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Latest revision as of 02:23, 2 May 2020

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Current Champion

Konnan, Second Reign LAWA Champion

Defunct Championship. Konnan was the last champion.

History of Championship

The LAWA (Latin American Wrestling Association) championship was created in ACASA promotion in the 80's. It only appeared on ACASA TV Show tapings in Ciudad Juarez. It was the first championship Konnan and Eddie won in their careers.

Eddie Guerrero's championship was only two or three days long. Konnan won it back in a title versus mask match (Konnan's mask on the line). Ari Romero DDTed Eddie during the match to help Konnan won. The title was not mentioned after Konnan left Juarez.

Eddie Guerrero about the LAWA title


Champions Listing

# Champion(s) Defeated Date Location
champion decided thru unknown means
1 Konnan ? 1989.??.?? ?
2 Eddy Guerrero Konnan 1989.??.?? Ciudad Juarez
3 Konnan [2] Eddy Guerrero 1989.??.?? Ciudad Juarez
championship status unclear when Konnan left Juarez
 
 
title change
successful title defense
championship matches which were announced, but results were not found

Sources:

Gallery of Champions

Konnan, 1st & 3rd Champion
Eddy Guerrero, 2nd Champion