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Title history

Wrestler: Times: Date: Location: Notes: Defences:
Sputnik Monroe 1 August 9, 1964 Atlanta, GA Defeated Dick the Bruiser to become the first champion.
Don Fargo 1 September 25, 1964 Atlanta, GA
Sputnik Monroe 2 October 16, 1964 Atlanta, GA
Mario Galento 1 November 13, 1964 Atlanta, GA
Buddy Fuller 1 June 28, 1965 Atlanta, GA
Mario Galento 2
Vacated Title vacated when Galento was suspended.
Buddy Fuller 2 June 17, 1966 Atlanta, GA
El Mongol 1 February 24, 1967 Atlanta, GA
Nick Kozak 1 March 17, 1967 Atlanta, GA
El Mongol 2 April 7, 1967 Atlanta, GA
Buddy Fuller 3 April 28, 1967 Atlanta, GA
El Mongol 3 June 16, 1967 Atlanta, GA
Mr. Wrestling 1 August 11, 1967 Atlanta, GA
El Mongol 4 September 8, 1967 Atlanta, GA Stripped of the title following a match on December 8, 1967 in Atlanta, GA, but the title was returned later.
Mr. Wrestling 2 April 12, 1968 Atlanta, GA
The Big O 1 May 10, 1968 Atlanta, GA
Tarzan Tyler 1 June 14, 1968 Atlanta, GA
The Professional 1 August 23, 1968 Atlanta, GA
Johnny Valentine 2 November 8, 1968 Atlanta, GA
Held up November 29, 1968 Atlanta, GA Title held up following a match against The Professional.
The Professional 2 December 6, 1968 Atlanta, GA Defeated Valentine in a rematch to win the held up title.
Dale Lewis 1 December 27, 1968 Atlanta, GA
El Mongol 5 February 7, 1969 Atlanta, GA
Held up March 21, 1969 Atlanta, GA Title held up following a match against Assassin #1
El Mongol 6 1969 Atlanta, GA Defeated Assassin #1 in a rematch
The Professional 3 May 16, 1969 Atlanta, GA
Paul DeMarco 1 June 1969 Atlanta, GA
Joe Scarpa 1 September 19, 1969 Atlanta, GA
Paul DeMarco 2 October 3, 1969 Atlanta, GA
The Professional 4 November 28, 1969 Atlanta, GA
Vacated 1970 Title vacated after The Professional was injured.
Assassin #2 1 March 13, 1970 Atlanta, GA Defeated Joe Scarpa in a tournament final to win the vacant title.
Nick Bockwinkel 1 April 17, 1970 Atlanta, GA
Paul DeMarco 3 July 17, 1970 Atlanta, GA
Nick Bockwinkel 2 July 24, 1970 Atlanta, GA
Buddy Colt 1 September 4, 1970 Atlanta, GA
Fred Blassie 1 November 13, 1970 Atlanta, GA
Buddy Colt 2 November 20, 1970 Atlanta, GA
Ray Gunkel 1 November 27, 1970 Atlanta, GA
Vacated 1971
El Mongol 7 February 5, 1971 Atlanta, GA Defeated Nick Bockwinkel in a tournament final to win the vacant title.
Buddy Colt 3 June 1971 Atlanta, GA
Ray Gunkel 2 July 20, 1971 Atlanta, GA
Buddy Colt 4 1971
El Mongol 8 January 1972
Buddy Colt 5 April 1972 Griffin, GA
Roberto Soto 1 May 5, 1972
Vacated November 1972 Title vacated when Soto jumps to the All South Wrestling Alliance.
Mr. Wrestling II 1 January 1973 Atlanta, GA Defeated Sputnik Monroe in a tournament final to win the vacant title.
Bill Watts 1 May 18, 1973 Atlanta, GA
Held up Title held up following a match against Mr. Wrestling II.
Mr. Wrestling II 2 November 1973 Defeated Watts in a rematch to win the held up title.
Ron Fuller 1 December 21, 1973 Atlanta, GA
Mr. Wrestling II 3 January 11, 1974 Atlanta, GA
Buddy Colt 6 July 5, 1974 Atlanta, GA
Mr. Wrestling II 4 August 30, 1974 Atlanta, GA
Harley Race 1 September 13, 1974 Atlanta, GA
Vacated September 1974
Luke Graham 1 October 8, 1974 Atlanta, GA Won a tournament to win the vacant title.
Buddy Colt 7 October 11, 1974 Atlanta, GA
Held up November 15, 1974 Atlanta, GA Title held up following a match against Rocky Johnson.
Rocky Johnson 1 December 6, 1974 Atlanta, GA Defeated Colt in a rematch.
Abdullah the Butcher 1 February 21, 1975 Atlanta, GA
Toru Tanaka 1 August 1975 Atlanta, GA
Nikolai Volkoff 1 September 13, 1975 Atlanta, GA
Mr. Wrestling II 5 October 3, 1975 Atlanta, GA
The Spoiler 1 November 27, 1975 Atlanta, GA
Held up January 2, 1976 Atlanta, GA Title held up following a match against Bob Armstrong.
The Spoiler 2 January 1976 Atlanta, GA Defeated Armstrong in a rematch to win the held up title.
Dusty Rhodes 1 January 30, 1976 Atlanta, GA
The Spoiler 3 February 6, 1976 Atlanta, GA
Dick Slater 1 August 20, 1976 Atlanta, GA
Mr. Wrestling II 6 October 26, 1976 Columbus, Georgia
Dick Slater 2 November 25, 1976 Columbus, GA
Paul Jones 1 April 1, 1977
Dick Slater 3 June 1977
Mr. Wrestling II 7 July 22, 1977
Dick Slater 4 September 1977
Stan Hansen 1 December 1977
Mr. Wrestling II 8 1978
Stan Hansen 2 February 6, 1978
Vacated 1978
Angelo Mosca 1 June 9, 1978 Atlanta, GA Won a tournament to win the vacant title.
Mr. Wrestling II 9 October 16, 1978 Augusta, GA
Masked Superstar 1 January 6, 1979 Augusta, GA
Wahoo McDaniel 1 May 14, 1979 Augusta, GA
Masked Superstar 2 July 30, 1979 Augusta, GA
Wahoo McDaniel 2 August 1979 Augusta, GA
Killer Karl Kox 1 September 1979 Augusta, GA
Tommy Rich 1 October 26, 1979 Atlanta, GA
Masked Superstar 3 December 7, 1979 Atlanta, GA
Mr. Wrestling II 10 January 12, 1980 Atlanta, GA
Austin Idol 1 March 29, 1980 Atlanta, GA
Baron Von Raschke 1 June 8, 1980 Atlanta, GA
Steve Keirn 1 August 1980
Dennis Condrey 1 September 1980
Tony Atlas 1 October 24, 1980 Atlanta, GA
Vacated 1981
Tommy Rich 2 May 17, 1981 Atlanta, GA Defeated Greg Valentine in a tournament final to win the vacant title.
Ken Patera 1 June 12, 1981 Atlanta, GA
Vacated July 1981 Title vacated when Patera leaves the area after a dispute with booker George Scott.
Tommy Rich 3 August 9, 1981 Atlanta, GA Defeated Masked Superstar to win the vacant title.
Masked Superstar 4 August 29, 1981 Atlanta, GA Defeated Greg Valentine in a tournament final to win the vacant title.
Title retired August 29, 1981 Atlanta, GA Unified the title with the NWA National Heavyweight Championship.
Billy Black 1 June 1, 1998 Awarded the title when it is revived by NWA Georgia.
Lord Humongous 1 February 25, 1999 Loganville, GA
Silky Boom Boom 1 April 5, 1999 Loganville, GA
Frenchy Riviera 1 May 6, 1999 Loganville, GA
Silky Boom Boom 2 June 2, 1999 Conyers, Georgia
Bart Sawyer 1 June 27, 1999 Stockbridge, Georgia
Vacated October 1999 Title renamed NWA Wildside Heavyweight Championship.
Rick Michaels 1 October 14, 1999 Loganville, GA Last eliminated Dusty Dotson in a Mega Rumble match to win the vacant title.
Vacated January 2000
Rukkus 1 February 5, 2000 Cornelia, Georgia Won the title in a Mega Rumble match.
Stone Mountain 1 April 15, 2000 Cornelia, GA Defeated Mark E. Mark, who subbed for Rukkus.
Prince Justice 1 May 5, 2001 Cornelia, GA
Scott Wrenn 1 September 1, 2001 Cornelia, GA
Rick Michaels 2 October 19, 2001 Cornelia, GA
A.J. Styles 1 December 22, 2001 Cornelia, GA
David Young 1 March 23, 2002 Cornelia, GA Defeated Styles and Rick Michaels in a three-way elimination match.
Jason Cross 1 June 1, 2002 Cornelia, GA
Adam Jacobs 1 June 29, 2002 Cornelia, GA Won a gauntlet steel cage match, last eliminating A.J. Styles.
David Young 2 August 2, 2002 Cornelia, GA Defeated John Phoenix when Jacobs no-showed.
Iceberg 1 September 22, 2002 Cornelia, GA
Hotstuff Hernandez 1 July 5, 2003 Cornelia, GA
Onyx 1 October 25, 2003 Cornelia, GA
Jason Cross 2 September 4, 2004 Cornelia, GA
Ray Gordy 1 December 4, 2004 Cornelia, GA
Onyx 2 December 4, 2004 Cornelia, GA
Rainman 1 March 26, 2005 Cornelia, GA Defeated Onyx and Ray Gordy in a three-way match.
Onyx 3 April 30, 2005 Cornelia, GA Final champion.
Title retired April 30, 2005 Cornelia, GA Title was retired when NWA Wildside closes.

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