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Zero-One United States Heavyweight Title

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# Wrestler Name Event Location Date Notes
18 Ricky Landell Limerick, PA 01/Jun/08
17 Sterling James Keenan 3KWrestling New Revolution Limerick, PA 09/May/08 Keenan's 1PW World Heavyweight Championship was also at stake.
16 Jake Manning CWA Event York, SC 12/Apr/08
15 Dr. X Morganville, NJ 15/Mar/08
14 Sterling James Keenan Devil Bhudakahn Memorial Show Munhall, PA 08/Mar/08
13 Steve Corino Valdosta, GA 04/Jan/08 Won the title by forfeit when Landell refused to defend it.
12 Ricky Landell Indianapolis, IN 13/Jun/07 Defeated Zach Gowen.
11 Steve Corino Adelaide, Australia 23/Mar/07 Defeated Ryan Eagles.
10 Curry Man MAX Around tour Tokyo, Japan 23/Nov/05 This was a three way match also involving Sonjay Dutt. Vacated due to inactivity.
9 Alex Shelley You Can Do Your Best! Naohiro Hoshikawa Encouragem Tokyo, Japan 19/Sep/05 Defeated Sonjay Dutt
8 Brian Kendrick Strong Wind & Thunder tour Hakodate, Japan 23/Mar/05 Defeated Ryouji Sai. Vacated due to Spanky leaving the company.
7 Steve Corino Enormous tour Tokyo, Japan 11/Nov/04 Vacated so Corino could focus on winning the AWA World Heavyweight Championship; this announcement was made on February 28, 2005.
6 Kohei Sato Rally of the Cage tour Tokyo, Japan 09/Jul/04 This was a steel cage match
5 Sylvester Terkay Evolution tour Fukuoka, Japan 13/Oct/03 Defeated Mike Knox
4 Naoya Ogawa Zero-One WORLD in Nagoya Nagoya, Japan 10/Aug/03 Stripped by NWA president Howard Brody due to the match not being officially scheduled.
3 Sylvester Terkay Zero-One Storm tour Niigata, Japan 04/Jul/03
2 Steve Corino Fighting Illusion Tokyo, Japan 06/Jan/03 Defeated Masato Tanaka (wrestling as MASA TANAKA)
1 01/Jan/02 Previously known as: ZERO1 United States Heavyweight (January 6, 2003 – July 9, 2004; April 12, 2008 – Present), NWA/ZERO-ONE United States Heavyweight Championship (July 9, 2004 – October 31, 2004), ZERO-ONE United States Openweight Championship (October 31, 2004 – 2005), ZERO1-MAX United States Openweight Championship (2005 – April 12, 2008)