|CWF Mid-Atlantic Heavyweight Championship|
The CWF Mid-Atlantic Heavyweight Championship is a professional wrestling heavyweight championship in Carolina Wrestling Federation Mid-Atlantic (CWF Mid-Atlantic). It was the original heavyweight title of the Carolina Wrestling Federation promotion, later used in the Frontier Wrestling Alliance (2001-2004) and AWA Superstars (2005-2007) as a regional title, officially representing the Mid-Atlantic United States, while it was a member of the respective governing bodies. It was introduced as the CWF Heavyweight Championship in early 2000.
The inaugural champion was David Taylor, who was awarded the title in 2000 to become the first CWF Heavyweight Champion. Ric Converse holds the record for most reigns, with six. At 420 days, Corey Edsel's first reign is the longest in the title's history. Jeff Justice's only reign was the shortest in the history of the title lasting only 9 days. Overall, there have been 21 reigns shared between 15 wrestlers, with one vacancy.
|CWF Heavyweight Championship||2000 — 2001|
|FWA-Carolinas Heavyweight Championship||2001 — 2004|
|AWA/CWF Mid-Atlantic Heavyweight Championship||2005 — 2007|
|CWF Mid-Atlantic Heavyweight Championship||2007 — today|
|#||Order in reign history|
|Reign||The reign number for the specific set of wrestlers listed|
|Event||The event in which the title was won|
|—||Used for vacated reigns so as not to count it as an official reign|
|N/A||The information is not available or is unknown|
|+||Indicates the current reign is changing daily|
|1||David Taylor||1||2000||N/A||N/A||N/A||Taylor was awarded the title and became the inaugural champion.|
|2||Jeff Justice||1||February 22, 2001||9||Myrtle Beach, South Carolina||N/A|
|3||Madd Maxx||1||March 3, 2001||301||Graham, North Carolina||Fallout|
|4||Eddie Brown||1||December 29, 2001||182||Graham, North Carolina||BattleCade|
|5||Otto Schwanz||1||June 29, 2002||126||Graham, North Carolina||Hostile Intentions|||
|6||Corey Edsel||1||November 2, 2002||420||Burlington, North Carolina||The Next Level (2002)|
|7||Ric Converse||1||December 27, 2003||280||Burlington, North Carolina||Live event|||
|8||Corey Edsel||2||October 2, 2004||77||Burlington, North Carolina||Live event||This was a no-countout, no-disqualification, no time limit match|||
|9||Ric Converse||2||December 18, 2004||209||Burlington, North Carolina||Live event|||
|10||Garry Stevens||1||July 15, 2005||155||Burlington, North Carolina||Live event||This was a "King of the Road" match|||
|11||Ric Converse||3||December 17, 2005||179||Burlington, North Carolina||Live event||This was a steel cage match|||
|—||Vacated||—||June 14, 2006||—||N/A||N/A||The championship is vacated when Ric Converse wins the AWA World Heavyweight Championship|||
|12||Rob McBride||1||July 8, 2006||98||Burlington, North Carolina||Live event||Defeated Joey Silvia in a tournament final for the vacated title|
|13||Joey Silvia||1||October 14, 2006||371||Burlington, North Carolina||Live event|
|14||Garry Stevens||2||October 20, 2007||56||Burlington, North Carolina||Live event|
|15||Ric Converse||4||December 15, 2007||189||Burlington, North Carolina||Live event|
|16||Rob McBride||2||June 21, 2008||91||Burlington, North Carolina||CWF Championship Wrestling|
|17||Ric Converse||5||September 20, 2008||91||Burlington, North Carolina||CWF Championship Wrestling|
|18||Brass Munkey||1||December 20, 2008||378||Burlington, North Carolina||Battlecade IX (2008)|
|19||Kamakazi Kid||1||January 2, 2010||133||Burlington, North Carolina||Battlecade X (2010)||This was a three-way dance involving Ric Converse|
|20||Steve Greene||1||May 15, 2010||112||Burlington, North Carolina||1000 Ways to Die! (2010)|
|21||Lee Valiant||1||September 4, 2010||14||Burlington, North Carolina||People's Choice (2010)|
|22||Ric Converse||6||September 18, 2010||91||Burlington, North Carolina||Sound of Thunder (2010)|
|23||Lee Valiant||2||December 18, 2010||182||Burlington, North Carolina||Battlecade XI (2010)|
|24||Xsiris||1||June 18, 2011||203||Burlington, North Carolina||Absolute Justice 5 (2011)||This was a no-disqualification match|||
|25||Adam Page||1||January 7, 2012||119||Burlington, North Carolina||New Years Knockout! (2012)|
|26||Kamakazi Kid||1||May 5, 2012||70||Burlington, North Carolina||The Homecoming (2012)||Kazi survived a 14-man elimination match to win the title|
|27||Ray Kandrack||1||July 14, 2012||168||Gibsonville, North Carolina||Opportunity Knocks (2012)|
|28||Arik Royal||1||December 29, 2012||560||Gibsonville, North Carolina||Battlecade 13 (2012)|
|29||Roy Wilkins||1||July 12, 2014||168||Opportunity Knocks (2014)|
|30||Brad Attitude||1||December 27, 2014||238||BattleCade (2014)||This was a no disqualification match|
|31||Marcellus King||1||August 22, 2015||91||CWF Worldwide #16||King cashed in his Golden Ticket|
|32||Brad Attitude||2||November 21, 2015||35||OMEGA Loco in Joco 3||This was a Four-way match that also involved Chet Sterling and Roy Wilkins|
|33||Roy Wilkins||2||December 26, 2015||63||Battlecade XVI (2105)||This was a Six-way match that also involved Trevor Lee, John Skyler, Chet Sterling, and Lance Lude|
|34||Trevor Lee||1||February 27, 2016||1,085||Gibsonville, North Carolina||End of an Era 2016||This was a No Time Limit No Disqualification No Count Out Match|
|—||Vacated||—||February 16, 2019||—||Gibsonville, North Carolina||End of an Era 2019||Vacated after Lee signed with WWE|
|35||Arik Royal||2||August 24, 2019||28||Gibsonville, North Carolina||Johnny Weaver Memorial Tournament 2019 Finals||Defeated Roy Wilkins in a tournament final for the vacated title|
|36||Adrian Jackson||1||September 21, 2019||55+||Gibsonville, North Carolina||Gold Rush (2019)|
List of combined reigns
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- "CWF/FWA-Carolinas Live Report". Reports. USA Indy Wrestling. June 2002. Retrieved December 11, 2011.
- Converse, Ric (2010). "The Championship Runs". All About "The 1st". RicConverse.com. Retrieved December 11, 2011.
- "Ric Converse". Wrestler Profiles. OnlineWorldofWrestling.com. 2007. Retrieved December 11, 2011.
- "CWF ABSOLUTE JUSTICE 5 Crowns Xsiris New CWF Mid Atlantic Heavyweight Champion and MORE!". CWF Mid Atlantic Report. IndyInsiders.com. June 18, 2011. Retrieved December 11, 2011.