The current champion is Rampage, who regained the title from Rory Coyle at Lights Out (2019). During Austin Aries' reign the belt appeared at the Impact Wrestling tapings and Ring of Honor on their 16th Anniversary show.
|No.||Wrestlers||Reign||Date||Days held||Location||Successful defenses||Event||Notes|
|1||Big Damo||1||16 June 2016||69||Newcastle upon Tyne||2||Built To Destroy (2016)||Defeated Rampage by siding with Adam Blampied to become the inaugural champion. Aired on tape delay on 25 July 2016.|
|2||Joseph Conners||1||24 August 2016||98||Newcastle upon Tyne||6||Stacked||This was a Fatal Four-Way match also involving Rampage and Joe Hendry. Aired on tape delay on 3 September 2016.|
|3||Drew Galloway||1||30 November 2016||150||Nottingham||9||Delete WCPW||This was a Triple Threat Steel Cage match also involving Joe Hendry.|
|4||Martin Kirby||1||29 April 2017||1||Newcastle upon Tyne||0||No Regrets||This was a 30-man Rumble match. Kirby last eliminated Joe Hendry to win the title.|
|5||Joe Hendry||1||30 April 2017||155||Coventry||7||Pro Wrestling World Cup 2017: Mexico Qualifier||Hendry won when the referee decided that Martin Kirby was unable to continue. Aired on tape delay on 5 May 2017.|
|6||Marty Scurll||1||2 October 2017||64||Newcastle upon Tyne||2||Refuse to Lose (2017)||Scurll cashed in his Magnificent Seven Briefcase in the middle of a championship match between Joe Hendry and Will Ospreay, making the match a Triple Threat. Scurll then won the title when he made Hendry tap out.|
|7||Austin Aries||1||5 December 2017||144||Birmingham, West Midlands||3||Defiant #1|
|8||Rampage||1||28 April 2018||322||Newcastle-upon-Tyne||7||No Regrets (2018)|
|9||Rory Coyle||1||16 March 2019||32||Sunderland||0||Magnificent Seven|
|10||Rampage||2||17 April 2019||35+||Leeds||0||Lights Out (2019)|
Note: * designates the current champion.
|Rank||Wrestler||No. of reigns||Combined defenses||Combined days|