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IWA Mid-South Light Heavyweight Championship
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Promotion Independent Wrestling Association Mid-South
Date established January 6, 1996
Date retired August 28, 2009
Other name(s) IWA Mid-South Lightweight Championship

The IWA Mid-South Light Heavyweight Championship was the major title in the Independent Wrestling Association Mid-South. The title debuted as the Lightweight Title in 1996, evolving to the current weight class in 1998.

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Title history

Wrestler: Times: Date: Place: Notes:
American Kickboxer 1 January 6, 1996 New Albany, Indiana Defeated El Perro to become the first Lightweight champion.
El Perro (Tarek The Great) 1 October 17, 1996 Louisville, Kentucky
American Kickboxer 2 October 31, 1996 Louisville, Kentucky Won a mask vs. mask match against Perro, who unmasked as Tarek the Great.
Tarek the Great 2 1996 Louisville, Kentucky
Wild Child 1 November 28, 1996 Louisville, Kentucky
Tarek the Great 3 December 5, 1996 Louisville, Kentucky
American Kickboxer 3 Date Unknown Louisville, Kentucky
Tarek the Great 4 February 20, 1997 Louisville, Kentucky
American Kickboxer 4 February 27, 1997 Louisville, Kentucky
Tarek the Great 5 March 5, 1997 Campbellsville, Kentucky
American Kickboxer 5 March 6, 1997 Louisville, Kentucky
Tarek the Great 6 March 12, 1997 Louisville, Kentucky
American Kickboxer 6 March 13, 1997 Louisville, Kentucky Stripped on March 27, 1997.
Danny Dee 1 March 27, 1997 Louisville, Kentucky Defeated Tarek the Great; stripped on 97/04/10.
Wild Child 2 April 10, 1997 Louisville, Kentucky Wins a 4-way match.
Bull Pain 1 April 10, 1997 Louisville, Kentucky Stripped on May 15, 1997 when Pain exceeded the weight limit.
American Kickboxer 7 May 15, 1997 Louisville, Kentucky Defeated J.C. Ice.
Tarek the Great 7 June 5, 1997 Louisville, Kentucky
Tyrin 1 June 12, 1997 Louisville, Kentucky
JC Ice 1 June 26, 1997 Louisville, Kentucky
Tyrin 2 July 3, 1997 Louisville, Kentucky
American Kickboxer 8 July 19, 1997 Louisville, Kentucky
Tarek the Great 8 August 1, 1997 Louisville, Kentucky Stripped on 97/09/04.
Reckless Youth 1 September 4, 1997 Louisville, Kentucky Defeated The American Kickboxer; stripped on November 8, 1997.
American Kickboxer 9 November 8, 1997 Lexington, Kentucky Won a 3-way match.
Twiggy Ramirez 1 November 27, 1997 Louisville, Kentucky Stripped on March 26, 1998.
Tarek the Great 9 March 26, 1998 Louisville, Kentucky Defeated The American Kickboxer and The Suicide Kid in a 3-way match; stripped on April 2, 1998.
The Suicide Kid 1 April 2, 1998 Louisville, Kentucky Defeated The American Kickboxer.
Tarek the Great 10 April 3, 1998 Scottsburg, Indiana
Tyrin 3 April 30, 1998 Louisville, Kentucky
Harry Palmer 1 April 30, 1998 Louisville, Kentucky
Mike Sensation 1 June 11, 1998 Louisville, Kentucky
Became "Light Heavyweight Championship."
Cash Flo 1 June 25, 1998 Louisville, Kentucky
Adam Pearce 1 July 30, 1998 Louisville, Kentucky Stripped on January 7, 1999 due to non-defense.
BDL 1 January 7, 1999 Louisville, Kentucky Defeated Twiggy Ramirez and The Suicide Kid in a 3-way match.
Harry Palmer 1 February 2, 1999 Louisville, Kentucky
Suicide Kid 2 April 29, 1999 Salem, Indiana
J Prodigy (BDL) 2 Date Unknown Louisville, Kentucky
Harry Palmer 3 February 4, 2000 Charlestown, Indiana
Held up on February 16, 2000; no champion was crowned in a rematch on February 23, 2000.
Mike Sensation 2 [March 4, 2000 Charlestown, Indiana Awarded.
Hy-Zya 1 March 4, 2000 Charlestown, Indiana
American Kickboxer 10 March 4, 2000 Charlestown, Indiana
Hy-Zya 2 April 1, 2000 Charlestown, Indiana
Vacant.
Suicide Kid 3 April 22, 2000 Charlestown, Indiana Defeated Prophet Daniel Quinn in a 3-man tournament final.
Paul E. Smooth 1 July 15, 2000 Charlestown, Indiana
Prophet Daniel Quinn 1 August 5, 2000 Charlestown, Indiana
Hy-Zya 3 August 30, 2000 Charlestown, Indiana
Richard X 1 September 23, 2000 Charlestown, Indiana
Hy-Zya 4 September 30, 2000 Charlestown, Indiana
Richard X 2 October 13, 2000 Charlestown, Indiana
Vacant.
Hy-Zya 5 December 16, 2000 Charlestown, Indiana Defeated Todd Morton.
Mark Wolf 1 December 20, 2000 Charlestown, Indiana
Paul E. Smooth 2 December 29, 2000 Charlestown, Indiana
Mark Wolf 2 December 30, 2000 Charlestown, Indiana
Paul E. Smooth 3 January 10, 2001 Charlestown, Indiana
Hy-Zya 6 April 7, 2001 Charlestown, Indiana
Mark Wolf 3 May 6, 2001 Charlestown, Indiana Defeated Hy-Zaya and Richard X in a 3-way match.
CM Punk 1 June 9, 2001 Charlestown, Indiana
Tarek the Great 11 July 14, 2001 Charlestown, Indiana
Mark Wolf 4 September 29, 2001 Charlestown, Indiana Defeated Tarek and Hy-Zya in a 3-way match.
Tarek the Great 12 October 6, 2001 Charlestown, Indiana
CM Punk 2 November 3, 2001 Charlestown, Indiana Stripped for no-defense.
Kurt Krueger 1 February 1, 2002 Charlestown, Indiana Defeated Cuefa in tournament final.
Ace Steel 1 February 8, 2002 Indianapolis, Indiana
Vic Capri 1 March 8, 2002 Charlestown, Indiana
Ace Steel 2 May 3, 2002 Clarksville, Indiana Stripped in June 2002 for not defending it within 30 days.
Vacant.
Kurt Krueger 2 August 3, 2002 Clarksville, Indiana Defeated Tarek the Great in an 8-man tournament final.
Nate Webb 1 October 5, 2002 Clarksville, Indiana
Danny Daniels 1 November 16, 2002 Clarksville, Indiana
Shark Boy 1 December 28, 2002 Clarksville, Indiana
Nate Webb 2 March 11, 2003 Clarksville, Indiana
J.C. Bailey 1 March 29, 2003 Clarksville, Indiana
Michael Todd Stratton (Todd Morton) 1 May 24, 2003 Clarksville, Indiana
J.C. Bailey 2 May 31, 2003 Clarksville, Indiana
Sonjay Dutt 1 August 9, 2003 Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
J.C. Bailey 3 November 21, 2003 Highland, Indiana Defeated Sonjay Dutt and Nate Webb in 3-way match.
Matt Sydal 1 January 17, 2004 Highland, Indiana
Delirious 1 June 26, 2004 Oolitic, Indiana
Held up on August 21, 2004 in Highland, Indiana when a match against Jimmy Jacobs ended with a double pin.
Jimmy Jacobs 1 September 17, 2004 Highland, Indiana Defeated Delirious in a ladder match
Delirious 2 December 12, 2004 Highland, Indiana
Josh Abercrombie 1 June 11, 2005 Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Tyler Black 1 October 15, 2005 Midlothian, Illinois Defeated Abercrombie in a best of 7 series.
Josh Abercrombie 2 January 21, 2006 Midlothian, Illinois
Brandon Thomaselli 1 April 14, 2007 Shelbyville, Indiana
Chuck Taylor 1 August 31, 2007 Midlothian, Illinois
Mike Quackenbush 1 September 1, 2007 Pelham, Alabama
Chuck Taylor 2 December 7, 2007 Plainfield, Illinois Defeated Quackenbush in a match also involving Chris Hero and Eddie Kingston.
Jason Hades 1 April 12, 2008 Joliet, Illinois
Dingo 1 n\a Joliet, Illinois
Quick Carter Gray 1 January 17, 2009 Joliet, Illinois
Jimmy Jacobs 2 March 7, 2009 Joliet, Illinois
Jason Hades 2 June 5, 2009 Joliet, Illinois

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