Pro Wrestling Records: Longest WWE Title Reigns by Championship

Longest WWE Title reigns - Stone Cold Wins WWF Championship

The WWE has a long and storied history and with that comes a lot of championships, and even more memorable and historic runs as champions. In this article, we are going to take a look at the longest WWE title reigns by championship using WWE’s own recognised days as champion as a metric.

Longest WWE Title Reigns – Pro Wrestling Records

Active Championships

  • WWE Championship/Undisputed Championship/WWF Championship/WWWF Championship – Bruno Sammartino 2,803 days

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  • Universal Championship – Roman Reigns *current champion* 806+ days
  • WWE Raw Tag Team Championship/WWE Tag Team Championship – The New Day 483 days
  • WWE SmackDown Tag Team Championship – The Usos *current champions* 484+ days
  • WWE Women’s Tag Team Championship –  The Kabuki Warriors 180 days
  • Raw Women’s Championship/WWE Women’s Championship – Becky Lynch 398 days
  • United States Championship (traces back to the NWA/WCW) – Lex Luger 523 days
  • SmackDown Women’s Championship – Bayley 379 days
  • Intercontinental Championship – The Honky Tonk Man – 454 days

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  • NXT Championship – Adam Cole 403 days

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  • NXT North American Championship – Velveteen Dream 209 days
  • NXT Tag Team Championship – The Ascension 343 days
  • NXT Women’s Championship – Asuka 522 days

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  • NXT Women’s Tag Team Championship – Io Shirai & Zoey Stark 111 days

Defunct Championships

  • WWF International Heavyweight Championship – Antonio Rocca 1,554 days
  • WWWF United States Heavyweight Championship – Bobo Brazil 1,837 days
  • WWF Junior Heavyweight Championship – Tatsumi Fujinami 789 days
  • WWF World Martial Arts Heavyweight Championship – Antonio Inoki 3,780 days
  • WWF North American Championship – Seiji Sakaguchi 532 days
  • WWF Canadian Championship – Dino Bravo 157 days roughly
  • Million Dollar Championship – Ted DiBiase 905 days
  • WWE European Championship – The British Bulldog 205 days
  • WWF Light Heavyweight Championship – Villano 3 826 days (not recognised by WWE) /TAKA Michinoku 314 days
  • WWE Cruiserweight Championship/WCW Cruiserweight Championship – Gregory Helmes 384 days
  • WCW World Heavyweight Championship – Hulk Hogan 469 days
  • World Heavyweight Championship – Batista 282 days
  • ECW Championship – Shane Douglas 406 days
  • NXT Cruiserweight Championship – JD McDonagh 438 days
  • NXT UK Championship – Gunther 870 days
  • NXT UK Heritage Cup – Noam Dar 259 days
  • NWA World Tag Team Championship – Antonio Rocca & Miguel Perez 1500+ days
  • WWF United States Championship – The Fabulous Kangaroos 409 days
  • WWF Intercontinental Tag Team Championship – The Mongols 368 days
  • World Tag Team Championship/WWE Tag Team Championship/WWF Tag Team Championship – Demolition 478 days
  • WCW Tag Team Championship – Doom 281 days
  • NXT UK Tag Team Championship – Gallus 497 days
  • WWE Women’s Championship (traces back to the NWA World Women’s Championship) – The Fabulous Moolah 10,170 days
  • WWE Divas Championship – Nikki Bella 301 days
  • NXT UK Women’s Championship – Kay Lee Ray 649 days
  • WWF Women’s Tag Team Championship – The Glamour Girls 906 days
  • WWE Hardcore Championship – Big Boss Man 97 days
  • WWE 24/7 Championship – Reginald 112 days

There you have it. The list of the longest WWE titles reigns by championship for every recognised title in WWE history.

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