The RFPW European Championship was introduced at the RFPW Supershow of 27 November, 2014.
It was deactivated due to less use in 2015, but made its return in 2016, and saw Freddy Stahl become the first champion of the new era of the championship, who later vacated when he defected to NEW, a splinter group in RFPW unhappy with Mr. Dovito as general manager.
Later on Cedric Alexander was released from contract due to bad backstage behaviour, and was put on hold.
|Alex Riley||19-01-2015||Fight Night S4 E1||11||1|
|Michael Schenkenberg||30-01-2015||The Main Event S4 E1||22||1|
|Danny Vilhena||21-02-2015||Fight Night S4 E5||3||1|
|Harvey Andersen||08-03-2015||Destination Unknown||8||1|
|Ryan||15-03-2015||New Way Home||7||1|
|Chris Knight||06-04-2015||Fight Night Y2 E2||7||1|
|Michael Schenkenberg||13-04-2015||Fight Night Y2 E3||14||3|
|Hiroshi Tanahashi||27-04-2015||Title Games||34||1|
|Jay Skillet||31-05-2015||Nightmare's Decision||36||1|
|Adam Cole||06-07-2015||Fight Night Y2 E13||65||1|
|Deactivated on 9 September, 2015 after Cole couldn't defend for 30 days.|
|Freddy Stahl||02-04-2016||It Takes Two To Have A Match||52||1|
|Vacated by Stahl on 24 May, 2016 as he defected to NEW.|
|Harvey Andersen||05-06-2016||Wrestling Grand Prix of Belgium||58||2|
|Cedric Alexander||02-08-2016||Fight Night 81||30||1|
|Deactivated on 2 September, 2016 after Alexander was released from RFPW.|