|New York State Athletic Commission World Heavyweight Championship|
|Promotion||New York State Athletic Commission|
The NYSAC World Heavyweight Championship was a professional wrestling world heavyweight championship owned and promoted by the New York State Athletic Commission. The title existed from 1929 through 1934.
|No.||Overall reign number|
|Reign||Reign number for the specific champion|
|Days||Number of days held|
|No.||Champion||Championship change||Reign statistics||Notes||Ref.|
|1||Dick Shikat||August 23, 1929||live event||Philadelphia, Pennsylvania||1||287||Defeated Jim Londos in a tournament final, after the Athletic Commissions in New York stripped Gus Sonnenberg of the World Title in July 1929, for failing to meet "real" contenders.|||
|2||Jim Londos||June 6, 1930||live event||Philadelphia, Pennsylvania||1||847|||
|—||Vacated||September 30, 1932||—||—||—||—||Stripped of the title for refusing to defend against the winner of Ed "Strangler" Lewis vs. Dick Shikat|||
|3||Ed Lewis||October 10, 1932||live event||New York City, New York||1||133||Defeated Jack Sherry to win the vacant title.|||
|4||Jim Browning||February 20, 1933||live event||New York City, New York||1||490|||
|5||Jim Londos||June 25, 1934||live event||New York City, New York||2||367||Also won the National Wrestling Association's World Heavyweight Championship in June, 1930 and unified both titles.|||
|6||Danno O'Mahoney||June 27, 1935||live event||Boston, Massachusetts||1||249||Unified title with the Boston version of the AWA World Heavyweight Championship|||
|7||Dick Shikat||March 2, 1936||live event||New York City, New York||2||53||Does not win the AWA World Heavyweight Championship|||
|8||Ali Baba||April 24, 1936||live event||Detroit, Michigan||1||49|||
|9||Dave Levin||June 12, 1936||live event||Newark, New Jersey||1||108||Won by disqualification; recognized by The Ring magazine as the "true world champion". Ali Baba continues to claim the title but loses to Everette Marshall on June 26, 1936 in Columbus, Ohio Levin also wins Los Angeles version, defeating Vincent Lopez on August 19, 1936 in Los Angeles.|||
|10||Dean Detton||September 28, 1936||live event||Philadelphia, Pennsylvania||1||274||Recognized by The Ring magazine as the "true world champion". Detton also defeated Ed "Strangler" Lewis in a title tournament final earlier in the year in Philadelphia|||
|11||Bronko Nagurski||June 29, 1937||live event||Minneapolis, Minnesota||1||507||Recognized by The Ring magazine as the "true world champion".|||
|12||Jim Londos||November 18, 1938||live event||Philadelphia, Pennsylvania||3||2,601||Recognized by The Ring magazine as the "true world champion" until Londos Retired in 1946|||
- "New York State Athletic Comission World Heavyweight Championship". The Pro Wrestling Historical Society. Retrieved September 15, 2018.
- "World Heavyweight Title [New York State Athletic Commission]". wrestling-titles.com. Retrieved September 15, 2018.