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The SMW "Beat the Champ" Television Championship was the secondary singles championship for the Smoky Mountain Wrestling (SMW) professional wrestling promotion. The title was created in 1992 and was active until SMW closed its doors on November 26, 1995. The storyline concept of the title was that the champion would defend his title every week against a "randomly drawn" opponent. For each successful defense of the belt, the wrestler won $1000, and if the champion could win five title matches in a row, including the title win, then the title was vacated and the champion received a $5000 bonus. In reality, the opponents were predetermined, and the winner never received the bonus. Moreover, the title was never represented by a belt.

Title history

Wrestler: Times: Date: Location: Notes:
Tracy Smothers 1 December 12, 1992 Morristown, Tennessee Defeated Jimmy Golden, The Dirty White Boy and Killer Kyle in a four-way elimination tournament final.
The Nightstalker 1 February 02, 1993 Jellico, Tennessee
Tim Horner 1 February 08, 1993 Jellico, TN
Bobby Eaton 1 March 01, 1993 Sevierville, Tennessee
Brian Lee 1 April 09, 1993 Barbourville, Kentucky
Vacated June 07, 1993 Lee won five consecutive matches.
Bobby Blaze 1 June 07, 1993 Cumberland, Kentucky Defeated The Dirty White Boy.
The Dirty White Boy 1 June 28, 1993 Buchanan County, Virginia Won the title under a mask as The Mighty Yankee.
Vacated August 16, 1993 The Dirty White Boy won five consecutive title matches.
Jimmy Del Ray 1 August 08, 1993 Clinton, Tennessee Defeated Ricky Morton.
Robert Gibson 1 September 13, 1993 Oakwood, Virginia
The Dirty White Boy 2 September 13, 1993 Oakwood, VA
Vacated October 04, 1993 Jellico, TN
Tim Horner 2 October 04, 1993 Jellico, TN Defeated Juicy Johnny.
Vacated December 06, 1993 Jefferson, North Carolina Horner injured by Prince Kharis
Tracy Smothers 2 December 06, 1993 Jefferson, NC Defeated Chris Candido.
Chris Candido 1 December 06, 1993 Jefferson, NC
Robbie Eagle 1 January 10, 1994 Chilhowie, Virginia
The Hornet 1 February 07, 1994 Jellico, TN
Killer Kyle 1 February 07, 1994 Jellico, TN
Mike Furnas 1 March 07, 1994 Dungannon, Virginia
Bruiser Bedlam 1 April 04, 1994 Clinton, TN
Vacated May 02, 1994 Bedlam won five consecutive title matches.
Kendo the Samurai (Tim Horner) 3 May 02, 1994 Harriman, Tennessee Defeated Chris Hamrick in a tournament final.
Tracy Smothers 3 June 07, 1994 Loudon, Tennessee Bobby Blaze, not Tim Horner, played Kendo the Samurai in this match.
Vacated July 05, 1994 Smothers won five consecutive title matches.
Tracy Smothers 3 July 05, 1994 Ashe County, North Carolina Defeated Scott Studd.
Lance Storm 1 August 08, 1994 Saltville, Virginia
Boo Bradley 1 September 05, 1994 Cumberland, KY
Scott Studd 1 October 03, 1994 Morganton, North Carolina
Bryant Anderson 1 October 03, 1994 Morganton, NC
Vacated November 07, 1994 Anderson won five consecutive title matches.
Brian Lee 2 November 07, 1994 Oakwood, VA Defeated The Nightmare (Ted Allen).
Buddy Landel 1 December 05, 1994 Princeton, WV
Vacated February 06, 1995 Landel won five consecutive title matches.
Boo Bradley 2 February 06, 1995 Lenoir, NC Defeated The Wolfman.
Billy Black 1 February 06, 1995 Lenoir, NC
Vacated March 06, 1995 Lenoir, NC Black left the promotion.
Killer Kyle 2 March 06, 1995 Lenoir, NC Defeated Boo Bradley.
Bobby Blaze 2 April 13, 1995 Pikeville, Kentucky
Blaze last defended the title that same night, defeating Al Snow. The match aired on May 20, 1995, and following the airing, the title was never mentioned again. SMW closed on November 26, 1995.

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