Wikipedia:Featured topics/Current Consejo Mundial de Lucha Libre championships
In professional wrestling, championships are competed for in pre-determined matches and as a result of storylines by a professional wrestling promotion's roster of wrestlers. As of 2016, the Mexican Lucha libre or professional wrestling promotion known as Consejo Mundial de Lucha Libre (Spanish for "World Wrestling Council"; CMLL) promotes 23 different championships; 12 championships are designated as World Championships for various weight divisions, 5 championships are on the national level, and 6 championships are on the regional level. The championships are divided into multiple weight classes, as well as gender specific and size-specific divisions. There are thirteen male singles championships spread out over various weight classes, three championships for tag teams, three for Trios (three-man teams), two for female competitors, and two for Mini-Estrella competitors. The oldest CMLL championship is the Mexican National Welterweight Championship, created on June 17, 1934, which is also the oldest, still active, championship in professional wrestling.