Lioness Pro Grand Championship
Current champion(s) May
Date Won April 25, 2015
League Lioness Pro (formerly Battle-X)
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Introduced 2015
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Most reigns May (1)
First Champion May
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Other Name(s) Battle-X Women's Grand Championship
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The Lioness Pro Grand Championship (formerly the BATTLE-X Women's Grand Championship) is a title contested under the Lioness Pro promotion. Formerly belonging to Battle-X, the title was moved and renamed when the female roster migrated to Lioness Pro.

Earning a title shot

The rules in which a wrestler is allowed to contend for the Lioness Pro Grand Championship are different from most CAW Leagues and are more similar to the title contenderships for the Chikara Grand Championship. In order for one to contend for the title, they must accumulate three points. Each singles match win or fall counts as a single points. When a wrestler accumulates at least three points, they are allowed to challenge for the titles. If one loses a match before cashing in, they will lose all their points and have to start from scratch, regardless of how many points they had at the time. Points are also universal and can be achieved by wrestlers outside of Lioness Pro. These laws are also followed with the Battle-X Grand Championship.


# Wrestler Reign Date Days
Location Event Successful defenses Notes
1 May 1 April 25, 2015 1057+ New York, New York Battle-X GoldenEye 0 May defeated Asuna Yuuki in a Best 2 Out Of 3 Falls Anything Goes match to be crowned the inaugural champion. The title was renamed and moved to Lioness Pro following this along with the entire female roster.