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Title history

Silver areas in the history indicate periods of unknown lineage.

Wrestler: Times: Date: Location: Notes:
Frank Stojack 1 Prior to 1948 The first champion
Gordon Hessell 1 April 28, 1948 Vancouver, BC
Frank Stojack 2 ? ?
Jack McLauchlan 1 June 8, 1949 Vancouver, BC
Vacant 1949 Titile vacant
Tony Ross 1 September 21, 1949 Vancouver, BC Defeats Leo Karilenko
Andy Tremaine 1 circa January 1952 ? Recognized in Vancouver
The Masked Marvel 1 circa April 1952 ?
Roger Mackay 1 circa July 1952 ?
Carl Engstrom 1 ? ?
Buddy Knox 1 March 24, 1954 Vancouver, BC
Frank Stojack 3 circa June 1954 ?
Ed Francis 1 circa June 1957 ?
Vacant June 1957 Francis leaves the territory
Bob Cummings 1 June 12, 1957 Vancouver, BC Defeats Herb Freeman in tournament final
Vacant circa May 1958 Title vacant
Buddy Knox 2 May 14, 1958 Vancouver, BC Defeats George Pancheff in tournament final
Kurt Von Poppenheim 1 1958 ?
Vacant Title inactive until 1970
Mark Lewin 1 February 9, 1970 Vancouver, BC Defeated Moondog Mayne for reactivated title
Gene Kiniski 1 April 13, 1970 Vancouver, BC
Don Leo Jonathan 1 June 22, 1970 Vancouver, BC
"Bulldog" Bob Brown 1 October 9, 1970 Victoria, BC
Don Leo Jonathan 2 December 7, 1970 Vancouver, BC
Gene Kiniski 2 December 28, 1970 Vancouver, BC
Steven Little Bear 1 July 19, 1971 Vancouver, BC
"Bulldog" Bob Brown 2 September 20, 1971 Vancouver, BC
Mark Lewin 2 January 17, 1972 Vancouver, BC
"Bulldog" Bob Brown 3 February 7, 1972 Vancouver, BC
Steven Little Bear 2 May 29, 1972 Vancouver, BC
Gene Kiniski 3 June 26, 1972 Vancouver, BC
The Brute (Bugsy McGraw) 1 March 29, 1973 Victoria, BC
Sean Regan 1 April 23, 1973 Vancouver, BC
Mike Webster 1 June 15, 1973 Vernon, BC
The Brute 2 August 6, 1973 New Westminster, BC
Flash Gordon (George Gordienko) 1 February 14, 1974 Victoria, BC
Mr. X (Guy Mitchell) 1 April 1, 1974 Vancouver, BC
Gene Kiniski 4 October 14, 1974 Vancouver, BC Mr. X is unmasked, revealing Guy Mitchell
Guy Mitchell 2 January 20, 1975 Vancouver, BC
Don Leo Jonathan 3 April 21, 1975 Vancouver, BC
Siegfried Steinke 1 May 5, 1975 Vancouver, BC
Gene Kiniski 5 August 10, 1975 Vancouver, BC
Don Leo Jonathan 4 January 5, 1976 Vancouver, BC
Kenji Shibuya 1 March 8, 1976 Vancouver, BC
John Tolos 1 July 12, 1976 Vancouver, BC
"Big" John Quinn 1 August 9, 1976 Vancouver, BC
Don Leo Jonathan 5 December 13, 1976 Vancouver, BC
Gene Kiniski 6 January 10, 1977 Vancouver, BC
Guy Mitchell 3 March 14, 1977 Vancouver, BC
"Iron" Mike Sharpe 1 June 27, 1977 Vancouver, BC
Mr. X (Guy Mitchell) 4 August 22, 1977 Vancouver, BC
Don Wayt 1 December 12, 1977 Vancouver, BC
"Big" John Quinn 2 February 13, 1978 Vancouver, BC
Gene Kiniski 7 May 15, 1978 Vancouver, BC
Salvatore Martino (Salvatore Bellomo) 1 March 29, 1979 British Columbia
Jean Louie (Neil Guay/The Hangman) 1 May 14, 1979 Vancouver, BC
Yaki Joe (Francisco Flores) 1 July 23, 1979 Vancouver, BC
Siegfried Steinke 2 September 24, 1979 Victoria, BC
Buddy Rose 1 January 1980 British Columbia May have been awarded; records unclear
Jay Youngblood 1 February 9, 1981 Vancouver, BC
Vacated March 1981 Title abandoned