With a total of seventeen different titles up for grabs across the whole company, it can be a little hard to know where to begin with listing the WWE champions as they are — there’s always one or two you’re going to forget. Remember the NXT UK Tag Team champions? We didn’t straight away.
Below you will find the list of WWE champions as things stand, whether it’s on SmackDown Live, Raw, NXT, 205 Live or NXT UK. The way WWE is, this list will be changing pretty frequently indeed.
UPDATE 21/05/19: we have added the 24/7 Championship after its introduction on the May 20th, 2019 episode of Raw.
WWE Main Roster Champions
Below you will find all the current champions for Raw, SmackDown Live, and 2015 Live, even though the Cruiserweight Championship is recognised as a Raw title. Raw is denoted by red and SmackDown is blue.
WWE Champion – Kofi Kingston Universal Champion – Seth Rollins SmackDown Live Women’s Champion – Bayley Raw Women’s Champion – Becky Lynch Intercontinental Champion – Finn Bálor United States Champion – Rey Mysterio SmackDown Live Tag Team Champions – Daniel Bryan & Rowan Raw Tag Team Champions – Curt Hawkins & Zack Ryder Women’s Tag Team Champions – The IIconics Cruiserweight Champion – Tony Nese 24/7 Champion – R-Truth
Next up are the current WWE NXT champions, a list that is in flux a lot less than the main roster equivalent as most titles don’t change hands often outside of TakeOver events.
NXT Men’s Champion – Johnny Gargano NXT Women’s Champion – Shayna Baszler NXT North American Champion – Velveteen Dream NXT Tag Team Champions – War Raiders NXT UK Men’s Champion – Walter NXT UK Women’s Champion – Toni Storm NXT UK Tag Team Champions – Zack Gibson and James Drake
These accolades do not feature belts, so we’ve separated them into their own category. We aren’t including Money in the Bank as the accolade becomes void once a briefcase is cashed in.
Men’s Royal Rumble Winner – Seth Rollins Women’s Royal Rumble Winner – Becky Lynch André the Giant Memorial Trophy – Braun Strowman WrestleMania Women’s Battle Royal – Carmella Dusty Rhodes Tag Team Classic – Aleister Black and Ricochet Mae Young Classic – Toni Storm Mixed Match Challenge – R-Truth and Carmella King of the Ring – Wade Barrett
Vacant/Dormant/Retired WWE Championships*
For one reason or another, these are all of the titles that WWE have retired over the years. A lot of them are a result of the brand split, but others (such as the World Martial Arts Heavyweight Championship) never should have existed anyway. We’re including last champions and year held.
Canadian Championship – Dino Bravo (1986) Divas Championship – Charlotte Flair (2016) ECW Championship – Ezekiel Jackson (2010) European Championship – Rob Van Dam (2002) Hardcore Championship – Rob Van Dam (2002) Intercontinental Tag Team Championship – Perro Aguayo and Gran Hamada (1991) International Heavyweight Championship – Akira Maeda (1984) International Tag Team Championship – Tatsumi Fujinami and Kengo Kimura (1985) Junior Heavyweight Championship – The Cobra (1985) Light Heavyweight Championship – X-Pac (2001) Million Dollar Championship – Ted DiBiase, Jr. (2010) North American Heavyweight Championship – Seiji Sakaguchi (1981) Undisputed Championship – Brock Lesnar (2002) Women’s Championship – Layla (2010) World Heavyweight Championship – Randy Orton (2013) World Martial Arts Heavyweight Championship – Antonio Inoki (1989) World Tag Team Championship – David Hart Smith and Tyson Kidd (2010)
*does not include WCW titles that were retired almost immediately.