The European Greco-Roman Heavyweight Championship was a Greco-Roman professional wrestling championship contested for throughout the continent of Europe. The title existed from 1894 through 1905.
The final champion Georg Hackenschmidt defeated American Heavyweight Champion, Tom Jenkins, on May 5, 1905 in New York City, New York to unify both titles and become the undisputed World Heavyweight Champion.
|Tom Cannon||1||August 22, 1886||Melbourne, Australia||Defeated William Miller also, defeats Tom McInerney to become the first champion.|
|Karl Abs||1||September 5, 1894||Hamburg, Germany|
|Ernest Roeber||1||September 26, 1894||Hamburg, Germany||Awarded.|
|Beck Olsen||1||March 28, 1900||New York City, New York|
|Ernest Roeber||2||September 12, 1900||Copenhagen, Denmark|
|Title vacated||-||1901||The title was vacated.|
|Tom Cannon||2||May 3, 1901||London, England||Defeated Antonio Pierre for the vacant title.|
|Georg Hackenschmidt||1||September 4, 1902||Liverpool, England|
|Title retired||May 5, 1905||New York City, New York||Hackenschmidt defeats American Heavyweight Champion Tom Jenkins to unify the two titles and become the undisputed World Heavyweight Champion.|