World Women's Wrestling

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World Women's Wrestling
Acronym WWW
Founded 2006
Defunct 2010
Style American Wrestling
Headquarters Jamaica Plain, Massachusetts, United States
Founder(s) Sheldon Goldberg
Owner(s) Sheldon Goldberg (2006–current)
Parent New England Championship Wrestling

World Women's Wrestling (WWW or Triple W) was a New England based female independent professional wrestling promotion. New England Championship Wrestling (NECW) recognized the World Women's Wrestling Championship, and it was defended at NECW events.[1]



World Women's Wrestling Championship
Current champion(s) Davienne
Date won September 6, 2014
Date established June 5, 2005
Promotion New England Championship Wrestling

The World Women's Wrestling Championship was a professional wrestling title contested in World Women's Wrestling and New England Championship Wrestling. It was originally known as NECW World Women's Championship until the NECW and PWF Mayhem Women's Championships were unified. The current champion is Alexxis Nevaeh, who is in her third reign. Due to the closing of NECW and WWW on November 6, 2010, Alexxis Nevaeh, who held the title at the time, was recognized as the former WWW Champion as the title was not retained by PWF Northeast.


Name Years
NECW World Women's Championship 2005—2006
World Women's Wrestling Championship 2006–present


As of August 28, 2015.

# Wrestler Reign Date Days
Location Notes
1 Mercedes Martinez 1 June 5, 2005 112 Somerville, MA Mercedes Martinez defeated Nikki Roxx in an 8-woman tournament final to become the inaugural champion.
2 Natalia 1 September 25, 2005 20 Somerville, MA
3 Violet Flame 1 October 15, 2005 141 Somerville, MA
4 Nikki Roxx 1 March 5, 2006 259 Somerville, MA Defeated Violet Flame and Mercedes Martinez in a three–way match. On August 13, 2006, Roxx defeated PWF Mayhem champion Alere Little Feather to become the unified World Women's Wrestling champion.
5 Tanya Lee 1 November 19, 2006 266 Somerville, MA
5 Alexxis Nevaeh 1 August 12, 2007 210 Somerville, MA Defeated Tanya Lee, Jana and Natalia in fatal four–way match.
6 Ariel 1 March 9, 2008 517 Somerville, MA
7 Alexxis Nevaeh 2 August 8, 2009 224 Quincy, MA
8 Mistress Belmont 1 March 20, 2010 141 Quincy, MA
9 Alexxis Nevaeh 3 August 8, 2010 1846 Quincy, MA Defeated Mistress Belmont in a steel cage match. The title was not retained by PWF Northeast after the closure of NECW on November 6, 2010. Therefore, Nevaeh is recognized as the final champion. The title was revived along with NECW on May 14, 2011 with Nevaeh as champion.
10 Mistress Belmont 2 November 9, 2013 657+ Beverly, MA Defeated Alexxis with outside help from stablemates Miss Sammi Lane and Nikki Valentine.
11 Davienne 1 September 6, 2014 356+ Everett, MA


  1. ^ "NECW Title History". 2008-11-01. Retrieved 2008-11-01. 

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