Lone Star Heavyweight Championship History

Current Champion:  John Saxon defeated “The Texas Lion” Houston Carson on May 30, 2015 at Lone Star Championship Wrestling.

Former Heavyweight Champions:

“The Texas Lion” defeated Steve Anthony on October 25, 2014 at NWA Houston #44.

“The Exclamation Point” Steve Anthony defeated Scot Summers on August 2, 2014 at NWA Houston #41.

“The King of the Underground” Scot Summers defeated “Addictive and Expensive” Byron Wilcott on March 29, 2014 at NWA Houston Pro Wrestling Event #37.

“Addictive and Expensive” Byron Wilcott pinned James Claxton on July 19, 2013 to become the new champion.  The match was a three way match which included then reigning champion “Godzilla” Jax Dane.

Jax Dane defeated Ryan Genesis, Scot Summers and Ray Rowe in a four way match to unify the NWA Lone Star Heavyweight and NWA Texas Heavyweight titles on December 14, 2012 at NWA Houston’s “Christmas Carnage II”.

Ryan Genesis defeated “One Man” Mike Dell on September 14, 2012 at NWA Houston’s “Lets Roll II”.

“One Man” Mike Dell defeated “The Name that Entertains” Jasper Davis on April 13, 2012 at NWA Houston’s “Shut up and Wrestle II”.

On January 13, 2012 “The Name that Entertains” Jasper Davis defeated Ken Carson a NWA Houston’s”Next Level”.

On 12-9-11 at NWA Houston’s “Christmas Carnage”, Ken Carson defeated Jasper Davis by cashing in his Transtar Federal Credit Union CD that gave him the opportunity get a title of match of his choosing at any time. Davis had just wrestled NWA Tennessee Heavyweight Champion Arrick Andrews to a time limit draw and was beyond the point of exhaustion.

“The Name that Entertains” Jasper Davis defeated Ken Carson on 11-11-11 at NWA Houston’s “Breaking Point”. The belt had been vacated by former champion Jaykus Plisken just prior to the 11-11-11 event. NWA Lone Star CEO Tony Brooklyn determined that Davis and Carson were the top two contenders to the title, therefore the winner of their match on 11-11-11 would be crowned new champion.

Jaykus Plisken defeated “Mr. Showtime” Scot Summers on 9-9-11 at NWA Houston’s “Let’s Roll”.  

“Mr. Showtime” Scot Summers defeated Shawn Houston on 4-8-11 at inaugural NWA Houston show (titled “April’s Fools”) to become the NWA Houston Heavyweight Champion.  Summers held that title until September 9, 2011 when it was unified with the NWA Houston Outlaw title.  Jaykus Plisken defeated Summers in that match to become the first NWA Lone Star Heavyweight Champion.

NWA Texas Heavyweight Championship (active):

1933-43 – Martino Angelo, Leo Savage, Chief Little Bear, Everett Marshall, Bobby Managoff, Juan Humberto

1944 – Lou Thesz (Houston)

1945 – Bobby Managoff, Dave Levin, Buddy Rogers, Ted Cox, Buddy Rogers (2),Jim Casey, Buddy Rogers (3)

1946 – Lou Thesz (2) (Houston), Buddy Rogers (4) (Houston), Kay Bell, Dave Levin (2), Ted Cox (2)

1947 – Miguel Guzman

1948 – Sonny Myers (Houston), Miguel Guzman (2) (Houston), Danny McShain (Houston), Miguel Guzman (3) (Houston), Dizzy Davis, Antonio Rocca, Danny McShain (2) (Houston), Antonio Rocca (2)

1949 – Dizzy Davis (2), Red Berry, Miguel Guzman (4 (San Antonio), Danny McShain (3) (Houston), 

Sonny Myers (2 (Houston), Bob Wagner, Rito Romero (San Antonio), Sonny Myers (3) (Dallas), Sandy O’Donnell , Sonny Myers (4) (Houston), Miguel Guzman (5), (Houston), Red Berry (2), Leo Newman, Verne Gagne

1950 – Danny McShain (4) (Houston), Miguel Guzman (6), Rito Romero (2) (Dallas), Sonny Myers (5) (Houston), Buddy Rogers (5), Killer Kowalski, Miguel Guzman (7), Verne Gagne (2), Rito Romero (3) (Houston), Danny McShain (5) (Houston)

1951 – Danny Savich, Danny McShain (6) (Houston), Rito Romero (4) (Dallas), Miguel Guzman (8) (Houston), Wayne Martin, Miguel Guzman (9) (Fort Worth), Duke Keomuka (Houston), Ray Gunkel (Dallas), MIgeul Guzman (10) (Dallas),, Duke Keomuka (2) (Dallas)

1952 – Ray Gunkel (2) (Houston), Duke Keomuka (3) (Houston), Cyclone Ayala , Duke Keomuka (4), 

1953 – Ray Gunkel (3) (Austin) held title, then vacated.

1954 – Bull Curry, Enrique Guzman , Ed Francis, Johnny Valentine, The Shiek, Polo Torres

1955 – Mr. Moto, Pepper Gomez (Houston), Duke Keomuka (5)

1956 – Pepper Gomez (2), Buddy Rogers (6), Pepper Gomez (3) (Houston), Gene Kiniski, Pepper Gomez (4) (Houston), El Medico (Houston).

1957 – Pepper Gomez (5 (Houston), El Medico (2), Pepper Gomez (6) (Houston), Don Leo Jonathan (Houston), 

Ivan the Terrible, El Medico (3 (Houston), Pepper Gomez (7) (Houston), Boris Malenko, Bill Melby.

1958 – Johnny Valentine (2 (Dallas), El Medico (4) (Houston), Pepper Gomez (8) (Houston), El Medico (5) (Houston), 

Dick Steinborn (Houston), Tosh Togo, Pepper Gomez (9),Danny McShain (7) Pepper Gomez (10)

1959 – Joe Christie, Luis Hernandez, Corsica Joe (San Antonio), Nick Kozak

1960 – Pete Managoff, Torbellino Blanco (Houston), Danny McShain (8) (Dallas), Torbellino 

Blanco (2) (Dallas), Duke Keomuka (6) (San Antonio), Torbellino Blanco (3), Don Leo Jonathan (2) (Houston), 

Ciclon Negro, Torbellino Blanco (4)

1961 – Dan Manoukian, Pepper Gomez (11) (Houston/Dallas), Waldo Von Erich, Dory Dixon, 

Sputnik Monroe, Pepe Gonzales, Jack Dalton

1962 – Dory Dixon (2), The Mummy, Art Thomas, El Medico II (Houston)

1963 – Rip Hawk, Sweet Daddy Siki, Art Thomas (1),Bill Watts (Houston), Pepper Gomez 

(12) (Houston), Mark Lewin (Houston), Billy White Wolf, Joe Blanchard (Dallas)

1964 – Antonio Inoki (Houston), Pepper Gomez (13)

1965 – Fritz Von Erich, Ernie Ladd, Fritz Von Erich (2) (Houston)

1966 – Joe Blanchard (2) (Fort Worth)

1967 – Fritz Von Erich (3) (Fort Worth), Buddy Austin, Buddy Moreno, Red Lyons

1968 – The Spoiler, Grizzly Smith, The Spoiler (2), Dan Miller

1969 – Johnny Valentine (3 (Houston), Jose Lothario (San Antonio), Johnny Valentine (4), Wahoo McDaniel, Johnny Valentine (5)

1970 – Wahoo McDaniel (2) (Fort Worth), Johnny Valentine (6) (Dallas), George Scott (Dallas), Johnny Valentine (7)

1971 – Pepper Gomez (14) (Corpus Christi) , Johnny Valentine (8) (San Antonio), Jose Lothario (2) (San Antonio)

1972 – Red Bastien (San Antonio), Stan Stasiak (Irving), Jose Lothario (3) (San Antonio)

1973 – Blackjack Mulligan (Houston), Jose Lothario (4)

1974 – Great Mephisto (Dallas), Red Bastien (2) (Dallas)

1975 – Al Madrill (Houston), John Tolos (San Antonio), Al Madrill (2), Buddy Wolfe

1976 – Rocky Johnson, Seigfreid Steinke (Houston), Rocky Johnson (2)

1977 – Moondog Mayne, Scott Casey, Jimmy Snuka, Ox Baker

1978 – Al Madrill (3), Dale Valentine, Bruiser Brody, David Von Erich (Dallas), Gino 

Hernandez, David Von Erich (2) (Dallas), Gino Hernandez (2)

1979 – David Von Erich (3)(Dallas), Mark Lewin (Fort Worth)

1980 – Gino Hernandez (3), Mark Lewin (3) (Dallas) ,Gino Hernandez (4), David Von Erich (4) (Dallas)

1981 – Killer Tim Brooks (Dallas) , Al Madrill (4)

1982 – Bill Irwin, David Von Erich (5) (Dallas)

1983 – Jimmy Garvin (Dallas), David Von Erich (6) (Fort Worth)

1984 – David Von Erich (7) – vacated when he dies in Tokyo, Gino Hernandez (5)

1985 – Brian Adias (Fort Worth), Gino Hernandez (6), Brian Adias (2), The Grappler (Fort Worth)

1986 – The Grappler (until 2-10)

1987 thru 1997 – Title was vacant

1998 – Rod Price-wins 8-man tournament* 5/1 (Dallas), Brian Adias (3) 7/3 (NRH), Action 

Jackson 7/31 (NRH), Rodney Begnaud 11/27 (NRH)

1999 – Khris Germany 2/5 (NRH), Brian Adias (4) 2/19 (NRH), Steven Dunn 3/26 (NRH) , Kevin 

Northcutt 6/10 (Dallas), Rodney Begnaud (2) 7/29 (Dallas), Kevin Northcutt (2) 9/25 (NRH)

2000 – Cedric Hollywood 2/18 (NRH), Kevin Northcutt (3) 4/8 (Galveston), Mike Fox 4/28 (NRH), 

Rodney Begnaud (3) 5/26 (NRH), Al Jackson 9/22 (NRH), Hotstuff Hernandez 12/1 (NRH)

2001 – Gary Toole 2/2 (NRH), Hotstuff Hernandez (2) 3/16 (NRH), Kevin Northcutt (4) 

5/23 (San Antonio) , Hotstuff Hernandez (3) 8-17 (Refugio), Kevin Northcutt (5) 10/26 (NRH), Mike Anthony 12-14 (NRH)

2002 – JP Black 3/22 (Fort Worth) , Steve DeMarco 6/21 (NRH), J.P. Black (2) 8-1 (NRH), Steve DeMarco (2) 10-26 (Corpus Christi)

2003 – JP Black (3) 5-31 (Pasadena), Al Jackson (2) 9-20 (Greenville)

2004 – Tejas 4/24 (Perry, Ok.)

2005 – Kevin Northcutt (6) 4-16 (Ponca City, Ok.)

2006 – Mark Orton 7-15 (Beaumont), Chaz Taylor 8-11 (Cypress)

2007 – Seth Korbin 7-14 (Cypress), Chaz Taylor (2) 8-10 (Houston), Kevin Northcutt (7) 10-14 (Corpus Christi)

2008 – Chaz Taylor (3) 8-24 (San Antonio), Mike DiBiase 9-6 (Amarillo), Kevin Northcutt (8) 10-4 (Robstown)

2009 – Michael Faith 1-9 (Cypress), Spoiler 2000 3-21 (Livingston), Kevin Northcutt (9) 5-2 (Tyler)

2010 – Ben Galvan 2-26 (Robstown), Chad Thomas 5-22 (Amarillo), Michael Faith 8-14 (2) (Gainesville), Charlie Haas 9-4 (Amarillo)

2011 – Lance Hoyt 1-7 (Robstown)

2012 – Scot Summers 1-13 (Houston)

On December 14, 2012 Jax Dane defeated Scot Summers, Ryan Genesis and Ray Rowe in a four way match to unify the NWA Texas Heavyweight and NWA Lone Star Heavyweight titles.  Summers entered the match the NWA Texas Heavyweight Champion and Genesis entered the ring the NWA Lone Star Heavyweight Champion.  Now that the titles are unified, they will be carry the NWA Lone Star name.