RULES REGARDING THE TITLE:
1.] To be defended EACH
week by the Primetime Champion.
2.] Minimum of THREE
wins in PWA to be eligible for title shot. First week recruits do not apply.
straight wins by the Primetime Champion grants a Premiere Title shot.
4.] Upon Premire Title shot, the Primetime Championship is vacated with top contenders facing each other for the vacant belt the following week.
5.] Open challenges for Primetime Title shot are welcome.13.] Chris Card: December 28, 2011 - Present
- After an intense battle weeks earlier, Card edged out Dexter Davis at Redemption 5 to capture the Primetime Title after using an earlier backstage attack to his advantage.12.] Dexter Davis: October 5, 2011 - December 28, 2011
- Looking to earn his first career singles title belt, the rookie Dexter Davis faced off against Vendetta at Violation 137 and brought home the gold.
- At the Killing Fields pay-per-view on October 16, Dexter Davis defeated and retained against newcomer Hush.
- Finding himself one-on-one against a PWA Hall of Fame member in Kaito at Violation 139, Dexter Davis continued to build his own legend with another Primetime Title defense with wife Freya at ringside aiding him with her bare ass.
- At Violation 140, Davis retained in an intense battle with Chris Card.
- Davis continued to show himself as one of the hottest properties in PWA at Violation 141 retaining the Primetime Title against former World Champion Jack Gaither.11.] Vendetta: July 3, 2011 - October 5, 2011
- Finally getting his opportunity at his first ever PWA gold, Vendetta squared off against Zex in a Ladder Match for the Primetime Championship, claiming the prize over the Canadian wrestler in a match that concluded with the two shaking hands respectfully.
- Vendetta had his first Primetime Championship title defense against Cross Recoba at Violation 132 and retained.
- At Violation 133, Vendetta completed his defense against both members of High Finance when he defeated Chris 'Technical Perfection' Card via a surprise back bridge pin combination.
- Heading into PWA's 4th anniversary card Point of No Return 4.0, Vendetta faced off against new comer Doc one-on-one and retained, continuing to show he is a growing force within PWA.10.] Zex: June 1, 2011 - July 3, 2011
- Continuing his blood feud with Omar Owens, Zex challenged Omar Owens at Vow 4 in a re-match under First Blood Rules. Using a surprise appearance by Logan Steel, Zex drew O2's blood to claim his first PWA singles title belt.9.] Omar Owens: May 1, 2011 - June 1, 2011
- Looking to spike the ratings, the PWA booked Omar Owens against Zex in a re-match of their Mob Rules IV showdown. This time with the Primetime Title being suspended from the ceiling, O2 won the Championship under Ladder Match rules.
- Defended against Chris Wilkins at Violation 124.8.] Scott Alexander: January 19, 2011 - May 1, 2011
- Getting his re-match against Ed Wooderson at Violation 113, Scott Alexander picked up the victory in a submission match to begin his second Primetime Title reign.
- After being suspended indefinitely following his actions at Field Envy, Scott Alexander was stripped of the Primetime Title belt do to being unable to defend.7.] Ed Wooderson: December 5, 2010 - January 19, 2011
- Rookie to the business Ed Wooderson stepped up to the plate and defeated Scott Alexander at Violation 111 to win his first gold.
- Defended and retained at Redemption IV against Hall of Fame member Kaito.6.] Scott Alexander: November 21 , 2010 - December 5, 2010
- Getting his first chance at gold in his career, Scott Alexander upset Jason Sandman to win the Primetime Title at Violation 109.5.] Jason Sandman: September 1, 2010 - November 21, 2010
- At Point of No Return 3, Milo Crews defended his Primetime Title belt against Jason Sandman and Josh Cantrell. Sandman pinned Cantrell and took home the belt for the second time in his career.
- Sandman defeated Nighthawk in a dog collar match at Violation 105.
- Sandman defeated Milo Crews at Without a Prayer.4.] Milo Crews: August 15, 2010 - September 1, 2010
- Another newcomer to PWA, Milo Crews showed his skills and metal toughness the week of his mother's death by defeating the hot prospect Sam Washington at Violation 101.3.] Sam Washington: July 18, 2010 - August 15, 2010
- At Violation 98, the hot newcomer Sam Washington defeated Nighthawk and Tom K. Winnick to win the vacated Primetime Title.
- He defended successfully via time limit draw at V99 against Josh Cantrell.2.] NightTrain: March 21, 2010 - June 13, 2010
- In a re-match from the Violation 86 main event, the final two men squared off to open Violation 87. This time around NightTrain defeated Jason Sandman.
- Retained against Anthony D'Amato at Violation 88.
- Retained via DQ against Jack Gaither at Violation 89.
- Defeated and retained again against Jack Gaither at Violation 90 in a Weapons lined steel cage match.
- Defended against Cross Recoba at Violation 92 after a Fade to Black.
- At Violation 95 NightTrain retained in a grueling match-up with the 'Wrestling Machine' Nighthawk.
- At V96, having defended the Primetime Title 5 times, NightTrain threw down the title in order to get his Premiere Championship match against fellow Murderers' Row member Slade at Vow 3.1.] Jason Sandman: March 14, 2010 - March 21, 2010
- Following the Fatal Four Way Atlantic Championship match at Violation 86, Champion's Committee Chairman Jake Keeton created the Primetime Championship to replace the Atlantic Title.