RLL Women's Championship

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The RLL Women's Championship is a professional wrestling championship promoted by Revolución Lucha Libre (RLL). It was established in 2008. Although the title is exclusive to female wrestlers, the exoticos are also availables to dispute the belt.

Current Champion

Prima Zomer is the current champion. She defeated Engel Röttenbich, Gaby Rose, and Jessy on December 16, 2018 in Club Chocolate, Recoleta, Metropolitan Region to win the title.

History of Championship

In 2008, Kristy defeated Funky Schop and Jazmín in a three way match and became the first RLL Women's Champion. Almost two years later, Kristy lost the title against Tifanny in a match who also was involved Riadi Kim. In next year, Dómina was crowned as new champion after defeated Prima Zomer and Tifanny. The fourth champion was Funky Schop, who became the first ever man that won the title.

Champions Listing

# Champion(s) Defeated Date Location
Three Way Match to crown the inaugural champion
1 Kristy Funky Schop, and Jazmín 2008.??.?? Teatro Caupolicán - Santiago, Metropolitan Region
1 Funky Schop 2008.12.14 Teatro Caupolicán - Santiago, Metropolitan Region
2 Jade 2009.05.31 Gimnasio Fortín Arturo Prat - Valparaiso, Valparaiso Region
3 ?[1] 2009.11.08 Teatro Caupolicán - Santiago, Metropolitan Region
4 Alison Evans, Jade, and Tifanny 2009.12.06 Club México - Santiago, Metropolitan Region
2 Tifanny Kristy, and Riadi Kim 2010.07.18 Club México - Santiago, Metropolitan Region
1 Riadi Kim 2010.10.10 Club México - Santiago, Metropolitan Region
2 Prima Zomer 2011.02.05 Frontis De La USACH - Estación Central, Metropolitan Region
3 Prima Zomer 2011.04.17 Club México - Santiago, Metropolitan Region
3 Dómina Prima Zomer, and Tifanny 2011.07.17 Club México - Santiago, Metropolitan Region
1 Prima Zomer 2011.08.21 Club México - Santiago, Metropolitan Region
4 Funky Schop[2] Dómina, Prima Zomer, Omega Ztar, Señorita Anaís, and Tifanny 2011.10.23 Club México - Santiago, Metropolitan Region
1 Dómina 2011.12.11 Club México - Santiago, Metropolitan Region
5 Prima Zomer Funky Schop, and Tifanny 2012.05.13 Colegio Salesianos - Santiago, Metropolitan Region
1 Dark Angel 2012.09.02 Colegio Salesianos - Santiago, Metropolitan Region
6 Tifanny [2] Prima Zomer 2013.05.19 Teatro Novedades - Santiago, Metropolitan Region
1 Nikki 2013.08.04 Teatro Novedades - Santiago, Metropolitan Region
2 Marion Ferrer, and Nikki 2013.08.31 Sindicato 7 Codelco - Rancagua, O'Higgins Region
7 Prima Zomer [2] Tifanny 2015.10.25 Kmasú Premiere - Santiago, Metropolitan Region
8 Jessy Prima Zomer 2016.02.27 Liceo LITOMAP - Rengo, O'Higgins Region
Jessy gave up the championship on October 16, 2016 due to she suffered an injury
Decision Match to crown the new champion
9 Mirash Tyra Fly 2016.10.16 Club Chocolate - Recoleta, Metropolitan Region
Vacated on March 31, 2017 due to champion Mirash suffered an injury
Four Way Match to crown the new champion
10 Kristy [2] Jessy, Prima Zomer, and Valkiria 2017.04.23 Club Chocolate - Recoleta, Metropolitan Region
11 Prima Zomer [3] Jessy, and Kristy 2017.07.30 Club Chocolate - Recoleta, Metropolitan Region
12 Jessy [2] Prima Zomer, and Valkiria 2017.12.03 Club Chocolate - Recoleta, Metropolitan Region
13 Crashilda Jessy 2018.06.30 Arena Revolución - San Joaquín, Metropolitan Region
14 Gaby Rose Crashilda, and Valkiria 2018.07.28 Arena Revolución - San Joaquín, Metropolitan Region
15 Prima Zomer [4] Engel Röttenbich, Gaby Rose, and Jessy 2018.12.16 Club Chocolate - Recoleta, Metropolitan Region
 
 
title change
successful title defense
championship matches which were announced, but results were not found

Sources:

  1. Link; Announced as a title match against a surprise wrestler.
  2. First man/exotico in title history who won the belt.

Gallery of Champions

Kristy, 1st & 10th Champion
Tifanny, 2nd & 6th Champion
Dómina, 3rd Champion
Funky Schop, 4th Champion
Prima Zomer, 5th, 7th, 11th & 15th Champion
V Revolucion Lucha Libre Championships E
Absoluto (Choro Johans), Regional (Inaktiv)
National (Máximo), Tag (Coyote & Montoya), Women's (Mirash)