The World/American Greco-Roman Heavyweight Championship and the World/European Greco-Roman Heavyweight Championship was a
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professional wrestling championship contested for throughout the continent of
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North America
.The title existed from 1875 through approximately 1937.https://www.wrestling-titles.com/world/world-gr-h.html The final champion
Georg Hackenschmidt
Georg Hackenschmidt
defeated American Heavyweight Champion, Tom Jenkins, on May 5, 1905 in New York City, New York to unify both titles and become the undisputed World Heavyweight Champion.

World/American Greco-Roman Heavyweight Championship Title history

World/European Greco-Roman Heavyweight Championship Title history

See also

* American Heavyweight Championship * Early wrestling championships *European Heavyweight Championship *World Catch-as-Catch-Can Championship *List of early world heavyweight champions in professional wrestling



External links

World/American Greco-Roman Heavyweight Title at wrestling-titles.com
World heavyweight wrestling championships Greco-Roman wrestling