Claims title in Ohio; also defeats a title claimant Jack Sherry on 29/01/09 in Columbus, OH.
Defeats Ted Christy in tournament final to be recognized by National Wrestling Association.
Britt again loses the title to Leroy McGuirk on 37/01/04 in Tulsa, OK.
Kenaston is billed as Sgt. George Kenaston in this match.
Bob Kenaston 
Billed as Sgt. George Kenaston in Toledo; Bobby Chick defeats Kenaston via DQ on 39/02/16 in Toledo, OH, but NWA president Col. Harry J. Landry states that title cannot change hands on a DQ and orders an immediate rematch, won by Kenaston on 39/02/23 in Toledo, OH.
Has originally been awarded the title after defeating Kenaston via DQ in the third fall on 39/03/27 in Tulsa, OK but the decision is later reversed (source: Tim Hornbaker).
Unifies the Los Angeles version of the world title, defeating Rito Romero on 52/05/25 in Los Angeles, CA; Red Berry defeats McShain by DQ on 52/11/11 in Dallas, TX and claims the title; Whitey Whittler defeats McShain by DQ on 52/10/17 in Oklahoma City, OK and claims the title; McShain defeats Whittler on 52/11/14 in Oklahoma City, OK and Berry on 52/11/27 in Galveston, TX to regain the respective claims.
Awarded when Madril is too ill for rematch (or 79/07/28, though Royal defends for the rest of 78); vacant
in 79/12 when Royal retires; Steve Keirn defeats Chavo Guerrero on 79/12/10
in Los Angeles, CA to be recognized as champion by New Japan, Los Angeles,
and Florida, but the version is later renamed International
Junior Heavyweight title in 82.
Some of North American promoters declared
the title vacant in 82
after Tiger Mask wrestles for WWF; according to New Japan, NWA Board
announces that Tiger Mask is still recognized as champion at the annual
meeting in 82/08; Tiger Mask vacates the title on 83/04/03 after being
injured by Dynamite Kid in a tag match on 83/04/01; Dynamite Kid and
Kuniaki Kobayashi meet for the vacant title on 83/04/03 in Tokyo but
have no winner decided; Tiger Mask and Dynamite Kid meet for the vacant
title on 83/04/21 in Tokyo but have no winner decided.
Has won the
disputed branch, defeating Mike Davis on 84/11/22 in Greensboro,
NC; recognized as the undisputed champion by NWA first vice president
Shohei Baba after The Cobra vacates the title on 85/08/01.
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