The EAW Hall of Fame Championship is a professional e-wrestling championship in Elite Answers Wrestling (EAW). It is an interbranded championship that is able to be compete across the three brands of EAW, only if you have become inducted in the Hall of Fame. It was first established in March 2014 when Hall of Famer Jaywalker created the championship on an episode of Dynasty.
On an episode of Dynasty, Jaywalker created the Hall of Fame Championship and deemed that to compete for the Hall of Fame Championship, you must be a member of the Hall of Fame, implied by the title.
Jaywalker defended the championship, even facing in an epic encounter at Pain for Pride Seven where he defended the championship against Hall of Famer, Heart Break Boy, in a heavily personal and emotional contest. At Midsummer Massacre VI, Cameron Ella Ava was able to defeat Jaywalker, barring him from competition inside an EAW ring and forcing his retirement.
The inaugural champion was Jaywalker as he was awarded the championship by himself as he created it on an episode of Dynasty. There have been seven (7) champions to hold the championship in eight (8) reigns. Cameron Ella Ava and Devan Dubian are tied for the most reigns, with two (2) each. The longest reigning champion is Dark Demon, holding the championship for eight (8) months (between Pain for Pride Eight and Reasonable Doubt). The shortest reigning champion was Cameron Ella Ava, holding the championship for one (1) month (between Triple Threat and Pain for Pride Eight). The EAW Hall of Fame Championship is currently inactive. It was retired after Ares Vendetta and Jaywalker burned the championship in a trashcan on an episode of Showdown 2017.
The reign number for the specific set of wrestlers listed
Indicates what number the reign is
The event promoted by the respective promotion in which the titles were won
The information is not available or is unknown
Used for vacated reigns so as not to count it as an official reign
Span of Time
EAW Hall of Fame Championship
March 2014 - Present
As of September 21, 2020.
† indicates reigns and title changes not recognized by EAW.