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Champion history

Wrestler: Times: Date: Location: Notes: Defences:
The Fabulous Moolah 1 September 18, 1956 Baltimore, MD Defeated Judy Grable in a tournament final. TBA
Bette Boucher 1 September 17, 1966 Seattle, WA N/A TBA
The Fabulous Moolah 1(2)† September 1966 N/A TBA
Yukiko Tomoe 1 March 10, 1968 Osaka, Japan N/A TBA
The Fabulous Moolah 1(3)† April 2, 1968 Hamamatsu, Japan N/A TBA
Sue Green 1 February 2, 1976 New York, NY N/A TBA
The Fabulous Moolah 1(4)† March 5, 1976 New York, NY N/A TBA
Evelyn Stevens 1 October 8, 1978 Dallas, TX N/A TBA
The Fabulous Moolah 1(5)† October 10, 1978 Fort Worth, TX The NWA World Women's Championship was sold by Moolah to the World Wrestling Federation in 1983. TBA
The NWA World Women's title was bought by WWF in 1983 and The Fabulous Moolah was claimed their first champion. All champions before 1983 are not recognised by the WWE.
Wendi Richter 1 July 23, 1984 New York, NY Won the title at The Brawl to End it All. TBA
Leilani Kai 1 February 18, 1985 New York, NY Aired March 5 on Prime Time Wrestling. TBA
Wendi Richter 2 March 31, 1985 New York, NY Won the title at WrestleMania. TBA
The Fabulous Moolah 2(6) November 25, 1985 New York, NY Won the title as the masked Spider Lady. See "The Original Screwjob". TBA
Velvet McIntyre 1 July 3, 1986 Brisbane, Australia N/A TBA
The Fabulous Moolah 3(7) July 9, 1986 Sydney, Australia N/A TBA
Sensational Sherri 1 July 24, 1987 Houston, TX N/A TBA
Rockin' Robin 1 October 7, 1988 Paris, France Aired November 8 on Prime Time Wrestling. TBA
Title deactivated in 1990 and Rockin' Robin stripped of the belt.
Alundra Blayze 1 December 13, 1993 Poughkeepsie, NY Defeated Heidi Lee Morgan in a tournament final, which aired on the December 26 edition of All American Wrestling. TBA
Bull Nakano 1 November 20, 1994 Tokyo, Japan Won the title at All Japan Women's Big Egg Universe show. TBA
Alundra Blayze 2 April 3, 1995 Poughkeepsie, NY Won the title on Monday Night RAW. TBA
Bertha Faye 1 August 27, 1995 Pittsburgh, PA Won the title at SummerSlam. TBA
Alundra Blayze 3 October 23, 1995 Brandon, MB Won the title on Monday Night RAW. TBA
Title deactivated in December 1995 when Blayze was fired from the WWF. After being fired, Blayze joined World Championship Wrestling and appeared on WCW Monday Nitro in Augusta, GA on December 18 and dropped the title belt in a trash can.
Jacqueline 1 September 15, 1998 Sacramento, CA Defeated Sable on the September 21 edition of RAW is WAR. TBA
Sable 1 November 15, 1998 St. Louis, MO Won the title at Survivor Series. TBA
Debra 1 May 10, 1999 Orlando, FL This was an evening gown match on RAW is WAR. TBA
Ivory 1 June 8, 1999 Worcester, MA Aired June 14 on RAW is WAR. TBA
The Fabulous Moolah 4(8)† October 17, 1999 Cleveland, OH Won the title at No Mercy. TBA
Ivory 2 October 25, 1999 Providence, RI Won the title on RAW is WAR. TBA
Miss Kitty 1 December 12, 1999 Sunrise, FL This was a four corners evening gown pool match at Armageddon, also involving Jacqueline and B.B., with The Fabulous Moolah and Mae Young as special guest referees. TBA
Hervina 1 January 31, 2000 Pittsburgh, PA This was a Lumberjill Snowbunny match on RAW. TBA
Jacqueline 2 February 1, 2000 Detroit, MI Aired February 3 on SmackDown!. TBA
Stephanie McMahon-Helmsley 1 March 28, 2000 San Antonio, TX Aired March 30 on SmackDown!. TBA
Lita 1 August 21, 2000 Lafayette, LA Won the title on RAW is WAR during the first ever women's main event. TBA
Ivory 3 October 31, 2000 Rochester, NY This was a Four Corners match, also involving Jacqueline and Trish Stratus. Aired November 2 on SmackDown!. TBA
Chyna 1 April 1, 2001 Houston, TX Won the title at WrestleMania X-Seven. TBA
Title vacated in November 2001 when Chyna left WWF in a contract dispute.
Trish Stratus 1 November 18, 2001 Greensboro, NC This was a six way match at Survivor Series, also involving Lita, Jacqueline, Ivory, Molly Holly, and Jazz. TBA
Jazz 1 February 4, 2002 Las Vegas, NV Won the title on RAW. TBA
Renamed the WWE Women's Championship on May 5, 2002.
Trish Stratus 2 May 13, 2002 Toronto, ON This was a tag team match on RAW, with Trish Stratus and Bubba Ray Dudley defeating Jazz and Steven Richards. TBA
Molly Holly 1 June 23, 2002 Columbus, OH Won the title at King of the Ring. TBA
Trish Stratus 3 September 22, 2002 Los Angeles, CA Won the title at Unforgiven. TBA
Victoria 1 November 17, 2002 New York, NY This was a hardcore match at Survivor Series. TBA
Trish Stratus 4 March 30, 2003 Seattle, WA This was a triple threat match at WrestleMania XIX, also involving Jazz. TBA
Jazz 2 April 27, 2003 Worcester, MA Won the title at Backlash. TBA
Gail Kim 1 June 30, 2003 Buffalo, NY This was a 7-woman battle royal on RAW including Trish Stratus, Ivory, Jacqueline, Victoria, and Molly Holly. TBA
Molly Holly 2 July 28, 2003 Colorado Springs, CO Won the title on RAW. TBA
Victoria 2 February 23, 2004 Omaha, NE This was a fatal four way elimination match on RAW, also involving Lita and Jazz. TBA
Trish Stratus 5 June 13, 2004 Columbus, OH This was a fatal four way match at Bad Blood, also involving Lita and Gail Kim. TBA
Lita 2 December 6, 2004 Charlotte, NC Won the title on RAW once again during a main event. TBA
Trish Stratus 6 January 9, 2005 San Juan, PR Won the title at New Year's Revolution. TBA
Mickie James 1 April 2, 2006 Rosemont, IL Won the title at WrestleMania 22. TBA
Lita 3 August 14, 2006 Charlottesville, VA Won the title on RAW. TBA
Trish Stratus 7 September 17, 2006 Toronto, ON Won the title at Unforgiven. TBA
Title vacated on September 18, 2006 due to Stratus' retirement.
Lita 4 November 5, 2006 Cincinnati, OH This was a lumberjill match at Cyber Sunday, with Lita defeating Mickie James in a tournament final. TBA
Mickie James 2 November 26, 2006 Philadelphia, PA Won the title at Survivor Series. TBA
Melina 1 February 19, 2007 Bakersfield, CA Won the title on RAW. TBA
Mickie James 3 April 24, 2007 Paris, France This was a triple threat match at a house show, also involving Victoria. TBA
Melina 2 April 24, 2007 Paris, France Won the title later at the same house show. TBA
Candice Michelle 1 June 24, 2007 Houston, TX Won the title at Vengeance. TBA
Beth Phoenix 1 October 7, 2007 Rosemont, IL Won the title at No Mercy. TBA
Mickie James 4 April 14, 2008 London, England Won the title on RAW. TBA
Beth Phoenix 2 August 17, 2008 Indianapolis, IN This was a mixed tag team match at Summerslam in which Beth teamed with Santino Marella against Mickie James and WWE Intercontinental Champion Kofi Kingston with the winners getting both titles. Phoenix pinned Mickie to win the Women's title while Santino got the Intercontinental title. TBA
Melina 3 January 25, 2009 Detroit, MI Won the title at Royal Rumble. TBA
Michelle McCool 1 June 28, 2009 Sacramento, CA Won the title at The Bash. Became the first diva to win the Women's Championship and the WWE Divas Championship. TBA
Mickie James 5 January 31, 2010 Atlanta, Georgia Won the title at Royal Rumble. TBA
Michelle McCool 2 February 23, 2010 Milwaukee, WI Won the title on Smackdown. Aired on tape delay February 26, 2010. Vickie Guerrero was the special guest referee. TBA
Beth Phoenix 3 April 25, 2010 Baltimore, MD Won the title at Extreme Rules. This was an Extreme Makeover Match. TBA
Layla 1 May 11, 2010 Bauffalo, NY Won the title on Smackdown. Layla defeated Beth Phoenix in a Texas Tornado Handicap match also involving Michelle McCool. Layla pinned Beth Phoenix to win the title to became the first British-born Women's Champion. This episode aired on tape delay on May 14, 2010. McCool subsequently claimed to be the co-champion with Layla, but this is not recognized by WWE. TBA
Deactivated - September 19, 2010 Rosemont, Illinois Retired after Michelle McCool defeated Melina to unify the Women's and WWE Divas Championship. Despite McCool being the victor of the match, Layla is still considered the final Women's Champion. N/A
indicates reigns and title changes not recognized by WWE.

List of reign lengths

As of June 21, 2010.
Wrestler Days Held Date Won Date Lost
The Fabulous Moolah 10,170 September 18, 1956 July 23, 1984
Rockin' Robin 502 October 7, 1988 February 21, 1990
Trish Stratus (6) 448 January 9, 2005 April 2, 2006
Sherri Martel 441 July 24, 1987 October 7, 1988
The Fabulous Moolah (3) 380 July 9, 1986 July 24, 1987
Alundra Blayze 342 December 13, 1993 November 20, 1994
Wendi Richter (2) 239 March 31, 1985 November 25, 1985
The Fabulous Moolah (2) 220 November 25, 1985 July 3, 1986
Michelle McCool 217 June 28, 2009 January 31, 2010
Chyna 214 April 1, 2001 November 1, 2001
Molly Holly (2) 210 July 28, 2003 February 23, 2004
Wendi Richter 210 July 23, 1984 February 18, 1985
Beth Phoenix 190 October 7, 2007 April 14, 2008
Trish Stratus (5) 176 June 13, 2004 December 6, 2004
Sable 175 November 15, 1998 May 10, 1999
Beth Phoenix (2) 161 August 17, 2008 January 25, 2009
Melina (3) 154 January 25, 2009 June 28, 2009
Ivory (3) 152 November 2, 2000 April 1, 2001
Alundra Blayze (2) 146 April 3, 1995 August 27, 1995
Stephanie McMahon-Helmsley 146 March 28, 2000 August 21, 2000
Bull Nakano 134 November 20, 1994 April 3, 1995
Mickie James 134 April 2, 2006 August 14, 2006
Victoria 133 November 17, 2002 March 30, 2003
Layla 131 May 11, 2010 September 19, 2010
Ivory 131 June 8, 1999 October 17, 1999
Mickie James (4) 125 April 14, 2008 August 17, 2008
Victoria (2) 111 February 23, 2004 June 13, 2004
Candice Michelle 105 June 24, 2007 October 7, 2007
Jazz 98 February 4, 2002 May 13, 2002
Molly Holly 91 June 23, 2002 September 22, 2002
Mickie James (2) 85 November 26, 2006 February 19, 2007
Trish Stratus 78 November 18, 2001 February 4, 2002
Lita 71 August 21, 2000 November 2, 2000
Jazz (2) 64 April 27, 2003 June 30, 2003
Melina 64 February 19, 2007 April 24, 2007
Jacqueline 61 September 15, 1998 November 15, 1998
Melina (2) 61 April 24, 2007 June 24, 2007
Michelle McCool (2) 61 February 23, 2010 April 25, 2010
Bertha Faye 57 August 27, 1995 October 23, 1995
Jacqueline (2) 56 February 1, 2000 March 28, 2000
Trish Stratus (3) 56 September 22, 2002 November 17, 2002
Alundra Blayze (3) 51 October 23, 1995 December 18, 1995
The Kat 50 December 12, 1999 January 31, 2000
Ivory 48 October 25, 1999 December 12, 1999
Leilani Kai 41 February 18, 1985 March 31, 1985
Trish Stratus (2) 41 May 13, 2002 June 23, 2002
Lita (2) 34 December 6, 2004 January 9, 2005
Lita (3) 34 August 14, 2006 September 17, 2006
Debra 29 May 10, 1999 June 8, 1999
Trish Stratus (4) 28 March 30, 2003 April 27, 2003
Gail Kim 28 June 30, 2003 July 28, 2003
Mickie James (5) 23 January 31, 2010 February 23, 2010
Lita (4) 21 November 5, 2006 November 26, 2006
Beth Phoenix (3) 16 April 25, 2010 May 11, 2010
The Fabulous Moolah (4) 8 October 17, 1999 October 25, 1999
Velvet McIntyre 6 July 3, 1986 July 9, 1986
Harvey Wippleman/Hervina 1 January 31, 2000 February 1, 2000
Trish Stratus (7) 1 September 17, 2006 September 18, 2006
Mickie James (3) 0 April 24, 2007

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