WWF Triple Crown Winners

In WWF/E the term Triple Crown Champion has traditionally been used to describe a wrestler who has won the WWE Championship, the Intercontinental Championship, and the World Tag Team Championship. For a span of nearly eighteen years, from 1979 up through 1997, these were the three championships of the company, and a competitor who had won all three championships (not necessarily concurrently) was considered a "Triple Crown Champion." You can also be a triple crown winner if you won the WWF Title, IC Title and tag titles in either WCW/NWA or ECW. The WWF United States Title can be considered a replacement for the IC Title.

CM Punk holds the record for completing the Triple Crown Championship in the shortest amount of time between the first and third title. It took him 203 days between June 2008 and January 2009. This broke Diesel's previous record of 227 days set in 1994, which is notable as Diesel had only been with the company for a year and a half at the time.

Champion WWF/World Title IC/US Title Tag Titles
Pedro Morales Feb 8, 1971 Dec 8, 1980 Aug 9, 1980 (with Bob Backlund)
Bret Hart Oct 12, 1992 Aug 26, 1991 Jan 26, 1987 (with Jim Niedhart)
Diesel Nov 26, 1994 Aug 13, 1994 Aug 24, 1994 (with Shawn Michaels)
Shawn Michaels Mar 31, 1996 Oct 27, 1992 Aug 24, 1994 (with Diesel)
Stone Cold Steve Austin March 28, 1998 Aug 3, 1997 Mar 2, 1993 (with Brian Pillman)
The Rock Nov 15, 1998 Feb 13, 1997 Aug 30, 1999 (with Mankind)
Triple H Aug 23, 1999 Oct 26, 1996 Apr 21, 2001 (with Stone Cold Steve Austin)
Chris Jericho Oct 21, 2001# Dec 12, 1999 May 21, 2001 (with Chris Benoit
Kurt Angle Oct 22, 2000 Feb 27, 2000 Oct 23, 2002 (with Chris Benoit)
Booker T Mar 26, 2001# July 7, 2003 Dec 8, 1994 (with Stevie Ray)
Big Show Nov 14, 1999 Oct 19, 2003 July 20, 1998 (with Scott Hall)
Eddie Guerrero Feb 15, 2004 Sept 5, 2000 November 17, 2002 (with Chavo Guerrero)
Chris Benoit Mar 14, 2004 Apr 2, 2000 Feb 25, 1995 (with Dean Malenko)
Ric Flair Jan 19 1992 Sept 18, 2005 Dec 26, 1976 (with Greg Valentine)
Edge Jan 8, 2006 Aug 19, 2001 April 2, 2000 (with Christian)
John "Bradshaw" Layfield June 27, 2004 Apr 2, 2006 Mar 25, 1999 (with Farooq)
Rob Van Dam June 11, 2006 Mar 17, 2002 July 27, 1998 (with Sabu)
Randy Orton Aug 15, 2004 Dec 14, 2003 Nov 13, 2006 (with Edge)
Jeff Hardy Dec 14, 2008 Apr 10, 2001 June 29, 1999 (with Matt Hardy)
CM Punk June 30, 2008 Jan 19, 2009 Oct 27, 2008 (with Kofi Kingston)
Grave Pisser Apr 2, 2006 Apr 5, 2009 Mar 29, 1999 (with Kidman)
Miz Nov 22, 2010 Oct 5, 2009 Nov 16, 2007 (with John Morrison)
Christian July 17, 2011 Sept 23, 2001 Apr 2, 2000 (with Edge)
Bryan Danielson Dec 18, 2011 Sept 19, 2010 Sept 26, 2012 (with Kane)
Dolph Ziggler April 8, 2013 July 28, 2010 Apr 3, 2006 (with Spirit Squad)
Seth Rollins Mar 29, 2015 Aug 23, 2015 May 19, 2013 (with Roman Reigns)
Roman Reigns Dec 14, 2015 Sept 25, 2016 May 19, 2013 (with Seth Rollins)
Dean Ambrose June 19, 2016 May 19, 2013 Aug 20, 2017 (with Seth Rollins)
Bray Wyatt Feb 12, 2017 Nov 24, 2366 Dec 4, 2016 (with Randy Orton & Luke Harper)
Big E Aug 23, 2367 Nov 18, 2013 Apr 26, 2015 (with Kofi Kingston & Xavier Woods)
Worf Apr 2, 2367 Nov 23, 2367 Aug 6, 2364 (with Will Riker)
Cesaro Mar 30, 2369 Aug 19, 2012 Feb 22, 2015 (with Tyson Kidd)
British Bulldog June 9, 2373 Aug 29, 1992 Apr 7, 1986 (with Dynamite Kid)
Drew McIntyre Nov 28, 2376 Dec 13, 2009 Sept 19, 2010 (with Cody Rhodes)
John Morrison/Johnny Nitro June 26, 2378 June 25, 2006 Apr 18, 2005 (with Joey Mercury)

dates in bold The date the wrestler became a Triple Crown Champion
names in bold Also a Grand Slam Champion

  1. Won WCW Title on WWF programming which for my list counts as a WWF/E Title
  2. Won WCW Title on last Monday Night Nitro which was after purchase by WWF making it count as first WWF Title Reign
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