The Mexican National Women's Championship (Campeonato Nacional Feminil in Spanish) is a professional wrestling championship for female wrestlers created and sanctioned by the Comisión de Box y Lucha Libre Mexico D.F. (the Mexico City Boxing and Wrestling Commission). While the Commission sanctions the title, it does not promote the events in which the Championship is defended. The championship is currently promoted by the Mexican Lucha Libre wrestling based promotion Consejo Mundial de Lucha Libre (CMLL) and has in the past also been promoted by the Mexican-based Asistencia Asesoría y Administración (AAA) promotion. Being a professional wrestling championship, it is not won legitimately; it is instead won via a scripted ending to a match or awarded to a wrestler because of a storyline. The title was not officially sanctioned by the Comisión until 1986 where they lifted the ban on Women's wrestling in Mexico City, the first officially recognized Mexican National Women's champion was Reyna Gallegos, who at the time was the Mexican Women's champion a title that was created in the 1950s. The Comisión chose to recognize the lineage of the title that predated their endorsement to give the title more credibility.
The first recognized Mexican Woman's champion was Isabel Romero who won the title some time in 1959. The championship lineage From 1959 until the Comisión sanctioned the title remains unclear and for large stretches of time undocumented. Martha Villalobos holds the record for the longest reign with 1,607 days. Irma González has the most reigns with four while Chabela Romero has held the title three times and five women are tied with two reigns since the title was officially sanctioned; Lady Apache, Sirenita, Tiffany, Martha Villalobos and Zuleyma. La Diabólica holds the record for the shortest title reign, with 50 days.