Grand Slam (professional wrestling) - National promotions - WWE

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Structured data parsed from Wikipedia. WWE In WWE (formerly WWF), the term 'Grand Slam' was originally used by Shawn Michaels to describe himself upon winning the European Championship on September 20, 1997. Michaels previously held the WWF Championship, Intercontinental Championship, and the Tag Team Championship with Diesel. In May 2001, WWF.com indicated that the Hardcore Championship was an acceptable substitute for the European Championship in the Grand Slam. Kane, who had defeated Triple H for the Intercontinental Championship at Judgment Day on May 20, 2001, was acknowledged as a Grand Slam winner as he had 'become the only superstar in World Wrestling Federation history that has held the Intercontinental title as well as the Hardcore, Tag Team and WWF titles'. In April 2006, Kurt Angle was noted as being a former Grand Slam winner on WWE.com, having won the WWE, WWE Tag Team, Intercontinental, and European Championship, indicating that WWE considers the WWE Tag Team Championship to be an acceptable substitute for the World Tag Team Championship. In August 2007, WWE.com published an article listing Shawn Michaels' championship reigns that completed the Grand Slam. They included the WWE, World Heavyweight, World Tag Team, Intercontinental, and European Championship. The inclusion of the World Heavyweight Championship indicated that WWE considered the title to be an acceptable substitute for the WWE Championship in completing the Grand Slam. .mw parser output .tmulti .thumbinner{display:flex;flex direction:column}.mw parser output .tmulti .trow{display:flex;flex direction:row;clear:left;flex wrap:wrap;width:100%;box sizing:border box}.mw parser output .tmulti .tsingle{margin:1px;float:left}.mw parser output .tmulti .theader{clear:both;font weight:bold;text align:center;align self:center;background color:transparent;width:100%}.mw parser output .tmulti .thumbcaption{text align:left;background color:transparent}.mw parser output .tmulti .text align left{text align:left}.mw parser output .tmulti .text align right{text align:right}.mw parser output .tmulti .text align center{text align:center}@media all and (max width:720px){.mw parser output .tmulti .thumbinner{width:100%!important;box sizing:border box;max width:none!important;align items:center}.mw parser output .tmulti .trow{justify content:center}.mw parser output .tmulti .tsingle{float:none!important;max width:100%!important;box sizing:border box;text align:center}.mw parser output .tmulti .thumbcaption{text align:center}} At ECW One Night Stand in June 2006, Rob Van Dam became the first superstar acquired by WWE after the purchase of World Championship Wrestling and Extreme Championship Wrestling in 2001 to complete the Grand Slam when he defeated John Cena for the WWE Championship. Booker T became the second star acquired by the purchase to complete the Grand Slam when he defeated Rey Mysterio for the World Heavyweight Championship at The Great American Bash in July 2006. Booker has held the World Tag Team, Intercontinental, and Hardcore titles. Following WrestleMania 31 in 2015, WWE (which four years earlier ended the brand extension and unified several titles before that) established an updated version of the Grand Slam consisting of the four then active men's titles in WWE: the WWE World, Intercontinental, United States, and WWE Tag Team Championships. Twelve wrestlers have been recognized as Grand Slam winners under these new parameters (including five who were already recognized as Grand Slam winners under the original guidelines). The brand extension was re established in 2016, and with that WWE indicated that two new championships that had been introduced, the WWE Universal Championship and the SmackDown Tag Team Championship, count as acceptable substitutes for their counterpart titles (WWE Championship and WWE Tag Team – now Raw Tag Team – respectively) as part of the Grand Slam. Chris Jericho has completed the original format the fastest, completing it in 728 days between December 1999 and December 2001, while Kurt Angle completed the modern format the fastest, completing it in 966 days between February 2000 and October 2002. As of April 6, 2019, there have been 19 individual Grand Slam Champions. Fourteen wrestlers have only achieved it once, seven under the original format and seven under the modern format, while five wrestlers have achieved the Grand Slam under both formats, three of whom automatically became modern Grand Slam champions at the introduction of the modern format (with the same titles they won while becoming original Grand Slam champions), and two who became modern Grand Slam champions after the modern format was introduced (with different titles won to complete both formats). Guide Guide italics bold bold italics Original format Original format

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