Queens of Chaos

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Queens Of Chaos
Acronym Queens of Chaos - QoC
Founded 2005
Style various
Headquarters France
Founder(s) Jerome Pourrut
Laurent Pourrut
Sacha Puysségur
Owner(s) Jerome Pourrut
Parent Fighting Spirit Federation

Queens of Chaos is a French based female independent professional wrestling promotion created in 2005. Queens of Chaos promotes its own shows but also showcases matches on its parent promotion Fighting Spirit Federation, which mainly deals with the male side of professional wrestling. The tournaments feature female wrestlers from all over the world.

The promotion has now concluded, with only video downloads of matches now available, from Thundergirls.

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Championships[edit]

World Queens of Chaos Championship[edit]

The World Queens of Chaos Championship is the International title contested for in the promotion. The wrestler who wins the title is called the 'Queen of Chaos'.

Wrestler Times Date Days held Place / Event Note(s)
Nikita 1 May 13, 2005 360 "Queens of Chaos" event in Toulouse 1st ever Queen of Chaos - winning a Royal Rumble type match
Nikita vacated the title on May 8, 2006 after her last European independent match before heading to America
Rebecca Knox 1 June 4, 2006 111 Queens of Chaos Championship match in Chouilly Title vacated by Nikita
Sweet Saraya 1 September 23, 2006 50 Queens of Chaos Championship Match @ WAW (UK)
April Hunter 1 November 12, 2006 2,963+ "Queens of Chaos 2" event in Paris

European Queens of Chaos Championship[edit]

The European Queens of Chaos Championship is the European title contested for in the promotion.

Wrestler Times Date Days held Place / Event Note(s)
Minx 1 January 21, 2007 2,893+ "Chaos with a Revenge" in Paris

Roster[edit]

Alumni[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b Chris Schramm (November 7, 2006). "Christy Hemme: From Diva to Wrestler". SLAM! Wrestling. Retrieved 2008-03-11. 

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