USWA Women's Championship

The USWA Women's Championship was a women's professional wrestling title in the American professional wrestling promotion, the United States Wrestling Association.

USWA Women's Championship
Jacqueline Moore TNA 2008
Miss Texas, 14-time champion
Details
Promotion United States Wrestling Association
Date established March 2, 1992
Date retired November 1997
Statistics
First champion(s) Miss Texas
Final champion(s) Tasha Simone
Most reigns Miss Texas (14 reigns)
Longest reign Debbie Combs (233 days)
Shortest reign Tasha Simone (1 second)

Title history

Key
Symbol Meaning
No. The overall championship reign
Reign The reign number for the specific wrestler listed.
Event The event in which the championship changed hands
N/A The specific information is not known
[Note #] Indicates that the exact length of the title reign is unknown, with a note providing more details.
# Wrestler Reign Date Days held Location Event Notes Ref.
1 Miss Texas 1 March 2, 1992 42 Memphis, Tennessee House show Defeated Dirty White Girl in a tournament final to become the first champion. [1]
2 Lauren Davenport 1 April 13, 1992 7 Memphis, Tennessee House show   [1]
3 Dirty White Girl 1 April 20, 1992 7 Memphis, Tennessee House show   [1]
4 Lauren Davenport 2 April 27, 1992 119 Memphis, Tennessee House show   [1]
5 Miss Texas 2 August 24, 1992 28 Memphis, Tennessee House show   [1]
6 Moondog Fifi 1 September 21, 1992 26 Memphis, Tennessee House show   [1][2]
7 Miss Texas 3 October 17, 1992 16 Memphis, Tennessee House show   [1]
8 Lauren Davenport 3 November 2, 1992 21 Memphis, Tennessee House show   [1]
9 Miss Texas 4 November 23, 1992 14 Memphis, Tennessee House show   [1]
10 Leslie Belanger 1 December 7, 1992 54 Memphis, Tennessee House show   [1]
11 Miss Texas 5 January 30, 1993 58 Nashville, Tennessee House show On April 19 in Memphis, Tennessee, Sensational Sherri defeated Miss Texas for the title; however, the decision was later reversed and the title was returned to Miss Texas. [1][3][4]
12 Lauren Davenport 4 March 29, 1993 5 Memphis, Tennessee House show    
13 Miss Texas 6 April 3, 1993 121 Memphis, Tennessee House show   [5]
14 Vachon, LunaLuna Vachon 1 August 2, 1993 21 Memphis, Tennessee House show   [1]
15 Miss Texas 7 August 23, 1993 63 Memphis, Tennessee House show    
16 Sweet Georgia Brown 1 October 25, 1993 63 Memphis, Tennessee House show    
17 Lauren Davenport 5 December 27, 1993 103 Memphis, Tennessee House show    
18 Combs, DebbieDebbie Combs 1 April 9, 1994 104 Memphis, Tennessee House show Awarded the title When Davenport leaves USWA.  
19 Devine, CandiCandi Devine 1 July 22, 1994 136 Inez, New York House show May not to have been a title match.  
20 Miss Texas 8 December 5, 1994 35 Memphis, Tennessee House show Match is also for the UWF Women's title.  
21 Sweet Georgia Brown 2 January 9, 1995 7 Memphis, Tennessee House show    
22 Miss Texas 9 January 16, 1995 63 Memphis, Tennessee House show    
23 Sweet Georgia Brown 3 March 20, 1995 7 Memphis, Tennessee House show    
24 Miss Texas 10 March 27, 1995 21 Memphis, Tennessee House show    
25 Uptown Karen 1 April 17, 1995 7 Memphis, Tennessee House show    
26 Miss Texas 11 April 24, 1995 218 Memphis, Tennessee House show    
27 Tasha Simone 1 November 28, 1995 22 Memphis, Tennessee House show Title reactivated and Simone announced as champion. [1]
28 Miss Texas 12 December 20, 1995 21 Memphis, Tennessee House show   [1]
29 Lady Satan 2 January 10, 1996 5 Memphis, Tennessee House show Debbie Combs wearing a mask  
30 Miss Texas 13 January 15, 1996 91 Memphis, Tennessee House show    
31 Samantha 1 April 15, 1996 130 Memphis, Tennessee House show    
32 Miss Texas 14 August 23, 1996 73 Memphis, Tennessee House show   [1]
33 Tasha Simone 2 November 4, 1996 1 Memphis, Tennessee House show   [1]
- Title retired - November 1997 N/A N/A N/A Title retired when the USWA closed. [1]

See also

References

  1. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q Duncan, Royal and Gary Will (2006). Wrestling Title Histories (4th ed.). Archeus Communications. ISBN 0-9698161-5-4. Information also available at Solie's Title Histories.
  2. ^ Oliver, Greg (July 6, 2017). "Diane Von Hoffman dead at 55". SLAM Wrestling. Retrieved July 6, 2017.
  3. ^ "THIS DAY IN HISTORY: CROCKETT CUP, SPRING STAMPEDE, UK RAMPAGE, 65 MINUTES IN JAPAN AND MORE". PWInsider. Retrieved 2011-12-07.
  4. ^ "Jacqueline, Miss Texas Matches". LethalWoW. Retrieved 2011-12-07.
  5. ^ F4W Staff (April 3, 2015). "ON THIS DAY IN PRO WRESTLING TITLE CHANGE HISTORY: GOTCH VS. HACKENSCHMIDT, INOKI VS. HANSEN, GUERRERO VS. JERICHO". Wrestling Observer Figure Four Online. Retrieved February 10, 2017.

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