Taya Valkyrie is the current Impact Knockouts Champion. She’s been the champion for a long, long time.
In fact, over the weekend, Taya Valkyrie broke the record for the longest reign ever for an Impact Knockouts Champion. Valkyrie has held the championship for 282 days and counting.
Who’s record did she break? Gail Kim? Tessa Blanchard?
Nope. Taryn Terrell previously held the record for 279 days back in 2014.
Valkyrie won the Knockouts Title on January 6, 2019. She defeated Tessa Blanchard for the title at Impact’s Homecoming.
💥 Next week la Wera Loca returns to Mexico City to break the record for longest reigning Knockouts Champion OF ALL TIME! Get the champagne ready because I can promise you all it’s going to be BIG! #weraloca #IMPACT @IMPACTWRESTLING pic.twitter.com/vDHCMOgFgv
— TAYA VALKYRIE (@thetayavalkyrie) August 24, 2019
She officially broke the record over the weekend. However, Impact will be celebrating the victory this Friday on Twitch.
Taya will also be defending the title against Tenille Dashwood at this weekend’s Bound For Glory. Impact Wrestling will present Bound For Glory on pay-per-view Sunday, October 20, 2019.
BFG will also feature a match for the Impact World Championship between Sami Callihan and Brian Cage. Tessa Blanchard will also be competing for the X-Division Championship on the show.
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