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Camille surpasses 600 days as the NWA Women’s World Champion

Camille describes herself as a hero for once, and for good reason. The Brickhouse won the NWA World Women’s Championship from Serena Deeb on June 6, 2021.

Camille has held the belt since her reign officially exceeded 600 days.

Camille’s current reign ranks third in longevity during the modern era behind Jazz at 948 days and MsChef at 818 days. The region’s days were another story. The Fabulous Moolah held the championship for 9,925 days totaling 524 days, 1,909 days, 3,651 days, and 3,841 days. Debbie Combs rocked the belt for 7 years. John Byers has been a champion for 10 years. Mildred Burke was the inaugural gold medalist from 1937 to 1954.

There’s a strong chance Camille will stay with “The Burke” for another year or more. The field is catching up with Camille, but no one yet emerges as the golden child to finish Camille’s run. The NWA may have to turn to top talent from other promotions, like Mickie James or Jordynne Grace.

If you’re new to the world of Kamille, check out a pair of free matches from NWA events. For her first championship defense, Brickhouse proved to be no fluke against Leyla Hirsch at the NWA EmPowerrr on August 28, 2021.

At NWA 74 on August 28, 2022, Camille faced one of her toughest challenges to date against Max The Impaler (starting with 32:49).

How long do you think Camille will be holding the NWA World Women’s Championship? Who is on your radar to finally take off the brick house?

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