|ITF Ironman Cup|
|Current champion(s)||Antonio Rodreigo|
|Date Won||Jun 4, 2015|
|League||New-NAW/AWP Independent Training Facility|
|Retired||November 29th, 2015|
|Most reigns||Kid Jack (1), Cleatus Tumbleweed (1), Antonio Rodreigo (1)|
|First Champion||Kid Jack|
|Last Champion||Antonio Rodreigo|
|Longest Reign||Antonio Rodreigo|
|Shortest Reign||Kid Jack|
|Heaviest Champion||Cleatus Tumbleweed|
|Lightest Champion||Kid Jack|
The ITF Ironman Cup was created by the New-NAW/APW Independent Training Facility to be used for their training superstars. On November 2015, the Ironman Cup was retired in favor of the ITF World Heavyweight Championship being the brand's sole prize. The final holder of the cup was Antonio Rodreigo. The Ironman Cup had one of the most interesting rules in CAW history. The rules vary depending on the match sake. The rules were as following.
- The Cup can only be defended and won in multiple man matches that are elimination.
- Battle Royals, Gauntlets, Scramble, Time Limit Brawls, ect.
- Exception to this rule is a Singles Ironman Match which is acceptable.
- The Cup can have specific rules in any match.
- No pinfalls, No Submissions, Only Pinfalls, Only Submission, ect.
- The Cup's holder must always be in the next match defending.
- CAW's not training at the New-NAW/AWP Independent Training Facility can compete for the Cup also.
- Only Original CAW's who are only signed to developmental leagues can compete for the cup.
ITF Ironman Cup Match History
|Match||Participants||Winner||Reign||Defenses||Match Type||Match Rules|
|Kid Jack||1||0||Lucky 7 Gauntlet||*Pinfall/Over Top Rope Only *First 2 Eliminated Over Top Rope become Lumberjacks|
|Cleatus Tumbleweed (and team)||1||0||The Formidable 4 Gauntlet||*Pinfall or Submission|
|Antonio Rodreigo||1||0+||The Horror Chamber||*Pinfall or Submission|
|The ITF Ironman Cup is retired in favor of the ITF World Heavyweight Championship being the sole prize.|