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Champion history

Note: All champions under the blue colour where when the title was Fabulous Moolah's, all those in the cream colour were when the title was defended under the National Wrestling Alliance.

Wrestlers: Reigns: Date: Location: Notes:
Mildred Burke - 1935 Live event Defeated Clara Mortensen to win the Women's World Championship.
June Byers 1 August 20, 1954 Atlanta, GA Byers wrestled Mildred Burke for the NWA World Women's Championship in a two out of three falls match. The commission stopped the match between Burke and Byers at the end of the second fall, stripped Burke of the title, and awarded it to Byers. Burke sets up the WWWA World Championship and continued to recognize herself as the Women's World Champion.
Fabulous Moolah 1 September 18, 1956 Baltimore, Maryland Defeated Judy Grable in a tournament final.
Betty Boucher 1 September 17, 1966 Seattle, Washington N/A
Fabulous Moolah 2 October 14, 1966 Unknown N/A
Yukiko Tomoe 1 March 10, 1968 Osaka, Japan N/A
Fabulous Moolah 3 April 2, 1968 Hamamatsu, Japan N/A
Sue Green 1 February 2, 1976 New York, New York N/A
Fabulous Moolah 4 March 5, 1976 New York, New York N/A
Evelyn Stevens 1 October 8, 1978 Dallas, Texas N/A
Fabulous Moolah 5 October 10, 1978 Fort Worth, Texas Moolah sold the title to the World Wrestling Federation (WWF) in 1983. The WWF recognizes Moolah as champion but does not acknowledge previous title changes.
Debbie Combs 1 April 10, 1987 Kansas City, Missouri N/A
Malia Hosaka 1 May 9, 1996 Johnson City, Tennessee N/A
Debbie Combs 2 May 10, 1996 Fall Branch, Tennessee N/A
Title stripped from Debbie Combs.
Strawberry Fields 1 October 14, 2000 Nashville, Tennessee Defeated Leilani Kai.
Fields vacated the title due to injury.
Madison 1 August 23, 2002 Surrey, British Columbia Defeated Bam Bam Bambi.
Char Starr 1 October 26, 2002 Corpus Christi, Texas N/A
Madison 2 December 6, 2002 Port Coquitlam, British Columbia N/A
Leilani Kai 1 March 12, 2003 Nashville, Tennessee N/A
Stripped after several no-shows
Kiley McLean 1 June 19, 2004 Richmond, Virginia Defeated Kameo.
Lexie Fyfe 1 April 23, 2005 Richmond, Virginia N/A
Christie Ricci 1 October 8, 2005 Nashville, Tennessee N/A
MsChif 1 January 27, 2007 Lebanon, Tennessee N/A
Amazing Kong 1 May 5, 2007 Streamwood, Illinois Amazing Kong's AWA World Women's Championship was also on the line.
MsChif 2 April 27, 2008 Cape Girardeau, Missouri Stipulations for the match included that the title could change hands via countout. Kong was counted out of the ring and lost the title.
Tasha Simone 1 July 24, 2010 Lebanon, Tennessee
La Reina de Corazones 1 October 2, 2012 Altus, Oklahoma
La Reina de Corazones was stripped of the title, after refusing to defend it.
Tasha Simone 2 November 6, 2010 Lebanon, Tennessee
Tiffany Roxx 1 November 6, 2011 Lebanon, Tennessee
Tasha Simone 3 December 25, 2011 Lebanon, Tennessee
Kacee Carlisle 1 October 20, 2012 Lebanon, Tennessee
Barbi Hayden 1 January 25, 2014 Cypress, Texas
Santana Garrett 1 February 7, 2015 Plant City, Florida
Amber Gallows 1 December 18, 2015 Sherman, Texas
Jazz 1 September 16, 2016 Sherman, Texas