The AEW TNT Championship is a men's professional wrestling television championship created and promoted by the American promotion All Elite Wrestling (AEW). Established on March 30, 2020, it is named after the TNT television network, which currently airs AEW's weekly programs, Collision and Rampage, as well as the promotion's Battle of the Belts quarterly television specials.
As of August 8, 2023, there have been 19 reigns between 10 champions. Cody Rhodes, then known simply as Cody, was the inaugural champion. He is also tied with Sammy Guevara and Wardlow for the most reigns at three. Darby Allin's first reign is the longest at 186 days and he also has the longest combined reign at 214 days, while Wardlow's second reign is the shortest at 3 days. Allin is also the youngest champion at the age of 27, while Samoa Joe was the oldest, winning the title at 43. Luchasaurus is the current champion in his first reign. He won the title by defeating Wardlow on the debut episode of Collision on June 17, 2023.
|No.||Overall reign number|
|Reign||Reign number for the specific champion|
|Days||Number of days held|
|Days recog.||Number of days held recognized by the promotion|
|+||Current reign is changing daily|
|No.||Champion||Championship change||Reign statistics||Notes||Ref.|
|1||Cody||May 23, 2020||Double or Nothing||Jacksonville, FL||1||82||91||Defeated Lance Archer in the finals of an eight-man single-elimination tournament to become the inaugural champion. AEW recognizes Cody's reign as ending on August 22, 2020, when the following episode aired on tape delay.|||
|2||Mr. Brodie Lee||August 13, 2020||Dynamite||Jacksonville, FL||1||55||46||AEW recognizes Lee's reign as beginning on August 22, 2020, when the episode aired on tape delay.|||
|3||Cody||October 7, 2020||Dynamite:
Chris Jericho's 30th Anniversary Celebration
|Jacksonville, FL||2||31||31||This was a Dog Collar match.|||
|4||Darby Allin||November 7, 2020||Full Gear||Jacksonville, FL||1||186||186|||
|5||Miro||May 12, 2021||Dynamite||Jacksonville, FL||1||140||140|||
|6||Sammy Guevara||September 29, 2021||Dynamite||Rochester, NY||1||84||87||AEW recognizes Guevara's reign as ending on December 25, 2021, when the following episode aired on tape delay.|||
|7||Cody Rhodes||December 22, 2021||Rampage:
|Greensboro, NC||3||35||32||AEW recognizes Rhodes' reign as beginning on December 25, 2021, when the episode aired on tape delay, and ending on January 26, 2022.
Previously known as Cody.
|—||Sammy Guevara (Interim champion)||January 8, 2022||Battle of the Belts I||Charlotte, NC||—||18||—||Lineal champion Cody Rhodes was originally scheduled to defend the title against Guevara at this event, but was pulled due to COVID-19-related issues. Guevara was instead scheduled to face Dustin Rhodes to determine the interim TNT Champion.|||
|8||Sammy Guevara||January 26, 2022||Dynamite:
|Cleveland, OH||2||42||42||Defeated lineal champion Cody Rhodes in a ladder match to determine the undisputed champion. AEW officially recognizes this as the start of Guevara's second reign.|||
|9||Scorpio Sky||March 9, 2022||Dynamite||Estero, FL||1||37||38||AEW recognizes Sky's reign as ending on April 16, 2022, when the following event aired on tape delay.|||
|10||Sammy Guevara||April 15, 2022||Battle of the Belts II||Garland, TX||3||12||11||AEW recognizes Guevara's reign as beginning on April 16, 2022, when the event aired on tape delay.|||
|11||Scorpio Sky||April 27, 2022||Dynamite||Philadelphia, PA||2||70||70||This was a ladder match.|||
|12||Wardlow||July 6, 2022||Dynamite||Rochester, NY||1||136||136||This was a Street Fight.|||
|13||Samoa Joe||November 19, 2022||Full Gear||Newark, NJ||1||46||46||This was a three-way match, also involving Powerhouse Hobbs, who Joe submitted.|||
|14||Darby Allin||January 4, 2023||Dynamite||Seattle, WA||2||28||28|||
|15||Samoa Joe||February 1, 2023||Dynamite||Dayton, OH||2||32||32||This was a No Holds Barred match.|||
|16||Wardlow||March 5, 2023||Revolution||San Francisco, CA||2||3||3|||
|17||Powerhouse Hobbs||March 8, 2023||Dynamite||Sacramento, CA||1||42||42||This was a Falls Count Anywhere match that Hobbs won by technical knockout.|||
|18||Wardlow||April 19, 2023||Dynamite||Pittsburgh, PA||3||59||59|||
|19||Luchasaurus||June 17, 2023||Collision||Chicago, IL||1||52+||52+|||
As of August 8, 2023.
|†||Indicates the current champion|
rec. by AEW
|8||Mr. Brodie Lee||1||55||46|