The NWL St. Louis Championship was the first wrestling title to bear the name of the Mound City.
The title was renamed The Spirit of NWL Championship on December 10, 2017 so the champion could defend outside of Saint Louis. It became the National Wrasslin’ League’s secondary prize and was only defended in No Holds Barred matches.
From January 26 thru April 9, 2017, a 16-man knockout tournament at the Casa Loma Ballroom determined the first champion.
|Todd Letterman||Saint Louis, Mo.||4/9/17||def. Maverick in tournament final; No Holds Barred|
|Maverick||Saint Louis, Mo.||6/4/17||three-way w/ Cornell Douglass|
|Gary Jay||O’Fallon, Mo.||11/5/17||No Holds Barred match|
|Maverick||Shawnee Mission, Kan.||2/23/18||No Holds Barred match|
Jake Something def. Moonshine Mantell (formerly Maverick) on 3/28/19 at the NWL’s successor Journey Pro in Overland Park, Kan.
Jake Dirden def. Jake Something on 11/21/19 at the NWL’s successor Journey Pro in Overland Park, Kan.
Curt Stallion def. Jake Dirden on 2/21/20 at the NWL’s successor Saint Louis Anarchy in Alton, Ill.
Daniel Makabe def. Curt Stallion on 2/21/20 at the NWL’s successor Saint Louis Anarchy in Alton, Ill.
Gary Jay def. Daniel Makabe on 2/21/20 at the NWL’s successor Saint Louis Anarchy in Alton, Ill.
Gary Jay def. Jeremy Wyatt to win the Gateway Heritage Championship on 11/20/21 at the NWL’s successor Saint Louis Anarchy in Granite City, Ill. This unifies and ends the continuation.