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Championship roll call for April 2014

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Well obviously this is absurdly late. Let’s just get to it.

WWE

WWE World Heavyweight Champion

Daniel Bryan

18 day reign

defeated then-WWE World Heavyweight Champion Randy Orton and Batista in a triple threat match at WrestleMania XXX.

next Title defense: versus Kane at the Extreme Rules pay per view on May 4.

WWE Intercontinental Champion

Big E Langston

157 day reign

defeated then-Champion Curtis Axel on the November 18, 2013 edition of WWE Monday Night RAW.

next Title defense: versus the winner of an upcoming Rob Van Dam-Wade Barrett match at the Extreme Rules pay per view on May 4.

WWE United States Champion

Dean Ambrose

340 day reign

defeated then-Champion Kofi Kingston at the Extreme Rules pay per view on May 19, 2013.

WWE Tag Team Champions

Jimmy & Jey Uso

52 day reign

defeated then-Champions The New Age Outlaws (The Road Dogg & Billy Gunn) on the March 3 edition of WWE Monday Night RAW

WWE Unified Divas Champion

Paige

17 day reign

defeated then-Champion AJ Lee on the April 7 edition of WWE Monday Night RAW.

next Title defense: versus Tamina Snuka at the Extreme Rules pay per view on May 4.

WWE NXT Champion

Adruan Neville

56 day reign

defeated then-Champion Bo Dallas in a Ladder match on the NXT Arrival special that aired on the WWE Network on February 27.

WWE NXT Tag Team Champions

The Ascension (Viktor & Konnor)

224 day reign

defeated then-Champions Corey Graves & Adrian Neville at the September 12, 2013 NXT television taping. The match aired on NXT on September 25.

WWE NXT Women’s Champion

Paige

308 day reign

defeated Emma in the finals of an eight woman tournament at the June 20, 2013 NXT television taping to crown the inaugural NXT Women’s Champion. The match aired on NXT on July 24.

TNA Wrestling

TNA World Heavyweight Champion

Eric Young

14 day reign

defeated then-Champion Magnus on the April 10 edition of Impact Wrestling.

next Title defense: versus Magnus at the Sacrifice pay per view on April 27.

TNA X-Division Champion

Saiya Sanada

53 day reign

defeated then-Champion Austin Aries on March 2 at the TNA Wrestling/Wrestle-1 co-promoted event in Tokyo, Japan.

next Title defense: versus Tigre Uno at the Sacrifice pay per view on April 27.

TNA World Tag Team Champions

The BroMans (Robbie E & Jesse Godderz)

53 day reign

defeated then-Champions The Wolves (Eddie Edwards & Davey Richards) and Team 246 (Kaz Hayashi & Shuji Kondo) in a triple threat tag team match on March 2 at the TNA Wrestling/Wrestle-1 co-promoted event in Tokyo, Japan.

TNA Women’s Champion

Madison Rayne

98 day reign

defeated then-Champion Gail Kim on the January 16 Impact Wrestling television taping that was billed as a two-part Genesis special. The Rayne-Kim match aired the night of the taping on part one of the special.

next Title defense: versus Angelina Love at the Sacrifice pay per view on April 27.

TNA Television Champion

Abyss

326 day reign

defeated then-Champion Devon at the Slammiversary pay per view on June 2, 2013.

TNA Women’s Tag Team Champions

Deactivated

Then-Champions ODB & Eric Young were forced to vacate the Championships on the June 20 episode of Impact Wrestling by Knockouts Division Executive Brooke Hogan due to Young being a male. The Championship was then officially deactivated on June 27 and removed from the ImpactWrestling.com website.

Ring of Honor

ROH World Heavyweight Champion

Adam Cole

216 day reign

defeated Michael Elgin in the finals of the a 16-man tournament to crown a new Champion. The Championship was vacated on July 3, 2013 due to a storyline injury to then-Champion Jay Briscoe. The semi-finals and finals of the tournament happened at the Death Before Dishonor XI event on September 20, 2013.

ROH World Tag Team Champions

The Young Bucks (Matt & Nick Jackson)

47day reign

defeated then-Champions reDRagon (Kyle O’Reilly & Bobby Fish) on March 8 at Raising The Bar 2.

ROH World Television Champion

Jay Lethal

20 day reign

defeated then-Champion Tommaso Ciampa on April 4 in a 2-out-of-3 Falls Match at Supercard of Honor VIII.

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