The ECW World Television Championship was the secondary title in Extreme Championship Wrestling from 1992 until it folded in 2001. It was originally called the ECW television championship. The title was almost on level with the ECW World Title when Rob Van Dam held it due to the calibre of matches he had. He had a 23-month reign as champion that only ended due to an injury. His title reign had propelled him into the World Title picture when the injury occurred.
The ECW World Television Championship was introduced on August 12, 1992 under Eastern Championship Wrestling, the precursor to ECW as the Eastern Championship Wrestling Television Championship. At the time Eastern Championship Wrestling was a member of the National Wrestling Alliance (NWA). In September 1994, Eastern Championship Wrestling seceded from the National Wrestling Alliance, and became Extreme Championship Wrestling. The title then became known as the Extreme Championship Wrestling World Television Championship. The title continued to be defended within the promotion until April 2001, when ECW closed down. ECW's assets were subsequently purchased by World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE). In 2006, WWE relaunched the ECW franchise as a WWE brand that remained active until 2010 but did not bring back the title, choosing only to revive the ECW World Heavyweight Championship.
- Extreme Championship Wrestling
- Champion history - History of the wrestlers who have held the belt.
- Title matches - Matches in which the title was defended.
- Champion gallery - A gallery of all champions.