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10 Longest Reigning US Champions, Where Does Ambrose Rank

Since Harley Race defeated Johnny Weaver on New Year’s Day in 1975 to become the inaugural United States Champion, the man holding that title has been regarded as one of the top grapplers in the wrestling world. In fact, if you look at the list of champions, you’ll see a litany of competitors who went on to become Superstars, World Champions and WWE Hall of Famers, like Roddy Piper, Sting and Ric Flair.

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Dean Ambore became the 77th competitor to hold the prestigious title after defeating Kofi Kingston at Extreme Rules on May 19, 2013. Since then, The Shield’s ”Lunatic Fringe” has answered every challenge to his championship, whether by hook or by crook.

Today, Ambrose is the longest-reigning champion in WWE … but where does The Hound of Justice rank among the most enduring United States Champions of all time?’s crack statisticians crunched the numbers and found out.

You can view the list: HERE

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5 Responses

  1. chewie225 says:

    He doesn’t even defend it should not count. Wwe is wack with its.champions defending titles now

  2. Helio says:

    @chewie225 – True that! WWE has devalued their own titles.

  3. Jeff Copeland says:

    dean is the worse us champion in history even ryder and santino defended more then that hack has

  4. Deathedge says:

    Yeah, Ambrose’s reign is one of the worse title reigns ever and is just proof WWE just uses the belts (or the midcard ones at least) as props to try and make superstars look more impressive. AJ has even fallen under the same thing as of late.

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