Ever since Hikaru Shida captured the AEW Women’s World Championship, she has been a really impressive and fighting champion and she has even beaten all of the challengers put in front of her. As of this writing, Hikaru Shida has been the AEW Women’s World Champion for 279 days and counting and she seems to be getting better day by day.
Shida’s days of becoming AEW Women’s World Champion has seemingly surpassed the World Title reigns of all the other World Champions in AEW history. Riho, who has the first-ever AEW Women’s World Champion became the champion for 133 days, while Nyla Rose was the champion for 101 days. Chris Jericho, AEW’s first-ever World Champion, became the champion for 182 days, and Moxley, who had the longest reign in AEW history, was the champion for 277 days.
These are two different championships from two different divisions, but Hikaru’s reign as AEW Women’s World Champion is still impressive nonetheless. Shida will have a chance to add to her already record breaking title reign as she defends her AEW Women’s Title at the Revolution PPV, while Kenny Omega or Jon Moxley can add to their title reigns as well.