AAA Reina de Reinas

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Current Champion

Lady Flamer is the current champion. She defeated Taya Valkyrie on August 12, 2023 to win the championship.

Championship History

Reina de Reinas was an annual AAA tournament, similar to male counterpart Rey de Reyes. The championship was more a tournament winning award in belt form than a regular defended championship. It still was put on the line in between Reina de Reinas tournaments occasionally, with the Mexican National Women's Championship also used as a traditional women's championship.

Early Reinas de Reinas followed the same format as the male tournament - 16 person tournaments made up of 4 four-way semifinals and a final - but the format changed to a battle royal where the final four would advance in later years.

Lady Apache took the Mexican National Women's Championship to CMLL in 2006, leaving AAA without a regular women's title belt. Tiffany won the 2007 tournament but left AAA along with other AAA veterans that year. The tournament was held with 12 women in 2008. AAA began using it as a normal championship from that moment on, and has stopped running the tournament.

Keyra was the 26th champion. She defeated Lady Shani & Chik Tormenta on June 16, 2019 to win the championship.

Taya was the 28th champion. She defeated Lady Shani, Keyra, Ayako Hamada, and Faby Apache on December 1, 2019 to win the championship. Taya officially joined WWE on February 24, 2021, vacating this championship as a result. AAA has plans to fill this championship but has yet to say when or exactly how.

Champions Listing

# Champion(s) Defeated Date Location
winner of the 1999 tournament
1 Xochitl Hamada Miss Janeth
Rossy Moreno
Esther Moreno
1999.02.19 Puebla
2 Esther Moreno Xochitl Hamada 1999.10.06 San Luis Potosí
1 Xochitl Hamada 1999.11.05 ?
winner of the 2000 tournament
3 Rossy Moreno Xochitl Hamada
Martha Villalobos
Miss Janeth
2000.02.20 Morelia
1 Martha Villalobos 2000.06.16 ?
Rossy Moreno retires on the 2000.08.18 show in Queretaro and gives up the title
winner of the 2001 tournament
4 Lady Apache Tiffany
Alda Moreno
Miss Janeth
2001.02.17 Veracruz
1 Miss Janeth 2001.05.09 ?
2 AKINO 2001.07.15 Monterrey, Nuevo Leon
3 Tiffany[1] 2001.12.01 Mexicali, Mexicali
winner of the 2002 tournament
5 Esther Moreno [2][2] Lady Apache
Martha Villalobos
Miss Janeth
2002.02.23 Veracruz
6 Martha Villalobos Lady Apache 2002.05.04 ?
winner of the 2003 tournament
7 Martha Villalobos [2] Lady Apache 2003.02.23 Veracruz
unclear title change
8 Tiffany ? ? ?
9 Lady Apache [2] Tiffany 2004.02.01 Zapopan, Jalisco [3]
1 Tiffany 2004.05.01 Chilpancingo, Guerrero
2 Tiffany 2004.05.17 Irapuato, Guanajuato
3 Tiffany 2004.07.18 Oaxaca
4 Tiffany 2004.09.15 Zacatecas, Zacatecas
5 Tiffany 2004.10.22 Auditorio de Tijuana
winner of the 2005 tournament
10 Tiffany [2] Lady Apache 2005.02.20 Arena Solidaridad
1 Tiffany 2005.07.03 Arena Coliseo Monterrey
winner of the 2006 tournament
11 Miss Janeth La Diabólica
Martha Villalobos
Cinthia Moreno
2006.02.18 Plaza de Toros La Concordia, Orizaba, Veracruz
winner of the 2007 tournament
12 Tiffany [3] Cinthia Moreno
Fabi Apache
Miss Janeth
Rossy Moreno
Sexy Star
2007.03.25 Plaza de Toros de Tula, Hidalago
winner of the 2008 tournament
13 Fabi Apache Mari Apache
Ayako Hamada
2008.05.25 Plaza de Toros Palacio del Arte, Morelia, Michoacan
14 Sexi Star[4] Fabi Apache 2009.09.26 Arena Monterrey
15 Mari Apache [5] Sexi Star 2010.08.14 Plaza de Toros La Concorida, Orizaba, Veracruz
1 Sexi Star 2010.09.05 Palenque de la Feria, Pachuca, Hidalgo
11 luchadora tournament for title match
2 Keira
Chik Tormenta
2011.04.16 Arena Lopez Mateos
16 Pimpinela Escarlata Mari Apache, Fabi Apache, Lolita, Jennifer Blake, Mickie James, Cinthia Moreno, Sexy Star 2011.07.31 Plaza de Toros Nuevo Progresso, Guadalajara
17 Sexi Star [2] Pimpinela Escarlata 2011.12.16 Estadio Hermanos Serdán, Puebla, Puebla
1 Cinthia Moreno
Fabi Apache
2012.05.19 Plaza de Toros, Chilpancingo, Guerrero
winner of the 2013 tournament
2 Kaguya 2012.11.27 Korakuen Hall
Sexi Star renounces championship in February 2012 due to pregancy
8 woman tournament for vacant championship
18 Fabi Apache [2] LuFisto
Mari Apache
Taya Valkyrie
2013.03.17 Plaza de Toros La Monumental, Monterrey
1 Jennifer Blake 2013.07.14 Arena Solidaridad
19 Taya Valkyrie Fabi Apache 2014.08.17 Arena Ciudad de Mexico
1 Fabi Apache, Cachorra Flores, Karina Duval, Muneca Sarcasmo, Princesa Metalica 2014.09.12 Arena Xalapa
2 Lady Shani
Lady Maravilla
Goya Kong
La Hiedra
2015.10.04 San Luis Potosí
3[6] Thunder Rosa 2016.10.07 Knights of Columbus Hall, Covina, California
20 Ayako Hamada Taya Valkyrie 2017.03.19 Arena José Sulaimán, Monterrey, Nuevo Leon
21 Taya Valkyrie [2] Ayako Hamada 2017.04.21 Auditorio de Tijuana
Championship vacated on July 1, 2017. Match held on July 16, 2017 for vacant championship
22 Sexi Star [3] Fabi Apache
Big Mama
Lady Shani
La Hiedra
2017.07.16 Monterrey, Nuevo León
1 Fabi Apache
Lady Shani
2017.07.21 Auditorio Fausto Gutierrez de Tijuana
2 Ayako Hamada
Lady Shani
2017.08.26 Arena Ciudad de Mexico
Championship vacated on September 4, 2017. Decision match for the vacant championship on October 1, 2017.
23 Lady Shani Ayako Hamada 2017.10.01 San Luis Potosí, San Luis Potosí
1 Fabi Apache 2017.12.16 Plaza de Toros Monumental, Apizaco, Tlaxcala
2 Fabi Apache 2017.12.29 Deportivo San Lorenzo Tezonco, Iztapalapa
24 Fabi Apache [3] Lady Shani 2018.01.26 Gimnasio Juan de la Barrera in Mexico City, Mexico
1 Ashley 2018.05.31 Arena Aficion
2 La Hiedra
Lady Shani
2018.09.16 Arena Xalapa, Xalapa, Veracruz
3 Keyra
Star Fire
Scarlett Bordeaux
2018.10.28 Gimnasio Miguel Hidalgo, Puebla, Puebla
4 Faby Apache
La Hiedra
2018.11.04 Palenque del Centro Expositor Adolfo Lopez Mateos, Tlaxcala, Tlaxcala
25 Lady Shani [2] Faby Apache
La Hiedra
2018.12.04 Palenque de la Feria, Aguascalientes, Aguascalientes
1 La Hiedra
Lady Maravilla
2019.03.08 Arena Xalapa
2 La Hiedra
Chik Tormenta
2019.03.16 Acropolis, Puebla, Puebla
3 Vanilla
La Hiedra
2019.03.28 Domvz Centro De Espectaculos, Toluca, Estado de México
26 Keyra Lady Shani
Chik Tormenta
2019.06.16 Poliforuma Zamna, Mérida, Yucatan
Keyra was unable to compete due to a knee injury for this reason she vacated the title
Tables, Ladders and Chairs match to crown the new champion
27 Tessa Blanchard Lady Shani
Chik Tormenta
Faby Apache
Ayako Hamada
La Hiedra
2019.08.03 Arena Ciudad de Mexico - Mexico City
28 Taya [3] Tessa Blanchard 2019.09.15 Hulu Theatre, New York City, New York
1 Faby Apache
Ayako Hamada
Lady Shani
2019.12.01 Estadio de Béisbol Monterrey, Monterrey, Nuevo Leon
Championship vacated when Taya signs with WWE on February 24, 2021
Six Way Elimination Match for the vacant title
29 Faby Apache [4] Chik Tormenta
Lady Flamer
Lady Shani
Lady Maravilla
Sexy Star II
2021.05.01 San Pedro Cholula, Puebla
30 Deonna Purrazzo Faby Apache 2021.08.14 Arena Ciudad de México
1 Rok-C 2022.01.09 The Factory, Dallas, Texas
2 Lady Frost 2022.02.20 John A. Alario Sr. Event Center, Westwego, Louisiana
3 Gisele Shaw
Lady Frost
2022.03.06 Old Forresters Paristown Hall, Louisville, Kentucky
4 Fabi Apache 2022.04.01 Fairmont Hotel, Dallas, Texas
5 Biilie Starkz 2022.04.16 Horizon Event Center, Des Moines, Iowa
31 Taya Valkyrie [4] Deonna Purrazzo 2022.04.23 Majed J. Nesheiwat Convention Center, Poughkeepsie, New York
1 Deonna Purrazzo 2022.05.07 The Promowest Pavilion at Ovation, Newport, Kentucky
2 Ava Lawless 2022.05.20 Royal Canadian Legion #1, Calgary, Alberta
3 Kat Von Heez 2022.05.21 Royal Canadian Legion Norwood Branch #178, Edmonton, Alberta
4 Trish Adora 2022.07.24 The Heart Ballroom, Newark, New Jersey [7]
5 Kamille 2022.10.15 Arena Ciudad de México
2023 tournament
6 Sexy Star II
La Hiedra
2023.02.10 Auditorio de Tijuana
32 Lady Flamer Taya Valkyrie 2023.08.12 Arena Ciudad de Mexico
title change
successful title defense
championship matches which were announced, but results were not found


  1. draw; title for title for the Mexican National Women's Championship
  2. may have been a draw with a replayed finish
  3. title for title match with the Mexican National Women's Championship
  4. a bull terrier match
  5. a trios match - Mari, Fabi Apache, Aerostar vs Sexi Star, Christina Von Eerie, Alex Koslov - where Sexi's championship was on the line
  6. So Cal Uncensored
  7. No Prima Donna



The 1st Reina de Reinas tournament was held in Puebla on February 19th. It was a 16 women tournament with four way matches, and was won by Xochitl Hamada.

Semifinals   Final
 Xochitl Hamada W
 Alda Moreno  
 La Fugitiva  
 La Venus
 Lady Discovery
 Princesa Sugheit  
 Miss Janeth W  
 Migala    Xochitl Hamada W
     Miss Janeth
       Rossy Moreno
 Vicky Carranza      Esther Moreno
 Rossy Moreno W  
 Linda Star  
 La Nazi
 Martha Villalobos
 Esther Moreno W  

Title defenses this year:

1999.10.06: Esther Moreno defeated Xochitl Hamada to win the Reina de Reina championship.
1999.11.05: Esther Moreno defeated Xochitl Hamada to retain the Reina de Reina championship.



The 2nd Reina de Reinas tournament was held in Morelia on February 20th. It was again a 16 women tournament with four way matches, and was won by Rossy Moreno.

Rossy Moreno------
La Briosa---------|
                  |Rossy Moreno------
La Chola----------|                  |                  
                  |                  |
Sahori------------                   |
Xochitl Hamada----                   |
                  |                  |
Cinthia Moreno----|                  |
                  |Xochitl Hamada----|
La Fugitiva-------|                  |
                  |                  |
Tiffany-----------                   |
                                     |Rossy Moreno
Martha Villalobos-                   |
                  |                  |
Esther Moreno-----|                  |
                  |Martha Villalobos-|
Estrellita--------|                  |
                  |                  |
Metalica----------                   |
Alda Moreno-------                   |
                  |                  |
Miss Janeth-------|                  |
                  |Miss Janeth-------

Title defenses this year: 2000.06.16: Rossy Moreno won by DQ over Martha Villalobos to retain the Reina de Reina championship.



The 3rd Reina de Reinas tournament was held in Veracruz on February 17th. This year, it was a 14 person cibernetico, with the final four advancing to their own four way elimination match. Participants in the cibernetico who did not make the final were

In the four way final, Lady Apache defeated Miss Janeth, Tiffany, and Alda Moreno to take the crown.

Title defenses this year:

  1. 2001.05.09: Lady Apache defeated Miss Janeth to retain the Reina de Reina championship.
  2. 2001.07.15: Lady Apache defeated AKINO to retain the Reina de Reina championship.
  3. 2001.11.29: Lady Apache fought Tiffany to a double DQ to retain the Reina de Reina championship.


The 4th Reina de Reinas tournament was held in Veracruz on February 23th. Like the previous year, there was a qualifying cibernetico with the last four moving onto a final match. This year, 12 women were involved in the tournament.

The eight who went were eliminated before the final

In the final, Miss Janeth and Martha Villalobos were eliminated, leaving Esther Moreno and Lady Apache. Some reports have the match ending as a draw, but Esther is recognized as a Reina de Reinas champion, so she must've ultimately won the crown this year.

Title defenses this year: 2002.05.04: Martha Villalobos defeated Esther Moreno to win the Reina de Reina championship.


Details are scarce on the 5th Reina de Reinas; it's believed to have just involved three wrestlers for unknown reason. (It's also possible there's a missing first round.) The matches took place on February 23.

Fabi Apache-------
                  |Lady Apache-------
Lady Apache-------                   |
                                     |Martha Villalobos
                   Martha Villalobos-


There was no Reina de Reinas tournament in 2004. Sometime between 2003 and 2004, Tiffany won the Reina de Reinas championship, and it was defended thru the year as normal.

Title defenses this year:


The 6th Reina de Reinas tournament was held in Mexico City on February 20th. Participants included wrestlers from the LLF female only promotion. This year, the tournament was a battle royal, with the final two wrestlers having a final decision match.

Particpants in the battle royal who did not make the final include

In the final, Tiffany beat Lady Apache to win the crown on her birthday.

Title defenses this year:


The 7th Reina de Reinas tournament was held on Feburary 18th, in Orizaba. This year, a battle royal (where particpants could be eliminated by pinfall or submission) was held, with the final four advancing to a final. Participants in the tournament who did not make the final include

  1. Hechicera (eliminated by Martha)
  2. Mujer Demente (by Josseln)
  3. Lady Rabbit (by Chola)
  4. Josselin (by Janeth)
  5. Lola González (by Tiffany, with some help)
  6. La Chola (by Cinthia)
  7. Tiffany (by Martha, with some help)
  8. Estrellita (by Martha)

The final four met later on the same show an elmination match

AAA also held a special Reina de Reinas Internacional match this year, on Feburary 25th. Cinthia Moreno won an elimination match, also including a La Diabolica, Martha Villalobos, Carlos Amano, Mayumi Ozaki, Chikayo Nagashima.



The 8th Reina de Reinas tournament was held in Tula, Hidalgo. A battle royale was held, with the final six meeting in a final later. Women eliminated in the battle royal: Mujer Demente, La Chola, La Hechicera, Lady Rabbit, Vicky Carranza, Josseline, Estrellita, Lola Gonzalez, La Diabolica, Martha Villalobos. Those remaining worked the final as if it was an elimination trios match:

Sexi Star, Fabi Apache, and Cinthia Moreno vs Rossy Moreno, Tiffany, and Miss Janeth


  1. Sexi Star (eliminated by Fabi Apache, with help from Gran Apache)
  2. Rossy Moreno (eliminated by Cinthia Moreno)
  3. Cinthia Moreno (eliminated Miss Janeth)
  4. Miss Janeth (eliminated by Fabi Apache)
  5. Fabi Apache (eliminated by Tiffany and interference from Sexi Star)

At the end of this melee the new Reyna of Reynas was Tiffany.


Fabi Apache, 2008 winner

This year's tournament was a fifteen women tournament in Morelia, Michoacan on May 25. The format of the tournament was changed again, this time three first round matches with five women each. The three winners would advance to a final on the same day.

The tournament was made up of 9 Mexicans and 6 Japanese, most from the Oz Academy group. Previous champion Tiffany did not compete.

First Round Matches

In the final, Fabi Apache defeated Mari Apache and Ayako Hamada to win the tournament.

Transition To Regular Championship

AAA ceased running annual Reina de Reinas tournaments after the 2008 tournament. The Reina de Reinas belt was defended like a standard women's championship from that point on. Defenses are listed in the title history.

On September 26, 2009, as part of the Heroes Inmortales III show, Sexi Star beat Fabi Apache in a bull terrier match to win the championship.

Mari Apache's championship win came in a trios match, where the AAA World Mixed Tag Team Championship were also on the line and whoever got the pin got the championship of whoever lost.

Mari lost the championship in a multi-woman match. She was beat before the finish by guest wrestler Mickie James, but James was kissed and defeated by Pimpinela Escarlata to win the match. Pimpinela, an exotico, became the first male to win the championship in 2011.

Sexi Star won the title a second time at Guerra de Titanes, 2011. The match versus Pimpinela Escarlata was a lumberjack strap match, with a distraction caused by the lumberjacks leading to the title switch.

Sexi Star held the championship for more than a year before vacating the championship on AAA TV in February 2013 for reasons not totally explained.


AAA brought back the Reina de Reinas tournament format for a special co-promoted show with WAVE promotion from Japan on November 27, 2012 in Korakuen Hall. There was a four luchadora field for a one night tournament.

  Semifinals Final
   Jennifer Blake    
 Sexi Star W  
   Sexi Star W
 Kaguya W
   Fabi Apache  

AAA recognizes this as a single title defense, not an additional reign.


Tournament returned as a Five way match, Sexy Star II defeated Chik Tormenta, Lady Shani, Dalys, La Hiedra

Champions Gallery (Non-Tournaments)

Sexi Star, 14th, 17th, & 22nd Champion
Mari Apache, 15th Champion
Faby Apache, 13th & 18th Champion
Ayako Hamada, 20th Champion
Taya Valkyrie, 19th, 21st, 28th & 31st Champion
Lady Shani, 23th & 25th Champion
Fabi Apache, 24th Champion
Keyra, 26th Champion
Tessa Blanchard, 27th Champion
Deonna Purrazzo, 30th Champion
V AAA/PAP Championships E
AAA: Cruiser (Komander) • Mega (Hijo del Vikingo) • Latin American (Q.T. Marshall)
Minis (Dinastia) • Mixed Tag (Abismo Negro Jr. & Flammer) • Reina de Reinas (Flammer)
Tag (Arez) & (Komander) • Trios (Los Vipers (Abismo Negro Jr.,Psicosis & Toxin))
Tournaments: Rey de Reyes (Sam Adonis) • Copa Antonio Peña (Pimpinela Escarlata) • Copa TripleManía (Laredo Kid)
Defunct: Americas HeavyAmericas TriosCampeón de CampeonesIWC Heavy
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Unofficial: AAA Northern Tag (Kuas Extrem & Snaiper) • AAA Northern Middle: (The Tiger) • AAA Northern Light Heavy (Lemus Jr.)