Chaotic Wrestling Women's Championship

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Chaotic Wrestling Women's Championship
Details
PromotionChaotic Wrestling
Date establishedFebruary 11, 2011
Current champion(s)Armani Kayos and Paris Van Dale
Date wonApril 22, 2021

The Chaotic Wrestling (CW) Women's Championship is a women's professional wrestling title in American independent promotion Chaotic Wrestling. Nikki Roxx won a 5-woman Gauntlet match to become the inaugural champion in Lowell, Massachusetts on February 11, 2011.[1] However, Roxx lost the title to Alexxis on June 3.[2] On December 2, Mercedes KV captured the Women's Championship after a win over Alexxis in an "I Quit" match.[3] On August 18, 2012, the title was vacated after Mercedes KV was signed to the World Wrestling Entertainment, where she now performs as Sasha Banks. Becca is the current champion, who is in her second reign. She won the title on February 4, 2021 by defeating Ava Everett.

Title history[edit]

Reigns[edit]

As of October 24, 2021.

Key
No. Overall reign number
Reign Reign number for the specific champion
Days Number of days held
+ Current reign is changing daily
No. Champion Championship change Reign statistics Notes Ref.
Date Event Location Reign Days
1 Nikki Roxx February 11, 2011 Cold Fury 10 Lowell, MA 1 112 Roxx defeated Mistress Belmont in the finals of a five women gauntlet match to become the inaugural champion. [4]
2 Alexxis June 3, 2011 Chaotic Wrestling Lowell, MA 1 182 [4]
3 Mercedes KV December 2, 2011 Fan Appreciation Night Lowell, MA 1 259 This was an "I Quit" match. [4]
Vacated December 2, 2012 Chaotic Wrestling Lowell, MA The championship was declared vacant after Mercedes KV was signed to World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE). [4]
4 Barbie December 14, 2012 Fan Appreciation Tour Lowell, MA 1 291 – 321 Barbie defeated Kasey Ray in the finals of a six-woman battle royal to win the vacant championship. [4]
Vacated October 2013 The championship was vacated after Barbie suffered an injury. [4]
5 Kasey Ray December 13, 2013 Fan Appreciation Tour Lowell, MA 1 413 Ray defeated Alexxis, Davienne and Mistress Belmont in a four-way match to win the vacant championship. [4]
6 Mistress Belmont January 30, 2015 Chaotic Wrestling Lowell, MA 1 50 [4]
7 Kasey Ray March 21, 2015 Cold Fury 14: Divide and Conquer Lowell, MA 2 48 [4]
8 Mistress Belmont May 8, 2015 Chaotic Wrestling Lowell, MA 2 162 [4]
9 Alexxis October 17, 2015 Breaking Point Stoneham, MA 2 174 Kasey Ray served as the special guest referee. [4]
10 Davienne April 8, 2016 Cold Fury 15: Unbreakable Lowell, MA 1 385 [4]
11 Ashley Vox April 28, 2017 The Chaotic Challenge Continues Lowell, MA 1 322 [4]
12 Alexxis/Alisha Edwards March 16, 2018 Cold Fury 17: Resurrection Haverhill, MA 3 77 [4]
13 Skylar June 1, 2018 Chaotic Countdown Lowell, MA 1 168 [4]
14 Tasha Steelz November 16, 2018 Breaking Point Lowell, MA 1 329 [4]
15 Skylar October 11, 2019 Elevated Lowell, MA 2 42 [5]
Vacated November 22, 2019
16 Tasha Steelz November 22, 2019 Breaking Point Andover, MA 2 112 Steelz defeated Alisha Edwards to win the vacant championship. [6]
17 Ava Everett March 13, 2020 Live event Lawrence, MA 1 328 [7]
18 Becca February 4, 2021 Reloaded #8 North Andover, MA 1 77 [8]
19 Armani Kayos & Paris Van Dale April 22, 2021 Reloaded North Andover, MA 1 185+ Armani Kayos Defeats Becca in a match slated for Paris Van Dale to win the Chaotic women's Championship

Combined reigns[edit]

Record three-time champion Alisha Edwards

As of October 24, 2021.

Indicates the current champion.
¤ The exact length of a title reign is uncertain; the combined length may not be correct.
Rank Wrestler No. of
Reigns
Combined Days
1 Kasey Ray 2 461
2 Tasha Steelz 2 441
3 Alexxis/Alisha Edwards 3 433
4 Davienne 1 385
5 Ava Everett 1 328
6 Ashley Vox 1 322
7 Barbie 1 291 – 321¤
8 Mercedes KV 1 260
9 Mistress Belmont 2 212
10 Skylar 2 210
11 Nikki Roxx 1 112
12 Armani Kayos and Paris Van Dale † 1 185+
13 Becca 1 77

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Title Histories". Chaotic Wrestling. Archived from the original on 2011-06-25. Retrieved 2011-02-11.
  2. ^ "CW, June 3, 2011". Chaotic Wrestling. Retrieved 2011-06-03.
  3. ^ "Chaotic Wrestling title histories". Chaotic Wrestling. Archived from the original on 2011-06-25. Retrieved 2011-12-02.
  4. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p "Chaotic Wrestling Championship Histories". Chaotic Wrestling.
  5. ^ ZEKEDANE [@ZekeDane] (October 12, 2019). "In case you have been asleep for the past 24 hours and have not yet heard - @HotScoopSkylar is now the NEW and 2-Time @ChaoticWrestlin women's champion! t.co/wXwkTMSleF" (Tweet). Retrieved December 29, 2020 – via Twitter.
  6. ^ ZEKEDANE [@ZekeDane] (November 23, 2019). "Your new and now TWO-TIME @ChaoticWrestlin women's champion! @RealTSteelz t.co/VeAMYwCGrI" (Tweet). Retrieved December 29, 2020 – via Twitter.
  7. ^ Founds, Lauren (March 14, 2020). "Ava Everett wins the Chaotic Women's Championship". Bell To Belles. Retrieved March 22, 2021.
  8. ^ "CW Reloaded #8". Cagematch - The Internet Wrestling Databse. Retrieved March 22, 2021.

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