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XPW's first World Champion was crowned in a Battle Royal match that saw Damien Steele and John Kronus be the last two remaining wrestlers compete in a single fall match for the title. Steele would win this match to become champion.
|Damian Steele||1||October 29, 1999||Reseda, CA||Won a battle royal, last eliminating John Kronus, to become the first champion.|
|Big Dick Dudley||1||December 18, 1999||Hollywood, CA|
|Stripped||January 29, 2000||Hollywood, CA||Big Dick Dudley was stripped of the title when his parole officer refused to let him compete.|
|Jake Lawless||1||January 29, 2000||Hollywood, CA||Damien Steele used a chair on Michael Modest either accidentally or on purpose, giving Lawless the win.|
|Damien Steele||2||January 29, 2000||Hollywood, CA||Purchased the title from Lawless.|
|Chris Candido||1||February 26, 2000||Hollywood, CA||Wins Falls Count Anywhere match.|
|Vacated||April 29, 2000||Bakersfield, CA||Chris Candido no-shows. Stripped of the title after signing with World Championship Wrestling.|
|Sabu||1||April 29, 2000||Bakersfield, CA||Defeated Messiah to win the vacant title.|
|Messiah||1||May 26, 2001||Los Angeles, CA||Defeated New Jack to win the title. New Jack was not the champion and was|
subbing for Sabu, who was the champion.
|Stripped||August 25, 2001||Los Angeles, CA||Messiah was stripped of the title after being fired from XPW.|
|Johnny Webb||1||August 25, 2001||Los Angeles, CA||Johnny Webb and Rob Black defeated Sabu and Josh Lazie in a tag team match. Webb|
won the title as per the stipulation of the match.
|Shane Douglas||1||July 20, 2002||Pico Rivera, CA|
|Title retired||March 8, 2003||Pittsburgh, PA||XPW closes. Date and location listed is XPW's final event.|
- Damian Steele is the only wrestler to hold the championship twice.
- Sabu was the only champion that defended the title outside of the United States, as well as the longest reigning champion, holding the title for a year and a month.
- The Messiah and Sabu are the only two former XPW World Heavyweight Champions who are still currently active, as the rest are either retired or have passed away.
- Jake Lawless is the shortest reigning champion as he sold the XPW World Heavyweight Championship to Damian Steele.
- The Sandman defeated Johnny Webb at XPW's Retribution, but Rob Black nullified the victory by restarting the match and having Webb roll up Sandman for the victory.
- Xtreme Pro Wrestling
- Champion history - History of the wrestlers who have held the belt.
- Title matches - Matches in which the title was defended.
- Champion gallery - A gallery of all champions.