NCW Television Championship

The NCW Television Championship is a tertiary championship owned by Northern Carnage Wrestling (NCW). It has been originally known as the "NCW United States Heavyweight Championship".


The title was introduced as the "NCW United States Heavyweight Championship" in a Fatal 4-Way Ladder Match, where Bolin won to become the champion. On June 8, 2013, Mako, after defeating Bolin to win the U.S. Heavyweight Championship, was forced to vacate the title due to injury after being Speared through the stage by Amon. On October 28, 2013, at Destined Glory, Takato Matsuki defeated Bolin to win the championship in the tournament finals while it was vacated and renamed the "NCW Television Championship".


The inaugural champion was Bolin, who won it at No Way Out on January 20, 2013. Mako and Ben Tennyson are tied for record of most reigns, with two each.

Jesse Alvarez is the current champion in his first reign. He defeated Brad Carbunkle during WrestleWars III to win the title.

No. Champion Reign Date Days held Location Successful Defenses Event Notes
1 Bolin 1 January 20, 2013 62 No Way Out (2013) Won the title when it was the U.S. Heavyweight Championship in a Fatal 4-Way Ladder Match.
2 Mako 1 March 23, 2013 78 NCW Prime
Vacated June 8, 2013 NCW Prime Mako was Speared through the stage by Amon; due to this, was forced to vacate to belt.
3 Takato Matsuki 1 October 28, 2013 71 Destined Glory (2013) Defeated Bolin in a tournament final to win the title.
4 Ben Tennyson 1 December 31, 2013 266 Anarchy Rulz (2013)
5 Mako 2 October 4, 2014 WrestleWars II Defeated Ben Tennyson in an Open Challenge.
6 Ben Tennyson 2
7 Brad Carbunkle 1
8 Jesse Alvarez 1 October 3rd, 2015 148 days Villa Park, Illinois 2 WrestleWars III
Vacated March 1st, 2016 NCW went into hiatus after No Way Out
9 Renton Thurston 1 April 15th, 2017 <1 Johnstown, PA NCW Rejuvenation Defeated Jesse Alvarez, Adam Price & Takato Matsuki in a Fatal Four Way

Trivia Edit

  • Mako is the first wrestler to hold the title under both the United States Heavyweight and Television names.