Pacific Northwest Wrestling (PNW) is the common name used to refer to several different Portland, Ore.-based professional wrestling companies, both past and present. The first such company (that would later become a key territory of the National Wrestling Alliance and give rise to its famed TV program Portland Wrestling) was founded by Herb Owen in 1925. The area was brought to its prime by Herb's son, Don Owen, and this version of Pacific Northwest Wrestling saw many of the top names in the business come through on a regular basis. The Pacific Northwest was considered one of the main pro wrestling territories from the 1960s to the 1980s.
|Cowboy Tex Thompson|
|The Pacific Coast Playa JT Evans|
|Coach Mike Jones|
Doctor Pain's Portland Wrestling Championships (current)
|Pacific Northwest Heavyweight Championship||C.W Bergstrom|
|Pacific Northwest Tag Team Championship||The Hellfire Club(Emperor Void and Big Vicious)|
|Pacific Northwest Exreme Television Champion||"Cowboy" Tex Thompson|