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The Undisputed WhatCulture Heavyweight Championship is a championship created and promoted by WhatCulture Wrestling. The championship is mainly defended for WWE pay-per-views and the winner is whoever can predict the most matches correct and the one with the least correct taking a punishment. The last champion was Plumpy.

History Edit

Unveiled on October 22, 2015 in the second episode of Adam vs. Adam and was won in the first episode by Adam Pacitti in a Legends of Wrestling video game match defeating Adam Blampied. The title was then destroyed by Adam Blampied and Rampage on WCPW Loaded Episode 1. A new design for the title was then unveiled on the Money in the Bank 2016 Reaction video by Adam Blampied. After Jack King defeated Pacitti for the title, Pacitti left, keeping the title. After Pacitti was injured by being put through a table by Bully Ray on WCPW Loaded Episode 20, Jack brought back the original during the Royal Rumble 2017 Prediction video, repaired with duct tape and announced himself as champion due to winning it before. Pacitti then return with the current title during the Royal Rumble 2017 Reaction video and eventually winning back the original title becoming the undisputed champion.

Design Edit

The original title design was carved from the shipping box that came with Adam Pacitti's office chair. The design could be inspired by the now retired World Heavyweight Championship used by WCW and WWE, with WhatCulture's logo in the center, and the champion's name shown at the bottom. The current title design is modeled after the spinner WWE Championship used from 2005 to 2013 with the WhatCulture Wrestling logo in the middle.

Rules Edit

The date and days held are determine by either the PPV date or, if it is an WhatCulture exclusive video, the day the video was released. The reigns that ended the same day they were won are determined by how early in the video they won won it (i.e. at least 1 point more that everyone else for the rest of the video to the moment they lost it.) Also, on the WWE Survivor Series 2016 Reactions video it was determined that if the current champion ties with another person the champion retains.

Appearances Edit

List of WhatCulture Heavyweight Champions Edit

No. Champion Reign Date Days held Video Successful defenses Scores Notes
1 Adam Pacitti 1 October 12, 2015 41 Legends of Wrestling 2 N/A Defeated Adam Blampied in an in-game match on Legends of Wrestling to become inaugural champion, however the title was not unveiled until October 22, 2015.
2 Adam Blampied 1 November 22, 2015 92 WWE Survivor Series 2015 Live Results Reaction 4 Adam Blampied - 6/7
Adam Pacitti - 5/7
Aired on tape delay on November 23, 2015.
3 Sam Driver 1 February 22, 2016 <1 (13 minutes and 6 seconds) WWE Fastlane 2016 Live Results 0 Sam Driver - 6/7
Jack King - 4/7
Suzie Kennedy - 3/7
Adam Blampied - 3/7
Aired on tape delay on February 23, 2016.
4 Adam Blampied 2 41 3 N/A Sam Driver forfeited the title to Blampied and joined B-Generation X. Aired on tape delay on February 23, 2016
5 Jack King 1 April 3, 2016 49 WhatCultureMania - Live Reactions + Forfeit 1 Jack King - 5/11
Adam Blampied - 4/11
Aired on tape delay on April 7, 2016.
6 Adam Blampied 3 May 22, 2016 <1 (13 minutes and 9 seconds) WWE Extreme Rules 2016 Live Results 0 Adam Blampied - 7/8
Jack King - 4/8
Aired on tape delay on May 23, 2016.
7 Adam Pacitti 2 28 0 N/A This was a wrestling match after Pacitti cashed in his WhatCulture in the Bank briefcase. Jack King was the special guest referee. Aired on tape delay on May 23, 2016.
Vacated June 19, 2016 WWE Money In The Bank 2016 Live Results Adam Pacitti - 7/10
Sam Driver - 7/10
Suzie Kennedy - 7/10
Simon Miller - 7/10
Jack King - 6/10
Adam Blampied - 4/10
The title was vacated after a four way tie between Pacitti, Sam Driver, Suzie Kennedy, and Simon Miller. Aired on tape delay on June 21, 2016.
8 Adam Pacitti 3 July 22, 2016 51 The Money In The Bank Tournament 2 N/A Defeated Sam Driver in the finals of a WWE 2K16 Money in the Bank tournament to win the vacant title.
9 Sam Driver 2 September 11, 2016 49 WWE Backlash 2016 Live Reactions 1 Sam Driver - 6/6
Adam Blampied - 4/7
Adam Pacitti - 3/6
Jack King - 3/6
Aired on tape delay on September 13, 2016.
Vacated October 30, 2016 WWE Hell in a Cell 2016 Live Results Sam Driver - 6/8
Adam Blampied - 6/8
Adam Pacitti - 5/8
The title was vacated after a tie between Driver and Adam Blampied. Aired on tape delay on November 3, 2016.
10 Adam Blampied 4 November 16, 2016 18 The Decider 1 N/A Defeated Sam Driver in a WWE 2K17 match to win the vacant title.
11 Jack King 2 December 4, 2016 <1 (13 minutes and 45 seconds) WWE TLC 2016 Live Reactions 0 Jack King - 5/6
Adam Blampied - 3/6
Adam Pacitti - 2/6
Aired on December 6, 2016 on tape delay
12 Adam Pacitti 4 54 0 N/A This was a wrestling match after Pacitti cashed in his WhatCulture in the Bank briefcase. Adam Blampied was the special guest referee. Aired on December 6, 2016 on tape delay. On the WWE Roadblock: End of the Line Live Reactions on December 18, 2016, Jack King actually beat Pacitti for the title, 5/7 to 4/7, however Pacitti left before the final match result and therefore kept the title.
13 Jack King 3 January 27, 2017 2 WWE Royal Rumble 2017 Predictions 0 N/A Adam Pacitti got injured after being put through a table by Bully Ray on WCPW Loaded Episode 20. When Jack, Adam Blampied and Cardboard Pacitti were making predictions they wondered what they would fight for and Jack brought back the original title belt and announced himself as the champion due to winning the Roadblock: End of the Line predictions.
14 Adam Pacitti 5 January 29, 2017 35 WWE Royal Rumble 2017 Reactions 1 Adam Pacitti - 5/8
Adam Blampied - 4/8
Sam Driver - 4/8
Jack King - 2/8
Pacitti return during the reactions video and claimed he was still the true champion and took Carboard Pacitti's predictions, who was leading at the time 2/2, and eventually won becoming the undisputed champion. Aired on tape delay February 1, 2017.
15 Adam Blampied 5 March 5, 2017 28 WWE Fastlane 2017 Reactions 0 Adam Blampied - 5/8
Adam Pacitti - 4/8
Aired on tape delay on March 8, 2017.
16 Adam Pacitti 6 April 2, 2017 28 Plumpymania - The Last Ever Adam Vs Adam Punishment 0 Adam Pacitti - 8/13
Adam Blampied - 7/13
The loser of the bet would also change his name to Plumpy, since Blampied lost he was renamed Plumpy in all future WhatCulture Wrestling videos. Aired on tape delay on April 3, 2017.
17 Plumpy 6 April 30, 2017 112 WWE Payback 2017 Reactions 0 Plumpy - 5/8
Adam Pacitti - 4/8
Formerly known as Adam Blampied. Aired on tape delay on May 2, 2017.
18 Adam Blampied August 20, 2017 55 WWE Summerslam 2017 Reactions 0 Adam Pacitti' - 6/13'Plumpy - 6/13
Jack King - 2/13
Both Adam's became co-champions after they teamed up with the same predictions. By winning, Plumpy also got back his old name, Adam Blampied.
Adam Pacitti 7
Retired October 14, 2017 N/A N/A The title was retired due to Adam Blampied, along with his colleagues Adam Pacitti, Sam Driver, Jack King and Ross Tweddell, leaving WhatCulture.

Combined Reigns Edit

Note: * Designates the current champion

Adam B

Adam Blampied/Plumpy has the longest single reign as Whatculture Heavyweight Champion with the original title design.

Rank Wrestler No. of reigns Combined days Total Successful Defenses
1 Adam Pacitti 7 292 5
2 Adam Blampied/Plumpy* 6 346 8
3 Jack King 3 51 1
4 Sam Driver 2 49 1