Stampede Women's Pacific Championship
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|Stampede Women's Pacific Championship|
Nattie Neidhart, inaugural and first ever two time champion
|Date established||June 17, 2005|
|Date retired||March 10, 2006|
|No.||The overall championship reign|
|Reign||The reign number for the specific wrestler listed.|
|Event||The event promoted by the respective promotion in which the title changed hands|
|1||Nattie Neidhart||1||June 17, 2005||133||Calgary, Alberta, Canada||House show||Defeated Belle Lovitz, Anna Marie, and Ma Myers in a four-way match to become the first champion.|
|2||Dusty Adonis||1||October 28, 2005||39||Calgary, Alberta, Canada||House show||Adonis is a male wrestler.|
|3||Nattie Neidhart||2||December 6, 2005||[Note 1]||Calgary, Alberta, Canada||House show||Defeated Dusty Adonis and Belle Lovitz in a three-way match.|
|4||Dusty Adonis||2||February 2006||[Note 2]||N/A||House show|
|5||Belle Lovitz||1||March 10, 2006||[Note 3]||Calgary, Alberta, Canada||House show||Defeated Dusty Adonis and Madison in a three-way match.|
|—||Inactive||—||April 2008||—||N/A||N/A||Title became inactive when the promotion closed.|
- The exact date Neidhart lost the championship has not been documented, putting her title reign at between 26 and 93 days.
- The exact date Adonis won the championship has not been documented, putting his title reign at between 1 day and 68 days.
- The exact date the championship was abandoned has not been documented, putting the title reign at between 753 and 782 days.