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The (All) Asia Tag Team Championship ((オール・)アジア・タッグ王座, (ōru) ajia taggu ōza) is a professional wrestling tag team title in Japanese promotion All Japan Pro Wrestling (AJPW). It was created on November 16, 1955, in the Japan Wrestling Association (JWA) when King Kong Czaya and Tiger Joginder Singh defeated JWA founder Rikidōzan and Harold Sakata in a tournament final.[1] It was abandoned in 1973 when the JWA closed, but was later revived in 1976 by AJPW in response to New Japan Pro-Wrestling (NJPW) announcing the creation of its own version of the title.[2] It is currently one of two tag team titles in AJPW, along with the World Tag Team Championship. It is also the oldest active title in Japan.[1] There have been a total 108 official reigns, as the first 27 reigns from the JWA is also recognized by AJPW.

All Asia Tag Team Championship
Details
PromotionJapan Wrestling Association (1955-1973)
All Japan Pro Wrestling (1976-present)
Date establishedNovember 16, 1955
Current champion(s)Jake Lee and Koji Iwamoto
Date wonJune 18, 2019
Other name(s)
Asia Tag Team Championship

Title historyEdit

Key
No. Overall reign number
Reign Reign number for the specific champion
Days Number of days held
+ Current reign is changing daily
No. Champion Championship change Reign statistics Notes Ref.
Date Event Location Reign Days
1 King Kong Czaya and Tiger Joginder Singh November 16, 1955 live event Tokyo, Japan 1 [Note 1] Defeated Rikidōzan and Harold Sakata in a two out of three falls tournament final. [3]
Vacated N/A Vacated due to Czaya and Jokinder splitting up. [1]
2 Dan Miller and Frank Valois June 2, 1960 live event Osaka, Japan 1 5 Defeated Rikidōzan and Michiaki Yoshimura. [1]
3 Rikidōzan and Toyonobori June 7, 1960 live event Nagoya, Japan 1 606   [2]
4 Luther Lindsay and Ricky Waldo February 3, 1962 live event Tokyo, Japan 1 12   [2]
5 Rikidōzan and Toyonobori February 15, 1962 live event Tokyo, Japan 2 109   [2][4]
6 Buddy Austin and Mike Sharpe June 4, 1962 live event Osaka, Japan 1 27   [2]
7 Rikidōzan and Toyonobori July 1, 1962 live event Toyonaka, Japan 3 [Note 2]   [2][5]
Vacated January 1963 Vacated due to Toyonobori getting injured. [2]
8 Rikidōzan and Toyonobori May 6, 1963 live event Sapporo, Japan 4 223 Defeated Fred Atkins and Killer Kowalski. [2]
Vacated December 15, 1963 Vacated due to Rikidōzan dying of stab wounds [2]
9 Toyonobori (5) and Michiaki Yoshimura February 20, 1964 live event Nagoya, Japan 1 84 Defeated Prince Curtis Iaukea and Don Manoukian. [2]
10 Caripus Hurricane and Gene Kiniski May 14, 1964 live event Yokohama, Japan 1 15   [1]
11 Giant Baba and Toyonobori (6) May 29, 1964 live event Sapporo, Japan 1 370   [1]
12 The Destroyer and Billy Red Lyons June 3, 1965 live event Sapporo, Japan 1 42   [1]
13 Giant Baba (2) and Toyonobori (7) July 15, 1965 live event Shizuoka, Japan 2 174   [2]
Vacated January 5, 1966 Vacated due to Toyonobori taking a leave of absence. [2]
14 Joe Carrolo and Killer Karl Kox May 26, 1966 live event Sendai, Japan 1 2 Defeated Giant Baba and Michiaki Yoshimura. [1][6]
15 Hiro Matsuda and Michiaki Yoshimura (2) May 28, 1966 live event Sapporo, Japan 1 30   [1][7]
16 Eddie Graham and Killer Karl Kox (2) June 27, 1966 live event Nagoya, Japan 1 4   [1]
17 Giant Baba (3) and Michiaki Yoshimura (3) July 1, 1966 live event Hiroshima, Japan 1 0   [1][5]
Vacated July 1, 1966 Baba won the NWA International Tag Team Championship. [2]
18 Kintaro Ohki and Michiaki Yoshimura (4) December 3, 1966 live event Tokyo, Japan 1 Defeated Eddie Morea and Tarzan Zorro. [1]
Vacated April 1967 Ohki was injured in a car accident. [2]
19 Antonio Inoki and Michiaki Yoshimura (5) May 26, 1967 live event Sapporo, Japan 1 158 Defeated Ike Eakins and Waldo Von Erich. [2][6]
Vacated October 31, 1967 Inoki won the NWA International Tag Team title. [2]
20 Kintaro Ohki and Michiaki Yoshimura (6) January 6, 1968 live event Osaka, Japan 2 184 Defeated Bill Miller and Rick Hunter. [2]
21 Klondike Bill and Skull Murphy July 8, 1968 live event Tokyo, Japan 1 22   [2]
22 Kintaro Ohki and Michiaki Yoshimura (7) July 30, 1968 live event Sapporo, Japan 3 175   [1]
Vacated January 21, 1969 Vacated due to Yoshimura making an excursion to the United States. [2]
23 Antonio Inoki (2) and Kintaro Ohki (4) February 3, 1969 live event Sapporo, Japan 1 150 Defeated Tom Jones and Buster Royd. [2]
Vacated July 3, 1969 Vacated so Ohki could focus on defending the All Asia Heavyweight Championship. [2]
24 Antonio Inoki (3) and Michiaki Yoshimura (8) August 9, 1969 live event Nagoya, Japan 2 62 Defeated Crusher Lisowski and Al Mahilik. [1]
Vacated October 10, 1969 Yamagata, Japan Held up after a controversial match against Mr. Atomic and Buddy Austin. [2]
25 Antonio Inoki (4) and Michiaki Yoshimura (9) October 30, 1969 live event Gifu, Japan 3 [Note 3] Defeated Mr. Atomic and Buddy Austin in a rematch. [2][8]
Vacated December 1971 Inoki left the JWA [2]
26 Seiji Sakaguchi and Michiaki Yoshimura (10) December 12, 1971 live event Tokyo, Japan 1 415 Defeated Dory Funk, Jr. and Dick Murdoch. [1]
Vacated January 30, 1973 Yoshimura retired [2]
27 The Great Kojika and Gentetsu Matsuoka March 3, 1973 live event Osaka, Japan 1 48 Defeated Killer Karl Krupp and Kurt Von Steiger. [2]
Deactivated April 20, 1973 The JWA Closed [2]
28 The Great Kojika (2) and Motoshi Okuma March 26, 1976 live event Seoul, South Korea 1 190 Defeated two Korean representatives to revive the title in AJPW. [2]
29 Jerry and Ted Oates October 2, 1976 live event Tokyo, Japan 1 19   [1]
30 Samson Kutsuwada and Akihisa Takachiho October 21, 1976 live event Fukushima, Japan 1 238   [1]
31 The Great Kojika (3) and Motoshi Okuma June 16, 1977 live event Tokyo, Japan 2 143   [1]
32 Animal Hamaguchi and Mighty Inoue November 6, 1977 live event Tokyo, Japan 1 108   [1]
33 The Great Kojika (4) and Motoshi Okuma February 22, 1978 live event Gifu, Japan 3 [Note 4]   [1]
Vacated August 1978 Kojika and Okuma did not defend the title for 6 months. [1]
34 The Great Kojika (5) and Motoshi Okuma May 31, 1979 live event Noshiro, Japan 4 723 Defeated Butch Miller and Sweet Williams. [2]
35 The Von Erichs
(David and Kevin Von Erich)
May 23, 1981 live event Tokyo, Japan 1 19   [1]
36 Takashi Ishikawa and Akio Sato June 11, 1981 live event Tokyo, Japan 1 [Note 5]   [1]
Vacated January 1983 Sato was injured [2]
37 Ashura Hara and Mighty Inoue (2) February 23, 1983 live event Takaishi, Japan 1 368 Defeated The Great Kojika and Motoshi Okuma. [1]
Vacated February 26, 1984 Vacated so Inoue could focus on the NWA International Junior Heavyweight Championship. [2]
38 Ashura Hara (2) and Takashi Ishikawa (2) February 16, 1984 live event Nagasaki, Japan 1 249 Defeated Thomas Ivey and Jerry Morrow. [2]
Vacated October 22, 1984 Vacated for undocumented reasons [2]
39 Takashi Ishikawa (3) and Akio Sato (2) April 15, 1985 live event Nagasaki, Japan 2 94 Defeated Animal Hamaguchi and Masanobu Kurisu. [1]
40 Animal Hamaguchi (2) and Isamu Teranishi July 18, 1985 live event Tokyo, Japan 1 [Note 6]   [1]
41 Norio Honaga and Isamu Teranishi (2) July 1985 live event N/A 1 [Note 7]  
42 Mighty Inoue (3) and Takashi Ishikawa (4) October 31, 1985 live event Tsuruoka, Japan 1 364   [1]
43 Ashura Hara (3) and Super Strong Machine October 30, 1986 live event Aomori, Japan 1 [Note 8]   [1]
Vacated March 1987 Super Strong Machine left AJPW. [2][8]
44 Mighty Inoue (4) and Takashi Ishikawa (5) July 30, 1987 live event Tokyo, Japan 2 223 Defeated Masanobu Kurisu and Isamu Teranishi in a tournament final. [2]
45 Samson Fuyuki and Toshiaki Kawada
(Footloose)
March 9, 1988 live event Yokohama, Japan 1 184   [1]
46 Shinichi Nakano and Shunji Takano September 9, 1988 live event Chiba, Japan 1 6   [1]
47 Samson Fuyuki and Toshiaki Kawada
(Footloose)
September 15, 1988 live event Tokyo, Japan 2 263   [1]
48 Doug Furnas and Dan Kroffat June 5, 1989 live event Tokyo, Japan 1 137   [1]
49 Samson Fuyuki and Toshiaki Kawada
(Footloose)
October 20, 1989 live event Nagoya, Japan 3 133   [1]
50 Doug Furnas and Dan Kroffat March 2, 1990 live event Nagoya, Japan 2 38   [1]
51 Kenta Kobashi and Tiger Mask II April 9, 1990 live event Okayama, Japan 1 38 On May 14, 1990, Tiger Mask II removed his mask and became known by his real name, Mitsuharu Misawa. [2]
Vacated May 17, 1990 Vacated so Misawa could focus on his singles career. [2]
52 Shinichi Nagano (2) and Akira Taue June 5, 1990 live event Chiba, Japan 1 14 Defeated Davey Boy Smith and Johnny Smith. [1]
Vacated June 19, 1990 Nakano left AJPW to join SWS. [2]
53 Johnny Ace and Kenta Kobashi (2) September 7, 1990 live event Fukui, Japan 1 [Note 9] Defeated Bobby Fulton and Tommy Rogers. [1]
Vacated February 1991 Johnny Ace was injured [2]
54 The Dynamite Kid and Johnny Smith
(The British Bruisers)
April 6, 1991 live event Osaka, Japan 1 14 Defeated Tsuyoshi Kikuchi and Kenta Kobashi. [1]
55 Doug Furnas and Dan Kroffat April 20, 1991 live event Tokyo, Japan 3 79   [1]
56 Johnny Ace (2) and Kenta Kobashi (3) July 8, 1991 live event Osaka, Japan 2 10   [1]
57 Billy Black and Joel Deaton July 18, 1991 live event Tokyo, Japan 1 8   [1]
58 Doug Furnas and Dan Kroffat July 26, 1991 live event Matsudo, Japan 4 304   [1]
59 Tsuyoshi Kikuchi and Kenta Kobashi (4) May 25, 1992 live event Sendai, Japan 1 373   [1][9]
60 The Eagle and The Patriot June 2, 1993 live event Koyama, Japan 1 99   [2][10]
61 Doug Furnas and Dan Kroffat September 9, 1993 live event Saitama, Japan 5 452   [1]
Vacated December 5, 1994 Vacated so Furnas and Kroffat could focus on the World Tag Team Championship. [2]
62 Jun Akiyama and Takao Omori January 29, 1995 live event Tokyo, Japan 1 1,076 Defeated Bobby Fulton and Tommy Rogers in a tournament final. [1]
63 Wolf Hawkfield and Johnny Smith (2) January 9, 1998 live event Kagoshima, Japan 1 270   [1]
64 Tamon Honda and Jun Izumida October 6, 1998 live event Niigata, Japan 1 130   [1]
65 Hayabusa and Jinsei Shinzaki February 13, 1999 live event Tokyo, Japan 1 111 Won the title at Fan Appreciation Day. [11]
66 Takao Omori (2) and Yoshihiro Takayama
(NO FEAR)
June 4, 1999 Summer Action Series II tour Sapporo, Japan 1 82 Also held World Tag Team title. [12]
67 Mitsuharu Misawa (2) and Yoshinari Ogawa August 25, 1999 Summer Action Series II tour Hiroshima, Japan 1 0 This match was also for Omori and Takayama's World Tag Team title. [13]
Vacated August 25, 1999 Hiroshima, Japan Vacated so other wrestlers could hold the title. [2]
68 Tamon Honda (2) and Masao Inoue October 25, 1999 October Giant Series tour. Nagaoka, Japan 1 235 Defeated Maunakea Mossman and Johnny Smith in a tournament final [14]
Vacated June 16, 2000 Vacated due to Honda, Inoue and several others leaving AJPW to form Pro Wrestling Noah [2][15]
69 Masahito Kakihara and Mitsuya Nagai June 8, 2001 Super Power Series tour. Tokyo, Japan 1 [Note 10] Defeated Shinya Makabe and Yuji Nagata [16]
Vacated August 2001 Kakihara suffered a knee injury [2]
70 Arashi and Koki Kitahara September 8, 2001 Summer Action Series II Tokyo, Japan 1 128 Defeated Shigeo Okumura and Nobutaka Araya [17]
Vacated January 14, 2002 Yokohama, Japan Vacated after losing a non-title match to Yoji Anjo and Genichiro Tenryu. [1][2]
71 Arashi (2) and Nobutaka Araya April 13, 2002 Grand Champion Carnival Tokyo, Japan 1 433 Defeated Mitsuya Nagai and Shigeo Okumura [18]
Vacated June 20, 2003 Vacated due to Arashi winning the World Tag Team title on June 8, 2003. [2][1]
72 Kohei Sato and Hirotaka Yokoi July 19, 2003 Summer Action Series tour. Tokyo, Japan 1 83 Defeated Tomoaki Honma and Kazushi Miyamoto in a tournament final [19]
73 Kintaro Kanemura and Tetsuhiro Kuroda October 10, 2003 live event Tokyo, Japan 1 65 Won the title on Pro Wrestling ZERO-ONE's Evolution tour. [20]
Vacated December 14, 2003 Vacated due to Kanemura suffering from an illness. [2]
74 Mr. Gannosuke and Tetsuhiro Kuroda (2) December 25, 2003 ZERO-ONE's Rebel Z tour. Tokyo, Japan 1 8 Defeated Jun Kasai and Tengu Kaiser [21]
75 The Great Kosuke and Shiryu January 2, 2004 New Year Giant Series tour. Tokyo, Japan 1 141   [22]
76 Masanobu Fuchi and Genichiro Tenryu May 22, 2004 Rise Up tour Tokyo, Japan 1 165   [23]
77 Mitsuya Nagai (2) and Masayuki Naruse November 3, 2004 Chrono Stream ~ Masahiro Chono 20th Anniversary Tokyo, Japan 1 91   [24]
78 Buchanan and Rico February 2, 2005 Excite Series tour Tokyo, Japan 1 114   [25]
Vacated May 27, 2005 Vacated due to Rico retiring. [1]
79 Shuji Kondo and "brother" Yasshi June 19, 2005 Crossover tour. Tokyo, Japan 1 37 Defeated Tomoaki Honma and Katsuhiko Nakajima in a tournament final [26]
80 Katsuhiko Nakajima and Kensuke Sasaki July 26, 2005 Summer Action Series tour Tokyo, Japan 1 460   [27]
Vacated October 29, 2006 Vacated due to Sasaki getting injured. [2]
81 Minoru Suzuki and Nosawa Rongai January 3, 2009 New Year Shining Series tour Tokyo, Japan 1 263 Defeated Osamu Nishimura and Masanobu Fuchi in tournament finals.
82 Akebono and Ryota Hama
(S.M.O.P.)
September 23, 2009 Flashing tour Tokyo, Japan 1 218  
83 TARU and Big Daddy Voodoo
(Voodoo Murders)
April 29, 2010 2010 GROWIN’UP tour. Tokyo, Japan 1 122  
84 Manabu Soya and Seiya Sanada August 29, 2010 live event Tokyo, Japan 1 204  
85 Daisuke Sekimoto and Yuji Okabayashi March 21, 2011 live event Tokyo, Japan 1 90  
86 Manabu Soya and Seiya Sanada June 19, 2011 live event Tokyo, Japan 2 126  
87 Daisuke Sekimoto and Yuji Okabayashi October 23, 2011 live event Tokyo, Japan 2 252  
88 S.M.O.P.
(Akebono and Ryota Hama)
July 1, 2012 live event Tokyo, Japan 2 65  
Vacated September 4, 2012 Vacated due to Akebono being sidelined with pneumonia. [1]
89 Junior Stars
(Koji Kanemoto and Minoru Tanaka)
October 21, 2012 live event Aichi, Japan 1 97 Defeated Kazushi Miyamoto and Tomoaki Honma in a tournament final
90 Hikaru Sato and Hiroshi Yamato January 26, 2013 live event Tokyo, Japan 1 15  
91 Junior Stars
(Koji Kanemoto and Minoru Tanaka)
February 10, 2013 live event Fukuoka, Japan 2 74  
92 Atsushi Aoki and Kotaro Suzuki April 25, 2013 live event Nagoya, Japan 1 276  
93 Jun Akiyama (2) and Yoshinobu Kanemaru January 26, 2014 live event Kobe, Japan 1 93  
94 Team Dream Futures
(Keisuke Ishii and Shigehiro Irie)
April 29, 2014 Dramatic Dream Team show Tokyo, Japan 1 109  
95 Xceed
(Kotaro Suzuki (2) and Kento Miyahara)
August 16, 2014 live event Tokyo, Japan 1 140  
96 Mitsuya Nagai (3) and Takeshi Minamino January 3, 2015 live event Tokyo, Japan 1 78  
97 Último Dragón and Yoshinobu Kanemaru (2) March 22, 2015 live event Fukuoka, Japan 1 206  
Vacated October 14, 2015 2015 Jr. Tag Battle of Glory Dragón and Kanemaru voluntarily vacated the title due to losing to Isami Kodaka and Yuko Miyamoto [1]
98 Yankee Two Kenju
(Isami Kodaka and Yuko Miyamoto)
November 15, 2015 live event Tokyo, Japan 1 252 Defeated Kotaro Suzuki and Yohei Nakajima.
99 Atsushi Aoki (2) and Hikaru Sato (2) July 24, 2016 Big Japan Pro Wrestling's Ryōgokutan Tokyo, Japan 1 126  
100 Atsushi Onita and Masanobu Fuchi (2) November 27, 2016 live event Tokyo, Japan 1 205  
101 Evolution
(Atsushi Aoki (3) and Hikaru Sato (3))
June 20, 2017 live event Obihiro, Japan 2 68  
102 Black Tiger VII (2) and Taka Michinoku August 27, 2017 2017 Summer Exlosion Tokyo, Japan 1 34 Black Tiger VII previously held the title under the name Nosawa Rongai.
103 NEXTREAM
(Naoya Nomura and Yuma Aoyagi)
September 30, 2017 2017 Hataage Kinen Series Maebashi, Japan 1 119  
Vacated January 27, 2018 Vacated due to Aoyagi being sidelined with a ankle injury.
104 Jun Akiyama (3) and Yuji Nagata February 3, 2018 2018 Yokohama Twilight Blues Yokohama, Japan 1 176 Defeated Naoya Nomura and Ryoji Sai.
105 NEXTREAM
(Naoya Nomura and Yuma Aoyagi)
July 29, 2018 2018 Summer Action Series Osaka, Japan 2 210
Vacated February 25, 2019 Vacated due to Nomura and Aoyagi splitting up.
106 Sweeper
(Jake Lee and Koji Iwamoto)
March 21, 2019 2019 Dream Power Series Nagoya, Japan 1 45 Won the titles in a tournament defeating Daichi Hashimoto and Hideyoshi Kamitani in the finals
107 Ryuichi Kawakami and Kazumi Kikuta May 5, 2019 BJW Endless Survival 2019 Yokohama, Japan 1 44
108 Sweeper
(Jake Lee and Koji Iwamoto)
June 18, 2019 2019 Dynamite Series Tokyo, Japan 2 91+

List of combined reignsEdit

As of September 17, 2019.

Indicates the current champion

By teamEdit

Rank Team No. of
reigns
Combined
days
1 Rikidōzan and Toyonobori 4 1,123
2 Jun Akiyama and Takao Omori 1 1,076
3 The Great Kojika and Motoshi Okuma 3 1,056
4 Doug Furnas and Dan Kroffat 5 1,009
5 Antonio Inoki and Michiaki Yoshimura 3 982
6 Takashi Ishikawa and Akio Sato 2 663
7 Mighty Inoue and Takashi Ishikawa 2 587
8 Footloose
(Samson Fuyuki and Toshiaki Kawada)
3 580
9 Giant Baba and Toyonobori 2 544
10 Kintaro Ohki and Michiaki Yoshimura 3 478
11 Katsuhiko Nakajima and Kensuke Sasaki 1 460
12 Arashi and Nobutaka Araya 1 433
13 Seiji Sakaguchi and Michiaki Yoshimura 1 415
14 Tsuyoshi Kikuchi and Kenta Kobashi 1 373
15 Ashura Hara and Mighty Inoue 1 343
16 Daisuke Sekimoto and Yuji Okabayashi 2 342
17 Manabu Soya and Seiya Sanada 2 330
18 NEXTREAM
(Naoya Nomura and Yuma Aoyagi)
2 329
19 S.M.O.P
(Akebono and Ryota Hama)
2 283
20 Atsushi Aoki and Kotaro Suzuki 1 276
21 Wolf Hawkfield and Johnny Smith 1 270
22 Minoru Suzuki and Nosawa Rongai 1 263
23 Yankee Two Kenju
(Isami Kodaka and Yuko Miyamoto)
1 252
24 Ashura Hara and Takashi Ishikawa 1 249
25 Samson Kutsuwada and Akihisa Takachiho 1 238
26 Johnny Ace and Kenta Kobashi 2 221
27 Último Dragón and Yoshinobu Kanemaru 1 206
28 Atsushi Onita and Masanobu Fuchi 1 205
29 Evolution
(Atsushi Aoki and Hikaru Sato)
2 194
30 Jun Akiyama and Yuji Nagata 1 176
31 Junior Stars
(Koji Kanemoto and Minoru Tanaka)
2 171
32 Masanobu Fuchi and Genichiro Tenryu 1 165
33 Antonio Inoki and Kintaro Ohki 1 150
34 The Great Kosuke and Shiryu 1 141
35 Xceed
(Kotaro Suzuki (2) and Kento Miyahara)
1 140
36 Tamon Honda and Jun Izumida 1 130
37 Sweeper
(Jake Lee and Koji Iwamoto)
2 136+
38 Arashi and Koki Kitahara 1 128
39 Giant Baba and Michiaki Yoshimura 1 127
40 Taru and Big Daddy Voodoo 1 122
41 Buchanan and Rico 1 114
42 Hayabusa and Jinsei Shinzaki 1 111
43 Team Dream Futures
(Keisuke Ishii and Shigehiro Irie)
1 109
44 Animal Hamaguchi and Mighty Inoue 1 108
45 The Eagle and The Patriot 1 99
46 Jun Akiyama and Yoshinobu Kanemaru 1 93
47 Mitsuya Nagai and Masayuki Naruse 1 91
48 Toyonobori and Michiaki Yoshimura 1 84
49 Kohei Sato and Hirotaka Yokoi 1 83
50 No Fear
(Takao Omori and Yoshihiro Takayama)
1 82
51 Mitsuya Nagai and Takeshi Minamino 1 78
52 Kintaro Kanemura and Tetsuhiro Kuroda 1 65
53 Masahito Kakihara and Mitsuya Nagai 1 54
54 The Great Kojika and Gentetsu Matsuoka 1 48
55 Ryuichi Kawakami and Kazumi Kikuta 1 44
56 The Destroyer and Billy Red Lyons 1 42
57 Kenta Kobashi and Tiger Mask 1 38
58 Shuji Kondo and "brother" Yasshi 1 37
59 Black Tiger VII and Taka Michinoku 1 34
60 Hiro Matsuda and Michiaki Yoshimura 1 30
61 Buddy Austin and Mike Sharpe 1 27
62 Shinichi Nakano and Akira Taue 1 26
63 Klondike Bill and Skull Murphy 1 22
64 Jerry Oates and Ted Oates 1 19
65 The Von Erichs
(David Von Erich and Kerry Von Erich)
1 19
66 Caripus Hurricane and Gene Kiniski 1 15
Hikaru Sato and Hiroshi Yamato 1 15
68 The British Bruisers
(Dynamite Kid and Johnny Smith)
1 14
69 Luther Lindsay and Ricky Waldo 1 12
70 Billy Black and Joel Deaton 1 8
Mr. Gannosuke and Tetsuhiro Kuroda 1 8
72 Shinichi Nakano and Shunji Takano 1 6
73 Dan Miller and Frank Valois 1 5
74 Eddie Graham and Killer Karl Kox 1 4
76 Joe Carrolo and Killer Karl Kox 1 2
77 Mitsuharu Misawa and Yoshinari Ogawa 1 <1

By wrestlerEdit

Rank Wrestler No. of
reigns
Combined
days
1 Michiaki Yoshimura 10 2,116
2 Toyonobori 7 1,751
3 Takashi Ishikawa 5 1,499
4 Jun Akiyama 2 1,345
5 Takao Omori 2 1,158
6 Antonio Inoki 4 1,132
7 Rikidōzan 4 1,123
8 The Great Kojika 4 1,104
9 Motoshi Okuma 3 1,056
10 Mighty Inoue 4 1,038
11 Doug Furnas 5 1,009
Dan Kroffat 5 1,009
12 Giant Baba 3 671
13 Akio Sato 2 663
14 Kenta Kobashi 4 632
15 Kintaro Ohki 4 628
16 Ashura Hara 2 592
17 Samson Fuyuki 3 580
Toshiaki Kawada 3 580
18 Arashi 2 561
19 Atsushi Aoki 3 470
20 Katsuhiko Nakajima 1 460
Kensuke Sasaki 1 460
21 Nobutaka Araya 1 433
22 Kotaro Suzuki 2 416
23 Seiji Sakaguchi 1 415
24 Tsuyoshi Kikuchi 1 373
25 Masanobu Fuchi 2 370
26 Yuji Okabayashi 2 342
Daisuke Sekimoto 2 342
27 Seiya Sanada 2 330
Manabu Soya 2 330
28 Naoya Nomura 2 329
Yuma Aoyagi 2 329
29 Yoshinobu Kanemaru 2 299
30 Nosawa Rongai/Black Tiger VII 2 297
31 Johnny Smith 2 284
32 Akebono 2 283
Ryota Hama 2 283
33 Wolf Hawkfield 1 270
34 Minoru Suzuki 1 263
35 Isami Kodaka 1 252
Yuko Miyamoto 1 252
36 Samson Kutsuwada 1 238
Akihisa Takachiho 1 238
37 Mitsuya Nagai 3 223
38 Johnny Ace 2 221
39 Hikaru Sato 3 209
40 Último Dragón 1 206
41 Atsushi Onita 1 205
42 Yuji Nagata 1 176
43 Koji Kanemoto 2 171
Minoru Tanaka 2 171
44 Genichiro Tenryu 1 165
45 The Great Kosuke 1 141
Shiryu 1 141
46 Kento Miyahara 1 140
47 Tamon Honda 1 130
Jun Izumida 1 130
48 Koki Kitahara 1 128
49 Big Daddy Voodoo 1 122
Taru 1 122
51 Jake Lee 2 136+
Koji Iwamoto 2 136+
53 Buchanan 1 114
Rico 1 114
55 Hayabusa 1 111
Jinsei Shinzaki 1 111
57 Shigehiro Irie 1 109
Keisuke Ishii 1 109
59 Animal Hamaguchi 1 108
60 Takeshi Minamino 1 78
61 Ryuichi Kawakami 1 44
Kazumi Kikuta 1 44
63 Taka Michinoku 1 34

FootnotesEdit

  1. ^ The length of the championship reign is too uncertain to calculate.
  2. ^ The date the championship was either won or lost is uncertain, which means that the reign lasted between 184 and 214 days.
  3. ^ The date the championship was either won or lost is uncertain, which means that the reign lasted between 762 and 792 days.
  4. ^ The date the championship was either won or lost is uncertain, which means that the reign lasted between 160 and 189 days.
  5. ^ The date the championship was either won or lost is uncertain, which means that the reign lasted between 204 and 234 days.
  6. ^ The date the championship was either won or lost is uncertain, which means that the reign lasted between 1 and 13 days.
  7. ^ The date the championship was either won or lost is uncertain, which means that the reign lasted between 92 and 104 days.
  8. ^ The date the championship was either won or lost is uncertain, which means that the reign lasted between 122 and 152 days.
  9. ^ The date the championship was either won or lost is uncertain, which means that the reign lasted between 147 and 174 days.
  10. ^ The date the championship was either won or lost is uncertain, which means that the reign lasted between 54 and 83 days.

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

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