Mickie James will challenge Alexa Bliss for the Raw Women’s Championship at the upcoming WWE TLC PPV. She showed tremendous resiliency in a match against Nia Jax who is considered to be the strongest one in the current female roster. Kurt Angle was quite impressed with this and handed her an opportunity for the title against Little Miss Bliss.
With that being said, it will be almost after a decade that the veteran performer will be competing in a championship opportunity in a singles match. Previously, at Wrestlemania 33, she competed in a multi-women match for the Smackdown Women’s title against five other performers.
At TLC, Mickie James will be on the verge to break some incredible records in the women’s wrestling history. She is six-time women’s champion in the company. It means if Alexa Bliss gets dethroned from her title reign on this Sunday, then Mickie will become a seven-time Women’s Champion which is the most title reigns possessed by an individual.
Currently, none other than Trish Stratus holds this incredible record. With one more title win, the returning Mickie can tie the legendary WWE Hall of Famer. If that’s not all, then she will be setting yet another milestone for the female wrestlers.
The future Hall of Famer will be the only one to compete in all forms of Women’s Championships present or past in the WWE. Starting from the original WWE Women’s title back in the last decade, she also featured in the converted Divas Championship match.
Once she returned to the WWE, last year, Mickie challenged for the NXT Women’s title against Asuka. Going forward, she was brought to Smackdown and included in the championship match at Wrestlemania. AT TLC, she will be a part of the Raw Women’s Championship, as well.
Natalya came close to Mickie, but she has never been involved in the original Women’s title present in the WWE. Maria Kanellis is the other one who might achieve the milestone, but she is not an active performer and currently looking forward to being a mother. So, chances are quite less that we could see her performing in a match in the future. So, Mickie might remain to stay as the only one to compete in all types of Women’s Championship matches in the history of the company.