corporation, the World Wrestling Federation, New Japan Pro-Wrestling, and the Japanese UWF. The title existed from 1948 through 1963 and again from 1982 through 1985. The World Championship Wrestling (WCW) International World Heavyweight Championship was a professional wrestling world heavyweight championship in [[[WCW|World Championship Wrestling (WCW)]]. "WCW International" referred to a fictional international subsidiary of World Championship Wrestling.
 

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Jul 24, 2019 · With its lineage dating back to the NWA, the WCW World Heavyweight Championship was instituted back January of 1991 when Ric Flair defeated the then-NWA Champion, Sting. WCW then began referring to Flair as the WCW Champion. He held the Big Gold Belt until he left for the WWE, which causes a new title to be made. But in 1993, when WCW withdrew from the NWA, Rick Rude was scheduled to defeat Flair for the NWA Title. The match and title change went ahead, but since WCW no longer had the rights to the NWA name, the title Rude won was claimed as the title of a fictional subsidiary, "WCW International. "WCW International" referred to a fictional international subsidiary of World Championship Wrestling. The title replaced the use of the NWA World Heavyweight Championship within WCW following the promotion's secession from the NWA in 1993. It was one of two world titles in WCW, complementing the WCW World Heavyweight Championship until 1994 ... WCW International World Heavyweight Championship The World Championship Wrestling (WCW) International World Heavyweight Championship was a championship that took the place of the original NWA World Heavyweight Championship when World Championship Wrestling withdrew from the National Wrestling Alliance in 1993. Oct 16, 2014 · Two-time WCW International World Heavyweight Champion One-time Intercontinental Champion Everyone talks, and rightly so, about Ric Flair’s 16 World Championships, a record that’s only recently been sniffed by John Cena, who’s currently at 15.

8) Luke Gallows vs Karl Anderson. Quater Finals. 9) W1 vs W2. 10) W3 vs W4. 11) W5 vs W6. 12) W7 vs W8. Semi-Finals. 13) W9 vs W10. 14) W11 vs W12. Finals. Winner of Match 13 vs Winner of Match 14 for WCW International/Global Heavyweight Championship Ric Flair was the first WCW International World Heavyweight Champion; he had defeated Barry Windham for the NWA World Heavyweight Championship in July 1993 and held it at the point when WCW withdrew from the NWA two months later. Flair was booked by WCW to lose the championship to Rick Rude in the 1993 Fall Brawl event. WCW International (1993) After leaving WCW, Flair would go on to hold the WWF’s version of the World Heavyweight Championship twice, adding two more World Titles reigns to his ever-growing list ...

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WCW decided to unify the WCW World Heavyweight Championship (represented by the new belt) and International Championship (represented by the "Big Gold Belt"), by having Flair wrestle Sting in June 1994. Flair won and unified the WCW World Heavyweight Championship with the WCW International World Heavyweight Championship. Jan 11, 2020 · Originally commissioned in 1986 as the NWA World Heavyweight Championship, the title found its way into the possession of WCW, and for a time used as the WCW International World Heavyweight Championship after the NWA partnership. But in 1993, when WCW withdrew from the NWA, Rick Rude was scheduled to defeat Flair for the NWA Title. The match and title change went ahead, but since WCW no longer had the rights to the NWA name, the title Rude won was claimed as the title of a fictional subsidiary, "WCW International.