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The NWA Midwest Women's Championship is the title for female wrestlers in the NWA Midwest professional wrestling promotion. The title began in 2004. For the first half of 2005, the title was merged with the IWA Mid-South Women's Championship and known as the NWA Midwest/IWA Mid-South Women's Championship.

Title history

Wrestler: Times: Date: Location: Notes:
NWA Midwest/IWA Mid-South Women's Championship
Lacey 1 May 30, 2004 Hammond, Indiana Defeated Mercedes Martinez and Daizee Haze in a three-way elimination tournament final to become the first champion.
Mercedes Martinez 1 September 17, 2004 Highland, Indiana Defeated Lacey at the 2004 Ted Petty Invitational - Night One to become the second NWA Midwest/IWA Mid-South Women's Champion.
Ariel 1 January 15, 2005 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.
Daizee Haze 1 February 12, 2005 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.
MsChif 1 May 7, 2005 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 2005-06-17 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. MsChif continued her reign which began on May 7, 2005 as NWA Midwest Women's Champion.
NWA Midwest Women's Championship
MsChif 1 Midlothian, Illinois MsChif remains the holder of the NWA Midwest Women's Championship after the title separated from its affiliation with IWA Mid-South.
Daizee Haze 2 November 12, 2005 Streamwood, Illinois Haze, partnered with NWA Midwest X Division Champion Matt Sydal, pinned Delirious, partnered with MsChif, in a Mixed Tag Team Steel Cage match in which both MsChif's and Sydal's titles were on the line.
Mickie Knuckles 1 April 1, 2006 Midlothian, Illinois Mickie Knuckles pinned Vanessa Kraven in an elimination tag team match with Knuckles and MsChif vs. Daizee Haze and Kraven, in which Haze's title was on the line.
Josie 1 January 6, 2007 Streamwood, Illinois Josie defeated Mickie Knuckles and MsChif in a three-way match to become champion.
MsChif 2 March 24, 2007 Streamwood, Illinois MsChif defeated Josie at an NWA Midwest event in Streamwood, IL to begin her second reign.

List of individual reigns

As of March 24, 2017 .

Wrestler Days Held Date Won Date Lost
MsChif 1471 March 24, 2007 Current Champion
Mickie Knuckles 250 April 1, 2006 January 6, 2007
MsChif 189 May 7, 2005 November 12, 2005
Daizee Haze 139 November 12, 2005 April 1, 2006
Mercedes Martinez 120 September 17, 2004 January 15, 2005
Lacey 110 May 30, 2004 September 17, 2004
Daizee Haze 84 February 12, 2005 May 7, 2005
Josie 77 January 6, 2007 March 24, 2007
MsChif 35 May 7, 2005 June 11, 2005
Ariel 28 January 15, 2005 February 12, 2005

List of combined reigns

As of March 24, 2017 .

Rank Wrestler # Of Reigns Combined Days
1 MsChif 2 1506+
2 Mickie Knuckles 1 250
3 Daizee Haze 2 233
4 Mercedes Martinez 1 120
5 Lacey 1 110
6 Josie 1 77
7 Ariel 1 28


See also

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