DTU Alto Impacto Championship

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The DTU Alto Impacto Championship is a professional wrestling championship promoted by Desastre Total Ultraviolento. This is the second title created by DTU, taking Flamita as inaugural champion. Formerly was named DTU High Performance Championship.

Current Champion

Ace Austin, 22nd Champion

Ace Austin is the current champion. He defeated Lokillo (DTU) on April 15, 2018 to win the championship.

History of Championship

The tournament to crown the first DTU High Performance Champion began in November 5, 2010 in Arena 11 de Julio of Pachuca. The tournament consist in 4 matches of two wrestlers, but in the event DTU Bipolar, Drastik Boy advanced automatically to the finals. Flamita became the new champion after defeated in the final Daga & Drastik Boy in DTU 3rd Anniversary.

Champions Listing

# Champion(s) Defeated Date Location
tournament to determine first champion
1 Flamita Daga & Drastik Boy 2010.12.18 Deportivo Tlalli - Tlalnepantla, Mexico State
1 Black Fire, Ciclope & Pesadilla 2011.04.23 Auditorio Municipal - Apan, Hidalgo
2 Atomic Boy 2011.07.02 Arena Lopez Mateos - Tlalnepantla, Mexico State
3 Yakuza 2011.07.24 Centro Banamex - Mexico City
4 Araña de Plata & Red Rider 2011.09.03 Cancha de Futbol El Arbol - Salamanca, Guanajuato
5 Kaleth, Pequeño Cobra,
Samuray Del Sol & Septimo Dragon
2011.12.04 Plaza de Toros Pepillo Martínez - Salamanca, Guanajuato
2 Ciclope Flamita, Fenix & Pequeño Cobra 2011.12.11 Arena Lopez Mateos - Tlalnepantla, Mexico State
1 Black Fire & Poison 2012.06.02 Arena Coliseo Tulancingo - Tulancingo, Hidalgo
2 Drastik Boy & Aeroboy 2012.07.26 Cupo Limitado, Tulancingo, Hidalgo
Ciclope vacated the title on August 19, 2012 to focus on DTU Extreme Championship
championship renamed DTU Alto Impacto Title
3 Eita Dinastia, Eterno, Flamita, Principe Halcon,
Rocky Lobo & Tribal
2012.09.23 Unidad Deportiva - Fortin de las Flores, Veracruz
1 Flamita, Hacker, Principe Halcon & Septimo Dragon 2012.12.08 Arena Margarita - San Luis Potosi, San Luis Potosi
4 Flamita [2] Eita, Eterno, Hormiga & Tribal 2013.02.19 Arena Afición - Pachuca, Hidalgo
5 Drastik Boy Flamita 2013.04.20 Auditorio Americo Villarreal Guerra, Ciudad Madero
1 Black Fire, Lanzeloth, Mazivo, Pequeño Cobra, Rocky Lobo 2013.05.04 Autolavado VM, Tulancingo, Hidalgo
6 Tomahawk T.T. Drastik Boy 2013.08.18 Arena Solidaridad
Tomahawk T.T. returns to Japan, is unable to return to Mexico to defend, relinquishes championship late 2013
six way for vacant championship
7 Jinzo Hacker, Poison, Black Fire, Septimo Dragon, Hormiga 2013.12.21 Arena Lopez Mateos
8 Septimo Dragon Jinzo, Pesadilla, Drastik Boy 2014.05.18 Monte Vaqueros, Salamanca, Guanajuato
9 Drastik Boy Septimo Dragon, Black Fire, Ricky Marvin, Tony Rodriguez 2014.08.23 Arena Roberto Paz
1 Principe Halcon 2014.09.07 Nueva Arena Poza Rica, Tulancingo, Hidalgo
2 Gremlin 2014.10.04 Arena Queretaro, Santiago de Queretaro
3 Jinzo, Optimus 2014.10.19 Auditorio Benito Juarez de Rio Blanco
4 Aeroboy, Low Rider 2014.11.08 Auditorio Benito Juarez de Rio Blanco
5 Argus, Eclipse 2014.11.30 Club Chololos, Mazatlan, Sinaloa
10 Aeroboy Drastik Boy 2014.12.16 Arena Afición - Pachuca, Hidalgo
11 Drastik Boy Aeroboy, Chica Ye-Ye, Hacker, Septimo Dragon 2014.12.20 Arena Lopez Mateos
12 Jonathan Gresham Drastik Boy 2015.03.15 Arena Neza
13 Kim Ray Jonathan Gresham 2015.09.20 Forum Bielefeld - Bielefeld, North-Rhine Westphalia
1 Player Uno 2015.10.02 Turbine Hall - Oberhausen, North-Rhine Westphalia
tournament to get the #1 contender for the title
2 Jonathan Gresham 2015.10.10 Batschkapp - Frankfurt, Hesse
3 Axel Dieter Jr. 2015.11.07 KD Ládví - Prague, Czech Republic
4 Johnny Rancid 2015.11.08 Factory Magdeburg - Magdeburg, Saxony-Anhalt
14 The Rotation[1] Kim Ray & Ivanov 2016.01.16 Oberhausen, Germany
15 Kim Ray [2][2] The Rotation 2016.02.06 Hamburg, Germany
1 Black Fire, Da Mack, The Rotation 2016.02.20 Bielefeld, Germany
2 Franz Engel, Marius Al-Ani 2016.04.02 Dresden, Germany
16 Black Fire[3] Kim Ray 2016.04.16 Frankfurt am Main, Germany
1 Kim Ray, The Rotation 2016.04.17 Saarbrücken, Germany
2 Moria, X-Zafiro, Lokillo (DTU), Tony Iron 2016.07.01 Arena Femenil, Monterrey, Nuevo León
3 Tony Iron, Lokillo (DTU) 2016.07.15 Arena Neza
4 Hormiga (DTU) 2016.12.16 Arena Aficion
17 Hormiga (DTU) Black Fire 2017.06.12 Expo Feria Cuautepec, Cuautepec, Hidalgo
1 Camuflaje 2017.08.26 Autolavado VM
18 Moria Hormiga (DTU) 2017.10.15 Centro Cívico de Tulpetlac - Ecatepec, Mexico State
19 Dezmond Xavier Moria, Drastik Boy 2017.12.14 Arena Aficion
20[4] Moria [2] Dezmond Xavier 2017.12.16 Autolavado VM, Tulancingo, Hidalgo
21 Lokillo (DTU) Moria 2018.03.16 Arena Roberto Paz, Guadalajara, Jalisco, Mexico
22 Ace Austin Lokillo (DTU) 2018.04.15 Gym Kali Acapulco, Guerrero, Mexico
1 AR Fox, Lexus Mortiz 2018.04.27 Jeffersonville, Indiana, USA
 
 
title change
successful title defense
championship matches which were announced, but results were not found

Sources:

  1. Won the title in a tag team match alongside Sasa Keel, who retained the wXw Shotgun championship against Ivanov on the same match.
  2. CageMatch.net
  3. CageMatch.net
  4. Not mentioned as a title change at the time, but match definitely happened, Xavier and Moria don't wrestle after this point, and Moria is champion after this point. May have retroactively been declared the title change.

Gallery of Champions

Flamita, 1st & 4th Champion
Ciclope, 2nd Champion
Eita, 3rd Champion
Drastik Boy, 5th, 9th & 11th Champion
Jinzo, 7th Champion
Septimo Dragon, 8th Champion


Aeroboy, 10th Champion
Jonathan Gresham, 12th Champion
Kim Ray, 13th & 15th Champion
The Rotation, 14th Champion
Black Fire, 16th Champion
Hormiga (DTU), 17th Champion


Moria, 18th & 20th Champion
Dezmond Xavier, 19th Champion


Gallery of Title Belts

1st Belt