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Recently The Wrestling Alliance, FWA, All Star, WAW, and Premiere Promotions held a tournament to crown a Universal British Champ - won by "The Anarchist" Doug Willaims...all the info is at <a href='http://www.thewrestlingalliance.co.uk' target='_blank'>www.thewrestlingalliance.co.uk</a> or at the FWA site or on <a href='http://www.prowrestlingnews.net' target='_blank'>www.prowrestlingnews.net</a>
This would be a good time to carry on with British Heavyweight title lineage as all the promotions were involved, and thus cant be disputed.
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I know that Hammerlock Wrestling (NWA UK) held a Trans-Atlantic Challenge, and I was wondering what was the history of the Trans-Atlantic Cup (which latter became NWA UK TV Cup)? I know Sinn (Chris CHampion) was the 1st champion followed by Gary Steele. Any help would be awesome!
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Checking in Liverpool sources, it appears clear that Cannon and McInerney did not match on 22 August 1894 (Connors matched in that date).
Moreover, Hack vs. Cannon held on 13 and not 5 September 1902. In both cases, no European title was on stake. Unique doubt covers possible awarding of Roeber (albeit unprobable). Abs did not fight for European title (checking done with current German historians). On "New York Clipper" Bech Olsen and Roeber matched ...
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Sweet Saraya is currently being recognized as the undisputed British Women's Champion, as she currently holds the three major women's titles in the UK...TWA, All-Star,and WAW
The UK Pitbulls I believe are also close to being British Tag Champs, as they hold the FWA, WAW, AIWF, K-Star, Brawl and PWA Tag Team Titles
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So, FWA is the biggest in UK right now. I hear that the long-lived All-Star Promotions started recognizing FWA's Bristish Heavyweight title. However, according to <a href='http://fp.wrestalliance.plus.com/britishtitlehistories.htm' target='_blank'>this site</a>, a group called "The Wrestling Alliance" is claiming the lineage of old All-Star titles.
Anybody can explain this confusion in detail?
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