The Defiant Internet Championship is a British professional wrestling championship which was originally unveiled as the WCPW Internet Championship by then WCPW General Manager Adam Pacitti.
The initial champion was crowned in a match between El Ligero, Travis Banks and Alberto El Patrón at WCPW Refuse To Lose in a triple threat match which was won by El Ligero. The current champion is Martin Kirby, who is the seventh Champion in his first reign.
What makes the Defiant's Internet Championship distinct, is that matches fought for the title will always be free to watch on Defiant's YouTube Channel. This idea was proposed by Eric Bischoff, who also came up with the idea for another championship. It is the secondary title in WCPW / Defiant Wrestling.
|No.||Wrestlers||Reign||Date||Days held||Location||Successful defenses||Event||Notes|
|1||El Ligero||1||6 October 2016||55||Newcastle upon Tyne, England||2||Refuse to Lose (2016)||Defeated Travis Banks and Alberto El Patrón in a Triple Threat match to become inaugural champion.|
|2||Cody Rhodes||1||30 November 2016||150||Nottingham, England||7||Delete WCPW||This was a title vs. title match with Rhodes' GFW Nex*Gen Championship also on the line.|
|3||Gabriel Kidd||1||29 April 2017||118||Newcastle upon Tyne, England||8||No Regrets (2017)||This was a triple threat match also involving Joe Hendry.|
|4||Zack Sabre Jr.||1||25 August 2017||173||Sheffield, England||2||Loaded #30|
|—||Vacated||—||14 February 2018||—||N/A||—||N/A||Vacated due to Sabre Jr. being unable to defend the belt.|
|5||Travis Banks||1||19 February 2018||98||Manchester, England||1||Defiant #10||Defeated David Starr, Mike Bailey and Chris Brookes to win the vacant title.|
|6||WALTER||1||28 May 2018||189||Sheffield, England||3||Road to Destruction||Defeated Travis Banks and Zack Sabre Jr. in a triple threat match.|
|7||Martin Kirby||1||3 December 2018||77+||Newcastle-upon-Tyne, England||1||Defiant Loaded #4||Beat WALTER in a singles match.|
Combined Reigns Edit
Note: * designates the current champion
|Rank||Wrestler||No. of reigns||Combined defenses||Combined days|
|2||Zack Sabre Jr.||1||2||173|