Ever since Hikaru Shida step foot in AEW, she has been making a name for herself and she has even won more matches than any other female in the company’s Women’s Division. Hikaru has also been one of the most, if not the most dominant star in the entire Women’s Division, which she proved when she won the AEW Women’s World Title by beating Nyla Rose in a No DQ Match at last year’s Double or Nothing Event.
As of this writing, Shida has been the AEW Women’s World Champion for 362+ days, which is the massive milestone Shida recently reached as this makes her the longest-reigning AEW Women’s World Champion in company history so far.
Riho was the inaugural AEW Women’s World Champion when she won the title in October 2019 and she held the title for 133 days before losing it to Nyla Rose, who held the title for 101 days.
Hikaru Shida is set to defend her AEW Women’s World Championship against Britt Baker at the Double or Nothing PPV Event on Sunday, May 30th from Daily’s Place in Jacksonville, Florida.