IWA Mid-South Women's Championship

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Jump to: navigation, search
IWA Mid-South Women's Championship
Details
Promotion IWA Mid-South
Date established May 30, 2004
Date retired December 6, 2008
Other name(s)

The IWA Mid-South Women's Championship was the women's professional wrestling title in the Independent Wrestling Association Mid-South professional wrestling promotion. The title began on May 30, 2004 in a one night tournament titled "Volcano Girls" at the National Guard Armory in Hammond, Indiana co-promoted by IWA Mid-South Wrestling and NWA Midwest Wrestling. Until June 17, 2005, it was a joint championship with the NWA Midwest Women's Championship and was known as the NWA Midwest/IWA Mid-South Women's Championship.[1][2]

Title history[edit]

No. Wrestler Reign Date Days held Location Notes
NWA Midwest/IWA Mid-South Women's Championship
1 Lacey 1 May 30, 2004 110 Hammond, Indiana Defeated Mercedes Martinez and Daizee Haze in a three-way elimination tournament final to become the first champion.
2 Mercedes Martinez 1 September 17, 2004 120 Highland, Indiana Defeated Lacey at the 2004 Ted Petty Invitational - Night One to become the second NWA Midwest/IWA Mid-South Women's Champion.
3 Ariel 1 January 15, 2005 28 Framingham, Massachusetts Ariel defeated Mercedes Martinez and Hayley Skye in a three-way match at a New England Championship Wrestling event to become the third NWA Midwest/IWA Mid-South Women's Championship.
4 Daizee Haze 1 February 12, 2005 84 Highland, Indiana Daizee Haze defeated Ariel, Cheerleader Melissa, Mickie Knuckles, MsChif and Sara Del Rey in a six-way elimination match, last defeating MsChif, to become the fourth NWA Midwest/IWA Mid-South Women's Champion.[3]
5 MsChif 1 May 7, 2005 35 Streamwood, Illinois Defeated Daizee Haze at an NWA Midwest event promoted by Ed Chuman to become the fifth NWA Midwest/IWA Mid-South Women's Champion.
On June 17, 2005, in Midlothian, Illinois, Ed Chuman, NWA Midwest promoter, declares that a supposed title change on June 11 (an IWA Mid-South event in Philadelphia, PA where Mickie Knuckles defeated MsChif and Allison Danger in a 3-way match to become champion in IWA's eyes) is invalid due to the match not being sanctioned by the NWA. The two titles then split into separate entities as IWA Mid-South promoter Ian Rotten recognized Knuckles as champion with her win over MsChif. Knuckles is thus the first strictly IWA Mid-South Women's Champion, and is where that portion of the title lineage begins.
IWA Mid-South Women's Championship
6 Mickie Knuckles 1 June 11, 2005 160 Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Won the title from MsChif in a 3-way match against MsChif and Allison Danger.
7 Hailey Hatred 1 November 18, 2005 82 Plainfield, Indiana Won the title from Mickie Knuckles at King of the Death Matches: Night One.[4]
8 Mickie Knuckles 2 February 8, 2006 528 South Charleston, West Virginia Won the title at IWA East Coast's A Need to Bleed.[5]
9 Chuck Taylor 1 July 21, 2007 14 Joliet, Illinois Won the title in a double-title match at Bad Blood Rising, where Taylor's IWA Mid-South Heavyweight Championship was also at stake.[6]
10 Mickie Knuckles 3 August 4, 2007 272 Plainfield, Indiana This was a no countout, falls count anywhere match at Extreme Heaven.[7]
11 Daizee Haze 2 May 2, 2008 218 Indianapolis, Indiana Defeated Mickie Knuckles and Sara Del Rey in a three-way match at Fan Appreciation Night.[8]
Deactivated December 6, 2008 Joliet, Illinois Ian Rotten announced at the 2008 Candido Cup that all titles are being done away with in IWA except for the IWA World Heavyweight and Light Heavyweight Titles.[9]

List of combined reigns[edit]

Rank Wrestler No. of reigns Combined days
1 Mickie Knuckles 3 960
2 Daizee Haze 2 302
3 Mercedes Martinez 1 120
4 Lacey 1 110
5 Hailey Hatred 1 82
6 MsChif 1 35
7 Ariel 1 28
8 Chuck Taylor 1 14

References[edit]

  1. ^ Tanabe, Hisaharu. "I.W.A. Mid-South Women's Title". Wrestling-Titles.com. Retrieved 2007-08-19. 
  2. ^ "IWA Mid-South Official Website". IWA-MS. Retrieved 2007-08-20. 
  3. ^ "IWA Mid-South 2005 Results". Online World of Wrestling. Retrieved 2007-08-19. 
  4. ^ "IWA Mid-South King of the Death Matches 2005: Night One results" (in German). Cagematch.de. Retrieved 2008-05-03. 
  5. ^ "IWA East Coast A Need to Bleed 2006 results" (in German). Cagematch.de. Retrieved 2008-05-03. 
  6. ^ "IWA Mid-South Bad Blood Rising results" (in German). Cagematch.de. Retrieved 2008-05-03. 
  7. ^ "IWA Mid-South Extreme Heaven 2007 results" (in German). Cagematch.de. Retrieved 2008-05-03. 
  8. ^ "IWA Mid-South Fan Appreciation Night results" (in German). Cagematch.de. Retrieved 2008-05-03. 
  9. ^ "IWA Mid-South Candido Cup 2008 results". 

See also[edit]