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The '''CMLL Japan Women's Championship''' is a professional wrestling championship owned by [[CMLL|Consejo Mundial de Lucha Libre]] (CMLL). It was originally established in [[1999]] and deactivated in [[2001]]; a new version of the title was lauched in [[2020]]. It's disputed by CMLL wrestlers as well as Lady's Ring wrestlers.
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== Current Champion ==
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[[Dalys|Dalys La Caribeña]] is the current champion. She defeated [[Mina Shirakawa]] on [[January 22]], [[2020]] in Tokyo, Japan to win the vacant title.
  
 
== History of Championship ==
 
== History of Championship ==
 
Championship promoted by [[CMLL]] during its [[Japan]] shows. The title was deactivated on [[June 8]], [[2001]] following [[Chikako Shiratori]] retirement from active competition in wrestling.
 
Championship promoted by [[CMLL]] during its [[Japan]] shows. The title was deactivated on [[June 8]], [[2001]] following [[Chikako Shiratori]] retirement from active competition in wrestling.
  
On [[November 6]], [[2019]] through CMLL Informa, the promotion announced the launch of a new version of CMLL Japan Women's Championship. It was established in order to be disputed on Lady's Ring joshi puroresu promotion, whit whom the promotion began a working relationship. A [[CMLL Japan Women's Tournament, 2020|tournament]] was set in order to get the opponent for [[Dalys|Dalys La Caribeña]] to dispute the new belt.
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On [[November 6]], [[2019]] through CMLL Informa, the promotion announced the launch of a new version of CMLL Japan Women's Championship. It was established in order to be disputed on Lady's Ring joshi puroresu promotion, with whom the promotion began a working relationship. A [[CMLL Japan Women's Tournament, 2020|tournament]] was set in order to get the opponent for [[Dalys|Dalys La Caribeña]] to dispute the new belt.
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On [[January 22]], [[2020]] in Tokyo, [[Dalys|Dalys La Caribeña]] defeated [[Mina Shirakawa]] to win the vacant title.
  
 
== Champions Listing ==
 
== Champions Listing ==
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{{TitleHistorySpan|'''Best Of Five Series to crow the inaugural champion'''}}
 
{{TitleHistorySpan|'''Best Of Five Series to crow the inaugural champion'''}}
 
{{TitleHistoryLine|1|[[Chikako Shiratori]]|[[Lady Apache]]|[[1999]].[[10.17]]|Mitsuaki Amu Hall - Osaka, Japan}}
 
{{TitleHistoryLine|1|[[Chikako Shiratori]]|[[Lady Apache]]|[[1999]].[[10.17]]|Mitsuaki Amu Hall - Osaka, Japan}}
{{TitleHistoryLine|2|[[La Diabolica]]|[[Chikako Shiratori]]|[[1999]].11.?|Tokyo}}
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{{TitleHistoryLine|2|[[La Diabolica]]|[[Chikako Shiratori]]|[[1999]].11.?|Tokyo, Japan}}
 
{{TitleHistoryLine|3|[[Chikako Shiratori]] [2]|[[La Diabolica]]|[[1999]].[[11.25]]|Kyoto, Japan}}
 
{{TitleHistoryLine|3|[[Chikako Shiratori]] [2]|[[La Diabolica]]|[[1999]].[[11.25]]|Kyoto, Japan}}
{{TitleDefenseLine|1|[[La Diabolica]]|[[2000]].[[02.13]]|[[Japan]]}}
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{{TitleDefenseLine|1|[[La Diabolica]]|[[2000]].[[02.13]]|Kyoto, Japan}}
 
{{TitleDefenseLine|2|[[Yuki Miyazaki]]|[[2000]].[[03.23]]|Strait Messe Shimonoseki - Yamaguchi, Japan}}
 
{{TitleDefenseLine|2|[[Yuki Miyazaki]]|[[2000]].[[03.23]]|Strait Messe Shimonoseki - Yamaguchi, Japan}}
 
{{TitleDefenseLine|3|[[Pesadilla Roja]]|[[2000]].[[05.28]]|Umeda Heat Beat - Osaka, Japan}}
 
{{TitleDefenseLine|3|[[Pesadilla Roja]]|[[2000]].[[05.28]]|Umeda Heat Beat - Osaka, Japan}}
 
{{TitleDefenseLine|4|[[Yuki Miyazaki|Policewoman]]|[[2001]].[[01.07]]|Osaka Rinkai Sports Center - Osaka, Japan}}
 
{{TitleDefenseLine|4|[[Yuki Miyazaki|Policewoman]]|[[2001]].[[01.07]]|Osaka Rinkai Sports Center - Osaka, Japan}}
 
{{TitleHistorySpan|Title deactivated on [[June 8]], [[2001]] due to [[Chikako Shiratori]] retirement}}
 
{{TitleHistorySpan|Title deactivated on [[June 8]], [[2001]] due to [[Chikako Shiratori]] retirement}}
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{{TitleHistorySpan|'''Decision Match to crow the new champion'''}}
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{{TitleHistoryLine|4|[[Dalys|Dalys La Caribeña]]|[[Mina Shirakawa]]|[[2020]].[[01.22]]|Shinkiba 1st Ring - Tokyo, Japan}}
 
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== Gallery of Champions ==
 
== Gallery of Champions ==
 
{{Gallery|name=Chikako Shiratori.JPG|caption=[[Chikako Shiratori]], 1st & 3rd Champion}}
 
{{Gallery|name=Chikako Shiratori.JPG|caption=[[Chikako Shiratori]], 1st & 3rd Champion}}
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{{Gallery|name=CMLL-JP-Dalys.jpg|caption=[[Dalys|Dalys La Caribeña]], 4th Champion}}
 
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== Gallery of Title Belts ==
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{{gallery|name=Cmlljapan-women.png|caption=1st Belt}}
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== Sources ==
 
== Sources ==

Latest revision as of 15:02, 22 January 2020

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The CMLL Japan Women's Championship is a professional wrestling championship owned by Consejo Mundial de Lucha Libre (CMLL). It was originally established in 1999 and deactivated in 2001; a new version of the title was lauched in 2020. It's disputed by CMLL wrestlers as well as Lady's Ring wrestlers.

Current Champion

Dalys La Caribeña is the current champion. She defeated Mina Shirakawa on January 22, 2020 in Tokyo, Japan to win the vacant title.

History of Championship

Championship promoted by CMLL during its Japan shows. The title was deactivated on June 8, 2001 following Chikako Shiratori retirement from active competition in wrestling.

On November 6, 2019 through CMLL Informa, the promotion announced the launch of a new version of CMLL Japan Women's Championship. It was established in order to be disputed on Lady's Ring joshi puroresu promotion, with whom the promotion began a working relationship. A tournament was set in order to get the opponent for Dalys La Caribeña to dispute the new belt.

On January 22, 2020 in Tokyo, Dalys La Caribeña defeated Mina Shirakawa to win the vacant title.

Champions Listing

# Champion(s) Defeated Date Location
Best Of Five Series to crow the inaugural champion
1 Chikako Shiratori Lady Apache 1999.10.17 Mitsuaki Amu Hall - Osaka, Japan
2 La Diabolica Chikako Shiratori 1999.11.? Tokyo, Japan
3 Chikako Shiratori [2] La Diabolica 1999.11.25 Kyoto, Japan
1 La Diabolica 2000.02.13 Kyoto, Japan
2 Yuki Miyazaki 2000.03.23 Strait Messe Shimonoseki - Yamaguchi, Japan
3 Pesadilla Roja 2000.05.28 Umeda Heat Beat - Osaka, Japan
4 Policewoman 2001.01.07 Osaka Rinkai Sports Center - Osaka, Japan
Title deactivated on June 8, 2001 due to Chikako Shiratori retirement
Decision Match to crow the new champion
4 Dalys La Caribeña Mina Shirakawa 2020.01.22 Shinkiba 1st Ring - Tokyo, Japan
 
 
title change
successful title defense
championship matches which were announced, but results were not found

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Gallery of Champions

Chikako Shiratori, 1st & 3rd Champion
Dalys La Caribeña, 4th Champion


Gallery of Title Belts

1st Belt


Sources

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