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IZW Heavyweight Championship

Won By Date Footnote
John O'Malley May 08 2004 1
Aaron Neil Jan 22 2005 2
Big Van Vader Oct 22 2005  
Aaron Neil Mar 18 2006 3
Michael Barry Sep 16 2006  
Tommy Revell Dec 22 2007 4
Angel Williams Mar 15 2008  
Michael Barry Sep 20 2008 5
Aaron Neil Feb 14 2009  
John O'Malley Nov 14 2009  
Kevin Morgan Feb 13 2010 6
John O'Malley May 08 2010  
Aaron Neil Jun 19 2010 7
Jermaine Johnson Nov 06 2010 8
Aaron Neil Dec 17 2011 9
Jermaine Johnson Feb 11 2012 10
Aaron Neil Mar 17 2012 11
Double D Sep 15 2012 12
The Convict Feb 16 2013  
Johnny Z Mar 23 2013 13
Double D Mar 15 2014 14
Gary Tool Jun 28 2014 15
Johnny Z Aug 09 2014 16
Jermaine Johnson Dec 20 2014 17
Brad Michaels May 23 2015  
Johnny Z Jul 18 2015 18
Brad Michaels Sep 12 2015 19
Damon Windsor Dec 26 2015 20
Double D Mar 19 2016 21
The Convict Jul 16 2016 22
Johnny Z Jul 16 2016 23
Aaron Neil Nov 19 2016 24
Johnny Z Feb 04 2017 25
Kevin Morgan May 20 2017 26
  1. O'Malley def. Dr. X in a tournament final to become the inaugural champion.
  2. O'Malley was stripped of the title on January 9, 2005 at an Asylum Championship Wrestling show in Wichita Falls, TX by IZW owner John Zorthos. Neil def. John O'Malley in the last round of a tournament in a Best 2 out of 3 Falls Match to win the vacant title
  3. Neil def. Vader for the title in a Steel Cage Match
  4. Revell def. Barry for the title in a Falls Count Anywhere Loser Leaves IZW Match.
  5. Barry def. Williams for the title in a No DQ/Triple Threat Match that also included Aaron Neil
  6. Morgan def. O'Malley for the title in a No DQ Match
  7. Neil def. O'Malley for the title in a TLC Match that also involved Angel Williams
  8. On August 6, 2011, IZW Impact Division Champion Double D def. Johnson in a Title-vs-Title match. However, Jeff Wolfenbarger filed an injunction with the Oklahoma Athletic Commission & had the results of the heavyweight title match between Double D and Jermaine Johnson nullified, as referee Johnny Z was shown to not be impartial.
  9. Neil def. Johnson for the title in a 2-out-of-3 Falls Match
  10. Johnson def. Neil for the title in a TLC match
  11. Neil def. Johnson for the title in a No DQ Match
  12. D defeated Neil for the title in a Triple Threat TLC Match that also involved Jermaine Johnsno
  13. After successfully defending the title against Double D on March 23, The Convict handed the belt to Johnny Z.
  14. D def. Johnny Z for the title in an Impact Chamber Match that also involved Damon Windsor, Brandon Bishop, Brad Michaels, Copycat, O'Malley, Striker, Randy Price and Kevin Morgan Morgan
  15. Double D was stripped of the title on June 28, 2014 after he was forced out of wrestling by Impact, Inc. Tool was the final survivor.in a 6-Man Tag Team/No DQ/No Countout/Elimination Match pitting Tool, Jermaine Johnson & Damon Windsor vs. Johnny Z & IZW Tag Team Champions Team Bull (The Bronze Bull & Bobby Starr).
  16. Z def. Tool for the title in an Impact Chamber Match that also involved Randy Price, Kevin Morgan, The Bronze Bull, Jordan Jacobs, Jermaine Johnson, Damon Windsor, Bobby Starr and. O'Malley
  17. Johnson def. Z for the title in a Triple Threat Steel Cage Match that also involved Double D
  18. Z def. Michaels for the title in a Triple Threat Match that also included Jermaine Johnson
  19. Michaels def. Z for the title in a Triple Threat Match that also involved Jermaine Johnson.
  20. Due to the controversial ending to the Monsters Bash Battle Royal at Halloween Hangover 2015, Michaels was stripped of the title prior to the IZW show on November 21. Windsor def. Johnny Z, Brad Michaels, Jermaine Johnson, Rage Logan, Nathan Estrada, Convict, Angel Camacho and Kevin Morgan in an Impact Chamber Match for the vacant title. On February 6, 2016, it appeared that Double D had won they IZW title, but the next week, Co-Commissioner Shawn McHale declared that title victory overturned due to video evidence that Windsor's hand was under they rope during the pinfall. The title was then returned to Windsor.
  21. D def. Windsor for the title in a Dog-Collar Chain Match
  22. The Convict def. Double D for the title in a Triple Threat Match to also involved Jordan Jacobs
  23. Convict handed the title over to Johnny Z. IZW declared the title vacant on November 7, 2016.
  24. Neil def. Johnny Z in a Tournament final for the vacant title
  25. Z def. Neil for the title in a Triple Threat Match that also involved Kevin Morgan. On March 25, 2017, it appeared that Kevin Morgan def. Z for the title, but upon video review, it was determined that both men's shoulders were down, resulting in a double pin draw and the title change was overturned.
  26. Morgan def. Z for the title in a Lumberjack Strap Match

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