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Titan Wrestling Promotions was a wrestling promotion based in Sydney, Australia that was active from October 6, 1998 to August 1, 2002.

The Beginning

TWP was formed after the Ken Dunlop owned AWA (Australian Wrestling Alliance) folded in 1998. The initial owners were David Barrand, Sean Barrand and Jumpin Josh. September of 1999 saw the first and only change in ownership with Jumpin Josh retiring from professional wrestling, leaving David and Sean Barrand as the owners. In the debut live event on the 6th of October 1998, AWA Champion Red Flair took on Dean Draven for the TWP Heavyweight title. Draven won the match and unified the AWA title with the newly created TWP title before a crowd of 300 people at the Ingleburn RSL club.

The End

TWP ran it's last official live event at the Bexley RSL Club March 2, 2002. After months of speculation the company was closed on August 1st. The ring (which was the old TV ring used on Australia's World Championship Wrestling from Sydney) was sold to Joe Zappia (aka The Rockabilly Rebel) who formed the AWE. The AWE hired all the TWP talent and combined them with his own to form a super company. The AWE folded (as it turned out temporarily) in late 2003. Some of the talent moved on to the newly formed UWA and TNT's AWF.

TWP Champions

The final champions were as follows;

Championship Champion(s) Defeated Date Won Location
TWP Australian Heavyweight Championship Dean Draven Troy the Boy March 2, 2002 Bexley, New South Wales
TWP Australian Tag Team Championship Kid Volante & Kasey Karnage Wild Child & Red Flair March 2, 2002 Bexley, New South Wales
TWP Australian Women's Championship Amy Action Thunder Storm March 2, 2002 Bexley, New South Wales
TWP Australian Cruiserweight Championship Will Phoenix Unknown July 7, 2001 -
TWP Australian Light Heavyweight Championship Striker Night Crawler April 7, 2001 -

TWP Championship Histories

TWP AUSTRALIAN HEAVYWEIGHT CHAMPIONSHIP
06-10-1998 DEAN DRAVEN
18-05-1999 LOU The BUTCHER
24-03-2000 CHIEF KALA LEVI
12-05-2000 DEAN DRAVEN (2)
24-06-2000 CHIEF KALA LEVI (2)
09-09-2000 DEAN DRAVEN (3)
22-01-2001 DEAN DRAVEN (4)
25-02-2001 MACE
03-03-2001 SONIC
05-05-2001 TROY THE BOY
03-02-2002 DEAN DRAVEN (5)

TWP AUSTRALIAN TAG TEAM CHAMPIONSHIP
11-10-1998 GREG STEKKA, RED FLAIR & PYRO
14-02-1999 JUMPIN' JOSH & KISS
07-03-1999 TROY THE BOY & DEAN DRAVEN
02-05-1999 KISS (2) & MAVERICK
11-03-2000 RED FLAIR (2) & FABIO
18-03-2000 MAVERICK (2) & SONIC
04-11-2000 SONIC (2) & WILD CHILD
16-12-2000 RED FLAIR (3) & STRIKER
01-07-2001 WILD CHILD (2) & RED FLAIR (3)
03-02-2002 KID VOLANTE & KASEY KARNAGE

TWP AUSTRALIAN WOMEN'S CHAMPIONSHIP
06-10-1998 AMY ACTION
24-06-2000 MIKHAIL
01-07-2000 AMY ACTION (2)
07-09-2001 THUNDER STORM
06-10-2001 AMY ACTION (3)
01-12-2001 THUNDER STORM (2)
03-02-2002 AMY ACTION (4)

TWP AUSTRALIAN CRUISERWEIGHT CHAMPIONSHIP
07-07-2001 WILL PHOENIX

TWP AUSTRALIAN LIGHT HEAVYWEIGHT CHAMPIONSHIP
06-09-1998 TROY THE BOY
06-10-1998 RICKY DIAMOND
01-11-1998 BRIAN CANNON
24-03-2000 STRIKER
24-03-2000 WILD CHILD
01-07-2000 SUPER THUNDER
07-10-2000 MAVERICK
03-03-2001 NIGHT CRAWLER
07-04-2001 STRIKER (2)

TWP MINOR CHAMPIONSHIPS
1999 BIG AL (Rumble Title)
2000 NIGHT CRAWLER (Western Title)
2000 STRIKER (Western Title)
2001 ACE BRIMSHORE (NSW Title)
2001 JOHNNY ROGUE (Rumble Title)

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