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{{Inactive Championship}}
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{{Infobox Championship
 
{{Infobox Championship
 
| championshipname = Queen of FCW
 
| championshipname = Queen of FCW
| image = [
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| currentholder = [[Raquel Diaz]]
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| currentholder =
| won = September, 1 [[2011]]
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| promotion = [[Florida Championship Wrestling|FCW]]
 
| promotion = [[Florida Championship Wrestling|FCW]]
 
| brand =
 
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| created = February 5, 2009
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| created = February 5, [[2009]]
 
| titleretired = March 15, [[2012]]
 
| titleretired = March 15, [[2012]]
 
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| mostreigns =
 
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| firstchamp = [[AJ Lee|AJ]]}}
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| firstchamp = [[AJ Lee|AJ]]
 
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The '''Queen of FCW''' title was a [[professional wrestling]] women's [[championship (professional wrestling)|title]] in [[Florida Championship Wrestling]] (FCW, now known as NXT Wrestling); it was contested for in their [[WWE Diva|divas division]]. Title holders would wear a crown rather than a championship belt that is primarily used in professional wrestling. The title was active for over three years, before being [[Glossary of professional wrestling terms#V|deactivated]] in March 2012, leaving the [[FCW Divas Championship]] as the sole title contested for in the divas division. [[Raquel Diaz]] was the final title holder.
 
The '''Queen of FCW''' title was a [[professional wrestling]] women's [[championship (professional wrestling)|title]] in [[Florida Championship Wrestling]] (FCW, now known as NXT Wrestling); it was contested for in their [[WWE Diva|divas division]]. Title holders would wear a crown rather than a championship belt that is primarily used in professional wrestling. The title was active for over three years, before being [[Glossary of professional wrestling terms#V|deactivated]] in March 2012, leaving the [[FCW Divas Championship]] as the sole title contested for in the divas division. [[Raquel Diaz]] was the final title holder.
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==See also==
 
==See also==
 
*[[Florida Championship Wrestling]]
 
*[[Florida Championship Wrestling]]
*[[Queen of FCW/Title history|Title history]] - History of the championship.
 
 
*[[Queen of FCW/Champion history|Champion history]] - History of the wrestlers who have held the belt.
 
*[[Queen of FCW/Champion history|Champion history]] - History of the wrestlers who have held the belt.
*[[Queen of FCW/Title matches|Title matches]] - Matches in which the title was defended.
 
*[[Queen of FCW/Reigns by length|Reigns by length]] - Lists of the length and reigns.
 
*[[FQueen of FCW/Champion Gallery|Champion Gallery]] - A gallery of all champions.
 
   
==External links and references==
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==External links==
 
*[http://www.cagematch.de/?id=5&nr=1259 Queen of FCW Title History at Cagematch]
 
*[http://www.cagematch.de/?id=5&nr=1259 Queen of FCW Title History at Cagematch]
 
[[Category:Florida Championship Wrestling championships]]
 
[[Category:Florida Championship Wrestling championships]]
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[[Category:World Wrestling Entertainment championships]]
 
[[Category:World Wrestling Entertainment championships]]
 
[[Category:Women's championships]]
 
[[Category:Women's championships]]
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[[Category:Queens of FCW]]
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[[Category:Inactive championships]]

Latest revision as of 12:10, August 30, 2017

The Queen of FCW title was a professional wrestling women's title in Florida Championship Wrestling (FCW, now known as NXT Wrestling); it was contested for in their divas division. Title holders would wear a crown rather than a championship belt that is primarily used in professional wrestling. The title was active for over three years, before being deactivated in March 2012, leaving the FCW Divas Championship as the sole title contested for in the divas division. Raquel Diaz was the final title holder.

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