AAA Mega Championship

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AAA Mega Championship
El Texano Jr. and Blue Demon Jr. holding the AAA Mega Championship belt in a wrestling ring
El Texano Jr. (right) and Blue Demon Jr. with the championship belt at the Rey de Reyes (2013)
Promotion Lucha Libre AAA Worldwide (AAA)
Date established September 16, 2007[1]
Current champion(s) Rey Wagner
Date won January 26, 2018
Other name(s)
AAA World Heavyweight Championship[2]
Mexican Heavyweight Championship (TNA)[3]

The AAA Mega Championship is a professional wrestling world heavyweight championship in the Mexican Lucha Libre AAA Worldwide (AAA) promotion. Known officially in Spanish as the Mega Campeonato AAA, it is sometimes referred to in the English-language press as the "AAA World Heavyweight Championship".[9] The title is the top championship of the AAA promotion. The championship is generally contested in professional wrestling matches, in which participants execute scripted finishes rather than in direct competition.[10]

The title was established in 2007 via a single elimination tournament billed as the "Torneo Campeón de Campeones", or Champion of Champions Tournament, which effectively unified the International Wrestling Council (IWC) World Heavyweight Championship, the Grand Prix Championship Wrestling (GPCW) SUPER-X Monster Championship, the Mexican National Heavyweight Championship, and the Universal Wrestling Association (UWA) World Light Heavyweight Championship. The tournament field included the four reigning champions of the aforementioned titles as well as the number one contender to each championship. El Mesías, who entered the tournament as the IWC World Heavyweight Champion, became the inaugural AAA Mega Champion upon defeating the UWA World Light Heavyweight Champion entrant Chessman in the final round.[11]

El Texano Jr.'s first reign is the longest in history at 735 days. The shortest reigning champion was Electroshock, who held the title for 86 days. El Mesías has held the title the most, with four reigns. Rey Wagner is the current champion in his third reign, after defeating Johnny Mundo on January 26, 2018. In 2011, the then-AAA Mega Champion and Total Nonstop Action Wrestling (TNA) founder Jeff Jarrett appeared with a redesigned version of the title on TNA programming. While Jarrett appeared in TNA, the title was referred to as the "Mexican Heavyweight Championship".[12] TNA used the Mega Championship belt on their programming, but due to Spike TV not allowing TNA to refer to AAA by name, a silver hexagonal plate was used to cover the AAA faceplate.[3] On April 21, 2013, the title was defended outside AAA for the first time at Puerto Rico's World Wrestling League (WWL).[13] In March 2015, the AAA Mega Champion El Patrón Alberto defended the championship in Lucha Underground, made possible through AAA's joint ownership of Lucha Underground.[14][15] Overall, there have been 14 reigns shared among 9 wrestlers, with two vacancies.

Inaugural Championship Tournament bracket

First round Semifinals Final
El Mesías [1] W
La Parka [2] [16]
El Mesías W
Charly Manson [16]
Kenzo Suzuki [16]
Charly Manson [3] W
El Mesías W
Chessman [16]
Cibernético W
Mr. Niebla [16]
Cibernético [16]
Chessman W
Chessman [4] W
El Zorro [16]


Three-time and current champion Rey Wagner

Overall, there have been 9 AAA Mega Championship reigns and 15 total champions. The title has been vacated only once. The inaugural champion was El Mesías, who defeated Chessman in the final of an eight-man tournament at the Verano de Escándalo event on September 16, 2007, to become champion. El Texano Jr. has the longest reign as champion with his only reign, from December 2, 2012, to December 7, 2014, lasting 735 days and gave the title World status when he defended it in the UK. Electroshock currently has the shortest reign at 86 days. El Mesías holds the record for the most reigns, with fourth, and is also the first man to win the championship at a AAA event.

Rey Wagner is the current champion in his third reign. He defeated Johnny Mundo at Guerra de Titanes (2018) on January 26, 2018, in Mexico City, Mexico.

Title history


# Order in reign history
Reign The reign number for the specific set of wrestlers listed
Event The event promoted by the respective promotion in which the titles were won
+ Indicates the current reign is changing daily
# Champion Reign Date Days
Location Event Successful defenses[17] Notes Ref(s).
1 Mesias, ElEl Mesias 1 September 16, 2007 182 Guadalajara, Jalisco Verano de Escándalo (2007) 1 El Mesías defeated Chessman in the final of an eight-man tournament to become the inaugural champion. This event aired on tape delay on October 7, 2007. [1][18]
2 Cibernético 1 March 16, 2008 222 Monterrey, Nuevo León Rey de Reyes (2008) 3 This event aired on tape delay on March 30, 2008. [19]
Vacated October 24, 2008 Veracruz, Veracruz Antonio Peña Memorial Show (2008) Cibernético quit the company because Konnan took over AAA at the Antonio Peña Memorial Show. This event aired on tape delay on November 2, 2008. [20]
3 Mesias, ElEl Mesias 2 December 6, 2008 189 Orizaba, Veracruz Guerra de Titanes (2008) 1 El Mesías defeated El Zorro in a ladder match to win the vacant title. This event aired on tape delay on December 21, 2008. [19]
4 Wagner Jr., Dr.Dr. Wagner Jr. 1 June 13, 2009 181 Mexico City, Mexico Triplemanía XVII 3   [21]
5 Mesias, ElEl Mesias 3 December 11, 2009 91 Ciudad Madero, Tamaulipas Guerra de Titanes (2009) 0 This event aired on tape delay on December 27, 2009. [22]
6 Electroshock 1 March 12, 2010 86 Querétaro, Querétaro Rey de Reyes (2010) 0 Electroshock defeated El Mesías and Mr. Anderson in a three-way match to win the title. This event aired on tape delay on March 21, 2010. [23]
7 Wagner Jr., Dr.Dr. Wagner Jr. 2 June 6, 2010 182 Mexico City, Mexico Triplemania XVIII 2   [5]
8 El Zorro 1 December 5, 2010 195 Zapopan, Jalisco Guerra de Titanes (2010) 1 This event aired on tape delay on December 12, 2010. [24]
9 Jarrett, JeffJeff Jarrett 1 June 18, 2011 274 Mexico City, Mexico Triplemanía XIX 1 Jarrett also appeared on Total Nonstop Action Wrestling television with the title, referring to it as the "Mexican Heavyweight Championship". [25]
10 Mesias, ElEl Mesias 4 March 18, 2012 259 Zapopan, Jalisco Rey de Reyes (2012) 1 This event aired on tape delay on April 1, 2012. [26]
11 Texano Jr., ElEl Texano Jr. 1 December 2, 2012 735 Zapopan, Jalisco Guerra de Titanes (2012) 9 This event aired on tape delay on December 15, 2012. [7]
12 Patrón Alberto, ElEl Patrón Alberto 1 December 7, 2014 337 Zapopan, Jalisco Guerra de Titanes (2014) 2 [27]
Vacated November 9, 2015 Title vacated due to El Patrón Alberto leaving AAA for WWE. [28]
13 Texano Jr., ElEl Texano Jr. 2 March 23, 2016 361 San Luis Potosí, San Luis Potosí Rey de Reyes (2016) 2 El Texano Jr. defeated El Mesías to win the vacant title. [29]
14 Mundo, JohnnyJohnny Mundo 1 March 19, 2017 313 Monterrey, Nuevo León Rey de Reyes (2017) 4 Mundo defeated El Texano Jr. and El Hijo del Fantasma in a three-way match, also contested for the AAA Latin American and AAA World Cruiserweight Championships. [30]
15 Wagner, ReyRey Wagner 3 January 26, 2018 115+ Mexico City, Mexico Guerra de Titanes (2018) 3 Vampiro was the Special Guest Referee. Rey Wagner was formerly known as Dr. Wagner Jr.

Combined reigns

Jeff Jarrett posing in a wrestling ring
Jeff Jarrett (pictured) took the title with him to the United States in 2011 and 2012.
Indicates the current champion(s)
Rank[A] Wrestler No. of reigns Combined
Combined days
1 Texano Jr., ElEl Texano Jr. 2 11 1,096
2 Mesias, ElEl Mesias 4 3 721
3 Dr. Wagner Jr./Rey Wagner 3 8 478+
4 Patrón Alberto, ElEl Patrón Alberto 1 2 337
5 Mundo, JohnnyJohnny Mundo 1 4 313
6 Jarrett, JeffJeff Jarrett 1 1 274
7 Cibernético 1 3 222
8 El Zorro 1 1 195
9 Electroshock 1 0 86


A. ^ Each wrestler's total number of days as champion is ranked highest to lowest; wrestlers with the same number are tied for that certain rank.



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  • "Asistencia Asesoria y Administracion World Heavyweight Title". Wrestling Retrieved September 7, 2015. 


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External links

  • Lucha Libre AAA Worldwide website
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