|URWL North American Championship|
|Last champion||Aleksander Kuleshov|
|Date Won||December 25th, 2008|
|Date Retired||Oct 4th, 2014|
The URWL North American Championship was the third most prestigious singles title belt in the Unnecessary Roughness Wrestling League. The title was renamed the URWL Russian Championship after Aleksandar Kuleshov defeated The Commander for the championship at Popular Demand 2008. The Title was officially retired on URWL Live #1, where both titles were retired in place of the new URWL Federational Championship, won by then URWL Russian (previously North American) Champion, Aleksandar Kuleshov.
The URWL North American Championship was established in early 2002, replacing the former URWL United States Title. It was known as the North American Title throughout the text-based era and throughout the duration of United National Wrestling until the YouTube Era, when the belt was redesigned in time for Season 2 of the URWL on YouTube.
CAW Era Title History
|Merle Haggard Jr.||1||June 12 2007||Orchard Park, NY||Defeated Wes Tomerka||1|
|Blood||1||December 13th 2007||Orchard Park, NY||Defeated Merle Haggard Jr.||3|
|The Commander||1||May 17th 2008||Kansas City, MO||Defeated Blood||0|
|Aleksander Kuleshov||1||December 25th, 2008||Las Angeles, CA||Defeated The Commander||?|
|Title was unified with the URWL Internet Championship to form the URWL Federational Championship|