The APW World Wide Internet Championship is a title contested in All Pro Wrestling. It was introduced on February 27, 1999 when Michael Modest became the first champion.

Title history

Wrestler: Times: Date: Location: Notes:
Michael Modest 1 February 27, 1999 Pinole, CA Defeated Tony Jones in the finals of the APW Cup Tournament on February at the Pinole Valley High School in Pinole, California to win the APW World Wide Internet Championship.
Christopher Daniels 1 January 1, 2000 Lompoc, California
Donovan Morgan 1 April 15, 2000 Livingston, California Defeated Boyce LeGrande in a tournament final to win the vacant title. Morgan also held the APW Universal Heavyweight Championship in conjunction with the APW World Wide Internet Championship.
Vacant October 28, 2000 Galt, California APW Commissioner Gabe Ramirez stripped Morgan of the title because he also held the Universal Heavyweight Championship. Ramirez declared a one-night tournament was to be held to crown a new champion.
Vinny Massaro 1 October 28, 2000 Galt, California Defeated Daniels in a one-night tournament to win the vacant title.
Donovan Morgan 2 May 19, 2001 King City, California
Jardi Frantz 1 March 15, 2002 Hayward, California Won Battle Royal to determine a new champion.
Super Dragon 1 May 10, 2002 Hayward, California
Bryan Danielson 1 June 16, 2002 Los Angeles, California
Kryptonite 1 2002
Vacant December 27, 2002 Hayward, California Kryptonite was stripped of the title due to injury.
Super Dragon 2 December 27, 2002 Hayward, California Defeated Bobby Quance and Jardi Frantz in a triple threat 60-minute Iron Man Match.
James Choi 1 February 22, 2003 Hayward, California Defeated Excalibur, who wrestled in place of Super Dragon, who was in Japan.
B-Boy 1 August 16, 2003 Newhall, California
J.J. Perez 1 March 13, 2004 Hayward, California
Puma 1 December 4, 2004 Hayward, California
J.J. Perez 2 July 9, 2005 Hayward, California
Mr. Prime Time 1 September 2, 2006 Hayward, California
Psicosis 1 March 24, 2007 Bakersfield, California
Mr. Prime Time 2 June 23, 2007 Bakersfield, California Defeated Psicosis in a 2-out-of-3 Falls Match to become the champion.
Adam Thornstowe 1 August 11, 2007 Hayward, California Defeated Mr. Prime Time in a 2-out-of-3 Falls Match to be become the champion.
Tito Aquino 1 October 13, 2007 Hayward, California Defeated Thornstowe, Mr. Prime Time & Oliver John in a Falls Count Anywhere, Anything Goes Match.
Dana Lee 1 October 13, 2007 Hayward, California
Brian Cage 1 February 26, 2008 Hayward, California Brian Cage was stripped of the title on April 26th when he was unable to wrestle due to a family emergency.
Derek Sanders 1 June 16, 2008 Hayward, California Derek Sanders defeated Nate Rulez in a tournament final.
Jeckles the Jester 1 November 1, 2008 Hayward, California
Timothy Thatcher 1 January 3, 2009 Hayward, California Mr. Wrestling #4 defeated Thatcher for the title on 10/24/09. Days later, the APW Board of Directors overturned the decision, ruling that the direct outcome was due to the physical involvement of special referee Omega, and Thatcher was reinstated as champion.
"Double D"
Dave Dutra
1 January 16, 2010 Hayward, California
Mr. Wrestling #4 1 August 14, 2010 Hayward, California
"Out of Control"
Matt Carlos
1 October 16, 2010 Hayward, California
"Wrestling Personified"
Rik Luxury
1 May 7, 2011 Hayward, California

This was a ladder match for both Matt Carlos' APW World Wide Internet Championship & Rik Luxury's "Real" World Wide Internet Championship.

Colt Cabana 1 October 15, 2011 Hayward, California

Cabana answered the open challenge from Rik Luxury, then defeated him to become the new Champion.

Champion images

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