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Last updated on 2016/07/14

Pacific Coast Middleweight Title
[Oregon & Washington]

Strangler Smith 1904/06/24<  
Ed O'Connell 1908/11/11 Portland, OR
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Ted Thye 1915/02/24<  
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George Samson 1918/09/30<
Billed as champion in La Grande, OR.
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Ted Thye [2] 1922/02/05<  
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Walter Miller 1922/07/19<
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Charlie Olson 1923/02/15<
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Jack Reid 1924/03/23<
Defeats another claimant Douglas Park on 25/04/03 in Ogden, UT.
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Henry Burke 1925/04/29<
Still champion as of 25/06/10.
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Joe Roche 1926/02/02<
Walter Miller [2] 1926/03/02<  
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Henry Burke [2] 1927/03/04<
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Merl Christensen 1928/04/11<
Still champion as of 28/05/16.
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Mervin Barackman 1929/02/07<
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Bob Miller 1931/11/12<
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John Nemanic # 1932/11/04<
Billed as champion in Salt Lake City, UT.
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Thor Jensen 1933/03<  
Harold Hiebert 1933/03/06 Portland, OR
Thor Jensen [2] 1933/07/13Eugene, OR
Otis Clingman1933/11/09Eugene, OR
Vacant in 34/09 after Clingman leaves the area.
Ben Sherman 1934/09/27 Eugene, OR
Wins 6-man battle royal.
Danny McShain 1935/06< Albuquerque, NM *
Reported on an Eugene, OR paper on 35/06/20 as having "recently" defeated Sherman for the title.
Del Kunkel1935/08/05Portland, OR
Whitey Wahlberg 1936/07 Ogden, UT *
Cry Baby London 1936/09/01 Portland, OR
Walter Achiu 1936/09/03 Eugene, OR
Jack Lipscomb 1936/12/10 Eugene, OR
Jack Hagen 1937/02/04 Eugene, OR
Sailor Moran 1937/04/01 Eugene, OR
Otis Clingman [2] 1937/09/02 Eugene, OR
Jack Lipscomb [2] 1937/12/28 Salem, OR
George Wagner 1938/03/24Eugene, OR
Pat O'Dowdy 1938/04/06 Eugene, OR
George Wagner [2] 1938/05/19 Eugene, OR
Stripped on 39/01/21 due to "unethical conduct"; a match to crown a new champion is scheduled on 39/01/26 in Eugene, OR between Wagner and Bull Venable, which Venable fails to appear; title retired by the commission on 39/01/29 due to the establishment of the new Pacific Coast Light Heavyweight Title, which Wagner wins by defeating Bulldog Jackson on 39/02/02 in Eugene, OR.

* Replaced with Pacific Coast Light Heavyweight Title.