The Impact Wrestling Knockouts Championship (fromally the TNA Knockouts Championship) is a women's world championship owned by the Impact Wrestling promotion. It is primarily contested for in Impact's women's division, known as the Knockouts. It debuted on at TNA Bound for Glory 2007 under the name the "TNA Womens World Championship"; it was renamed the TNA Knockouts Championship in 2008.

It is currently the only female championship on Impact. It had been complimented by the TNA Knockouts Tag Team Championship, which was introduced at TNA No Surrender 2009 on September 20, 2009,but was deactivated in 2013.

TNA first announced in early September 2007 through their TNA Mobile service that they planned to start an official women's division and debut a women's title soon. Later that month, TNA began to promote a 10 knockout gauntlet match to be held on October 14, 2007 at TNA's Bound for Glory PPV event to crown the first-ever TNA Women's Champion. At the event, Gail Kim defeated Ms. Brooks, Christy Hemme, Awesome Kong, Roxxi Laveaux, Talia Madison, Shelly Martinez, Jackie Moore, ODB, and Angel Williams to become the first champion. The championship was renamed in 2008 to the TNA Knockouts Championship.

Title Lineage

TV Air Dates used where appropriate

TNA Knockouts Championship

Vacated — August 27, 2009

VACATED - October 9, 2016

Impact Wrestling Knockouts Championship

VACATED - November 16 2017 - Gail Kim Retired as Champion

See Also

Total Nonstop Action / Impact Wrestling, TNA Championships