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The AAAW Tag Team Championship was a title in the GAEA Japan promotion. The title, which was originally known as the AAAW Junior Heavyweight Tag Team Championship, was abandoned when GAEA closed in 2005.

Title historyEdit

# Order in reign history
Reign The reign number for the specific set of wrestlers listed
Event The event in which the title was won
Used for vacated reigns so as not to count it as an official reign
N/A The information is not available or is unknown
+ Indicates the current reign is changing daily
# Team Reign Date Days held Location Event Notes
1 Meiko Satomura and Sonoko Kato 1 November 2, 1996 512 Singapore We Are GAEA Japan! Defeated Sugar Sato and Chikayo Nagashima to become the first champions.
2 Sugar Sato and Chikayo Nagashima 1 March 29, 1998 147 Osaka, Japan Full Bloom – Day 2 During the reign the name of the title was changed from "AAAW Junior Heavyweight Tag Team Championship" to "AAAW Tag Team Championship".
3 Aja Kong and Mayumi Ozaki 1 August 23, 1998 329 Tokyo, Japan Hard Luck – Day 2
4 Sugar Sato and Chikayo Nagashima 2 July 18, 1999 518 Tokyo, Japan Surprise Attack – Day 3
5 Akira Hokuto and Mayumi Ozaki (2) 1 December 17, 2000 126 Osaka, Japan Deep Endless – Day 5
6 Sugar Sato and Chikayo Nagashima 3 April 22, 2001 350 Osaka, Japan Limit Break 2001 – Day 4
7 Mayumi Ozaki (3) and KAORU 3 April 7, 2002 196 Yokohama, Japan Limit Break 2002 – Day 1
8 Meiko Satomura (2) and Ayako Hamada 2 October 20, 2002 114 Yokohama, Japan Yokohama Mega Ride
9 Devil Masami and Aja Kong (2) 1 February 11, 2003 224 Tokyo, Japan War Cry 2003 – Day 2
10 Chikayo Nagashima (4) and Meiko Satomura (3) 4 September 23, 2003 147 Tokyo, Japan New Energy 2003 – Day 2
11 Toshie Uematsu and Ran Yu-Yu 1 February 17, 2004 33 Tokyo, Japan War Cry 2004 – Day 2
12 Sugar Sato and Chikayo Nagashima (5) 4 March 21, 2004 40 Tokyo, Japan Edge Of The Heart 2004 – Day 2
13 The Crush Gals
(Chigusa Nagayo and Lioness Asuka)
1 April 30, 2004 5 Tokyo, Japan Yoyogi Limit Break
14 Aja Kong (3) and Amazing Kong 3 May 5, 2004 138 Tokyo, Japan Junction 2004 – Day 2 [1]
15 Manami Toyota and Carlos Amano 1 September 20, 2004 195 Tokyo, Japan New Energy 2004 – Day 2
16 Toshie Uematsu and Ran Yu-Yu 2 April 3, 2005 7 Yokohama, Japan Yokohama Final Impact
Deactivated April 10, 2005 Tokyo, Japan Eternal Last Gong Title retired at final Gaea show.

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ F4W Staff (May 5, 2015). "On this day in pro wrestling history (May 5): Bruno Vs. Gorilla in Puerto Rico, 2nd annual Von Erich Memorial Parade of Champions". Wrestling Observer Figure Four Online. Retrieved February 10, 2017.

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