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The Halifax version of the NWA Canadian Heavyweight Championship was first defended in the Eastern Sports Association only in 1977, the year the promotion closed. The title was imported from George Cannon's 'Canadian Wrestling' based in Ontario to replace the ESA's North American Heavyweight Championship, which had been moved over to short-lived rival promotion Trans-Canada Wrestling.
|Luis Martinez||1||Prior to April 30, 1977||Arrived as champion (Ontario?)|
|Sailor White||1||May 18, 1977||Halifax, Nova Scotia|
|Stonewall Jackson||1||June 18, 1977||New Glasgow, Nova Scotia|
|Don Fargo||1||July 16, 1977||New Glasgow, Nova Scotia|
|Terry Sawyer||1||July 27, 1977||Halifax, Nova Scotia|
|David Schultz||1||August 9, 1977||Halifax, Nova Scotia|
|Terry Sawyer||2||August 10, 1977||Halifax, Nova Scotia|
|David Schultz||2||August 13, 1977||New Glasgow, Nova Scotia|
|Title retired||1977||Eastern Sports Association closes|