WWC Women's Championship

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WWC Women's Championship
Details
Promotion World Wrestling Council
Date established 1985
Date retired December 31, 2011

The WWC Women's Championship was the top title for women's professional wrestling in the Puerto Rican professional wrestling promotion, the World Wrestling Council. The championship was established on 1985. Though the championship was abandoned on 1999, it was revived on 2006.

Title history[edit]

Symbol Meaning
Used for vacated reigns so as not to count it as an official reign
  Indicates periods of unknown lineage
# Wrestler Reign Date Days
held
Location Event Notes Ref(s).
1 Wendi Richter 1 1985
 
2 Monster Ripper 1 1987
 
3 Wendi Richter 2 July 28, 1987 Trinidad and Tobago Defeat Monster Ripper in a tournament final. [1] [2]
 
Vacant 1990
4 Monster Ripper 2 August 1990 Puerto Rico Defeat Candi Devine in a tournament final to win the vacant championship.
5 Sasha 1 October 13, 1990 28 Caguas, Puerto Rico
6 Monster Ripper 3 November 10, 1990 35 Bayamón, Puerto Rico
7 Sasha 2 December 15, 1990 84 Bayamón, Puerto Rico
8 Monster Ripper 4 March 9, 1991 63 Carolina, Puerto Rico
9 Candi Devine 1 May 11, 1991 121 Guaynabo, Puerto Rico
10 Monster Ripper 5 September 7, 1991 28 Bayamón, Puerto Rico [3]
11 Sasha 3 October 5, 1991 204 Carolina, Puerto Rico
12 La Tigresa 1 April 26, 1992 48 Carolina, Puerto Rico
Vacant June 13, 1992 36 Carolina, Puerto Rico Title was held up after a match between Tigresa and Sasha ended as a draw.
13 La Tigresa 2 July 19, 1992 21 Caguas, Puerto Rico Awarded the title by forfeit after Sasha no-showed for their rematch.
14 Amarilis 1 August 9, 1992 Ponce, Puerto Rico
Vacant October 1992 After Amaryllis left the promotion.
15 Sasha 4 November 22, 1992 146 Caguas, Puerto Rico Defeat La Tigresa to win the vacant championship in a Scaffold match.
16 La Tigresa 3 April 17, 1993 1,775 Bayamón, Puerto Rico Awarded the title by forfeit after Sasha no-showed for their rematch.
Vacant February 25, 1998 After Tigresa was arrested for drug charges.
Inactive March 1, 1999 Carolina, Puerto Rico
17 Génesis 1 March 25, 2006 42 Carolina, Puerto Rico Won a battle royal to win the championship.
Vacant May 5, 2006
18 Lady Demonique 1 May 6, 2006 49 Caguas, Puerto Rico Defeat Black Rose to win the vacant championship.
19 Black Rose 1 June 24, 2006 77 Bayamón, Puerto Rico Stacey Colón was the special referee.
20 Lady Demonique 2 September 9, 2006 21 Ponce, Puerto Rico
21 Génesis 2 September 30, 2006 28 Bayamón, Puerto Rico
22 Lady Demonique 3 October 28, 2006 26 Bayamón, Puerto Rico
23 Black Rose 2 November 23, 2006 10 Caguas, Puerto Rico
Vacant December 3, 2006 After Rose jumped to IWA.
 
24 Amazona 1 October 27, 2007 49 Bayamón, Puerto Rico Defeat Génesis.
25 Génesis 3 December 15, 2007 140 Caguas, Puerto Rico
26 Killer Kat 1 May 3, 2008 266 Ponce, Puerto Rico
27 Sweet Nancy 1 January 24, 2009 77 Bayamón, Puerto Rico
28 Killer Kat 2 March 21, 2009 21 Bayamón, Puerto Rico
29 Sara Jay-Evans 1 April 11, 2009 7 Bayamón, Puerto Rico [4]
30 Sweet Nancy 2 April 18, 2009 21 Aguas Buenas, Puerto Rico Defeat Sara Jay-Evans and Killer Kat in a 3-way match.
31 Killer Kat 3 May 9, 2009 281 Caguas, Puerto Rico Defeat Sweet Nancy and La Morena in a 3-way match.
Stripped February 14, 2010
32 La Morena 1 March 12, 2010? 8 San Sebastian, Puerto Rico? Defeat Black Rose for the vacant championship.
33 Killer Kat 4 March 20, 2010 49 Bayamón, Puerto Rico
34 Debbie Ross 1 May 8, 2010 147 Lajas, Puerto Rico
35 Black Rose 3 October 2, 2010 126 Bayamón, Puerto Rico
36 La Morena 2 February 5, 2011 23 Carolina, Puerto Rico
Vacant N/A February 28, 2011 When La Morena left from WWC.
37 Black Rose 4 September 24, 2011 98 Caguas, Puerto Rico Defeat Serena Deeb in a tournament final for the vacant WWC World Women's Championship. [5]
Inactive N/A December 31, 2011 The title was retired.

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