NWA World Womens Championship

Current Champion

Santana Garrett

Since: February 07, 2015

Days Held: 1016 Days

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Champion

Date Won

Days Held

Observations

January 25, 2014
378 days
October 20, 2012
462 days
December 25, 2011
300 days
This was a steel cage match.
November 05, 2011
50 days
This was a no disqualification match.
November 06, 2010
364 days
Tasha Simone defeated Rachel to win the vacant championship.
November 06, 2010
0 days
La Reina de Corazones was stripped of the championship, after refusing to defend it.
October 02, 2010
35 days
July 24, 2010
70 days
April 27, 2008
818 days
May 05, 2007
358 days
January 27, 2007
98 days
October 08, 2005
476 days
Christie Ricci defeated Lexie Fyfe and Tasha Simone in a three–way match.
April 23, 2005
168 days
June 19, 2004
308 days
Defeated Kameo.
June 19, 2004
0 days
Stripped after several no-shows.
March 12, 2003
465 days
December 06, 2002
96 days
October 26, 2002
41 days
August 23, 2002
64 days
Defeated Bam Bam Bambi.
November 01, 2000
660 days
Fields vacated the championship due to injury.
October 14, 2000
18 days
Defeated Leilani Kai to win the vacant championship.
October 01, 1996
1474 days
championship stripped.
May 10, 1996
144 days
May 09, 1996
1 days
April 10, 1987
3317 days
Defeated Penny Mitchell to win the vacant championship.
March 01, 1987
40 days
championship declared vacant in 1987 when the Kansas City promotion withdrew from the NWA.
February 12, 1986
382 days
Won the vacant championship in a 9–woman battle royal against Sherri Martel, Candi Devine, Despina Montagos, Eva Savage, Lady Satan, Princess Jasmine, Roxie Rush and Reggie Schwartz.
January 01, 1983
1138 days
The World Wrestling Federation (WWF) withdrew from NWA in 1983, and Moolah sold the championship to the WWF. The WWF recognizes Moolah as champion but does not acknowledge previous championship changes: see WWE Women's Championship.
October 10, 1978
1544 days
October 08, 1978
2 days
March 05, 1976
947 days
February 02, 1976
32 days
April 02, 1968
2862 days
March 10, 1968
23 days
September 30, 1966
527 days
September 17, 1966
13 days
September 18, 1956
3651 days
Defeated Judy Grable in a 13–woman battle royal. Moolah was not immediately recognized as the new NWA World Women's Champion because promoter Billy Wolfe, with whom Moolah had a falling-out earlier in her career, still controlled most of the National Wrestling Alliance.
January 01, 1956
261 days
The Baltimore Athletic Commission stripped Byers of the championship after Byers announced her plans to retire in 1956.
August 20, 1954
499 days
Byers wrestled Mildred Burke for the NWA World Women's Championship in a two out of three falls match. The commission stopped the match between Burke and Byers at the end of the second fall, stripped Burke of the championship, and awarded it to Byers. Burke sets up the WWWA World Championship and continued to recognize herself as the Women's World Champion.
January 01, 1935
7171 days
Defeated Clara Mortensen to win the Women's World Championship.