ECCW Women's Championship
The ECCW Women's Championship (formerly SuperGirls Championship or the NWA SuperGirls Championship) is currently the women's professional wrestling championship of Elite Canadian Championship Wrestling, a wrestling promotion in British Columbia, Canada. The title was first awarded on June 24, 2005 in an attempt to generate interest for SuperGirls Wrestling, a women's wrestling spinoff of ECCW. Rebecca Knox became the first champion by defeating Miss Chevius. The title has been defended in several different promotions, including some promotions in Japan. During Nicole Matthews' near-year-long title reign in 2011, the title was renamed the ECCW Women's Championship.
|ECCW Women's Championship|
|Promotion||Elite Canadian Championship Wrestling|
National Wrestling Alliance
|Date established||June 24, 2010|
|Current champion(s)||Tony Baroni|
|Date won||February 28, 2016|
As of July 16, 2019.
|No.||Overall reign number|
|Reign||Reign number for the specific champion|
|Days||Number of days held|
|+||Current reign is changing daily|
|No.||Champion||Championship change||Reign statistics||Notes||Ref.|
|1||Rebecca Knox||June 24, 2005||Live event||Surrey, BC||1||301||Knox defeated Miss Chevius to determine the inaugural champion.|
|2||Lisa Moretti||April 21, 2006||Live event||Surrey, BC||1||170|||
|3||Nattie Neidhart||October 8, 2006||Unknown||Newark, CA||1||19|
|4||Nikki Matthews||October 27, 2006||Live event||Surrey, BC||1||176||This was contested in a three–way match, also involving Veronika Vice.|
|5||Veronika Vice||April 21, 2007||Live event||Port Coquitlam, BC||1||314|
|6||Penni Lane||February 29, 2008||Live event||Surrey, BC||1||1|
|7||Nicole Matthews||March 1, 2008||Live event||Vancouver, BC||2||343||This was a street fight.|
|8||Veronika Vice||February 7, 2009||Live event||Vancouver, BC||2||175|
|9||Tenille Tayla||August 1, 2009||Live event||Vancouver, BC||1||118||This was contested in a three–way match, also involving Nicole Matthews.|
|10||Veronika Vice||November 27, 2009||Live event||Surrey, BC||3||112|
|11||Tenille Tayla||March 19, 2010||ECCW Quest For Gold||Surrey, BC||2||224|
|12||Nicole Matthews||October 29, 2010||ECCW Halloween Hell||Surrey, BC||3||364||This was a tables match.|
|13||KC Spinelli||October 28, 2011||ECCW Halloween Hell||Surrey, BC||1||512|
|14||Nicole Matthews||March 23, 2013||ECCW We Will Riot||Port Coquitlam, BC||4||518|
|—||Vacated||August 23, 2014||—||—||—||—||Matthews vacated the championship due to winning the ECCW Championship.|
|15||Cat Power||January 3, 2015||ECCW Van-City Showdown 2015||Vancouver, BC||1||190||Power defeated Kate Carney in a tournament final for the vacant championship.|
|16||Syuri||July 12, 2015||Live event||Kawasaki, Japan||1||231||The event was promoted by Reina Joshi Puroresu.|||
|17||Cat Power||February 28, 2016||Live event||Tokyo, Japan||2||503||The event was promoted by Reina Joshi Puroresu.|||
|18||Tony Baroni||July 15, 2017||ECCW Ballroom Brawl VIII||Vancouver, BC||1||731+||The first male wrestler to hold the title.|
List of combined reignsEdit
As of July 16, 2019.
|†||Indicates the current champion|
|+||Indicates the current reign is changing daily|
|<1||The reign is shorter than one day.|
|Rank||Wrestler||# Of Reigns||Combined Days|
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