TNA Knockouts Championship

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The Impact Knockouts Championship is a women's world championship owned by TNA Wrestling. It is primarily contested for in TNA's women's division, known as the Knockouts. The championship debuted on October 14, 2007 at the TNA Bound for Glory 2007 pay-per-view (PPV) event under the name the TNA Women's World Championship; it was renamed the TNA Women's Knockout Championship in 2008 through 2010, then simplified to TNA Knockouts Championship until the promotion changed its name in March 2017.

It had been complemented by the TNA Knockouts Tag Team Championship, which was introduced at the TNA No Surrender 2009 but was deactivated on June 27, 2013. At Slammiversary 2017, the championship was unified with the GFW Women's Championship.


Vacated August 27, 2009 - TNA Impact - The championship was declared vacant and held up because Cody Deaner felt that he was the rightful champion as he was the one who scored the pin at Hard Justice.

Vacated October 9, 2016 - Impact Wrestling - Declared vacant due to an injury that Gail Kim suffered.

The championship was renamed to the Impact Wrestling Knockouts Championship following the renaming of the promotion on March 2, 2017.

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