AJPW Junior Tag League

Kaz Hayashi, who has won the tournament three times

The Junior Tag League is an annual professional wrestling tag team tournament held by the All Japan Pro Wrestling (AJPW) promotion. The tournament is meant for wrestlers under the weight limit of 100 kg (220 lb), who are referred to in Japan as junior heavyweights. In 2013, the tournament was rebranded Junior Hyper Tag League (ジュニア・ハイパー・タッグ・リーグ, Junia Haipā Taggu Rīgu), following in the footsteps of the Junior League, which had been renamed "Junior Hyper League" the previous year. In 2014, the tournament was again rebranded after the singles Junior League, now taking the name Jr. Tag Battle of Glory (ジュニア・タッグバトル・オブ・グローリー, Junia Taggu Batoru Obu Gurōrī).

The tournament is contested in a single block round-robin format with all teams facing each other once. All matches have a thirty-minute time limit and in case of a time limit draw, both teams are awarded one point, while a win earns a team two points.[1] In case of a draw through a double countout, the match is declared a no contest with neither team being awarded a point.[1] After all teams have faced each other, the top two teams move onto the finals to determine the winner of the tournament.[1] Rankings in the tournament are not determined by head-to-head matches and in the event of more than two teams finishing clear of the other teams, extra matches will be held to determine the finalists.[1] Usually, the winners of the tournament earn themselves a shot at All Japan's secondary tag team championship, the All Asia Tag Team Championship, if not already the reigning champions.

Atsushi Aoki holds the record for most Junior Tag League wins with four. Aoki and Hikaru Sato are the only team to have won the tournament more than once, having won it in 2014, 2015 and 2016.

List of winnersEdit

1984Edit

In 1984, All Japan Pro Wrestling held the "International Junior Heavyweight Tag Team League" between August 30 and September 12.[2]

Final standings
Wrestlers Score
Gran Hamada and Mighty Inoue 7
Chavo Guerrero and Héctor Guerrero
(Los Guerreros)
5
Atsushi Onita and Masanobu Fuchi 4
Magic Dragon and Ultra Seven 3
Baby Face and Fishman 0
Final
   
1 Hamada and Inoue Pin
2 Chavo and Héctor 9:49[2]

2002Edit

In 2002, All Japan Pro Wrestling held the first "World's Strongest Junior Tag League",[3] a junior heavyweight version of the World's Strongest Tag Determination League. The tournament took place over eleven shows between September 8 and 22.[4][5] The day after winning the tournament, Jimmy Yang and Kaz Hayashi went on to unsuccessfully challenge Arashi and Nobutaka Araya for the All Asia Tag Team Championship.[6]

Final standings
Wrestlers Score
Kendo Kashin and Robbie Brookside   6  
Jimmy Yang and Kaz Hayashi 5
Gran Hamada and Masanobu Fuchi 5
Dark Guerrera and Gran Naniwa 2
Kazushi Miyamoto and Ryuji Hijikata 2
Results Guerrera
Naniwa
Hamada
Fuchi
Yang
Hayashi
Miyamoto
Hijikata
Kashin
Brookside
Guerrera
Naniwa
X Guerrera
Naniwa
(12:11)[7]
Yang
Hayashi
(13:21)[8]
Miyamoto
Hijikata
(12:59)[9]
Kashin
Brookside
(10:29)[10]
Hamada
Fuchi
Guerrera
Naniwa
(12:11)[7]
X Draw
(30:00)[11]
Hamada
Fuchi
(9:24)[12]
Hamada
Fuchi
(3:11)[3]
Yang
Hayashi
Yang
Hayashi
(13:21)[8]
Draw
(30:00)[11]
X Yang
Hayashi
(11:25)[13]
Kashin
Brookside
(12:29)[14]
Miyamoto
Hijikata
Miyamoto
Hijikata
(12:59)[9]
Hamada
Fuchi
(9:24)[12]
Yang
Hayashi
(11:25)[13]
X Kashin
Brookside
(10:39)[15]
Kashin
Brookside
Kashin
Brookside
(10:29)[10]
Hamada
Fuchi
(3:11)[3]
Kashin
Brookside
(12:29)[14]
Kashin
Brookside
(10:39)[15]
X
  Finalist decision match     Final
                 
    1 Kashin and Brookside Pin
  2 Yang and Hayashi Pin     3 Yang and Hayashi 13:52[16]
  3 Hamada and Fuchi 15:47[16]  

2006Edit

After a four-year break, All Japan Pro Wrestling held its first Junior Tag League over nine shows between February 25 and March 10, 2006.[17][18]

Final standings
Wrestlers Score
"brother" Yasshi and Shuji Kondo
(Voodoo Murders)
  10  
Mazada and Nosawa Rongai
(Tokyo Gurentai)
6
Akira and Ryuji Hijikata 4
Katsuhiko Nakajima and Taiji Ishimori 4
Kaz Hayashi and Taka Michinoku 4
Kikujiro and Kikutaro 2
Results Akira
Hijikata
Yasshi
Kondo
Nakajima
Ishimori
Hayashi
Michinoku
Kikujiro
Kikutaro
Mazada
Nosawa
Akira
Hijikata
X Yasshi
Kondo
(9:43)[17]
Nakajima
Ishimori
(16:06)[17]
Akira
Hijikata
(16:51)[17]
Akira
Hijikata
(14:46)[17]
Mazada
Nosawa
(16:18)[17]
Yasshi
Kondo
Yasshi
Kondo
(9:43)[17]
X Yasshi
Kondo
(12:56)[17]
Yasshi
Kondo
(13:17)[17]
Yasshi
Kondo
(14:03)[17]
Yasshi
Kondo
(14:05)[17]
Nakajima
Ishimori
Nakajima
Ishimori
(16:06)[17]
Yasshi
Kondo
(12:56)[17]
X Hayashi
Michinoku
(17:18)[17]
Nakajima
Ishimori
(11:06)[17]
Mazada
Nosawa
(15:18)[17]
Hayashi
Michinoku
Akira
Hijikata
(16:51)[17]
Yasshi
Kondo
(13:17)[17]
Hayashi
Michinoku
(17:18)[17]
X Hayashi
Michinoku
(13:01)[17]
Mazada
Nosawa
(forfeit)
Kikujiro
Kikutaro
Akira
Hijikata
(14:46)[17]
Yasshi
Kondo
(14:03)[17]
Nakajima
Ishimori
(11:06)[17]
Hayashi
Michinoku
(13:01)[17]
X Kikujiro
Kikutaro
(16:05)[17]
Mazada
Nosawa
Mazada
Nosawa
(16:18)[17]
Yasshi
Kondo
(14:05)[17]
Mazada
Nosawa
(15:18)[17]
Mazada
Nosawa
(forfeit)
Kikujiro
Kikutaro
(16:05)[17]
X
Final
   
1 Yasshi and Kondo Pin
2 Mazada and Nosawa 18:06[17]

2008Edit

After no Junior Tag League took place in 2007, the tournament returned in early 2008, held over seven shows between March 12 and 23.[19][20]

Final standings
Wrestlers Score
El Samurai and Kaz Hayashi   6  
Katsuhiko Nakajima and Ryuji Hijikata 6
Mazada and Nosawa Rongai
(Tokyo Gurentai)
5
Shuji Kondo and Silver King 5
Hiroshi Yamato and Kai
(F4)
4
Kushida and T28 4
Results Samurai
Hayashi
Yamato
Kai
Nakajima
Hijikata
Kushida
T28
Mazada
Nosawa
Kondo
Silver
Samurai
Hayashi
X Samurai
Hayashi
(16:08)[21]
Samurai
Hayashi
(12:47)[22]
Kushida
T28
(14:22)[23]
Mazada
Nosawa
(10:09)[24]
Samurai
Hayashi
(16:05)[25]
Yamato
Kai
Samurai
Hayashi
(16:08)[21]
X Yamato
Kai
(13:00)[23]
Kushida
T28
(12:03)[24]
Yamato
Kai
(13:42)[25]
Kondo
Silver
(8:11)[26]
Nakajima
Hijikata
Samurai
Hayashi
(12:47)[22]
Yamato
Kai
(13:00)[23]
X Nakajima
Hijikata
(13:06)[25]
Nakajima
Hijikata
(17:24)[21]
Nakajima
Hijikata
(12:34)[24]
Kushida
T28
Kushida
T28
(14:22)[23]
Kushida
T28
(12:03)[24]
Nakajima
Hijikata
(13:06)[25]
X Mazada
Nosawa
(16:42)[26]
Kondo
Silver
(12:19)[22]
Mazada
Nosawa
Mazada
Nosawa
(10:09)[24]
Yamato
Kai
(13:42)[25]
Nakajima
Hijikata
(17:24)[21]
Mazada
Nosawa
(16:42)[26]
X Draw
(30:00)[27]
Kondo
Silver
Samurai
Hayashi
(16:05)[25]
Kondo
Silver
(8:11)[26]
Nakajima
Hijikata
(12:34)[24]
Kondo
Silver
(12:19)[22]
Draw
(30:00)[27]
X
Final
   
1 Samurai and Hayashi Pin
2 Nakajima and Hijikata 24:20[25]

2009Edit

The 2009 Junior Tag League took place over eight shows between April 17 and 29.[28][29]

Final standings
Wrestlers Score
Kaz Hayashi and Shuji Kondo
(Team 246)
  6  
Minoru and Toshizo
(Voodoo Murders)
6
El Samurai and Masanobu Fuchi 5
Mazada and Nosawa Rongai
(Tokyo Gurentai)
5
Hiroshi Yamato and Kai
(F4)
4
Petey Williams and Phil Atlas 4
Results Samurai
Fuchi
Yamato
Kai
Hayashi
Kondo
Mazada
Nosawa
Minoru
Toshizo
Williams
Atlas
Samurai
Fuchi
X Yamato
Kai
(13:01)[30]
Draw
(30:00)[31]
Samurai
Fuchi
(6:22)[32]
Minoru
Toshizo
(13:48)[33]
Samurai
Fuchi
(9:25)[34]
Yamato
Kai
Yamato
Kai
(13:01)[30]
X Hayashi
Kondo
(13:35)[35]
Mazada
Nosawa
(14:52)[33]
Yamato
Kai
(20:00)[36]
Williams
Atlas
(8:52)[32]
Hayashi
Kondo
Draw
(30:00)[31]
Hayashi
Kondo
(13:35)[35]
X Mazada
Nosawa
(12:01)[37]
Draw
(30:00)[32]
Hayashi
Kondo
(14:42)[30]
Mazada
Nosawa
Samurai
Fuchi
(6:22)[32]
Mazada
Nosawa
(14:52)[33]
Mazada
Nosawa
(12:01)[37]
X Draw
(30:00)[35]
Williams
Atlas
(13:38)[36]
Minoru
Toshizo
Minoru
Toshizo
(13:48)[33]
Yamato
Kai
(20:00)[36]
Draw
(30:00)[32]
Draw
(30:00)[35]
X Minoru
Toshizo
(14:18)[37]
Williams
Atlas
Samurai
Fuchi
(9:25)[34]
Williams
Atlas
(8:52)[32]
Hayashi
Kondo
(14:42)[30]
Williams
Atlas
(13:38)[36]
Minoru
Toshizo
(14:18)[37]
X
Final
   
1 Hayashi and Kondo Pin
2 Minoru and Toshizo 18:45[32]

2010Edit

The 2010 Junior Tag League took place over seven shows between April 18 and May 2.[38][39]

Final standings
Wrestlers Score
Bushi and Super Crazy   5  
Hiroshi Yamato and Shuji Kondo 5
Kai and Kaz Hayashi 4
Hate and Minoru
(Voodoo Murders)
2
Mazada and Nosawa Rongai
(Tokyo Gurentai)
2
Results Bushi
Crazy
Hate
Minoru
Yamato
Kondo
Kai
Hayashi
Mazada
Nosawa
Bushi
Crazy
X Bushi
Crazy
(13:52)[40]
Draw
(30:00)[41]
Bushi
Crazy
(13:41)[42]
Mazada
Nosawa
(12:32)[43]
Hate
Minoru
Bushi
Crazy
(13:52)[40]
X Yamato
Kondo
(13:04)[42]
Kai
Hayashi
(12:45)[43]
Hate
Minoru
(11:52)[44]
Yamato
Kondo
Draw
(30:00)[41]
Yamato
Kondo
(13:04)[42]
X Kai
Hayashi
(17:43)[44]
Yamato
Kondo
(17:47)[45]
Kai
Hayashi
Bushi
Crazy
(13:41)[42]
Kai
Hayashi
(12:45)[43]
Kai
Hayashi
(17:43)[44]
X NC
(14:38)[40]
Mazada
Nosawa
Mazada
Nosawa
(12:32)[43]
Hate
Minoru
(11:52)[44]
Yamato
Kondo
(17:47)[45]
NC
(14:38)[40]
X
Final
   
1 Bushi and Crazy Pin
2 Yamato and Kondo 19:44[46]

2011Edit

The 2011 Junior Tag League took place over eight shows between April 17 and 30.[47][48]

Final standings
Wrestlers Score
Koji Kanemoto and Minoru   10  
Kai and Kaz Hayashi 9
Hiroshi Yamato and Shuji Kondo 7
Bushi and Super Crazy 6
Hikaru Sato and Kikutaro 4
Masanobu Fuchi and Tsuyoshi Kikuchi 4
Mazada and Super Hate
(Voodoo Murders)
2
Results Bushi
Crazy
Sato
Kikutaro
Yamato
Kondo
Kai
Hayashi
Kanemoto
Minoru
Fuchi
Kikuchi
Mazada
Hate
Bushi
Crazy
X Sato
Kikutaro
(14:18)[49]
Yamato
Kondo
(17:07)[50]
Kai
Hayashi
(17:57)[51]
Bushi
Crazy
(15:51)[52]
Bushi
Crazy
(11:48)[53]
Bushi
Crazy
(9:33)[54]
Sato
Kikutaro
Sato
Kikutaro
(14:18)[49]
X Yamato
Kondo
(12:01)[53]
Kai
Hayashi
(13:39)[50]
Kanemoto
Minoru
(15:17)[51]
Fuchi
Kikuchi
(13:49)[55]
Sato
Kikutaro
(11:48)[52]
Yamato
Kondo
Yamato
Kondo
(17:07)[50]
Yamato
Kondo
(12:01)[53]
X Draw
(30:00)[49]
Kanemoto
Minoru
(13:49)[55]
Yamato
Kondo
(9:28)[54]
Mazada
Hate
(11:37)[51]
Kai
Hayashi
Kai
Hayashi
(17:57)[51]
Kai
Hayashi
(13:39)[50]
Draw
(30:00)[49]
X Kanemoto
Minoru
(21:17)[54]
Kai
Hayashi
(15:10)[52]
Kai
Hayashi
(13:54)[55]
Kanemoto
Minoru
Bushi
Crazy
(15:51)[52]
Kanemoto
Minoru
(15:17)[51]
Kanemoto
Minoru
(13:49)[55]
Kanemoto
Minoru
(21:17)[54]
X Kanemoto
Minoru
(15:21)[50]
Kanemoto
Minoru
(12:37)[53]
Fuchi
Kikuchi
Bushi
Crazy
(11:48)[53]
Fuchi
Kikuchi
(13:49)[55]
Yamato
Kondo
(9:28)[54]
Kai
Hayashi
(15:10)[52]
Kanemoto
Minoru
(15:21)[50]
X Fuchi
Kikuchi
(12:54)[49]
Mazada
Hate
Bushi
Crazy
(9:33)[54]
Sato
Kikutaro
(11:48)[52]
Mazada
Hate
(11:37)[51]
Kai
Hayashi
(13:54)[55]
Kanemoto
Minoru
(12:37)[53]
Fuchi
Kikuchi
(12:54)[49]
X
Final
   
1 Kanemoto and Minoru Pin
2 Kai and Hayashi 30:45[56]

2012Edit

The 2012 Junior Tag League took place over six shows between April 1 and 14.[57][58] The winners of the tournament, Kaz Hayashi and Shuji Kondo, went on to unsuccessfully challenge Daisuke Sekimoto and Yuji Okabayashi for the All Asia Tag Team Championship on May 27.[59]

Final standings
Wrestlers Score
Bushi and Sushi   6  
Kaz Hayashi and Shuji Kondo
(Team 246)
6
Hikaru Sato and Hiroshi Yamato 5
Koji Kanemoto and Minoru Tanaka
(Junior Stars)
5
Gillette and Kai 4
Kenny Omega and Michael Nakazawa 4
Results Bushi
Sushi
Gillette
Kai
Sato
Yamato
Hayashi
Kondo
Omega
Nakazawa
Kanemoto
Tanaka
Bushi
Sushi
X Bushi
Sushi
(14:20)[60]
Bushi
Sushi
(13:22)[61]
Bushi
Sushi
(14:20)[62]
Omega
Nakazawa
(13:48)[63]
Kanemoto
Tanaka
(15:34)[64]
Gillette
Kai
Bushi
Sushi
(14:20)[60]
X Sato
Yamato
(15:42)[64]
Hayashi
Kondo
(14:52)[63]
Gillette
Kai
(11:50)[61]
Gillette
Kai
(17:54)[62]
Sato
Yamato
Bushi
Sushi
(13:22)[61]
Sato
Yamato
(15:42)[64]
X Sato
Yamato
(17:17)[60]
Omega
Nakazawa
(12:51)[62]
Draw
(30:00)[65]
Hayashi
Kondo
Bushi
Sushi
(14:20)[62]
Hayashi
Kondo
(14:52)[63]
Sato
Yamato
(17:17)[60]
X Hayashi
Kondo
(12:32)[65]
Hayashi
Kondo
(15:01)[61]
Omega
Nakazawa
Omega
Nakazawa
(13:48)[63]
Gillette
Kai
(11:50)[61]
Omega
Nakazawa
(12:51)[62]
Hayashi
Kondo
(12:32)[65]
X Kanemoto
Tanaka
(15:54)[60]
Kanemoto
Tanaka
Kanemoto
Tanaka
(15:34)[64]
Gillette
Kai
(17:54)[62]
Draw
(30:00)[65]
Hayashi
Kondo
(15:01)[61]
Kanemoto
Tanaka
(15:54)[60]
X
Final
   
1 Bushi and Sushi Pin
2 Hayashi and Kondo 16:10[61]

2013Edit

In 2013, All Japan Pro Wrestling renamed the Junior Tag League the "Junior Hyper Tag League", following in the footsteps of the singles Junior League, which had been renamed "Junior Hyper League" the previous summer. The tournament was held over six shows between March 30 and April 7, 2013.[66][67] The winners of the tournament, Atsushi Aoki and Kotaro Suzuki, went on to defeat Koji Kanemoto and Minoru Tanaka for the All Asia Tag Team Championship on April 25.[68]

Final standings
Wrestlers Score
Atsushi Aoki and Kotaro Suzuki
(Burning)
  7  
Hikaru Sato and Hiroshi Yamato
(Jounetsu Hentai Baka)
6
Koji Kanemoto and Minoru Tanaka
(Junior Stars)
5
Andy Wu and Sushi 4
Kaz Hayashi and Shuji Kondo
(Team 246)
4
Masanobu Fuchi and Yoshinobu Kanemaru 4
Results Wu
Sushi
Aoki
Suzuki
Sato
Yamato
Hayashi
Kondo
Kanemoto
Tanaka
Fuchi
Kanemaru
Wu
Sushi
X Aoki
Suzuki
(8:34)[69]
Wu
Sushi
(11:53)[70]
Hayashi
Kondo
(11:15)[71]
Kanemoto
Tanaka
(11:01)[72]
Wu
Sushi
(14:15)[73]
Aoki
Suzuki
Aoki
Suzuki
(8:34)[69]
X Sato
Yamato
(17:20)[72]
Aoki
Kondo
(9:41)[73]
Draw
(30:00)[70]
Aoki
Suzuki
(20:17)[74]
Sato
Yamato
Wu
Sushi
(11:53)[70]
Sato
Yamato
(17:20)[72]
X Sato
Yamato
(16:50)[74]
Sato
Yamato
(17:41)[73]
Fuchi
Kanemaru
(17:34)[69]
Hayashi
Kondo
Hayashi
Kondo
(11:15)[71]
Aoki
Kondo
(9:41)[73]
Sato
Yamato
(16:50)[74]
X Hayashi
Kondo
(20:25)[69]
Fuchi
Kanemaru
(18:53)[72]
Kanemoto
Tanaka
Kanemoto
Tanaka
(11:01)[72]
Draw
(30:00)[70]
Sato
Yamato
(17:41)[73]
Hayashi
Kondo
(20:25)[69]
X Kanemoto
Tanaka
(19:55)[71]
Fuchi
Kanemaru
Wu
Sushi
(14:15)[73]
Aoki
Suzuki
(20:17)[74]
Fuchi
Kanemaru
(17:34)[69]
Fuchi
Kanemaru
(18:53)[72]
Kanemoto
Tanaka
(19:55)[71]
X
Final
   
1 Aoki and Suzuki Pin
2 Sato and Yamato 23:15[73]

2014Edit

In 2014, All Japan Pro Wrestling again renamed the tournament the "Jr. Tag Battle of Glory", following in the footsteps of the singles Junior League, which had been renamed "Jr. Battle of Glory" the previous February. The tournament was held over eight shows between October 8 and 22, 2014. The winners of the tournament earned a spot in the 2014 World's Strongest Tag Determination League.[75]

Final standings
Wrestlers Score
Último Dragón and Yoshinobu Kanemaru   6  
Atsushi Aoki and Hikaru Sato
(Evolution)
5
Keisuke Ishii and Soma Takao
(Team Drift)
5
Ryuji Hijikata and Sushi 4
Kotaro Suzuki and Yohei Nakajima
(Xceed)
0
Results Aoki
Sato
Ishii
Takao
Suzuki
Nakajima
Hijikata
Sushi
Dragón
Kanemaru
Aoki
Sato
X Draw
(30:00)[76]
Aoki
Sato
(17:36)[77]
Aoki
Sato
(17:43)[78]
Dragón
Kanemaru
(12:04)[79]
Ishii
Takao
Draw
(30:00)[76]
X Ishii
Takao
(7:59)[79]
Ishii
Takao
(14:54)[80]
Dragón
Kanemaru
(17:04)[78]
Suzuki
Nakajima
Aoki
Sato
(17:36)[77]
Ishii
Takao
(7:59)[79]
X Hijikata
Sushi
(14:01)[76]
Dragón
Kanemaru
(17:24)[81]
Hijikata
Sushi
Aoki
Sato
(17:43)[78]
Ishii
Takao
(14:54)[80]
Hijikata
Sushi
(14:01)[76]
X Hijikata
Sushi
(14:06)[82]
Dragón
Kanemaru
Dragón
Kanemaru
(12:04)[79]
Dragón
Kanemaru
(17:04)[78]
Dragón
Kanemaru
(17:24)[81]
Hijikata
Sushi
(14:06)[82]
X
  Playoff Final
                           
 
  1 Dragón and Kanemaru Sub
    2 Aoki and Sato 22:07[83]
2 Aoki and Sato Sub
  2 Ishii and Takao 7:08[83]  

2015Edit

The 2015 Jr. Tag Battle of Glory took place over eight shows between October 12 and 23.[84] Último Dragón and Yoshinobu Kanemaru entered the tournament as the reigning All Asia Tag Team Champions, but relinquished the title after losing to Isami Kodaka and Yuko Miyamoto in their opening match.[85][86]

Final standings
Wrestlers Score
Atsushi Aoki and Hikaru Sato
(Hentai Jieitai)
  6  
Isami Kodaka and Yuko Miyamoto
(Yankii Nichokenju)
5
Último Dragón and Yoshinobu Kanemaru 4
Kotaro Suzuki and Yohei Nakajima
(Xceed)
3
Manjimaru and Takeshi Minamino
(Toneri Ikka)
2
Results Aoki
Sato
Kodaka
Miyamoto
Suzuki
Nakajima
Manjimaru
Minamino
Dragón
Kanemaru
Aoki
Sato
X Aoki
Sato
(21:52)[87]
Aoki
Sato
(14:33)[88]
Manjimaru
Minamino
(7:55)[89]
Aoki
Sato
(18:24)[90]
Kodaka
Miyamoto
Aoki
Sato
(21:52)[87]
X Draw
(30:00)[91]
Kodaka
Miyamoto
(14:10)[92]
Kodaka
Miyamoto
(23:36)[88]
Suzuki
Nakajima
Aoki
Sato
(14:33)[88]
Draw
(30:00)[91]
X Suzuki
Nakajima
(11:36)[87]
Dragón
Kanemaru
(18:11)[93]
Manjimaru
Minamino
Manjimaru
Minamino
(7:55)[89]
Kodaka
Miyamoto
(14:10)[92]
Suzuki
Nakajima
(11:36)[87]
X Dragón
Kanemaru
(14:53)[94]
Dragón
Kanemaru
Aoki
Sato
(18:24)[90]
Kodaka
Miyamoto
(23:36)[88]
Dragón
Kanemaru
(18:11)[93]
Dragón
Kanemaru
(14:53)[94]
X

2016Edit

The 2016 Jr. Tag Battle of Glory took place over five shows between November 12 and 17.[95]

Final standings
Wrestlers Score
Atsushi Aoki and Hikaru Sato
(Hentai Jieitai)
  5  
Soma Takao and Yuma Aoyagi 5
Black Tiger V and Takeshi Minamino 4
Daichi Kazato and Kazuhiro Tamura
(Axe Bombers)
4
Fuminori Abe and Koji Iwamoto 2
Results Aoki
Sato
Tiger
Minamino
Kazato
Tamura
Abe
Iwamoto
Takao
Aoyagi
Aoki
Sato
X Aoki
Sato
(3:11)[96]
Kazato
Tamura
(8:24)[97]
Aoki
Sato
(14:07)[98]
Draw
(20:00)[99]
Tiger
Minamino
Aoki
Sato
(3:11)[96]
X Kazato
Tamura
(7:14)[100]
Tiger
Minamino
(11:17)[97]
Tiger
Minamino
(10:46)[98]
Kazato
Tamura
Kazato
Tamura
(8:24)[97]
Kazato
Tamura
(7:14)[100]
X Abe
Iwamoto
(7:44)[99]
Takao
Aoyagi
(5:09)[96]
Abe
Iwamoto
Aoki
Sato
(14:07)[98]
Tiger
Minamino
(11:17)[97]
Abe
Iwamoto
(7:44)[99]
X Takao
Aoyagi
(8:19)[100]
Takao
Aoyagi
Draw
(20:00)[99]
Tiger
Minamino
(10:46)[98]
Takao
Aoyagi
(5:09)[96]
Takao
Aoyagi
(8:19)[100]
X
Playoff
Aoki and Sato Pin
Takao and Aoyagi 16:15[96]

2017Edit

The 2017 Jr. Tag Battle of Glory took place over five shows between November 3 and 9.[101]

Final standings
Wrestlers Score
Atsushi Maruyama and Masashi Takeda   6  
Black Spider VII and Black Tiger VII 4
Atsushi Aoki and Hikaru Sato 4
Keiichi Sato and Kotaro Suzuki 4
Koji Iwamoto and Yusuke Okada 2
Results Aoki
H.Sato
Maruyama
Takeda
Spider
Tiger
K.Sato
Suzuki
Iwamoto
Okada
Aoki
H.Sato
X Maruyama
Takeda
(14:45)[102]
Spider
Tiger
(9:53)[103]
Aoki
H.Sato
(11:12)[104]
Aoki
H.Sato
(11:15)[105]
Maruyama
Takeda
Maruyama
Takeda
(14:45)[102]
X Maruyama
Takeda
(7:13)[104]
K.Sato
Suzuki
(8:33)[105]
Maruyama
Takeda
(10:41)[106]
Spider
Tiger
Spider
Tiger
(9:53)[103]
Maruyama
Takeda
(7:13)[104]
X Spider
Tiger
(5:37)[106]
Iwamoto
Okada
(4:39)[102]
K.Sato
Suzuki
Aoki
H.Sato
(11:12)[104]
K.Sato
Suzuki
(8:33)[105]
Spider
Tiger
(5:37)[106]
X K.Sato
Suzuki
(15:52)[103]
Iwamoto
Okada
Aoki
H.Sato
(11:15)[105]
Maruyama
Takeda
(10:41)[106]
Iwamoto
Okada
(4:39)[102]
K.Sato
Suzuki
(15:52)[103]
X

2018Edit

The 2018 Junior Tag League took place over ten shows between August 3 and 25.

Final standings
Wrestlers Score
Koji Iwamoto and Tajiri   8  
Atsushi Aoki and Hikaru Sato 6
Masaaki Mochizuki and Shun Skywalker 6
Shuji Kondo and Kotaro Suzuki 6
Kaji Tomato and Shiori Asahi 6
Atsushi Maruyama and Masashi Takeda 6
Black Menso~re and Black Tiger VII 4
Results Iwamoto
Tajiri
Aoki
Sato
Mochizuki
Skywalker
Kondo
Suzuki
Tamato
Asahi
Maruyama
Takeda
Menso
Tiger
Iwamoto
Tajiri
X Iwamoto
Tajiri
(19:32)
Iwamoto
Tajiri
(8:19)
Kondo
Suzuki
(5:07)
Tamato
Asahi
(11:24)
Iwamoto
Tajiri
(8:57)
Iwamoto
Tajiri
(10:17)
Aoki
Sato
Iwamoto
Tajiri
(19:32)
X Mochizuki
Skywalker
(13:53)
Kondo
Suzuki
(17:55)
Aoki
Sato
(14:26)
Aoki
Sato
(15:30)
Menso
Tiger
(12:26)
Mochizuki
Skywalker
Iwamoto
Tajiri
(8:19)
Mochizuki
Skywalker
(13:53)
X Kondo
Suzuki
(15:25)
Tamato
Asahi
(8:12)
Mochizuki
Skywalker
(9:31)
Mochizuki
Skywalker
(8:58)
Kondo
Suzuki
Kondo
Suzuki
(5:07)
Kondo
Suzuki
(17:55)
Kondo
Suzuki
(15:25)
X Kondo
Suzuki
(15:30)
Maruyama
Takeda
(17:18)
Menso
Tiger
(6:06)
Tamato
Asahi
Tamato
Asahi
(11:24)
Aoki
Sato
(14:26)
Tamato
Asahi
(8:12)
Kondo
Suzuki
(15:30)
X Maruyama
Takeda
(8:05)
Tamato
Asahi
(9:28)
Maruyama
Takeda
Iwamoto
Tajiri
(8:57)
Aoki
Sato
(15:30)
Mochizuki
Skywalker
(9:31)
Kondo
Suzuki
(15:30)
Maruyama
Takeda
(8:05)
X Maruyama
Takeda
(9:19)
Menso
Tiger
Iwamoto
Tajiri
(10:17)
Menso
Tiger
(12:26)
Mochizuki
Skywalker
(8:58)
Menso
Tiger
(6:06)
Tamato
Asahi
(9:28)
Maruyama
Takeda
(9:19)
X
Final
   
1 Iwamoto and Tajiri Pin
2 Aoki and Sato 19:32

2019Edit

The 2019 Junior Tag League will take place over eight shows between July 17 and 28. Atsushi Aoki was announced to team with Hikaru Sato while Yusuke Okada was supposed to team with Akira Francesco[107] but Aoki was killed in a motorcycle accident on June 3 and Okada eventually requested to replace him as Sato's partner which was later granted while Hokuto Omori replaced Okada as Francesco's partner.[108]

Final standings
Wrestlers Score
Kagetora and Yosuke♥Santa Maria 7
Hikaru Sato and Yusuke Okada 6
Atsushi Maruyama and Black Menso~re 5
Banana Senga and Tsutomu Oosugi 5
Keiichi Sato and Koji Iwamoto 4
Akira Francesco and Hokuto Omori 3
Results Francesco
Omori
Iwamoto
Sato
Kagetora
Santa Maria
Maruyama
Menso
Sato
Okada
Senga
Oosugi
Francesco
Omori
X Iwamoto
Sato
(10:05)
Draw
(20:00)
Draw
(20:00)
Sato
Okada
(11:00)
Draw
(20:00)
Iwamoto
Sato
Iwamoto
Sato
(10:05)
X Kagetora
Santa Maria
(9:03)
Iwamoto
Sato
(9:06)
Sato
Okada
(17:43)
Senga
Oosugi
(9:54)
Kagetora
Santa Maria
Draw
(20:00)
Kagetora
Santa Maria
(9:03)
X Maruayama
Menso
(10:48)
Kagetora
Santa Maria
(14:18)
Kagetora
Santa Maria
(10:29)
Maruyama
Menso
Draw
(20:00)
Iwamoto
Sato
(9:06)
Maruayama
Menso
(10:48)
X Sato
Okada
(15:50)
Maruayama
Menso
(11:05)
Sato
Okada
Sato
Okada
(11:00)
Sato
Okada
(17:43)
Kagetora
Santa Maria
(14:18)
Sato
Okada
(15:50)
X Senga
Oosugi
(17:23)
Senga
Oosugi
Draw
(20:00)
Senga
Oosugi
(9:54)
Kagetora
Santa Maria
(10:29)
Maruayama
Menso
(11:05)
Senga
Oosugi
(17:23)
X
Final
   
1 Kagetora and Santa Maria 22:05
2 Sato and Okada Sub

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