The WWWF U.S.A. Heavyweight Championship (often just referred to as the WWWF United States Championship) was a singles title used sporadically in the World Wide Wrestling Federation between 1963 and 1977. During the variable periods in which it was used, the title served as the promotion's secondary singles championship to the WWWF World Heavyweight Championship. After the title was retired for good, it was replaced with the [[WWF North American Heavyweight Championship] as the promotion's secondary title.

This title has no connection to the current WWE United States Championship, the lineage of which dates back to the NWA/WCW United States Heavyweight Championship originally created in 1975 in Mid-Atlantic Championship Wrestling. The full name listed on the physical belt did read World Wide Wrestling Federation U.S.A. Heavyweight Championship.

Title Lineage

Vacated - December 29, 1970

Vacated - February 8, 1971

Deactivated - March 1976 - Brazil was the final champion after the WWF abandoned the title in March 1976

See Also

WWE Championships