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{{TitleHistoryLine|1|[[Star Fire]]|[[Arumi]]]<br>[[Blue Danger]]<br>[[Diosa Atenea]]<br>[[India Mazahua]]<br>[[Lady Dragon]]<br>[[Princesa Ahy Leen]]<br>[[Xena (DF)|Xena]]|[[2015]].[[02.01]]|Arena Coliseo Coacalco - Coacalco, Mexico State}}
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{{TitleDefenseLine|2|[[India Mazahua]]|[[2015]].[[03.15]]|Arena Lopez Mateos - Tlalnepantla, Mexico State}}
 
{{TitleDefenseLine|2|[[India Mazahua]]|[[2015]].[[03.15]]|Arena Lopez Mateos - Tlalnepantla, Mexico State}}
 
{{TitleDefenseLine|3|[[Sexy Girl]]|[[2015]].[[04.01]]|Arena Lopez Mateos - Tlalnepantla, Mexico State}}
 
{{TitleDefenseLine|3|[[Sexy Girl]]|[[2015]].[[04.01]]|Arena Lopez Mateos - Tlalnepantla, Mexico State}}
 
{{TitleHistorySpan|[[Star Fire]] held up the title on [[April 6]], [[2015]] when she leaves to [[Japan]]}}
 
{{TitleHistorySpan|[[Star Fire]] held up the title on [[April 6]], [[2015]] when she leaves to [[Japan]]}}
 
{{TitleHistorySpan|'''six women match to crown the new champion'''}}
 
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{{TitleDefenseLine|1|[[Kasey Owens]]|[[2015]].[[05.16]]|No Limits Sport Center - Barcelona, Spain}}
 
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{{TitleHistorySpan|[[Vaneli]] vacated the title on [[September 13]], [[2015]] by personal reasons}}
 
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{{TitleHistorySpan|Nine Women Elimination Match for the vacant Title}}
 
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{{TitleHistoryLine|5|[[Kali]]|[[Dulce Luna]]<br>[[Candy Swing]]<br>[[Sexy Angel]]<br>[[Princesa Azul]]<br>[[Bomberita]]<br>[[Mary Caporal]]<br>[[Reina del Sur]]|[[2019]].[[06.22]]|[[Arena Lopez Mateos]]}}
 
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Revision as of 12:21, 23 June 2019

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The WWS World Championship is a professional wrestling women's championship promoted by Women Wrestling Stars. It was established in 2015.

Current Champion

Keneisha is the current champion. She defeated Diosa Atenea on January 14th, 2017 to become champion.

History of Championship

Championship represents WWS.

Champions Listing

# Champion(s) Defeated Date Location
eight women match to crown the inaugural champion
1 Star Fire Arumi
Blue Danger
Diosa Atenea
India Mazahua
Lady Dragon
Princesa Ahy Leen
Xena
2015.02.01 Arena Coliseo Coacalco - Coacalco, Mexico State
1 Diosa Atenea
Sexy Angel
2015.02.22 Arena Lopez Mateos - Tlalnepantla, Mexico State
2 India Mazahua 2015.03.15 Arena Lopez Mateos - Tlalnepantla, Mexico State
3 Sexy Girl 2015.04.01 Arena Lopez Mateos - Tlalnepantla, Mexico State
Star Fire held up the title on April 6, 2015 when she leaves to Japan
six women match to crown the new champion
2 Vaneli Sexy Girl]
Sexy Ángel
India Mazahua
Princesa Mohicana
Xena
2015.05.09 Arena Coliseo Coacalco - Coacalco, Mexico State
1 Kasey Owens 2015.05.16 No Limits Sport Center - Barcelona, Spain
Vaneli vacated the title on September 13, 2015 by personal reasons
five women cage match to crown the new champion
3 Diosa Atenea Sexy Girl, Sexy Ángel, Xena & Zuzu Divine 2015.09.13 Arena Aficion - Pachuca, Hidalgo
1 Ishtar 2015.10.11 Arena Coliseo Coacalco
2 Thunder Rosa 2015.11.19 Arena Aficion - Pachuca, Hidalgo
3 Tania La Guerrillera[1] 2016.01.28 Arena Afición - Pachuca, Hidalgo
4 Keneisha, Princesa Mohicana, Sexy Girl and Zuzu Divine 2016.03.20 Arena Lopez Mateos - Tlalnepantla, Mexico State
5 Toni Storm 2016.05.20 Beziers, France
6 Heather Monroe 2016.10.07 Knights Of Columbus Hall in Covina, California, USA
7 Lilith Dark 2016.11.03 Arena Aficion - Pachuca, Hidalgo
4 Keneisha Diosa Atenea 2017.01.14 Arena Lopez Mateos
1 La Bomberita 2018.11.04 Arena Afición - Pachuca, Hidalgo
Keneisha vacated the title
Nine Women Elimination Match for the vacant Title
5 Kali Dulce Luna
Candy Swing
Sexy Angel
Princesa Azul
Bomberita
Mary Caporal
Reina del Sur
2019.06.22 Arena Lopez Mateos
 
 
title change
successful title defense
championship matches which were announced, but results were not found

Sources:

Gallery of Champions

Star Fire, 1st Champion
Vaneli, 2nd Champion
Diosa Atenea, 3rd Champion
Keneisha, 4th Champion


Gallery of Title Belts

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