Mexican National Women's Tag Team Championship

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Current Champions

The last recorded champions were La Rosa and Sirenita, but there's no sign of the belts in recent times.

History of Championship

The Mexican National Women's Tag Team Championship was mainly defended in small arenas. It was disputed for the first time in Arena Xochimilco in 1990. The championship was defended around Mexico City and Mexico State by several years until went defunct in 1997. CMLL announced they took over control of the titles on March 4, 2020. A tournament was announced in order to crown the new champions.

Champions Listing

# Champion(s) Defeated Date Location
Finals of tournament to crown the first champions
1 Irma Aguilar & Irma Gonzalez Neftali & Satanakia 1990.08.10 Arena Xochimilco - Mexico City
1 India Sioux 0 & La Marquesa 1990.10.15 Arena San Mateo - San Mateo Atenco, Mexico State
2 Martha Villalobos & Pantera Surena Irma Aguilar & Irma Gonzalez 1991.12.20 Arena Altavilla - Mexico City
1 Lady Apache & Xochitl Hamada 1992.05.24 San Lorenzo
3 Vicky Carranza & Briosa Martha Villalobos & Pantera Surena 1994.02.19 Arena Xochimilco - Mexico City
Championship vacated when team splitted off
Decision Match to crown the new champions
4 Neftali & Briosa Vicky Carranza & La Medusa 1994.04.06 Arena Apatlaco - Mexico City [1]
5 La Rosa & La Sirenita Neftali & La Broisa 1996.01.19 Arena Xochimilco - Mexico City
Championship defunct in 1997; CMLL officially vacated the titles on March 4, 2020
 
 
title change
successful title defense
championship matches which were announced, but results were not found

Sources:

  1. Wrestling Observer Newsletter, May 9, 1994

Gallery of Champions

Irma Aguilar & Irma Gonzalez, 1st Champions
La Rosa & La Sirenita, 5th Champions


Sources


Mexican National Championships
Men's: Light (Electrico) • Welter (Soberano Jr.)
Light Heavy (Bárbaro Cavernario) • Heavy (El Terrible)
Trios (Nuevo Generacion Dinamitas) • Tag (Atlantis Jr. & Flyer)
Women's: Singles (La Metálica) • Women's Tag
Defunct: MiniFeatherMiddleCruiserAtomicos