List Of AEW Women’s World Champions & Championship

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AEW Women’s World Championship is the premier Women’s title in All Elite Wrestling. The title was introduced on 2 October 2019 in the debut episode of AEW Dynamite on TNT. Riho defeated Nyla Rose in a singles match to be crowned the first AEW Women’s Champion.

Check out AEW Women’s World Championship title history and the list of all AEW Women’s World Champions.


AEW Women’s World Title Belt

AEW Women’s Championship belt was designed very differently from the men’s version. A lot smaller in size, the belt is also very sleek in the middle section. The straps are also a bit narrow than other AEW title belts.

A slightly updated design was revealed on May 28, 2021 episode of Dynamite when Hikaru Shida was handed the new title having 4 title plates. A brand new design was later introduced at Revolution 2022 event where Britt Baker revealed a larger belt with a bigger centre place.

List of AEW Women’s World Heavyweight Champions

Here is the list of all the AEW Women’s world Champions in reverse chronological order (latest by date).

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7. Jamie Hayter

DATE WONNovember 19, 2022
DATE LOST

Jamie Hayter defeated Toni Storm at Full Gear 2022 to win interim title. She was promoted as the full time champion when Thunder Rosa relinquished the main title on November 23.

Reigns Days: 62+
Reigns No. 1

Toni Storm AEW All Out 2022

6. Toni Storm

DATE WONSeptember 4, 2022
DATE LOSTNovember 19, 2022

After Thunder Rosa was injured, Toni Storm won the interim AEW Women’s Championship by winning a fatal 4-way match at All Out 2022. She lost the title to Jamie Hayter at Full Gear 2022. When Thunder Rosa relinquished the main title on November 23, Storm was retroactively promoted as a full-time champion.

Reigns Days: 76
Reigns No. 1

Thunder Rosa AEW Women's Champion

5. Thunder Rosa

DATE WONMarch 16, 2022
DATE LOSTSeptember 4, 2022

Thunder Rosa defeated Dr. Britt Baker on March 16 Dynamite special in a cage match to win the Women’s Championship. She relinquished the title on November 23 due to injuries.

Reigns Days: 252
Reigns No. 1

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4. Dr. Britt Baker

DATE WON30 May 2021
DATE LOST16 March 2022

Dr. Britt Baker ended Hikaru Shida’s one-year-long reign as the AEW Women’s Champion at Double or Nothing 2021 PPV.

Reigns Days: 290
Reigns No. 1

3. Hikaru Shida

DATE WON23 May 2020
DATE LOST30 May 2021

Hikaru Shida finally won the AEW Women’s Championship after she defeated Nyla Rose at AEW Double or Nothing 2020 PPV. Shida kept the title for more than a year before losing it to Brit Baker at Double or Nothing 2021. Shida is the longest-reigning AEW Women’s Champion till date.

Reigns Days: 372+
Reigns No. 1

2. Nyla Rose

DATE WON12 February 2020
DATE LOST23 May 2020

Nyla Rose got her hands on the AEW Women’s title by defeating Riho on her third attempt on 12 February episode of AEW Dynamite. With this win, she became the first transgender woman to win a world championship in a major United States wrestling promotion. Her only major successful title defense came against Kris Statlander on AEW Revolution PPV.

Reigns Days: 101
Reigns No. 1

1. Riho

DATE WON2 October 2019
DATE LOST12 February 2020

Riho became the first AEW Women’s World Champion at AEW Dynamite debut show on 2 October 2020. She qualified for the first Women’s title match by defeating Hikaru Shida on AEW All Out 2019 PPV. She defeated Nyla Rose with whom she continued her rivalry in coming months. Her major title defenses were against Britt Baker (on Dynamite), Emi Sakura (on AEW Full Gear 2019) and another fatal 4-way match at Dynamite.

Reigns Days: 133
Reigns No. 1


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