World Cruiserweight Title
Name Date won Days Location Notes Held
NOTE: WWA Light Heavyweight and WWA Cruiserweight titles lineages are merged  
Masanobu Fuchi 3/1/88   Tokyo, Japan defeats Scott Armstrong in tournament final to merge the LWF Lightweight Title and crown the first WWA World Light Heavyweight Champion  
Joe Malenko 1/20/89   Fukuoka, Japan    
Mighty Inoue 1/25/89   Osaka, Japan    
Masanobu Fuchi [2] 3/3/89   Tokyo, Japan   2
Shin'ichi Nakano 4/16/89   Tokyo, Japan   1
Mitsuo Momota 6/20/89   Osaka, Japan   1
Joe Malenko [2] 7/1/89   Ohmiya, Japan   2    
Masanobu Fuchi [3] 10/20/89   Tokyo, Japan   3
Mitch Malone 1/9/91   London, England   1
Joe Pare 4/15/91   Paris, France   1
Mitch Malone [2] 5/9/91   London, England   2
Masanobu Fuchi [4] 10/2/91   Tokyo, Japan   4
Mitch Malone [3] 12/15/91   Liverpool, England   3
Masanobu Fuchi [5] 4/19/92   Shizuoka, Japan   5
Dan Kroffat 5/21/93   Sapporo, Japan   1
Masanobu Fuchi [6] 8/23/93   Shizuoka, Japan   6
Dan Kroffat [2] 7/12/94   Kagoshima, Japan   2
Yoshinari Ogawa 9/10/94   Tokyo, Japan   1
Mitch Malone [4] 11/9/94   London, England   4
Masanobu Fuchi [7] 6/30/95   Tokyo, Japan   7
Tsuyoshi Kikuchi 7/24/95   Tokyo, Japan   1
Yoshinari Ogawa [2] 1/15/96   Tokyo, Japan   2
Maunakea Mossman 1/22/96   Tokyo, Japan vacates title to enter the heavyweight division. WWA World Light Heavyweight title lineage ends. 1
Shinjiro Ohtani 3/20/96   Nagoya, Japan tournament final over Wild Pegasus to crown WWA World Cruiserweight champion 1
Dean Malenko 5/2/96   Buena Vista, FL   1
Rey Misterio Jr. 7/8/96   Buena Vista, FL   1
Dean Malenko [2] 10/27/96   Las Vegas, NV   2
Ultimo Dragon 12/29/96   Nashville, TN   1
Dean Malenko [3] 1/21/97   Milwaukee, WI   3
Syxx (Sean Waltman) 2/23/97   San Francisco, CA   1
Chris Benoit 11/28/97   Atlanta, GA   1
Taka Michinoku 2/18/98   Nagoya, Japan   1
Don Frye 6/18/98   Tokyo, Japan   1
Gregory Shaw 10/25/98   Boston, MA title vacant when WCW pulls out of the WWA. Remains vacant until June 1999 1
X-Pac (Sean Waltman) 6/6/99   St Louis, MO Won Battle Royal to face PWA World Light Heavyweight champion Rey Misterio at Battle at Busch to win unified title. 1
Billy Kidman 10/17/99   San Antonio, TX   1
Jushin Liger 12/5/99   New York, NY   1
Chris Jons 6/4/00   St. Louis, MO   1
Jushin Liger 9/3/00   Pontiac, MI   2
Jerry Lynn 11/22/01   St. Louis, MO pinned Spike Dudley in a triangle match. 1
"Sheik" Brian Christopher  6/2/02   St. Louis, MO   1
X-Pac [3] 7/30/02   Tacoma, WA   3
Jerry Lynn [2] 8/14/02   Paris, France   2
Billy Kidman 10/9/02   Moline, IL   1
Tajiri 10/22/02   Kansas City, MO   2
Billy Kidman [2] 4/2/03   Rochester, NY   2
Tajiri [2] 4/21/03   Kansas City, MO   1
Shane Helms 5/14/03   Montreal, QC   1
Jamie Noble 6/23/03   Columbus, OH   1
Billy Kidman [3] 11/17/03   New York, NY   3
Tajiri [3] 1/22/04   Philadelpha, PA   3
Chavo Guerrero Jr 2/15/04   Daly City, CA   1
Spike Dudley 5/18/04   Las Vegas, NY   1
Maso Funaki 12/12/04   Tokyo, Japan   1
Chavo Guerrero Jr [2] 2/20/05   Pittsburg, PN   2
Paul London 3/29/05   Houston, TX   1
Juventud Guerrera 10/5/05   Mexico City, Mexico   1
Shane Helms [2] 1/29/06   Miami, FL vacant on 2-1-07 after injury.  2
Chavo Guerrero Jr [3] 2/18/07   Los Angeles, CA Won the title in a six-man Cruiserweight Open.  Also wins PWA Light Heavyweight Title  3
Koji Kanemoto 5/3/07   Fukuoka, Japan   1
Último Guerrero 9/30/07   Mexico City, Mexico   1
Matt Striker 11/27/07   Boston, MA   1
Rey Bucanero 2/13/08   Mexico City, Mexico   1
Matt Striker [2] 4/15/08   Cleveland, OH   2
Místico 11/21/08   Mexico City, Mexico   1
Tiger Mask IV 5/6/09   Tokyo, Japan   1
Místico [2] 8/27/09   Mexico City, Mexico   2
Tiger Mask IV [2] 9/16/09   Tokyo, Japan   2
Matt Striker [3] 2/21/10   Toronto, Canada   3
Bryan Danielson 6/5/10   St. Louis, MO   1
Tyler Black 3/20/11   Seattle, WA   1
Oje Hart 6/4/11   St. Louis, MO vacant on 11-25-11 after injury.  1
Prince Devitt 12/19/11   Kobe, Japan Devitt defeated Kushida to win the vacant championship. 1
Low Ki  5/3/12   Fukuoka, Japan   1
Kota Ibushi 7/29/12   Tokyo, Japan   1
Low Ki [2] 10/8/12   Tokyo, Japan   2
Prince Devitt [2] 11/11/12   Osaka, Japan   2