Bellatrix Female Warriors
|Style||Women's professional wrestling|
|Headquarters||Norwich, Norfolk, United Kingdom|
|Sister||World Association of Wrestling|
|Formerly||World Association of Women's Wrestling|
Bellatrix Female Warriors, also known as Bellatrix, is a British independent women's professional wrestling promotion based in Norwich. The company was founded by Sweet Saraya in 2006 as the World Association of Women's Wrestling, a sister company to her husband Ricky Knight's World Association of Wrestling. The promotion tours theatres, leisure centres, and town halls.
The company was founded by Sweet Saraya in 2005 as the World Association of Women's Wrestling, a sister company to her husband Ricky Knight's World Association of Wrestling. The name was later changed to Bellatrix Female Warriors, as bellatrix is latin for "female warrior". The company trains their own wrestlers, as well as hosts international talent. Trainees are taught traditional British catch wrestling. In addition, shows are promoted via video on demand or internet pay-per-view (iPPV).
|Title||Current holder||Date won||Location||Previous Champion||Reference|
|Bellatrix World Championship||Saraya Knight||21 September 2019||Norfolk||Queen Maya|||
|Bellatrix European Championship||Amarah||21 December 2018||Norfolk||Inaugrual|
|Bellatrix British Championship||Leia Elise||3 March 2019||Norfolk||Karama|||
|RQW European Women's Championship||Vacant||19 November 2018||Blue Nikita|||
|Bellatrix Academy Championship||Maddison Lee||3 March 2019||Norfolk||Abbie Louise|
Queen of the Ring Tournament
From official roster
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- Addy Starr
- 'Amazon' Ayesha Ray
- Amy Lee Kramer
- April Davids
- Ashley Paige
- Bengal Tiger
- Blue Nikita
- Courtney Rush
- Dahlia Black
- Em Jay
- Emi Sakura
- Emma Ford
- Fiona Fraser
- Hannah Blossom
- Hikari Minami
- Hikaru Shida
- Holly Blossom
- James Scott
- Janey B
- Jemma Palmer
- Jenny Sjödin
- Kaori Yoneyama
- Kasey Owens
- Kat Waters
- Kay Lee Ray
- Kirsty Love
- Laura Di Matteo
- Leigh Owens
- Leon Britannico
- Mark Anthony
- Manami Toyota
- Meiko Satomura
- Melanie Price
- Miss Mina
- Nixon Newell
- Psycho Lolita
- Rhia O'Reilly
- Sammi Hope
- Sammii Jayne
- Sara Marie-Taylor
- Tennessee Honey
- Toni Storm
- Tsukasa Fujimoto
- Zoe Lucas
- Professional wrestling in the United Kingdom
- Professional wrestling promotions in the United Kingdom
- List of women's wrestling promotions
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