The ECW Championship is a world championship within the WTX Universe. It is the primary championship of the ECW brand. It was introduced in the debut episode of ECW that aired on June 9th 2015. It was retired along with ECW on August 23rd 2015. The championship was revived in 2016, replacing the World Heavyweight Championship as ECW replaced SmackDown.
At SummerSlam 2016, upon SmackDown defeating ECW, the championship was once again retired with the brand.
On March 1st, it was announced that ECW would replace NXT, which in turn lead to the ECW Championship replacing the NXT Championship, with the final NXT Champion Pentagon Jr. continuing his NXT Championship reign under the ECW Championship.
The ECW Championship debuted as the primary championship of the ECW brand on the debut episode airing on 9th June 2015. The championship was determined in an 8-Man Tournament featuring Rob Van Dam, Kane, Goldberg, Daniel Bryan, Rusev, Brock Lesnar, tournament finalist Razor Ramon and the inaugral champion and winner of the tournament, Stone Cold.
Though the ECW Championship was initially introduced in 2013 during the ECW takeover of NXT, the championship history is not considered linked to the current ECW Championship as it is considered a placeholder for the NXT Championship.
On March 1st 2017, ECW was brought back in place of NXT, with the championships being replaced and the final ECW champions continuing their prior reigns, carrying their history over to the ECW championships, making Pentagon recognised as champion for 63 days.
|1||Stone Cold||1||9th June 2015||40||0||ECW||This was a Tournament Finals Match to determine the first ECW Champion, the match also featured Razor Ramon|
|2||Kane||1||19th July 2015||63||4||Unforgiven 2015||
This was an Extreme Rules Triple Threat also featuring Razor Ramon
The championship was inactive from August 23rd 2015 until May 22nd 2016, meaning the days in between are not counted.
|3||AJ Styles||1||19th June 2016||63||2||Money in the Bank 2016||The championship was retired on August 21st 2016|
|4||Pentagon Jr.||1||1st January 2017||91||2||New Years Revolution 2017||This is a continuation of Pentagon Jr.'s NXT Championship reign, after ECW replaced NXT on March 1st 2017, starting Pentagon's reign at 63 days and 2 defences.|
|5||Hideo Itami||1||2nd April 2017||31||0||WrestleMania VI|
|6||Bray Wyatt||1||3rd May 2017||19+||0||ECW|
|Rank||Wrestler||# of Reigns||Combined Days|