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Last updated on 2017/10/31

Southern Junior Heavyweight Title
[Tri-State / Mid-South]

Joe Gunther 1938/12/08 New Orleans, LA
Defeats Art O'Mahoney in the finals of a tournament which has started in 38/06 to become the first champion and is presented the belt by NWA president Col. Harry Landry; also recognized at least in Alabama, Georgia, and Mississippi.
Carlos Rodriguez 1939/07/27 New Orleans, LA
May be repeated on 39/08/07 in Birmingham, AL.
Freddie Knichel 1939/11/30 New Orleans, LA
Larry Tillman 1939/12 Chattanooga, TN *
Billed as having "defeated Knichel in Chattanooga to win the title" (New Orleans Item, 39/12/07)
Art O'Mahoney 1940/01/18 New Orleans, LA
Still champion as of 40/05/22.

Jack Curtis 1949/10/23<  
Billed as champion in Little Rock, AR; still champion as of 50/01/10; wins World Title, defeating Jack McDonald on 50/02/24 in New Orleans, LA.
Charlie Laye 1951/08/26<  
Billed as champion in Little Rock, AR; still champion as of 51/10/09.
Jim Siksay 1952/09/22<  
Charlie Laye [2] 1952/09/25 New Orleans, LA
Siksay is still billed as champion in Alexandria, LA as of 52/10/14.
Danny Dusek 1953/02/02<  
Billed as champion in Alexandria, LA; still champion 53/02/17.
Don McIntosh 1953/07/14<  
Billed as champion in Baton Rouge, LA.
Rex Mobley 1953/11/11<  
Billed as champion in New Orleans, LA.
Red McIntyer1958/02/25< 
Bobby Fields 1963/08/11<  
Billed as champion in Hot Springs, AR.
Chin Lee 1965/09<  
Listed as former champion on a Baton Rouge, LA newspaper on 65/09/28.
Bob Boyer 1972/04/02<  
Tarzan Baxter 1973/05/13  
Billed as champion in Little Rock, AR.