Arena Nacionalista Reyna de Reynas Championship

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Arena Nacionalista Reyna de Reynas Championship (Arena Nacionalista Queen of Queens Championship) is a women's lucha libre championship in Arena Nacionalista. The Championship was created by Arena Nacionalista in 2017.


Current Champion

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Princesa Tirana is the current champion.

History of the Championship

On October 29, 2017, Arena Nacionalista introduced the Reyna de Reynas Women's Championship as part of its 28th Anniversary. In order to crown the first champion there was a ladder match. The rules were the following. The competitors should climb the ladder to reach the hanged title and the could be eliminated by submission or pinfall. The ladder could be used as a legal weapon as well. The participants were: Navitt, Miss Tiger, Gehena, Princesa Hernández, Baronessa & Princesa Tirana. Miss Tiger became the first champion by reaching the title.

Champions Listing

# Champion(s) Defeated Date Location
Ladder Match to Crown the First Champion
1 Miss Tiger Princesa Hernández
Baronessa
Princesa Tirana
Gehena
Navitt
17.10.29 Arena Nacionalista - Mexicali, Baja California
1 Baronessa 18.01.14 Arena Nacionalista - Mexicali, Baja California
Championship vacant on March 25, 2018 when Miss Tiger did not appear to the title defense due to an injury.[1]
Ladder Match to Crown the New Champion
2 Princesa Tirana Aira
Baronessa
Princesa Hernández
18.05.20 Arena Nacionalista - Mexicali, Baja California
 
 
title change
successful title defense
championship matches which were announced, but results were not found

Sources:

  1. Miss Tiger was scheduled to defend her three titles, the Baja California Women's Championship, the Arena Nacionalista Reyna de Reynas Championship and the International Women's Championship against Aira & Princesa Tirana and she could not compete due to an injury therefore, all titles were vacated.

Gallery of Champions

Miss Tiger, 1st Champion