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Title history

# Wrestlers Reign Date Days
held
Location Event Notes
1 Jimmy Snuka 1 April 25, 1992 1 Mount Tabor, PA Live event Defeated Salvatore Bellomo in a tournament final to become inaugural champion.
2 Johnny Hotbody 1 April 26, 1992 79 Philadelphia, PA Live event
3 Jimmy Snuka 2 July 14, 1992 78 Philadelphia, PA Live event
4 Don Muraco 1 September 30, 1992 47 Phildelphia, PA Live event
5 The Sandman 1 November 16, 1992 138 Philadelphia, PA Live event
6 Don Muraco 2 April 3, 1993 127 Radnor, PA Hardcore TV #9
7 Tito Santana 1 August 8, 1993 32 Philadelphia, PA Hardcore TV #20
8 Shane Douglas 1 September 9, 1993 23 Roanoke, VA Hardcore TV #23 Douglas won the title via forfeit.
9 Sabu 1 October 2, 1993 85 Philadelphia, PA NWA Bloodfest
10 Terry Funk 1 December 26, 1993 90 Philadelphia, PA Holiday Hell 1993
11 Shane Douglas 1 March 26, 1994 385 Devon, PA Ultimate Jeopardy This was a Ultimate Jeopardy match also involving, Mr. Hughes, Rocco Rock, Johnny Grunge, Road Warrior Hawk, Kevin Sullivan, and The Tazmaniac. Douglas pinned Funk to win the title.
12 The Sandman 2 April 15, 1995 196 Philadelphia, PA Hostile City
Showdown
13 Mikey Whipwreck 1 October 28, 1995 42 Philadelphia, PA Live event This was a ladder match.
14 The Sandman 3 December 9, 1995 49 Philadelphia, PA December to
Dismember
This was a three-way dance that also included Steve Austin.
15 Raven 1 January 27, 1996 252 Philadelphia, PA Live event
16 The Sandman 4 October 5, 1996 63 Philadelphia, PA Ultimate Jeopardy The Sandman and Tommy Dreamer defeated Stevie Richards and Brian Lee in a tag team match. The Sandman gained the pinfall to win the championship after Raven failed to show for the event.
17 Raven 2 December 7, 1996 127 Philadelphia, PA Holiday Hell 1996 This was a barbed wire match.
18 Terry Funk 2 April 13, 1997 118 Philadelphia, PA Barely Legal
19 Sabu 2 August 9, 1997 8 Philadelphia, PA Born to be Wired This was a barbed wire match.
20 Shane Douglas 3 August 17, 1997 60 Fort Lauderdale, FL Hardcore Heaven This was a three way dance that also included Terry Funk.
21 Bam Bam Bigelow 1 October 16, 1997 45 New York City, NY Live event
22 Shane Douglas 4 November 30, 1997 406 Monaca, PA November to
Remember
23 Taz 1 January 10, 1999 252 Kissimmee, FL Guilty as Charged
24 Mike Awesome 1 September 19, 1999 89 Villa Park, IL Anarchy Rulz This was a three way dance that also included Masato Tanaka.
25 Masato Tanaka 1 December 17, 1999 6 Nashville, TN ECW on TNN
26 Mike Awesome 2 December 23, 1999 112 White Plains, NY ECW on TNN
27 Taz 2 April 13, 2000 9 Indianapolis, IN ECW on TNN
28 Tommy Dreamer 1 April 22, 2000 <1 Philadelphia, PA CyberSlam
29 Justin Credible 1 April 22, 2000 162 Philadelphia, PA CyberSlam
30 Jerry Lynn 1 October 1, 2000 35 Saint Paul, MN Anarchy Rulz
31 Steve Corino 1 November 5, 2000 63 Villa Park, IL November to
Remember
This was a double jeopardy match that also included Justin Credible and The Sandman.
32 The Sandman 5 January 7, 2001 <1 New York, NY Guilty as Charged This was a tables, ladders, chairs and canes match that also included Justin Credible
33 Rhino 1 January 7, 2001 94 New York, NY Guilty as Charged
Deactivated April 11, 2001 ECW closed on April 4, 2001, and World Wrestling Entertainment purchased its assets in 2003.
34 Rob Van Dam 1 June 13, 2006 21 Trenton, NJ ECW The title was revived for the ECW brand. Van Dam was awarded the title by Paul Heyman for winning the WWE Championship.
35 Big Show 1 July 4, 2006 152 Philadelphia, PA ECW This was an extreme rules match.
36 James Harrison 1 December 3, 2006 147 Augusta, GA December to
Dismember
This was an Extreme Elimination Chamber match also involving Rob Van Dam, Hardcore Holly, Test and CM Punk.
37 Mr. McMahon 1 April 29, 2007 35 Atlanta, GA Backlash McMahon pinned Harrison in a handicap match whcih also involved McMahon's teammates Shane McMahon and Umaga to win the championship.
38 Matthew Harrison 1 June 3, 2007 90 Jackson, FL One Night Stand This was a street fight.
39 CM Punk 1 September 1, 2007 143 Cincinnati, OH ECW This was a last chance match.
40 Chavo Guerrero 1 January 22, 2008 68 Charlottesville, VA ECW This was a no disqualification match.
41 Kane 1 March 30, 2008 91 Orlando, FL WrestleMania XXIV
42 Mark Henry 1 June 29, 2008 70 Dallas, TX Night of Champions This was a triple threat match that also included Big Show.
43 Matt Hardy 1 September 7, 2008 127 Cleveland, OH Unforgiven This was a scramble match that also included Finlay, The Miz and Chavo Guerrero.
44 Jack Swagger 1 January 12, 2009 104 Sioux City, IA ECW
45 Christian 1 April 26, 2009 42 Providence, RI Backlash
46 Tommy Dreamer 2 June 7, 2009 49 New Orleans, LA Extreme Rules This was a triple threat hardcore match that also included Jack Swagger.
47 Christian 2 July 26, 2009 205 Philadelphia, PA Night of Champions
48 Ezekiel Jackson 1 February 16, 2010 <1 Kansas City, MO ECW This was an extreme rules match.
Deactivated February 16, 2010 Kansas City, MO ECW The title was retired once again immediately after Jackson won it due to the ECW brand being discontinued.

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