List of WWE Cruiserweight Champions (1996–2007)

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Youngest and final champion Hornswoggle

The WWE Cruiserweight Championship was a professional wrestling championship in World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) and was originally a World Championship Wrestling (WCW) title. It was challenged by cruiserweights at a maximum weight of 225 lbs. During the WWE brand extension, it was the only title to be exclusive to the SmackDown! brand during its entire tenure. There were a total of 36 recognized champions who had a combined 34 official reigns.[1] This is a chronological list of wrestlers that held the original WWE Cruiserweight Championship, listed by ring name, with the longest reign being 385 days by Gregory Helms (as well as being the only person to hold this championship for 365 days or more), and the most reigns by Rey Mysterio with 8.

After WCW was purchased by WWE, the inaugural champion was retroactively changed from Shinjiro Otani to Brian Pillman, as WWE recognizes the former WCW Light Heavyweight Championship as part of the original lineage of the Cruiserweight Championship.

Reigns

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Names

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Name Years
WCW Cruiserweight Championship March 20, 1996 – November 18, 2001
WWF Cruiserweight Championship November 18, 2001 – May 6, 2002
WWE Cruiserweight Championship May 6, 2002 – September 25, 2007

Reigns

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Key
No. Overall reign number
Reign Reign number for the specific champion
Days Number of days held
Days recog. Number of days held recognized by the promotion
Championship change is unrecognized by the promotion
<1 Reign lasted less than a day
No. Champion Championship change Reign statistics Notes Ref.
Date Event Location Reign Days Days recog.
World Championship Wrestling (WCW)
 1 Shinjiro Otani March 20, 1996 Hyper Battle 1996 Nagoya, Japan 1 43 42 Otani defeated Wild Pegasus in tournament final to determine the first WCW Cruiserweight Champion.
This was a New Japan Pro-Wrestling event.
[2][3]
2 Dean Malenko May 2, 1996 WorldWide Lake Buena Vista, FL 1  67 66 Aired on May 18 on tape delay. [4][5]
3 Rey Mysterio Jr. July 8, 1996 Monday Nitro Lake Buena Vista, FL 1 111 110 [6]
4 Dean Malenko October 27, 1996 Halloween Havoc Las Vegas, NV 2 63 62 [4][7]
5 Último Dragón December 29, 1996 Starrcade Nashville, TN 1 23 24 This match was also for Dragon's J-Crown. [4][8]
6 Dean Malenko January 21, 1997 Clash of the Champions XXXIV Milwaukee, WI 3 33 32 [4]
7   Syxx  February 23, 1997  SuperBrawl VII Daly City, CA  1  125  124 [9][10]
8 Chris Jericho June 28, 1997 Saturday Nitro[5] Inglewood, CA 1 30 29 Jericho won the match at a house show that was broadcast over the Internet as Saturday Nitro. [4][5]
9 Alex Wright July 28, 1997 Monday Nitro Charleston, WV 1 15 18 WWE recognizes Wright's reign as ending on August 16, 1997, when the episode aired on tape delay. [4][11]
10 Chris Jericho August 12, 1997 Saturday Night Colorado Springs, CO 2 29 28 WWE recognizes Jericho's reign as beginning on August 16, 1997, when the episode aired on tape delay. [4]
11 Eddie Guerrero September 14, 1997 Fall Brawl Winston-Salem, NC 1 42 41 [12]
12 Rey Mysterio Jr. October 26, 1997 Halloween Havoc Las Vegas, NV 2 15 14 This was a Mask vs. Title match. [4][13]
13 Eddie Guerrero November 10, 1997 Monday Nitro Memphis, TN 2 49 48 [4][11]
14 Último Dragón December 29, 1997 Monday Nitro Baltimore, MD 2 10 9 [4][11]
15 Juventud Guerrera January 8, 1998 Thunder Daytona Beach, FL 1 7 6 [4][14]
16 Rey Mysterio Jr. January 15, 1998 Thunder Lakeland, FL 3 9 8 [4][14]
17 Chris Jericho January 24, 1998 Souled Out Dayton, OH 3 113 143 [15]
18 Dean Malenko May 17, 1998 Slamboree Worcester, MA 4 25 26 Malenko won a battle royal earlier in the night, wearing a mask as Ciclope, to earn a title shot. [16]
Vacated June 11, 1998 Thunder Buffalo, NY The championship was vacated due to Dean Malenko not earning the title shot as himself. [1][16]
19 Chris Jericho June 14, 1998 The Great American Bash Baltimore, MD 4 55 55 Jericho defeated Dean Malenko by disqualification.[17] On July 12 at Bash at the Beach, Rey Misterio Jr. defeated Jericho for the title due to interference from Malenko; Jericho was returned the title the following night.
WWE recognizes Jericho's reign as lasting 56 days.
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20 Juventud Guerrera August 8, 1998 Road Wild Sturgis, SD 2 37 36 Dean Malenko was the special guest referee. [4][18]
21 Billy Kidman September 14, 1998 Monday Nitro Greenville, SC 1 63 62 [4][19]
22 Juventud Guerrera November 16, 1998 Monday Nitro Wichita, KS 3 6 5 [4][19]
23 Billy Kidman November 22, 1998 World War 3 Auburn Hills, MI 2 113 112 [4][20]
24 Rey Mysterio Jr. March 15, 1999 Monday Nitro Cincinnati, OH 4 35 34 [4][21]
25 Psychosis April 19, 1999 Monday Nitro Gainesville, FL 1 7 6 This was a four-way match also involving Blitzkrieg and Juventud Guerrera. [4][21]
26 Rey Mysterio Jr. April 26, 1999 Monday Nitro Fargo, ND 5 115 114 [4][21]
27 Lenny Lane August 19, 1999 Thunder Lubbock, TX 1 46 45 [22][23]
Vacated October 4, 1999 The championship was vacated due to Lenny Lane being stripped of the title after Turner Broadcasting did not approve of the publicity garnered through Lane's homosexual gimmick.[24] [22]
28 Psychosis October 4, 1999 Monday Nitro Kansas City, MO 2 <1 <1 Psychosis was awarded the title after the West Hollywood Blonde's angle was dropped.[25] [21][22]
29 Disco Inferno October 4, 1999 Monday Nitro Kansas City, MO 1 48 49 [21][26]
30 Evan Karagias November 21, 1999 Mayhem Toronto, ON, Canada 1 28 27 [4][27]
31   Madusa December 19, 1999 Starrcade Washington, D.C. 1 28 27 Became the first female Cruiserweight Champion. [28]
32 Oklahoma January 16, 2000 Souled Out Cincinnati, OH 1 2 1 [4][29]
Vacated January 18, 2000 Thunder Evansville, IN The championship was vacated due to Oklahoma exceeding the weight limit. Aired on January 19 on tape delay. [1][30]
33 The Artist February 20, 2000 SuperBrawl 2000 Daly City, CA 1 39 38 The Artist defeated Lash LeRoux in a tournament final to win the vacant championship. [4][31][32]
34 Billy Kidman March 30, 2000 House show Baltimore, MD 3 1 <1 [4]
35 The Artist March 31, 2000 House show Pittsburgh, PA  2 10 9 [33]
Vacated April 10, 2000 Monday Nitro Denver ,CO The championship was vacated by Eric Bischoff and Vince Russo, along with all other WCW titles. [1][33]
36 Chris Candido April 16, 2000 Spring Stampede Chicago, IL 1 29 28 Candido defeated The Artist, Juventud Guerrera, Shannon Moore, Lash LeRoux and Crowbar in a six-way match to win the vacant championship. [34]
37 Crowbar and Daffney May 15, 2000 Monday Nitro Biloxi, MS 1 7 6 Crowbar and Daffney defeated Chris Candido and Tammy Lynn Sytch in a mixed tag team match to become co-champions. [35][36]
38 Daffney May 22, 2000 Monday Nitro Grand Rapids, MI 1 15 14 Daffney defeated Crowbar to become undisputed champion and second female to win the title. [35][36]
39 Lieutenant Loco June 6, 2000 Thunder Knoxville, TN 1 55 54 This was a three-way match also involving Disco Inferno. Aired on June 7 on tape delay. [1]
40 Lance Storm July 31, 2000 Monday Nitro Cincinnati ,OH 1 14 13 [4][36]
41 Elix Skipper August 14, 2000 Monday Nitro Kelowna, BC, Canada 1 49 48 Skipper was awarded the title by his Team Canada partner Lance Storm, who called it the "101 KG and Under Championship". [37]
42 Mike Sanders October 2, 2000 Monday Nitro Daly City, CA 1 63 62 Sanders and Kevin Nash defeated Skipper in a Handicap Powerbomb match. [4][36][38]
43 Chavo Guerrero Jr. December 4, 2000 Thunder Lincoln, NE 2 104 103 Formerly known as Lieutenant Loco.
Aired on December 6 on tape delay.
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44 Shane Helms March 18, 2001 Greed Jacksonville, FL 1 107 109 WCW was purchased by the World Wrestling Federation later that month.
WWE recognizes Helms' reign as ending on July 5, 2001, when the episode aired on tape delay.
[4][39]
World Wrestling Federation (WWF)
45 Billy Kidman July 3, 2001 SmackDown! Tacoma, WA 4 27 24 This was the first title change in the WWF.
WWE recognizes Kidman's reign as beginning on July 5, 2001, when the episode aired on tape delay.
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46 X-Pac July 30, 2001 Raw is War Philadelphia, PA 2 71 73 Formerly known as Syxx.
X-Pac's WWF Light Heavyweight Championship was also on the line.
WWE recognizes X-Pac's reign as ending on October 11, 2001, when the episode aired on tape delay.
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47 Billy Kidman October 9, 2001 SmackDown! Moline, IL 5 13 11 WWE recognizes Kidman's reign as beginning on October 11, 2001, when the episode aired on tape delay. [42]
48 Tajiri October 22, 2001 Raw Kansas City, MO 1 162 163 The title became the WWF Cruiserweight Championship when the WWF defeated The Alliance at Survivor Series on November 18 and replaced the WWF Light Heavyweight Championship. The title became exclusive to SmackDown! on March 25, 2002. [43]
World Wrestling Federation: SmackDown
49 Billy Kidman April 2, 2002 SmackDown! Rochester, NY 6 19 16 WWE recognizes Kidman's reign as beginning on April 4, 2002, when the episode aired on tape delay. [44]
50 Tajiri April 21, 2002 Backlash Kansas City, MO 2 23 24 The title became the WWE Cruiserweight Championship on May 5 when the WWF became World Wrestling Entertainment. [45]
World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE): SmackDown
51 The Hurricane May 14, 2002 SmackDown! Montreal, QC, Canada 2 40 38 Formerly known as Shane Helms.
This was a triple threat match, also involving Billy Kidman.
WWE recognizes his reign as beginning on May 16, 2002, when the episode aired on tape delay.
[46]
52 Jamie Noble June 23, 2002 King of the Ring Columbus, OH 1 147 146 [47]
53 Billy Kidman November 17, 2002 Survivor Series New York, NY 7 98 97 [48]
54 Matt Hardy February 23, 2003  No Way Out Montreal, QC, Canada 1 100 101 [49]
55 Rey Mysterio June 3, 2003 SmackDown! Anaheim, CA 6 112 111 Formerly known as Rey Mysterio Jr.
Aired on June 5 on tape delay.
[50]
56 Tajiri September 23, 2003 SmackDown! Philadelphia, PA 3 98 95 WWE recognizes his reign as beginning on September 25, 2003, when the episode aired on tape delay. [51]
57 Rey Mysterio December 30, 2003 SmackDown! Laredo, TX 7 47 44 WWE recognizes Mysterio's reign as beginning on January 1, 2004, when the episode aired on tape delay. [52]
58 Chavo Guerrero February 15, 2004 No Way Out Daly City, CA 3 79 80 Formerly known as Chavo Guerrero Jr. [53]
59 Jacqueline May 4, 2004 SmackDown! Tucson, AZ 1 12 9 Jacqueline answered an open challenge; became the third female to win the title.
WWE recognizes her reign as beginning on May 6, 2004, when the episode aired on tape delay.
[54]
60 Chavo Guerrero May 16, 2004 Judgment Day Los Angeles, CA 4 2 3 Guerrero won the championship with one hand tied behind his back, though his father Chavo Classic untied it during the match. [55]
61 Chavo Classic  May 18, 2004 SmackDown! Las Vegas, NV 1 28 27 This was a triple threat match also involving Spike Dudley. Aired on May 20 on tape delay. [56]
62 Rey Mysterio June 15, 2004 SmackDown! Chicago, IL 8 42 41 Aired on June 17 on tape delay. [57]
63 Spike Dudley July 27, 2004 SmackDown! Cincinnati, OH 1 138 135 WWE recognizes Dudley's reign as beginning on July 29, 2004, when the episode aired on tape delay. [58]
64 Funaki December 12, 2004 Armageddon Atlanta, GA 1 70 69 [59]
65  Chavo Guerrero February 20, 2005 No Way Out Pittsburgh, PA 5 37 38 This was a six-man Cruiserweight Open, also involving Akio, Spike Dudley, Shannon Moore and Paul London, who Chavo last eliminating. [60]
66 Paul London March 29, 2005 SmackDown! Houston, TX 1 126 127 This was an eight-man battle royal, last eliminating Billy Kidman. Aired on March 31 on tape delay.
WWE recognizes London's reign as beginning on October 11, 2001, when the episode aired on tape delay.
[61]
67 Nunzio August 2, 2005 Velocity Bridgeport, CT 1 68 64 WWE recognizes Nunzio's reign as beginning on August 6, 2005, when the episode aired on tape delay. [62]
68 Juventud October 9, 2005 No Mercy Houston, TX 4 37 36 Formerly known as Juventud Guerrera. [63]
69 Nunzio November 15, 2005 House show Rome, Italy 2 7 9 [64]
70 Juventud November 22, 2005 SmackDown! Sheffield, England 5 26 22 WWE recognizes his reign as beginning on November 25, 2005, when the episode aired on tape delay. [1][65]
71 Kid Kash December 18, 2005 Armageddon Providence, RI 1 42 41 [66]
72 Gregory Helms January 29, 2006 Royal Rumble Miami, FL 3 385 384 Formerly known as The Hurricane.
This was a six-man Cruiserweight Open also involving Jamie Noble, Nunzio, Paul London, and Funaki, who Helms pinned. Helms, who was on the Raw roster at that time, moved to SmackDown! after winning the championship.
[67]
73 Chavo Guerrero February 18, 2007 No Way Out Los Angeles, CA 6 154 153 This was an 8-man Cruiserweight Open, also involving Daivari, Shannon Moore, Funaki, Jamie Noble, Scotty 2 Hotty and Jimmy Wang Yang, who Guerrero last eliminated. [68]
74 Hornswoggle July 22, 2007 The Great American Bash San Jose, CA 1 65 68 This was a six-man Cruiserweight Open also involving Jimmy Wang Yang, Shannon Moore, Funaki and Jamie Noble, who Hornswoggle pinned.
WWE recognizes his reign as ending on September 28, 2007, when the following episode aired on tape delay.
[69]
Deactivated September 25, 2007 SmackDown! Indianapolis, IN The championship was vacated on the September 25, 2007 edition of SmackDown! (aired September 28 on tape delay) by acting General Manager Vickie Guerrero, citing that Hornswoggle's status as Mr. McMahon's son and his diminutive stature would eventually jeopardize his well-being. The title was then retired without an official announcement. A new WWE Cruiserweight Championship was introduced in September 2016, but despite originally sharing a name with this title, it did not share its lineage.

Combined reigns

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Record eight-time champion Rey Mysterio
Helms has the longest reign in WWE Cruiserweight Championship history, holding the championship for 13 consecutive months in 2006 and 2007.
Rank Champion No. of reigns Combined days Combined days
recognized by WWE
1 Gregory Helms/Hurricane Helms/Shane Helms 3 532 529
2 Rey Mysterio/Rey Mysterio Jr. 8 486 476
3 Chavo Guerrero/Chavo Guerrero Jr./Lieutenant Loco 6 431
4 Billy Kidman 7 334 321
5 Tajiri 3 283 284
6 Chris Jericho 4 231 255
7 Syxx/X-Pac 2 196 195
8 Dean Malenko 4 188 185
9 Jamie Noble 1 147 146
10 Spike Dudley 1 138 135
11 Paul London 1 126 127
12 Juventud/Juventud Guerrera 5 113 105
13 Matt Hardy 1 100 101
14 Eddie Guerrero 2 91 89
15 Nunzio 2 75 72
16 Funaki 1 70 69
17 Hornswoggle 65 68
18 Mike Sanders 63 62
19 Elix Skipper 49 48
The Artist 2 49 47
21 Disco Inferno 1 48
22 Lenny Lane 46 45
23 Shinjiro Otani 43 42
24 Kid Kash 42 41
25 Último Dragón 2 33 32
26 Chris Candido 1 29 28
27 Evan Karagias 28 27
Madusa 28 27
Chavo Classic 28 27
30 Daffney 22 20
31 Alex Wright 15 18
32 Lance Storm 14 13
33 Jacqueline 12 9
34 Crowbar 7 6
Psychosis 2 7 6
36 Oklahoma 1 2 1

See also

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