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FMW Women's Championship

FMW Women's Championship

The FMW Women's Championship was a Japanese professional wrestling championship contested in the promotion Frontier Martial-Arts Wrestling (FMW). During the heyday of FMW, the female wrestlers wrestled in the same types of bloody death matches as the FMW men, and were feared by other Japanese female wrestlers for their toughness and intensity.

History

Wrestler: Times: Date: Location: Notes:
Combat Toyoda 1 November 5, 1990 Tokyo Defeated Beastie the Road Warrior to become the first WWA Women's Champion.
Megumi Kudo 1 March 28, 1991 Tokyo
Combat Toyoda 2 August 17, 1991 Tokyo
Miwa Sato 1 October 14, 1991 Tokyo
Shark Tsuchiya 1 March 25, 1992 Tokyo
Megumi Kudo 2 May 24, 1992 Tokyo
Combat Toyoda 3 July 24, 1993 Kitakyushu, Fukuoka
Crusher Maedomari 1 October 31, 1993 Tokyo Vacated title in February, 1994
Megumi Kudo 3 February 25, 1994 Tokyo Defeated Leilani Kai to become first FMW Women's Independent Champion and win vacant WWA Women's Title.
Combat Toyoda 4 June 19, 1994 Tokyo
Yukie Nabeno 1 August 28, 1994 Vacated on December 12, 1994 due to injury
Bad Nurse Nakamura 1 March 30, 1995 Yokohama, Kanagawa Defeated Megumi Kudo for vacant titles.
Megumi Kudo 4 May 5, 1995 Kawasaki, Kanagawa
Shark Tsuchiya 2 November 20, 1995 Fukuoka, Fukuoka
Combat Toyoda 5 December 10, 1995 Tokyo
Megumi Kudo 5 May 5, 1996 Kawasaki, Kanagawa
Shark Tsuchiya 3 March 21, 1997 Sendai, Miyagi
Megumi Kudo 6 April 29, 1997 Yokohama, Kanagawa Vacated on June 13, 1997 due to retirement
Shark Tsuchiya 4 September 28, 1997 Kawasaki, Kanagawa Defeated Aja Kong for vacant titles. Both titles were retired shortly after.

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