Here is the History of the WWF Women's Title.   Any Corrections can be mailed to

Champion Date Location Notes
Slave Girl Moolah 09/18/56 Baltimore, MD Moolah defeats Judy Grable in the finals of a tournament to crown the first women's champion. This title actually pre-dates the WWWF but became a WWWF Title in 1963 when NWA Northeast withdraws from the NWA and becomes the WWWF.  Sometime during the course of this title reign Moolah changes her name from Slave Girl Moolah to The Fabulous Moolah.
Betty Boucher 09/17/66 Seattle, WA  
The Fabulous Moolah (2) ??/??/66 Unknown  
Yukiko Tomoe 03/10/68 Osaka, Japan  
The Fabulous Moolah (3) 04/01/68 Hamamatsu, Japan  
Chiyo Obata ??/??/76 Japan  
Fabulous Moolah (4) ??/??/76 Japan  
Evelyn Stevens 10/08/78 Dallas, TX  
The Fabulous Moolah (5) 10/10/78 Fort Worth, TX The WWF withdraws from NWA in 1983 and buys the right of the Women's World Titles from Moolah.   Moolah continues to be recognized as WWF Women's World champion.
Wendi Richter 07/23/84 New York, NY  
Leilani Kai 02/18/85 New York, NY  
Wendi Richter (2) 03/31/85 New York, NY  
The Fabulous Moolah (6) 11/25/85 New York, NY Moolah wins the title as the masked Spider Lady and removes the mask following her victory.
Velvet McIntyre 07/03/86 Brisbane, Australia  
The Fabulous Moolah (7) 07/09/86 Sydney, Australia  
Sherri Martel 07/24/87 Houston, TX  
Rockin' Robin 10/07/88 Paris, France The title was deactivated in 1990.
Alundra Blayze 12/13/93 Poughkeepsie, NY Defeated Heidi Lee Morgan in the finals of a tournament to reactivate the Women's Title. Alundra Blayze is also known as Medusa Micelli.
Bull Nakano 11/27/94 Tokyo, Japan  
Alundra Blayze (2) 04/03/95 Poughkeepsie, NY  
Bertha Faye 08/27/95 Pittsburgh, PA  
Alundra Blayze (3) 10/23/95 Brandon, MB Blayze was fired by the WWF on 12/13/95.  The title was deactivated.
Jacqueline 09/15/98 Sacramento, CA Defeats Sable to win the revived title.
Sable 11/15/98 St. Louis, MO  
Debra McMichael 05/10/99 Jacksonville, FL Nicole Bass was substituting for Sable and defeated McMichael in an evening gown match.  WWF Commissioner Shawn Michaels reversed the decision saying he felt that the woman that lost her gown should be the winner and awarded the title to McMichael.
Ivory 06/08/99 Worcester, MA Ivory was also known as Tina Ferarri in the GLOW promotion during the mid 80's
The Fabulous Moolah (8) 10/17/99 Cleveland, OH  
Ivory (2) 10/25/99 Providence, RI Moolah initially came out to the ring to retire and vacate the championship, but Ivory demanded a rematch and pinned Moolah to win the championship.
Miss Kitty 12/12/99 Ft. Lauderdale, FL Defeated Ivory, BB & Jacqueline in a four corners evening gown match.
Harvina 01/31/00 Pittsburgh, PA After the match reveals himself to be Harvey Whippleman
Jacqueline (2) 02/01/00 Detroit, MI  
Stephanie McMahon-Helmsley 03/28/00 San Antonio, TX