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The European Heavyweight Championship is a top title competed for throughout the European Union's professional wrestling circuit.

The title would be defended in many promotions in Europe, and other versions of this one title also appeared in certain promotions. On August 25, 2001 the European Wrestling Union produced a European Heavyweight Championship tournament in Bochum, Germany, bringing in wrestlers some of whom claimed to already be the Champion. This tournament saw these titles merge into one with Britain's Robbie Brookside confirming his claim as champion by defeating 5 Star Cory K in a championship decider.

The title history below shows all the holders of the title in chronological order. However, there are instances where another wrestler has taken the role of champion, or claimed the title but no official title change was recorded (these are noted with "unknown title history", or other details.)

Title history

European Union Heavyweight Championship History

Wrestler: Reigns: Date: Place: Notes:
Heinrich Froehner 1
Atholl Oakeley 1 1932
Heinrich Froehner 2 1933
Karl Pojello 1 1933 Nottingham, Great Britain
Henri Deglane 1 April 1934
Dan Koloff 1 April 7, 1934 Paris, France
Henri Deglane 2 Unknown title history.
Al Pereira 1 July 1937 Paris, France
Dan Koloff 2 1937
Al Pereira 2 1937
Dan Koloff 3 1937 Unknown title history.
Felix Lamban 1 1940s Lamban holds the title during several shows.
Victorio Ochoa 1 1940s Unknown title history.
Yvar Martinson 1 1949
Felxi Miquet 1 November 8, 1949 Paris, France Unknown title history.
Jack Dale 1
Jose Tarres 1 August 28, 1948 Barcelona, Spain Unknown title history.
Bert Assirati 1 1949
Vacant August 1952 After Assirati left for India.
Shirley Crabtree 1 1952 Crabtree defeated Yvar Martinson for the vacant title.
Joe Robinson 1 1952
Vicente Febrer 1 1952 Unknown title history.
Milo Popocopolis 1 1961
Shirley Crabtree 2 1961 Unknown title history.
Jim Olivera 1 1961
Billy Joyce 1 1961
Bill Robinson 1 June 12, 1965 Manchester, Great Britain
Vacant 1970 After Robinson left for North America.
Horst Hoffman 1 July 1971 Cologne, West Germany
Albert Wall 1 February 4, 1974
Hans Streiger 1 1978 Stuttgart, West Germany
Pete Curry March 24, 1978 Liverpool, Great Britain
Wild Angus 1 1978
Vacant 1978 Wild Angus was stripped of the title.
Hans Streiger 2
Steve Veidor 1 September 15, 1978 Liverpool, Great Britain
Hans Streiger 3 1979
Johnny Kincaid 1 1980 Hamburg, West Germany Unknown title history.
Wayne Bridges 1
Kwick-Kick Lee 1 January 25, 1983 London, Great Britain Unknown title history.
Pat Roach 1 March 1990
Giant Haystacks 1 February 6, 1991 Great Britain
Pat Roach 2 1991 Unknown title history.
John Prator 1 1995 Unknown title history.
Rob Brookside 1 1999 On August 25, 2001, Bochum, Germany, Brookside confirms his claim by winning the European Wrestling Union's European Heavyweight Championship tournament.
Karl Krammer 1 October 10, 2001 Berlin, Germany Kramer won the title after Brookside did not defend it within its 60 days ruling.
The Flatliner 1 February 1, 2002 Exmouth, Great Britain
Vacant February 17, 2002 After The Flatliner breaks his leg.
Rob Brookside 2 February 19, 2002 Yeovil, Great Britain Brookside defeated Justin Starr in a tournament final for the vacant title.
The Flatliner 2 2003 Exeter Won a 20-man battle royal

UEWA European Heavyweght Championship History

Wrestler: Reigns: Date: Place: Notes:
Rampage Brown 1 2010 Nordheide Won a Tournament
Mikey Whiplash 1 2010 Hanley
James Mason 1 2010 Llanell
John Kay 1 2011 Pinneberg
Chaos 1 2012 Viborg Defeated "Bad Bones"/"The German Psycho" for the belt

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