WWF Grand Slam Winners

In WWE (formerly the World Wrestling Federation and World Wrestling Entertainment) the term "Grand Slam Champion" was originally used by Shawn Michaels to describe himself upon winning the European Championship on September 20, 1997. In WWF/E the term Grand Slam Champion has traditionally been used to describe a wrestler who has won the WWE Title, the Intercontinental Title, the European Title and the World Tag Team Titles. You can also be a grand slam winner if you won the WWF Title, IC Title, European Tile and tag titles in either WCW/NWA or ECW. The WWF United States Title can be considered a replacement for the IC Title.

Champion WWF/Word Title IC/US Title European Title Tag Titles
Shawn Michaels Mar 31, 1996 Oct 27 1992 Sept 20, 1997 Aug 24, 1994 (with Diesel)
Triple H Aug 23, 1999 Oct 21, 1996 Dec 11, 1997 Apr 29, 2001 (with Steve Austin)
Chris Jericho Oct 21, 2001# Dec 12, 1999 Apr 2, 2000 May 21, 2001 (with Chris Benoit)
Kurt Angle Oct 22, 2000 Feb 27, 2000 Feb 8, 2000 Oct 22, 2002(with Chris Benoit)
Eddie Guerrero Feb 15, 2004 Sept 5, 2000 Apr 3, 2000 November 17, 2002 (with Chavo Guerrero)
John "Bradshaw" Layfield June 27, 2004 Apr 2, 2006 Oct 22, 2001 Mar 25, 1999 (with Farooq)
Jeff Hardy Dec 14, 2008 Apr 10, 2001 July 8, 2002 June 29, 1999 (with Matt Hardy)
Christian July 17, 2011 Sept 23, 2001 Oct 30, 2001 Apr 2, 2000 (with Edge)
Big E Aug 23, 2367 Nov 18, 2013 July 24, 2366 Apr 26, 2015 (with Kofi Kingston & Xavier Woods)
Worf Apr 2, 2367 Nov 23, 2367 Jan 1, 2368 Aug 6, 2364 (with Will Riker)
British Bulldog June 9, 2373 Aug 29, 1992 Feb 26, 1997 Apr 7, 1986 (with Dynamite Kid)
Bryan Danielson Dec 18, 2011 Sept 19, 2010 Aug 5, 2376 Sept 26, 2012 (with Kane)

dates in bold The date the wrestler became a Triple Crown Champion

  1. Won WCW Title on WWF programming which for my list counts as a WWF/E Title
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