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World of Stardom Championship
World of Stardom Championship.png
The current design of the title (2020 – present)
Details
PromotionWorld Wonder Ring Stardom
Date establishedJune 26, 2011[2]
Current champion(s)Syuri
Date wonDecember 29, 2021[1]

The World of Stardom Championship (ワールド・オブ・スターダム王座, Wārudo Obu Sutādamu Ōza) is a women's world professional wrestling championship owned by the World Wonder Ring Stardom promotion. The title, which is situated at the top of Stardom's championship hierarchy, was introduced on June 26, 2011, and the inaugural champion was crowned on July 24, 2011, when Nanae Takahashi defeated Yoko Bito in the finals of a four-woman tournament.[2]

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Women's professional wrestling

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World Wonder Ring Stardom

World Wonder Ring Stardom

World Wonder Ring Stardom, often referred to simply as Stardom, is a Japanese joshi puroresu or women's professional wrestling promotion based in Tokyo, Japan. Stardom was founded in September 2010 by former All Japan Women co-producer Rossy Ogawa, retired professional wrestler and mixed martial artist Fuka Kakimoto, and All Japan Women veteran professional wrestler Nanae Takahashi. Stardom is currently owned by Japanese card game company Bushiroad, making it the sister promotion of New Japan Pro-Wrestling (NJPW).

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Nanae Takahashi

Nanae Takahashi

Nanae Takahashi is a Japanese professional wrestler and the founder of Seadlinnng. She has wrestled for prominent Japanese promotions All Japan Women's Pro-Wrestling and Pro Wrestling Sun, and is a two-time women's world champion in major professional wrestling promotions.

Yoko Bito

Yoko Bito

Yoko Arai is a Japanese retired professional wrestler better known by the ring name Yoko Bito . Bito initially made her in-ring debut in December 2010 for World Wonder Ring Stardom and quickly became one of the most popular wrestlers in the promotion, until announcing her retirement from in-ring competition in November 2012. Bito came out of retirement and returned to Stardom in April 2016, and returned to the ring in June of that year, before retiring again in December 2017.

History

Io Shirai with the previous design of the title (2011–2020)
Io Shirai with the previous design of the title (2011–2020)

The title is often referred to simply as the "Red Belt", a name famously used by All Japan Women's Pro-Wrestling (AJW) to refer to its WWWA World Single Championship (of which Takahashi had been the last titleholder back in 2006).[2][7][8] The title belt was crafted by American company Top Rope Belts,[9] with a conscious decision to imitate the AJW title belt in terms of its color, with Stardom president Rossy Ogawa referring to the promotion's heyday as the "Golden Age of Joshi Puroresu".[10] The title has also been defended in Mexico and France.[11][12][13]

Like most professional wrestling championships, the title is won as a result of a scripted match. There have been a total of fourteen reigns shared among twelve different wrestlers and one vacancy. Syuri is the current champion in her first reign.

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Io Shirai

Io Shirai

Masami Odate is a Japanese professional wrestler currently signed to WWE, where she performs on the Raw brand under the ring name Iyo Sky. She is a member of Damage CTRL and one-half of the current WWE Women's Tag Team Champions with fellow stablemate Dakota Kai in their second reign. She previously wrestled in WWE's developmental brand NXT under the ring name Io Shirai , where she was a former NXT Women's Champion and NXT Women's Tag Team Champion.

All Japan Women's Pro-Wrestling

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WWWA World Single Championship

WWWA World Single Championship

The WWWA World Single Championship was the top singles women's professional wrestling championship in All Japan Women's Pro-Wrestling (AJW) from 1970 until it closed in 2005. It was also known in Pro Wrestling Illustrated and other London Publishing wrestling magazines as the All-Japan Women's International Championship. The title was descended from the original Women's World Championship, which Mildred Burke won in 1937.

United States

United States

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Mexico

Mexico

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France

France

France, officially the French Republic, is a transcontinental country predominantly located in Western Europe and spanning overseas regions and territories in the Americas and the Atlantic, Pacific and Indian Oceans. Its metropolitan area extends from the Rhine to the Atlantic Ocean and from the Mediterranean Sea to the English Channel and the North Sea; overseas territories include French Guiana in South America, Saint Pierre and Miquelon in the North Atlantic, the French West Indies, and many islands in Oceania and the Indian Ocean. Due to its several coastal territories, France has the largest exclusive economic zone in the world. France borders Belgium, Luxembourg, Germany, Switzerland, Monaco, Italy, Andorra, and Spain in continental Europe, as well as the Netherlands, Suriname, and Brazil in the Americas via its overseas territories in French Guiana and Saint Martin. Its eighteen integral regions span a combined area of 643,801 km2 (248,573 sq mi) and contain close to 68 million people. France is a unitary semi-presidential republic with its capital in Paris, the country's largest city and main cultural and commercial centre; other major urban areas include Marseille, Lyon, Toulouse, Lille, Bordeaux, and Nice.

Syuri

Syuri

Syuri Kondo is a Japanese professional wrestler, shoot boxer, kickboxer and mixed martial artist, better known simply as Syuri . Syuri formerly competed in Ultimate Fighting Championship. Syuri is currently working for World Wonder Ring Stardom, where she is the current World of Stardom Champion. She is a former SWA World Champion and formerly was one-half of the Goddesses of Stardom Champions with Giulia.

Title history

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 Nanae Takahashi July 24, 2011 Stardom × Stardom 2011 Tokyo, Japan 1 602 7[14] Takahashi defeated Yoko Bito in the finals of a four-woman tournament to become the inaugural champion. [2][15]
2 Alpha Female March 17, 2013 Stardom the Highest 2013 Tokyo, Japan 1 43 0[16] [14][17]
3 Io Shirai April 29, 2013 Ryōgoku Cinderella Tokyo, Japan 1 468 10[18] [16][19][20]
4 Yoshiko August 10, 2014 Stardom × Stardom 2014 Tokyo, Japan 1 199 3[21][Note 1] [18][22]
Vacated February 25, 2015 Tokyo, Japan Yoshiko was stripped of the championship and suspended indefinitely for legitimately beating and injuring Act Yasukawa in a title defense on February 22. [23][24][25]
5 Kairi Hojo March 29, 2015 Stardom the Highest 2015 Tokyo, Japan 1 119 3[26] Hojo defeated Io Shirai in the finals of a four-woman tournament to win the vacant championship. [27][28]
6 Meiko Satomura July 26, 2015 Stardom × Stardom 2015: Manatsu no Saiten Tokyo, Japan 1 150 1[29] [26][30][31][32]
7 Io Shirai December 23, 2015 Stardom Yearend Climax 2015: Nenkan Saishū Kessen Tokyo, Japan 2 546 14[33] [29][34]
8 Mayu Iwatani June 21, 2017 Galaxy Stars 2017 Tokyo, Japan 1 95 2[35] [33][36][37]
9 Toni Storm September 24, 2017 5☆Star GP 2017 × Champions in Nagoya Nagoya, Japan 1 258 3[38] This title change was unplanned as Mayu Iwatani legitimately dislocated her elbow, prompting the referee to stop the match and award the championship to Storm. [35][39][40]
10 Kagetsu June 9, 2018 Stardom Shining Stars 2018 Yokohama, Japan 1 329 8[41] [38][42]
11 Bea Priestley May 4, 2019 Golden Week Stars 2019 Queen's Quest Produce Tokyo, Japan 1 184 5[43] [41][44]
12 Mayu Iwatani November 4, 2019 Best Of Goddess 2019 Tokyo, Japan 2 377 5[1] [43]
13 Utami Hayashishita November 15, 2020 Sendai Cinderella Sendai, Japan 1 409 9[45] [1]
14 Syuri December 29, 2021 Stardom Dream Queendom Tokyo, Japan 1 331+ 10 This was a Winner Takes All match in which Syuri's SWA World Championship was also on the line. [46]

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Nanae Takahashi

Nanae Takahashi

Nanae Takahashi is a Japanese professional wrestler and the founder of Seadlinnng. She has wrestled for prominent Japanese promotions All Japan Women's Pro-Wrestling and Pro Wrestling Sun, and is a two-time women's world champion in major professional wrestling promotions.

Tokyo

Tokyo

Tokyo, officially the Tokyo Metropolis, is the capital and largest city of Japan. Formerly known as Edo, its metropolitan area is the most populous in the world, with an estimated 37.468 million residents as of 2018; the city proper has a population of 13.99 million people. Located at the head of Tokyo Bay, the prefecture forms part of the Kantō region on the central coast of Honshu, Japan's largest island. Tokyo serves as Japan's economic center and is the seat of both the Japanese government and the Emperor of Japan.

Japan

Japan

Japan is an island country in East Asia. It is situated in the northwest Pacific Ocean, and is bordered on the west by the Sea of Japan, while extending from the Sea of Okhotsk in the north toward the East China Sea, Philippine Sea, and Taiwan in the south. Japan is a part of the Ring of Fire, and spans an archipelago of 6852 islands covering 377,975 square kilometers (145,937 sq mi); the five main islands are Hokkaido, Honshu, Shikoku, Kyushu, and Okinawa. Tokyo is the nation's capital and largest city, followed by Yokohama, Osaka, Nagoya, Sapporo, Fukuoka, Kobe, and Kyoto.

Yoko Bito

Yoko Bito

Yoko Arai is a Japanese retired professional wrestler better known by the ring name Yoko Bito . Bito initially made her in-ring debut in December 2010 for World Wonder Ring Stardom and quickly became one of the most popular wrestlers in the promotion, until announcing her retirement from in-ring competition in November 2012. Bito came out of retirement and returned to Stardom in April 2016, and returned to the ring in June of that year, before retiring again in December 2017.

Alpha Female

Alpha Female

Marie Kristin Gabert is a German professional wrestler and former professional powerlifter, strongwoman, bodybuilder, and mixed martial artist under the names Alpha Female and Jazzy Gabert. She is best known on the independent scene, where she has wrestled for World Wonder Ring Stardom and Impact Wrestling (TNA).

Io Shirai

Io Shirai

Masami Odate is a Japanese professional wrestler currently signed to WWE, where she performs on the Raw brand under the ring name Iyo Sky. She is a member of Damage CTRL and one-half of the current WWE Women's Tag Team Champions with fellow stablemate Dakota Kai in their second reign. She previously wrestled in WWE's developmental brand NXT under the ring name Io Shirai , where she was a former NXT Women's Champion and NXT Women's Tag Team Champion.

Yoshiko (wrestler)

Yoshiko (wrestler)

Yoshiko Hirano , known mononymously as Yoshiko , is a Japanese professional wrestler. She is currently working for Seadlinnng.

Act Yasukawa

Act Yasukawa

Yuka Yasukawa , better known by the ring name Act Yasukawa , is a Japanese retired professional wrestler.

Kairi Sane

Kairi Sane

Kaori Housako is a Japanese professional wrestler and actress currently working for New Japan Pro-Wrestling (NJPW) and World Wonder Ring Stardom under the ring name Kairi. Housako is also known for her work with WWE as Kairi Sane . She is the current and inaugural IWGP Women's Champion.

Combined reigns

As of November 25, 2022.

Current champion Syuri
Current champion Syuri
Record tying two-time champion Mayu Iwatani, wearing the old design of the title, as well as the Wonder of Stardom Championship (right).
Record tying two-time champion Mayu Iwatani, wearing the old design of the title, as well as the Wonder of Stardom Championship (right).
Indicates the current champion
Rank Wrestler No. of
reigns
Combined
defenses
Combined
days
1 Io Shirai 2 24 1,014
2 Nanae Takahashi 1 7 602
3 Mayu Iwatani 2 7 472
4 Utami Hayashishita 1 9 409
5 Syuri 1 10 331+
6 Kagetsu 1 8 329
7 Toni Storm 1 3 258
8 Yoshiko 1 3 199
9 Bea Priestley 1 5 184
10 Meiko Satomura 1 1 150
11 Kairi Hojo 1 3 119
12 Alpha Female 1 0 43

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Syuri

Syuri

Syuri Kondo is a Japanese professional wrestler, shoot boxer, kickboxer and mixed martial artist, better known simply as Syuri . Syuri formerly competed in Ultimate Fighting Championship. Syuri is currently working for World Wonder Ring Stardom, where she is the current World of Stardom Champion. She is a former SWA World Champion and formerly was one-half of the Goddesses of Stardom Champions with Giulia.

Mayu Iwatani

Mayu Iwatani

Mayu Iwatani is a Japanese professional wrestler currently signed to World Wonder Ring Stardom. Since making her debut in January 2011, she became a two-time World of Stardom Champion, two-time Wonder of Stardom Champion, one-time High Speed Champion, one-time SWA World Champion, two-time Goddess of Stardom Champion, and a five-time Artist of Stardom Champion, while also having won the Cinderella Tournament back to back in 2015 and 2016, and the 2018 5*Grand Prix. She also made appearances for Stardom's American partner Ring of Honor (ROH), where she is a former one-time Women of Honor World Champion. Dave Meltzer of the Wrestling Observer Newsletter has called Iwatani and fellow Japanese workers Io Shirai and Kairi Hojo "three of the best wrestlers in the world".

Wonder of Stardom Championship

Wonder of Stardom Championship

The Wonder of Stardom Championship is a women's professional wrestling championship owned by the World Wonder Ring Stardom promotion. The title, which in Stardom's championship hierarchy is situated as the secondary title behind the World of Stardom Championship, was introduced on June 26, 2011, and the inaugural champion was crowned on July 24, 2011, when Yuzuki Aikawa defeated Yoshiko in a decision match.

Io Shirai

Io Shirai

Masami Odate is a Japanese professional wrestler currently signed to WWE, where she performs on the Raw brand under the ring name Iyo Sky. She is a member of Damage CTRL and one-half of the current WWE Women's Tag Team Champions with fellow stablemate Dakota Kai in their second reign. She previously wrestled in WWE's developmental brand NXT under the ring name Io Shirai , where she was a former NXT Women's Champion and NXT Women's Tag Team Champion.

Nanae Takahashi

Nanae Takahashi

Nanae Takahashi is a Japanese professional wrestler and the founder of Seadlinnng. She has wrestled for prominent Japanese promotions All Japan Women's Pro-Wrestling and Pro Wrestling Sun, and is a two-time women's world champion in major professional wrestling promotions.

Utami Hayashishita

Utami Hayashishita

Utami Hayashishita is a Japanese professional wrestler currently signed to World Wonder Ring Stardom promotion, Since making her debut on August 12, 2018, she became a one-time World of Stardom Champion, two-time Goddesses of Stardom Champion, one-time Artist of Stardom Champion, one-time Future of Stardom Champion and one-time SWA Undisputed World Women's Champion, while also having won the Goddesses of Stardom Tag League in 2018 and the Trios Tag Team Tournament in 2019. Hayashishita is also a former one-time Pro-Wrestling: EVE International Champion.

Kagetsu

Kagetsu

Yu Ishino , better known by his ring name Kagetsu (花月), is a Japanese retired professional wrestler. He is best known for his time in Stardom, JWP, Sendai Girls and various independent promotions.

Toni Storm

Toni Storm

Toni Rossall, better known by the ring name Toni Storm, is a New Zealand-Australian professional wrestler. She is currently signed to AEW, where she is a former AEW Women's World Champion. She previously worked for WWE, where she was a former NXT UK Women's Champion.

Yoshiko (wrestler)

Yoshiko (wrestler)

Yoshiko Hirano , known mononymously as Yoshiko , is a Japanese professional wrestler. She is currently working for Seadlinnng.

Meiko Satomura

Meiko Satomura

Meiko Satomura is a Japanese professional wrestler. She is currently signed to the American promotion WWE performing on the NXT brand and the Japanese promotion Sendai Girls' Pro Wrestling. She was a one-time NXT UK Women's Champion.

Alpha Female

Alpha Female

Marie Kristin Gabert is a German professional wrestler and former professional powerlifter, strongwoman, bodybuilder, and mixed martial artist under the names Alpha Female and Jazzy Gabert. She is best known on the independent scene, where she has wrestled for World Wonder Ring Stardom and Impact Wrestling (TNA).

Source: "World of Stardom Championship", Wikipedia, Wikimedia Foundation, (2022, November 25th), https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/World_of_Stardom_Championship.

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Footnotes
  1. ^ Following Yoshiko's suspension the result of her third successful title defense was retroactively changed to a no contest.
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