Recognized in Utah; still champion as of 11/05/18; Ackerman continues to claim the title as late as 11/05/26.
Young Miller (Walter Miller)
Recognized in Iowa, Minnesota, and Ohio.
St. Paul, MN
Walter Miller 
St. Paul, MN
Also defeats Otto Suter on 12/11/19 in Duluth, MN and again on 14/02/03 in Winnipeg, MB; also defeats Joe Turner on 16/01/24 in Billings, MT; wins the Middleweight Title in 16/04; no longer billed as the Welterweight Champion after 17.
Defeats Canadian champion Charles Conkle and is recognized as the world champion.
Defeats Robin Reed, who has been claiming the title since 26/03, on 29/01/01 in Columbus, OH; recognized by National Boxing Association after defeating Charlie Grip on 30/02/21 in Cincinnati, OH; vacates on 30/03/22.
Reinstated by NBA president Stanley Isaacs on 30/04/12; Earl McCann defeats Reynolds on 33/02/17 in Cincinnati, OH, but the decisions is reversed after the match; Reynolds defeats McCann on 33/07/06 in Cincinnati, OH.
Recognized as champion at the NBA & NWA joint annual convention on 35/09/17; loses to Jack Domar in 37 (sometime before 37/03/19) in Toledo, OH but Domar later gives up the title being over weight limit; Emil Barbola defeats Reynolds on 37/05/26 in Menasha, WI and takes the belt with his weight exceeting the limit (Reynolds may defeat Barbola in rematch); attempts to vacate the title in 37 in order to move up to heavier weight division but continues to be recognized by the NWA; still listed as champion by NWA on 38/09/15; NWA title is listed as vacant as of 40/09 (The Evening Independent, 40/09/10).
Defeats Johnny Stote in tournament final and is awarded the belt by Jack Reynolds, who continues to be recognized by the NWA; vacates in 41 when Williams can no longer maintain the weight limit.