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Default June 1987 Roster Breakdown & Championship History Update

Championship History: May Update

(Note: All championship histories follow actual history up to March 1987.)

Updated As Of: June 1st, 1987

WWF World Heavyweight Championship

Hulk Hogan (1st Reign)

Won From: The Iron Sheik on January 23rd, 1984 at a house show in New York City, New York

Days as Champ (Current Reign): 1,224

Previous Champions

The Iron Sheik: December 26th, 1983-January 23rd, 1984 (28 days)

Bob Backlund: February 20th, 1978-November 30th, 1979 (2,118 days)

Superstar Billy Graham: April 30th, 1977-February 20th, 1978 (296 days)

Bruno Sammartino (#2): December 10th, 1973-April 30th, 1977 (1,237 days)

Stan Stasiak: December 1st, 1973-December 10th, 1973 (9 days)

Pedro Morales: February 8th, 1971-December 1st, 1973 (1,027 days)

Ivan Koloff: January 18th, 1971-February 8th, 1971 (21 days)

Bruno Sammartino (#1): May 17th, 1963-January 18th, 1971 (2,803 days)

Buddy Rogers: April 25th, 1963-May 17th, 1963 (22 days)

Title Statistics

Most Title Reigns:

Bruno Sammartino, 2

No one else has more than 2 title reigns

Longest Title Reign (In days)

1. Bruno Sammartino (#1): 2,803 days

2. Bob Backlund: 2,118 days

3. Bruno Sammartino (#2): 1,237 days

4. Hulk Hogan: 1,224 days

5. Pedro Morales: 1,027 days

Total Days Spent as Champion

1. Bruno Sammartino: 4,040 days

2. Bob Backlund: 2,118 days

3. Hulk Hogan: 1,224 days

4. Pedro Morales: 1,027 days

5. Superstar Billy Graham: 296 days

WWF Intercontinental Championship

Ricky Steamboat (1st Reign)

Won From: Randy Savage on March 29th, 1987 at WrestleMania III in Detroit, Michigan.

Days as Champ (Current Reign): 63 Days

Previous Champions

Randy Savage: February 8th, 1986-March 29th, 1987 (414 days)

Tito Santana (#2): July 6th, 1985-February 8th, 1986 (217 days)

Greg Valentine: September 24th, 1984-July 6th, 1985 (285 days)

Tito Santana (#1): February 11th, 1984-September 24th, 1984 (226 days)

Magnificent Muraco (#2): January 22nd, 1983-February 11th, 1984 (385 days)

Pedro Morales (#2): November 23rd, 1981-January 22nd, 1983 (425 days)

Magnificent Muraco (#1): June 20th, 1981-November 23rd, 1981 (156 days)

Pedro Morales (#1): December 8th, 1980-June 20th, 1981 (194 days)

Ken Patera: April 21st, 1980-December 8th, 1980 (231 days)

Pat Patterson: September 1st, 1979-April 21st, 1980 (233 days)

Title Statistics

Most Title Reigns:

T1. Pedro Morales, 2

T1. Magnificent Muraco, 2

T1, Tito Santana, 2

Longest Title Reign (In days)

1. Pedro Morales (#2): 425 days

2. Randy Savage: 414 days

3. Magnificent Muraco (#2): 385 days

4. Greg Valentine: 285 days

5. Pat Patterson: 233 days

Total Days Spent as Champion

1. Pedro Morales: 619 days

2. Magnificent Muraco: 541 days

3. Tito Santana: 443 days

4. Randy Savage: 414 days

5. Greg Valentine: 285 days

WWF World Tag Team Championships

The Hart Foundation (1st Reign) (Bret Hart 1, Jim Neidhart 1)

Won From: The British Bulldogs on January 26th, 1987 at WWF Superstars of Wrestling in Tampa, Florida

Days as Champ (Current Reign): 125 days

Past Champions

The British Bulldogs: April 7th, 1986-January 27th, 1987 (294 days)

The Dream Team: August 24th, 1985-April 7th, 1986 (226 days)

The U.S. Express (#2): June 17th, 1985-August 24th, 1985 (68 days)

The Iron Sheik & Nikolai Volkoff: March 31st, 1985-June 17th, 1985 (78 days)

The U.S. Express (#1): January 21st, 1985-March 31st, 1985 (69 days)

Title Statistics

Most Title Reigns:

T1. Tony Garea, 5

T1. Mr. Fuji, 5

2. Chief Jay Strongbow, 4

(Several Others Tied With 3)

Longest Title Reign (In Days)

1. The Valiant Brothers, 370 Days

2. Mr. Fuji & Professor Tanaka (#1), 337 Days

3. The British Bulldogs (Davey Boy Smith & Dynamite Kid), 294 Days

4. The North-South Connection (Adrian Adonis & Dick Murdoch), 279 Days

5. Mr. Fuji & Mr. Saito (#1), 258 Days

Total Days Spent as Champion

1. Mr. Fuji, 932 Days

2. Johnny Valiant, 600 Days

3. Tony Garea, 597 Days

4. Professor Tanaka, 569 Days

T5, Afa, 431 Days

T5, Sika, 431 Days

WWF World Television Championship

Hercules (1st Reign)

Won From: 15-Man Battle Royal on April 9th 1987 at WWF Superstars of Wrestling #6 in Boulder, Colorado

Days As Champ (Current Reign): 52 Days

Past Champions:


Title Statistics

Most Title Reigns:

1. Hercules, 1

Longest Title Reign (In Days)

1. Hercules (#1): 52 Days

Longest Days Spent as Champion

1. Hercules: 52 Days

WWF Women's Championship

Velvet McIntyre (2nd Reign)

Won From: The Fabulous Moolah on April 24th, 1987 at WWF Wrestling Challenge #8 in Springfield, Massachusetts

Days as Champ (Current Reign): 37 Days

Days as Champ (Total Reigns): 43 Days

Past Champions

The Fabulous Moolah (#3): July 9th, 1986 - April 24th 1987 (289 Days)

Velvet McIntyre: July 3rd, 1986-July 9th, 1986 (6 Days)

The Fabulous Moolah (#2): November 25th, 1985-July 3rd, 1986 (220 Days)

Wendi Richter (#2): March 31st, 1985-November 25th, 1985 (239 Days)

Leilani Kai: February 18th, 1985-March 31st, 1985 (41 Days)

Wendi Richter (#1): July 23rd, 1984-February 18th, 1985 (210 Days)

The Fabulous Moolah (#1): January 1st, 1984-July 23rd, 1984 (204 Days)

Title Statistics

Most Title Reigns:

1. The Fabulous Moolah, 3

2. Wendi Richter, 2

3. Velvet McIntyre, 2

Everyone Has No More Than 1

Longest Title Reign (In Days)

1. The Fabulous Moolah (#3): 289 Days

2. Wendi Richter (#2): 239 Days

3. The Fabulous Moolah (#2): 220 Days

4. Wendi Richter (#1): 210 Days

5. Leilani Kai: 41 Days

Longest Days Spent as Champion

1. The Fabulous Moolah, 703 Days

2. Wendi Richter, 449 Days

3. Velvet McIntyre, 43 Days

4. Leilani Kai, 41 Days

WWF King of the Ring

1986 - Harley Race
1985 - Magnificent Muraco

WWF Roster Breakdown

(Faces In Blue, Heels In Red)

Main Event:

Hulk Hogan (WWF World Heavyweight Champion)

Jake Roberts

Jerry Lawler

Paul Orndorff

Ricky Steamboat (WWF Intercontinental Champion)

Andre The Giant

Harley Race

King Kong Bundy

Randy Savage


Brutus Beefcake

Davey Boy Smith

Tito Santana

Bob Orton Jr.

Bret Hart (WWF World Tag Team Champion)

Butch Reed

Greg Valentine

Hercules (WWF World Television Champion)

Honky Tonk Man

Jim Neidhart (WWF World Tag Team Champion)


Magnificent Muraco

Nikita Koloff

Nikolai Volkoff

Ted DiBiase

The Iron Sheik


Billy Jack Haynes

Dynamite Kid

Jacques Rougeau

Jim Duggan

Jim Powers

Koko B. Ware

Marty Jannetty

Paul Roma

Rick Martel

Ricky Morton

Robert Gibson

Tom Zenk


Demolition Ax

Demolition Smash

Dino Bravo

Ivan Koloff

Irvin R. Schyster

Cactus Jack


Vladimir Petrov


Brian Blair


Jim Brunzell

Lanny Poffo

Raymond Rougeau

S.D Jones

Shawn Michaels



Brad Rheingans

Outback Jack

Iron Mike Sharpe

The Assassin

Enhancement Talent:

Tom Magee

Kim Chee

Occasional Wrestler:

George Steele

Hillbilly Jim

Omar Atlas

Roddy Piper

Siva Ali

Andre The Giant

Tiger Chung Lee

Women's Division:

Ashley Cartier

Desiree Peterson

Itsuki Yamazki

Velvet McIntyre (WWF Womens Champion)

Judy Martin

Leilani Kai

The Fabulous Moolah

Tag Team Division:

The British Bulldogs: Davey Boy Smith & Dynamite Kid

The Hart Foundation (WWF World Tag Team Champions): Bret Hart & Jim Neidhart

The Rock N' Roll Express: Ricky Morton & Robert Gibson

Demolition: Demolition Ax & Demolition Smash

The Rockers: Marty Jannetty & Shawn Michaels

The Young Stallions: Jim Powers & Paul Roma

The Islanders: Haku & Tama

The Can-Am Connection: Rick Martel & Tom Zenk

Money Inc: Ted DiBiase & Irwin R. Schyster

The Wild Samoans: Afa & Sika

The Rougeau Brothers: Jacques & Raymond Rougeau


The Heenan Family: Bobby Heenan, King Kong Bundy, Harley Race & Hercules

The Russian Alliance: Ivan Koloff, Nikita Koloff, Nikolai Volkoff & The Iron Sheik

WWF Creative Meeting

Franchise Players:

1. Randy Savage

2. Hulk Hogan

3. Ricky Steamboat

4. Jake Roberts

5. Roddy Piper

Next Big Things:

1. Davey Boy Smith

2. Shawn Michaels

3. Kim Chee

Hot Prospects:

1. Shawn Michaels

2. Leilani Kai

3. Vladimir Petrov

4. Dynamite Kid

Talk The Talk:

1. Hulk Hogan

2. Randy Savage

3. Roddy Piper

4. Jesse Ventura

5. Jake Roberts

Show Stoppers:

1. Ricky Steamboat

2. Randy Savage

3. Jake Roberts

4. Tito Santana

5. Ted DiBiase

Ring Generals:

1. Ricky Steamboat

2. Harley Race

3. Randy Savage

4. Ted DiBiase

5. Jake Roberts

Who's Hot:

1. Hercules

2. Tito Santana

3. Ricky Steamboat

4. King Kong Bundy

5. Randy Savage

Who's Not:

1. Omar Atlas

2. S.D. Jones

3. Lanny Poffo

4. Siva Ali

5. Tiger Chung Lee

Time Decline:

1. The Fabulous Moolah

2. Paul Orndorff

3. S.D. Jones

4. Andre The Giant

Hidden Gems:

1. Luna Vachon

2. Art Barr

3. Savio Vega

4. Rick Steiner

5. Johnny Ace

So I've came to the conclusion for the prediction contest prize and as of this moment, I will not be giving any out. The reason for this is because during my 2 months away, I had made several shows already, so that I could easily get back into the swing of things. Creating those shows have given me many ideas heading into Summerslam and all the way to WrestleMania. Incorporating prizes will mean changing several things up and perhaps ruining some planned suprises ahead. Another reason was due to the fact that with my hiatus being 2-3 months long, I'm unsure who is still in my viewing audience. As of now, I plan on posting shows and still holding prediction scoreboards. I just won't be doing a prediction contest for now.

If you are still following this dynasty, than I want to say thanks! As that is a big boost of motivation in continuing this dynasty. If you have any feedback or opinions at all, feel free to leave a comment. Thank you!

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