USWA Women's Championship

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USWA Women's Championship
Jacqueline Moore TNA 2008.jpg
Miss Texas, 14-time champion
Details
Promotion United States Wrestling Association
Date established March 2, 1992
Date retired November 1997

The USWA Women's Championship was a women's professional wrestling title in the American professional wrestling promotion, the United States Wrestling Association.

Title history[edit]

Key
No. Overall reign number
Reign Reign number for the specific champion
Days Number of days held
No. Champion Championship change Reign statistics Notes Ref.
Date Event Location Reign Days
1 Miss Texas March 2, 1992 USWA show Memphis, Tennessee 1 42 Defeated Dirty White Girl in a tournament final to become the first champion. [1]
2 Lauren Davenport April 13, 1992 USWA show Memphis, Tennessee 1 7 [1]
3 Dirty White Girl April 20, 1992 USWA show Memphis, Tennessee 1 7 [1]
4 Lauren Davenport April 27, 1992 USWA show Memphis, Tennessee 2 119 [1]
5 Miss Texas August 24, 1992 USWA show Memphis, Tennessee 2 28 [1]
6 Moondog Fifi September 21, 1992 USWA show Memphis, Tennessee 1 26 [1][2]
7 Miss Texas October 17, 1992 USWA show Memphis, Tennessee 3 16 [1]
8 Lauren Davenport November 2, 1992 USWA show Memphis, Tennessee 3 21 [1]
9 Miss Texas November 23, 1992 USWA show Memphis, Tennessee 4 14 [1]
10 Leslie Belanger December 7, 1992 USWA show Memphis, Tennessee 1 54 [1]
11 Miss Texas January 30, 1993 USWA show Nashville, Tennessee 5 58 On April 19 Sensational Sherri defeated Miss Texas for the title; however, the decision was later reversed and the title was returned to Miss Texas. [1][3][4]
12 Lauren Davenport March 29, 1993 USWA show Memphis, Tennessee 4 5
13 Miss Texas April 3, 1993 USWA show Memphis, Tennessee 6 121 [5]
14 Luna Vachon August 2, 1993 USWA show Memphis, Tennessee 1 21 [1]
15 Miss Texas August 23, 1993 USWA show Memphis, Tennessee 7 63
16 Sweet Georgia Brown October 25, 1993 USWA show Memphis, Tennessee 1 63
17 Lauren Davenport December 27, 1993 USWA show Memphis, Tennessee 5 103
18 Debbie Combs April 9, 1994 USWA show Memphis, Tennessee 1 104 Awarded the title When Davenport leaves USWA.
19 Candi Devine July 22, 1994 USWA show Inez, New York 1 136 May not to have been a title match.
20 Miss Texas December 5, 1994 USWA show Memphis, Tennessee 8 35 Match is also for the UWF Women's title.
21 Sweet Georgia Brown January 9, 1995 USWA show Memphis, Tennessee 2 7
22 Miss Texas January 16, 1995 USWA show Memphis, Tennessee 9 63
23 Sweet Georgia Brown March 20, 1995 USWA show Memphis, Tennessee 3 7
24 Miss Texas March 27, 1995 USWA show Memphis, Tennessee 10 21
25 Uptown Karen April 17, 1995 USWA show Memphis, Tennessee 1 7
26 Miss Texas April 24, 1995 USWA show Memphis, Tennessee 11 218
27 Tasha Simone November 28, 1995 USWA show Memphis, Tennessee 1 22 Title reactivated and Simone announced as champion. [1]
28 Miss Texas December 20, 1995 USWA show Memphis, Tennessee 12 21 [1]
29 Lady Satan January 10, 1996 USWA show Memphis, Tennessee 2 5 Debbie Combs wearing a mask
30 Miss Texas January 15, 1996 USWA show Memphis, Tennessee 13 91
31 Samantha April 15, 1996 USWA show Memphis, Tennessee 1 130
32 Miss Texas August 23, 1996 USWA show Memphis, Tennessee 14 73 [1]
33 Tasha Simone November 4, 1996 USWA show Memphis, Tennessee 2 1 [1]
Deactivated November 1997 Title retired when the USWA closed. [1]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

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  2. ^ Oliver, Greg (July 6, 2017). "Diane Von Hoffman dead at 55". SLAM Wrestling. Retrieved July 6, 2017.
  3. ^ "THIS DAY IN HISTORY: CROCKETT CUP, SPRING STAMPEDE, UK RAMPAGE, 65 MINUTES IN JAPAN AND MORE". PWInsider. Retrieved 2011-12-07.
  4. ^ "Jacqueline, Miss Texas Matches". LethalWoW. Retrieved 2011-12-07.
  5. ^ F4W Staff (April 3, 2015). "ON THIS DAY IN PRO WRESTLING TITLE CHANGE HISTORY: GOTCH VS. HACKENSCHMIDT, INOKI VS. HANSEN, GUERRERO VS. JERICHO". Wrestling Observer Figure Four Online. Retrieved February 10, 2017.