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September 18, 1966--Present

From Wrestling Title Histories
by Royal Duncan & Gary Will
with additional information from Matt Benaka, John Solo and Earl Oliver

1.Slave Girl/Fabulous Moolah
09/18/66-Baltimore, Maryland, United States
Slave Girl/Fabulous Moolah defeated Judy Grable in the finals of a tournament to crown the first women champion.

2.Betty Boucher
09/17/66-Seattle, Washington, United States

3.Fabulous Moolah (2)

4.Yukiko Tomoe
03/10/68-Osaka, JAPAN

5.The Fabulous Moolah (3)

6.Chiyo Obata
/ /76-JAPAN

7.Fabulous Moolah (4)
/ /76-JAPAN

8.Evelyn Stevens
10/08/78-Dallas, Texas, United States

9.The Fabulous Moolah (5)
10/10/78-Fort Worth, Texas, United States

10.Wendi Richter
07/23/84-New York, New York, United States

11.Leilani Kai
02/18/85-New York, New York, United States
managed by Fabulous Moolah

12.Wendi Richter (2)
03/31/85-New York, New York, United States (Madison Square Garden)-Wrestlemania

13.Fabulous Moolah (6)
11/25/85-New York, New York, United States

14.Velvet McIntyre
07/03/86-Brisbane, AUSTRALIA

15.Fabulous Moolah (7)
07/09/86-Sydney, AUSTRALIA

16."Sensational" Sherri Martel {Sherry Russell}
07/24/87- Houston, Texas, United States

17.Rockin' Robin
10/07/88-Paris, FRANCE
Rockin' Robin was stripped of the title in 1990 when the WWF deactivated it.

18.Alundra Blayze {Debra Ann Micelli}
12/13/93- Poughkeepsie, New York, United States-Monday Night Raw
Alundra Blayze defeated Heidi Lee Morgan in the finals of a tournament to reactivate the Women's Title.

19.Bull Nakano {Keiko Nakano}
11/27/94-Tokyo, JAPAN

20.Alundra Blayze (2)
04/03/95-Poughkeepsie, New York, The United States

21.Bertha Faye
08/27/95- Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, The United States (Pittsburgh Civic Arena)-Summerslam
managed by Harvey Wippleman

22.Alundra Blayze (3)
10/23/95-Brandon, Manitoba, CANADA
Alundra Blayze was fired by the WWF on December 13, 1995; she subsequently appeared on World Championship Wrestling (WCW) television and threw the title belt in the trash. The Women's division was abandoned in January of 1996.

23.Jacqueline (Jacqueline Moore)
09/15/98-Sacramento, California, USA - Monday Night RAW (9/21 program)
Defeated Sable (Rena Mero) to win the revived title
Managed by Marc Mero

24. Sable (Rena Mero)
11/15/98-St. Louis, Missouri (Kiel Center) - Survivor Series

25.Debra McMichael
05/10/99-Jacksonville, Florida (Monday Night RAW)
Was defeated by Sable in an Evening Gown match but Commissioner Shawn Michaels reversed the decision saying he had decided that the girl wholost her gown was the winner.

06/08/99-Worcester, MA

27.The Fabulous Moolah (8)
10/17/99-Cleveland, OH (Gund Arena)
No Mercy PPV

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28. Ivory (2)
10/25/99-Providence, RI (Civic Center)
Monday Night RAW
Moolah announces her retirement but Ivory comes out and reminds her that she has a return clause.
The match is held on the spot and Ivory pins Moolah in a matter of seconds.

29.Miss Kitty
12/12/99-Ft Lauderdale, Florida (Armageddon PPV)
Defeats Ivory, Jacqueline and Barbara Bush (BB) is an Evening Gown match
The match took place in a pool of water

30.Harvey Wippleman
01/31/00-Pittsburgh, PA (Monday Night RAW)
Wippleman disguised himself as a woman called "Hermina"
Defeated "The Kat" in a "Lumberjill Snowbunny" match which took place in a pool filled with snow and surrounded by lady wrestlers.

31.Jacqueline [2] 02/01/2000 Detroit, MI (Joe Louis Arena)
SmackDown - 02/03 program
Jacquie won a drawing to challenge for the title

32.Stephanie McMahon-Helmsley
03/28/2000-San Antonio, TX

08/21/2000-Lafayette, LA (Cajun Dome)

33.Ivory [3]
10/31/2000 Rochester, NY
Defeats Lita, Trish Stratus & Jacquelyn in a Four Way match.

04/01/2001-Houston Texas (Astrodome)
WrestleMania X7 card

Title Vacant
Chyna leaves the WWF

35.Trish Stratus
11/18/2001-Greensboro, NC (Greensboro Coliseum)
Survivor Series PPV
Wins a Six Pack Challenge tag team match against Ivory, Jacqueline, Lita, Molly Holly and Jazz

02/04/2002-Las Vegas, NV (UNLV Thomas & Mack Center)

The World Wrestling Federation changes it's name to World Wrestling Entertainment after losing a suit to the World Wildlife Fund. Henceforth, all WWF Titles will be known as WWE Titles

37.Trish Stratus [2]
05/13/2002-Toronto, Ontario, Canada (Air Canada Centre)
Monday Night RAW
This was a mixed gender tag team match - Trish/Bubba Dudley vs. Jazz/Steven Richards - in which both the hardcore nd the Womens' Titles were on the line

38.Molly Holly (Nora Greenwald)
06/23/2002-Columbus, OH (Nationwide Arena)
WWE King of the Ring PPV

39.Trish Stratus [3]
09/22/2002-Los Angeles, CA (Staple Center)
Unforgiven PPV

11/17/2002-New York, NY (Madison Square Garden)
Survivor Series PPV

41.Trish Stratus [4]
03/30/2003-Seattle, Washington (SAFECO Field)
WrestleMania XIX
Defeated Victoria and Jazz in a Triple Threat match.

42.Jazz [2]
04/27/2003-Worcester, MA (Worcester's Centrum Center)
WWE Backlash PPV

43.Gail Kim
06/30/2003-Buffalo, New York (HSBC Arena)
Kim won a 7 woman Battle Royal by defeating Victoria. Other contenders were Jazz, Trish Stratus, Jacqueline, Ivory, and Molly Holly.

44.Molly Holly [2]
07/28/2003-Colorado Springs, CO (World Arena)
Monday Night RAW

45.Victoria [2]
02/23/2004-Omaha, NE (Qwest Center)
Monday Night RAW
Victoria won a Fatal Fourway match, defeating Jazz (w/Theodore Long), Molly Holly, and Lita

46.Trish Stratus [5]
06/13/2004-Columbus, OH (Nationwide Arena)
Defeated Victoria, Gail Kim, & Lita in a Four Way match.
WWE Bad Blood PPV

47.Lita [2]
12/06/2004-Charlotte, NC

48.Trish Stratus [6]
01/09/2005-San Juan, PR
WWE New Year's Revolution PPV

49.Mickie James
04/02/2006-Chicago, IL
WWE WrestleMania XXII PPV

50.Lita [3]
08/14/2006-Charlottesville, VA

51.Trish Stratus [7]
09/17/2006-Toronto, Ontario, CANADA (Air Canada Centre)
WWE Unforgiven PPV

52.Lita [4]
11/05/2006-Cincinnati, OH (First Bank Arena)
Defeated Mickie James in a tournament final to win vacant title.
WWE Cyber Sunday PPV

53.Mickie James [2]
11/26/2006-Philadelphia, PA (First Union Center)
WWE Survivor Series 2006 PPV

54.Melina (Melina Nava Perez)
02/19/2007-Bakersfield, CA

55.Mickie James [3]
04/24/2007-Paris, France
Defeated WWE Women's champion, Melina and Victoria in a Triple Threat match, by pinning Victoria to capture the title.

56.Melina [2]
04/24/2007-Paris, France
Defeated WWE Women's champion, Mickie James with her feet on the ropes in just a couple minutes to regain the title.

57.Candice Michelle
06/24/2007-Houston, TX (Toyota Center)
WWE Vengeance PPV

58.Beth Phoenix (Elizabeth Kocianski)
10/07/2007-Chicago, IL

59.Mickie James [4]
04/14/2008-London, England
Monday Night RAW broadcast

60.Beth Phoenix [2]
08/17/2008-Indianapolis, IN
Phoenix and Santino Marella defeat IC champ Kofi Kingston and Womens' champ Mickie James in a winner-take-all tag team match.

61.Melina [3]
01/25/2009-Detroit, MI
Royal Rumble PPV

62.Michelle McCool
06/28/2009-Sacramento, CA
Great American Bash PPV

63.Mickie James [5]
01/31/2010-Atlanta, GA
Royal Rumble PPV

64.Michelle McCool [2]
02/23/2010-Milwaukee, WI
Friday Night SmackDown taping

65.Beth Phoenix [3]
04/25/2010-Baltimore, MD (1st Mariner Arena)

66.Layla (Layla El)
05/11/2010-Buffalo, NY
Teamed with Michelle McCool in a handicap match and pinned Phoenix.

09/19/2011-Rosemont, IL
Retired after Michelle McCool, acting as unofficial co-champion, defeated Melina to unify the WWE Women's and WWE Divas Championships.
WWE Night of Champions (2011)

Divas Title renamed at WrestleMania 32 as the "first ever" WWE Womens' Championship.

67.Charlotte (Ashley Elizabeth Fliehr-Latimer)
04/03/16-Houston, TX (Toyota Center)
WrestleMania 32 PPV
Defeated Sasha Banks and Becky Lynch in a 3-Way match

68.Sasha Banks (Mercedes Kaestner-Varnado)
07/25/2016-Pittsburgh, PA
Monday Night RAW

69.Charlotte [2]
08/21/2016-Brooklyn, NY (Barclay Center)
SummerSlam PPV

70.Sasha Banks [2]
10/03/2016- Los Angeles, CA (Staples Center)
Monday Night RAW

71.Charlotte [3]
10/30/2016-Boston, MA
First ever Womens' Hell in the Cell match
WWE Hell in the Cell

72.Sasha Banks [3]
11/28/2016-Charlotts, NC
Opening title match ended in a double count-out, so RAW GM Mick Foley ordered a second no-DQ, no-count out match for the end of the program.
Banks forced Charlotte to tap-out outside the ring.
Monday Night RAW

73.Charlotte [4]
12/18/2016-Pittsburgh, PA
Defeated Sasha Banks in a 30 Minute Ironman Match
WWE Roadblock PPV

74.Bayley (Pamela Rose Martinez)
02/13/2017-Las Vegas, NV
WWE Monday Night RAW

75.Alexa Bliss (Alexis Kaufman)
04/30/2017-San Jose, CA (SAP Center)
WWE Payback!
Bliss is the first woman in WWE to have held both the SmackDown and RAW Womens' Championships.

76.Sasha Banks [4]
08/20/2017-Brooklyn, NY (The Barclays Center)
Bliss tapped out to the Bank Statement
WWE SummerSlam 2017

77.Alexa Bliss [2]
08/28/2017-Memphis, TN
WWE Monday Night Raw

78.Nia Jax (Savelina Fanene)
04/08/2018-New Orleans, LA (Mercedes-Benz Superdome)
WrestleMania 34

79.Alexa Bliss [3]
06/17/2018-Rosemont, IL (Allstate Arena)
Bliss won the Womens' Money in the Bank match earlier in the evening and then cashed in during the title match between Rhonda Rousey and the current champ, Nia Jax by causing a disqualification then going after Jax's arm injury from an arm bar by Rousey.

80."Rowdy" Ronda Rousey
08/19/2018-Brooklyn, NY
WWE SummerSlam 2018
The Title was Vacated on 03/04/2019 - a week after Ronda Rousey laid the title belt at Stephanie McMahon's feet and walked away.
The title was restored to Rousey the next week on RAW - 03/11/2019

81.Becky Lynch
04/07/2019-East Rutherford, NJ (MetLife Stadium)
Lynch faced Charlotte Flair and Ronda Rousey in a Triple Threat march for both the SmackDown and RAW Womens' titles.
WWE WrestleMania 35

05/11/2020-Orlando, FL (WWE Pereformance Center)
Previous champion Becky Lynch, who announced her hiatus due to pregnancy, awarded the championship to Asuka in place of a Money in the Bank cash-in match.

83.Sasha Banks [5]
07/27/2020-Orlando, FL (WWE Pereformance Center)
Sasha had taken possession of the title at the Horror Show PPV, but Stepanie McMahon forced her into a match on RAW to clarify the situation. The rules stated that if either competitor was counted out or disqualified, or if there was any interference, they would lose the match and the title. Bayley attacked Kairi Same in the back area and Asuka went to her rescue, thus getting counted out.

84.Asuka [2]
08/23/2020-Orlando, FL (WWE Thunderdome)
WWE SummerSlam

85.Rhea Ripley (Demi Bennett)
04/11/2021-Tampa Bay, FL (Raymond James Stadium)
WWE Wrestlemania 37 PPV

86.Charlotte Flair [5]
07/18/2021-Fort Worth, TX (Dickies Arena)
Money in the Bank PPV

87.Nikki A.S.H. (Nicola Glencross)
07/19/2021-Dallas TX
Nikki ran in just after a match between Chalott Flair and Rhea Ripley ended with a brawl outside the ring, and pinned Charlott while she was still recovering from the beating she took after the match.

88.Charlotte Flair [6]
08/21/2021-Las Vegas, NV (Allegiant Stadium)
Triple Threat match also featuring Rhea Ripley
WWE SummerSlam PPV

P.89.Becky Lynch (2)
10/22/2021-Wichita, KS
Lynch and Flair exchanged belts after they were drafted to opposite brands.

90.Bianca Belair
04/02/2022- Dallas TX (AT&T Center)
WWE WrestleMania 38 Night One

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