The AEW Women’s World Championship was created by the American promotion All Elite Wrestling for its female roster. It is the only championship for the women’s division of AEW and Japanese Joshi wrestler Riho was the inaugural champion.
In a press conference held on June 18, 2019, Tony Khan, the President, and CEO of AEW announced that they would soon unveil a women’s championship and a women’s tag team championship for its women’s division. AEW’s Chief Brand Officer and Cody’s wife Brandi Rhodes announced that the AEW Women’s World Championship title would be revealed on their All Out pay-per-view event and the inaugural champion would be crowned on the debut episode of their weekly TV show AEW Dynamite on October 2
Current & Former AEW Women’s Championship Holders
|Riho||October 2, 2019||Dynamite||1|
|Nyla Rose||February 12, 2020||Dynamite||1|
|Hikaru Shida||May 23, 2020||Double or Nothing||1|
|Britt Baker||May 30, 2021||Double or Nothing||1|
|Thunder Rosa (Current AEW Women’s Champion)||March 16th, 2022||Dynamite||1|
|Toni Storm (Current Interim Champion)||September 4th, 2022||All Out||1|
FAQs on AEW Women’s Championship
Q. Who was the first AEW Women’s Champion?
Riho was the first AEW Women’s Champion.
Q. Who is the current AEW Women’s Champion?
Thunder Rosa is the current AEW Women’s Champion.
Q. Who has the longest single reign as the AEW Women’s Championship Holder?
Hikaru Shida's has had the longest single reign as the AEW Women’s Championship Holder.
*Last Updated: 16th March 2021