The WVGCW Championship (Formerly known as the Gurl Gamer Championship) is the third belt spanning all VGCW shows, and is the main belt of WVGCW, formerly the VGCW: Female Division.
After many requests from members of the audience, VGCW's manager at the time Bazza decided to start a female division since men and women are unable to fight each other in WWE '13. The first matches were held on 2012-12-15 as pre-show to the male matches, with a full show spinning off when BRYN took over the duties of production.
The WVGCW Championship is the main championship for the Women's side of the VGCW universe similar to the VGCW Championship for the male side.
WVGCW Championship Title HistoryEdit
|1||The Boss||December 15th, 2012||2||22|
|2||Princess Zelda / Sheik||January 6th, 2013||0||7||
|3||Carmen Sandiego||January 13th, 2013||0||19||
|-||Vacant||February 1st, 2013||-||-||
|4||Cammy||February 1st, 2013||0||70||
|5||Poison||April 12th, 2013||1||68|
|6||Carmen Sandiego (2)||June 20th, 2013||0||33||
|7||Ivy Valentine||July 23rd, 2013||0||42||
|8||Lightning||September 3rd, 2013||0||31||
|-||Vacant||October 4th, 2013||-||-||
|9||Terra Branford||October 4th, 2013||0||26||
|-||Vacant||October 30th, 2013||-||-||
|10||Terra Branford (2)||December 5th, 2013||0||61||
|11||Ayla||February 4th, 2014||2||150|
|12||Chell||July 4th, 2014||0||183||
|13||Cate Archer||January 2nd, 2015||0||169||
|14||Jade||June 19th, 2015||0||40||
|15||Cate Archer (2)||July 28th, 2015||0||123||
|16||Chie Satonaka||November 27th, 2015||1||76+||
The first Gurl Gamer Champion that was given the belt on default.
The Boss went on to retain her title against Princess Peach on the 2012-12-15 show. On the first day of 2013, she retained her title against Cammy in a controversial match in which Cammy won by Count out, however The Boss retained her title through Champions Advantage. This caused many fans to believe that The Boss was a Paper Champion and added some emotion to the VGCW Diva's Division.
There was a theory among the VGCW universe that Carmen had stolen the belt after her victory against Sheik. In fact, there hadn't been one VGCW Diva's contenders match for the title since her victory over Sheik. Some even believed that the belt was gone forever.
Cammy still had her sights on the title after losing her title chance from The Boss weeks ago. She finally won the title by winning a six woman hell in a cell match on 2013-02-01. Due to the division's hiatus throughout The Great Tournament, Cammy was able to maintain the title for 70 days without defending it once.
Poison won a 4-woman battle royale match to become #1 contender for Cammy's title on 2013-04-06. Despite many (including Cammy) being against Poison competing in the woman's division, she was able to pin Cammy to become the new Gurl Gamer Champion. A tournament was held to determine a #1 Contender to her title, a tournament won by newcomer Princess Daisy. Poison would manage to defeat Daisy however, becoming only the second wrestler in WVGCW to defend her title successfully.
Carmen Sandiego (2)Edit
Following her reemergence on June 6th, Carmen Sandiego was granted a Champion Vs. Champion Match for the Gurl Gamer Championship by the GM in order to claim back the original belt she had stolen. Carmen would manage to pin Poison and
steal the new belt become the first wrestler to hold the Gurl Gamer Championship twice.
Ivy Valentine won a 6-woman battle royale and a singles match to become the #1 Contender for Carmen's title on July 17th. Pulling off what many considered an upset, Ivy would end Carmen's undefeated streak and become the Gurl Gamer Champion. She would show that she was a force to be reckoned with by defeating fan-favourite Terra Branford in a Non-Title Last Woman Standing Match on September 3rd.
Lightning would manage to claim the very first Ms. Money in the Bank contract on June 6th. After being forced to cash-in by Carmen in order to remain undercover, she would manage to successfully cash-in her contract to defeat Ivy Valentine, who, after beating Terra Branford, was assaulted by the Damsels of Distress, and become the new Gurl Gamer Champion.
On October 4th however, she selflessly vacated her Reign as champion, technically making her the only Gurl Gamer Champion to remain undefeated throughout her reign.
On October 4th, Ivy Valentine demanded her title back from Lightning. However, Terra Branford intervened and stated that Ivy should have to fight to claim the Gurl Gamer Championship, and asked that she fight her. Lightning agreed, and a title match was granted. Terra, not holding anything back, transformed into her Esper Mode and defeated Ivy, taking her place as the final Gurl Gamer Champion of Season 2. However, she used The Glitch Bomb to defeat Ivy, and with it being public knowledge...
On the debut episode of Season 3, the new Head Saint in Charge, The Saint, stripped Terra of the title due to her using the banned Glitch Bomb and her Esper form. However, The GM then offered a resolution...
Terra Branford (2)Edit
Right after vacating the title, The Saint gave both Terra and Ivy a chance of becoming the Gurl Gamer Champion by declaring a rematch in a Tables, Ladders, & Chairs Match to declare the True Champion. On December 5th, Terra would show her tenacity as she managed to climb the ladder and grab the belt in under five minutes, becoming the second wrestler in the Female Division to win the Championship twice.
Ayla earned an opportunity to win the title on January 11 by beating Chell and Tifa Lockhart in a Triple Threat Match. She would later face Terra, surprisingly, at VGCW's End Game 6 in a Best 2/3 Falls Match. Ayla won 2-0 and became Gurl Gamer Champion. At Breakdown 2/3, Ayla defended her title against Bayonetta in another Best 2/3 Falls Match, winning 2-1. She would defend the title for a second time on May 30th against former champion Ivy Valentine, shortly after Ivy had been attacked backstage by Chell.
Ayla herself named Chell the #1 Contender following Ivy getting booed out of the show altogether. Their match would be a 20 minute Iron Woman Match scheduled to happen at Breakdown 4. Chell hit hard and fast, and managed to finish with a final score of 7-4. This victory combined with her retention of the Co-Op belt made her WVGCW's first holder of two titles at once.
After spending most of Season 5 boasting about how she will be the next champ, and then backing up that boasting with an impressive win streak, Cate was granted a 1v1 match with Tifa Lockheart for the #1 Contendership. Cate was able to beat Tifa, locking her in for a match with Chell at Breakdown F.I.V.E.. Chell was weaken from her failed defense of the Co-Op belt earlier in the night and fell to Cate's offense.
Jade started off Season 06 by calling out Cate on all over her boasting, an act that would set the two up in a feud that would only end with a title match. Jade was granted that match after a hard fought win over Lucina, followed by a victory over Lightning with the contendership at stake. Jade would fight Cate on 2015-06-19. Cate game was off that night; Jade managed to claim the belt and end Cate's 14 month win streak.
Cate Archer (2) Edit
Cate came back after her defeat to announce to Jade and the VGCW Universe at large that she had U.N.I.T.Y. agents sneak a "rematch clause" into her contract allowing her to fight Jade for the belt again. This was quite upsetting to many fans, and management was quick to remove this part of the contract. But the match was still on for Breakdown 06. Cate managed to pin Jade, and Rydia did not make good on her threat to cash in her Money in the Bank briefcase.
Chie Satonaka Edit
By virtue of winning the inaugural WVGCW Royal Rumble at Breakdown 06, Chie found herself as the #1 contender against Cate though she would also end up facing competition in the form of Jill Valentine who courtesy of newly appointed GM Lightning earned a spot in the title match after beating Cate on 2015-10-02 to make the contest a Triple Threat. Despite being the underdog heading into the match, Chie found an opening after double-teaming Jill and then before Cate could capitalize, hit her with a catapult Galactic Punt while Jill was down for the 3-count and the title.