AAA Reina de Reinas Championship
|AAA Reina de Reinas Championship|
|Promotion||Lucha Libre AAA Worldwide (AAA)|
|Date established||February 19, 1999|
|Current champion(s)||Taya Valkyrie|
|Date won||April 23, 2022|
The AAA Reina de Reinas Championship (literally "AAA Queen of Queens Championship", "AAA Women's Championship") is a singles women's professional wrestling championship promoted by Lucha Libre AAA Worldwide (AAA). It is the only females championship currently in AAA. Being a professional wrestling championship, it is not won legitimately; it is instead won via a scripted ending to a match or awarded to a wrestler because of a storyline.
From its creation in 1999 to 2009, the title was put on the line every year during the eponymous "Reina de Reinas" tournament, in addition to traditional defenses. The tournament eventually returned in 2012, with Sexy Star becoming the first wrestler to successfully retain the title at the event.
The inaugural champion was Xóchitl Hamada, who was crowned after winning the original Reina de Reinas tournament in 1999. Faby Apache and Taya hold the record for most reigns with four, while they along with Tiffany and Sexy Star have the record for most Reina de Reinas tournaments won, with three. The record for longest reign is held by Taya, whose first reign lasted 945 days, with the record for shortest held by Ayako Hamada (Xóchitl's sister) at 33 days. Although the title is supposedly for women only, Pimpinela Escarlata, a luchador Exótico, won it in 2011.
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|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||Xóchitl Hamada||February 19, 1999||Reina de Reinas||Puebla, Puebla||1||229||Hamada defeated Esther Moreno, Miss Janeth and Rossy Moreno in a four-way match in the tournament final to become the inaugural champion.|||
|2||Esther Moreno||October 6, 1999||Live event||San Luis Potosí, San Luis Potosí||1||The exact date Moreno vacated the championship is not known, other than it happened in 1999, which means that the championship reign lasted between 1 and 86 days|||
|—||Vacated||1999||—||—||—||—||Esther Moreno vacated the championship due to an injury.|||
|3||Rossy Moreno||February 20, 2000||Reina de Reinas||Morelia, Michoacán||1||363||Moreno defeated Martha Villalobos, Miss Janeth and Xóchitl Hamada in a four-way match in the tournament final to win the vacant championship.|||
|4||Lady Apache||February 17, 2001||Reina de Reinas||Veracruz, Veracruz||1||371||Apache defeated Alda Moreno, Miss Janeth and Tiffany in a four-way match in the tournament final.|||
|5||Esther Moreno||February 23, 2002||Reina de Reinas||Veracruz, Veracruz||2||70||Moreno defeated Lady Apache, Martha Villalobos and Miss Janeth in a four-way match in the tournament final.|||
|6||Martha Villalobos||May 4, 2002||Live event||Reynosa, Tamaulipas||1||295|||
|7||Tiffany||February 23, 2003||Reina de Reinas||N/A||1||343||Tiffany defeated Lady Apache in the tournament final.|||
|8||Lady Apache||February 1, 2004||Live event||Zapopan, Jalisco||2||385|||
|9||Tiffany||February 20, 2005||Reina de Reinas||Mexico City||2||363||Tiffany defeated Lady Apache in the tournament final.|||
|10||Miss Janeth||February 18, 2006||Reina de Reinas 2006||Orizaba, Veracruz||1||400||Janeth defeated Cynthia Moreno, La Diabólica and Martha Villalobos in a four-way elimination match in the tournament final.|||
|11||Tiffany||March 25, 2007||Reina de Reinas||Hidalgo||3||430||Tiffany defeated Cynthia Moreno, Faby Apache, Miss Janeth, Rossy Moreno and Sexy Star in a battle royal in the tournament final.|||
|12||Faby Apache||May 28, 2008||Reina de Reinas||Morelia, Michoacán||1||486||Apache defeated Ayako Hamada and Mari Apache in a three-way match in the tournament final.|||
|13||Sexy Star||September 26, 2009||Héroes Inmortales III||Monterrey, Nuevo León||1||322||This was a "Bull Terrier" match.|||
|14||Mari Apache||August 14, 2010||Verano de Escándalo (2010)||Orizaba, Veracruz||1||351||This was a six-person mixed tag team match. Aero Star and Faby Apache were Mari's partners, and competed for the AAA World Mixed Tag Team Championship; defending World Mixed Tag Team Champions Alex Koslov and Christina Von Eerie were Sexy Star's partners. As per stipulation, either Mari or her partners could win the championship they were competing for, but not all three; Mari pinned Sexy Star to win the match, thus becoming the new Reina de Reinas Champion, while Koslov and Von Eerie retained the World Mixed Tag Team Championship.|||
|15||Pimpinela Escarlata||July 31, 2011||Verano de Escándalo||Guadalajara, Jalisco||1||138||This was an eight-way elimination match, also involving Cynthia Moreno, Faby Apache, Jennifer Blake, Lolita, Mickie James, and Sexy Star. Escarlata, who was a surprise entrant into the match, became the first man to hold the championship; in kayfabe, his character was deemed a valid contender due to being a Exótico.|||
|16||Sexy Star||December 16, 2011||Guerra de Titanes||Puebla, Puebla||2||431||This was a lumberjack match.|||
|—||Vacated||February 19, 2013||—||—||—||—||Sexy Star vacated the championship due to her pregnancy.|||
|17||Faby Apache||March 17, 2013||Rey de Reyes||Monterrey, Nuevo León||2||518||Apache defeated LuFisto, Mari Apache and Taya in a four-way elimination match in the tournament final to win the vacant championship.|||
|18||Taya||August 17, 2014||Triplemanía XXII||Mexico City||1||945|||
|19||Ayako Hamada||March 19, 2017||Rey de Reyes||Monterrey, Nuevo León||1||33|||
|20||Taya||April 21, 2017||AAA Television Taping||Tijuana, Baja California||2||71||This was a no disqualification match.|||
|—||Vacated||July 1, 2017||—||—||—||—||Taya was stripped of the title by director of talent Vampiro. The actual reasons of the vacancy are debated; in kayfabe, Taya was stripped of the title for using an illegal chokehold during her match with Hamada, despite the fact that the match was no disqualification.|||
|21||Sexy Star||July 16, 2017||AAA Television Taping||Monterrey, Nuevo León||3||50||Star defeated Big Mami, Faby Apache, Goya Kong, La Hiedra and Lady Shani in a six-way match to win the vacant championship.|||
|—||Vacated||September 4, 2017||—||—||—||—||Sexy Star was stripped of the title after she legitimately injured Rosemary following a four-way match where she retained the championship at Triplemanía XXV, which was considered a violation of the promotion's rules; her victory in the championship match was overturned as a result of the incident.|||
|22||Lady Shani||October 1, 2017||Héroes Inmortales XI||San Luis Potosí, San Luis Potosí||1||117||Shani defeated Ayako Hamada to win the vacant championship.|||
|23||Faby Apache||January 26, 2018||Guerra de Titanes||Mexico City||3||310|
|24||Lady Shani||December 2, 2018||Guerra de Titanes||Aguascalientes, Aguascalientes||2||196||This was fatal four-way match, also involving La Hiedra and Scarlett Bordeaux.|||
|25||Keyra||June 16, 2019||Verano de Escándalo||Mérida, Yucatán||1||48||This was three-way match, also involving Chik Tormenta.|||
|—||Vacated||August 3, 2019||Triplemanía XXVII||Mexico City||—||—||Keyra vacated the championship due to an injury.|
|26||Tessa Blanchard||August 3, 2019||Triplemanía XXVII||Mexico City||1||43||This was Seven-woman Tables, Ladders, and Chairs match, also involving Ayako Hamada, Chik Tormenta, Faby Apache, La Hiedra, Lady Shani and Taya.|||
|27||Taya Valkyrie||September 15, 2019||Lucha Invades NY||New York City, U.S.||3||528||Taya Valkyrie was previously known as Taya.|||
|—||Vacated||February 24, 2021||—||—||—||—||Taya Valkyrie vacated the championship due to signing with WWE.|
|28||Faby Apache||May 1, 2021||Rey de Reyes||San Pedro Cholula, Puebla||4||105||Apache defeated Lady Shani, Lady Flammer, Chik Tormenta, Lady Maravilla, and Sexy Star II to win the vacant championship.|||
|29||Deonna Purrazzo||August 14, 2021||Triplemanía XXIX||Mexico City||1||252||This was a Champion vs. Champion match where Purrazzo's Impact Knockouts Championship was also on the line.|||
|30||Taya Valkyrie||April 23, 2022||Rebellion||Poughkeepsie, New York, U.S.||4||299+|||
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As of February 16, 2023.
|†||Indicates the current champions|
|1||Taya Valkyrie †||4||1,843+|
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