Riot City Wrestling (RCW) is an Australian independent professional wrestling promotion founded in January 2006 in Adelaide, South Australia. It runs shows independently, in conjunction with local festivals, as well as with other organizations and wrestling promotions.

Riot City Wrestling
AcronymRCW
FoundedJanuary 2006; 18 years ago (2006-01)[1]
StyleProfessional wrestling
Lucha libre
Strong style
HeadquartersAdelaide, South Australia
Websitehttp://riotcitywrestling.com/

History edit

Riot City Wrestling was founded in Adelaide in January 2006.[1][2] In 2010, RCW appeared at the Adelaide Fringe, hosting the STRENGTH Cup tournament, and was voted one of the festival's top five attractions by the Adelaide Advertiser.[3] They returned to the festival in 2011, hosting the tournament again.[3] For the 2014 festival, the company promoted a lucha libre-themed show.[4]

On 1 July 2012, the Goodwood Saints Football Club of the South Australian Amateur Football League hosted RCW for a special fundraiser.[5] RCW wrestlers the Basso Boys, who competed at the event, had previously played C Grade Australian Rules Football.[6] As of August 2014, Jeff Jarrett's American-based Global Force Wrestling announced working agreements with Riot City Wrestling.[7] That month, during a WWE tour of Australia, several RCW wrestlers were also invited to participate in a WWE training camp.[8]

Wrestling reviewer Rod Lewis has noted the promotion for its "high octane acrobatics" as well as "the comical theatrics and surprising plot twists".[9] RCW has built an alliance with Melbourne City Wrestling, which has featured a rivalry between wrestlers from the two promotions.[10][11]

RCW runs a training academy, which is located in Kilkenny.[12] Wrestlers who have competed for RCW include former NXT tag team champion Buddy Murphy,[13] Voodoo, who competes for Grand Pro Wrestling,[14] and WWE Raw Women's Champion Rhea Ripley.[15]

Championships edit

Championship Current champion(s) Reign Date won Days held Location Notes Ref.
RCW Grand Championship Chris Basso 1 18 May 2024 5 Goodwood, South Australia, Australia Unlocked the Key To The City to defeat DELTA for the RCW Grand Championship at Trial By Stone 2024[16] [17]
RCW Emerald Crown Vincent Di Maria 1 16 March 2024 68 Adelaide, South Australia, Australia Defeated Snaxx and previous Emerald Crown Holder, Dean Brady at Dead To Rights 2024.[18] [19]
RCW Tag Team Championship Thorn Enterprises
(B.O.B. and Kaitoa)
1 18 May 2024 5 Adelaide, South Australia, Australia Defeated Kings of Ruin, Banjo Powers & Hugh Beauty and the previous champions, The Old Guard in a 4-Way Elimination match at Trial By Stone 2024.[20] [21]

RCW Grand Championship edit

RCW Grand Championship
Details
PromotionRiot City Wrestling
Date establishedJanuary 20, 2024
Current champion(s)Chris Basso
Date wonMay 18, 2024
Statistics
First champion(s)DELTA
Most reignsAll Champions(1 reign)

Reigns edit

Key
No. Overall reign number
Reign Reign number for the specific champion
Days Number of days held
Defenses Number of successful defenses
+ Current reign is changing daily
No. Champion Championship change Reign statistics Notes Ref.
Date Event Location Reign Days Defenses
1 DELTA January 20, 2024 ReAnimated 19 Goodwood, South Australia, Australia 1 119 4 At Battle For Supremacy 17, DELTA - the reigning RCW Champion - defeated the RCW Women's Champion, Miki Fortune, to Unify the RCW and RCW Women's Championships. At ReAnimated 19 she was awarded the RCW Grand Championship and in the process retired the RCW and RCW Women's Championship [22]
2 Chris Basso May 18, 2024 Trial By Stone 2024 Goodwood, South Australia, Australia 1 5 0 Unlocked the Key To The City, which was originally won by Matt "Grimm" Basso to defeat Matt Hayter and the previous champion, DELTA, in a triple threat match for the championship. [23]

Combined reigns edit

 Indicates the current champion
Rank Wrestler No. of
reigns
Combined defenses Combined days
1 DELTA 1 4 119
2 Chris Basso † 1 0 5+

RCW Emerald Crown edit

RCW Emerald Crown
Details
PromotionRiot City Wrestling
Date established5 June, 2021
Current champion(s)Vincent Di Maria
Date won16 March, 2023
Other name(s)
RCW Emerald Crown
(05 June 2021 – Present)
Statistics
First champion(s)Adam Brooks
Most reignsREDSHAW (2 Reigns)
Longest reignREDSHAW (322 days)
Shortest reignREDSHAW (<1 day)

Reigns edit

Key
No. Overall reign number
Reign Reign number for the specific champion
Days Number of days held
Defenses Number of successful defenses
+ Current reign is changing daily
No. Champion Championship change Reign statistics Notes Ref.
Date Event Location Reign Days Defenses
1 Adam Brooks 9 October 2021 RCW#229 - Heavy is the Crown Kilkenny, South Australia, Australia 1 147 2[24] Defeated Chris Basso in the finals of the 2021 C4 ABSOLUTE Grand Prix. [25]
2 Cadie Tre` 5 March 2022 Superclash IV Adelaide, South Australia, Australia 1 140 5[26] This was a triple threat match also including James Kray [27]
3 REDSHAW 23 July 2022 Unstoppable Kilkenny, South Australia, Australia 1 <1 0[28] [29]
4 Jett Armstrong 23 July 2022 Unstoppable Kilkenny, South Australia, Australia 1 175 3[30] Unlocked his Key To The City for an RCW Emerald Crown match [31]
5 REDSHAW 14 January 2023 ReAnimated 18 Kilkenny, South Australia, Australia 2 322 3[32] [33]
6 Dean Brady 2 December 2023 Battle For Supremacy 17 Goodwood, South Australia, Australia 1 105 4[34] [35]
7 Vincent Di Maria 16 March 2024 Dead To Rights 2024 Adelaide, South Australia, Australia 1 68+ 2[36] [37]

Combined reigns edit

 Indicates the current champion
Rank Wrestler No. of
reigns
Combined defenses Combined days
1 REDSHAW 2 3 322
2 Jett Armstrong 1 175
3 Adam Brooks 2 147
4 Cadie Tre` 5 140
5 Dean Brady 4 105
6 Vincent Di Maria † 2 68+

RCW Tag Team Championship edit

RCW Tag Team Championship
Details
PromotionRiot City Wrestling
Date established18 May, 2024
Current champion(s)Thorn Enterprises
(B.O.B. and Kaitoa)
Date won18 May, 2024
Other name(s)
  • RCW Tag Team Championship
    (22 October 2016 - Present)
Statistics
First champion(s)The Rude Ones (Bulldog McKenzie and Marvel)
Most reignsThe Parea (Eli Theseus and Gabriel Aeros) (3 reigns)
Longest reignThe Parea (Eli Theseus and Gabriel Aeros) (455 days)
Shortest reignBrady LTD (Dean Brady and DELTA) (27 days)
Lightest championThe Parea (Eli Theseus and Gabriel Aeros) (363 lbs combined)

Reigns edit

Key
No. Overall reign number
Reign Reign number for the specific champion
Days Number of days held
Defenses Number of successful defenses
+ Current reign is changing daily
No. Champion Championship change Reign statistics Notes Ref.
Date Event Location Reign Days Defenses
1 The Rude Ones
(Bulldog McKenzie and Marvel)
22 October 2016 Key to the City Wayville, South Australia, Australia 1 182 2[38] The Rude Ones defeated #bestos (Adam Brooks and Kellyanne) in a tournament final to become the inaugural champions. [39]
2 The Savage Gentlemen
(Brodie Marshall and Tyler Daniels)
22 April 2017 Strength Wayville, South Australia, Australia 1 84 0[40] Tyler Daniels unlocked his Key To The City for an RCW Tag Team Title match [41]
3 The Rude Ones
(Bulldog McKenzie and Marvel)
15 July 2017 Dark Days Wayville, South Australia, Australia 2 280 3[42] This was a "Losing Team Must Disband" match [43]
4 The Millennials
(Dean Brady, James Kray and Tom Byrne)
21 April 2018 Megaslam Wayville, South Australia, Australia 1 133 3[44] This was a six person inter-gender tag team match. All three members of The Millennials were recognised as champions and defended the title under the Freebird Rule. [45]
5 The Parea
(Eli Theseus and Gabriel Aeros)
1 September 2018 RCW 200 Wayville, South Australia, Australia 1 175 2[46] This was a Four Way TLC match also including Gods and Monsters (Brodie Marshall and Grimm) and The Rude Ones (Bulldog McKenzie and Marvel) [47]
6 The Armstrongs
(Nick Armstrong and Jett Armstrong)
23 February 2019 RCW Live #45 Hindmarsh, South Australia, Australia 1 90 2[48] [49]
7 The Parea
(Eli Theseus and Gabriel Aeros)
24 May 2019 Superclash 2 Adelaide, South Australia, Australia 2 42 0[50] [51]
8 Gods and Monsters
(Brodie Marshall (2)) and Grimm)
5 July 2019 Long Live The King Adelaide, South Australia, Australia 1 218 2[52] [53]
9 World Class Egos
(Chris Basso and Matt Hayter)
8 February 2020 Reanimated XV Wayville, South Australia, Australia 1 224 2[54] [55]
10 The Parea
(Eli Theseus and Gabriel Aeros)
19 September 2020 RCW#216 - The Price is Fight! Hindmarsh, South Australia, Australia 3 455 5[56] [57]
11 Kings of Ruin
(Mike Boomer and Zak Sabbath)
18 December 2021 RCW#232 - Battle For Supremacy XV Kilkenny, South Australia, Australia 1 133 0[58] [59]
12 Purgatory
(Barren and Einar The Strange)
30 April 2022 Trial By Stone 2022 Kilkenny, South Australia, Australia 1 29 0[60] [61]
13 Brady LTD
(Dean Brady and DELTA)
29 May 2022 Strike First, Strike Hard 2022 Fullarton, South Australia, Australia 1 27 0[62] [63]
14 Kings of Ruin
(Mike Boomer and Zak Sabbath)
25 June 2022 Into The Fire Kilkenny, South Australia, Australia 2 28 0[64] [65]
15 Brady LTD
(Dean Brady and DELTA
23 July 2022 Unstoppable Kilkenny, South Australia, Australia 2 217 7[66] This was a three way CHAOS Collider ladder match also including Purgatory (Barren and Einar the Strange) [67]
16 Purgatory
(Barren and Einar The Strange
25 February 2023 Big Top Beatdown 2023 Adelaide, South Australia, Australia 2 224 2[68] [69]
17 The Old Guard
(Chris Basso, Cutthroat and Dean Brady)
7 October 2023 At The Gates Kilkenny, South Australia, Australia 1 224 4[70] This was a four way CHAOS Collider ladder match also featuring Kings of Ruin (HAVOK, Miki Fortune and Zak Sabbath) and Party Power ((Banjo Powers, Party Guy Ty and Violet Blitz). Amber also competed for Purgatory. Nick Armstrong was originally recognised as a champion, however, Armstrong left The Old Guard on December 2, 2023 at Battle For Supremacy. Dean Brady joined The Old Guard at this same event and is now also recognised as champion under the One For All Rule. [71]
18 Thorn Enterprises
(B.O.B. and Kaitoa)
18 May 2024 Trial By Stone 2024 Goodwood, South Australia, Australia 1 5+ 0[72] This was a Four Way Elimination match also featuring Kings of Ruin(HAVOK and Mike Boomer) and Banjo Powers & Hugh Beauty. [73]

Combined Reigns edit

 Indicates the current champion
Combined Reigns by Team
Rank Team No. of
reigns
Combined
defenses
Combined days
1 The Parea
(Eli Theseus and Gabriel Aeros)
3 7 672
2 The Rude Ones
(Bulldog McKenzie and Marvel)
2 5 462
3 Puragtory
(Barren and Einar The Strange)
2 253
4 Brady LTD
(Dean Brady and DELTA)
7 244
5 World Class Egos
(Chris Basso and Matt Hayter)
1 2 224
The Old Guard
(Chris Basso, Cutthroat and Dean Brady)
4
7 Gods and Monsters
(Brodie Marshall and Grimm)
2 218
8 Kings of Ruin
(Mike Boomer and Zak Sabbath)
2 0 161
9 The Millennials
(Dean Brady, James Kray and Tom Byrne)
1 3 133
10 The Armstrongs
(Jett Armstrong and Nick Armstrong)
2 90
11 The Savage Gentlemen
(Brodie Marshall and Tyler Daniels)
0 84
12 Thorn Enterprises †
(B.O.B. and Kaitoa)
5+
 Indicates the current champion
Combined Reigns by Wrestler
Rank Wrestler No. of
reigns
Combined
defenses
Combined days
1 Eli Theseus 3 7 672
Gabriel Aeros
3 Dean Brady 13 545
4 Bulldog McKenzie 2 5 462
Marvel
6 Chris Basso 6 448
7 Brodie Marshall 2 302
8 Barren 253
Einar The Strange
10 DELTA 7 244
11 Matt Hayter 1 2 224
Cutthroat 4
13 Grimm 2 218
14 Mike Boomer 2 0 161
Zak Sabbath
16 Nick Armstrong 3 146
17 James Kray 1 2 133
Tom Byrne
19 Jett Armstrong 90
20 Tyler Daniels 0 84
21 B.O.B. † 5+
Kaitoa †

Accomplishments edit

Accomplishment Current winner(s) Date won Previous winner Reference
RCW Strength Cup DELTA 19 August 2023 Mat "Grimm" Basso [74]
RCW Key To The City Mat "Grimm" Basso 9 March 2024 Mike Boomer [75]
Riot City Rumble Nick Armstrong 2 December 2023 Cadie Tre' [35]
C4 Absolute Grand Prix Jett Armstrong 17 December 2022 Adam Brooks [76]
King of the Fringe Jett Armstrong 2 March 2024 REDSHAW [citation needed]

Retired Championships edit

RCW Championship edit

RCW Championship
Details
PromotionRiot City Wrestling
Date established27 January 2006
Date retired20 January 2024
Other name(s)
  • RCW Heavyweight Championship (27 January 2006 – 13 December 2019)
  • RCW Championship (13 December 2019 - 20 January 2024)
Statistics
First champion(s)Dregan
Final champion(s)DELTA
Most reignsChris Basso and Matt Basso (4 reigns)
Longest reignRocky Menero (666 days)
Shortest reignChris Basso (28 days)

On November 11, 2023 at Powertrip, DELTA became the first woman to win the RCW Championship by defeating Cadie Tre'. After the match, RCW Women's Champion Miki Fortune challenged DELTA to a title unification match at the following month's Battle For Supremacy event, which DELTA would win. On January 20, 2024 at ReAnimated 19, DELTA was presented with the new RCW Grand Championship, in the process retiring the RCW Championship and the RCW Women's Championship.

Reigns edit

Key
No. Overall reign number
Reign Reign number for the specific champion
Days Number of days held
Defenses Number of successful defenses
+ Current reign is changing daily
No. Champion Championship change Reign statistics Notes Ref.
Date Event Location Reign Days Defenses
1 Dregan 24 February 2006 Epidemic Adelaide, South Australia, Australia 1 113 3[77] Dregan defeated Johnny Kash in a tournament final to become the inaugural champion
2 Johnny Kash 17 June 2006 Devil's Reign Modbury North, South Australia, Australia 1 315 7[78] This was a Five Way match also including TJ Rush, Mimic and Jack Williams
3 Damon Matthews 28 April 2007 Scarstruck Modbury North, South Australia, Australia 1 224 5[79] This was a Three Way match also including Dregan [80]
Vacated 8 December 2007 Matthews suffered an injury and was unable to defend the championship. Vacated as a result of Just Josh, Mimic and Voodoo defeating Team Matthews (Adam Gambino, GD Grimm and Fuzion) at The Battle For Supremacy. As per the pre match stipulation Damon Matthews was stripped of the title since his team lost.
4 Damon Matthews 1 March 2008 Scarstruck 2008 North Adelaide, South Australia, Australia 2 154 4[81] This was a tournament final including Mimic and GD Grimm [82][83]
5 Mimic 2 August 2008 Ascension North Adelaide, South Australia, Australia 1 308 6[84] This was a Four Way match also including GD Grimm and VOODOO. [85]
6 GD Grimm 6 June 2009 Rites of Passage North Adelaide, South Australia, Australia 2 343 8[86] GD Grimm previously won the title as Dregan. [87]
7 TJ Rush 15 May 2010 Rites of Passage North Adelaide, South Australia, Australia 1 98 3[88] [89]
8 Jacko Lantern 21 August 2010 Ascension - Key to the City II North Adelaide, South Australia, Australia 1 259 4[90] This was a triple threat match also including GD Grimm. [91]
9 Del Taurino 7 May 2011 Rites of Passage North Adelaide, South Australia, Australia 1 91 1[92] [93]
10 Rocky Menero 6 August 2011 Ascension North Adelaide, South Australia, Australia 1 126 2[94] [95]
11 Mimic 10 December 2011 Battle for Supremacy North Adelaide, South Australia, Australia 2 224 5[96] [97]
12 Marvel 21 July 2012 Dark Days North Adelaide, South Australia, Australia 1 112 2[98] [99]
13 Voodoo 10 November 2012 Powertrip North Adelaide, South Australia, Australia 1 147 2[100] Unlocked his Key To The City for an RCW Title match [101]
14 Chris "Mimic" Basso 6 April 2013 RCW 100 Wayville, South Australia, Australia 3 28 0[102] [103]
15 Voodoo 4 May 2013 Transgression Wayville, South Australia, Australia 2 217 3[104] This was a triple threat match also including Brodie Marshall. [105]
16 GD Grimm 7 December 2013 Battle For Supremacy Wayville, South Australia, Australia 3 148 3[106] [107]
17 Adam Brooks 3 May 2014 Rites Of Passage Wayville, South Australia, Australia 1 216 4[108] Unlocked his Key To The City for an RCW Title match [109][110]
18 Nick Armstrong 6 December 2014 Battle for Supremacy Wayville, South Australia, Australia 1 154 2[111] [112]
19 Brodie Marshall 9 May 2015 Rites of Passage Wayville, South Australia, Australia 1 364 8[113] [114]
20 Brad Smyth 7 May 2016 Rites of Passage Wayville, South Australia, Australia 1 42 0[115] [116]
21 Brodie Marshall 18 June 2016 Ultimatum Wayville, South Australia, Australia 2 168 1[117] [118]
22 Matt Basso 3 December 2016 Battle for Supremacy Wayville, South Australia, Australia 4 224 3[119] This was a triple threat match also including Dean Brady. Matt Basso previously won the title as Dregan and GD Grimm. [120]
23 Nick Armstrong 15 July 2017 Dark Days Wayville, South Australia, Australia 2 140 3[121] Unlocked his Key To The City for an RCW Title match [122]
24 Davey Green 2 December 2017 Battle for Supremacy Wayville, South Australia, Australia 1 56 0[123] [124]
25 Nick Armstrong 27 January 2018 Reanimated Wayville, South Australia, Australia 3 139 1[125] [126]
26 Chris Basso 15 June 2018 Superclash Adelaide, South Australia, Australia 4 176 1[127] [128]
27 Zak Sabbath 8 December 2018 Battle for Supremacy Wayville, South Australia, Australia 1 167 4[129] [130]
28 Rocky Menero 24 May 2019 Superclash 2 Adelaide, South Australia, Australia 2 666 8[131] Unlocked his Key To The City for an RCW Title match [132]
29 Matt Hayter 20 March 2021 Superclash 3 Adelaide, South Australia, Australia 1 113 4[133] [134]
30 HAVOK 11 July 2021 Eye For An Eye Fullarton, South Australia, Australia 1 237 5[135] Unlocked his Key To The City for an RCW Title match [136]
31 Matt Hayter 5 March 2022 Superclash IV Adelaide, South Australia, Australia 2 287 9[137] [138]
32 Cadie Tre` 17 December 2022 Battle For Supremacy 16 Brighton, South Australia, Australia 1 329 5[139] [76]
33 DELTA 11 November 2023 Powertrip Kilenny, South Australia, Australia 1 70 1[140] [141]
Unified 20 January 2024 ReAnimated 19 Goodwood, South Australia, Australia Unified with the RCW Women's Championship to form the RCW Grand Championship

Combined reigns edit

 Indicates the current champion
Rank Wrestler No. of
reigns
Combined defenses Combined days
1 Grimm 4 17 828
2 Rocky Menero 2 10 792
3 Chris Basso 4 12 736
4 Brodie Marshall 2 9 532
5 Nick Armstrong 3 6 433
6 Matt Hayter 2 13 400
7 Andy VOODOO Roy 5 364
8 Damon Matthews 9 350
9 Cadie Tre` 1 6 329
10 Johnny Kash 7 315
11 Jacko Lantern 4 259
12 HAVOK 5 237
13 Adam Brooks 4 216
14 Zak Sabbath 4 167
15 Marvel 2 112
16 TJ Rush 3 98
17 Del Taurino 1 91
18 DELTA 1 70
19 Davey Green 0 56
20 Brad Smyth 42

RCW Women's Championship edit

RCW Women's Championship
Details
PromotionRiot City Wrestling
Date established26 May 2012
Date retired20 January 2024
Other name(s)
  • RCW Women's Championship
    (26 May 2012 - 20 January 2024)
Statistics
First champion(s)Savannah Summers
Final champion(s)DELTA
Most reignsSavannah Summers (4 reigns)
Longest reignSavannah Summers (728 days)
Shortest reignMiki Fortune (21 days)
Heaviest championHarley Wonderland (152 lbs (69 kg))
Lightest championIzzy Shaw (117 lbs (53 kg))

Reigns edit

Key
No. Overall reign number
Reign Reign number for the specific champion
Days Number of days held
Defenses Number of successful defenses
+ Current reign is changing daily
No. Champion Championship change Reign statistics Notes Ref.
Date Event Location Reign Days Defenses
1 Savannah Summers 26 May 2012 Rites of Passage North Adelaide, South Australia, Australia 1 168 1[142] Savannah Summers defeated Miami in a tournament final to become the inaugural champion. [143]
2 Eliza Sway 10 November 2012 Powertrip North Adelaide, South Australia, Australia 1 392 3[144] [145]
Vacated 7 December 2013 Vacated due to injury.
3 Savannah Summers 7 December 2013 Battle For Supremacy North Adelaide, South Australia, Australia 2 154 2[146] Savannah Summers defeated Izzy Shaw to win the vacant title. [147]
4 Demi Bennett 10 May 2014 City Chicks Unleashed Wingfield, South Australia, Australia 1 189 4[148] [149]
5 Harley Wonderland 15 November 2014 City Chicks Unleashed 3 Wingfield, South Australia, Australia 1 147 2[150] [151]
6 Savannah Summers 11 April 2015 Strength Wayville, South Australia, Australia 3 392 7[152] [153]
7 Miss Fortune 7 May 2016 Rites of Passage Wayville, South Australia, Australia 1 168 2[154] [155]
Vacated 22 October 2016
8 Demi Bennett 22 October 2016 Key to the City Wayville, South Australia, Australia 2 308 2[156] Demi Bennett defeated Savannah Summers and Quinn Beauregard to win the vacant title. [157]
Vacated 26 August 2017 Vacated when Demi Bennett signed with the WWE.
9 Casey Johns 26 August 2017 Powertrip Wayville, South Australia, Australia 1 293 6[158] Casey Johns defeated Amity Row, Eliza Sway and Izzy Shaw to win the vacant title. [159]
10 Indi Hartwell 15 June 2018 Superclash Adelaide, South Australia, Australia 1 343 2[160] [161]
11 Miki Fortune 24 May 2019 Superclash 2 Adelaide, South Australia, Australia 2 505 1[162] Miki Fortune previously won the title as Miss Fortune [163]
Vacated 10 October 2020 Vacated due to injury.
12 Izzy Shaw 10 October 2020 RCW#217 - Red Dawn Hindmarsh, South Australia, Australia 1 140 1[164] Izzy Shaw defeated Savannah Summers to win the vacant title. [165]
13 Savannah Summers 27 February 2021 RCW#221 - Big Top Beatdown Adelaide, South Australia, Australia 4 728 8[166] This was a triple threat match also including DELTA. [167]
14 Amber 25 February 2023 Big Top Beatdown 2023 Adelaide, South Australia, Australia 1 259 1[168] [169]
15 Miki Fortune 11 November 2023 Powertrip Kilkenny, South Australia, Australia 3 21 0[170] [141]
16 DELTA 2 December 2023 Battle For Supremacy 17 Goodwood, South Australia, Australia 1 49 0[171] DELTA's RCW Championship was also on the line. [35]
Unified 20 January 2024 ReAnimated 19 Goodwood, South Australia, Australia Unified with the RCW Championship to form the RCW Grand Championship

Combined reigns edit

 Indicates the current champion
Rank Wrestler No. of
reigns
Combined
defenses
Combined days
1 Savannah Summers 4 18 1442
2 Miki Fortune 3 3 694
3 Demi Bennett 2 6 497
4 Eliza Sway 1 3 392
5 Indi Hartwell 2 343
6 Casey Johns 6 293
7 Amber 1 259
8 Harley Wonderland 2 147
9 Izzy Shaw 1 140
10 DELTA 0 49

Alumni edit

See also edit

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