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The Undisputed WhatCulture Heavyweight Championship is a championship created by Adam Pacitti and more specifically their YouTube channel subsidiary 'WhatCulture Wrestling'.

The championship can be contested in a variety of semi-scripted competitions, such as predictions of future wrestling pay-per-views, wrestling themed trivia contests, and professional wrestling bouts on various video games, among other things. There is a rule that if the reigning champion dies the previous champion regains the title.

Despite initially being a one-off gag in the first episode of Adam Vs. Adam, the response to the idea of a championship was well received. It has since grown into a central component of the channel and is widely considered a prestigious title among the internet wrestling community with challengers risking punishments in order to obtain it.

Belt designs Edit

The old and fucked up version original WhatCulture Heavyweight Championship belt was made out of brown cardboard, with finery and details added with marker. It features a paper recreation of the WhatCulture Wrestling Logo in the centre. Underneath the logo is the nameplate. Its shape and design are modelled after the WCW World Heavyweight Championship, or "Big Gold Belt." The belt was intentionally crafted to look cheap and flimsy as a joke and as a reference to the tradition of wrestling fans creating makeshift belts. This version of the belt was destroyed by Rampage Brown at Plumpy's request when he returned to action at the first WCPW live event.

The second version of the belt was first seen during the WhatCultureMania announcement series, displayed among a variety of other wrestling memorabilia. It has a design modelled after the WWE Championship from 2005-2013, or "spinner belt." It features a bedazzled centrepiece with livery and details drawn on by marker. It replaced the destroyed first version at the 2016 Money in the Bank event.

After Pacitti refused to hand the title to Jack after his win at RoadBlock:End Of The Line, Plumpy and Jack announced the return of the classic WhatCulture Belt with tape holding it together.

Reigns Edit

The title is the first world championship in the history of WhatCulture. There have been 4 official champions in the title's history. The inaugural champion was Adam Pacitti. The longest reigning champion is Plumpy, who held the title from November 23, 2015, to February 23, 2016, for a total of 93 days; Plumpy also has the shortest reign in WhatCulture history, at just 28 seconds. Plumpy and Adam Pacitti tie for the record of most reigns, at 6.

The current WhatCulture Heavyweight champion is Plumpy.

No. Champion Reign Date Days Held Won at Notes
1 Adam Pacitti 1 October 12, 2015 43 Adam Vs. Adam #1: Legends of Wrestling The inaugural contest was between Adam Pacitti and Adam Blampied.
2 Adam Blampied 1 November 23, 2015 93 Adam Vs. Adam #4 (Pt.2): WWE Survivor Series 2015 Live Results Reacion The contest was between champion Adam Pacitti and Adam Blampied. This reign is currently the longest in the title's history.
3 Sam Driver 1 February 23, 2016 <1 (55 seconds) Adam Vs. Adam #9 (Pt.2): WWE Fastlane 2016 Live Results Reign was not recognized by Blampied but was later recognised by WCPW GM Adam Pacitti.
4 Adam Blampied 2 February 23, 2016 45 Adam Vs. Adam #9 (Pt.2): WWE Fastlane 2016 Live Results Sam Forfeited his championship to Blampied and joined BX.
5 Jack G. King 1 April 7, 2016 47 WhatCultureMania - LIVE Reactions + Forfeit Had King lost, he would have no longer been able to challenge for the championship. As a result, Blampied was forced to take all previous forfeits as well as kiss King Ross's foot.
6 Adam Blampied 3 May 23, 2016 <1

(28 seconds)

BX Vs. Pacitti Club #6: WWE Extreme Rules 2016 Live Results Had Blampied lost, he would no longer be able to challenge for the championship.
7 Adam Pacitti 2 May 23, 2016 30 BX Vs. Pacitti Club #6: WWE Extreme Rules 2016 Live Results Cashed in the WhatCulture in the Bank briefcase.
8 Vacated N/A June 21, 2016 32 BX Vs. Pacitti Club #7: Money in the Bank 2016 Live Results At the Money in the Bank event, the title was vacated due to a four way tie between Simon Miller, Suzie Kennedy, Sam Driver, and Adam Pacitti.
9 Adam Pacitti 3 July 22, 2016 54 BX vs Pacitti Club#7: The Money in the Bank Tournament This was the culmination of the WhatCulture In the Bank tournament. Adam defeated Suzie Kennedy and then Sam Driver. As the runner-up, Sam Driver was given the WhatCulture in the Bank briefcase.
10 Sam Driver 2 September 13, 2016 65 BX vs Pacitti Club #8: WWE Backlash Live Reactions Because Sam won the title without using the briefcase, he had to forfeit it. Jack would later win the briefcase.
11 Adam Blampied 4 November 16, 2016 21 BX vs Pacitti Club #11 - The Decider The contest was between champion Sam Driver, Blampied and Adam Pacitti. The title was vacated due to a tie between Driver and Plumpy. The two faced each other in a WWE 2K17 match for the vacant title, which Blampied won.
12 Jack G. King 2 December 6, 2016 <1 (45 seconds WWE TLC 2016 Live Reactions The contest was between champion Blampied, Jack G. King and Adam Pacitti.
13 Adam Pacitti 4 December 6, 2016 14 WWE TLC 2016 Live Reactions The contest was between champion Jack G. King, Adam Pacitti, Blampied and Sam Driver.
14 Jack G. King 3 December 19, 2016 41 WWE Roadblock: End Of The Line Reactions The contest was between champion Adam Pacitti, Jack G. King and King Ross.
15 Adam Pacitti 5 January 29, 2017 35 WWE Royal Rumble 2017 Reactions The contest was between champion Jack G. King, Adam Pacitti, Blampied and Sam Driver.
16 Adam Blampied 5 March 5, 2017 28 WWE Fastlane 2017 Reactions The contest was between champion Adam Pacitti and Blampied.
17 Adam Pacitti 6 April 3, 2017 29 Plumpymania - The Last Ever Adam vs Adam Punishment The contest was between champion Adam Blampied and Adam Pacitti. Due to his last Blampied changed his name to Plumpy by deedpoll.
18 Plumpy/Adam Blampied 6 April 30, 2017 118+ WWE Payback 2017 Reactions The contest was between champion Adam Pacitti and Plumpy.
Adam Pacitti 7 August 21, 2017 8+ WWE SummerSlam 2017 Reactions They became co champions after they team up with the same predictions. By winning, Plumpy got back his old name, Adam Blampied.

Combined Reigns Edit

Rank Competitor No. of reigns Combined days
1 Plumpy/Adam Blampied 6 226+
2 Adam Pacitti 7 205+
3 Jack G. King 3 88
4 Sam Driver 2 65