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The LWL Leading Lady Championship is a women's professional wrestling championship created and promoted by War Hawks Entertainment Inc. on the LWL brand. It is one of three women's singles championships for WHEI's roster. Alongside the WHEI Raw Women's Championship on the Raw brand and the WHEI SmackDown Women's Championship on the SmackDown brand. The current champion is Lita who is in her first reign.

The championship was created all the way back in season one to be the primary women's championship of the LWL brand. The title, much like the brand it represents, is meant to be an alternative to Raw and SmackDown. It looks different, the name is different, even the women who have held it are different.

While it has yet to main event LWL: Lethal Wrestling Legends it has changed brands once in its history. During the build up to the 2017 SummerSlam (which didn't happen) when Raw superstar Guardian won the title and took it to Raw with her. It stayed there until Season 3 started.

History Edit

The title was created all the way back in season one to compliment the original women's championship and the diva's championship. Going with her brand's schtick of being completely different from the other two, the female competitors on LWL weren't refered to as Divas. They have been refered to as leading ladies (as the championships name suggests).

The title has been the primary women's championship for LWL for all three seasons. Only having changed brands once in season two when Raw supererstar Guardian won the title from defending champion Sydney. The title has yet to main event the show it represents yet. However this could change in the future as Stephanie was the first to start putting more emphasis on her female competitors.

Championship belt design Edit

The title has had three different designs throughout all three seasons. With the current version being made to come closer in line with the other women's titles.

Season 1 Edit

When the title was first created, while it was meant to evoke a different feel from the divas title Steph still liked the way one of the presets looked. Thus the first design had heart shaped plates for both the center and side plates. The plates were gold with pink diamonds, with the centerplate having a heart with wings on the front. The centerplate also had the early LWL logo at the top, with Leading Lady in the middle above the heart, and Champion at the bottom under it. The sideplates had a fancy design on them while the strap was pink to make it different from the other two women's titles of the time.

Season 2 Edit

In season 2 the title's design remained almost exactly the same, with a few differences. The plates were now dark brown to make them look like chocolate because Steph liked the look. Other than that the title was the same except the strap was now more fitting for the championship.

Season 3 Edit

In season 3 the title got a complete overhaul like the other ones. The strap was now purple with pink highlights, while the centerplate was now similar to the WWE European/Original WWE Tag Team Championship. With the new LWL logo off to the side, with a relief of Alexa Bliss' logo front and center. Leading Lady is now at the top diagonal to each other, with Champion just under the logo.

While the title does have a nameplate, a side effect of the centerplate. However like the other two women's championships it now has the removable sideplates that can be replaced with the champion's logo instead.

Brand Designation Edit

Colors
Red Championship moved to the Raw brand
Blue Championship moved to the SmackDown brand
Green Championship moved to the LWL brand
Date Of Transition Notes
(Green) December 22, 2015 Created for the LWL brand to be the main women's championship
(Red) July 18, 2017 Guardian defeated Sydney to win the championship on an episode of Raw and brought it to Raw with her.

Reigns Edit

No. Wrestler Reign Date Event Notes
1 Cameron 1 December 22, 2015 Season One Draft Awarded the title upon its creation and being drafted to LWL
2 Alicia Fox 1 January 3, 2016 Rain Of Blood (2016) Defeated Cameron in a Submission Match
3 Sydney (WGP) 1 February 27, 2016 Playhouse (2016) Defeated Alicia Fox in a Submission Match

Final champion of season 1, headed into season 2.

4 Guardian 1 July 18, 2017 Monday Night Raw Defeated Sydney on Raw to win the championship and bring it to Raw
5 Ember Moon 1 April 10, 2018 Season 3 Premire Awarded the championship after it was brought back to LWL in Season 3.
6 Sydney (WGP) 2 August 29, 2018 LWL: Lethal Wrestling Legends Defeated Ember Moon in a Triple Threat Ladder Match also involving Natalya
7 Lita 1 October 23, 2018 Hog Wild (2018) Defeated Sydney to win the title.

External Links Edit

List Of Current Championships In WHEI
Universal Championship | Intercontinental Championship | Raw Tag Team Championship | Raw Women's Championship | WWE Championship | United States Championship | SmackDown Tag Team Championship | SmackDown Women's Championship | Hardcore Championship | Cruiswerweight Championship | Cruiserweight Television Championship | Cruiserweight Tag Team Championship | LWL World Heavyweight Championship | LWL Zodiac Championship | LWL World Tag Team Championship | LWL Leading Lady Championship | LWL Global Internet Championship | Women's Tag Team Championship | United Kingdom Championship | UK Television Championship | UK Tag Team Championship | UK Women's Championship
List Of All Championships In WHEI History
World Heavyweight Championship | World Tag Team Championship | WHEI WWE Tag Team Championship | Women's Championship | WHEI Diva's Championship | Women's Tag Team Championship | Universal Championship | Intercontinental Championship | Raw Tag Team Championship | Raw Women's Championship | WWE Championship | United States Championship | SmackDown Tag Team Championship | SmackDown Women's Championship | Hardcore Championship | Cruiswerweight Championship | Cruiserweight Television Championship | Cruiserweight Tag Team Championship | LWL World Heavyweight Championship | LWL Zodiac Championship | LWL World Tag Team Championship | LWL Leading Lady Championship | LWL Global Internet Championship | United Kingdom Championship | UK Television Championship | UK Tag Team Championship | UK Women's Championship