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World Heavyweight Title
[Montreal]

American Wrestling Association ( until 1938/02 )
Montreal Athletic Commission ( 1938/02 - 1964 )
International Wrestling Association ( 1965 - 1975 )

[ Japanese ]

* May also be billed as International Title after mid-1960s.

Danno O'Mahoney 1935/07/30 Boston, MA
Reigning New York State Athletic Commission and National Wrestling Association World champion, defeats AWA champion Ed Don George on 35/07/30 in Boston, MA to be the unified champion; loses to Dick Shikat on 36/03/02 in New York, NY but still recognized as champion by AWA in Boston and Montreal.
Yvon Robert 1936/07/16 Montreal, QC
Stripped of AWA title on 38/02/11 for not meeting Lou Thesz but still recognized as champion in Montreal.
Vic Christy 1938/03/03 Toronto, ON
Don McIntyre 1938/05/06 Buffalo, NY
Vic Christy [2] 1938/05/13 Buffalo, NY
Masked Marvel (Ted Cox) 1938/06/09 Toronto, ON
Yvon Robert [2] 1938/09/14 Montreal, QC
Cy Williams 1938/12/19 Montreal, QC
Stripped in 39/08 when Williams refuses to put up a bond to defend the title.
Ernie Dusek 1939/08/11
Has defeated Danno O'Mahoney in tournament final on 39/08/08 in Montreal, QC to be the top contender for the title; awarded the title when Williams is stripped.
Yvon Robert [3] 1939/10/03 Montreal, QC
Joe Cox 1940/02/27 Montreal, QC
Leo Numa 1940/05/20 Montreal, QC
Lou Thesz 1940/06/12 Montreal, QC
Yvon Robert [4] 1940/10/23 Montreal, QC
Lou Thesz [2] 1941/07/16 Montreal, QC
Yvon Robert [5] 1941/09/17 Montreal, QC
John Katan 1943/04/15 Montreal, QC
Yvon Robert [6] 1943/04/28 Montreal, QC
Gino Garibaldi 1943/05/12 Montreal, QC
Bobby Managoff 1943/05/19 Montreal, QC
Yvon Robert [7] 1943/09/15 Montreal, QC
Sandor Szabo 1944/03/22 Boston, MA
Yvon Robert [8] 1944/06/14 Montreal, QC
Frank Sexton 1944/07/19 Montreal, QC
Yvon Robert [9] 1944/08/23 Montreal, QC
Gino Garibaldi [2] 1944/11/01 Montreal, QC
Yvon Robert [10] 1944/11/23 Montreal, QC
Joe Savoldi 1945/07/04 Montreal, QC
Bobby Managoff [2] 1945/09/12 Montreal, QC
Lou Thesz [3] 1946/09/11 Montreal, QC
Bobby Managoff [3] 1947/02/20 Ottawa, ON
Lou Thesz [4] 1947/04/16 Montreal, QC
Yvon Robert [11] 1947/11/26 Montreal, QC
Bobby Managoff [4] 1950/02/01 Montreal, QC
Yukon Eric 1950/02/15 Montreal, QC
Bobby Managoff [5] 1950/11/08 Montreal, QC
Buddy Rogers 1951/05/09 Montreal, QC
Yvon Robert [12] 1951/07/13 Montreal, QC
Vacant in 52.
Killer Kowalski 1952/04/02 Montreal, QC
Defeats Bobby Managoff.
Verne Gagne 1953/02/25 Montreal, QC
Killer Kowalski [2] 1953/05/06 Montreal, QC
Yvon Robert [13] 1953/07/15 Montreal, QC
Killer Kowalski [3] 1953/08/19
Don Leo Jonathan 1953/11/24 Ottawa, ON
Killer Kowalski [4] 1953/12/02 Montreal, QC
Antonino Rocca 1954/05/12 Montreal, QC
Killer Kowalski [5] 1954/05/19 Montreal, QC
Rocca forfeits title when he cannot continue after losing the second fall to even the match at one fall each.
Pat O'Connor 1954/07/21 Montreal, QC
Killer Kowalski [6] 1954/11/10 Montreal, QC
Pat O'Connor [2] 1955/03/09 Montreal, QC
Don Leo Jonathan [2] 1955/06/08 Montreal, QC
Yvon Robert [14] 1955/08/17 Montreal, QC
Don Leo Jonathan [3] 1955/08/24 Montreal, QC
Killer Kowalski [7] 1955/12/14 Montreal, QC
Yvon Robert [15] 1956/04< Quebec City, QC
Killer Kowalski [8] 1956/05/30 Montreal, QC
Hard Boiled Haggerty 1956/10/03 Montreal, QC
Killer Kowalski [9] 1956/10 Montreal, QC
Edouard Carpentier 1957/05/08 Montreal, QC
Gene Kiniski 1957/06/12 Montreal, QC
Killer Kowalski [10] 1957/07/17 Montreal, QC
Buddy Rogers 1959/09/16 Montreal, QC
Killer Kowalski [11] 1959/12/02 Montreal, QC
Buddy Rogers [2] 1960/01 Montreal, QC
Killer Kowalski [12] 1960/06/08 Montreal, QC
Edouard Carpentier [2] 1960/09/21 Montreal, QC
Hans Schmidt 1961/07/20 Montreal, QC
Johnny Rougeau 1961/11/07 Ottawa, ON
Killer Kowalski [13] 1962/07/23 Montreal, QC
Edouard Carpentier [3] 1963/01/30 Montreal, QC
Vacant in 64 when Carpentier leaves the area.
Hans Schmidt [2] 1965/10/01?
Wins tournament.
Johnny Rougeau [2] 1965/11/18 Montreal, QC
Hans Schmidt [3] 1966/06<
Edouard Carpentier [3] 1966/06/07 Quebec City, QC
Hans Schmidt [4] 1966/07/06 Chicoutimi, QC
Edouard Carpentier [4] 1966/10/03 Montreal, QC
Hans Schmidt [5] 1966/11/16 Quebec City, QC
Mad Dog Vachon 1967/01/24 Chicoutimi, QC
Johnny Rougeau [3] 1967/06/05Montreal, QC
Mad Dog Vachon [2] 1967/08/14Montreal, QC
Vacant in 67 when Vachon injured in a car accident.
The Sheik 1967/10/23 Montreal, QC
Defeats Gino Brito after the two had tied for first place in a tournament final on 67/10/16.
Edouard Carpentier [5] 1967/11/06 Montreal, QC
Baron Von Raschke 1967/11/27 Montreal, QC
Johnny Rougeau [4] 1967/12
Sometime after 67/12/11.
Ivan Koloff 1968
Johnny Rougeau [5] 1968/04/22 Montreal, QC
Ivan Koloff [2] 1969/05/23 Quebec City, QC
Abdullah the Butcher 1969
Jacques Rougeau 1969
Abdullah the Butcher [2] 1969/11/24 Montreal, QC
Johnny Rougeau [6] 1970
Danny Lynch 1970/12<
Johnny Rougeau [7] 1970
Jos LeDuc 1971
Mr. X/Tarzan Zorra 1971/06/21 Montreal, QC
Abdullah the Butcher [3] 1971/10
Carlos Rocha 1972/01
The Sheik [2] 1972/05
Jacques Rougeau [2] 1972/07/17 Montreal, QC
Johnny Valentine 1972/10
Jacques Rougeau [3] 1973/01
Awarded when Valentine no-shows the rematch.
Dick Taylor 1973
Jacques Rougeau [4] 1973
Awarded when Taylor no-shows the rematch.
Michael Dubois (Alexis Smirnoff) 1973
The Sheik [3] 1974
Stripped by Montreal Athletic Commission in 74.
Tiger Jeet Singh 1974
Wins tournament.
Jacques Rougeau [5] 1974
Serge Dumont 1976/03/29 Montreal, QC
Billy Two Rivers 1976/08/03 Montreal, QC




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