The Women's Wrestling Alliance Hall of Fame

Unofficial Womens Wrestling Title Histories
List compiled by Phil Huey
United States Title Histories 

AWACRUSHFCWGLORYIZWLPWALPWA(Tag Team) 
MAWMWFNWANWA(Florida) 
NWA(New Jersey)     NWA(Mid Atlantic) 
NWA(Mid South)     NWA(New England) 
NWA(S.E.X)NWA(Texas)NWCWNWLPGWA 
SCWUSCWUSWAUPWUWA 
USWAWCWOWCWWCW(Cruiserweight) 
WOWWOW(Tag Team)    WWF/WWEWWF(Tag Team)  WXW 

AMERICA
AWA - American Wrestling Association

1.Penny Banner
08/26/61-Angola, IN 
Wins tournament; vacant in '64; title inactive 


2.Candi Devine 
November, 1984-Minneapolis, MN 
Won battle royal
vacated in 1985 


3.Candi Devine
September 1985 
Awarded 


4.Sherri Martel
09/28/85-Chicago, IL Candi Devine [2]
October 1985 
Awarded without title match 


5.Sherri Martel [2]
10/17/85-Winnipeg, MB 


6.Candi Devine [3]
01/16/86-Winnipeg, MB 


7.Sherri Martel [3]
06/28/86-Oakland, CA 
Vacant on 07/25/87 when Martel jumps to WWF 


8.Madusa Miceli
12/27/87-Las Vegas, NV 
Defeats Candi Devine 


9.Wendi Richter
11/26/88-Bloomington, MN 
Vacant in December 1989 


10.Candi Devine [4]
12/06/89-Toronto, ON 
Defeats Judy Martin 
title abandoned in '90 

Promotions closed 

AWA promtion revived 1996


CRUSH

1. Erica Porter 
(aka. "Jungle Grrrl")
February 3, 2003
Defeated Cheerleader Melissa
* Promotion seeking a television deal
FCW - Florida Championship Wrestling

1.Chainsaw Liz Chase
?/? 

2.Rip Tide
?/? 

3.Chainsaw Liz Chase [2]
02/21/98-Lakeworth, FL 

4.Rip Tide [2]
03/07/98-Kendall, FL (McMillan Park) 

5.Chainsaw Liz Chase [3]
10/01/98-Miami, FL

6.Riptide [3]
11/28/98-Lake Worth, FL 

7.Cat Larue
or/21/99-Big Cypress, FL 

8.Riptide [4]
09/17/99-Davie, FL

9.Foxy Lady
?/? 

10.Princess Alexis Luray
?/? 
 
 

G.L.O.R.Y

1. Phoenix 
06/08/02-West Patterson,  NJ 
Tournament win in the first ever 
G.L.O.R.Y convention when several key athletes 
failed to show 
 
2. Phoenix 
11/24/02-Toronto-Ontario,  Canada 
*Phoenix retains title under nefarious circumstances 
 
3. Macaela Mercedes
01/12/03 - Toronto, Canada
Macaela defeats Phoenix when she was declared winner
after a "time limit"
IZW - Impact Zone Wrestling

1.  Lexie Fyfe
2.  Erica Porter (aka. "Jungle Grrrl")
March 12, 2003
Tempe AZ.
International Wrestling Association - IWA


1.Estelle Molina
?/75 
 

LPWA - Ladies Professional Wrestling Association

1.Susan Sexton
01/90 
Awarded 

2.Lady X (Peggy Lee Leather)
01/31/91-Laughlin, NV

3.Terri Power
02/23/92-Rochester, NV 
 

LPWA Tag Team Titles

1.Team America
(Misty Blue and Heidi Lee Morgan)
03/13/90-Laughlin, NV 
Defeated Bad Girl and Black Venus 

2.Glamour Girls 
(Leilani Kai and Judy Martin)
02/28/91-Laughlin, NV 
Title Vacant
?/?
 

MAW - Mid-America Wrestling

1.Lady Victoria 
02/03/2001-West Allis, WI 
Defeated Poison Ivy to become the first champion. 
2.Matt Longtime 
04/07/2001-West Allis, WI
 

MWF - Millenneum Wrestling Federation

1.Butterfly 11/24/2001-Lincolnton, NC
Awarded at Brawl Games in the inaugural match against 
Lady Cassandra 

2.Echelon
02/23/2002-Lincolnton, NC 
Won by Echelon in a 3 way title match against Lady 
Cassandra & Butterfly at Ultimate Jeopardy
 

NWA - National Wrestling Alliance


1.Mildred Burke
1937 
Defeats Clara Mortenson to win World Title. 


2.June Byers
08/20/54-Atlanta, GA 
The commission stops the match between Burke and Byers, 
strips Burke of the title, and awards it to Byers 
Byers also won a 13-woman world championship tournament 
in June 1953 in Baltimore, MD 
Burke continues to defend WWWA World Title. 


3.Penny Banner
1964 Won a battle royal to become AWA World champion 
on August 26, 1961 in Angola, IN Briefly recognized as champion 
by some of NWA promoters after Byers retires in 64/01. 


4.Slave Girl Moolah
/Fabulous Moolah
1960s Won a tournament on September 18, 1956 in Baltimore, MD, 
defeating Judy Grable in final Recognized as champion by 
NWA after Byers retires in 64/01.


5.Betty Boucher
-09/17/66-Seattle, WA 


6.Fabulous Moolah [2]
1966 

7.Yukiko Tomoe
03/10/66-Osaka, JAPAN


8.Fabulous Moolah [3]
04/02/68-Hamamatsu, JAPAN 

9.Sue Green
1976-New York, NY 


10.Fabulous Moolah
1976-New York, NY 

11.Evelyn Stevens
10/08/78-Dallas, TX 


12.Fabulous Moolah [4]
10/10/78-Ft. Worth, TX 

Title Vacant 

WWF withdraws from NWA in 83 and buys the right 
of the women's world titles from Moolah. Moolah's title 
continues to be recognized as WWF Women's World title. 

13.Debbie Combs
04/10/87-Kansas City, MO 
Defeats Penny Mitchell to become the champion, or 
awarded on this day after having won a tournament in 
Honolulu, HI Kansas City promotion withdraws from 
NWA in 1987 and closes in 1988. 


14.Misty Blue
1988 or 89 
Recognized as champion by WCW 
Vacant in 89 - Combs continues to defend her title.

15.Susan Sexton
1989 
Reigning LPWA World champion, recognized as World 
champion by WCW.

16.Bambi
1990 
May have defeated Sexton to win the title; vacant in 90. 
Combs continues to defend her title. 


17. Malia Hosaka
05/09/96-Johnson City, TN

18. Debbie Combs [2]
05/10/96-Fall Branch, TN 
Title Vacant 
Combs stripped of the title by NWA in October 1996

19. Strawberry Fields
10/15/2000-Nashville, TN 
Defeated Leilani Kai to fill the vacant title
 

NWA Florida Women's Title


1.Mae Young
10/15/51-Tampa, FL 
Defeated Cora Combs to become 
the first champion; vacant in 51/03

2.Ann LaVerne
03/10/52-Tampa, FL 
Defeated Betty Hawkins.


3.Betty Hawkins
07/52-Tampa, FL 

4.Mars Bennett
02/09/53-Tampa, FL 

5.Gloria Barattini
03/02/53-Tampa, FL 
Defeated Bennett in the final of 
6-woman battle royal.


6.Betty Hawkins [2]
09/28/53 


7.Dot Dotson
10/12/53-Tampa, FL


8.Betty Hawkins [3]
11/16/53 

9.Gloria Barattini [2]
03/07/55 
Still champion as of October, 1956. 


10.June Byers
60/12/ 

11.Sherri Lee
08/69 

12.Ella Waldek
02/71 

13.Bonnie Watson
06/19/71-St. Petersburg, FL 
 
 

NWA Jersey Women's Title

1.Nicole Bass
05/2000 
First champion

NWA Mid-Atlantic Women's title

1.Lelani Kai
02/12/2000-Denver, NC 
Defeated Strawberry Fields in tournament finals to 
become first champion. By some accounts, 
Strawberry Fields had won an earlier tournament 
to become the first Champion but this is unconfirmed.

2.Strawberry Fields 
03/30/2000-Doha, KUWAIT 

3.Lelani Kai [2]
04/19/2000-Okinawa, JAPAN 

4.Strawberry Fields [2]
09/16/2000-Fairbanks, AK (Eielson Air Force Base) 
Title Vacant 
Strawberry Fields unable to defend the title because of a back inhury 

5.Leilani Kai 
12/2000
Awarded
 

NWA Mid-South Women's title

1.Dakota 
06/23/2000-Dyersburg, TN 
Dakota defeated Brianna Starr and Alben 
Thunde in a three-way match to become first Champion.

2.Brianna Starr
08/04/2000-Dyersburg, TN 

3.Dakota [2]
08/18/00-Dyersburg, TN

Title Vacant 
02/17/2001
 
 

NWA New England Heavyweight Title History

1.Violet Flame
10/15/99-Bridgeport, CT 
Defeated Amanda Storm to become first champion. 

2.Amanda Storm 
?/? 
Awarded. 

3.Vince Viccalo
01/16/2000-Wethersfield, CT

Title Vacant 
04/2000
 
 

NWA S.E.X Women's Title

1.Katerina Heiss
10/06/2001-McKeesport, PA 
Defeated Jazmynn and Dominique to become the first champ. 

2.Jazmynn Viktoria
01/12/2002-McKeesport, PA (NWA Sportatorium) 

3.Katerina Heiss [2] 
01/12/2002-McKeesport, PA (NWA Sportatorium)

4.Jazmynn Viktoria [2]
04/12/2002-McKeesport, PA (NWA Sportatorium)
 

NWA Texas Women's Title

1.Glorida Barattini
10/23/51-Ft. Worth, TX 
Defeats Nell Stewart.

2.Nell Stewart
?/52 
[records unclear]

3.Lorraine Johnson
01/60 
[records unclear] 


4.Penny Banner
03/08/61-Ft. Worth, TX 
Defeats Nell Stewart. 
[records unclear] 

5.Sweet Georgia Brown
10/63 
Defeats Nell Stewart. 
[records unclear]

6.Kay Noble

7.Marie LaVerne
07/07/72-Amarillo, TX 
[records unclear] 

8.Sylvia Hackney
04/76 
[records unclear]
 

NWCW - New Wave Championship Wrestling

1.Bobcat 
11/04/2001-Evansville, IN 
Defeated Lexie Fyfe to win vacant title.
 

NWL - National Wrestling League

1.Bambi
1990 
Defeated Heidi Lee Morgan 

2.Rusty Foxx
1991 

3.Bambi [2]
1991 

4.Peggy Lee Leather
1991

5.Rusty Foxx [2]
1992

6.Peggy Lee Leather (2)
1992 
Won title via forfiet 

7.Bambi [3]
08/02/92-Hagerstown, MD 

8.Peggy Lee Leather
04/93 -Keyser, WV

9.Bambi [4]
02/25/95-Onley, VA 
Vacates Title 

10.Rusty Foxx [2]
12/12/97 
Defeated Miss Linda-Boonsboro, MD 

11.Fantasia
12/05/98-Berryville, WV 

12.Kurt Keizer
04/08/99-Waynesboro, PA 
Title vacated on
05/13/99 after loss to Gillberg.

13.Fantasia [2]
05/29/99 Hagerstown, MD 
Defeated Nasty Jean to win vacant title. 
Vacates Title
04/19/2001

14.AmyLee
04/23/2001-Hagerstown, MD 
Defeated Molly Mcshane in tournament final.

15.Molly McShane
05/18/2001 
Defeated AmyLee and Stacy in a three way dance. 

16.Madison
08/04/2001-Cumberland, MD 
Won title via forfeit 

17.Fantasia [3] 
03/10/2002-Brunswick, MD 
 
 

PGWA

The PGWA Website gives no details regarding
these titles
 
1. Sue Green
2.  Riptide
3. Lexie Fyfe
4. Leilani Kai
5. Pippa L'Vinn
Southwest Championship Wrestling - SCW


1.Alexis Laree 
04/26/2001-Raleigh, NC 
Wins 6-Woman Battle Royal, eliminating Persephone to 
become the first champion. 
 

United States Championship Wrestling - USCW

1.Emily Etheridge
07/07/2001-Dalton, GA 
Defeated Taylor Jackson
 

USWA - United States Wrestling Association


1.Miss Texas
(Jacqueline Moore)
03/02/92-Memphis, TN (Mid-South Coliseum) 
Defeats Dirty White Girl 

2.Lauren Davenport
04/13/92-Memphis, TN (Mid-South Coliseum) 

3.Dirty White Girl
04/20/92-Memphis, TN 

4.Lauren Davenport [2]
04/27/92-Memphis, TN 


5.Miss Texas [2]
08/24/92-Memphis, TN

6.Moondog Fifi
09/21/92-Memphis, TN (Mid-South Coliseum)

7.Miss Texas [3]
10/16/92-Memphis, TN

8.Lauren Davenport [3]
11/02/92

9.Miss Texas [4]
11/23/92

10.Leslie Belanger
12/07/92-Memphis, TN 

11.Miss Texas [5]
05/05/93-Memphis, TN 

12.Luna Vachon
08/02/93-Memphis, TN

TITLE VACANT 

13.Debbie Combs
04/94 
Awarded 
[records unclear or non-existent] 
Inactive

14.Tasha Simone
11/28/95-Memphis, TN 
The title is reactivated with Simone announced as the champion.

15.Miss Texas [6]
12/20/95-Memphis, TN 

16.Lady Satan (Debbie Combs) [2] 01/10/96-Memphis, TN

17.Miss Texas [7]
01/15/96-Memphis, TN 
[records unclear or non-existent]

18.Miss Texas [8]
08/23/96 

19.Tasha Simone [2]
11/04/96-Memphis, TN 
PROMOTION CLOSES
11/97
 

Universal Wrestling Association  - UWA

1.Vickie Williams 
12/09/79-Mexico City 
Defeats Irma Gonzales


2.Estela Molina 
12/23/79-Mexico City

3.Vickie Williams [2] 
03/09/80-Monterrey

4.Irma Gonzales 
05/25/80 

5.Vickie Williams [3] 
10/05/80-Mexico City 

6.Chabela Romero 
12/21/80-Mexico City 

TITLE VACANT 
04/19/81


7.Lola Gonzales
08/16/81-Mexico City 
Defeats Vickie Williams

8.Irma Gonzales [2]
08/27/82


9.Lola Gonzales [2] 
03/25/83-Puebla

10.Irma Agilar 
04/22/83-Netzahualcoyotl 

11.Panterita Suerna/La Galactica 
12/27/83 

12.Jaguar Yokota 
09/17/84-Tokyo, JAPAN 


13.Lola Gonzales [3] 
04/14/85-Mexico City 

14.Shinobu Kandori 
12/23/86-Tokyo, JAPAN

TITLE VACANT 
07/87
Kandori leaves the promotion. 


15.Lola Gonzales [4] 
10/10/87-Tokyo, JAPAN 
Defeats Harley Saito

16.Zuleyma 
02/23/91-Mexico City 
TITLE VACANT 
?/95 

17.Miss Janeth
9/7/2001-Nuevo Leon
 

United States Wrestling Association - USWA


1.Miss Texas
(Jacqueline Moore)
03/02/92-Memphis, TN (Mid-South Coliseum) 
Defeats Dirty White Girl

2.Lauren Davenport
04/13/92-Memphis, TN (Mid-South Coliseum)

3.Dirty White Girl
04/20/92-Memphis, TN

4.Lauren Davenport [2]
04/27/92-Memphis, TN

5.Miss Texas [2]
08/24/92-Memphis, TN

6.Moondog Fifi
09/21/92-Memphis, TN (Mid-South Coliseum)

7.Miss Texas [3]
10/16/92-Memphis, TN 

8.Lauren Davenport [3]
11/02/92


9.Miss Texas [4]
11/23/92 

10.Leslie Belanger
12/07/92-Memphis, TN


11.Miss Texas [5]
05/05/93-Memphis, TN 

12.Luna Vachon
08/02/93-Memphis, TN 
TITLE VACANT

13.Debbie Combs
04/94 
Awarded 
[records unclear or non-existent] 
Inactive

14.Tasha Simone
11/28/95-Memphis, TN 
The title is reactivated with Simone announced as the champion.

15.Miss Texas [6]
12/20/95-Memphis, TN

16.Lady Satan (Debbie Combs) [2] 01/10/96-Memphis, TN 

17.Miss Texas [7]
01/15/96-Memphis, TN 
[records unclear or non-existent]

18.Miss Texas [8]
08/23/96

19.Tasha Simone [2]
11/04/96-Memphis, TN 

PROMOTION CLOSES
11/97 

UPW Ultimate Professional Wrestling

1. Erica Porter (aka. Jungle Grrrl)
04/25/03 - Anaheim, CA.
Defeats Savvy Sacha by pinfall
Wild Championship Wrestling Outlaws - WCWO

1.The Black Widow
03/25/2000-Muncie, Indiana 
Defeats Angelfire to become the first Ladies Champion 

2.Angelfire
05/05/2000-Indianapolis, Indiana

3.The Black Widow [2]
06/17/2000-Connersville, Indiana

4.Angelfire [2]
06/24/2000-Greensburg, Indiana

5.The Black Widow [3]
10/21/2000-Greensburg, Indiana 
Title held up by Referee Mark Green
12/9/2000-Connersville, Indiana

6.Angelfire[4]
01/13/2001-Indianapolis, Indiana 
Defeats The Black Widow for vacant title 
Title Vacant 
06/16/2001 
Angelfire stripped of title for not defending in 30 
days-Title now vacant

7.Drucilla Davie
07/13/2001-Indianapolis, Indiana

8.Whipme Spearz
07/20/2001-Rushville, Indiana

9.Drucilla Davie [2]
08/03/2001-Indianapolis, Indiana


10.Charley Boy
08/10/2001-Indianapolis, Indiana

11.The Black Widow[4]
09/21/2001-Indianapolis, Indiana 


12.Charley Boy [2]
10/12/2001-Indianapolis, Indiana

World Championship Wrestling

1.Akira Hokuto {Hisako Uno}
12/29/96-Nashville,TN- Starrcade
00:07:06
Managed by Sunny Oono
Akira Hokuto defeated Madusa {Debbie Miceli} in the 
finals of a tournament to crown the first WCW Women's 
Heavyweight Title. Hokuto was forced to vacate the title 
on 09/08/97 due to back and breast injury. 

2.Devil Masami
09/20/97-Kawasaki, JAPAN Devil Masami defeated ZERO 
{Chigusa Nagayo} to win the vacant title. 
Devil Masami held the following title in conjunction with the 
WCW Women's World Heavyweight Title: JWP Tag Team 
Title won on 11/26/96 with Hikari Fukuoka from Dynamite 
Kansai/Cutie Suzuki in Tokyo, JAPAN.
 

WCW Cruiserweight Title

1.Toshie Uematsu
04/07/97-Huntsville, Alabama, United States- Monday Nitro
Toshie Uematsu defeated Malia Hosaka in the tournament 
final. managed by Sonny Oono

2.Yoshiko Tamura
07/19/97-Yokohama, JAPAN- 

3.Sugar Satoh
09/20/97-Kawasaki, JAPAN- 
TITLE ABANDONED IN 1997

Women of Wrestling - WOW

1.Terri Gold
10/07/2000*-Los Angeles, CA 
Won a 20-Woman Battle Royal

2.Danger
01/20/2001*-Los Angeles, CA

3.Terri Gold [2]
02/04/2001*-Los Angeles, CA 

Promotion goes bankrupt 
05/2001
 

Women of Wrestling - WOW Tag Team Titles

1.Caged Heat
02/04/2001*-Los Angeles, CA Defeated 
Harley's Angels in the final of a 12-team 
tournament to crown the first WOW World 
tag team champions. 

Promotion goes bankrupt 
05/2001
 

WWF Women's title History


1. Fabulous Moolah
Baltimore, MD
Sept. 18, 1956


2. Betty Boucher
Seattle, WA
Sept. 17, 1966


3. Fabulous Moolah
1966

4. Yukiko Tomoe
Osaka, Japan
March 10, 1968


5. Fabulous Moolah
Mamamatsu, Japan
April 2, 1968

6. Sue Green
New York, NY
1976

7. Fabulous Moolah
New York, NY
1976

8. Evelyn Stevens
Dallas, TX
Oct. 8, 1978

9. Fabulous Moolah
Ft. Worth, TX
Oct. 10, 1978

10. Wendi Richter
New York, NY
July 23, 1984

11. Leilani Kai
New York, NY
February 18, 1985

12. Wendi Richter
New York, NY
March 31, 1985

13. Fabulous Moolah
New York, NY
November 25, 1985

14. Velvet McIntyre
Brisbane,  Australia
July 3, 1986

15. Fabulous Moolah
Sydney,  Australia
July 9, 1986

16. Sherri Martel
Houston, TX
July 24, 1987

17. Rockin' Robin
Paris,  France
Oct. 7, 1988

18. Alundra Blayze
Poughkeepsi,  NY
December 13, 1993

19. Bull Nakano
Tykyo, Japan
November 20, 1994

20. Alundra Blayze
Poughkeepsie, NY
April 3, 1995


21. Bertha Faye
Pittsburgh,  PA
August 27, 1995


22. Alundra Blayze
October 23, 1995


23. Jacquelyn
Sacramento, CA
Sept. 21, 1998


24. Sable
St. Louis, MO.
November 15, 1998

25. Debra McMichael
Orlando, FL
May 10, 1999

26. Ivory
Worcester, MA
June 8, 1999

27. Fabulous Moolah
Cleveland,  OH
October 17, 1999

28. Ivory
Providence, RI
October 25, 1999

29. The Kat
Ft. Lauderdale,  FL
December 12, 1999
Harvey Wippleman
Pittsburgh, PA
January 31, 2000

30. Jacquelyn
Detroit, MI
Feb. 3, 2000

31. Stephanie McMahon
San Antonio,  TX
March 29, 2000

32. Lita
Lafayette, LA
August 21, 2000

33. Ivory
Rochester, NY
October 31, 2000

34. Chyna
April 1, 2001

35. Trish Stratus
November 18, 2002

36. Jazz
Feb 4, 2002

The World Wrestling Federation changes it's name to 
World Wrestling Entertainment after losing a 
trademark suit to the World Wildlife Federation. 
Henceforth,  all WWF Titles will be known as WWE 
Titles 05/05/2002  
37.Trish Stratus [2]

05/13/2002-Toronto, Ontario, Canada (Air Canada Centre) 
Monday Night RAW This was a mixed gender tag team 
match - Trish/Bubba Dudley vs. Jazz/Steven Richards 
- in which both the hardcore nd the Womens' Titles were 
on the line. 

38.Molly Holly 
06/23/2002-Columbus, OH (Nationwide Arena) 
WWE King of the Ring PPV 

39.Trish Stratus [3]
09/22/2002-Los Angeles, CA (Staple Center) 
Unforgiven PPV 

40.Victoria
11/17/2002-New York, NY (Madison Square Garden) 
Survivor Series PPV 

41. Trish Stratus [4]
03/30/2003 - Seattle, WA.

42. Jazz [2]
04/27/2003 - Worcester, MA.
Defeats Trish Stratus

WWF Tag Team Title History
1.Donna Christanello/Toni Rose
?/70- 

2.Joyce Grable/Vicki Williams
10/74-New York, New York, United States 

3.Joyce Grable (2)/Wendi Richter

4.Princess Victoria/Sabrina
?-Kansas City, Missouri, United States

5.Joyce Grable (3)/Wendi Richter (2)
05/06/82- Kansas City, Missouri, The United States

6.Desiree Peterson/Velvet McIntyre
05/83-Calgary, Alberta, CANADA

7.Leilani Kai/Judy Martin-The Glamour Girls
08/85- 
managed by Jimmy Hart 
Leilani Kai/Judy Martin allegedly won the titles in Egypt.
They became known as The Glamour Girls during 
November of 1987. Leilani Kai defeated Chigusa Nagayo 
for the All Japan Women All Pacific Title on August 21, 
1986. She lost this title on April 27, 1987 to Chigusa Nagayo.

8.Itsuki Yamazaki/Noriyo Tateno-The Jumping Bomb Angels
01/24/88- Hamilton, Ontario, CANADA (Royal Rumble)
00:15:00 

9.Leilani Kai/Judy Martin-The Glamour Girls (2)
06/08/88-Omiya, JAPAN 
Kai/Martin won the titles via count out.
The title was abandoned by the federation during 1989
 

WXW - World Extreme Wrestling

1.Kattra 
1996
Becomes the first champion.

TITLE VACANT 
03/2000 
Kattra stripped of the title due to not defending it. 

2.BellaDawna 
03/09/2001-Allentown, PA 
Defeats Jessica Dally to win vacant title. 

 

International Title Histories
Australia -TWP 
Canada - AWF 
Europe 
Great Britain 
Japan -  AJPWAJPW(Tag Team)  AJPW(Super Lightweight)  BJPWGAEAGAEA(Super Lightweight)  IWAJPWJWPJWPP 
Mexico - CMLL 
Puerto Rico - AWFWWC 
AUSTRALIA

TWP - Titan Wrestling Promotion


1.Amy Action 
10/06/98 
AWA Women's Title renamed to TWP Women's Title. 


2.Mikhail 
06/24/2000-Sydney, New South Wales, Australia 
Both TWP Heavyweight & TWP Women's Titles were on the line where the team that gets the win, gets the titles for the respective partners.
Amy has to hand over belt when her male partner "Mace" looses.

Title Vacant 
07/01/2000 
Mikhail forfeits title due to injury. 


3.Amy Action [2] 
07/01/2000-Sydney, New South Wales, Australia 
Awarded title via TWP board decision 


4.Storm 
09/07/2001-Sydney, New South Wales, Australia 


5.Amy Action [3] 


6.Storm[2]


7.Amy  Action [4]


CANADA 
-AWF - Apocolypse Wrestling Federation 
 
1. Missy Hyatt 
4/11/99-Toronto-ON, Canada 
Defeats Sensational Sherri for 
first AWF women's title 
 
2. Kiki Malaya 
11/24/02-Toronto-ON, Canada 
Defeats Phoenix for the 
AWF Women's Title 
European Title

1.Klondyke Kate 



GREAT BRITAIN

1.Nancy Barton
1960's 

2.Mitzi Mueller
1970 

3.Hellcat Haggetty
1973 

4.Mitzi Mueller [2] 

5.Klondike Kate
12/07/83 

6.Mitzi Mueller[3]
02/84 

7.Klondike Kate[2]
03/13/84 

8.Mitzi Mueller [4] 

9.Lolita Loren 

10.Mitzi Mueller [5] 

Title Vacant 
Vacant on 04/24/87 when Mueller retires 

11.Klondike Kate[3]
12/07/88-Leamington, UK 
Defeats Nicki Monroe in tournament final. 

12.Nicki Monroe
02/92-Bournemouth 

Title Vacant in 1996 

13.Julie Starr
08/30/97-Norwich Defeats Sweet Saraya. 

14.Miss Britannia
01/17/98-Norwich 

15.Sweet Saraya
10/98 

16.Julie Starr [2]
01/27/99-Norwich 

[Records Unclear]

17.Sweet Saraya[2] 

18.Klondike Kate[4] 

19.Sweet Saraya[3] 

20.Klondike Kate[5]
06/20/2001-Barking



JAPAN
AJPW - All Japan Women's World Wrestling Single's Title 

1.Mildred Burke
04/37 
Wins World title from Clara Mortensen; forms WWWA in Los Angeles, CA in early '50s and recognizes herself as the first champion. 

TITLE VACANT
08/70
Burke retires 

2.Marie Vagnone
08/70-Los Angeles, CA 
Wins tournament
presented the belt by Mildred Burke 

3.Aiko Kyo
10/15/70-Tokyo, JAPAN 


4.Jean Antoine
03/09/72-Odawara 

5.Aiko Kyo [2]
03/15/72-Nagoya 

6.Sandy Starr
04/26/72-Osaka 

7.Aiko Kyo [3]
05/24/72-Fukuoka 

8.Sarah Lee
07/01/72-Tokyo 

9.Miyoko Hoshino
07/26/72-Kasugabe 


10.Sandy Parker
05/15/73-Choshi 

11.Miyoko Hoshino [2]
07/10/7-Kasama 

12.Jumbo Miyamoto
09/11/73-Tokyo 

13.Bambi Ball
03/02/74-Kawasaki 

TITLE VACANT
03/74 
Ball injured 

14.Jumbo Miyamoto [2]
03/06/74-Maehashi 
Defeats Jane O'Brien 

15.Jackie West
04/01/74 Kobe 

16.Jumbo Miyamoto [3]
04/24/74-Kumamoto 

17.Mach Fumiake
03/19/75-Tokyo 

18.Jumbo Miyamoto [4]
04/02/75-Osaka 

19.Mariko Akagi
03/15/76-Tokyo 

20.Jumbo Miyamoto [5]
04/17/76-Toyokawa 

21.Maki Ueda
06/08/76-Tottori 

22.Mariko Akagi [2]
11/30/76-Tokyo 

23.Maki Ueda [2]
07/29/77-Tokyo 


24.Jackie Sato
11/01/77-Tokyo 


25.Monster Ripper 
(Rhonda Singh)
07/31/79-Tokyo 


26.Jackie Sato [2]
09/13/79-Tokyo 


27.Monster Ripper [2]
03/15/80-Kawasaki 

TITLE VACANT
08/08/80 
Declared vacant after a match against Jackie Sato 


28.Jackie Sato [3]
12/16/80-Tokyo 
Defeats Nancy Kumi 

29.Rimi Yokota/Jaguar Yokota
02/25/81-Yokohama 

30.La Galactica
05/07/83-Kawasaki 

31.Jaguar Yokota [2]
06/01/83-Omiya 

TITLE VACANT
12/85 
Yokota retires 

32.Devil Masami
12/12/85-Tokyo 
Defeats Dump Matsumoto 

33.Yukari Omori
08/23/86-Kawasaki 

34.Chigusa Nagayo
10/20/87-Tokyo 


35.Lioness Asuka
08/25/88-Kawasaki 
Wins when Nagayo is injured;
Asuka refuses the title. 


36.Lioness Asuka [2]
01/29/89-Tokyo 
Defeats Chigusa Nagayo; also recognized as the Unified Global Champion, defeating the American representative Madusa Miceli on 05/06/89 in Yokohama. 

TITLE VACANT
07/19/89 
Asuka retires 

37.Bull Nakano
01/04/90-Tokyo 
Defeats Mitsuko Nishiwaki in tournament final 

38.Aja Kong
11/26/92-Kawasaki 

39.Manami Toyota
03/26/95-Yokohama 

40.Aja Kong [2]
06/27/95-Sapporo 

41.Dynamite Kansai
08/30/95-Osaka 

42.Manami Toyota [2]
12/04/95-Tokyo 

43.Kyoko Inoue
12/08/96-Tokyo 
Unifies All Pacific and IWA Women's World titles, defeating Takako 

44.Inoue
on 01/20/97 in Tokyo. 

TITLE VACANT
05/11/97-Nagoya 
Inoue vacates the belts after being unsatisfied after a match against Kaoru Ito ends as a 60 min. time limit draw. 

45.Kyoko Inoue [2]
06/17/97-Sapporo 
Defeats Kaoru Ito 

46.Yumiko Hotta
08/20/97-Tokyo 

47.Shinobu Kandori
03/21/98-Tokyo 

48.Yumiko Hotta [2] 
03/10/99-Tokyo
(Yoyogi National Stadium Gym II) 
18:03 

49.Kyoko Inoue [3] 
07/11/99-Tokyo 
20:50 

50.Yumiko Hotta [3] 
10/22/99-Fukuoka (Hakata Star Lanes) 
16:07 


51.Manami Toyota [3] 
01/04/2000-Tokyo (Tokyo Korakuen Hall) 
21:01 

52.Kaoru Itoh
09/17/2000-Tokyo 


53.Manami Toyota [4] 
02/24/2002-Yokohama, JAPAN (Yokohama Bunka Gym) 
27:03
All Japan Women's Pro Wrestling Pay-Per-View 
 
 

AJPW - ALL JAPAN/WORLD WRESTLING ASSOCIATION WORLD TAG TEAM TITLE HISTORY

1.Jumbo Miyamoto and Aiko Kyo 
06/30/71 
Awarded as the first champions 
give up the belts on same day after being unsatisfied with a match against Patty O'Hara and Texas Red 
some sources list Aiko Kyo and Kyoko Okada as the first WWWA world tag champions, who were in fact the last American Girls Wrestling Association champions until the title was abandoned in '71 when Okada retired. 

2.Patty O'Hara and Texas Red 
07/01/71-Tokyo 
Defeat Jumbo Miyamoto and Aiko Kyo in rematch. 

3.Jumbo Miyamoto and Maxie Murata 
07/06/71-Fukuyama

4.Marie Vagnone and Jane Sherill 
09/30/71-Kawasaki 

5.Jumbo Miyamoto and Aiko Kyo [2] 
10/05/71-Chiba 

6.Marie Vagnone and Jane Sherill [2] 
10/06/71 Niigata 

7.Jumbo Miyamoto and Miyoko Hoshino 
10/30/71 Okayama 

8.Masked Lee and Sharon Lee 
03/15/72-Nagoya 

9.Jumbo Miyamoto and Miyoko Hoshino [2] 
03/21/72 Nagasaki 

10.Masked Lee and Flower Power 
04/25/72-Hiroshima 

11.Jumbo Miyamoto and Miyoko Hoshino [3] 
04/26/72-Osaka 

12.Masked Lee and Opearl Anston 
07/22/72 Irima 

13.Jumbo Miyamoto and Aiko Kyo [3] 
07/26/72 Kasukabe 

14.Masked Lee and Sylvia Hackney 
09/18/72 Muroran 

15.Jumbo Miyamoto and Mariko Akagi 
10/11/72 Kumamoto 

16.Masked Lee and Panama Franco
11/07/72 Toyota

17.Jumbo Miyamoto and Mariko Akagi [2] 
11/17/72-Kawasaki 

18.Masked Lee and Princess War Star 
01/24/73 Yokkaichi 

19.Jumbo Miyamoto and Mariko Akagi [3] 
02/02/73 Okayama 

20.Masked Lee and Jackie West 
03/17/73 Wakayama 

21.Jumbo Miyamoto and Mariko Akagi [4] 
03/22/73-Hiroshima 

22.Masked Lee and Sandy Parker 
06/11/73 Sasebo 

23.Jumbo Miyamoto and Mariko Akagi [5] 
06/25/73 Ofunato 

24.Masked Lee and Sandy Parker [2] 
07/17/73 Yokohama 

25.Jumbo Miyamoto and Mariko Akagi [6] 
07/24/73-Nagoya 

26.Masked Lee and Lita Marez 
09/07/73 Nagasaki 

27.Miyoko Hoshino and Peggy Kuroda 
09/30/73 Himeji 

28.Masked Lee and Juanita de Hoyos 
10/08/73 Miyakonojo 

29.Mariko Akagi and Peggy Kuroda 
10/12/73 Kumamoto 

30.Sarah Lee and Sylvia Hackney 
11/16/73-Fukushima 

31.Mariko Akagi and Peggy Kuroda [2] 
12/04/73-Osaka 

32.Jackie West and Sharon Lee 
01/07/74-Niigata 

33.Mariko Akagi and Peggy Kuroda [3]
01/17/74-Kagoshima 

34.Jackie West and Sharon Lee [2] 
02/15/74-Hiroshima 

35.Mariko Akagi and Junko Sasaki 
02/16/74-Onomichi 

36.Jackie West and Paula Niet 
03/21/74-Higashi Osaka 

37.Mariko Akagi and Junko Sasaki [2] 
03/22/74 Wakayama 

38.Jackie West and Paula Niet [2] 
04/06/74-Toyama 

39.Junko Sasaki and Peggy Kuroda 
04/24/74-Kumamoto 

40.Sandy Parker and Jean Antoine 
05/16/74-Shizuoka 

41.Junko Sasaki and Peggy Kuroda [2] 
05/21/74-Kochi 

42.Sandy Parker and Betty Niccoli 
06/03/74-Gifu 

TITLE VACANT 
06/74 
Niccoli gives up title. 

43.Mariko Akagi and Junko Sasaki [3]
06/05/74-Nagoya 
Defeat Sandy Parker and Jean Antoine 

44.Sandy Parker and Betty Niccoli [2] 
06/14/74-Morioka

45.Jumbo Miyamoto and Junko Sasaki 
06/28/74-Chichibu 

46.Sandy Parker and Betty Niccoli [3] 
06/29/74-Isehara 

47.Mariko Akagi and Junko Sasaki [4] 
07/09/74-Osaka 

48.Sandy Parker and Betty Niccoli [4] 
07/21/74-Takikawa

49.Mariko Akagi and Miyuki Yanagi 
07/28/74-Muroran 

50.Sandy Parker and Jean Antoine [2] 
07/30/74-Mizusawa 

51.Jumbo Miyamoto and Mariko Akagi [7] 
08/05/74-Tokyo 

52.Jackie West and Panama Franco 
08/24/74 Fukuoka 

53.Jumbo Miyamoto and Mariko Akagi [8] 
09/03/74-Hiroshima 

54.Jackie West and Jane Sherill
09/29/74-Gobou 

55.Jumbo Miyamoto and Junko Sasaki [2] 
10/02/74-Takamatsu 

56.Miss Z and Jane Sherill 
10/31/74-Tokuyama 

57.Mariko Akagi and Junko Sasaki [5]
1/20/74-Matsumoto 

58.Miss Z and Sylvia Hackney 
01/09/75-Chiba 

TITLE VACANT 
02/75 
Hackney gives up belt to train for WWWA World Singles Title. 

59.Jumbo Miyamoto and Mariko Akagi [9] 
03/01/75-Tokyo 
Defeat Sylvia Hackney and Sharon Lee 

60.Rena Manami and Lola Garcia 
04/03/75-Fukui 

61.Mariko Akagi and Mach Fumiake 
04/15/75-Nagoya 

TITLE VACANT 
07/31/75 
Fumiake injured 

62.Mariko Akagi and Mach Fumiake [2] 
09/18/75=Kumamoto 
Defeat Irma Gonzales and Cheryl Day 

63.Beauty Pair (Jackie Sato and Maki Ueda) 
02/24/76-Tokyo 

64.Jackie West and Yukari Lynch 
05/27/76-Kawasaki 

TITLE VACANT 
1976 
Lynch vacates title to train for martial arts match. 

65.Beauty Pair [2] 
07/17/76-Tokyo 
Defeat Jackie West and Cheryl Day 
Title held up after a match against Yumi Ikeshita and Shinobu Aso. 

66.Yumi Ikeshita and Shinobu Aso 
04/11/77-Hiroshima 
Defeat Beauty Pair in rematch. 

67.Jackie Sato and Nancy Kumi 
07/29/77-Tokyo 

TITLE VACANT
11/01/77 

68.Nancy Kumi and Victoria Fujimi 
02/06/78-Osaka 
Defeat Mariko Akagi and Chino Sato 

69.Queen Angels (Lucy Kayama and Tomi Aoyama) 
08/09/78-Tokyo 

70.Black Pair (Mami Kumano and Yumi Ikeshita) 
04/06/79-Tokyo 

71.Nancy Kumi and Lucy Kayama 
02/05/80-Osaka 

72.Rimi (Jaguar) Yokota and Ayumi (Jumbo) Hori 
12/17/80-Nagoya 

TITLE VACANT 
01/04/81 
Yokota gives up title to challenge for the WWWA World Singles Title. 

73.Nancy Kumi and Ayumi Hori 
02/25/81-Yokohama 
Defeat Mami Kumano and Devil Masami 

74.Yukari Omori and Mimi Hagiwara 
11/09/81-Obuyama 

75.Devil Masami and Talantula
08/10/82-Fukushima 
Title held up on 01/26/83 after a match against Jumbo Hori and Yukari Omori. 

76.Dynamite Girls (Jumbo Hori and Yukari Omori) 
07/09/83-Ashikaga 

77.Crush Gals (Lioness Asuka and Chigusa Nagayo) 
08/25/84-Tokyo 

78.Dump Matsumoto and Crane Yu 
02/25/85-Tokyo 

TITLE VACANT 
04/85 
Crane Yu retires. 

79.Crush Gals [2] 
05/16/85-Omiya 
Defeat Dump Matsumoto and Bull Nakano 

TITLE VACANT 
12/85 
Nagayo suffers ankle and knee injuries. 

80.Jumping Bomb Angels
(Itsuki Yamazaki and Noriyo Tateno)
01/05/86-Tokyo 
Defeat Bull Nakano and Condor Saito 

81.Crush Gals [3] 
03/20/86-Osaka 

82.Dump Matsumoto and Bull Nakano 
08/23/86-Kawasaki 
Defeat Nagayo and Kazue Nagahori after Asuka is injured. 

TITLE VACANT 
01/09/87 
Title declared vacant after a match against Jumping Bomb Angels in Tokyo. 

83.Yumiko Hotta and Hisako Uno (Akira Hokuto)
04/15/87-Tokyo 
Defeat Leilani Kai and Judy Martin 

84.Red Typhoons (Kazue Nagahori and Yumi Ogura)
04/27/87-Tokyo

85.Bull Nakano and Condor Saito
10/20/87-Tokyo 

TITLE VACANT
01/05/88 
Title declared vacant after a match against Fire Jets (Yumiko Hotta and Kitsuko Nishiwaki). 

86.Bull Nakano and Grizzly Iwamoto
02/25/88-Kawasaki 
Defeat Fire Jets 

87.Fire Jets (Yumiko Hotta and Mitsuko Nishiwaki)
07/19/88-Tokyo 

88.Calgary Typhoons (Mika Komatsu and Yumi Ogura)
08/25/88-Kawasaki 

89.Crush Gals [4]
03/04/89-Tokyo 

TITLE VACANT
05/06/89 
Nagayo retires. 

90.Marine Wolves 
(Suzuka Minami and Akira Hokuto)
06/18/89-Tokyo 
Defeat Grizzly Iwamoto and Bison Kimura 

91.Fire Jets [2]
07/18/89-Tokyo 

92.Aja Kong and Grizzly Iwamoto
12/09/89-Tokyo 

93.Marine Wolves [2]
02/07/90-Osaka 

94.Jungle Jack (Aja Kong and Bison Kimura)
12/09/90-Tokyo 

TITLE VACANT
01/11/91 
Vacate after losing non-title hair match to Bull Nakano and Kyoko Inoue in Kawasaki. 

95.Jungle Jack [2]
04/04/91-Sendai 
Defeat Yumiko Hotta and Akira Hokuto 

96.Manami Toyota and Toshiyo Yamada
03/20/92-Tokyo 

97.Dynamite Kansai and Mayumi Ozaki 
04/11/93-Osaka 

98.Manami Toyota and Toshiyo Yamada [2] 
12/06/93-Tokyo 

99.Kyoko Inoue and Takako Inoue
10/09/94-Kawasaki 

TITLE VACANT 
01/03/95 
The 99th champions vacate the title, wanting to win the tournament to be the 100th champions. 

100.Kyoko Inoue and Takako Inoue [2] 
03/21/95-Osaka 
Win 8-team elimination tournament to be the 100th champions, defeating Manami Toyota and Blizzard Yuki (Sakie Hasegawa) in tournament final. 

101.Akira Hokuto and Mima Shimoda 
09/24/95-Kawasaki 

102.Kyoko Inoue and Takako Inoue [3] 
01/22/96-Tokyo 

103.Manami Toyota and Mima Shimoda 
06/22/96 Sapporo 

104.Tomoko Watanabe and Kumiko Maekawa 
01/20/97-Tokyo 

105.Mima Shimoda and Etsuko Mita 
06/18/97-Sapporo 

TITLE VACANT 
01/09/98 

106.Masked Zaps: Zap I (Kaoru Ito) and Zap T 
(Tomoko Watanabe) 
04/12/98-Tokyo 
Defeat Takako Inoue and Kumiko Maekawa 

107.Mima Shimoda and Etsuko Mita [2] 
07/10/99-Tokyo 

108.Kumiko Maekawa and Tomoko Watanabe
12/08/99-Tokyo (Yoyogi National Gym) 
18:07 
Two out of three falls match 

109.TITLES VACANT 
05/20/2000 

110.Momoe Nakanishi and Nae Takahashi
07/16/2000-Tokyo 
Nakanishi and Takahashi defeated Mima Shimoda and Etsuko Mita in 6-team tournament final. 

111.Mima Shimoda and Etsuko Mita [3]
01/04/2001-Tokyo 

112.Rumi Kazama and Takako Inoue
01/04/2002-Tokyo (Tokyo Korakuen Hall) 

113.Tomoko Watanabe and Nanae Takahashi
07/27/2001-Tokyo (Yoyogi National Stadium Gym II) 
 

AJPW - WORLD MARTIAL ARTS TITLE HISTORY

1.Bat Yoshinaga 
03/17/91-Tokyo 
Defeats Kaoru Ito 

TITLE VACANT 
10/09/94 
Yoshinaga retires 

2.Fumiko Ishimoto 
03/21/95-Osaka 
Defeats Kumiko Maekawa
 

AJPW - WORLD SUPER LIGHTWEIGHT TITLE HISTORY


1.Chaparita Asari 
05/18/96 
Defeated Hisae Uematsu to become first champion. 

TITLE VACANT 
06/01/97 
Vacates title because of illness. 


2.Chaparita ASARI [2] 
05/05/99-Kawasaki 
Defeated Sumie Sakai in tournament final to fill the vacant title 

3.Momoe Nakanishi
07/11/99-Tokyo 
11:43 

4.Chaparrita ASARI [3] 
10/22/99-Fukuoka (Hakata Star Lanes) 
13:55
 
 

BJPW - Big Japan Pro Wrestling

1.Misae Genki
07/02/2000-Tokyo (Tokyo Korakuen Hall) 
Defeated Kiyoko Ichiki to become the first champion. 
19:23 

2.Kiyoko Ichiki
10/30/2000-Tokyo (Tokyo Korakuen Hall) 

Title Vacant 
Ichiki vacated the title immediately after the match
 

GAEA - ALL ASIA ALL-STAR WRESTLING WOMENS WORLD HEAVYWEIGHT TITLE HISTORY

1.Chigusa Nagayo 
11/02/96-Singapore 
Defeats Devil Masami 

2.Devil Masami 
09/20/97-Kawasaki 

3.Chigusa Nagayo [2]
08/23/98-Tokyo 

4.Aja Kong
05/16/99-Tokyo 

5.Mayumi Ozaki
01/04/2001-Tokyo 

5.Aja Kong [2]
10/28/2001-Nagoya

GAEA - ALL ASIA ALL-STAR WRESTLING WOMENS WORLD JUNIOR HEAVYWEIGHT 
TAG TEAM TITLE HISTORY

1.Meiko Satomura & Sonoko Kato 
11/02/96-Singapore 
Defeat Chikayo Nagashima & Sugar Sato. 

2.Chikayo Nagashima & Sugar Sato 
03/29/98 

3.Aja Kong & Mayumi Ozaki 
08/23/98-Tokyo 

4.Chikayo Nagashima & Sugar Sato [2] 
07/18/99-Tokyo (Tokyo Korakuen Hall)
16:39 

5.Akira Hokuto & Mayumi Ozaki
12/17/2000-Tokyo 

6.Chikayo Nagashima & Sugar Sato [3] 
04/22/2001-Osaka 

7.Mayumi Ozaki and KAORU 
04/07/2002-Kanagawa, Japan
 

IWA - International Wrestling Association (Japan)

1.Rhonda Singh/Monster Ripper 
12/87 
Recognized as champion in Calgary area; announced as having defeated Wendi Richter before coming to Calgary. 

2.Chigusa Nagayo 
09/22/88-Calgary, Alberta, Canada 
Defeats Ripper in 4-women tournament final to become first champion 

3.Madusa Miceli 
01/04/89-Tokyo, Japan 

4.Chigusa Nagayo [2] 
01/05/89-Tokyo, Japan 

TITLE VACANT 
05/06/89 
Nagayo retires 

5.Madusa Miceli [2] 
09/14/89-Kumamoto 
Defeats Beastie 

TITLE VACANT 
?/91 

6.Kyoko Inoue 
08/31/91-Mita 
Defeats Debbie Malenko

7.Manami Toyota 
04/25/92-Yokohama 

8.Reggie Bennett
05/15/95-Niigata 

9.Takako Inoue 
12/04/95-Tokyo 
Unifies All Pacific Title, defeating Reggie Bennett on 11/21/96 in Kobe. 

10.Kyoko Inoue [2]
01/20/97 Tokyo 
Has won WWWA World Title, defeating Manami Toyota on 12/08/96 in Tokyo; unifies three titles on 01/20/97; 

TITLE VACANT 
05/11/97-Nagoya, Japan 
Inoue vacates the title, being unsatisfied after a match against Kaoru Ito ends as a 60 min. time limit draw.

JPW - Japanese Women's Pro Wrestling UNIVERSAL WRESTLING ASSOCIATION 
INTERNATIONAL TITLE HISTORY

1.Devil Masami 
12/11/88-Mexico City, MEXICO 
Defeats Indie Azteca 

2.Miss A (Dynamite Kansai) 
06/26/89-Sapporo, JAPAN 

3.Eagle Sawai 
10/10/89-Tokyo 

4.Maiko Tsurugi 
05/25/90-Tokyo 

TITLE VACANT 
?/1990 
Tsurugi retires 

5.Miss A [2] 
01/06/91-Tokyo 
Defeats Itsuki Yamazaki 

6.Harley Saito 
02/11/91-Tokyo 

PROMOTION CLOSES 
01/92 
 

JWP - JAPANESE WOMEN PRO-WRESTLING UNIVERSAL WRESTLING ASSOCIATION JUNIOR TITLE HISTORY 

1.Rumi Kazama 
07/22/87-Tokyo 
Defeat Esther Moreno to become the first champion. 

2.Mayumi Ozaki 
10/24/87 

3.Rumi Kazama [2] 
01/10/88-Tokyo 

TITLE VACANT 
?/1988 
Kazama vacates title. 

4.Mayumi Ozaki [2] 
08/27/88 
Defeats Yu Yamazaki 

5.Yu Yamazaki 
05/29/89 
Had defeated Neftali to become the first UWA junior champion on 02/25/89 in Xochimilko, MEXICO; wins the JWP belt and unifies the titles. 

TITLE VACANT 
?/1989 
Yamazaki injured 

6.Plum Mariko 
09/15/89-Tokyo 
Tournament, defeats Cutie Suzuki and Mayumi Ozaki 

7.Rumi Kazama [3] 
01/10/90-Yokohama 

TITLE VACANT 
01/23/90 
Kazama gives up the title. 

8.Plum Mariko [2] 
06/16/90-Shimozuma 
Defeats Cutie Suzuki in tournament final. 

TITLE VACANT 
06/90 

9.Mayumi Ozaki [3] 
07/19/90 
Defeats The Scorpion in tournament final. 

10.The Scorpion 
03/17/91-Tokyo 

11.Cutie Suzuki 
10/10/91-Tokyo 

PROMOTION CLOSES 
01/92 
 

JWP - JAPANESE WOMEN PRO-WRESTLING

/UNIVERSAL WRESTLING ASSOCIATION
PACIFIC COAST TAG TEAM TITLE HISTORY 
1.Miss A & Xochitl Hamada 
Dynamite Kansai & Xochitl 
10/24/87-Tokyo 
Defeat Lola Gonzales & La Bruha 

2.Eagle Sawai & Maiko Tsurugi 
02/27/88-Tokyo TITLE VACANT 

3.Eagle Sawai & Moon Akiko 
02/12/89-Tokyo 
Defeat Maiko Tsurugi & Mitsuyo Mura 

4.Miss A & Harley Saito
03/21/89-Tokyo 

5.Maiko Tsurugi & Devil Masami 
04/13/89-Tokyo 

TITLE VACANT 

6.Miss A & Harley Saito [2] 
02/27/90-Tokyo 
Defeat Devil Masami & The Scorpion 

7.Rumi Kazama & Shinobu Kandori 
07/26/90-Yokohama 

8.Miss A & Harley Saito [3] 
10/10/90-Tokyo

TITLE ABANDONED 
?/1991
 

JWPP - JAPANESE WOMEN PRO-WRESTLING PROJECT 
OPEN WEIGHT CLASS SINGLES TITLE HISTORY 
1.Dynamite Kansai 
12/01/92-Tokyo 
Defeats Cutie Suzuki in tournament final. 

2.Devil Masami 
09/18/94-Yokohama 

TITLE VACANT 
10/20/94 

3.Dynamite Kansai [2] 
10/15/95-Tokyo 
Defeats Cutie Suzuki in tournament final 

4.Hikari Fukuoka 
04/08/97-Tokyo 

5.Azumi Hyuga (Tomoko Kuzumi)
02/28/99-Tokyo (Tokyo Korakuen Hall) 

6.Ran Yu Yu (Tomoko Miyaguchi)
12/23/99-Tokyo (Tokyo Korakuen Hall) 
24:22 

7.Commando Bolshoi
08/06/2000-Tokyo
 

MEXICO

CMLL - LUCHA LIBRA WOMENS' WORLD TITLE HISTORY

1.Bull Nakano
06/12/92-Mexico City, MEXICO 
Defeats Lola Gonzales in tournament final 

2.Xochitl Hamada
03/21/93-Mexico City 

3.La Diabolica
10/10/93-Mexico City 

4.Reina Jubuk
i (Akira Hokuto)
07/30/94-Puebla 

TITLE VACANT 
Stripped of the title after appearing on a WCW card on 11/04/96 

5.Lady Apache
11/08/96-Mexico City 
Defeats Chaparita Asari in a four-women tournament final 

6.Mariko Yoshida
02/06/97-Tokyo, JAPAN 

7.Lady Apache [2] 
05/15/99-Naucalpan 
Wins by countout 

8.Chikako Shiratori
10/17/99-Osaka, JAPAN 

9.Lady Apache [3] 
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TITLE VACANT 
08/18/2000 
Lady Apache jumps to AAA and announces she will return the belt to CMLL. 

10.La Diabolica
08/2001 
Awarded 
 

PUERTO RICO

AWF - Americas Wrestling Federation

1.Misty Blue 
12/21/91-Bayamón, PR 
Defeats Linda Dallas 

WWC - World Wrestling Council

1.Wendi Richter
1985 

2.Monster Ripper (Rhonda Singh)
1987 

3.Wendi Richter [2]
07/28/87-TRINIDAD & TOBAGO 

TITLE VACANT 

4.Monster Ripper [2]
07/07/90-Bayamon, PR 
Defeats Candi Devine in tournament final. 

5.Sasha
10/13/90-Caguas, PR 

6.Monster Ripper [3]
11/10/90-Bayamon, PR 

7.Sasha [2]
12/15/90-Bayamon, PR 

8.Monster Ripper [4]
03/09/91-Carolina, PR 

9.Candi Devine
05/11/91 Guaynabo, PR 

10.Monster Ripper [5]
09/07/91-Caguas, PR 

11.Sasha [3]
10/05/91-Carolina, PR 

12.La Tigresa
04/26/92-Cayey, PR 
Title held up after a match between Tigresa and Sasha, 06/13/92, Carolina, PR. 

13.La Tigresa [2]
07/22/92-Corozal, PR 
Awarded title after Sasha no-showed. 

14.Amaryllis
08/09/92-Ponce, PR 

TITLE VACANT
10/92 
Amaryllis leaves WWC. 

15.Sasha [4]
11/21/92-Caguas, PR 
Defeats La Tigresa 

16.La Tigresa [3]
04/17/93-Bayamon, PR 
In 1997, Tigresa does some matches without being mentioned as champion 

TITLE VACANT
02/25/98 
La Tigresa is arrested on drug charges. 

TITLE ABANDONED 
03/01/99