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The TCW Heavyweight Championship was the primary professional wrestling singles title of Turnbuckle Championship Wrestling. It was originally won by Glacier who defeated Jorge Estrada in tournament final held in Ashburn, Georgia on July 6, 2000. It was defended primarily in the state of Georgia but throughout the Southern United States, most often in Dothan, Alabama, until the promotion's close in 2003.[1] Title history Wrestlers: Times: Date: Location: Notes: Glacier[2] 1 July 6, 2000 Ashburn, Georgia Defeated Jorge Estrada in tournament final to become the first champion.[1] Barry Windham 1 October 28, 2000 Warner Robins, Georgia [1] Scotty Anton 1 June 2, 2001 Dothan, Alabama[3] the match ended with Daffney counting the pinfall and Anton left with the title.[1] Barry Windham[4] 2 June 7, 2001 Milledgeville, Georgia Title is returned to Windham due to the controversial finish.[1] Scotty Anton 2 September 15, 2001 Carrollton, Georgia [1] Dustin Rhodes 1 January 26, 2002 Carrollton, Georgia [1][5][6] Scotty Anton 3[7] March 1, 2002 Carrollton, Georgia [1][8][9] Title is vacated when Scotty Riggs forfeits the championship after suffering an elbow injury.[1][7] Glacier 2 September 14, 2002 Carrollton, Georgia Defeated Damien to win the vacant title.[1][10] References ^ a b c d e f g h i j Westcott, Brian; Richard Palma (2002). "TCW Heavyweight Title History". Solie's Title Histories. http://www.solie.org/titlehistories/hwtcw.html.  ^ "Father-And-Son Wrestling Team Takes On Old Foes This Weekend". Macon Telegraph. 11 Aug 2000. ^ Woodward, Buck (2007-09-15). "This Day In History: Sting Begins His Metamorphosis, The Fabulous Moolah Wrestles At 80 And More". PWInsider.com. http://www.pwinsider.com/ViewArticle.php?id=26526&p=1. Retrieved 21 September 2009.  ^ Martin, Calvin (2001-12-29). "Turnbuckle Championship Wrestling Results from Deland, Florida 12-28-01". LordsofPain.net. http://www.lordsofpain.net/news/articles/100964598788416.html. Retrieved 21 September 2009. [dead link] ^ Milner, John M.; Richard Kamchen (2006-06-04). "SLAM! Sports: Goldust". SLAM! Wrestling Bios. SLAM! Sports. http://slam.canoe.ca/Slam/Wrestling/Bios/goldust.html.  ^ Tate, Rich (2008-01-26). "Georgia Wrestling News, Notes, & Nostalgia: 1/26/08". 1wrestling.com. http://www.1wrestling.com/news/newsline.asp?news=31133. Retrieved 21 September 2009. [dead link] ^ a b Cullen, Billy (2006-05-06). "Newsline, 9-15-2002". 1wrestling.com. http://www.1wrestling.com/news/newsline.asp?news=10479. Retrieved 21 September 2009. [dead link] ^ PWInsider (2009-03-01). "Today in Wrestling History, 3/1: First-Ever Slammys on MTV, More". ImpactWrestling.com. http://impactwrestling.com/Content.aspx?ID=24523. Retrieved 14 September 2009.  ^ Middleton, Marc (2009-03-01). "Today in Wrestling History - 3/1". Wrestlenewz.com. http://www.wrestlenewz.com/wrestling/on-the-side/today-in-wrestling-history-31/. Retrieved 14 September 2009.  ^ Goodman, Larry (2002-09-15). "Newsline, 9-15-2002". 1wrestling.com. http://www.1wrestling.com/news/newsline.asp?news=10479. Retrieved 21 September 2009. [dead link]