|NWA Pacific Northwest Television Championship|
The current NWA Pacific Northwest Television championship belt, reintroduced in NWA Blue Collar Wrestling in January 10th 2015.
|Promotion||Pacific Northwest Wrestling (1987-1990)|
NWA Blue Collar Wrestling (2015-current)
|Date established||November 21, 1987|
|Current champion(s)||Zack Winters|
|Date won||April 2, 2017|
The NWA Pacific Northwest Television Championship was a professional wrestling championship sanctioned by the National Wrestling Alliance and defended in its member promotion Pacific Northwest Wrestling. It served as PNW's second-tier title, lasting from 1987 through 1990. As of March 2015, the championship was reactivated when Blue Collar Wrestling became the NWA's new Portland affiliate.
|No.||Overall reign number|
|Reign||Reign number for the specific champion|
|Days||Number of days held|
|<1||Reign lasted less than a day|
|+||Current reign is changing daily|
|No.||Champion||Championship change||Reign statistics||Notes||Ref.|
|1||Art Barr||November 21, 1987||House show||Portland, Oregon||1||35||Won a nine-man battle royal to become the first champion.|||
|2||Abbuda Dein||December 26, 1987||House show||Portland, Oregon||1||<1|||
|3||The Assassin||December 26, 1987||House show||Portland, Oregon||1||35|||
|—||Vacated||January 30, 1988||—||—||—||—||Title vacated for undocumented reasons|||
|4||Colonel DeBeers||August 16, 1988||House show||Portland, Oregon||1||[Note 1]||Defeated Steve Doll in a tournament final to win the vacant title.|||
|—||Vacated||September 1988||—||—||—||—||Title vacated when DeBeers failed to defend it in 30 days.|||
|5||Al Madril||October 9, 1988||House show||Finley, Washington||1||20||Won a tournament to win the vacant title.|||
|6||Top Gun||October 29, 1988||House show||Portland, Oregon||2||77||Previously held the championship under the name "The Assassin"|||
|7||Abbuda Dein||January 14, 1989||House show||Portland, Oregon||2||14|||
|8||Carl Styles||January 28, 1989||House show||Portland, Oregon||2||77|||
|—||Vacated||April 15, 1989||—||—||—||—||Title vacated when Styles is injured.|||
|9||Al Madril||October 14, 1989||House show||Portland, Oregon||2||42||Won a tournament to win the vacant title.|||
|10||Rex King||November 25, 1989||House show||Portland, Oregon||1||61|||
|11||Al Madril||January 25, 1990||House show||Salem, Oregon||3||30|||
|12||Ricky Santana||February 24, 1990||House show||Portland, Oregon||1||21|||
|13||Scotty the Body||March 17, 1990||House show||Portland, Oregon||1||198|||
|—||Deactivated||October 1, 1990||—||—||—||—||Title abandoned by PNW|||
|14||Buddy Highway||January 10, 2015||House show||Portland, Oregon||1||176||Awarded reactivated title when Blue Collar Wrestling joins the NWA.|
|15||Keith Atkins||July 5, 2015||House show||Portland, Oregon||1||56|
|16||Lonestar||August 30, 2015||House show||Portland, Oregon||1||364|
|17||Jameson Moonshine||August 28, 2016||House show||Portland, Oregon||1||112|
|18||Lance Dean||December 18, 2016||House show||Portland, Oregon||1||49|
|19||Ares Toretto||February 5, 2017||House show||Portland, Oregon||1||56|
|20||Zack Winters||April 2, 2017||House show||Portland, Oregon||1||1,297+|
- The exact date Col. DeBeers was stripped of the championship is uncertain, which puts the title reign at between 16 and 45 days.
- Royal Duncan & Gary Will (2006). "(Oregon) Portland: Pacific Northwest Television Title [Don Owens]". Wrestling Title Histories (4th ed.). Archeus Communications. ISBN 0-9698161-5-4.
- Hoops, Brian (January 14, 2019). "Pro wrestling history (01/14): Christian wins NWA World Title". Wrestling Observer Figure Four Online. Retrieved January 18, 2019.