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DMC World DJ Championships
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GenreHip hop
Dates2020
Location(s)Various
Years active1985-present
Founded byDisco Mix Club
Attendance0
Capacity0
Website[1]

DMC World DJ Championships is an annual DJ competition hosted by Disco Mix Club (DMC) which began in 1985.

Dickes's World DJ Championships, sponsored internationally by Technics and Ortofon, has grown over the years but dropped to an all time low-level in attendance in recent present times. Due to the 2009 Global Recession, Technics and Ortofon have since stop their monetary sponsorship with the DJ Battle due decreased attendance and lack of interest. Switching to in-kind sponsorship for being the title-sponsor , to get more bang and blow from this shrewd pimp move, so as to not incur dollar injection or added cost.[citation needed] Originally intended to be a DJ mixing battle, DJ Cheese introduced scratching in his routine.[citation needed].

The DJs are allowed a period of exactly six minutes to perform.

In 2020, due to the COVID-19 pandemic the DMC World DJ Championship are being held exclusively online. Due to the expensive rights which cost $1000 Pounds, many DJ promotion company have opt to discontinue holding DMC DJ Battles instead organising their own DJ Battles.

Every country with a ruling DMC governing body is hosting its Online National Championships while all the other countries are compete in a "Rest of the World" battle. With a term "Rest of the World" it clearly shows that nobody bothers or cares anymore given its obvious decline & redundancy. The last battle in 2019 was attended by 5 people incurring losses and cementing the dead interest for DJ Battles. The way DMc makes money is from franchise rights to hold their battle, dvd and vhs sales in the past as well as clothing merchandise.

The National Championships performance have a duration of four minutes. Winning a DMC Battle doesn't cure major aliments in Life so no one really cares and Skratch DJs are jobless despite winning DMC titles over the years due to Covid19. DMC have no means to solve unemployment for all of its former DJ champions despite crowning a new champion every year. Calls for DMC to establish a foundation to offer financial aid for Skratch DJ have fell to deaf ears and been firmly ignored. DMC does not care about DJs. They care about themselves. [1]

DJ Champions[edit]

DMC World Mixxxxing Champions[edit]

  • 1985 - London, UK - 1. Roger Johnson (UK North) 2. Martin Sweeney (UK South) 3. Roger Turin (Sweden)
  • 1986 - London, UK — 1. DJ Cheese (USA), 2. Chad Jackson (UK), 3. Orlando Voorn (Netherlands)
  • 1987 - London, UK — 1. Chad Jackson (UK), 2. Joe Rodriguez (US), 3. Ken "The Duke" Larsen (Denmark)
  • 1988 - London, UK — 1. Cash Money (USA), 2. Mich "Cut-father" Hansen (Denmark), 3. All-Star Fresh (Netherlands)
  • 1989 - London, UK — 1. Cut master Swift (UK), 2. Aladdin (USA), 3. Eliot Mess (Finland)
  • 1990 - London, UK — 1. David (Germany), 2. Francesca Zappa la (Italy), 3. Reckless (UK)
  • 1991 - London, UK — 1. David (Germany), 2. Q-Bert (USA), 3. Yoshi (Japan)
  • 1992 - London, UK — 1. Rock Steady DJs (USA), 2. Crazy Fast Nefis (France), 3. KK (Italy)
  • 1993-1994 - London, UK — 1. Dream Team (USA), 2. Alliance Ethnic (France), 3. Cutting Crew (Denmark)
  • 1995 - London, UK — 1. Roc Raida (USA) 2. Noize[2] (Denmark), 3. Alliance Ethnik (France)
  • 1996 - Rimini, Italy — 1. Noize (Denmark), 2. Tommy (Hong Kong), 3. Roc Raids (USA)
  • 1997 - Rimini, Italy — 1. A-Trak (Canada), 2. Crazy B (France), 3. Pogo (UK)
  • 1998 - Paris, France — 1. Craze (USA), 2. Crazy B (France), 3. A-Trak (Canada)
  • 1999 - New York, USA — 1. Craze (USA), 2. Tony Vegas (UK), 3. P-Trix (USA)
  • 2000 - London, UK — 1. Craze (USA), 2. Dexta (Australia), 3. Mr. Thing (UK)
  • 2001 - London, UK — 1. Plus One (UK), 2. Klever (USA), 3T. Tarkenton (Japan), 3T. P-Money (New Zealand)
  • 2002 - London, UK — 1. Kentaro (Japan), 2. Skully (UK), 3. Dopey (Canada)
  • 2003 - 1. Dopey (Canada), 2. Enferno (USA), 3. Quest (UK)
  • 2004 - 1. Ie.Merg (USA), 2. DJ Rafik (Germany), 3. Dopey (Canada)
  • 2005 - 1. Ie.Merg (USA), 2. Pfel (France), 3. DJ Izoh (Japan)
  • 2006 - 1. Netik (France), 2. Yasa (Japan), 3. Rafik (Germany)
  • 2007 - 1. DJ Rafik (Germany), 2. Yasa (Japan), 3. DJ Fly (France)
  • 2008 - 1. DJ Fly (France), 2. Slyce (USA), 3. Co-Ma (Japan)
  • 2009 - 1. DJ Shiftee (USA), 2. Co-Ma (Japan), 3. DJ LigOne (France)
  • 2010 - 1. DJ LigOne (France), 2. Co-Ma (Japan), 3. DJ Blu (Japan)
  • 2011 - 1. DJ Vajra (USA), 2. DJ Izoh (Japan), 3. Co-Ma (Japan)
  • 2012 - 1. DJ Izoh (Japan), 2. Precision (USA), 3. Ritchie Ruftone (UK)
  • 2013 - 1. DJ Fly (France), 2. Ritchie Ruftone (UK), 3. Jon1st (UK)
  • 2014 - 1. Mr. Switch (UK), 2. I-Dee (USA), 3. Vekked (Canada)
  • 2015 - 1. Vekked (Canada), 2. Spell (New Zealand), 3. Precision (USA)
  • 2016 - 1. DJ Yuto (Japan), 2. DJ Brace (Canada), 3. DJ Traps (USA)
  • 2017 - 1. DJ Rena (Japan) - youngest ever world champion aged 12, 2. DJ Skillz (France), 3. Spell (New Zealand)
  • 2018 - 1. DJ Skillz (France), 2. DJ Fummy (Japan), 3. DJ Rena (Japan)
  • 2019 - 1. DJ Skillz (France), 2. K-Swizz (New Zealand), 3. Erik Jay (Brazil)
  • 2020 - 1. DJ Skillz (France), 2. JFB (UK), 3. K-Swizz (New Zealand)

Breakdown by country (33 in total):

  • 12 USA
  • 7 France
  • 4 UK
  • 4 Japan
  • 3 Germany
  • 3 Canada
  • 1 Denmark

UK DJ Champions[edit]

(and world rankings)

  • 1985 - Roger Johnson (1st)
  • 1986 - Chad Jackson (2nd)
  • 1987 - CJ Mackintosh
  • 1988 - 1. Cutmaster Swift (5th), 2. Owen D, 3. Scratch Professor
  • 1989 - 1. Cutmaster Swift (1st), 2. DJ Pogo, 3. DJ Trix
  • 1990 - 1. Reckless (3rd), 2. DJ Pogo, 3. DJ Trix
  • 1991 - 1. Reckless, 2. DJ Excel, 3. Olabean
  • 1992 - DJ Sparra
  • 1993-94 - DJ Sparra
  • 1994-95 - 1. DJ Kofi, 2. First Rate, 3. Def K
  • 1996 - 1. Cutmaster Swift, 2. DJ Kofi, 3. Prime Cuts
  • 1997 - 1. DJ Pogo (3rd), 2. DJ Excel
  • 1998 - 1. Prime Cuts, 2. DJ Excel, 3. Tony Vegas
  • 1999 - 1. Tony Vegas (2nd), 2. Plus One, 3. Prime Cuts
  • 2000 - 1. Mr Thing (3rd), 2. Plus One, 3. Mad Cut, 4. Woody, 5. Tigerstyle, 6. Richie Ruftone
  • 2001 - 1. Plus One (1st), 2. Woody, 3. Skully, 4. Mad Cut, 5. Theory, 6. Prime Time
  • 2002 - 1. Skully (2nd), 2. Woody, 3. Tigerstyle, 4. Quest, 5. Richie Ruftone, 6. Clockwork
  • 2003 - Quest (3rd)
  • 2004 - DJ Blakey
  • 2005 - Muzzell
  • 2006 - Asian Hawk
  • 2007 - JFB
  • 2008 - Skully
  • 2009 - Jeppa
  • 2010 - Jeppa
  • 2011 - 1. JFB, 2. Ritchie Ruftone, 3. Jeppa
  • 2012 - 1. Ritchie Ruftone (3rd), 2. Furious P, 3. Asian Hawk
  • 2013 - 1. Ritchie Ruftone (2nd), 2. Switch, 3. Mighty Atom / P-Nuts
  • 2013 - Jon1st (3rd)
  • 2014 - Ritchie Ruftone
  • 2014 - Mr. Switch (1st)
  • 2015 - JFB + Ritchie Ruftone - joint 1st place 3. DJ Rasp
  • 2016 - Ritchie Ruftone
  • 2017 - DJ Rasp
  • 2018 - El Statiko
  • 2019 - 1. Mike L, 2. El Statiko, 3. DJ Koncept
  • 2020 - 1. JFB, 2. Ritchie Ruftone, 3. Tommy P-Nuts

US DJ Champions[edit]

(and world rankings)

  • 1986 - DJ Cheese (1st)—no US Final this year, invited by Tony Prince due to winning the 1984 NMS
  • 1987 - Joe Rodriguez (2nd)
  • 1988 - San Diego, CA — 1. Cash Money (1st), 3. Lightning Rich
  • 1989 - Chicago, IL — 1. Aladdin (2nd), 2. Miz, 3. Bad Boy Bill
  • 1990 - New York, NY — 1. Baby G, 2. Steve Dee, 3. Diamond J
  • 1991 - Chicago, IL — 1. Q-Bert (2nd), 2. Rectangle, 3. Boogie Boy
  • 1992 - New York, NY — 1. Rocksteady DJs (Mix Master Mike, Q-Bert, and Apollo) (1st), 2. Roc Raida
  • 1993-94 - New York, NY — 1. Rectangle
  • 1994-95 - New York, NY — 1. Roc Raida (1st), 2. Shortkut, 3. Ghetto
  • 1996 - San Francisco, CA — 1. Swamp, 2. Mista Sinista, 3. Babu
  • 1997 - New York, NY — 1. Slyce (5th), 2. Total Eclipse, 3. Craze
  • 1998 - New York, NY — 1. Craze (1st), 2. Shortkut, 3. Dummy
  • 1999 - San Francisco, CA — 1. P-Trix (3rd), 2. Spictakular, 3. Slyce
  • 2000 - New York, NY — 1. Klever, 2. P-Trix, 3. Jay Slim
  • 2001 - San Francisco, CA — 1. Klever (2nd), 2. Presyce, 3. Infamous
  • 2002 - New York, NY — 1. Perseus, 2. Precision, 3. Smallz
  • 2003 - Washington, DC — 1. Enferno (2nd), 2. Vajra, 3. Teeko
  • 2004 - Ie.Merg (1st)
  • 2005 - Kico
  • 2006 - Fred Funk
  • 2007 - Precision
  • 2008 - Slyce (2nd)
  • 2009 - Shiftee (1st)
  • 2010 - Etronik
  • 2011 - Chris Karns (f/k/a Vajra) (1st)
  • 2012 - Precision (2nd)
  • 2013 - Esquire
  • 2014 - I-Dee (2nd)
  • 2015 - Precision (3rd)
  • 2016 - Traps (3rd)
  • 2017 - Perly (1st Woman to win USA title)
  • 2018 - Throdown
  • 2019 - Throdown
  • 2020 - DJ Immortal

Australia DJ Champions[edit]

  • 1988 - Drew Muirhead
  • 1989 - John Alsop
  • 1990 - Brian "A.S.K." Patrick
  • 1992 - KC
  • 1993-94 - KC
  • 1996 - 3 DJs (KC,ASK,Skizo)
  • 1997 - Dexta
  • 1998 - Dexta
  • 1999 - Dexta
  • 2000 - Dexta (2nd)
  • 2001 - Samrai
  • 2002 - Selekt
  • 2003 - Staen 1
  • 2004 - Staen 1
  • 2005 - Staen 1
  • 2006 - DJ Perplex
  • 2007 - DJ Perplex
  • 2008 - DJ Perplex

(Note: No DMC Competition in AUS from 2009 - 2011)

  • 2012 - DJ BTwo
  • 2013 - DJ BTwo
  • 2014 - DJ BTwo
  • 2015 - Broke
  • 2016 - DJ Osyris
  • 2017 - DJ Osyris
  • 2018 - DJ Midsole
  • 2019 - DJ Wallzee
  • 2020 - DJ Wallzee

Belgium DJ Champions[edit]

  • 1986 - Kris Kastaar (6th)
  • 1987 - Kris Kastaar
  • 1988 - Phil Watts
  • 1989 - Daddy K
  • 1990 - Daddy K
  • 1991 - Ivan "DJ Sake" Bens
  • 1992 - Steven Lemmens & Raf Verelst
  • 1997 - Joss
  • 1998 - Daddy K
  • 1999 - Joss
  • 2000 - Damented
  • 2001 - Magicut
  • 2002 - Damented
  • 2003 - Magicut

Canada DJ Champions[edit]

(and world ranking)

  • 1989 - Jam On Strong
  • 1992 - Ground Control (team)
  • 1996 - D-Scratch
  • 1997 - A-Trak (1st)
  • 1998 - Lil' Jaz
  • 1999 - DJ Wax
  • 2000 - DJ Pump
  • 2001 - JR Flo
  • 2002 - DJ Dopey (3rd)
  • 2003 - DJ Dopey (1st)
  • 2004 - DJ Dopey (3rd) - Defending champion
  • 2004 - DJ Brace
  • 2005 - DJ Drastik
  • 2006 - Wundrkut
  • 2007 - DJ Shub
  • 2008 - DJ Shub
  • 2009 - DJ Makeway
  • 2010 - N/A
  • 2011 - DJ Vekked
  • 2012 - DJ Vekked
  • 2013 - DJ Vekked
  • 2014 - DJ Vekked
  • 2015 - DJ Vekked (1st)
  • 2016 - DJ Brace (2nd)
  • 2017 - Jimmi Riggz
  • 2018 - Jimmi Riggz
  • 2019 - Wunderkut
  • 2020 - DJ All Good

Denmark DJ Champions[edit]

  • 1986 - Cutfather
  • 1987 - Ken “The Duke” Larsen (3rd)
  • 1988 - Cutfather (2nd)
  • 1989 - Soulshock
  • 1990 - Uggerløse
  • 1991 - Uggerløse
  • 1992 - Knud
  • 1993-94 - Cutting Crew (3rd)
  • 1995 - Noize (2nd)
  • 1996 - Noize (1st)
  • 1997 - Copenhagen Scratch Masters
  • 1998 - Static
  • 1999 - Static
  • 2000 - Noize
  • 2001 - Shine
  • 2002 - Turkman Souljah
  • 2003 - Turkman Souljah
  • 2004 - Turkman Souljah
  • 2005 - Direct
  • 2006 - Direct
  • 2007 - Diverse
  • 2008 - Direct
  • 2009 - DJ Graded
  • 2010 - DJ Graded
  • 2011 - DJ Graded
  • 2012 - DJ Graded
  • 2013 - KCL
  • 2014 - DJ Credit
  • 2015 - DJ Credit
  • 2016 - DJ Credit
  • 2017 - DJ Graded
  • 2018 - DJ Credit
  • 2019 - DJ NeedleSplit
  • 2020 - DJ FMD

Finland DJ Champions[edit]

  • 1989 - Eliot Ness
  • 1990 - Eliot Ness
  • 1991 - Eliot Ness
  • 1995 - JS-16
  • 2001 - Sampl

France DJ Champions[edit]

  • 1986 - Eddy Cheba
  • 1987 - Dee Nasty
  • 1988 - Dee Nasty
  • 1989 - Jimmy Jay
  • 1990 - DJ Max
  • 1991 - Crazy B
  • 1992 - Crazy Fast Nefis (2nd)
  • 1993-94 - Alliance Ethnik (2nd)
  • 1994-95 - LF Pee
  • 1996 - Crazy B
  • 1997 - Crazy B (2nd)
  • 1998 - Crazy B (2nd)
  • 1999 - DJ Pone
  • 2000 - DJ Pone
  • 2001 - DJ Pone
  • 2002 - DJ Pone
  • 2003 - DJ Gero
  • 2004 - DJ Gero
  • 2005 - DJ Pfel (2nd)
  • 2006 - DJ Netik (1st)
  • 2007 - DJ Fly (3rd)
  • 2008 - DJ Fly (1st)
  • 2009 - LigOne (3rd)
  • 2010 - LigOne (1st)
  • 2011 - DJ Skillz
  • 2012 - DJ Skillz
  • 2013 - DJ Fly (1st)
  • 2014 - Groove Sparkz
  • 2015 - DJ Skillz
  • 2016 - DJ Skillz
  • 2017 - DJ Skillz (2nd)
  • 2018 - DJ Skillz (1st)
  • 2019 - Adjectif
  • 2020 - Tony J Cut

Germany DJ Champions[edit]

  • 1988 - Romeo Maramigi
  • 1989 - Cool Cut
  • 1990 - David (1st)
  • 1991 - MPK
  • 1992 - Shahin
  • 1993-94 - Shahin
  • 1994-95 - Splinta
  • 1996 - Ray-D & Mem-Brain
  • 1997 - Ray-D
  • 1998 - Angelo Farce
  • 1999 - G-Spot
  • 2000 - Razor
  • 2001 - Kid Fresh
  • 2002 - 1. M-Tech, 2. J-Bounce, 3. Rafik
  • 2003 - 1. J-Bounce, 2. Rasgunyado 3. Rafik
  • 2004 - Rafik (2nd)
  • 2005 - Pro-Zeiko
  • 2006 - DJ Rafik (3rd)
  • 2007 - DJ Rafik (1st)
  • 2008 - DJ Rob Bankz
  • 2009 - DJ Clear
  • 2010 - DJ Crazy Cuts
  • 2011 - Short-T
  • 2012 - Short-T
  • 2013 - N/A
  • 2014 - N/A
  • 2015 - N/A
  • 2016 - S-Trix
  • 2017 - DJ Robert Smith

Greece DJ Champions[edit]

  • 1991 - Sparky T
  • 1992 - Supreme Team
  • 1993-94 - Supreme Team
  • 1995 - Smartie
  • 1996 - Sparky T
  • 1997 - Sparky T
  • 1998 - Sparky T
  • 1999 - Sparky T
  • 2000 - Kid Stretch
  • 2001 - Expert

Holland DJ Champions[edit]

  • 1986 - Orlando Voorn [3rd]
  • 1987 - Orlando Voorn
  • 1988 - Guan Elzoom (All-Star Fresh) [3rd]
  • 1989 - Erick Eerdhuijzen
  • 1990 - DCS
  • 1991 - DCS
  • 1992 - Voodoo Child & Pavo
  • 1996 - Aux II
  • 1997 - Aux II
  • 1998 - Rockid
  • 1999 - Kypski
  • 2000 - Rockid
  • 2001 - Rockid
  • 2002 - Rockid
  • 2003 - Savage
  • 2004 - Irie
  • 2005 - Irie
  • 2006 - DJ Rachi

Hong Kong DJ Champions[edit]

  • 1988 - Simon Choi
  • 1989 - Kenvis Leung
  • 1990 - Kenvis Leung
  • 1991 - DJ Tommy
  • 1992 - DJ Tommy
  • 1993-94 - Jambox (Team)
  • 1994-95 - Janva Tam
  • 1996 - DJ Tommy (2nd)
  • 1998 - DJ Galaxy
  • 1999 - DJ Galaxy
  • 2000 - DJ Frankie
  • 2001 - DJ Beware
  • 2002 - DJ Beware
  • 2003 - DJ Beware
  • 2004 - Lazyming
  • 2005 - Lazyming
  • 2006 - Mikey
  • 2007 - Mikey
  • 2008 - DJ Soda (last round)

Ireland DJ Champions[edit]

  • 1990 - Mek
  • 1991 - Mek
  • 1992 - Mek
  • 1998 - Wool
  • 1999 - Mek
  • 2000 - JP
  • 2002 - Tu-Ki
  • 2003 - Tu-Ki

Italy DJ Champions[edit]

  • 1987 - Silver
  • 1988 - Lorenzo Bossina
  • 1989 - Cutmaster G
  • 1990 - Francesco Zappala (2nd)
  • 1991 - DJ Trip
  • 1992 - KK (3rd; Team)
  • 1993-94 - Daniele Mondello
  • 1994-95 - Daniele Mondello
  • 1996 - Black Sun (Team)
  • 1997 - DJ Nike
  • 1998 - DJ Kollasso
  • 1999 - DJ Inesha
  • 2000 - DJ Inesha
  • 2001 - DJ Myke
  • 2002 - DJ Myke
  • 2003 - N/A
  • 2004 - DJ Gengis
  • 2005 - N/A
  • 2006 - N/A
  • 2007 - DJ Craim
  • 2008 - DJ Craim
  • 2009 - Mandrayq
  • 2010 - Mandrayq
  • 2011 - Mandrayq
  • 2012 - Mandrayq
  • 2013 - DJ Bicchio
  • 2014 - DJ Bicchio
  • 2015 - DJ P-Kut
  • 2016 - DJ Kün-Kut
  • 2017 - DJ Ghost
  • 2018 - Antares Color
  • 2019 - Dj Ghost
  • 2019 - Dj Bront (Battle For Supremacy)
  • 2020 - Dj Bront

Japan DJ Champions[edit]

(And world rankings)

  • 1990 - DJ Yoshi
  • 1991 - DJ Yoshi (3)
  • 1992 - DJ Ta-Shi (5)
  • 1993/1994 - Ta-Shi & Yoshi
  • 1995 - Norito
  • 1996 - DJ Takada
  • 1997 - DJ Akakabe (4)
  • 1998 - 1. Akakabe (4th), 2. Shin, 3. Hinga Higa, 4. Micky, 5. Taiji
  • 1999 - DJ Takada
  • 2000 - DJ Hanger
  • 2001 - DJ Kentaro (T3)
  • 2002 - DJ Kentaro (1)
  • 2003 - DJ Yasa
  • 2004 - 1. Taiji, 2. Yasa, 3. Hi-C
  • 2005 - DJ Izoh (3)
  • 2006 - DJ Yasa (2)
  • 2007 - DJ Yasa (2)
  • 2007 - DJ Miya Jima
  • 2008 - Co-Ma (3)
  • 2009 - Co-Ma (2)
  • 2010 - Co-Ma (2)
  • 2010 - DJ Blu (3)
  • 2011 - DJ Izoh (2)
  • 2011 - Co-Ma (3)
  • 2012 - DJ Izoh (1)
  • 2013 - DJ Fummy
  • 2014 - DJ Hi-C
  • 2015 - DJ Shota
  • 2016 - DJ Yuto (1)
  • 2017 - DJ Rena (1)
  • 2018 - DJ Fummy (2)
  • 2019 - DJ Anonymous
  • 2020 - 14 (issi)

New Zealand DJ Champions[edit]

  • 1990 - Rhys B
  • 1991 - Raw
  • 2000 - Raw
  • 2001 - P-Money (3rd equal)
  • 2002 - Alphabethead
  • 2003 - CXL
  • 2004 - Manchoo
  • 2005 - Abbott
  • 2008 - Impact
  • 2009 - Impact
  • 2013 - Gooda
  • 2014 - Spell
  • 2015 - Spell (2nd)
  • 2016 - Ruse
  • 2017 - Gooda
  • 2018 - K-Swizz (1st DMC World Supremacy Champion)
  • 2019 - K-Swizz (2nd)

Philippines DJ Champions[edit]

  • 1991 - DJ MOD (Master of Disaster)
  • 1992 - The Mega Team (DJ MOD, DJ Sonny, DJ Ouch)
  • 1993 - Dub Meeh Cramps (Dubmenext, DJ Meeh!, DJ Cramps)
  • 1994/5 - DJ Kid
  • 1996 - Radikal MK
  • 1997 - DJ Kid
  • 1998 - DJ Coki
  • 1999 - DJ Sir Scratch
  • 2000 - Radikal MK
  • 2001 - DJ Coki
  • 2002 - DJ Sir Scratch
  • 2003 - Jam Masta
  • 2004 - DJ Rocky Rock
  • 2005 - Jam Masta
  • 2006 - DJ Supreme Fist
  • 2007 - Jam Masta
  • 2008 - Skin Kadafi
  • 2009 - Jam Masta
  • 2010 - Jam Masta
  • 2011 - Jam Masta
  • 2012 - DJ Gilbert
  • 2013 - DJ Gilbert
  • 2014 - DJ Encee
  • 2015 - jm_clubking23
  • 2016 - jm_clubking23
  • 2017 - jm_clubking23
  • 2018 - DJ Sir Scratch
  • 2019 - jm_clubking23

"Rest of the World" DJ Champions[edit]

In 2020, due to the COVID-19 pandemic the National Championship were also held online. Countries without a ruling DMC governing body competed in a "Rest of the World" battle.

  • 2020 - DJ K-Swizz

Spain DJ Champions[edit]

  • 1986 - Mike Platinas
  • 1987 - Mike Platinas
  • 1988 - Dimas "D-Formation" Carbajo
  • 1989 - Dimas "D-Formation" Carbajo
  • 1990 - Pedro Cortes
  • 1991 - Tony Technics
  • 1992 - Ricardo Matias & Miguel Angel Arpres
  • 1994 - DJ Attack (team)
  • 1995 - Gonzalo
  • 1996 - To Be Confirmed
  • 1997 - Lumi
  • 1998 - Lumi
  • 1999 - Dare
  • 2000 - Tedu
  • 2001 - Jekey
  • 2002 - Jekey
  • 2003 - Jekey
  • 2020 - DJ Datflex

Sweden DJ Champions[edit]

  • 1985 - Roger Tuuri (3rd)
  • 1986 - Roger Tuuri (4th)
  • 1987 - Robert "Micro" Molnar
  • 1988 - Rob Wåtz
  • 1989 - Rasmus Lindvall
  • 1990 - Robert "Micro" Molnar
  • 1991 - Björn Starfeldt
  • 1992 - Pierre Jerksten
  • 1993-94 - 1210 Jazz
  • 1994-95 - 1210 Jazz
  • 1996 - Tony "Cole" Marasevic
  • 1997 - Amato
  • 1998 - Mika Snickars
  • 1999 - 1210 Jazz
  • 2000 - Amato
  • 2003 - Confuze
  • 2004 - Kid Sid
  • 2005 - Kid Sid
  • 2006 - Kid Sid
  • 2007 - Ego
  • 2008 - Alex Norberg

Switzerland DJ Champions[edit]

  • 1986 - Patrick Zuerrer
  • 1987 - Rolf Anderegg
  • 1988 - KZ
  • 1989 - Keys One
  • 1990 - Keys One
  • 1991 - Jeff
  • 1992 - Jeff
  • 1997 - Goo
  • 1998 - Jay-K
  • 1999 - Jay-K
  • 2000 - Sensay
  • 2001 - Jay-K
  • 2002 - Jay-K

Thailand DJ Champions[edit]

  • 2020 - DJ Steez

Turkey DJ Champions[edit]

  • 1997 — DJ ACE
  • 1998 — DJ ACE

Battle for World Supremacy Champions[edit]

  • 2000 - Kodh (France) def. Skully (UK)
  • 2001 - Netik (France) def. Snayk Eyez (US)
  • 2002 - Netik (France)
  • 2003 - Tigerstyle (UK) def. M-Rock (Canada)
  • 2004 - Akakabe (Japan) def. Silk Kuts (UK)
  • 2005 - Pro Zeiko (Germany)
  • 2006 - Co-Ma (Japan)
  • 2007 - DJ Shiftee (USA)
  • 2008 - DJ Switch (UK)
  • 2009 - DJ Switch (UK) def. DJ Nelson (France)
  • 2010 - DJ Switch (UK) def. Getback (France)
  • 2011 - DJ Nelson (France) def. Norihito (Japan)
  • 2012 - DJ Vekked (Canada) def. Ritchie Ruftone (UK)
  • 2013 - Ritchie Ruftone (UK) def. DJ Vekked (Canada)
  • 2014 - IFTW (USA) def. DJ Vekked (Canada)
  • 2015 - DJ Precision (USA) def. DJ Erick Jay (Brazil)
  • 2016 - DJ Erick Jay (Brazil) def. DJ Fummy (Japan)
  • 2017 - DJ Yukichi (Japan) def. DJ Dwells (USA)
  • 2018 - DJ K-Swizz (New Zealand) - Youngest winner at age 15 def. DJ Syunsuke (Japan)
  • 2019 - DJ Matsunaga (Japan) def. K-SWIZZ (New Zealand)

Breakdown by country (20 in total):

  • 5 UK
  • 4 France
  • 4 Japan
  • 3 USA
  • 1 Brazil
  • 1 Canada
  • 1 Germany
  • 1 New Zealand

Battle For Supremacy (UK) Champions[edit]

(and world rankings)

  • 2000 - Skully (2nd)
  • 2001 - Madcut
  • 2002 - Ritchie Ruftone
  • 2003 - Tigerstyle (1st)
  • 2004 - Silk Kuts (2nd)
  • 2005 - Matman
  • 2006 - DJ Switch - youngest UK champion of any category aged 17
  • 2007 - DJ Switch
  • 2008 - DJ Switch (1st)
  • 2009 - DJ Rasp
  • 2009 - DJ Switch - Defending Battle For World Supremacy (1st)
  • 2010 - Deceptakut
  • 2010 - DJ Switch - Defending Battle For World Supremacy (1st)
  • 2011 - DJ Dissect
  • 2012 - Ritchie Ruftone - Returns to DMC 10 years later
  • 2013 - Ritchie Ruftone (1st)
  • 2014 - Ritchie Ruftone - Defending champion
  • 2014 - DJ Rasp
  • 2015 - Ritchie Ruftone - 2nd place Dj El Statiko represented uk at the dmc worlds
  • 2016 - DJ X-Rated
  • 2017 - DJ X-Rated
  • 2018 - DJ Koncept

Battle For Supremacy (US) Champions[edit]

(And world rankings)

  • 2000 - DJ Supa Dave
  • 2000 - DJ Snayk Eyez
  • 2001 - DJ Snayk Eyez (2nd)
  • 2001 - DJ Tragik
  • 2001 - DJ Impereal
  • 2002 - DJ Kico
  • 2003 - ie.Merg
  • 2004 - ie.Merg
  • 2005 - DJ I-Dee
  • 2006 - DJ Etronik
  • 2007 - DJ Shiftee (1st)
  • 2008 - DJ SPS
  • 2009 - DJ Supreme
  • 2010 - DJ Solo
  • 2011 - DJ Fascinate
  • 2012 - DJ Esquire
  • 2013 - DJ Etronik
  • 2014 - IFTW (1st)
  • 2015 - DJ Precision (1st)
  • 2016 - DJ Etronik
  • 2017 - DJ Dwells (2nd)
  • 2018 - DJ Toltech
  • 2019 - DJ As-One

World Team Champions[edit]

  • 1999 - Scratch Perverts (UK) - Prime Cuts, Tony Vegas, Mr Thing, First Rate
  • 2000 - The Allies (USA/Canada) - Craze, A Trak
  • 2001 - Perverted Allies (UK/USA/Canada) - Prime Cuts, Tony Vegas, Craze, Infamous
  • 2002 - Birdy Nam Nam (France) - Crazy B, Need, Lil Mike, Pone
  • 2003 - C2C (France) - Pfel, Atom, Greem, 20Syl
  • 2004 - C2C (France)
  • 2005 - C2C (France)
  • 2006 - C2C (France)
  • 2007 - Kireek (Japan) - Hi-C, Yasa
  • 2008 - Kireek (Japan)
  • 2009 - Kireek (Japan)
  • 2010 - Kireek (Japan)
  • 2011 - Kireek (Japan) - The first team to win 5 world championships in a row.
  • 2012 - The Mixfitz (Belgium) - DJ Jack, DJ Damented, DJ Cross
  • 2013 - 9 O'clock (France) - DJ Hertz, Aociz & Mr Viktor
  • 2014 - 9 O'clock (France)
  • 2015 - 9 O'clock (France)
  • 2016 - DJ Netik & DJ Fly (France)
  • 2017 - The Fresherthans (Canada) - Vekked, DJ Brace

Breakdown by country (19 in total):

  • 9 France
  • 5 Japan
  • 3 Canada
  • 2 UK
  • 2 USA
  • 1 Belgium

UK Team Champions[edit]

(and world rankings)

  • 1999 - Scratch Perverts (1st)
  • 1999 - The En4cers (2nd)
  • 2000 - The Mixologists (3rd)
  • 2001 - The Mixologists (2nd)
  • 2002 - Flaredycats
  • 2003 - Truesicians
  • 2004 - The Disablists - Mighty Atom, Asian Hawk and Clever Monkey
  • 2005 - The Disablists (3rd)
  • 2006 - The Disablists (2nd)
  • 2007 - The Disablists
  • 2008 - Bionic Stylus - DJ Switch, FuriousP, Cable, Loop Skywalker
  • 2009 - Bionic Stylus (3rd)
  • 2010 - Bionic Stylus (3rd)
  • 2011 - Invincible Armour
  • 2012 - N/A
  • 2013 - Bionic Stylus
  • 2014 - N/A
  • 2015 - N/A
  • 2016 - N/A

US Team Champions[edit]

(And world rankings)

  • 1999 - The Allies- Craze, A Trak (2nd)
  • 1999 - The Immortal Fader Fyters
  • 2000 - The Allies- Craze, A Trak (1st)
  • 2001 - Superfriends
  • 2002 - Evolution DJs
  • 2003 - Evolution DJs
  • 2004 - Evolution DJs
  • 2005 - Battle-Star
  • 2006 - Animal Crackers
  • 2007 - N/A
  • 2008 - Angry EXs
  • 2009 - Battle-Star: Turbulence & Phonics
  • 2010 - Battle-Star: Turbulence & Phonics
  • 2011 - Battle-Star: Turbulence & Phonics (3rd)
  • 2012 - BattleStar Massive: Cwitch, Virusss, Rayted R & Image (4th)
  • 2013 - BattleStar Massive: Cwitch, Virusss & Rayted R (3rd)
  • 2014 - Chicago Turntablist Authority: Ambidecktriks, Toltech & RTST (4th)
  • 2015 - Chicago Turntablist Authority: Ambidecktriks, Toltech, J.Marz & RTST
  • 2016 - Chicago Turntablist Authority: Toltech, J.Marz & RTST
  • 2017 - N/A
  • 2018 - N/A

DMC Online World Champions[edit]

  • 2011 - DJ Unkutt (Germany)[3]
  • 2012 - DJ Fong Fong (France)
  • 2013 - Jon1st (UK)[4]
  • 2014 - DJ I-Dee (USA)
  • 2015 - DJ Vekked (Canada)
  • 2016 - DJ Brace (Canada),[5] 2. DJ Buruaaaa (Japan)
  • 2017 - Spell (New Zealand)
  • 2018 - DJ Skillz (France)
  • 2019 - 1. DJ Erick Jay (Brazil), 2. K-Swizz (New Zealand), 3. DJ Buruaaaa (Japan)

DMC Online Team Champions[edit]

  • 2015 - The Fresherthans (Canada) - Winners of the First Tournament
  • 2016 - DJ Fly & DJ Netik (France)
  • 2017 - The Fresherthans (Canada)

DMC World DJ Hall of Fame Champion[edit]

  • 1996 - DJ Cheese - (1986 World Champion)
  • 1997 - Cash Money - (1988 World Champion)
  • 1998 - The DreamTeam - (2 time World Champion & 1992 USA Champions)
  • 1999 - Roc Raida - (1995 World Champion)
  • 2000 - Chad Jackson - (1987 World Champion & 2 time UK Champion)
  • 2001 - Cutmaster Swift - (1989 World Champion & 2 time UK Champion)
  • 2002 - DJ David - (The first World Champion twice 1990/1991)
  • 2003 - DJ Craze - (3x World Champion, 2000 World Team Champions W/A-Trak, 2x USA Team Champions)
  • 2004 - Roger Johnson - (The first Champion of DMC)
  • 2005 - DJ Kentaro - (2002 World Champion & 2001 Japan Champion)
  • 2006 - DJ Noize - (1996 World Champion)
  • 2007 - A-Trak (1997 World Champion)
  • 2008 - Scratch Perverts - (The first World Team Champions)
  • 2009 - C2C - (4x Team World Champion)
  • 2010 - KOHD - (First DMC Battle For World Supremacy champion)
  • 2011 - Plus One - (2001 World Champion & the first DJ to receive multiple nominations)
  • 2012 - DJ Netik - (2006 World Champion, 2x Battle for World Supremacy)
  • 2012 - Birdy Nam Nam - (2002 World Team champions)
  • 2013 - DJ Dopey - (2003 DMC World Champion)
  • 2013 - DJ Tigerstyle - (2003 Battle For World Supremacy champion)
  • 2013 - Kireek - (5x World Team Champions in a row)
  • 2014 - DJ Akakabe (2004 Battle for World Supremacy)
  • 2014 - DJ Switch (2014 World Champion & 3x Battle for World Supremacy)
  • 2015 - DJ Vekked (2015 World Champion and Online Champion, 2012 Battle for Supremacy Champion)
  • 2015 - Pro-Zeiko (2005 Battle for World Supremacy Champion)
  • 2015 - DJ Q*Bert (Part of the DreamTeam 1992, 1993/1994 champions)
  • 2016 - DJ Unkut (First Online World Champion)
  • 2016 - The Allies (2000 World Team Champions)
  • 2016 - DJ Co-Ma (2006 Battle for World Supremacy)
  • 2017 - DJ Rafik (2007 World Champion)
  • 2018 - DJ Fly (2008 & 2013 World Champion, also 2007 France DMC Champion, 2016 World Team Champion along DJ Netik, in 2011 his showcase set was considered the best routine of all time in a poll in the official DMC website)
  • 2018 - DJ Fong Fong (2012 Online World Champion)
  • 2018 - Mix Master Mike (Part of the DreamTeam 1992, 1993/1994 champions)
  • 2019 - DJ Shiftee (2009 World Champion, 2007 Battle for World Supremacy champion)
  • 2019 - DJ Skillz (2018 & 2019 World champion, 2018 Online champion, 6x France DMC champion)
  • 2020 - DJ LigOne (DMC World Champion 2010 and France DMC champion)
  • 2020 - DJ Yasa (Part of Kireek as 5x World Team Champions and 2003, 2006 and 2007 Japan DMC champion)
  • 2020 - Crazy B (2002 World Team Champion along with team Birdy Nam Nam and France DMC champion in 1991, 1996, 1997 and 1998)

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ https://2020.dmcdjchamps.com/how-it-works/
  2. ^ Mike Thaler, Jared Lee (Dec 6, 2020). THE TALENT SHOW FROM THE BLACK LAGOON. SCHOLASTIC. p. 63.
  3. ^ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WJGIdbgy7mQ
  4. ^ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sYKGgktOL_M
  5. ^ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=44F0d2CbjM0

External links[edit]

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