The idea was innovative since, in Mexico, the heavyweight scene is not deemed as important as other lower weight classes. With titles that included the Super-X Monster title, the Universal Wrestling Association Light Heavyweight title, and the Mexican National Heavyweight title, the tournament saw to award the winner the AAA Mega Championship. At the top of AAA's championship hierarchy is the AAA Mega Championship. The current champion is Taya Valkyrie is the current champion, having defeated Tessa Blanchard at the Lucha Invades NY on September 15, 2019. Since winning the title, Omega has also defended it in All Elite Wrestling (AEW) - his home promotion - via a partnership between AAA and AEW. A mere 80+ days with overbooking was the price of that reign. The current champion is Daga, who is in his first reign after defeating Drago at their Héroes Inmortales XIII on October 19, 2019. Overall, there have been 18 AAA Mega Championship reigns and 11 total champions, and the title has been vacated twice. First time title holder Laredo Kid is the current champion, having defeated Sammy Guevara at the AAA Conquista Total on February 16, 2019. 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. As it is a professional wrestling championship, it is won not by actual competition, but by a scripted ending to a match..  On April 21, 2013, the title was defended outside AAA for the first time at Puerto Rico's World Wrestling League (WWL). They defeated The Young Bucks (Matt & Nick Jackson) at the Verano de Escándalo on June 16, 2019. Status: active. In 2011, the then-AAA Mega Champion and Total Nonstop Action Wrestling (TNA) founder Jeff Jarrett appeared with a redesigned version of the title belt on TNA programming. El Mesías has held the title the most, with four reigns. The latter concentrating on scientific topics and reviewing science books. The idea was innovative since, in Mexico, the heavyweight scene is not deemed as important as other lower weight classes. 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". Overall, there have been 18 reigns shared among 11 wrestlers, with two vacancies. Consistency has been a problem for the AAA Mega Championship for the past years. 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. The current champion is Kenny Omega, who is in his first reign after defeating Fénix at their Héroes Inmortales XIII on October 19, 2019.. The title was no longer given to the biggest star of the promotion and in times, it was forgotten that AAA had a world title. Still, something keeps the Kenny Omega stardom on point, he’s AAA Mega Championship. The promotion did not announce when TripleMania would be held, but AAA’s current plan … Welcome to Plathville 11/17/20: Season 2 Episode 2 “My Mystery Man”, My Big Fat Fabulous Life Recap 11/17/20: Season 8 Episode 2 “Whitney’s Long-Distance Relationship”, Transplant Recap 11/17/20: Season 1 Episode 9 “Under Pressure”, Big Sky Premiere Recap 11/17/20: Season 1 Episode 1 “Pilot”, The Young and the Restless Spoilers: Fatherhood in Kyle’s Future, But Who’s the Baby Mama? The AAA Mega Championship was in bad shape. Kenny Omega is the new AAA Mega Champion, having defeated Rey Fenix for the promotion's top strap at the Heroes Inmortales XIII event in Veracruz, Mexico on Saturday night. The AAA World Trios Championship is currently held by Jinetes del Aire (El Hijo del Vikingo, Golden Magic and Myzteziz Jr). Names: AAA Mega Championship (since 16.09.2007) Promotions: Lucha Libre AAA World Wide (16.09.2007 - today) Title Holders #18 Kenny Omega 19.10.2019 - today (394 days) Matches Orizaba, Veracruz, Mexiko #17 Fenix 25.08.2018 - 19.10.2019 (420 days) Matches Previously to Jarrett, it was the monopolized reign of Johnny Mundo and the consolation prize of Rey Wagner. Emmanuel Figueroa Rosado is a young writer from Puerto Rico. In AEW, he has been a stepping stone for outsider stars from WWE. The title was conceived in a tournament in the 2000s that united multiple heavyweight championships in Mexico. , El Texano Jr.'s first reign is the longest in history at 735 days. But, things didn’t explode imminently for the Canadian-born. He's been writing about wrestling for four years now, specializing in Puerto Rican and Latin American wrestling. The AAA World Tag Team Championship is who are in their second reign as a team Lucha Brothers (Fénix and Pentagón Jr.). Kenny Omega was snatched by his best friends of The Elite with the opportunity to be the main star of the rising promotion, All Elite Wrestling. Having your main title on his shoulder brings back respect and recognition worldwide. There is one championship contested for female wrestlers (promoted as their Reinas del Ring division), the AAA Reina de Reinas Championship. He still is the biggest name outside of WWE (him and Okada). Mesias (aka Mil Muertes) won the whole tournament, becoming in the ensuing years a 4x AAA Mega Champion.  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.. The title was conceived in a tournament in the 2000s that united multiple heavyweight championships in Mexico. Le Mega Campeonato de AAA ou AAA Mega Championship est un titre mondial de catch, actuellement utilisé par la fédération Asistencia Asesoría y Administración (AAA).. À l'heure actuelle, le titre connait 18 règnes pour un total de 11 champions différents et a été vacant à deux reprises.