|CWF Mid-Atlantic Television Championship|
|Current champion(s)||Aaron Biggs|
|Date won||December 29, 2018|
CWF Cruiserweight Championship
FWA-Carolinas Cruiserweight Championship
AWA/CWF Mid-Atlantic Television Championship
The CWF Mid-Atlantic Television Championship is a professional wrestling main championship in Carolina Wrestling Federation Mid-Atlantic (CWF Mid-Atlantic). It was the original cruiserweight 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 remained active until November 2003 when the CWF reclassified the title as a television championship.
The inaugural champion was The Gemini Kid, who was awarded the title in 2000 to become the first CWF Cruiserweight Champion. Lee Valiant holds the record for most reigns, with three. At 393 days, Mikael Yamaha's first reign is the longest in the title's history. Valiant's first reign was the shortest in the history of the title lasting only 7 days. Overall, there have been 25 reigns shared between 21 wrestlers, with one vacancy.
|#||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|
|CWF Cruiserweight Championship||2000 — 2001|
|FWA-Carolinas Cruiserweight Championship||2001 — 2003|
|FWA-Carolinas Television Championship||2003 — 2004|
|AWA/CWF Mid-Atlantic Television Championship||2006 — 2007|
|CWF Mid-Atlantic Television Championship||2007 —|
As of November 15, 2019.
|1||Gemini Kid||1||2000||N/A||N/A||Live event||Gemini Kid is awarded the title to become the first CWF Heavyweight Champion.|
|2||Mikael Yamaha||1||January 26, 2001||393||Wilson, North Carolina||Live event||In February 2001, the title is renamed the FWA-Carolinas Cruiserweight Championship when CWF Mid-Atlantic became an official affiliate promotion for the Frontier Wrestling Alliance.|
|3||Sexton Tyler||1||February 23, 2002||147||Graham, North Carolina||Heartbreak (2002)|||
|4||Ric Converse||1||July 20, 2002||231||Graham, North Carolina||Payback (2002)|||
|5||J-Money||1||March 8, 2003||245||Burlington, North Carolina||CWF Championship Wrestling||This was the first-ever television episode of CWF Championship Wrestling.|
|6||Xsiris||1||November 8, 2003||161||Burlington, North Carolina||Live event||In November 2003, the title was renamed the FWA-Carolinas Television Championship.|
|7||GeeStar||1||April 17, 2004||70||Burlington, North Carolina||Live event|
|8||Mikael Yamaha||2||June 26, 2004||196||Burlington, North Carolina||Live event|
|9||Jesse Ortega||1||January 8, 2005||188||Burlington, North Carolina||Live event|
|10||Mitch Connor||1||September 17, 2005||112||Burlington, North Carolina||Live event|
|11||Rob McBride||1||January 7, 2006||133||Burlington, North Carolina||Live event|
|12||Michael McAllister||1||May 20, 2006||70||Burlington, North Carolina||Live event|
|13||Brass Munkey||1||July 29, 2006||154||Burlington, North Carolina||CWF Championship Wrestling|
|14||Steve Greene||1||December 30, 2006||168||Burlington, North Carolina||Battlecade VII (2006)|
|15||Lee Valiant||1||June 16, 2007||7||Burlington, North Carolina||Absolute Justice (2007)||Valiant pinned Steve Greene in a 4-corner tag team match in which the title was on the line.|
|16||Steve Greene||2||June 23, 2007||329||Greensboro, North Carolina||CWF Mid-Atlantic Street Fight Challenge (2007)||Steve Greene and AWA Mid Atlantic Heavyweight Champion Joey Silvia defeated the Neon Lions (Lee Valiant and Chris Collins) in a 3-way "Everything To Lose" tag team match also involving Fatback Enterprises (Donnie Dollar$ and Mitch Connor). Greene gained the pinfall over Valiant to win the championship.|
|17||Tank Lawson||1||May 17, 2008||112||Burlington, North Carolina||Revelation (2008)|
|18||Marcellus King||1||September 6, 2008||133||Burlington, North Carolina||Sumner Civitans SuperBrawl III (2008)|
|19||Lee Valiant||2||January 17, 2009||273||Burlington, North Carolina||Night of Challenges (2009)|
|20||Joey Silva||1||October 17, 2009||77||Burlington, North Carolina||CWF Rumble (2009)|
|21||Lee Valiant||3||January 2, 2010||14||Burlington, North Carolina||Battlecade X (2010)||This was a no-disqualification match.|
|—||Vacated||—||January 16, 2010||—||Burlington, North Carolina||New Years Knockout! (2010)||The championship is vacated Lee Valiant is no longer able to defend the title due to a head injury.|
|22||Roy Wilkins||1||February 6, 2010||133||Burlington, North Carolina||Title Turmoil (2010)||Wilkins defeated Arik Royal to win the vacant title after both were the last two remaining in a contender's battle royal.|
|23||Arik Royal||1||June 19, 2010||182||Burlington, North Carolina||Absolute Justice IV (2010)|
|24||Ray Kandrack||1||December 18, 2010||362||Burlington, North Carolina||Battlecade XI (2010)|
|25||Donnie Dollar$||1||December 15, 2011||282||Burlington, North Carolina||Battlecade 12 (2011)|
|26||Trevor Lee||1||September 22, 2012||252||Gibsonville, North Carolina||Converse vs. King (2012)|
|27||Matty de Nero||1||January 6, 2013||140||Gibsonville, North Carolina||Can't Hardly Wait|
|28||Chase Dakota||1||October 19, 2013||145||Gibsonville, North Carolina||Fallout|
|29||Mark James||1||March 13, 2014||51||Gibsonville, North Carolina|
|30||Manny Garcia||1||May 3, 2014||217||Gibsonville, North Carolina||Explosive Elements)|
|31||Chris Lea||1||December 6, 2014||21||Gibsonville, North Carolina||Road To Battlecade XV|
|32||Manny Garcia||2||December 27, 2014||84||Gibsonville, North Carolina||Battlecade XV)|
|33||Chet Sterling||1||March 21, 2015||231||Gibsonville, North Carolina||Madness In Any Direction||Sterling and Trevor Lee defeated Manny Garcia and Ethan Sharpe. Sterling and Lee's CWF Mid-Atlantic Tag Team Championship was also on the line.|
|34||Cedric Alexander||1||November 7, 2015||49||Gibsonville, North Carolina||Fallout 2015|
|35||Smith Garrett||1||December 26, 2015||175||Gibsonville, North Carolina||Battlecade XVI)|
|36||Aric Andrews||1||June 18, 2016||483||Gibsonville, North Carolina||Absolute Justice||This was a 3 Way Dance also including Chet Sterling|
|37||Jesse Adler||1||October 14, 2017||77||Gibsonville, North Carolina||17th Anual Rumble|
|38||Arik Royal||2||December 30, 2017||14||Gibsonville, North Carolina||Battlecade X8|
|39||Shane Helms||1||January 13, 2018||119||Gibsonville, North Carolina||New Year's Knockout)|
|40||Aric Andrews||2||May 12, 2018||175||Gibsonville, North Carolina||Our House|
|41||Trevor Lee||2||June 30, 2018||126||Gibsonville, North Carolina||Freedom Of Expression|
|39||Otto Schwanz||1||November 3, 2018||56||Gibsonville, North Carolina||Invincible|
|40||Aaron Biggs||1||December 29, 2018||321||Gibsonville, North Carolina||Battlecade XIX|
List of combined reigns
|<1||Indicates that the reign lasted less than one day.|
|Rank[N 1]||Wrestler||# of reigns||Combined days|
- Each reign is ranked highest to lowest; reigns with the same number mean that they are tied for that certain rank.
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