UWF Super Welterweight Championship
Details
Promotion(s) Universal Lucha Libre
Michinoku Pro Wrestling
Osaka Pro Wrestling
Date Established June 14, 1992
Date Retired January 4, 2000

The UWF Super Welterweight Championship was a secondary singles championship in Universal Lucha Libre (ULL) later Federación Universal de Lucha Libre (FULL) promotion. The title's middleweight nature, a division more common in Mexican professional wrestling, means that wrestlers under 82 kg (181 lb) and 87 kg (192 lb) are eligible to challenge for it. In 1995 After ULL folded the title was later defended in Michinoku Pro and Osaka Pro before becoming inactive.

Inaugural tournament[edit | edit source]

The inaugural tournament to crown the first champion took place on June 14 and 15, 1992.

Semifinals Final
      
El Pantera
Rocky Santana
El Pantera
Super Delfin
Super Delfin
Ciclón Ramirez

Title history[edit | edit source]

# Wrestler Reign Date Location Length Notes
1 El Pantera 1 June 15, 1992 Soka, Japan ? Days Defeated Super Delfin in an four–man tournament final to become the inaugural champion.
Vacated 1992 Vacated due to Pantera leaving the promotion.
2 Super Delfin 1 November 20, 1992 Osaka, Japan 833 Days Defeated Coloso for vacated the title.
3 SATO 1 March 3, 1995 Osaka, Japan 70 Days
Vacated May 12, 1995 Vacated due to after SATO injured himself.
4 Super Delfin 2 May 14, 1995 Kooriyama, Japan 160 Days Defeated Triton for vacated title.
5 El Pantera 2 October 21, 1995 Iwate, Japan 109 Days
6 Karloff Lagarde, Jr. 1 February 7, 1996 Mexico 27 Days
7 El Pantera 3 March 5, 1996 Mexico 153 Days
8 Super Delfin 3 August 5, 1996 Aomori, Japan 273 Days
9 Men's Teioh 1 May 5, 1997 Nakayama, Japan 258 Days
10 Super Delfin 4 January 16, 1998 Sapporo, Japan 672 Days
11 Black Buffalo 1 November 21, 1999 Osaka, Japan 7 Days
12 Super Delfin 5 November 28, 1999 Osaka, Japan 37 Days
Deactivated January 4, 2000 Osaka, Japan Title abandoned in order to create Osaka Pro Wrestling Championship.
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