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The Grand Slam Championship is an accomplishment in professional wrestling. It is a distinction made to a professional wrestler who has won four specific championships or all available championships within a promotion. National promotions that recognize this include World Wrestling Entertainment and Total Nonstop Action Wrestling. Notable Independent promotions include Florida Championship Wrestling. The four titles typically feature three levels of singles championships and a tag team championship. These singles championships include a primary, secondary, and tertiary championship. As a result, a Grand Slam Champion is also inherently a Triple Crown Champion, which consists of only two levels of singles titles (primary and secondary) and a tag team title.


Classic Format (To 2016)

You need one championship from each catagory to become a Grand Slam Champion.

Classic Grand Slam Champions

  1. Shawn Michaels
  2. Triple H
  3. Kane
  4. Chris Jericho
  5. Kurt Angle
  6. Eddie Guerrero
  7. Rob Van Dam
  8. Booker T
  9. Jeff Hardy
  10. John Bradshaw Layfield
  11. Christian
  12. Big Show

Modern format (2016 to Present)

Grandslam Champions

  1. Kurt Angle
  2. Eddie Guerrero
  3. Edge
  4. Big Show
  5. The Miz
  6. Daniel Bryan
  7. Chris Jericho
  8. Dean Ambrose
  9. Roman Reigns
  10. Randy Orton
  11. Seth Rollins
  12. Jeff Hardy

TNA / Impact

Impact Stars need one title from each category to qualify. TNA Championships

Grand Slam Holders

See Also

Triple Crown Championship, Home