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The '''CMLL-REINA International Junior Title''' is a professional wrestling championship for luchadoras of [[CMLL|Consejo Mundial de Lucha Libre]] of [[Mexico]] and REINA World Joshi Puroresu of [[Japan]].
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The '''CMLL-REINA International Junior Championship''' was a professional wrestling championship. It was disputed by luchadoras from [[CMLL|Consejo Mundial de Lucha Libre]] and REINA World Joshi Puroresu. It was active between [[2011]] and [[2019]].
 
 
== Current Champion ==
 
[[Image:KahoKobayashiREINA.jpg|200px|left|thumb|[[Kaho Kobayashi]], 8th champion]]
 
[[Kaho Kobayashi]] is the current champion. She defeated [[Jarochita]] on [[September 15]], [[2017]] in [[Tokyo]], [[Japan]] for the vacant championship.  
 
  
 
== History of Championship ==
 
== History of Championship ==
 
On [[August 7]], [[2011]] it was announced the creation of a championship for female wrestlers in the young joshi promotion UWWR from [[Japan]]. The participants were [[Dama de Hierro (DF)|Dama de Hierro]], Luscious Latasha, Mia Yim, [[Ray]], Saya, Sendai Sachiko & [[Zeuxis]]. The winner of the tournament was [[Ray]] after she defeated [[Zeuxis]] in a Two Out of Three Falls Match to became the first champion.
 
On [[August 7]], [[2011]] it was announced the creation of a championship for female wrestlers in the young joshi promotion UWWR from [[Japan]]. The participants were [[Dama de Hierro (DF)|Dama de Hierro]], Luscious Latasha, Mia Yim, [[Ray]], Saya, Sendai Sachiko & [[Zeuxis]]. The winner of the tournament was [[Ray]] after she defeated [[Zeuxis]] in a Two Out of Three Falls Match to became the first champion.
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On [[November 6]], [[2019]], [[CMLL]] announced they had ended up their agrement with REINA, as well the beginning of a new working relationship with Lady's Ring. This title, and the [[CMLL-REINA International Championship]] were deactivated; instead the promotion launched a new version of [[CMLL Japan Women's Championship]].
  
 
== Champions Listing ==
 
== Champions Listing ==
 
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{{TitleHistorySpan|[[CMLL-REINA International Junior Tournament, 2011|tournament to determine first champion]]}}
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{{TitleHistorySpan|'''[[CMLL-REINA International Junior Tournament, 2011|Finals of 8-Woman Tournament to crown the inaugural champion]]'''}}
 
{{TitleHistoryLine|1|[[Ray]]|[[Zeuxis]]|[[2011]].[[09.10]]|Tobu Friend Hall - Edogawa, [[Tokyo]], [[Japan]]}}
 
{{TitleHistoryLine|1|[[Ray]]|[[Zeuxis]]|[[2011]].[[09.10]]|Tobu Friend Hall - Edogawa, [[Tokyo]], [[Japan]]}}
 
{{TitleHistoryLine|2|[[Silueta]]|[[Ray]]|[[2011]].[[10.18]]|[[Arena Mexico]] - [[Mexico City]]}}
 
{{TitleHistoryLine|2|[[Silueta]]|[[Ray]]|[[2011]].[[10.18]]|[[Arena Mexico]] - [[Mexico City]]}}
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{{TitleHistoryLine|6|[[Silueta]] [3]|[[Maki Narumiya]]|[[2014]].[[08.30]]|[[Korakuen Hall]]}}
 
{{TitleHistoryLine|6|[[Silueta]] [3]|[[Maki Narumiya]]|[[2014]].[[08.30]]|[[Korakuen Hall]]}}
 
{{TitleHistoryLine|7|[[Keyra]]|[[Silueta]]|[[2017]].[[01.29]]|[[Arena Naucalpan]]}}
 
{{TitleHistoryLine|7|[[Keyra]]|[[Silueta]]|[[2017]].[[01.29]]|[[Arena Naucalpan]]}}
{{TitleHistorySpan|Keyra ends up not working with CMLL, relinquishes this championship. Match on [[September 15]], [[2017]] in [[Tokyo]], [[Japan]] for the vacant championship}}
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{{TitleHistorySpan|Keyra ends up not working with CMLL, relinquishes this championship}}
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{{TitleHistorySpan|'''Decision Match to crown the new champion'''}}
 
{{TitleHistoryLine|8|[[Kaho Kobayashi]]|[[Jarochita]]|[[2017]].[[09.15]]|[[Tokyo]], [[Japan]]}}
 
{{TitleHistoryLine|8|[[Kaho Kobayashi]]|[[Jarochita]]|[[2017]].[[09.15]]|[[Tokyo]], [[Japan]]}}
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{{TitleHistorySpan|Deactivated on [[November 6]], [[2019]] due to the promotions ended up their working relationship}}
 
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{{Gallery|name=Reina5Narumiya.jpg|caption=[[Maki Narumiya]], 5th Champion}}
 
{{Gallery|name=Reina5Narumiya.jpg|caption=[[Maki Narumiya]], 5th Champion}}
 
{{Gallery|name=Keira_Reina.jpg|caption=[[Keyra]],  7th champion}}
 
{{Gallery|name=Keira_Reina.jpg|caption=[[Keyra]],  7th champion}}
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{{Gallery|name=KahoKobayashiREINA.jpg|caption=[[Kaho Kobayashi]], 8th champion}}
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Latest revision as of 15:18, 22 January 2020

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The CMLL-REINA International Junior Championship was a professional wrestling championship. It was disputed by luchadoras from Consejo Mundial de Lucha Libre and REINA World Joshi Puroresu. It was active between 2011 and 2019.

History of Championship

On August 7, 2011 it was announced the creation of a championship for female wrestlers in the young joshi promotion UWWR from Japan. The participants were Dama de Hierro, Luscious Latasha, Mia Yim, Ray, Saya, Sendai Sachiko & Zeuxis. The winner of the tournament was Ray after she defeated Zeuxis in a Two Out of Three Falls Match to became the first champion.

On November 6, 2019, CMLL announced they had ended up their agrement with REINA, as well the beginning of a new working relationship with Lady's Ring. This title, and the CMLL-REINA International Championship were deactivated; instead the promotion launched a new version of CMLL Japan Women's Championship.

Champions Listing

# Champion(s) Defeated Date Location
Finals of 8-Woman Tournament to crown the inaugural champion
1 Ray Zeuxis 2011.09.10 Tobu Friend Hall - Edogawa, Tokyo, Japan
2 Silueta Ray 2011.10.18 Arena Mexico - Mexico City
1 Saya 2012.01.15 REINA Arena - Chiba, Japan
2 Aoi Ishibashi 2012.03.24 Shinjuku Face - Kabukicho, Tokyo, Japan
3 Zeuxis 2012.12.28 Arena Coliseo Guadalajara - Guadalajara, Jalisco
3 Zeuxis Silueta 2013.06.04 Arena Coliseo Guadalajara - Guadalajara, Jalisco
4 Silueta [2] Ray 2014.08.03 Arena Coliseo DF - Mexico City
5 Maki Narumiya Silueta 2014.08.08 Isami Wrestling Arena - Warabi, Saitama, Japan
6 Silueta [3] Maki Narumiya 2014.08.30 Korakuen Hall
7 Keyra Silueta 2017.01.29 Arena Naucalpan
Keyra ends up not working with CMLL, relinquishes this championship
Decision Match to crown the new champion
8 Kaho Kobayashi Jarochita 2017.09.15 Tokyo, Japan
Deactivated on November 6, 2019 due to the promotions ended up their working relationship
 
 
title change
successful title defense
championship matches which were announced, but results were not found

Sources:

Gallery of Champions

Ray, 1st Champion
Silueta, 2nd, 4th & 6th Champion
Zeuxis, 3rd Champion
Maki Narumiya, 5th Champion
Keyra, 7th champion
Kaho Kobayashi, 8th champion
Consejo Mundial de Lucha Libre Championships
CMLL: Mini: ShockercitoSuper Light: vacant
Welter: TitánMiddle: El Cuatrero
Light Heavy: Niebla RojaHeavy: Ultimo Guerrero
Tag: Mistico & CaristicoWomen: Marcela
Trios: Los Guerreros Laguneros (Ultimo Guerrero, Gran Guerrero & Euforia)
NWA WH: Welter: Volador Jr.Middle: CarísticoLight Heavy: Stuka Jr.
National: Light: ElectricoWelter: Soberano Jr.Light Heavy: Bárbaro Cavernario
Heavy: El TerribleWomen: La Metálica
Tag (Atlantis Jr. & Flyer) • Women's Tag
Trios: Nueva Generacion Dinamita (Sansón, Cuatrero & Forastero)
Tournaments: Leyenda de Azul: Rush
Leyenda de Plata: Volador Jr.Universal: Terrible
Pequeño Reyes del Aire: ShockercitoReyes del Aire: Titán
Gran Alternativa: Flyer & Volador Jr.
En Busca de un Ídolo: Boby ZavalaLa Copa Jr.: Soberano Jr.
Parejas Increíbles: Barbaro Cavernario & Titan
REINA: CMLL-REINA Intl Junior: Kaho KobayashiCMLL-REINA Intl: ZeuxisCMLL-REINA Tag Team: Vacant
DF: Light: AstralWelter: SenseiMiddle: Hijo del Signo
Occidente: Welter: ExplosivoMiddle: Difunto
Light Heavy: EsfingeHeavy: Star Black
Tag: Gran Kenut & León Blanco
Trios: Nueva Generacion Dinamita (Sansón, Cuatrero & Forastero)
Misc: Arena Coliseo Tag: Esfinge & Tritón
Defunct: Copa de Arena Mexico Tournament
Japan TagJapan Women's