Sunday, December 13, 2015
King Shane Williams wins EWA Jr. Heavyweight Championship
A new EWA World Jr. Heavyweight champion was "crowned" Saturday night, December 12, after an exhausting tournament held in Drexel, NC.
King Shane Williams (with Queen Taylor) defeated T.O. in the finals of the tournament. he becomes the 11th wrestler to hold the prestigious title.
The championship had been earlier vacated by Zane Dawson when he failed to make weight. Dawson had held the title since June of 2014.
Williams joins an elite group of wrestlers who have held the title including Mike Lee, Brad Thomas, George South Jr., Jason Jones, Charlie Dreamer, Jake Manning, Caleb Conley, Baron Bullard, and Cedric Alexander, among others.
When asked by reporters how it felt to win the EWA Jr. title, Williams simply replied, "It's good to be King!"
ADDED NOTE: We will be updating our EWA title histories soon!
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