USWA Women's Championship

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USWA Women's Championship
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Miss Texas, 14-time champion
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Promotion United States Wrestling Association
Date establishedMarch 2, 1992
Date retiredNovember 1997

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

Contents

Title history

Key
No.Overall reign number
ReignReign number for the specific champion
DaysNumber of days held
No.ChampionChampionship changeReign statisticsNotesRef.
DateEventLocationReignDays
1 Miss Texas March 2, 1992 USWA show Memphis, TN 142Defeated Dirty White Girl in a tournament final to become the first champion. [1]
2Lauren DavenportApril 13, 1992 USWA show Memphis, TN 17 [1]
3Dirty White GirlApril 20, 1992 USWA show Memphis, TN 17 [1]
4Lauren DavenportApril 27, 1992 USWA show Memphis, TN 2119 [1]
5 Miss Texas August 24, 1992 USWA show Memphis, TN 228 [1]
6 Moondog Fifi September 21, 1992 USWA show Memphis, TN 126 [1] [2]
7 Miss Texas October 17, 1992 USWA show Memphis, TN 316 [1]
8Lauren DavenportNovember 2, 1992 USWA show Memphis, TN 321 [1]
9 Miss Texas November 23, 1992 USWA show Memphis, TN 414 [1]
10Leslie BelangerDecember 7, 1992 USWA show Memphis, TN 154 [1]
11 Miss Texas January 30, 1993 USWA show Nashville, TN 558On April 19 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]
12Lauren DavenportMarch 29, 1993 USWA show Memphis, TN 45
13 Miss Texas April 3, 1993 USWA show Memphis, TN 6121 [5]
14 Luna Vachon August 2, 1993 USWA show Memphis, TN 121 [1]
15 Miss Texas August 23, 1993 USWA show Memphis, TN 763
16Sweet Georgia BrownOctober 25, 1993 USWA show Memphis, TN 163
17Lauren DavenportDecember 27, 1993 USWA show Memphis, TN 5103
18 Debbie Combs April 9, 1994 USWA show Memphis, TN 1104Awarded the title When Davenport leaves USWA.
19 Candi Devine July 22, 1994 USWA show Inez, KY 1136May not to have been a title match.
20 Miss Texas December 5, 1994 USWA show Memphis, TN 835Match is also for the UWF Women's title.
21Sweet Georgia BrownJanuary 9, 1995 USWA show Memphis, TN 27
22 Miss Texas January 16, 1995 USWA show Memphis, TN 963 [6]
23Sweet Georgia BrownMarch 20, 1995 USWA show Memphis, TN 37
24 Miss Texas March 27, 1995 USWA show Memphis, TN 1021
25Uptown KarenApril 17, 1995 USWA show Memphis, TN 17
26 Miss Texas April 24, 1995 USWA show Memphis, TN 11218
27Tasha SimoneNovember 28, 1995 USWA show Memphis, TN 122The championship was reactivated and Simone announced as champion. [1]
28 Miss Texas December 20, 1995 USWA show Memphis, TN 1221 [1]
29 Lady Satan January 10, 1996 USWA show Memphis, TN 25Debbie Combs was wearing a mask
30 Miss Texas January 15, 1996 USWA show Memphis, TN 1391 [7]
31SamanthaApril 15, 1996 USWA show Memphis, TN 1130
32 Miss Texas August 23, 1996 USWA show Memphis, TN 1473 [1]
33Tasha SimoneNovember 4, 1996 USWA show Memphis, TN 21 [1]
DeactivatedNovember 1997The championship was retired when the USWA closed. [1]

Combined reigns

RankWrestlerNo. of
reigns
Combined
days held
1 Miss Texas 14864
2Lauren Davenport5255
3 Candi Devine 1136
4Samantha1130
5 Debbie Combs/Lady Satan 2109
6Sweet Georgia Brown377
7Leslie Belanger154
8 Moondog Fifi 126
9 Luna Vachon 127
10Tasha Simone223
11Dirty White Girl17
Uptown Karen17

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