|USWA Women's Championship|
Miss Texas, 14-time champion
|Promotion||United States Wrestling Association|
|Date established||March 2, 1992|
|Date retired||November 1997|
The USWA Women's Championship was a women's professional wrestling title in the American professional wrestling promotion, the United States Wrestling Association.
|No.||Overall reign number|
|Reign||Reign number for the specific champion|
|Days||Number of days held|
|No.||Champion||Championship change||Reign statistics||Notes||Ref.|
|1||Miss Texas||March 2, 1992||USWA show||Memphis, TN||1||42||Defeated Dirty White Girl in a tournament final to become the first champion.|
|2||Lauren Davenport||April 13, 1992||USWA show||Memphis, TN||1||7|
|3||Dirty White Girl||April 20, 1992||USWA show||Memphis, TN||1||7|
|4||Lauren Davenport||April 27, 1992||USWA show||Memphis, TN||2||119|
|5||Miss Texas||August 24, 1992||USWA show||Memphis, TN||2||28|
|6||Moondog Fifi||September 21, 1992||USWA show||Memphis, TN||1||26|
|7||Miss Texas||October 17, 1992||USWA show||Memphis, TN||3||16|
|8||Lauren Davenport||November 2, 1992||USWA show||Memphis, TN||3||21|
|9||Miss Texas||November 23, 1992||USWA show||Memphis, TN||4||14|
|10||Leslie Belanger||December 7, 1992||USWA show||Memphis, TN||1||54|
|11||Miss Texas||January 30, 1993||USWA show||Nashville, TN||5||58||On April 19 Sensational Sherri defeated Miss Texas for the title; however, the decision was later reversed and the title was returned to Miss Texas.|
|12||Lauren Davenport||March 29, 1993||USWA show||Memphis, TN||4||5|
|13||Miss Texas||April 3, 1993||USWA show||Memphis, TN||6||121|
|14||Luna Vachon||August 2, 1993||USWA show||Memphis, TN||1||21|
|15||Miss Texas||August 23, 1993||USWA show||Memphis, TN||7||63|
|16||Sweet Georgia Brown||October 25, 1993||USWA show||Memphis, TN||1||63|
|17||Lauren Davenport||December 27, 1993||USWA show||Memphis, TN||5||103|
|18||Debbie Combs||April 9, 1994||USWA show||Memphis, TN||1||104||Awarded the title When Davenport leaves USWA.|
|19||Candi Devine||July 22, 1994||USWA show||Inez, KY||1||136||May not to have been a title match.|
|20||Miss Texas||December 5, 1994||USWA show||Memphis, TN||8||35||Match is also for the UWF Women's title.|
|21||Sweet Georgia Brown||January 9, 1995||USWA show||Memphis, TN||2||7|
|22||Miss Texas||January 16, 1995||USWA show||Memphis, TN||9||63|
|23||Sweet Georgia Brown||March 20, 1995||USWA show||Memphis, TN||3||7|
|24||Miss Texas||March 27, 1995||USWA show||Memphis, TN||10||21|
|25||Uptown Karen||April 17, 1995||USWA show||Memphis, TN||1||7|
|26||Miss Texas||April 24, 1995||USWA show||Memphis, TN||11||218|
|27||Tasha Simone||November 28, 1995||USWA show||Memphis, TN||1||22||The championship was reactivated and Simone announced as champion.|
|28||Miss Texas||December 20, 1995||USWA show||Memphis, TN||12||21|
|29||Lady Satan||January 10, 1996||USWA show||Memphis, TN||2||5||Debbie Combs was wearing a mask|
|30||Miss Texas||January 15, 1996||USWA show||Memphis, TN||13||91|
|31||Samantha||April 15, 1996||USWA show||Memphis, TN||1||130|
|32||Miss Texas||August 23, 1996||USWA show||Memphis, TN||14||73|
|33||Tasha Simone||November 4, 1996||USWA show||Memphis, TN||2||1|
|—||Deactivated||November 1997||—||—||—||—||The championship was retired when the USWA closed.|
|5||Debbie Combs/Lady Satan||2||109|
|6||Sweet Georgia Brown||3||77|
|11||Dirty White Girl||1||7|
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