Jersey All-Pro Wrestling
Heavyweight Title Holders
Champions
Date
Circumstances
Joe Rules
October 31st, 1997
Rules became the first-ever JAPW Heavyweight Champion by winning a Battle Royal, last eliminating Pitbull #2.
Pitbull #2
October 31st, 1997
Pitbull #2 was later stripped of the championship on December 5th, 1997, due to injuries.
911
December 5th, 1997
911 became the new champion by defeating Patch in a singles match.
Don Montoya
August 25th, 1998
 
Lou Diamond
February 26th, 1999
Diamond tried to give the belt to 911 the same night he won it, which caused the championship to be vacated.
Lou Diamond(2nd)
March 12th, 1999
Diamond regained the championship by winning a twenty-man Battle Royal Match.
Homicide
July 9th, 1999
 
Chino Martinez
August 29th, 1999
 
Lou Diamond(3rd)
October 29th, 1999
Diamond was later stripped of the championship on May 5th, 2000, for unknown reasons.
Jason Knight
July 14th, 2000
Jason became the new champion by winning a 30-man battle royal. Jason later vacated the championship on November 18th, 2000, when he left the promotion.
Homicide(2nd)
November 18th, 2000
Homicide became the new champion by defeating Jay Lover in a singles match.
Low Ki
July 7th, 2001
 
Homicide(3rd)
August 18th, 2001
Homicide became the champion by winning a "Three-Way" Match over Low-Ki and Xavier.
Dixie
February 2nd, 2002
Dixie defeated Homicide and Insane Dragon to unify the JAPW Heavyweight Title, the JAPW New Jersey State Heavyweight Title, and the JAPW Light Heavyweight Title.
Homicide(4th)
May 26th, 2002
 
Slyk Wagner Brown
September 13th, 2002
 
Homicide(5th)
September 20th, 2002
 
Mafia
February 22nd, 2003
 
Al Snow
August 2nd, 2003
 
Jerry Lawler
November 8th, 2003
 
Danny Maff
December 13th, 2003
Maff vacated the championship on March 26th, 2005, due to Maff retiring from wrestling.
Homicide(6th)
March 26th, 2005
Homicide became the new champion by defeating Jay Lethal in a singles match.
Jay Lethal
May 21st, 2005
Lethal became the champion by winning a "Four Way" Match over Kevin Steen, Homicide, and Samoa Joe.
Rhino
January 7th, 2006
Rhino was forced to vacate the championship on October 28th, 2006, due to no-showing an event.
Teddy Hart
October 28th, 2006
Hart became the champion by winning a "Four Way" Match over Necro Butcher, Homicide, and Low Ki. The title was vacated on March 17th, 2007, when the JAPW fired Hart from the promotion.
Low Ki(2nd)
March 17th, 2007
Low Ki became the new champion by defeating Rhino in the finals of a "Gauntlet" Match.
Homicide(7th)
October 27th, 2007
 
Low Ki(3rd)
October 27th, 2007
Low Ki regained his title by winning a tag-team match where the championship was only on the line if Homicide was pinned. Low Ki got the pin and the championship.
Kenny Omega
March 8th, 2008
 
Jay Lethal(2nd)
February 28th, 2009
 
Danny Maff(3rd)
June 27th, 2009
 
Brodie Lee
November 20th, 2010
Lee became the champion by winning a "Four-Way" Match over Nick Gage, Dan Maff, and Azrieal. The title was vacated on December 30th, 2011.