AEW Title History

 

AEW World Championship

No. Champion Date Event Location Notes
1 Chris Jericho August 31, 2019 All Out Hoffman Estates, Illinois Chris Jericho defeated Adam Page to become the first ever AEW Champion. Adam Page earned his way into the match by winning the Casino Battle Royale at Double or Nothing. While Chris Jericho earned his spot by defeating Kenny Omega at Double or Nothing.
2 Jon Moxley February 29th, 2020 Revolution Chicago, Illinois

AEW Women’s World Championship

No. Champion Date Event Location Notes
1 Riho October 2, 2019 AEW Dynamite #1 Washington, DC Riho defeated Nyla Rose to become the first ever AEW Women’s Champion. Nyla Rose was the winner of the Casino Battle Royale at All Out. While Riho defeated Hikaru Shida at All Out to earn her place in this match.
2 Nyla Rose February 12, 2020 AEW Dynamite #19 Cedar Park, TX

 

AEW World Tag Team Championship

No. Champion Date Event Location Notes
1 SCU (Frankie Kazarian & Scorpio Sky) October 30, 2019 AEW Dynamite #5 Charleston, West Virginia SCU defeated Lucha Bros in the finals of the AEW World Tag Team Championship Tournament.
2 Adam Page & Kenny Omega January 22, 2020 AEW Dynamite #16 Nassau, Bahamas AEW’s first ever title change.

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AEW Men’s Casino Battle Royale

No. Champion Date Event Location Notes
1 Adam Page May 25, 2019 AEW Double or Nothing Las Vegas, NV The winner of this match would face the winner of the Chris Jericho vs. Kenny Omega main event to determine the inaugural AEW World Champion at All Out.

AEW Women’s Casino Battle Royale

No. Champion Date Event Location Notes
1 Nyla Rose August 31, 2019 AEW All Out Hoffman Estates, IL The winner of this match the winner would receive a match against either Riho¬†or¬†Hikaru Shida for the inaugural AEW Women’s World Championship.

 

 

AEW Dynamite Dozen

No. Champion Date Event Location Notes
1 MJF November 27, 2019 AEW Dynamite #9 Hoffman Estates, IL On Dynamite #8 there was a 12-man battle royale where the two winners would move on to face each other for a special prize. MJF and Adam Page were the winners of that match. MJF then defeated Adam Page to win the AEW Dynamite Diamond Ring which was valued over $45,000.