The ACW Television Championship was a professional wrestling championship created and promoted by Awesome Championship Wrestling (ACW). Along with the ACW Hardcore Championship, it was one of ACW's tertiary titles. On July 28, 2013, it was unified with the ACW Intercontinental Championship and the ACW United States Championship by Luke Smith, the final Television Champion to become the inaugural and current ACW Phenomenal Champion.
On the April 12, 2013 episode of ACW, co-owners Jesse Alvarez and Joshua Garza introduced the ACW Television Championship with the rest of the belts. The inaugural champion was crowned on the April 26, 2013 episode of ACW, where Duke Devlin defeated Marcus King in a Falls Count Anywhere Match to become the inaugural champion, and as a result, Devlin became the first ACW wrestler to win an ACW title on their television debut, as well as becoming the youngest wrestler to win a title and the first ACW champion overall.
On the July 5, 2013 episode of Ignition, the Television Championship, along with the ACW Intercontinental Championship and the ACW United States Championship, was announced to be unified at Rebellion by the end of the ACW International Championship Tournament at Rebellion. Luke Smith not only retained his title, but also defeated ACW Intercontinental Champion James Griffin, ACW United States Champion Dante and PewDiePie in a Fatal 4-Way Ultimate X match, and thus unified the titles into what became known as the ACW International Championship, the original name for the prize until Smith announced the name change into now currently known as the ACW Phenomenal Championship. As a result, the ACW Television Championship was decommissioned along with the ACW Intercontinental Championship and the ACW United States Championship.
There have been only 2 different reigns. Duke Devlin is the inaugural champion, who defeated Marcus King in a Falls Count Anywhere Match on the April 26, 2013 episode of ACW in San Antonio, Texas. The final champion is Luke Smith, who was in his first reign. He won the championship in a singles match by defeating Duke Devlin on June 30, 2013 at Reign in Blood.
|No.||Wrestler||Reign||Date||Days held||Successful defenses||Location||Event||Notes|
|1||Duke Devlin||1||April 26, 2013||65||1||San Antonio, Texas||ACW on USA Network||Defeated Marcus King in a Falls Count Anywhere Match to become the inaugural champion.|
|2||Luke Smith||1||June 20, 2013||28||1||Washington D.C.||Reign in Blood|
|—||Unified||—||July 28, 2013||—||—||Washington D.C.||Rebellion||Unified with the ACW Intercontinental Championship and the ACW United States Championship. This was a Fatal 4-Way Ultimate X Match involving Dante, James Griffin and PewDiePie to unify the ACW Television Championship, the ACW Intercontinental Championship and the ACW United States Championship. This was also in a tournament final to crown the inaugural ACW Phenomenal Champion.|
|First champion(s)||Duke Devlin|
|Most reigns||All champions (1 reign)|
|Longest reign||Duke Devlin (65 days)|
|Shortest reign||Luke Smith (28 days)||Final champion|
|Oldest winner||Luke Smith (20 years old)|
|Youngest winner||Duke Devlin (17 years old)|
|Heaviest champion||Luke Smith (198 lb. (90 kg.))|
|Lightest champion||Duke Devlin (191 lb. (87 kg.))|